Canadian Community Health Survey, 2010: Annual component file (CCHS)

Series title: Canadian Community Health Survey

Documentation:

File type: Microdata | File size: 104,132 KB | Number of variables: 1,325 | Number of cases: 62,909

Access restrictions: DLI

Survey Date(s): 2010

Topics: Health

Smallest level of geographic coverage: Province

Geographic Coverage: Canada


Bibliographic citation

Statistics Canada. Canadian Community Health Survey, 2010: Annual component file. [machine readable data file]. Ottawa, ON: Statistics Canada [producer(s)], Statistics Canada, Data Liberation Initiative [distributor(s)]. 2011-07-22. Retrieved from Equinox (equinox2.uwo.ca) on 9/10/14.


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The following information pertains to the variables you requested:


Variable name(s): VERDATE

Variable label: Date of file creation

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 1 to 8, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 20,110,722, Maximum: 20,110,722

Variable group: Administrative information

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code       Frequency  Content
20110722 62909 20110722


Variable name(s): GEOGPRV

Variable label: Province of residence of respondent - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 9 to 10, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 10, Maximum: 60

Variable group: Geography

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
10 1870 NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
11 973 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
12 2342 NOVA SCOTIA
13 2429 NEW BRUNSWICK
24 11271 QUEBEC
35 21526 ONTARIO
46 3456 MANITOBA
47 3649 SASKATCHEWAN
48 6009 ALBERTA
59 7751 BRITISH COLUMBIA
60 1633 YUKON, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES OR NUNAVUT


Variable name(s): GEODPMF

Variable label: Health Region - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 11 to 15, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 10,911, Maximum: 60,901

Variable group: Geography

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
10911 781 EASTERN REGIONAL INTEGRATED HA
10912 414 CENTRAL REGIONAL INTEGRATED HA
10913 675 WESTERN/LABRADOR-GRENFELL REGIONAL HA
11901 973 PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
12901 372 NOVA SCOTIA ZONE 1 (DHA 1 AND 2)
12902 314 NOVA SCOTIA ZONE 2 (DHA 3)
12903 343 NOVA SCOTIA ZONE 3 (DHA 4 AND 5)
12904 326 NOVA SCOTIA ZONE 4 (DHA 6 AND 7)
12905 359 NOVA SCOTIA ZONE 5 (DHA 8)
12906 628 NOVA SCOTIA ZONE 6 (DHA 9)
13901 443 NEW BRUNSWICK ZONE 1
13902 485 NEW BRUNSWICK ZONE 2
13903 479 NEW BRUNSWICK ZONE 3
13904 487 NEW BRUNSWICK ZONES 4 AND 5
13906 535 NEW BRUNSWICK ZONES 6 AND 7
24901 526 RÉGION DU BAS-SAINT-LAURENT
24902 595 RÉGION DU SAGUENAY - LAC-SAINT-JEAN
24903 990 RÉGION DE LA CAPITALE-NATIONALE
24904 741 RÉGION DE LA MAURICIE-CENTRE-DU-QUÉBEC
24905 602 RÉGION DE L'ESTRIE
24906 1418 RÉGION DE MONTRÉAL
24907 667 RÉGION DE L'OUTAOUAIS
24908 527 RÉGION DE L'ABITIBI-TÉMISCAMINGUE
24909 549 RÉGION DE LA CÔTE-NORD
24911 562 RÉGION DE LA GASPÉSIE-ÎLES-DE-LA-MADELEINE
24912 714 RÉGION DE LA CHAUDIÈRE-APPALACHES
24913 661 RÉGION DE LAVAL
24914 673 RÉGION DE LANAUDIÈRE
24915 749 RÉGION DES LAURENTIDES
24916 1297 RÉGION DE LA MONTÉRÉGIE
35926 422 DISTRICT OF ALGOMA HEALTH UNIT
35927 395 BRANT COUNTY HEALTH UNIT
35930 802 DURHAM REGIONAL HEALTH UNIT
35931 364 ELGIN-ST THOMAS HEALTH UNIT
35933 500 GREY BRUCE HEALTH UNIT
35934 393 HALDIMAND-NORFOLK HEALTH UNIT
35935 421 HALIBURTON-KAWARTHA-PINE RIDGE DHU
35936 674 HALTON REGIONAL HEALTH UNIT
35937 773 CITY OF HAMILTON HEALTH UNIT
35938 456 HASTINGS AND PRINCE EDWARD COUNTIES HU
35939 595 HURON AND PERTH HEALTH UNITS
35940 380 CHATHAM-KENT HEALTH UNIT
35941 485 KINGSTON-FRONTENAC-LENNOX-ADDINGTON HU
35942 417 LAMBTON HEALTH UNIT
35943 498 LEEDS-GRENVILLE-LANARK DHU
35944 748 MIDDLESEX-LONDON HEALTH UNIT
35946 762 NIAGARA REGIONAL AREA HEALTH UNIT
35947 603 NORTH BAY AND TIMISKAMING HEALTH UNITS
35949 453 NORTHWESTERN HEALTH UNIT
35951 1011 CITY OF OTTAWA HEALTH UNIT
35952 370 OXFORD COUNTY HEALTH UNIT
35953 1202 PEEL REGIONAL HEALTH UNIT
35955 397 PETERBOROUGH COUNTY-CITY HEALTH UNIT
35956 372 PORCUPINE HEALTH UNIT
35957 378 RENFREW COUNTY AND DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT
35958 508 EASTERN ONTARIO HEALTH UNIT
35960 1102 SIMCOE MUSKOKA DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT
35961 523 SUDBURY AND DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT
35962 707 THUNDER BAY DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT
35965 787 WATERLOO HEALTH UNIT
35966 543 WELLINGTON-DUFFERIN-GUELPH HU
35968 673 WINDSOR-ESSEX COUNTY HEALTH UNIT
35970 895 YORK REGIONAL HEALTH UNIT
35995 1917 CITY OF TORONTO HEALTH UNIT
46910 991 WINNIPEG
46915 603 BRANDON AND ASSINIBOINE
46920 519 NORTH AND SOUTH EASTMAN
46931 548 INTERLAKE/PARKLAND
46940 373 CENTRAL
46970 422 NOR-MAN/BURNTWOOD/CHURCHILL
47901 871 SUN COUNTRY/FIVE HILLS/CYPRESS
47904 591 REGINA QU'APPELLE
47905 527 SUNRISE/KELSEY TRAIL
47906 607 SASKATOON
47907 523 HEARTLAND/PRAIRIE NORTH
47909 530 PRINCE ALBERT/MAMAWETAN/KEEWATIN/ATHABASKA
48931 878 SOUTH ZONE
48932 1410 CALGARY ZONE
48933 1069 CENTRAL ZONE
48934 1324 EDMONTON ZONE
48935 1328 NORTH ZONE
59911 312 EAST KOOTENAY
59912 266 KOOTENAY-BOUNDARY
59913 605 OKANAGAN
59914 443 THOMPSON/CARIBOO
59921 499 FRASER EAST
59922 784 FRASER NORTH
59923 752 FRASER SOUTH
59931 373 RICHMOND
59932 781 VANCOUVER
59933 457 NORTH SHORE/COAST GARIBALDI
59941 681 SOUTH VANCOUVER ISLAND
59942 505 CENTRAL VANCOUVER ISLAND
59943 281 NORTH VANCOUVER ISLAND
59951 307 NORTHWEST
59952 430 NORTHERN INTERIOR
59953 275 NORTHEAST
60901 1633 YUKON/NORTHWEST TERRITORIES/NUNAVUT


Variable name(s): GEODBCHA

Variable label: British Columbia Health Authority (BCHA) - (D)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 16 to 19, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 5,910, Maximum: 5,950

Variable group: Geography

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
5910 1626 INTERIOR
5920 2035 FRASER
5930 1611 VANCOUVER
5940 1467 VANCOUVER ISLAND
5950 1012 NORTHEN
9996 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADM_PRX

Variable label: Health Component completed by proxy

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 20 to 20, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Administrative information

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1222 YES
2 61687 NO


Variable name(s): ADM_N09

Variable label: Interview by telephone or in person

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 21 to 21, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Administrative information

Question text: Was this interview conducted on the telephone or in person?

Universe for variable: Respondents with SAM_TYP = 1 (area frame) and (DHH_AGE > 15 or PMKProxy = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6721 ON TELEPHONE
2 22563 IN PERSON
3 836 BOTH
6 32460 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 329 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADM_N10

Variable label: Alone during interview

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 22 to 22, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Administrative information

Question text: Was the respondent alone when you asked this health questionnaire?

Universe for variable: DHH_AGE > 15 or PMKProxy = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 53523 YES
2 7601 NO
7 146 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1632 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADM_N11

Variable label: Answers affected by presence of another person

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 23 to 23, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Administrative information

Question text: Do you think that the answers of the respondent were affected by someone else being there?

Universe for variable: Respondents with ADM_N10 = (2, 7 or 8) and (DHH_AGE > 15 or PMKProxy = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 781 YES
2 6696 NO
6 53523 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 124 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1785 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADM_RNO

Variable label: Sequential record number

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 24 to 29, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 62,909

Variable group: Administrative information

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:


Variable name(s): DHHGAGE

Variable label: Age - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 30 to 31, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 16

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Question text: What is your age?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2696 12 TO 14 YEARS
2 2751 15 TO 17 YEARS
3 1783 18 TO 19 YEARS
4 3581 20 TO 24 YEARS
5 4310 25 TO 29 YEARS
6 3895 30 TO 34 YEARS
7 4125 35 TO 39 YEARS
8 4139 40 TO 44 YEARS
9 3932 45 TO 49 YEARS
10 4915 50 TO 54 YEARS
11 5482 55 TO 59 YEARS
12 5529 60 TO 64 YEARS
13 4623 65 TO 69 YEARS
14 3682 70 TO 74 YEARS
15 3308 75 TO 79 YEARS
16 4158 80 YEARS OR MORE


Variable name(s): DHH_SEX

Variable label: Sex

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 32 to 32, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Question text: Enter the respondent's sex. If necessary, ask: Is respondent male or female?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 28546 MALE
2 34363 FEMALE


Variable name(s): DHHGMS

Variable label: Marital Status - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 33 to 33, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Question text: What is your marital status? Are you married, living common-law, widowed, separated, divorced, or single, never married?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 26329 MARRIED
2 5249 COMMON-LAW
3 12527 WIDOWED, SEPARATED OR DIVORCED
4 18678 SINGLE, NEVER MARRIED
9 126 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DHHGLE5

Variable label: Number of persons 5 years old or less in household - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 34 to 34, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 55960 NONE
1 6949 1 OR MORE


Variable name(s): DHHG611

Variable label: Number of persons 6 to 11 years old in household - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 35 to 35, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 55392 NONE
1 7517 1 OR MORE


Variable name(s): DHHGL12

Variable label: Number of persons less than 12 years old in household - (D,G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 36 to 36, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 51075 NONE
1 11834 1 OR MORE


Variable name(s): DHHGLVG

Variable label: Living arrangement of selected respondent - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 37 to 38, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 8

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 17230 UNATTACHED INDIVIDUAL LIVING ALONE
2 1968 UNATTACHED INDIVIDUAL LIVING WITH OTHERS
3 19771 LIVING WITH SPOUSE/PARTNER
4 9444 PARENT LIVING WITH SPOUSE OR PARTNER AND CHILDREN
5 1910 SINGLE PARENT LIVING WITH CHILDREN
6 2533 CHILD LIVING WITH ONE PARENT WITH OR WITHOUT SIBLINGS
7 7246 CHILD LIVING WITH TWO PARENTS WITH OR WITHOUT SIBLINGS
8 2489 OTHER
99 318 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DHHGHSZ

Variable label: Household size - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 39 to 39, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Socio-demographic characteristics

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 17237 1 PERSON
2 23797 2 PERSONS
3 8744 3 PERSONS
4 8625 4 PERSONS
5 4492 5 OR MORE PERSONS
9 14 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_01

Variable label: Self-perceived health

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 40 to 40, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: General Health

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: In general, would you say your health is: excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12035 EXCELLENT
2 23139 VERY GOOD
3 18693 GOOD
4 6669 FAIR
5 2291 POOR
7 70 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 12 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_02

Variable label: Self-perceived health compared to one year ago

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 41 to 41, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: General Health

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: Compared to one year ago, how would you say your health is now? Is it much better now than 1 year ago, somewhat better now than 1 year ago, about the same as 1 year ago, somewhat worse now, or much worse now than 1 year ago?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4539 MUCH BETTER NOW THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 7747 SOMEWHAT BETTER NOW THAN 1 YEAR AGO
3 42804 ABOUT THE SAME AS 1 YEAR AGO
4 6557 SOMEWHAT WORSE NOW THAN 1 YEAR AGO
5 1173 MUCH WORSE NOW THAN 1 YEAR AGO
7 81 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_02A2

Variable label: Satisfaction with life in general

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 42 to 43, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 10

Variable group: General Health

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: Using a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 means "very dissatisfied" and 10 means "Very satisfied", how do you feel about life as a whole right now?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 331 VERY DISSATISFIED
1 91 ...
2 247 ...
3 405 ...
4 749 ...
5 3589 ...
6 3102 ...
7 9180 ...
8 19707 ...
9 11671 ...
10 12015 VERY SATISFIED
97 533 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 67 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 1222 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_02B

Variable label: Self-perceived mental health

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 44 to 44, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: General Health

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: In general, would you say your mental health is excellent, very good, good, fair, or poor?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 21349 EXCELLENT
2 22644 VERY GOOD
3 13808 GOOD
4 3066 FAIR
5 687 POOR
7 103 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 29 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1223 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_07

Variable label: Perceived life stress

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 45 to 45, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: General Health

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: Thinking about the amount of stress in your life, would you say that most days are not at all stressful, not very stressful, a bit stressful, quite a bit stressful, or extremely stressful?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8975 NOT AT ALL STRESSFUL
2 16195 NOT VERY STRESSFUL
3 25010 A BIT STRESSFUL
4 10574 QUITE A BIT STRESSFUL
5 1916 EXTREMELY STRESSFUL
7 218 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 21 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_08

Variable label: Worked at a job or business in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 46 to 46, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: General Health

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: Have you worked at a job or business at any time in the past 12 months?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 to 75

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 36970 YES
2 15089 NO
6 10162 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 6 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 13 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 669 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_09

Variable label: Self perceived work stress

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 47 to 47, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: General Health

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: The next question is about your main job or business in the past 12 months. Would you say that most days were not at all stressful, not very stressful, a bit stressful, quite a bit stressful, or extremely stressful?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered GEN_08 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3848 NOT AT ALL STRESSFUL
2 7412 NOT VERY STRESSFUL
3 15156 A BIT STRESSFUL
4 8289 QUITE A BIT STRESSFUL
5 1779 EXTREMELY STRESSFUL
6 25251 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 87 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1078 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GEN_10

Variable label: Sense of belonging to local community

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 48 to 48, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: General Health

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: This survey deals with various aspects of YOUR health. I'll be asking about such things as physical activity, social relationships and health status. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

Question text: How would you describe your sense of belonging to your local community? Would you say it is very strong, somewhat strong, somewhat weak, or very weak?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12529 VERY STRONG
2 29530 SOMEWHAT STRONG
3 14032 SOMEWHAT WEAK
4 4820 VERY WEAK
7 752 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 23 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1223 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GENDHDI

Variable label: Derived variable: Perceived health

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 49 to 49, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4

Variable group: General Health

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 2291 POOR
1 6669 FAIR
2 18693 GOOD
3 23139 VERY GOOD
4 12035 EXCELLENT
9 82 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GENDMHI

Variable label: Derived variable: Perceived mental health

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 50 to 50, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4

Variable group: General Health

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 687 POOR
1 3066 FAIR
2 13808 GOOD
3 22644 VERY GOOD
4 21349 EXCELLENT
9 1355 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): GENGSWL

Variable label: Satisfaction with life in general - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 51 to 51, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: General Health

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 23686 VERY SATISFIED
2 31989 SATISFIED
3 3589 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 1401 DISSATISFIED
5 422 VERY DISSATISFIED
9 1822 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOORG

Variable label: Voluntary organization - Participate - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 52 to 52, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Voluntary Organizations - Participation

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7751 YES
2 53525 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): ORG_1

Variable label: Member of a voluntary organization

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 53 to 53, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Voluntary Organizations - Participation

Question text: Are you a member of any voluntary organizations or associations such as school groups, church social groups, community centres, ethnic associations or social, civic or fraternal clubs?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOORG = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2910 YES
2 4643 NO
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 195 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ORG_2

Variable label: Frequency participates in activities

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 54 to 54, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Voluntary Organizations - Participation

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question text: How often did you participate in meetings or activities of these groups in the past 12 months? If you belong to many, just think of the iones in which you are most active: at least once a week, at least once a month, or not at all?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ORG_1 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1604 AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK
2 844 AT LEAST ONCE A MONTH
3 295 AT LEAST 3 TO 4 TIMES A YEAR
4 92 AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR
5 69 NOT AT ALL
6 59801 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 6 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 198 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOCIH

Variable label: Changes made to improve health module - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 55 to 55, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11066 YES
2 50210 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_1

Variable label: Did something to improve health

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 56 to 56, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: In the past 12 months, did you do anything to improve your health? (For example, lost weight, quit smoking, increased exercise)

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6257 YES
2 4509 NO
6 51843 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 18 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 279 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_2

Variable label: Most important change made to improve health

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 57 to 58, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is the single most important change you have made?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_1 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3342 INCREASED EXERCISE, SPORTS
2 673 LOST WEIGHT
3 890 CHANGED DIET/IMPROVE EATING HABITS
4 331 QUIT SMOKING / REDUCED AMOUNT SMOKED
5 75 DRANK LESS ALCOHOL
6 105 REDUCE STRESS LEVEL
7 477 RECEIVED MEDICAL TREATMENT
8 93 TOOK VITAMINS
9 257 OTHER
96 56352 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 300 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_3

Variable label: Should do something to improve health

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 59 to 59, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: Do you think there is anything (else) you should do to improve your physical health?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7026 YES
2 3684 NO
6 51843 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 55 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 300 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_4

Variable label: Most important thing should do to improve health

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 60 to 61, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is the most important thing?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_3 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3573 INCREASED EXERCISE, SPORTS
2 727 LOST WEIGHT
3 1247 CHANGED DIET / IMPROVE EATING HABITS
4 790 QUIT SMOKING / REDUCED AMOUNT SMOKED
5 61 DRANK LESS ALCOHOL
6 191 REDUCE STRESS LEVEL
7 135 RECEIVED MEDICAL TREATMENT
8 24 TOOK VITAMINS
9 257 OTHER
96 55527 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 356 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_5

Variable label: Barrier to improving health

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 62 to 62, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: Is there anything stopping you from making this improvement?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_3 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3330 YES
2 3675 NO
6 55527 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 356 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6A

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: lack of will power

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 63 to 63, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: lack of will power/self-discipline?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1104 YES
2 2221 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6I

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 64 to 64, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: family responsabilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 422 YES
2 2903 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6B

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: work schedule

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 65 to 65, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: work schedule?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 729 YES
2 2596 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6J

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: addiction to drugs or alcohol

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 66 to 66, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: addiction to drugs or alcohol?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 29 YES
2 3296 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6K

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: physical condition

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 67 to 67, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: physical condition?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 305 YES
2 3020 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6G

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: disability or health problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 68 to 68, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: disability or health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 279 YES
2 3046 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6F

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: too stressed

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 69 to 69, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: too stressed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 162 YES
2 3163 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6E

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: too costly

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 70 to 70, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: too costly or financial constraints?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 220 YES
2 3105 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6L

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: not available in the area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 71 to 71, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: not available in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 44 YES
2 3281 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6M

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 72 to 72, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19 YES
2 3306 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6N

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: weather problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 73 to 73, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: weather problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 66 YES
2 3259 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_6H

Variable label: Barrier to improving health: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 74 to 74, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_5 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 480 YES
2 2845 NO
6 59202 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 377 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_7

Variable label: Intends to improve health over the next year

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 75 to 75, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: Is there anything you intend to do to improve your physical health in the next year?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_3 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5252 YES
2 1692 NO
6 55527 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 80 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 356 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8A

Variable label: Health improvement: more exercise

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 76 to 76, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: start/increase exercise, sports/physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3609 YES
2 1634 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8B

Variable label: Health improvement: lose weight

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 77 to 77, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: lose weight?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 624 YES
2 4619 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8C

Variable label: Health improvement: improve eating habits

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 78 to 78, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: change diet or improve eating habits?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1000 YES
2 4243 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8J

Variable label: Health improvement: quit smoking

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 79 to 79, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: quit smoking or reduce amount smoked?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 499 YES
2 4744 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8K

Variable label: Health improvement: drink less alcohol

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 80 to 80, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: drink less alcohol?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 65 YES
2 5178 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8G

Variable label: Health improvement: reduce stress level

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 81 to 81, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: reduce stress level?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 249 YES
2 4994 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8L

Variable label: Health improvement: receive medical treatment

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 82 to 82, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: receive medical treatment?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 205 YES
2 5038 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8H

Variable label: Health improvement: take vitamins

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 83 to 83, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: take vitamins?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 90 YES
2 5153 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CIH_8I

Variable label: Health improvement: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 84 to 84, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Changes made to improve health

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Next, some questions about changes made to improve health.

Question text: What is that: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CIH_7 = (1, 7 or 8) or CIH_3 = (7 or 8) or CIH_1 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 290 YES
2 4953 NO
6 57219 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 438 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOHCS

Variable label: Health care system satisfaction module - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 85 to 85, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care system satisfaction

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 23396 YES
2 37880 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCS_1

Variable label: Rating of availability of health care in province

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 86 to 86, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Health care system satisfaction

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now, a few questions about health care services in your province.

Question text: Overall, how would you rate the availability of health care services in [province]?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOHCS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3354 EXCELLENT
2 10652 GOOD
3 5372 FAIR
4 2210 POOR
6 40510 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 356 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 445 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCS_2

Variable label: Rating of quality of health care in province

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 87 to 87, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Health care system satisfaction

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now, a few questions about health care services in your province.

Question text: Overall, how would you rate the quality of the health care services that are available in [province]: excellent, good, fair, or poor?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOHCS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3962 EXCELLENT
2 11845 GOOD
3 4362 FAIR
4 1237 POOR
6 40510 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 175 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 811 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCS_3

Variable label: Rating of availability of health care in community

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 88 to 88, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Health care system satisfaction

Question preamble: Now, a few questions about health care services in your province.

Question text: Overall, how would you rate the availability of health care services in your community?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOHCS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3483 EXCELLENT
2 9927 GOOD
3 5055 FAIR
4 2828 POOR
6 40510 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 287 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 811 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCS_4

Variable label: Rating of quality of health care in community

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 89 to 89, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Health care system satisfaction

Question preamble: Now, a few questions about health care services in your province.

Question text: Overall, how would you rate the quality of the health care services that are available in your community?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOHCS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3930 EXCELLENT
2 11562 GOOD
3 4069 FAIR
4 1575 POOR
6 40510 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 439 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 13 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 811 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HWT_4

Variable label: Opinion of own weight: self-reported

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 90 to 90, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Height and weight - Self-reported

Question text: Do you consider yourself overweight, underweight, or just about right?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 24344 OVERWEIGHT
2 2415 UNDERWEIGHT
3 32668 JUST ABOUT RIGHT
6 549 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 105 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 13 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 2815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HWTGHTM

Variable label: Height (metres) self-reported - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 91 to 95, Decimals: 3

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1.270, Maximum: 1.956

Variable group: Height and weight - Self-reported

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
1.270 4 1.257 TO 1.282 METRES
1.295 4 1.283 TO 1.307 METRES
1.321 12 1.308 TO 1.333 METRES
1.346 11 1.334 TO 1.358 METRES
1.372 14 1.359 TO 1.383 METRES
1.397 49 1.384 TO 1.409 METRES
1.422 51 1.410 TO 1.434 METRES
1.448 135 1.435 TO 1.460 METRES
1.473 373 1.461 TO 1.485 METRES
1.499 804 1.486 TO 1.510 METRES
1.524 2163 1.511 TO 1.536 METRES
1.549 2515 1.537 TO 1.561 METRES
1.575 4821 1.562 TO 1.587 METRES
1.600 4761 1.588 TO 1.612 METRES
1.626 5643 1.613 TO 1.637 METRES
1.651 4678 1.638 TO 1.663 METRES
1.676 5372 1.664 TO 1.688 METRES
1.702 5259 1.689 TO 1.714 METRES
1.727 4992 1.715 TO 1.739 METRES
1.753 3978 1.740 TO 1.764 METRES
1.778 4447 1.765 TO 1.790 METRES
1.803 3684 1.791 TO 1.815 METRES
1.829 2877 1.816 TO 1.841 METRES
1.854 1617 1.842 TO 1.866 METRES
1.880 1176 1.867 TO 1.891 METRES
1.905 558 1.892 TO 1.917 METRES
1.930 420 1.918 TO 1.942 METRES
1.956 125 1.943 TO 1.968 METRES
9.996 549 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9.999 1817 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HWTGWTK

Variable label: Weight (kilograms) self-reported - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 96 to 101, Decimals: 2

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 30.60, Maximum: 135.00, Mean: 74.3322, Standard deviation: 17.39971

Variable group: Height and weight - Self-reported

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code     Frequency  Content
999.99 3402 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HWTGBMI

Variable label: Body Mass Index (BMI) self-reported - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 102 to 107, Decimals: 2

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 11.91, Maximum: 54.96, Mean: 26.0251, Standard deviation: 5.32287

Variable group: Height and weight - Self-reported

Universe for variable: All respondents excluding pregnant women (MAME_037 = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code     Frequency  Content
999.99 3759 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HWTGISW

Variable label: BMI classification (18 +) self-reported - International standard - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 108 to 108, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Height and weight - Self-reported

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 18 and over excluding pregnant women (MAM_037 = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1175 UNDERWEIGHT
2 23155 NORMAL WEIGHT
3 18850 OVERWEIGHT
4 11081 OBESE
6 5447 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 3201 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HWTDCOL

Variable label: BMI classification (12 to 17) self-reported - Cole system - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 109 to 109, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Height and weight - Self-reported

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 12 to 17 excluding pregnant women (MAM_037 = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3698 NEITHER OVERWEIGHT NOR OBESE
2 824 OVERWEIGHT
3 251 OBESE
6 57462 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 674 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_031

Variable label: Has asthma

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 110 to 110, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have asthma?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5512 YES
2 57340 NO
7 44 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 13 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_035

Variable label: Asthma: had symptoms or attacks

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 111 to 111, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Have you had any asthma symptoms or asthma attacks in the past 12 months?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_031 = (1, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2915 YES
2 2585 NO
6 57340 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 57 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_036

Variable label: Asthma: took medication

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 112 to 112, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you taken any medicine for asthma such as inhalers, nebulizers, pills, liquids or injections?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_031 = (1, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4248 YES
2 1261 NO
6 57340 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 57 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_041

Variable label: Has fibromyalgia

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 113 to 113, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have fibromyalgia?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1198 YES
2 61581 NO
7 116 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_051

Variable label: Has arthritis

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 114 to 114, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have arthritis, excluding fibromyalgia?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 14 and over.

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13367 YES
2 46694 NO
6 1745 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 139 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 964 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_061

Variable label: Has back problems, excluding fibromyalgia and arthritis

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 115 to 115, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have back problems, excluding fibromyalgia and arthritis?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13126 YES
2 49710 NO
7 57 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_071

Variable label: Has high blood pressure

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 116 to 116, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have high blood pressure?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 14119 YES
2 48615 NO
7 160 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_072

Variable label: Ever diagnosed with high blood pressure

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 117 to 117, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Have you ever been diagnosed with high blood pressure?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_071 = (2, 7, 8) or CCC_031 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3244 YES
2 45447 NO
6 14119 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 84 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 15 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_073

Variable label: Took medication for high blood pressure in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 118 to 118, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: In the past month, have you taken any medicine for high blood pressure?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_072 = (1, 7, 8) or CCC_071 = (1, 8) or CCC_031 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13740 YES
2 3596 NO
6 45447 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 24 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 99 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_073A

Variable label: Pregnant when first diagnosed with high blood pressure

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 119 to 119, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Were you pregnant when you were first diagnosed with high blood pressure?

Universe for variable: Females aged 16 and over who answered (CCC_071 = (1 or 8) or (CCC_072 = (1, 7 or 8) and CCC_073 = (1, 7 or 8)) or CCC_031 = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 479 YES
2 7943 NO
6 54325 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 102 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 55 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_073B

Variable label: Other than during pregnancy diagnosed with high blood pressure

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 120 to 120, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Other than during pregnancy, has a health professional ever told you that you have high blood pressure?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_073A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 418 YES
2 62 NO
6 62267 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 162 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_081

Variable label: Has migraine headaches

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 121 to 121, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Remember, we are interested in conditions diagnosed by a health professional. Do you have migraine headaches?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6122 YES
2 56728 NO
7 44 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_091

Variable label: Has chronic bronchitis, emphysema or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 122 to 122, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have chronic bronchitis, emphysema or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 35 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2510 YES
2 41281 NO
6 19016 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 86 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_101

Variable label: Has diabetes

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 123 to 123, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Remember, we are interested in conditions diagnosed by a health professional. Do you have diabetes?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5103 YES
2 57757 NO
7 33 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCCG102

Variable label: Diabetes - age first diagnosed - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 124 to 125, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 15

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Instructions to interviewer: Maximum is [current age].

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: How old were you when this was first diagnosed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 98 0 TO 11 YEARS
2 67 12 TO 17 YEARS
3 112 18 TO 24 YEARS
4 105 25 TO 29 YEARS
5 186 30 TO 34 YEARS
6 212 35 TO 39 YEARS
7 393 40 TO 44 YEARS
8 470 45 TO 49 YEARS
9 730 50 TO 54 YEARS
10 708 55 TO 59 YEARS
11 669 60 TO 64 YEARS
12 509 65 TO 69 YEARS
13 390 70 TO 74 YEARS
14 250 75 TO 79 YEARS
15 130 80 YEARS OR MORE
96 57757 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 123 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_10A

Variable label: Pregnant when first diagnosed with diabetes

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 126 to 126, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Were you pregnant when you were first diagnosed with diabetes?

Universe for variable: Females aged 15 and over who answered (15 <= CCC_102 <= 49) or CCC_102 = (997, 998) or CCC_101 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 122 YES
2 645 NO
6 62102 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 10 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_10B

Variable label: Other than during pregnancy diagnosed with diabetes

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 127 to 127, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Other than during pregnancy, has a health professional ever told you that you have diabetes?

Universe for variable: Females aged 15 and over who answered CCC_10A = (1, 7, 8) or CCC_102 = (997, 998) or CCC_101 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 97 YES
2 24 NO
6 62747 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 40 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_10C

Variable label: Once diagnosed with diabetes, how soon started insulin

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 128 to 129, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: When you were first diagnosed with diabetes, how long was it before you were started on insulin?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7, 8) excluding females aged 15 and over who answered CCC_10B = 2

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 387 LESS THAN 1 MONTH
2 25 1 MONTHS TO LESS THAN 2 MONTHS
3 49 2 MONTHS TO LESS THAN 6 MONTHS
4 49 6 MONTHs TO LESS THAN 1 YEAR
5 735 AT LEAST 1 YEAR
6 3797 NEVER
96 57781 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 36 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
99 50 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_105

Variable label: Diabetes: currently takes insulin

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 130 to 130, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you currently take insulin for your diabetes?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7, 8) excluding females aged 15 and over who answered CCC_10B = 2

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1146 YES
2 3928 NO
6 57781 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 50 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_106

Variable label: Diabetes: takes pills to control blood sugar

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 131 to 131, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: In the past month, did you take pills to control your blood sugar?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7, 8) excluding females aged 15 and over who answered CCC_10B = 2

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3751 YES
2 1320 NO
6 57781 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 50 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_121

Variable label: Has a heart disease

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 132 to 132, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have heart disease?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4408 YES
2 58347 NO
7 140 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_131

Variable label: Has cancer

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 133 to 133, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have cancer?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1587 YES
2 61233 NO
7 74 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_31A

Variable label: Ever had cancer

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 134 to 134, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Have you ever been diagnosed with cancer?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_131 = (2, 7, 8) or CCC_031 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3845 YES
2 57420 NO
6 1587 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 41 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 15 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_141

Variable label: Has stomach or intestinal ulcers

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 135 to 135, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Remember, we are interested in conditions diagnosed by a health professional. Do you have intestinal or stomach ulcers?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2003 YES
2 60765 NO
7 124 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_151

Variable label: Suffers from the effects of a stroke

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 136 to 136, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you suffer from the effects of a stroke?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 993 YES
2 61842 NO
7 59 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_161

Variable label: Has urinary incontinence

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 137 to 137, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you suffer from urinary incontinence?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2976 YES
2 49051 NO
6 10811 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 54 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_171

Variable label: Has bowel disorder, Crohn

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 138 to 138, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you suffer from a bowel disorder such as Crohn's Disease, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome or bowel incontinence?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3302 YES
2 59495 NO
7 94 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_17A

Variable label: Type of bowel disease

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 139 to 139, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: What kind of bowel disease do you have?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCC_171 = (1, 7, 8) or CCC_031 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 262 CROHN'S DISEASE
2 346 ULCERATIVE COLITIS
3 1803 IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME
4 145 BOWEL INCONTINENCE
5 687 OTHER
6 59495 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 57 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 112 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_251

Variable label: Has chronic fatigue syndrome

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 140 to 140, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have chronic fatigue syndrome?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1076 YES
2 61702 NO
7 114 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_261

Variable label: Suffers from multiple chemical sensitivities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 141 to 141, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you suffer from multiple chemical sensitivities?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2085 YES
2 60638 NO
7 170 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_280

Variable label: Has a mood disorder

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 142 to 142, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Remember, we are interested in conditions diagnosed by a health professional. Do you have a mood disorder such as depression, bipolar disorder, mania or dysthymia?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4715 YES
2 58101 NO
7 71 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCC_290

Variable label: Has an anxiety disorder

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 143 to 143, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about certain chronic health conditions which you may have. We are interested in "long-term conditions" which are expected to last or have already lasted 6 months or more and that have been diagnosed by a health professional.

Question text: Do you have an anxiety disorder such as a phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder or a panic disorder?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3639 YES
2 59162 NO
7 83 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 12 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 13 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCCDDIA

Variable label: Diabetes type

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 144 to 144, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Chronic conditions

Question text: Diabetes type

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 145 TYPE 1 DIABETES
2 4754 TYPE 2 DIABETES
3 9 GESTIONAL DIABETES
4 80 NOT CLASSIFIED
6 57711 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 210 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DODIA

Variable label: Diabetes care - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 145 to 145, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Diabetes care

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2843 YES
2 58433 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_01

Variable label: Tested for "A-one-C" haemoglobin

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 146 to 146, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: It was reported earlier that you have diabetes. The following questions are about diabetes care.

Question text: In the past 12 months, has a health care professional tested you for haemoglobin "A-one-C"? (An "A-one- C" haemoglobin test measures the average level of blood sugar over a 3-month period)

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODIA = 1 who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCC_031 = 8, excluding females aged 15 and over who answered (15 <= CCC_102 <= 49) and CCC_10A = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 227 YES
2 46 NO
6 62627 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_02

Variable label: Number of times tested for ''A-one-C''

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 147 to 149, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 36, Mean: 3.48, Standard deviation: 3.489

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: It was reported earlier that you have diabetes. The following questions are about diabetes care.

Question text: How many times? (In the past 12 months, has a health care professional tested you for haemoglobin "A-one-C"?)

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 30 Tested once
2 62 Tested 2 times
3 35 Tested 3 times
4 80 Tested 4 times
5 2 Tested 5 times
6 4 Tested 6 times
8 1 Tested 8 times
11 2 Tested 11 times
12 3 Tested 12 times
14 1 Tested 14 times
23 1 Tested 23 times
24 1 Tested 24 times
36 1 Tested 36 times
996 62673 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 9 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_03

Variable label: Feet checked by health professional

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 150 to 150, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: It was reported earlier that you have diabetes. The following questions are about diabetes care.

Question text: In the past 12 months, has a health care professional checked your feet for any sores or irritations?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODIA = 1 who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCC_031 = 8, excluding females aged 15 and over who answered (15 <= CCC_102 <= 49) and CCC_10A = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 139 YES
2 141 NO
6 62627 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_04

Variable label: Number of times had feet checked by a health professional

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 151 to 153, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 4.74, Standard deviation: 11.529

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: It was reported earlier that you have diabetes. The following questions are about diabetes care.

Question text: How many times? (In the past 12 months, has a health care professional checked your feet for any sores or irritations?)

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_03 = (1, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 44 Feet checked 1 times
2 33 Feet checked 2 times
3 10 Feet checked 3 times
4 27 Feet checked 4 times
6 7 Feet checked 6 times
8 2 Feet checked 8 times
9 1 Feet checked 9 times
10 2 Feet checked 10 times
11 1 Feet checked 11 times
12 5 Feet checked 12 times
14 1 Feet checked 14 times
17 1 Feet checked 17 times
24 1 Feet checked 24 times
90 1 Feet checked 90 times
99 1 Feet checked 99 times
996 62768 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_05

Variable label: Urine tested for protein by health professional

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 154 to 154, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: It was reported earlier that you have diabetes. The following questions are about diabetes care.

Question text: In the past 12 months, has a health care professional tested your urine for protein (i.e., Microalbumin)?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODIA = 1 who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCC_031 = 8, excluding females aged 15 and over who answered (15 <= CCC_102 <= 49) and CCC_10A = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 188 YES
2 67 NO
6 62627 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 24 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_06

Variable label: Ever had an eye exam with pupils dilated

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 155 to 155, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: It was reported earlier that you have diabetes. The following questions are about diabetes care.

Question text: Have you ever had an eye exam where the pupils of your eyes were dilated? (This procedure would have made you temporarily sensitive to light)

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODIA = 1 who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCC_031 = 8, excluding females aged 15 and over who answered (15 <= CCC_102 <= 49) and CCC_10A = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 195 YES
2 80 NO
6 62627 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_07

Variable label: Last eye exam with pupils dilated

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 156 to 156, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Diabetes care

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: It was reported earlier that you have diabetes. The following questions are about diabetes care.

Question text: When was the last time: less than one month ago, 1 month to less than 1 year ago, 1 year to less than 2 years ago, or 2 or more years ago?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_06 = (1, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 28 LESS THAN 1 MONTH AGO
2 104 ONE MONTH TO LESS THAN ONE YEAR AGO
3 40 ONE YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
4 23 2 OR MORE YEARS AGO
6 62707 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 7 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_08

Variable label: Checks glucose level/self - reporting unit

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 157 to 157, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Diabetes care

Instructions to interviewer: Select the reporting period here and enter the number in the next screen.

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: How often do you usually have your blood checked for glucose or sugar by yourself or by a family member or friend?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODIA = 1 who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCC_031 = 8, excluding females aged 15 and over who answered (15 <= CCC_102 <= 49) and CCC_10A = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 163 PER DAY
2 74 PER WEEK
3 18 PER MONTH
4 2 PER YEAR
5 22 NEVER
6 62627 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N8B

Variable label: Checks glucose level/self - number of times per day

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 158 to 160, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 10, Mean: 2.19, Standard deviation: 1.488

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per day.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_08 = (1, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 65 Self-checks glucose once daily
2 49 Self-checks glucose 2 times daily
3 22 Self-checks glucose 3 times daily
4 17 Self-checks glucose 4 times daily
5 6 Self-checks glucose 5 times daily
7 1 Self-checks glucose 7 times daily
10 2 Self-checks glucose 10 times daily
996 62743 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N8C

Variable label: Checks glucose level/self - number of times per week

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 161 to 163, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 8, Mean: 2.51, Standard deviation: 1.455

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per week.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_08 = (2, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 24 Self-checks glucose once weekly
2 15 Self-checks glucose 2 times weekly
3 18 Self-checks glucose 3 times weekly
4 11 Self-checks glucose 4 times weekly
5 4 Self-checks glucose 5 times weekly
6 1 Self-checks glucose 6 times weekly
8 1 Self-checks glucose 8 times weekly
996 62832 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N8D

Variable label: Checks glucose level/self - number of times per month

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 164 to 166, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4, Mean: 1.59, Standard deviation: 0.870

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per month.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_08 = (3, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10 Self-checks glucose once monthly
2 5 Self-checks glucose 2 times monthly
3 1 Self-checks glucose 3 times monthly
4 1 Self-checks glucose 4 times monthly
996 62888 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N8E

Variable label: Checks glucose level/self - number of times per year

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 167 to 169, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 3, Mean: 2.50, Standard deviation: 0.707

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per year.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_08 = (4, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 1 2 TIMES
3 1 3 TIMES
996 62904 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_09

Variable label: Checks feet/self - reporting unit

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 170 to 170, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Diabetes care

Instructions to interviewer: Select the reporting period here and enter the number in the next screen.

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: How often do you usually have your feet checked for any sores or rritations by yourself or by a family member or friend?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_03 = (1, 2, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 97 PER DAY
2 77 PER WEEK
3 23 PER MONTH
4 17 PER YEAR
5 65 NEVER
6 62627 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N9B

Variable label: Checks feet/self - number of times per day

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 171 to 173, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2, Mean: 1.02, Standard deviation: 0.144

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per day.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_09 = (1, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 94 ONCE
2 2 TWO TIMES
996 62809 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N9C

Variable label: Checks feet/self - number of times per week

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 174 to 176, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7, Mean: 2.42, Standard deviation: 1.499

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per week.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_09 = (2, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 26 Self-checks feet once daily
2 20 Self-checks feet 2 times daily
3 15 Self-checks feet 3 times daily
4 8 Self-checks feet 4 times daily
5 3 Self-checks feet 5 times daily
6 2 Self-checks feet 6 times daily
7 2 Self-checks feet 7 times daily
996 62829 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N9D

Variable label: Checks feet/self - number of times per month

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 177 to 179, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2, Mean: 1.43, Standard deviation: 0.507

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per month.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_09 = (3, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13 ONCE
2 10 2 TIMES
996 62883 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_N9E

Variable label: Checks feet/self - number of times per year

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 180 to 182, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 12, Mean: 3.76, Standard deviation: 3.032

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now some questions about diabetes care not provided by a health care professional.

Question text: Interviewer: Enter the number of times per year.

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DIA_09 = (4, 7 or 8) or DIA_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4 Self-checks feet once yearly
2 5 Self-checks feet 2 times yearly
4 3 Self-checks feet 4 times yearly
6 3 Self-checks feet 6 times yearly
8 1 Self-checks feet 8 times yearly
12 1 Self-checks feet 12 times yearly
996 62889 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 3 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_10

Variable label: Medication - ASA - past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 183 to 183, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now a few questions about medication.

Question text: In the past month, did you take aspirin or other ASA (acetylsalicylic acid) medication every day or every second day?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 35 and over with DODIA = 1, who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCC_031 = 8, excluding females aged 15 and over who answered CCC_10A = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 154 YES
2 116 NO
6 62636 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DIA_11

Variable label: Medication - blood cholesterol - past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 184 to 184, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Diabetes care

Question preamble: Now a few questions about medication.

Question text: In the past month, did you take prescription medications such as Lipitor or Zocor to control your blood cholesterol levels?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 35 and over with DODIA = 1, who answered CCC_101 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCC_031 = 8, excluding females aged 15 and over who answered CCC_10A = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 170 YES
2 96 NO
6 62636 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 2 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOHUI

Variable label: Health utility index - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 185 to 185, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62909 YES


Variable name(s): HUIGVIS

Variable label: Vision trouble - function code - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 186 to 186, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: Respondents with HUIFOPT = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 25972 NO VISUAL PROBLEMS
2 35498 PROBLEMS CORRECTED BY LENSES
3 307 PROBLEM SEEING DISTANCE - NOT CORRECTED
4 324 PROBLEM SEEING CLOSE - NOT CORRECTED
5 336 PROBLEM SEEING CLOSE & DISTANCE/NO SIGHT
9 472 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUIGHER

Variable label: Hearing problems - function code - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 187 to 187, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: Respondents with HUIFOPT = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 58972 NO HEARING PROBLEMS
2 2205 PROBLEM HEARING - CORRECTED
3 967 PROBLEM HEARING - NOT CORRECTED
9 765 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUIGSPE

Variable label: Speech trouble - function code - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 188 to 188, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: Respondents with HUIFOPT = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62331 NO SPEECH PROBLEMS
2 489 PARTIALLY OR NOT UNDERSTOOD
9 89 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUIGMOB

Variable label: Mobility trouble - function code - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 189 to 189, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: Respondents with HUIFOPT = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 58818 NO MOBILITY PROBLEMS
2 657 PROBLEM - NO AID REQUIRED
3 2469 PROBLEM - REQUIRES SUPPORT OR WHEELCHAIR
4 843 PROBLEM - REQUIRES HELP OR CANNOT WALK
9 122 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUIGDEX

Variable label: Dexterity trouble -function code - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 190 to 190, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62329 NO DEXTERITY PROBLEMS
2 243 DEXTERITY PROBLEMS - NO HELP REQUIRED
3 261 DEXTERITY PROBLEMS - NEEDS HELP
9 76 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUIDEMO

Variable label: Emotion (function code) - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 191 to 191, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOHUI = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 48460 EMOTION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 1: Happy and interested in life
2 11926 EMOTION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 2: Somewhat happy
3 1682 EMOTION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 3: Somewhat unhappy
4 442 EMOTION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 4: Very unhappy
5 146 EMOTION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 5: So unhappy that life is not worthwhile
9 253 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUIDCOG

Variable label: Cognition problems - function code - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 192 to 193, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOHUI = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 44066 COGNITION ATTRIBUTE LEVEL 1: Able to remember and think
2 2496 COGNITION ATTRIBUTE LEVEL 2: Able to remember and some difficulty thinking
3 10815 COGNITION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 3: Somewhat forgetful and able to think
4 3781 COGNITION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 4: Somewhat forgetful and some difficulty thinking
5 1450 COGNITION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 5: Very forgetful or great deal of difficulty thinking
6 78 COGNITION ATTRIBUTE - LEVEL 6: Unable to remember or think
99 223 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUIDHSI

Variable label: Health utilities index - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 194 to 199, Decimals: 3

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: -.335, Maximum: 1.000, Mean: 0.85773, Standard deviation: 0.210565

Variable group: Health Utilities Index

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOHUI = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code     Frequency  Content
99.999 1655 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HUPDPAD

Variable label: Pain (function code) - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 200 to 200, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Pain and discomfort

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 50290 NO PAIN OR DISCOMFORT
2 3219 PAIN PREVENTS NO ACTIVITIES
3 3794 PAIN PREVENTS A FEW ACTIVITIES
4 3052 PAIN PREVENTS SOME ACTIVITIES
5 2397 PAIN PREVENTS MOST ACTIVITIES
9 157 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1AA

Variable label: Has a regular medical doctor

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 201 to 201, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care utilization

Question text: Do you have a regular medical doctor?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 54205 YES
2 8619 NO
7 82 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1BA

Variable label: Reason has no regular doctor: no one available in area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 202 to 202, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care utilization

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Why do you not have a regular medical doctor: no medical doctors available in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered HCU_1AA = (2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1768 YES
2 6694 NO
6 54205 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 151 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1BB

Variable label: Reason has no regular doctor: none taking new patients

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 203 to 203, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care utilization

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Why do you not have a regular medical doctor: medical doctors in the area are not taking new patients?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered HCU_1AA = (2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1728 YES
2 6734 NO
6 54205 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 151 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1BC

Variable label: Reason has no regular doctor: not tried to contact one

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 204 to 204, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care utilization

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Why do you not have a regular medical doctor: have not tried to contact one?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered HCU_1AA = (2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3447 YES
2 5015 NO
6 54205 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 151 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1BD

Variable label: Reason has no regular doctor: has left or retired

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 205 to 205, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care utilization

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Why do you not have a regular medical doctor: had a medical doctor who left or retired?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered HCU_1AA = (2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1856 YES
2 6606 NO
6 54205 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 151 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1BE

Variable label: Reason has no regular doctor: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 206 to 206, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care utilization

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Why do you not have a regular medical doctor: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered HCU_1AA = (2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 826 YES
2 7636 NO
6 54205 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 151 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1A1

Variable label: Has a usual place to go when sick or need health advice

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 207 to 207, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Health care utilization

Question text: Is there a place that you usually go to when you are sick or need advice about your health?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered HCU_1AA = (2, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7235 YES
2 1329 NO
6 54205 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 55 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): HCU_1A2

Variable label: Kind of place goes when sick or needs health advice

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 208 to 209, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 8

Variable group: Health care utilization

Instructions to interviewer: If the respondent indicates more than one usual place, then ask: What kind of place do you go to most often?

Question text: What kind of place is it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered HCU_1A1 = (1, 7 or 8) or HCU_1AA = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 288 DOCTOR'S OFFICE
2 980 COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE OR COMMUNITY LIVING SUPPORT CENTRE (CLSC)
3 3435 WALK-IN CLINIC
4 523 APPOINTMENT CLINIC
5 65 TELEPHONE HEALTH LINE (E.G., HEALTHLINK)
6 1291 HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM
7 285 HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CLINIC
8 359 OTHER
96 55534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
99 140 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_01

Variable label: Overnight patient in hospital, nursing home or convalescent home

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 210 to 210, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you been a patient overnight in a hospital, nursing home or convalescent home?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6097 YES
2 56784 NO
7 24 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG02

Variable label: Number of nights as patient - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 211 to 212, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 31

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 56784 0 nights as patient
1 1609 1 night as patient
2 888 2 nights as patient
3 684 3 nights as patient
4 528 4 nights as patient
5 442 5 nights as patient
6 206 6 nights as patient
7 297 7 nights as patient
8 100 8 nights as patient
9 61 9 nights as patient
10 153 10 nights as patient
11 41 11 nights as patient
12 83 12 nights as patient
13 30 13 nights as patient
14 185 14 nights as patient
15 48 15 nights as patient
16 23 16 nights as patient
17 14 17 nights as patient
18 17 18 nights as patient
19 15 19 nights as patient
20 39 20 nights as patient
21 87 21 nights as patient
22 12 22 nights as patient
23 5 23 nights as patient
24 11 24 nights as patient
25 16 25 nights as patient
26 4 26 nights as patient
27 6 27 nights as patient
28 25 28 nights as patient
29 3 29 nights as patient
30 88 30 nights as patient
31 311 31 NIGHTS OR MORE
99 94 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_03

Variable label: Consulted with family doctor/general practitioner

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 213 to 213, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to any of the following health professionals about your physical, emotional or mental health: a family doctor (pediatrician) or general practitioner?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 49787 YES
2 13058 NO
7 57 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG04

Variable label: Number of consultations - family doctor/general practitioner - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 214 to 215, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 31

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_03 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 13058 0 consultations
1 13253 1 consultation
2 11587 2 consultations
3 6917 3 consultations
4 6679 4 consultations
5 2308 5 consultations
6 2824 6 consultations
7 538 7 consultations
8 744 8 consultations
9 169 9 consultations
10 882 10 consultations
11 45 11 consultations
12 2221 12 consultations
13 35 13 consultations
14 56 14 consultations
15 230 15 consultations
16 44 16 consultations
17 9 17 consultations
18 49 18 consultations
19 2 19 consultations
20 271 20 consultations
21 1 21 consultations
22 4 22 consultations
23 1 23 consultations
24 172 24 consultations
25 60 25 consultations
26 45 26 consultations
27 2 27 consultations
28 3 28 consultations
30 76 30 consultations
31 157 31 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 467 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG05

Variable label: Where the most recent contact took place - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 216 to 217, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_03 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 39929 DOCTOR'S OFFICE
2 1504 HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM
3 944 HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CLINIC
4 3307 WALK-IN CLINIC
5 2632 APPOINTMENT CLINIC
6 837 COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE OR COMMUNITY LIVING SUPPORT CENTRE (CLSC)
7 252 AT WORK/AT SCHOOL/OTHER
8 206 AT HOME
9 141 TELEPHONE CONSULTATION ONLY
96 13058 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 99 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_06

Variable label: Consulted with an eye specialist

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 218 to 218, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to an eye specialist, such as an ophthalmologist or optometrist (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 27419 YES
2 35394 NO
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG07

Variable label: Number of consultations - eye specialist - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 219 to 220, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_06 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 35394 None
1 21877 1 CONSULTATION
2 3367 2 CONSULTATIONS
3 930 3 CONSULTATIONS
4 520 4 CONSULTATIONS
5 180 5 CONSULTATIONS
6 224 6 CONSULTATIONS
7 57 7 CONSULTATIONS
8 59 8 CONSULTATIONS
9 22 9 CONSULTATIONS
10 42 10 CONSULTATIONS
11 5 11 CONSULTATIONS
12 88 12 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 144 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_08

Variable label: Consulted with another medical doctor

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 221 to 221, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to any other medical doctor or specialist such as a surgeon, allergist, orthopaedist, [gynaecologist/urologist] or psychiatrist (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19267 YES
2 43578 NO
7 54 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG09

Variable label: Number of consultations - other medical doctor - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 222 to 223, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_08 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 43578 None
1 7927 1 CONSULTATION
2 4599 2 CONSULTATIONS
3 2209 3 CONSULTATIONS
4 1424 4 CONSULTATIONS
5 659 5 CONSULTATIONS
6 662 6 CONSULTATIONS
7 196 7 CONSULTATIONS
8 264 8 CONSULTATIONS
9 84 9 CONSULTATIONS
10 250 10 CONSULTATIONS
11 34 11 CONSULTATIONS
12 855 12 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 168 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG10

Variable label: Where the most recent contact took place - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 224 to 225, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_08 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11089 DOCTOR'S OFFICE
2 680 HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM
3 5071 HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CLINIC
4 225 WALK-IN CLINIC
5 1525 APPOINTMENT CLINIC
6 182 COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE OR COMMUNITY LIVING SUPPORT CENTRE (CLSC)
7 364 AT WORK/AT SCHOOL/OTHER
8 32 AT HOME
9 64 TELEPHONE CONSULTATION ONLY
96 43578 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 99 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_11

Variable label: Consulted with nurse

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 226 to 226, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to a nurse for care or advice about your physical, emotional or mental health?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9255 YES
2 53596 NO
7 47 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG12

Variable label: Number of consultations - nurse - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 227 to 228, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_11 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 53596 None
1 3670 1 CONSULTATION
2 1809 2 CONSULTATIONS
3 842 3 CONSULTATIONS
4 657 4 CONSULTATIONS
5 304 5 CONSULTATIONS
6 355 6 CONSULTATIONS
7 79 7 CONSULTATIONS
8 97 8 CONSULTATIONS
9 26 9 CONSULTATIONS
10 194 10 CONSULTATIONS
11 7 11 CONSULTATIONS
12 1065 12 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG13

Variable label: Where the most recent contact took place - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 229 to 230, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_11 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1349 DOCTOR'S OFFICE
2 855 HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOM
3 1109 HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CLINIC
4 489 WALK-IN CLINIC
5 702 APPOINTMENT CLINIC
6 1372 COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE OR COMMUNITY LIVING SUPPORT CENTRE (CLSC)
7 1165 AT WORK/AT SCHOOL/OTHER
8 1330 AT HOME
9 867 TELEPHONE CONSULTATION ONLY
96 53596 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 75 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_14

Variable label: Consulted with dentist or orthodontist

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 231 to 231, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to a dentist, dental hygienist or orthodontist (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 39489 YES
2 23370 NO
7 43 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG15

Variable label: Number of consultations - dentist or orthodontist - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 232 to 233, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_14 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 23370 None
1 16449 1 CONSULTATION
2 14020 2 CONSULTATIONS
3 3952 3 CONSULTATIONS
4 2302 4 CONSULTATIONS
5 732 5 CONSULTATIONS
6 595 6 CONSULTATIONS
7 174 7 CONSULTATIONS
8 180 8 CONSULTATIONS
9 48 9 CONSULTATIONS
10 191 10 CONSULTATIONS
11 21 11 CONSULTATIONS
12 477 12 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 398 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_16

Variable label: Consulted with chiropractor

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 234 to 234, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to a chiropractor (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7506 YES
2 55365 NO
7 31 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG17

Variable label: Number of consultations - chiropractor - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 235 to 236, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 31

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_16 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 55365 0 consultations
1 1061 1 consultation
2 929 2 consultations
3 737 3 consultations
4 604 4 consultations
5 460 5 consultations
6 683 6 consultations
7 112 7 consultations
8 303 8 consultations
9 63 9 consultations
10 456 10 consultations
11 24 11 consultations
12 845 12 consultations
13 17 13 consultations
14 29 14 consultations
15 168 15 consultations
16 36 16 consultations
17 19 17 consultations
18 22 18 consultations
19 4 19 consultations
20 231 20 consultations
22 7 22 consultations
23 1 23 consultations
24 145 24 consultations
25 55 25 consultations
26 65 26 consultations
28 3 28 consultations
29 1 29 consultations
30 73 30 consultations
31 297 31 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 94 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_18

Variable label: Consulted with physiotherapist

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 237 to 237, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to a physiotherapist (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6058 YES
2 56806 NO
7 37 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG19

Variable label: Number of consultations - physiotherapist - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 238 to 239, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 31

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_18 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 56806 0 consultations
1 855 1 consultation
2 673 2 consultations
3 614 3 consultations
4 506 4 consultations
5 396 5 consultations
6 563 6 consultations
7 123 7 consultations
8 289 8 consultations
9 58 9 consultations
10 378 10 consultations
11 16 11 consultations
12 379 12 consultations
13 17 13 consultations
14 27 14 consultations
15 129 15 consultations
16 62 16 consultations
17 6 17 consultations
18 46 18 consultations
20 194 20 consultations
21 8 21 consultations
22 9 22 consultations
23 4 23 consultations
24 97 24 consultations
25 37 25 consultations
26 29 26 consultations
27 5 27 consultations
28 3 28 consultations
30 78 30 consultations
31 384 31 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 118 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_20

Variable label: Consulted with psychologist

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 240 to 240, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to a psychologist (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2019 YES
2 60848 NO
7 34 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG21

Variable label: Number of consultations - psychologist - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 241 to 242, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_20 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 60848 None
1 429 1 CONSULTATION
2 305 2 CONSULTATIONS
3 217 3 CONSULTATIONS
4 184 4 CONSULTATIONS
5 121 5 CONSULTATIONS
6 154 6 CONSULTATIONS
7 32 7 CONSULTATIONS
8 63 8 CONSULTATIONS
9 18 9 CONSULTATIONS
10 113 10 CONSULTATIONS
11 6 11 CONSULTATIONS
12 354 12 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 65 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_22

Variable label: Consulted with social worker or counsellor

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 243 to 243, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to a social worker or counsellor (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3563 YES
2 59310 NO
7 27 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG23

Variable label: Number of consultations - social worker or counsellor - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 244 to 245, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_22 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 59310 None
1 816 1 CONSULTATION
2 573 2 CONSULTATIONS
3 377 3 CONSULTATIONS
4 314 4 CONSULTATIONS
5 221 5 CONSULTATIONS
6 237 6 CONSULTATIONS
7 47 7 CONSULTATIONS
8 84 8 CONSULTATIONS
9 23 9 CONSULTATIONS
10 129 10 CONSULTATIONS
11 6 11 CONSULTATIONS
12 672 12 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 100 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHP_24

Variable label: Consulted with speech/audiology/occupational therapist

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 246 to 246, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your contacts with various health professionals during the past 12 months, that is, from [date one year ago] to yesterday.

Question text: [Not counting ...] In the past 12 months, have you seen, or talked to a speech, audiology or occupational therapist (about your physical, emotional or mental health)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2417 YES
2 60462 NO
7 22 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 4 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPG25

Variable label: Number of consultations - speech/audiology/occupational therapist - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 247 to 248, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CHP_24 = (1, 7, 8) or CHP_01 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 60462 None
1 1513 1 CONSULTATION
2 387 2 CONSULTATIONS
3 188 3 CONSULTATIONS
4 88 4 CONSULTATIONS
5 43 5 CONSULTATIONS
6 53 6 CONSULTATIONS
7 9 7 CONSULTATIONS
8 16 8 CONSULTATIONS
9 1 9 CONSULTATIONS
10 23 10 CONSULTATIONS
12 74 12 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 52 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPGMDC

Variable label: Number of consultations with medical doctor - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 249 to 250, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 31

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 11285 0 consultations
1 11186 1 consultation
2 10096 2 consultations
3 6855 3 consultations
4 6323 4 consultations
5 3521 5 consultations
6 3021 6 consultations
7 1677 7 consultations
8 1333 8 consultations
9 744 9 consultations
10 911 10 consultations
11 457 11 consultations
12 1311 12 consultations
13 587 13 consultations
14 529 14 consultations
15 385 15 consultations
16 297 16 consultations
17 172 17 consultations
18 189 18 consultations
19 83 19 consultations
20 183 20 consultations
21 85 21 consultations
22 87 22 consultations
23 60 23 consultations
24 150 24 consultations
25 114 25 consultations
26 79 26 consultations
27 48 27 consultations
28 51 28 consultations
29 22 29 consultations
30 64 30 consultations
31 430 31 OR MORE CONSULTATIONS
99 574 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CHPFCOP

Variable label: Consultations with health professionals - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 251 to 251, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Contacts with health professionals

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 59534 YES
2 3189 NO
9 186 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOUCN

Variable label: Unmet health care needs - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 252 to 252, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62909 YES


Variable name(s): UCN_010

Variable label: Unmet health care needs - self-perceived

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 253 to 253, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Question text: During the past 12 months, was there ever a time when you felt that you needed health care but you didn't receive it?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6915 YES
2 55877 NO
7 110 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020A

Variable label: Care not received: not available in area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 254 to 254, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: not available in the area?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 859 YES
2 6035 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020B

Variable label: Care not received: not available at time required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 255 to 255, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: not available at time required (e.g. doctor on holidays, inconvenient hours)?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1125 YES
2 5769 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020C

Variable label: Care not received: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 256 to 256, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: waiting time too long?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2443 YES
2 4451 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020D

Variable label: Care not received: felt would be inadequate

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 257 to 257, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: felt would be inadequate?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 329 YES
2 6565 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020E

Variable label: Care not received: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 258 to 258, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: cost?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 511 YES
2 6383 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020F

Variable label: Care not received: too busy

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 259 to 259, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: too busy?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 391 YES
2 6503 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020G

Variable label: Care not received: didn't get around to it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 260 to 260, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: didn't get around to it/didn't bother?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 387 YES
2 6507 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020H

Variable label: Care not received: decided not to seek care

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 261 to 261, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: decided not to seek care?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 433 YES
2 6461 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020I

Variable label: Care not received: doctor didn't think it was necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 262 to 262, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: doctor didn't think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 479 YES
2 6415 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_020J

Variable label: Care not received: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 263 to 263, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, why didn't you get care: other?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1613 YES
2 5281 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_030A

Variable label: Type of care not received: treatment of physical health problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 264 to 264, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Again, thinking of the most recent time, what was the type of care that was needed: treatment of a physical health problem?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4642 YES
2 2254 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_030B

Variable label: Type of care not received: treatment emotional problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 265 to 265, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Again, thinking of the most recent time, what was the type of care that was needed: treatment of an emotional or mental health problem?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 646 YES
2 6250 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_030C

Variable label: Type of care not received: regular check-up

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 266 to 266, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Again, thinking of the most recent time, what was the type of care that was needed: a regular check-up (including regular pre-natal care)?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 630 YES
2 6266 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_030D

Variable label: Type of care not received: care of injury

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 267 to 267, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Again, thinking of the most recent time, what was the type of care that was needed: care of an injury?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 576 YES
2 6320 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_030E

Variable label: Type of care not received: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 268 to 268, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Again, thinking of the most recent time, what was the type of care that was needed: other, specify?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 861 YES
2 6035 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_040A

Variable label: Location tried to get service: doctor's office

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 269 to 269, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Where did you try to get the service you were seeking: doctor's office?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2837 YES
2 3970 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 98 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_040B

Variable label: Location tried to get service: Community health centre/CLSC

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 270 to 270, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Where did you try to get the service you were seeking: community health centre/CLSC?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 380 YES
2 6427 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 98 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_040C

Variable label: Location tried to get service: walk-in clinic

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 271 to 271, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Where did you try to get the service you were seeking: walk-in clinic?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 827 YES
2 5980 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 98 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_040D

Variable label: Location tried to get service: appointment clinic

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 272 to 272, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Where did you try to get the service you were seeking: appointment clinic?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 425 YES
2 6382 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 98 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_040E

Variable label: Location tried to get service: hospital emergency room

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 273 to 273, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Where did you try to get the service you were seeking: hospital emergency room?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1097 YES
2 5710 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 98 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_040F

Variable label: Location tried to get service: hospital outpatient clinic

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 274 to 274, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Where did you try to get the service you were seeking: hospital outpatient clinic?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 688 YES
2 6119 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 98 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UCN_040G

Variable label: Location tried to get service: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 275 to 275, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Unmet health care needs

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: Where did you try to get the service you were seeking: other?

Universe for variable: DOUCN = 1 and UCN_010 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1351 YES
2 5456 NO
6 55877 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 98 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 117 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOPAS

Variable label: Patient satisfaction - Health care services - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 276 to 276, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 21526 YES
2 39750 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_11

Variable label: Received health care services

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 277 to 277, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you received any health care services?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOPAS = 1 who answered HCU_01 = (2, 7, 8) and all variables from HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (2, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19378 YES
2 811 NO
6 42318 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 398 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_12

Variable label: Rating of quality of care received

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 278 to 278, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: Overall, how would you rate the quality of health care you received? Would you say it was excellent, good, fair, poor?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_11 = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = (1, 7, 8) or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8505 EXCELLENT
2 8791 GOOD
3 1639 FAIR
4 366 POOR
6 43129 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 69 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 402 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_13

Variable label: Satisfaction with way care provided

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 279 to 279, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: Overall, how satisfied were you with the way health care services were provided? Were you: very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, very dissatisfied?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_11 = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = (1, 7, 8) or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10388 VERY SATISFIED
2 6844 SOMEWHAT SATISFIED
3 824 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 892 SOMEWHAT DISSATISFIED
5 340 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 43129 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 83 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 402 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_21A

Variable label: Received health care services at hospital

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 280 to 280, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you received any health care services at a hospital, for any diagnostic or day surgery, overnight stay, or as an emergency room patient?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_11 = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = (1, 7, 8) or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6376 YES
2 12981 NO
6 43129 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 20 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 402 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_21B

Variable label: Type of patient - most recent visit

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 281 to 281, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: Thinking of your most recent hospital visit, were you admitted overnight or longer, a patient at a diagnostic or day surgery clinic, an emergency room patient?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_21A = (1, 7, 8) or PAS_11 = (7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8 or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1071 ADMITTED OVERNIGHT OR LONGER
2 3000 PATIENT AT DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC
3 2300 EMERGENCY ROOM PATIENT
6 56110 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 423 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_22

Variable label: Rating of quality of care received - hospital

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 282 to 282, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: How would you rate the quality of the care you received? Would you say it was excellent, good, fair, poor?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_21A = (1, 7, 8) or PAS_11 = (7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8 or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3375 EXCELLENT
2 2094 GOOD
3 548 FAIR
4 341 POOR
6 56110 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 428 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_23

Variable label: Satisfaction with way care provided by hospital

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 283 to 283, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: How satisfied were you with the way hospital services were provided? Were you very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, very dissatisfied?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_21A = (1, 7, 8) or PAS_11 = (7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8 or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3645 VERY SATISFIED
2 1772 SOMEWHAT SATISFIED
3 255 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 374 SOMEWHAT DISSATISFIED
5 308 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 56110 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 15 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 428 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_31A

Variable label: Received physician care

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 284 to 284, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: In the past 12 months, not counting hospital visits, have you received any health care services from a family doctor or other physician?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_11 = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = (1, 7, 8) or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12821 YES
2 6539 NO
6 43129 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 18 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 402 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_31B

Variable label: Type of physician providing most recent care

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 285 to 285, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: Thinking of the most recent time, was care provided by a family doctor, a medical specialist?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_31A = (1, 7, 8) or PAS_11 = (7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8 or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10666 FAMILY DOCTOR (GENERAL PRACTITIONER)
2 2131 MEDICAL SPECIALIST
6 49668 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 22 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 420 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_32

Variable label: Rating of quality of care received by a physician

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 286 to 286, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: How would you rate the quality of the care you received? Would you say it was excellent, good, fair, poor?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_31A = (1, 7, 8) or PAS_11 = (7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8 or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7493 EXCELLENT
2 4244 GOOD
3 800 FAIR
4 247 POOR
6 49668 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 13 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 444 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAS_33

Variable label: Satisfaction with way care provided by physician

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 287 to 287, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Health care services

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Earlier, I asked about your use of health care services in the past 12 months. Now I'd like to get your opinion on the quality of the care you received.

Question text: How satisfied were you with the way physician care was provided? Were you very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, somewhat dissatisfied, very dissatisfied?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOPAS = 1 who answered PAS_31A = (1, 7, 8) or PAS_31B (7, 8) or PAS_11 = (7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8 or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8511 VERY SATISFIED
2 3286 SOMEWHAT SATISFIED
3 366 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 432 SOMEWHAT DISSATISFIED
5 184 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 49668 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 17 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 444 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOPSC

Variable label: Patient satisfaction - Community-based care - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 288 to 288, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Community-based care

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12000 YES
2 49276 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSC_1

Variable label: Received community-based care

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 289 to 289, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Community-based care

Question preamble: The next questions are about community-based health care which includes any health care received outside of a hospital or doctor's office. Examples are: home nursing care, home-based counselling or therapy, personal care and community walk-in clinics.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you received any community-based care?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOPSC = 1 who answered PAS_11 = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = (1, 7, 8) or at least one of HCU_02AA to HCU_02JJ = (1, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2179 YES
2 9071 NO
6 51457 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 10 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 191 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSC_2

Variable label: Rating of quality of community-based received

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 290 to 290, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Community-based care

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about community-based health care which includes any health care received outside of a hospital or doctor's office. Examples are: home nursing care, home-based counselling or therapy, personal care and community walk-in clinics.

Question text: Overall, how would you rate the quality of the community-based care you received?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOPSC = 1 who answered (PSC_1 = (1, 7 or 8) or PAS_11 = (7 or 8) or HCU_01 = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 887 EXCELLENT
2 902 GOOD
3 269 FAIR
4 116 POOR
6 60528 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 202 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSC_3

Variable label: Satisfaction with way community-based care provided

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 291 to 291, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Patient satisfaction - Community-based care

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about community-based health care which includes any health care received outside of a hospital or doctor's office. Examples are: home nursing care, home-based counselling or therapy, personal care and community walk-in clinics.

Question text: Overall, how satisfied were you with the way community-based care was provided?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 and over with DOPSC = 1 who answered (PSC_1 = (1, 7 or 8) or PAS_11 = (7 or 8) or HCU_01 = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1087 VERY SATISFIED
2 719 SOMEWHAT SATISFIED
3 137 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 137 SOMEWHAT DISSATISFIED
5 86 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 60528 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 13 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 202 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): RAC_1

Variable label: Has difficulty with activities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 292 to 292, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next few questions deal with any current limitations in your daily activities caused by a long-term health condition or problem. In these questions, a "long-term condition" refers to a condition that is expected to last or has already lasted 6 months or more.

Question text: Do you have any difficulty hearing, seeing, communicating, walking, climbing stairs, bending, learning or doing any similar activities: sometimes, often, or never?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9981 SOMETIMES
2 7651 OFTEN
3 45215 NEVER
7 53 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): RAC_2A

Variable label: Reduction in kind or amount of activities at home

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 293 to 293, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next few questions deal with any current limitations in your daily activities caused by a long-term health condition or problem. In these questions, a "long-term condition" refers to a condition that is expected to last or has already lasted 6 months or more.

Question text: Does a long-term physical condition or mental condition or health problem, reduce the amount or the kind of activity you can do at home: sometimes, often, or never?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8420 SOMETIMES
2 5374 OFTEN
3 49039 NEVER
7 60 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 9 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): RAC_2B1

Variable label: Reduction in kind or amount of activities at school

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 294 to 294, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Question preamble: The next few questions deal with any current limitations in your daily activities caused by a long-term health condition or problem. In these questions, a "long-term condition" refers to a condition that is expected to last or has already lasted 6 months or more.

Question text: Does a long-term physical condition or mental condition or health problem, reduce the amount or the kind of activity you can do at school?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 720 SOMETIMES
2 347 OFTEN
3 13732 NEVER
4 48080 NOT AT SCHOOL
7 13 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 16 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): RAC_2B2

Variable label: Reduction in kind or amount of activities at work

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 295 to 295, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Question preamble: The next few questions deal with any current limitations in your daily activities caused by a long-term health condition or problem. In these questions, a "long-term condition" refers to a condition that is expected to last or has already lasted 6 months or more.

Question text: Does a long-term physical condition or mental condition or health problem, reduce the amount or the kind of activity you can do at work?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3497 SOMETIMES
2 1385 OFTEN
3 32545 NEVER
4 25438 HAS NO JOB
7 24 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 17 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): RAC_2C

Variable label: Reduction in kind or amount of other activities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 296 to 296, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Question preamble: The next few questions deal with any current limitations in your daily activities caused by a long-term health condition or problem. In these questions, a "long-term condition" refers to a condition that is expected to last or has already lasted 6 months or more.

Question text: Does a long-term physical condition or mental condition or health problem, reduce the amount or the kind of activity you can do in other activities, for example, transportation or leisure?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7247 SOMETIMES
2 5352 OFTEN
3 50178 NEVER
7 107 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 20 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): RACG5

Variable label: Cause of health problem - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 297 to 298, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Question preamble: The next few questions deal with any current limitations in your daily activities caused by a long-term health condition or problem. In these questions, a "long-term condition" refers to a condition that is expected to last or has already lasted 6 months or more.

Question text: Which one of the following is the best description of the cause of this condition: accident at home, motor vehicle accident, accident at work, other type of accident, existed from birth or genetic, ..., or use of alcohol or drugs?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered RAC_1 = (1, 2, 7 or 8) or RAC_2A = (1, 2, 7 or 8) or RAC_2B1 = (1, 2, 7 or 8) or RAC_2B2 = (1, 2, 7 or8)or RAC_2C = (1, 2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4124 INJURY
2 6768 DISEASE OR ILLNESS
3 4692 AGEING
4 1956 EXISTED AT BIRTH OR GENETIC
5 1696 WORK CONDITIONS
6 1774 OTHER
96 41362 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 537 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): RACDIMP

Variable label: Impact of health problems - (D)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 299 to 299, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9794 SOMETIMES
2 7337 OFTEN
3 45673 NEVER
9 105 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): RACDPAL

Variable label: Participation and activity limitation - (D)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 300 to 300, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Restriction of activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11478 SOMETIMES
2 9835 OFTEN
3 41362 NEVER
9 234 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOADL

Variable label: Activities of daily living - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 301 to 301, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62909 YES


Variable name(s): ADL_01

Variable label: Needs help preparing meals

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 302 to 302, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Question preamble: The next few questions are about common daily activities. These questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

Question text: Because of any physical condition or mental condition or health problem, do you need the help of another person with preparing meals?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2328 YES
2 60549 NO
7 25 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADL_02

Variable label: Needs help getting to appointments or running errands

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 303 to 303, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Question preamble: The next few questions are about common daily activities. These questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

Question text: Because of any physical condition or mental condition or health problem, do you need the help of another person with getting to appointments and running errands such as shopping for groceries?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4685 YES
2 58194 NO
7 21 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADL_03

Variable label: Needs help doing housework

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 304 to 304, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Question preamble: The next few questions are about common daily activities. These questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

Question text: Because of any physical condition or mental condition or health problem, do you need the help of another person with doing normal everyday housework?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4995 YES
2 57874 NO
7 29 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADL_04

Variable label: Needs help with personal care

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 305 to 305, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Question preamble: The next few questions are about common daily activities. These questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

Question text: Because of any physical condition or mental condition or health problem, do you need the help of another person with personal care such as washing, dressing, eating or taking medication?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1656 YES
2 61230 NO
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADL_05

Variable label: Needs help moving about inside house

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 306 to 306, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Question preamble: The next few questions are about common daily activities. These questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

Question text: Because of any physical condition or mental condition or health problem, do you need the help of another person with moving about inside the house?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1028 YES
2 61868 NO
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADL_06

Variable label: Needs help looking after personal finances

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 307 to 307, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Question preamble: The next few questions are about common daily activities. These questions may not apply to you, but we need to ask the same questions of everyone.

Question text: Because of any physical condition or mental condition or health problem, do you need the help of another person with looking after your personal finances such as making bank transactions or paying bills?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2423 YES
2 60409 NO
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 13 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): ADLF6R

Variable label: Help needed for tasks - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 308 to 308, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Activities of daily living

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7229 YES
2 55588 NO
9 92 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOH1N

Variable label: H1N1 - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 309 to 309, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 1

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62909 YES


Variable name(s): H1N_160

Variable label: Ever had a H1N1 flu shot

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 310 to 310, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: Have you had the H1N1 flu shot?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 30123 YES
2 31346 NO
7 206 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1224 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_164

Variable label: Month in which had H1N1 flu shot

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 311 to 312, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 12

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: In which month did you have your H1N1 flu shot?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answerewd H1N_160 = (1,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1132 JANUARY
2 468 FEBRUARY
3 240 MARCH
4 113 APRIL
5 63 MAY
6 42 JUNE
7 29 JULY
8 67 AUGUST
9 676 SEPTEMBER
10 6710 OCTOBER
11 13424 NOVEMBER
12 4916 DECEMBER
96 31346 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 2234 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_165

Variable label: Had H1N1 flu shot in current or previous year

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 313 to 314, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: Was that this year or last year?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_164 = (current month, 97, 98) or H1N_160 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 480 THIS YEAR
2 1967 LAST YEAR
96 56762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
99 3695 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66A

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: have not gotten around it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 315 to 315, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3406 YES
2 27574 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66B

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: respondent didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 316 to 316, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 23263 YES
2 7717 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66C

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: doctor didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 317 to 317, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: doctor did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 790 YES
2 30190 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66D

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: personal or family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 318 to 318, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: personal or family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 157 YES
2 30823 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66E

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: not available when required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 319 to 319, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: doctor not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 742 YES
2 30238 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66F

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: not available in the area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 320 to 320, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 155 YES
2 30825 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66G

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 321 to 321, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 548 YES
2 30432 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66H

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 322 to 322, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 77 YES
2 30903 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66I

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: language problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 323 to 323, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11 YES
2 30969 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66J

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 324 to 324, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 44 YES
2 30936 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66K

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: did not know where to go

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 325 to 325, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 210 YES
2 30770 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66L

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: fear

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 326 to 326, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: fear (e.g., painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1985 YES
2 28995 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66M

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: bad reaction to previous shot

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 327 to 327, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: bad reaction to previous shot?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 764 YES
2 30216 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66O

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: unable to leave home due to health reasons

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 328 to 328, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 117 YES
2 30863 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): H1N_66N

Variable label: No H1N1 flu shot: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 329 to 329, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: H1N1 Flu shot

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had the H1N1 flu shot: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered H1N_160 = (2,7,8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 836 YES
2 30144 NO
6 30123 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 349 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1440 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_160

Variable label: Ever had a flu shot

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 330 to 330, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Do not include the H1N1 flu shot.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: Have you ever had a seasonal seasonal flu shot?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 32662 YES
2 28679 NO
7 336 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1223 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_162

Variable label: Last time had a flu shot

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 331 to 331, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: When did you have your last seasonal flu shot: less than 1 year ago, 1 year to less than 2 years ago, or 2 years ago or more?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19771 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 5006 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 7638 2 YEARS AGO OR MORE
6 28679 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 245 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1568 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_164

Variable label: Month had a flu shot

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 332 to 333, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 12

Variable group: Flu shots

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: In which month did you have your last seasonal flu shot?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_162 = (1, 7, 8) or FLU_160 = (7 or 8).

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1344 JANUARY
2 393 FEBRUARY
3 117 MARCH
4 64 APRIL
5 46 MAY
6 28 JUNE
7 25 JULY
8 49 AUGUST
9 722 SEPTEMBER
10 6238 OCTOBER
11 7688 NOVEMBER
12 1801 DECEMBER
96 41323 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 1251 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_165

Variable label: Had flu shot in current or previous year

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 334 to 334, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: Was that this year or last year?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_164 = (current month, 97, 98) or FLU_160 = (7 or 8) or FLU_162 = (7 or 8).

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 901 THIS YEAR
2 932 LAST YEAR
6 57989 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 3082 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66A

Variable label: No flu shot: have not gotten around it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 335 to 335, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4974 YES
2 35676 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66B

Variable label: No flu shot: respondent didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 336 to 336, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 30667 YES
2 9983 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66C

Variable label: No flu shot: doctor didn't think it was necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 337 to 337, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: doctor did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 796 YES
2 39854 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66D

Variable label: No flu shot: personal or family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 338 to 338, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: personal or family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 191 YES
2 40459 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66E

Variable label: No flu shot: not available when required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 339 to 339, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 576 YES
2 40074 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66F

Variable label: No flu shot: not available in the area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 340 to 340, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 197 YES
2 40453 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66G

Variable label: No flu shot: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 341 to 341, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 145 YES
2 40505 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66H

Variable label: No flu shot: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 342 to 342, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 60 YES
2 40590 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66I

Variable label: No flu shot: language problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 343 to 343, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4 YES
2 40646 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66J

Variable label: No flu shot: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 344 to 344, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 99 YES
2 40551 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66K

Variable label: No flu shot: did not know where to go

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 345 to 345, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 273 YES
2 40377 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66L

Variable label: No flu shot: fear

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 346 to 346, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: fear (e.g., painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1396 YES
2 39254 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66M

Variable label: No flu shot: bad reaction to previous shot

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 347 to 347, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: bad reaction to previous shot?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2103 YES
2 38547 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66O

Variable label: No flu shot: unable to leave home due to health reasons

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 348 to 348, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 77 YES
2 40573 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FLU_66N

Variable label: No flu shot: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 349 to 349, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Flu shots

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about your use of various health care services.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a seasonal flu shot in the past year: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered FLU_160 = (2, 7, 8) or FLU_162 = (2, 3, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 819 YES
2 39831 NO
6 19771 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 662 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1815 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOBPC

Variable label: Blood pressure check - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 350 to 350, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3402 YES
2 57874 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_010

Variable label: Ever had blood pressure taken

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 351 to 351, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Question text: Have you ever had your blood pressure taken?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOBPC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3161 YES
2 146 NO
6 59507 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 88 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_012

Variable label: Last time blood pressure was taken

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 352 to 352, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BPC_010 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2136 LESS THAN 6 MONTHS AGO
2 540 6 MONTHS TO LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
3 256 1 YEARS TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
4 136 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 64 5 YEARS AGO OR MORE
6 59653 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 29 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 95 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_013

Variable label: Pregnant when blood pressure was taken

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 353 to 353, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Question text: Were you pregnant the last time your blood pressure was taken?

Universe for variable: Females aged 15 to 55 who answered BPC_012 = (1, 2, 3, 7 or 8) or BPC_010 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 55 YES
2 762 NO
6 62081 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 11 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16A

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: have not gotten around to it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 354 to 354, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 33 YES
2 159 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16B

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: respondent didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 355 to 355, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 121 YES
2 71 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16C

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: doctor didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 356 to 356, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: doctor did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 20 YES
2 172 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16D

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: personal or family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 357 to 357, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: personal or family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 192 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16E

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: not available when required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 358 to 358, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3 YES
2 189 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16F

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: not available in area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 359 to 359, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 190 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16G

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 360 to 360, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 190 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16H

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 361 to 361, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1 YES
2 191 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16I

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: language problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 362 to 362, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 192 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16J

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 363 to 363, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 192 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16K

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: did not know where to go

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 364 to 364, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 190 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16L

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: fear

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 365 to 365, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: fear (e.g., painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1 YES
2 191 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16N

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: unable to leave home due to health reasons

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 366 to 366, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 192 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BPC_16M

Variable label: Blood pressure not taken: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 367 to 367, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Blood pressure checks

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had your blood pressure taken in the past 2 years: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 and over who answered BPC_010 = (2, 7 or 8) or BPC_012 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10 YES
2 182 NO
6 62630 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 85 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOPAP

Variable label: PAP smear test module - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 368 to 368, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3315 YES
2 57961 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_020

Variable label: Ever had PAP smear test

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 369 to 369, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Question text: Have you ever had a PAP smear test?

Universe for variable: Females aged 18 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1598 YES
2 102 NO
6 61182 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 23 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_022

Variable label: Last time had PAP smear test

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 370 to 370, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: PAP smear test

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 331 LESS THAN 6 MONTHS AGO
2 401 6 MONTHS TO LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
3 398 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 110 3 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 349 5 OR MORE YEARS AGO
6 61284 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 8 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26A

Variable label: No PAP smear: have not gotten around to it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 371 to 371, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 104 YES
2 445 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26B

Variable label: No PAP smear: respondent didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 372 to 372, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 158 YES
2 391 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26C

Variable label: No PAP smear: doctor didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 373 to 373, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: doctor did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 97 YES
2 452 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26D

Variable label: No PAP smear: personal or family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 374 to 374, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: personal or family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1 YES
2 548 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26E

Variable label: No PAP smear: not available when required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 375 to 375, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4 YES
2 545 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26F

Variable label: No PAP smear: not available in the area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 376 to 376, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1 YES
2 548 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26G

Variable label: No PAP smear: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 377 to 377, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3 YES
2 546 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26H

Variable label: No PAP smear: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 378 to 378, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 549 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26I

Variable label: No PAP smear: language problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 379 to 379, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 549 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26J

Variable label: No PAP smear: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 380 to 380, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 549 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26K

Variable label: No PAP smear: did not know where to go

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 381 to 381, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 547 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26L

Variable label: No PAP smear: fear

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 382 to 382, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: fear (e.g. painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11 YES
2 538 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26M

Variable label: No PAP smear: hysterectomy

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 383 to 383, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: have had a hysterectomy?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 133 YES
2 440 NO
6 62288 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26N

Variable label: No PAP smear: hate or dislike having one done

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 384 to 384, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: hate or dislike having one done?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 20 YES
2 529 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26P

Variable label: No PAP smear: unable to leave house because of a health problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 385 to 385, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 547 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAP_26O

Variable label: No PAP smear: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 386 to 386, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: PAP smear test

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a PAP smear test in the past 3 years: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAP_020 = (2, 7 or 8) or PAP_022 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 45 YES
2 504 NO
6 62312 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 36 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOMAM

Variable label: Mammography - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 387 to 387, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12650 YES
2 48626 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_030

Variable label: Ever had mammogram

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 388 to 388, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Question text: Have you ever had a mammogram, that is, a breast x-ray?

Universe for variable: Females aged 35 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3701 YES
2 1085 NO
6 58062 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 55 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31A

Variable label: Had mammogram: family history

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 389 to 389, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: family history of breast cancer?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 483 YES
2 3213 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31B

Variable label: Had mammogram: regular check-up

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 390 to 390, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: regular check-up or routine screening?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2612 YES
2 1084 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31C

Variable label: Had mammogram: age

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 391 to 391, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: age?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 465 YES
2 3231 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31D

Variable label: Had mammogram: previously detected lump

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 392 to 392, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: previously detected lump?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 377 YES
2 3319 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31E

Variable label: Had mammogram: follow-up of treatment

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 393 to 393, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: follow-up of breast cancer treatment?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 106 YES
2 3590 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31F

Variable label: Had mammogram: on hormone replacement therapy

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 394 to 394, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: on hormone replacement therapy?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11 YES
2 3685 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31G

Variable label: Had mammogram: breast problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 395 to 395, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: breast problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 129 YES
2 3567 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_31H

Variable label: Had mammogram: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 396 to 396, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says "doctor recommended it", probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 72 YES
2 3624 NO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_032

Variable label: Last time mammogram was done

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 397 to 397, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mammography

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered MAM_030 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 790 LESS THAN 6 MONTHS AGO
2 943 6 MONTHS TO LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
3 886 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
4 579 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 479 5 YEARS OR MORE AGO
6 59147 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 22 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 61 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36A

Variable label: No mammogram: have not gotten around to it in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 398 to 398, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 201 YES
2 418 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36B

Variable label: No mammogram: respondent did not think necessary in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 399 to 399, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 215 YES
2 404 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36C

Variable label: No mammogram: doctor did not think necessary in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 400 to 400, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: doctor did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 100 YES
2 519 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36D

Variable label: No mammogram: personal or family responsibilities in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 401 to 401, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: personal or family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8 YES
2 611 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36E

Variable label: No mammogram: not available when required in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 402 to 402, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10 YES
2 609 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36F

Variable label: No mammogram: not available in the area in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 403 to 403, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13 YES
2 606 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36G

Variable label: No mammogram: waiting time too long in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 404 to 404, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 617 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36H

Variable label: No mammogram: transportation problems in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 405 to 405, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5 YES
2 614 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36I

Variable label: No mammogram: language problem in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 406 to 406, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 619 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36J

Variable label: No mammogram: cost in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 407 to 407, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1 YES
2 618 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36K

Variable label: No mammogram: did not know where to go in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 408 to 408, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 15 YES
2 604 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36L

Variable label: No mammogram: fear in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 409 to 409, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: fear (e.g., painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62 YES
2 557 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36N

Variable label: No mammogram: unable to leave the house in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 410 to 410, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4 YES
2 615 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36O

Variable label: No mammogram: breasts removed or mastectomy in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 411 to 411, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: breasts removed or mastectomy?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10 YES
2 609 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_36M

Variable label: No mammogram: other reason in the past 2 years

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 412 to 412, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had one in the past 2 years: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 50 to 69 who answered MAM_030 = (2, 7 or 8) or MAM_032 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 22 YES
2 597 NO
6 62256 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAM_038

Variable label: Had a hysterectomy

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 413 to 413, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mammography

Question text: Have you had a hysterectomy (in other words, has your uterus been removed)?

Universe for variable: Females aged 18 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1544 YES
2 4780 NO
6 56490 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 84 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOBRX

Variable label: Breast examinations - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 414 to 414, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6255 YES
2 56654 NO


Variable name(s): BRX_110

Variable label: Had breasts examined by a health professional

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 415 to 415, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Question text: Other than a mammogram, have you ever had your breasts examined for lumps (tumours, cysts) by a doctor or other health professional?

Universe for variable: Females aged 18 and over with DOBRX = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2234 YES
2 745 NO
6 59883 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 10 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 35 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_112

Variable label: Last time breasts examed for lumps

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 416 to 416, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Breast examination

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 481 LESS THAN 6 MONTHS AGO
2 657 6 MONTHS TO LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
3 513 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
4 294 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 255 5 YEARS OR MORE AGO
6 60628 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 34 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 47 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16A

Variable label: No breast exam: have not gotten around to it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 417 to 417, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 334 YES
2 896 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16B

Variable label: No breast exam: respondent didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 418 to 418, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 493 YES
2 737 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16C

Variable label: No breast exam: doctor didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 419 to 419, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: doctor did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 209 YES
2 1021 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16D

Variable label: No breast exam: personal or family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 420 to 420, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: personal or family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 1228 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16E

Variable label: No breast exam: not available when required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 421 to 421, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 20 YES
2 1210 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16F

Variable label: No breast exam: not available in the area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 422 to 422, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7, or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13 YES
2 1217 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16G

Variable label: No breast exam: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 423 to 423, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7 YES
2 1223 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16H

Variable label: No breast exam: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 424 to 424, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 1228 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16I

Variable label: No breast exam: language problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 425 to 425, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1 YES
2 1229 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16J

Variable label: No breast exam: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 426 to 426, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 2, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
2 1230 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16K

Variable label: No breast exam: did not know where to go

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 427 to 427, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9 YES
2 1221 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16L

Variable label: No breast exam: fear

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 428 to 428, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: fear (e.g., painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 30 YES
2 1200 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16N

Variable label: No breast exam: unable to leave the house

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 429 to 429, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4 YES
2 1226 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16O

Variable label: No breast exam: breast removed or mastectomy

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 430 to 430, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: breast removed or mastectomy?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9 YES
2 1221 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): BRX_16M

Variable label: No breast exam: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 431 to 431, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Breast examination

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had a breast exam in the past 2 years: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered BRX_110 = (2, 7 or 8) or BRX_112 = (4, 5, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 202 YES
2 1028 NO
6 61534 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 64 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 81 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOPSA

Variable label: Prostate cancer screening - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 432 to 432, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5185 YES
2 56091 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_170

Variable label: Ever had a PSA blood test (prostate cancer)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 433 to 433, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Question text: Have you ever had a prostate specific antigen test for prostate cancer, that is, a PSA blood test?

Universe for variable: Males aged 35 and over with DOPSA = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 902 YES
2 621 NO
6 61275 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 39 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 72 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_172

Variable label: Last time had PSA blood test

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 434 to 434, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_170 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 576 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 165 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 79 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 37 3 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 39 5 YEARS OR MORE AGO
6 61896 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 6 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 111 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_73A

Variable label: Had PSA test: family history of prostate cancer

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 435 to 435, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: family history of prostate cancer?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_170 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 55 YES
2 846 NO
6 61896 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 111 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_73B

Variable label: Had PSA test: regular check-up

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 436 to 436, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: part of regular check-up or routine screening?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_170 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 694 YES
2 207 NO
6 61896 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 111 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_73C

Variable label: Had PSA test: age

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 437 to 437, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: age?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_170 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 77 YES
2 824 NO
6 61896 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 111 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_73D

Variable label: Had PSA test: follow-up of problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 438 to 438, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: follow-up of problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_170 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 110 YES
2 791 NO
6 61896 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 111 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_73E

Variable label: Had PSA test: follow-up of prostate cancer treatment

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 439 to 439, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: follow-up of prostate cancer treatment?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_170 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 33 YES
2 868 NO
6 61896 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 111 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_73F

Variable label: Had PSA test: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 440 to 440, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question text: Why did you have it: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_170 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19 YES
2 882 NO
6 61896 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 111 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_174

Variable label: Had a digital rectal exam

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 441 to 441, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Question text: A Digital Rectal Exam is an exam in which a gloved finger is inserted into the rectum in order to feel the prostate gland. Have you ever had this exam?

Universe for variable: Males aged 35 and over with DOPSA = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 913 YES
2 642 NO
6 61275 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 72 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PSA_175

Variable label: Last time had a digital rectal exam

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 442 to 442, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Prostate cancer screening

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PSA_174 = (1, 7 or 8) or PSA_170 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 352 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 205 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 104 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 89 3 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 158 5 YEARS OR MORE AGO
6 61917 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 79 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOCCS

Variable label: Colorectal cancer screening - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 443 to 443, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 34422 YES
2 28487 NO


Variable name(s): CCS_180

Variable label: Had an FOBT test

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 444 to 444, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: An FOBT is a test to check for blood in your stool, where you have a bowel movement and use a stick to smear a small sample on a special card. Have you ever had this test?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 35 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9590 YES
2 13829 NO
6 38803 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 158 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 521 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_182

Variable label: Last time FOBT test done

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 445 to 446, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_180 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3318 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 2164 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 1228 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 909 3 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 922 5 YEARS TO LESS THAN 10 YEARS AGO
6 906 10 YEARS OR MORE AGO
96 52632 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 142 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_83A

Variable label: Had FOBT: family history

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 447 to 447, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: family history of colorectal cancer?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_180 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 519 YES
2 8911 NO
6 52632 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 159 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_83B

Variable label: Had FOBT: regular check-up

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 448 to 448, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: part of regular check-up or routine screening?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_180 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6638 YES
2 2792 NO
6 52632 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 159 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_83C

Variable label: Had FOBT: age

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 449 to 449, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: age?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_180 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 509 YES
2 8921 NO
6 52632 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 159 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_83D

Variable label: Had FOBT: follow-up of problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 450 to 450, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: follow-up of problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_180 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2024 YES
2 7406 NO
6 52632 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 159 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_83E

Variable label: Had FOBT: follow-up of treatment

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 451 to 451, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: follow-up of colorectal cancer treatment?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_180 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 64 YES
2 9366 NO
6 52632 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 159 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_83F

Variable label: Had FOBT: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 452 to 452, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_180 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 314 YES
2 9116 NO
6 52632 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 159 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_184

Variable label: Had colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 453 to 453, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: A colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy is when a tube is inserted into the rectum to view the bowel for early signs of cancer and other health problems. Have you ever had either of these exams?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 35 and over

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8207 YES
2 15280 NO
6 38803 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 88 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 529 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_185

Variable label: Last time had colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 454 to 455, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: When was the last time?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1730 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 1491 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 1305 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 1348 3 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
5 1255 5 YEARS TO LESS THAN 10 YEARS AGO
6 1013 10 YEARS OR MORE AGO
96 54083 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 65 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
99 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_86A

Variable label: Had colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy: family history

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 456 to 456, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: family history of colorectal cancer?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1254 YES
2 6862 NO
6 54083 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_86B

Variable label: Had colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy: regular check-up

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 457 to 457, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: part of regular check-up or routine screening?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3408 YES
2 4708 NO
6 54083 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_86C

Variable label: Had colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy: age

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 458 to 458, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: age?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 462 YES
2 7654 NO
6 54083 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_86D

Variable label: Had colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy: follow-up of problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 459 to 459, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: follow-up of problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3324 YES
2 4792 NO
6 54083 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_86E

Variable label: Had colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy: follow-up of treatment

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 460 to 460, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: follow-up of colorectal cancer treatment?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 175 YES
2 7941 NO
6 54083 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_86F

Variable label: Had colonoscopy/sigmoidoscopy: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 461 to 461, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply. If respondent says ''Doctor recommended it'' or ''I requested it'', probe for reason.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Why did you have it: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 299 YES
2 7817 NO
6 54083 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): CCS_187

Variable label: Colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy followed FOBT test

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 462 to 462, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Colorectal cancer screening

Question preamble: Now a few questions about various colorectal exams.

Question text: Was the colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy a follow-up of the results of an FOBT?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered CCS_184 = (1, 7 or 8) and CCS_180 = (1 or 7) or CCS_180 = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 935 YES
2 3694 NO
6 57383 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 244 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 652 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOEYX

Variable label: Eye examinations - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 463 to 463, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 23868 YES
2 37408 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_140

Variable label: Actually visited eye doctor in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 464 to 464, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Question text: It was reported earlier that you have "seen" or "talked to" an optometrist or ophthalmologist in the past 12 months. Did you actually visit one?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOEYX = 1 who answered HCU_02BB = (1, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10432 YES
2 180 NO
6 52001 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 290 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_142

Variable label: Last eye examination

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 465 to 465, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Eye examinations

Question text: When did you last have an eye examination?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOEYX = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11271 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 4450 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 2414 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 4302 3 OR MORE YEARS AGO
5 744 NEVER
6 39041 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 182 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 502 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46A

Variable label: No eye exam: not gotten around to it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 466 to 466, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1621 YES
2 5789 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46B

Variable label: No eye exam: respondent didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 467 to 467, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4657 YES
2 2753 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46C

Variable label: No eye exam: doctor didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 468 to 468, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: doctor did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 147 YES
2 7263 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46D

Variable label: No eye exam: personal or family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 469 to 469, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: personal and family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 35 YES
2 7375 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46E

Variable label: No eye exam: not available when required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 470 to 470, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 26 YES
2 7384 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46F

Variable label: No eye exam: not available in area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 471 to 471, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 22 YES
2 7388 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46G

Variable label: No eye exam: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 472 to 472, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8 YES
2 7402 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46H

Variable label: No eye exam: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 473 to 473, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 30 YES
2 7380 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46I

Variable label: No eye exam: language problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 474 to 474, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1 YES
2 7409 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46J

Variable label: No eye exam: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 475 to 475, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1022 YES
2 6388 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46K

Variable label: No eye exam: did not know where to go

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 476 to 476, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 23 YES
2 7387 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46L

Variable label: No eye exam: fear

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 477 to 477, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: fear (e.g., painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12 YES
2 7398 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46N

Variable label: No eye exam: health problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 478 to 478, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13 YES
2 7397 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): EYX_46M

Variable label: No eye exam: other reason

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 479 to 479, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Eye examinations

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not had an eye examination in the past 2 years: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered EYX_142 = (3, 4, 5, 7 or 8) or EYX_140 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 383 YES
2 7027 NO
6 54762 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 48 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 687 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DODEN

Variable label: Dental visits - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 480 to 480, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 24841 YES
2 36435 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_130

Variable label: Visited a dentist

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 481 to 481, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Question text: It was reported earlier that you have "seen" or "talked to" a dentist in the past 12 months. Did you actually visit one?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODEN = 1 who answered HCU_02EE = (1, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 16844 YES
2 88 NO
6 45664 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 312 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_132

Variable label: Last time visited a dentist

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 482 to 483, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7

Variable group: Dental visits

Question text: When was the last time that you went to a dentist?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODEN = 1 who answered DEN_130 = (2, 7, 8) or HCU_02EE = (2, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 16871 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 2318 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 1122 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 580 3 YEARS TO LESS THAN 4 YEARS AGO
5 505 4 YEARS TO LESS THAN 5 YEARS AGO
6 2590 5 YEARS OR MORE AGO
7 236 NEVER
96 38068 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 99 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 516 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36A

Variable label: No dental visit: have not gotten around to it

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 484 to 484, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: have not gotten around to it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 290 YES
2 3617 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36B

Variable label: No dental visit: respondent didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 485 to 485, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: respondent did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 989 YES
2 2918 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36C

Variable label: No dental visit: dentist didn't think necessary

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 486 to 486, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: dentist did not think it was necessary?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19 YES
2 3888 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36D

Variable label: No dental visit: personal or family responsibilities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 487 to 487, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: personal or family responsibilities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9 YES
2 3898 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36E

Variable label: No dental visit: not available when required

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 488 to 488, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: not available at time required?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10 YES
2 3897 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36F

Variable label: No dental visit: not available in the area

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 489 to 489, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: not available at all in the area?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7 YES
2 3900 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36G

Variable label: No dental visit: waiting time too long

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 490 to 490, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: waiting time was too long?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5 YES
2 3902 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36H

Variable label: No dental visit: transportation problems

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 491 to 491, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: transportation problems?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 18 YES
2 3889 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36I

Variable label: No dental visit: language problem

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 492 to 492, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: language problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2 YES
2 3905 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36J

Variable label: No dental visit: cost

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 493 to 493, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: cost?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 819 YES
2 3088 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36K

Variable label: No dental visit: did not know where to go

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 494 to 494, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: did not know where to go or uninformed?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9 YES
2 3898 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36L

Variable label: No dental visit: fear

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 495 to 495, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: fear (e.g., painful, embarrassing, find something wrong)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 168 YES
2 3739 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36M

Variable label: No dental visit: wears dentures

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 496 to 496, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: wears dentures?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1685 YES
2 2222 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36O

Variable label: No dental visit: unable to leave the house

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 497 to 497, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: unable to leave the house because of a health problem?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10 YES
2 3897 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DEN_36N

Variable label: No dental visit: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 498 to 498, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Dental visits

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What are the reasons that you have not been to a dentist in the past 3 years: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DEN_132 = (4, 5, 6, 7, 97, or 98) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 202 YES
2 3705 NO
6 58379 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 619 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOOH2

Variable label: Oral health 2 - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 499 to 499, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 22499 YES
2 38777 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_10

Variable label: Frequency usually visits the dentist

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 500 to 500, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Oral health 2

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question text: Do you usually visit the dentist more than once a year for checkups, about once a year for checkups, less than once a year for checkups, or only for emergency care?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1 excluding those who answered DEN_132 = 7

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8903 MORE THAN ONCE A YEAR FOR CHECK-UPS
2 6862 ABOUT ONCE A YEAR FOR CHECK-UPS
3 1216 LESS THAN ONCE A YEAR FOR CHECK-UPS
4 4662 ONLY FOR EMERGENCY CARE
6 40617 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 154 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 45 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 450 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_11

Variable label: Insurance for dental expenses

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 501 to 501, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: Do you have insurance that covers all or part of your dental expenses?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13313 YES
2 8267 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 263 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_11A

Variable label: Type of dental insurance plan: government-sponsored

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 502 to 502, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: Is it a government-sponsored plan?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered OH2_11 = (1, 7 or 8) or OH2_10 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1525 YES
2 11512 NO
6 48677 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 273 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 919 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_11B

Variable label: Type of dental insurance plan: employer-sponsored

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 503 to 503, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: Is it an employer-sponsored plan?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered OH2_11 = (1, 7 or 8) or OH2_10 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10678 YES
2 2359 NO
6 48677 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 273 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 919 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_11C

Variable label: Type of dental insurance plan: private

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 504 to 504, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: Is it a private plan?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered OH2_11 = (1, 7 or 8) or OH2_10 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 963 YES
2 12074 NO
6 48677 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 273 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 919 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_12

Variable label: Teeth removed by dentist in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 505 to 505, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you had any teeth removed by a dentist?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1 who answered DEN_130 = (1, 7 or 8) or DEN_132 = (1, 97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1843 YES
2 13593 NO
6 46900 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 15 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 556 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_13

Variable label: Had teeth removed by dentist due to decay or gum disease in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 506 to 506, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: In the past 12 months, were any teeth removed because of decay or gum disease?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1 who answered OH2_12 = (1, 7 or 8) or OH2_10 = (7 or 8) and (DEN_130 = 1 or DEN_132 = 1) or DEN_130 = (7 or 8) or DEN_132 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 874 YES
2 943 NO
6 60493 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 26 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 573 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_20

Variable label: Has one or more of own teeth

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 507 to 507, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: Do you have one or more of your own teeth?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19872 YES
2 1959 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 18 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_21

Variable label: Wears dentures

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 508 to 508, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question text: Do you wear dentures or false teeth?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5079 YES
2 16766 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_22

Variable label: Because of condition of mouth has difficulty speaking clearly

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 509 to 509, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now we have some additional questions about oral health, that is the health of your teeth and mouth.

Question text: Because of the condition of your teeth, mouth or dentures, do you have difficulty pronouncing any words or speaking clearly?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 622 YES
2 21219 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 6 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_23

Variable label: Avoided conversation or contact because of condition of mouth

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 510 to 510, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Oral health 2

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now we have some additional questions about oral health, that is the health of your teeth and mouth.

Question text: In the past 12 months, how often have you avoided conversation or contact with other people, because of the condition of your teeth, mouth or dentures: often, sometimes, rarely, or never?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 88 OFTEN
2 289 SOMETIMES
3 393 RARELY
4 21065 NEVER
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_24

Variable label: Avoided laughing or smiling because of condition of mouth

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 511 to 511, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now we have some additional questions about oral health, that is the health of your teeth and mouth.

Question text: In the past 12 months, how often have you avoided laughing or smiling, because of the condition of your teeth, mouth or dentures?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 217 OFTEN
2 437 SOMETIMES
3 396 RARELY
4 20787 NEVER
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_25A

Variable label: Had a toothache in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 512 to 512, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: In the past month, have you had a toothache?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1952 YES
2 19871 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 16 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_25B

Variable label: Teeth sensitive to hot or cold in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 513 to 513, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: In the past month, were your teeth sensitive to hot or cold food or drinks?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5721 YES
2 16099 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 16 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 14 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_25C

Variable label: Had pain in or around the jaw joints in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 514 to 514, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: In the past month, have you had pain in or around the jaw joints?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1828 YES
2 20005 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 13 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_25D

Variable label: Had other pain in or around the mouth or face in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 515 to 515, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: In the past month, have you had other pain in the mouth or face?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1242 YES
2 20595 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 10 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_25E

Variable label: Had bleeding gums in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 516 to 516, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: In the past month, have you had bleeding gums?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2052 YES
2 19784 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_25F

Variable label: Had dry mouth in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 517 to 517, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: In the past month, have you had dry mouth?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2790 YES
2 19042 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_25G

Variable label: Had bad breath in the past month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 518 to 518, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: In the past month, have you had bad breath?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2438 YES
2 19133 NO
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 273 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 649 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2_30

Variable label: Frequency brushes teeth

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 519 to 520, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Oral health 2

Question preamble: Now some questions about the health of your teeth and mouth during the past month.

Question text: How often do you brush your teeth?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered OH2_20 = (1, 7 or 8) or OH2_10 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4262 MORE THAN TWICE A DAY
2 11981 TWICE A DAY
3 3260 ONCE A DAY
4 226 LESS THAN ONCE A DAY, MORE THAN ONCE A WEEK
5 44 ONCE A WEEK
6 70 LESS THAN ONCE A WEEK
96 42385 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 15 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 14 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 652 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2FLIM

Variable label: Limited socially due to oral health status - 12 months - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 521 to 521, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1.

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 758 SOCIAL LIMITATION DUE TO ORAL HEALTH
2 21074 NO SOCIAL LIMITATION DUE TO ORAL HEALTH
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 667 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): OH2FOFP

Variable label: Oral or facial pain - Past month - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 522 to 522, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Oral health 2

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOOH2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9895 HAS EXPERIENCED ANY PAIN OR DISCOMFORT
2 11802 HAS NOT EXPERIENCED PAIN OR DISCOMFORT
6 40410 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 802 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOFDC

Variable label: Food choices - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 523 to 523, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13613 YES
2 47663 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_1A

Variable label: Chooses or avoids foods: concerned about body weight

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 524 to 524, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you choose certain foods or avoid others because you are concerned about your body weight?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6965 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 6339 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 55 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 250 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_1B

Variable label: Chooses or avoids foods: concerned about heart disease

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 525 to 525, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you choose certain foods or avoid others because you are concerned about heart disease?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5842 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 7445 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 17 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_1C

Variable label: Chooses or avoids foods: concerned about cancer

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 526 to 526, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you choose certain foods or avoid others because you are concerned about cancer?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4627 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 8658 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 18 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_1D

Variable label: Chooses or avoids foods: concerned about osteoporosis

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 527 to 527, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: (Do you choose certain foods or avoid others) because you are concerned about osteoporosis (brittle bones)?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3527 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 9755 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 22 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_2A

Variable label: Reason to choose foods: lower fat content

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 528 to 528, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you choose certain foods because of the lower fat content?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9068 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 4222 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_2B

Variable label: Reason to choose foods: fibre content

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 529 to 529, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you choose certain foods because of the fibre content?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8071 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 5213 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 19 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_2C

Variable label: Reason to choose foods: calcium content

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 530 to 530, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you choose certain foods because of the calcium content?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6426 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 6860 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 17 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_3A

Variable label: Reason to avoid foods: fat content

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 531 to 531, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you avoid certain foods because of the fat content?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9292 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 4002 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_3B

Variable label: Reason to avoid foods: type of fat

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 532 to 532, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you avoid certain foods because of the type of fat they contain?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8124 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 5140 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 39 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_3C

Variable label: Reason to avoid foods: salt content

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 533 to 533, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you avoid certain foods because of the salt content?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7822 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 5465 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 16 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_3D

Variable label: Reason to avoid foods: cholesterol content

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 534 to 534, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you avoid certain foods because of the cholesterol content?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7144 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 6130 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 29 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDC_3E

Variable label: Reason to avoid foods: calorie content

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 535 to 535, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Question preamble: Now, some questions about the foods you eat.

Question text: Do you avoid certain foods because of the calorie content?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7016 YES (OR SOMETIMES)
2 6272 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 15 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDCFAVD

Variable label: Avoids foods for content reasons - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 536 to 536, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10666 YES
2 2627 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 320 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDCFCAH

Variable label: Chooses or avoids foods because of certain health concerns - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 537 to 537, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8724 YES
2 4571 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 318 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FDCFCHO

Variable label: Chooses foods for content reasons - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 538 to 538, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Food choices

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOFDC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10175 YES
2 3115 NO
6 49296 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 323 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCDJUI

Variable label: Daily consumption - fruit juice - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 539 to 543, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 20.0, Mean: 0.789, Standard deviation: 0.9656

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
999.9 1935 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCDFRU

Variable label: Daily consumption - fruit - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 544 to 548, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 20.0, Mean: 1.408, Standard deviation: 1.2224

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
999.9 2095 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCDSAL

Variable label: Daily consumption - green salad - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 549 to 553, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 14.0, Mean: 0.520, Standard deviation: 0.5068

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
999.9 2154 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCDPOT

Variable label: Daily consumption - potatoes - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 554 to 558, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 12.0, Mean: 0.397, Standard deviation: 0.4340

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
999.9 2050 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCDCAR

Variable label: Daily consumption - carrots - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 559 to 563, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 12.0, Mean: 0.384, Standard deviation: 0.4385

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
999.9 2346 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCDVEG

Variable label: Daily consumption - other vegetables - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 564 to 568, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 20.0, Mean: 1.366, Standard deviation: 1.1969

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
999.9 2811 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCDTOT

Variable label: Daily consumption - total fruits and vegetables - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 569 to 573, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 34.6, Mean: 4.870, Standard deviation: 2.6123

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code    Frequency  Content
999.9 3988 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): FVCGTOT

Variable label: Daily consumption - total fruits and vegetables - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 574 to 574, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Fruit and vegetable consumption

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 34085 LESS THAN 5 TIMES OR SERVINGS PER DAY
2 22463 5 TO 10 TIMES OR SERVINGS PER DAY
3 2373 MORE THAN 10 TIMES OR SERVINGS PER DAY
9 3988 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1A

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: walking for exercise

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 575 to 575, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: walking for exercise?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 43770 YES
2 17864 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1B

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: gardening or yard work

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 576 to 576, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: gardening or yard work?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 29753 YES
2 31881 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1C

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: swimming

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 577 to 577, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: swimming?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13762 YES
2 47872 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1D

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: bicycling

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 578 to 578, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: bicycling?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12851 YES
2 48783 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1E

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: popular or social dance

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 579 to 579, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: popular or social dance?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10046 YES
2 51588 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1F

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: home exercises

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 580 to 580, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: home exercises?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 22124 YES
2 39510 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1G

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: ice hockey

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 581 to 581, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: ice hockey?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3261 YES
2 58373 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1H

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: ice skating

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 582 to 582, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: ice skating?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3994 YES
2 57640 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1I

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: in-line skating or rollerblading

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 583 to 583, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: in-line skating or rollerblading?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1968 YES
2 59666 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1J

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: jogging or running

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 584 to 584, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: jogging or running?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 12089 YES
2 49545 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1K

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: golfing

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 585 to 585, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: golfing?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6102 YES
2 55532 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1L

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: exercise class or aerobics

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 586 to 586, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: exercise class or aerobics?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6701 YES
2 54933 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1M

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: downhill skiing or snowboarding

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 587 to 587, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: downhill skiing or snowboarding?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2641 YES
2 58993 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1N

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: bowling

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 588 to 588, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: bowling?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5558 YES
2 56076 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1O

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: baseball or softball

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 589 to 589, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: baseball or softball?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3151 YES
2 58483 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1P

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: tennis

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 590 to 590, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: tennis?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2064 YES
2 59570 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1Q

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: weight-training

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 591 to 591, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: weight-training?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9957 YES
2 51677 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1R

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: fishing

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 592 to 592, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: fishing?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 6884 YES
2 54750 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1S

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: volleyball

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 593 to 593, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: volleyball?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3520 YES
2 58114 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1T

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: basketball

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 594 to 594, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: basketball?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4177 YES
2 57457 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1Z

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: soccer

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 595 to 595, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: soccer?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4880 YES
2 56754 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1U

Variable label: Activity in past 3 months: other physical activity (#1)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 596 to 596, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: other activity?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8082 YES
2 53552 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1V

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: no physical activity

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 597 to 597, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: Have you done any of the following in the past 3 months: no physical activity?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5334 YES
2 56300 NO
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1W

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: other physical activity (#2)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 598 to 598, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, did you do any other physical activity for leisure: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1U = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1479 YES
2 6602 NO
6 53552 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_1X

Variable label: Activity in the past 3 months: other physical activity (#3)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 599 to 599, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, did you do any other physical activity for leisure: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1W = (1, 7 or 8) or PAC_1U = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 307 YES
2 1170 NO
6 60154 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1277 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2A

Variable label: Number of times: walking for exercise

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 600 to 602, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 270, Mean: 48.86, Standard deviation: 38.666

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: walking for exercise?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 17864 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 420 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 21 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3A

Variable label: Average time spent: walking for exercise

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 603 to 603, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: walking for exercise?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4177 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 16905 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 16654 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 5465 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 17864 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 127 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1716 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2B

Variable label: Number of times: gardening or yard work

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 604 to 606, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 22.44, Standard deviation: 24.553

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: gardening or yard work?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1B = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 31881 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 481 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3B

Variable label: Average time spent: gardening or yard work

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 607 to 607, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: gardening or yard work?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1B = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1541 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 5859 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 8961 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 12796 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 31881 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 109 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1762 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2C

Variable label: Number of times: swimming

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 608 to 610, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 13.47, Standard deviation: 17.609

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: swimming?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1C = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 47872 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 80 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3C

Variable label: Average time spent: swimming

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 611 to 611, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: swimming?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1C = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 799 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 2980 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 5240 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 4647 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 47872 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 15 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1356 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2D

Variable label: Number of times: bicycling

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 612 to 614, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 200, Mean: 20.01, Standard deviation: 25.068

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: bicycling?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1D = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 48783 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 104 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3D

Variable label: Average time spent: bicycling

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 615 to 615, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: bicycling?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1D = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1053 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 3866 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 4365 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 3427 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 48783 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1386 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2E

Variable label: Number of times: popular or social dance

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 616 to 618, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 8.45, Standard deviation: 13.485

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: popular or social dance?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1E = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 51588 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 70 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3E

Variable label: Average time spent: popular or social dance

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 619 to 619, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: popular or social dance?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1E = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 521 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 949 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1933 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 6535 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 51588 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 35 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1347 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2F

Variable label: Number of times: home exercises

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 620 to 622, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 38.14, Standard deviation: 30.221

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: home exercises?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1F = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 39510 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 232 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3F

Variable label: Average time spent: home exercises

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 623 to 623, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: home exercises?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1F = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4525 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 9733 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 6163 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 1437 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 39510 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 24 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1516 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACG2G

Variable label: Number of times: ice hockey - (G)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 624 to 626, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 16.04, Standard deviation: 16.712

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1G = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 58373 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 1289 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3G

Variable label: Average time spent: ice hockey

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 627 to 627, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: ice hockey?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1G = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 23 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 88 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1007 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 2127 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 58373 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1289 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2H

Variable label: Number of times: ice skating

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 628 to 630, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 90, Mean: 6.50, Standard deviation: 9.679

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: ice skating?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1H = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 57640 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 22 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3H

Variable label: Average time spent: ice skating

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 631 to 631, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: ice skating?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1H = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 80 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 493 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1865 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 1527 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 57640 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1300 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2I

Variable label: Number of times: in-line skating or rollerblading

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 632 to 634, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 10.03, Standard deviation: 15.518

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: in-line skating or roller blading?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1I = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 59666 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3I

Variable label: Average time spent: in-line skating or rollerblading

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 635 to 635, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: in-line skating or roller blading?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1I = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 118 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 547 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 757 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 532 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 59666 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1287 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2J

Variable label: Number of times: jogging or running

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 636 to 638, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 23.59, Standard deviation: 22.768

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: jogging or running?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1J = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 49545 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 110 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3J

Variable label: Average time spent: jogging or running

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 639 to 639, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: jogging or running?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1J = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1821 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 5270 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 3921 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 935 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 49545 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 26 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1391 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2K

Variable label: Number of times: golfing

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 640 to 642, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 9.38, Standard deviation: 13.178

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: golfing?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1K = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 55532 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3K

Variable label: Average time spent: golfing

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 643 to 643, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: golfing?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1K = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 20 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 66 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 185 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 5814 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 55532 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1289 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2L

Variable label: Number of times: exercise class or aerobics

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 644 to 646, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 21.35, Standard deviation: 18.439

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: exercise class or aerobics?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1L = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 54933 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 32 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3L

Variable label: Average time spent: exercise class or aerobics

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 647 to 647, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: exercise class or aerobics?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1L = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 178 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 904 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 3847 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 1734 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 54933 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1312 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2M

Variable label: Number of times: downhill skiing or snowboarding

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 648 to 650, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 98, Mean: 5.58, Standard deviation: 8.629

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: downhill skisnowboarding?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1M = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 58993 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3M

Variable label: Average time spent: downhill skiing or snowboarding

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 651 to 651, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: downhill skiing or snowboarding?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1M = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 26 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 54 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 2539 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 58993 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 1289 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2N

Variable label: Number of times: bowling

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 652 to 654, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 4.32, Standard deviation: 6.536

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: bowling?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1N = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 56076 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3N

Variable label: Average time spent: bowling

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 655 to 655, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: bowling?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1N = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 33 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 119 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1193 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 4191 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 56076 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1290 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2O

Variable label: Number of times: baseball or softball

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 656 to 658, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 9.54, Standard deviation: 12.617

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: baseball or softball?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1O = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 58483 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 30 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3O

Variable label: Average time spent: baseball or softball

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 659 to 659, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: baseball or softball?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1O = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 41 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 230 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 699 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 2148 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 58483 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1305 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2P

Variable label: Number of times: tennis

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 660 to 662, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 8.15, Standard deviation: 11.975

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: tennis?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1P = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 59570 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 13 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3P

Variable label: Average time spent: tennis

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 663 to 663, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: tennis?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1P = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 49 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 239 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 761 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 999 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 59570 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1288 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2Q

Variable label: Number of times: weight-training

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 664 to 666, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 29.32, Standard deviation: 22.959

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: weight-training?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1Q = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 51677 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 56 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3Q

Variable label: Average time spent: weight-training

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 667 to 667, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: weight-training?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1Q = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1420 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 3350 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 3501 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 1617 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 51677 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 8 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1335 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2R

Variable label: Number of times: fishing

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 668 to 670, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 7.02, Standard deviation: 10.679

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: fishing?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1R = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 54750 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 30 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3R

Variable label: Average time spent: fishing

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 671 to 671, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: fishing?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1R = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 50 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 146 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 476 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 6174 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 54750 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1306 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2S

Variable label: Number of times: volleyball

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 672 to 674, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 10.42, Standard deviation: 13.578

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: volleyball?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1S = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 58114 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 25 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3S

Variable label: Average time spent: volleyball

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 675 to 675, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: volleyball?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1S = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 65 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 461 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1312 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 1652 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 58114 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1302 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2T

Variable label: Number of times: basketball

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 676 to 678, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 92, Mean: 13.95, Standard deviation: 18.233

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: basketball?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1T = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 57457 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 41 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3T

Variable label: Average time spent: basketball

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 679 to 679, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: basketball?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1T = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 188 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 868 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1527 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 1548 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 57457 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1316 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2Z

Variable label: Number of times: soccer

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 680 to 682, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 12.34, Standard deviation: 15.599

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: soccer?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1Z = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 56754 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 27 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3Z

Variable label: Average time spent: soccer

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 683 to 683, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: soccer?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1Z = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 171 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 763 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1705 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 2210 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 56754 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1303 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2U

Variable label: Number of times: other physical activity (#1)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 684 to 686, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 200, Mean: 20.73, Standard deviation: 23.901

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1U = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 53552 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 45 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3U

Variable label: Average time spent: other physical activity (#1)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 687 to 687, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1U = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 302 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 822 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1976 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 4927 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 53552 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1323 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2W

Variable label: Number of times: other physical activity (#2)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 688 to 690, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 200, Mean: 14.97, Standard deviation: 19.796

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times did you [participate in identified activity]: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1W = (1, 7 or 8) or PAC_10 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 60154 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1277 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3W

Variable label: Average time spent: other physical activity (#2)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 691 to 691, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1W = (1, 7 or 8) or PAC_1U = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 67 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 158 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 366 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 878 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 60154 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1285 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_2X

Variable label: Number of times: other physical activity (#3)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 692 to 694, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 200, Mean: 14.36, Standard deviation: 22.602

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: In the past 3 months, how many times [did you participate in identified activity]: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1X = (1, 7 or 8) or PAC_1U = (7 or 8) or PAC_10 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 61324 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 1278 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_3X

Variable label: Average time spent: other physical activity (#3)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 695 to 695, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask you about some of your physical activities. To begin with, I'll be dealing with physical activities not related to work, that is, leisure time activities.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion: other physical activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1X = (1, 7 or 8) or PAC_1W = (7 or 8) or PAC_1U = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 17 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 19 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 70 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 201 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 61324 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 1278 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_7

Variable label: Walked to work or school in the past 3 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 696 to 696, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: The last questions were about leisure time activities. Next, some questions about walking and bicycling that you do only as a way of getting to and from work or school.

Question text: [Other than the ( X ) times you already reported walking for exercise was there any other time / Was there any time] in the past 3 months when you walked to and from work or school?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8879 YES
2 30918 NO
3 21770 DOES NOT WORK OR GO TO SCHOOL
7 58 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_7A

Variable label: Number of times in the past 3 months walked to work or school

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 697 to 699, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 270, Mean: 46.08, Standard deviation: 42.325

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: The last questions were about leisure time activities. Next, some questions about walking and bicycling that you do only as a way of getting to and from work or school.

Question text: How many times?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_7 = (1, 7, 8) or PAC_1n = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 52688 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 107 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 13 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1342 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_7B

Variable label: Time spent: walking to go work or school

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 700 to 700, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Include both walking to and from work and school, if both apply.

Question preamble: The last questions were about leisure time activities. Next, some questions about walking and bicycling that you do only as a way of getting to and from work or school.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_7 = (1, 7, 8) or PAC_1n = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3691 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 3136 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 1470 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 455 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 52688 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1462 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_8

Variable label: Bicycled to work or school in the past 3 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 701 to 701, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: The last questions were about leisure time activities. Next, some questions about walking and bicycling that you do only as a way of getting to and from work or school.

Question text: [Other than the (X) times you already reported bicycling was there any other time / Was there any other time] in the past 3 months when you bicycled to and from work or school?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1860 YES
2 37536 NO
3 22196 DOES NOT WORK OR GO TO SCHOOL
7 33 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_8A

Variable label: Number of times in the past 3 months bicycled to work or school

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 702 to 704, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 180, Mean: 23.38, Standard deviation: 27.324

Variable group: Physical activities

Question preamble: The last questions were about leisure time activities. Next, some questions about walking and bicycling that you do only as a way of getting to and from work or school.

Question text: How many times?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_8 = (1, 7, 8) or PAC_1n = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
996 59732 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 39 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 1317 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PAC_8B

Variable label: Time spent: bicycling to go work or school

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 705 to 705, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Physical activities

Instructions to interviewer: Include both bicycling to and from work and school, if both apply.

Question preamble: The last questions were about leisure time activities. Next, some questions about walking and bicycling that you do only as a way of getting to and from work or school.

Question text: About how much time did you spend on each occasion?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_8 = (1, 7, 8) or PAC_1n = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 814 1 TO 15 MINUTES
2 544 16 TO 30 MINUTES
3 331 31 TO 60 MINUTES
4 129 MORE THAN 1 HOUR
6 59732 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1358 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACDEE

Variable label: Daily energy expenditure - Leisure physical activities - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 706 to 709, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 36.2, Mean: 2.227, Standard deviation: 2.4271

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
99.9 1285 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACFLEI

Variable label: Participant in leisure physical activity - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 710 to 710, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 56300 YES
2 5334 NO
9 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACDFM

Variable label: Monthly frequency of physical activities lasting over 15 minutes - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 711 to 713, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 315, Mean: 26.39, Standard deviation: 25.172

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
999 1285 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACDFR

Variable label: Frequency of all physical activity lasting over 15 minutes - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 714 to 714, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 41170 REGULAR
2 8790 OCCASIONAL
3 11664 INFREQUENT
9 1285 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACFD

Variable label: Participant in daily physical activity lasting over 15 minutes - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 715 to 715, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 24356 YES
2 37268 NO
9 1285 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACDPAI

Variable label: Leisure physical activity index - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 716 to 716, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 16777 ACTIVE
2 15321 MODERATELY ACTIVE
3 29536 INACTIVE
9 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACDLTI

Variable label: Leisure and transportation physical activity index - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 717 to 717, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 17362 ACTIVE
2 15499 MODERATELY ACTIVE
3 28317 INACTIVE
9 1731 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACDTLE

Variable label: Daily energy expenditure on transportation and leisure physical activity - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 718 to 721, Decimals: 1

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0.0, Maximum: 37.2, Mean: 2.297, Standard deviation: 2.4640

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
.0 6062 NO PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
99.9 1740 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): PACFLTI

Variable label: Participant in leisure or transportation physical activity - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 722 to 722, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Physical activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 56678 YES
2 4956 NO
9 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOSAC

Variable label: Sedentary activities module - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 723 to 723, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Sedentary activities

Universe for variable: Questions for this module were not asked in proxy interviews. Proxy interviews were coded as "not stated", which mostly explains the higher proportion of this category compared to modules where proxy was allowed.

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 13077 YES
2 48199 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): SACG1

Variable label: Number of hours on a computer in the past 3 months - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 724 to 725, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7

Variable group: Sedentary activities

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSAC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3297 NONE OR LESS THAN 1 HOUR
2 2194 1 TO 2 HOURS
3 1924 3 TO 5 HOURS
4 2572 6 TO 10 HOURS
5 1128 11 TO 14 HOURS
6 506 15 TO 20 HOURS
7 1093 MORE THAN 20 HOURS
96 49832 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 363 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SACG2

Variable label: Number of hours playing video games in the past 3 months - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 726 to 727, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7

Variable group: Sedentary activities

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 25 or less and DOSAC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1106 NONE OR LESS THAN 1 HOUR
2 371 1 TO 2 HOURS
3 234 3 TO 5 HOURS
4 212 6 TO 10 HOURS
5 94 11 TO 14 HOURS
6 55 15 TO 20 HOURS
7 86 MORE THAN 20 HOURS
96 60656 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 95 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SACG3

Variable label: Number of hours watching tv or videos in the past 3 months - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 728 to 729, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Sedentary activities

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSAC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 663 NONE OR LESS THAN 1 HOUR
2 951 1 TO 2 HOURS
3 1648 3 TO 5 HOURS
4 3014 6 TO 10 HOURS
5 2426 11 TO 14 HOURS
6 1034 15 TO 20 HOURS
7 1377 21 TO 25 HOURS
8 797 26 TO 30 HOURS
9 708 MORE THAN 30 HRS
96 49832 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 459 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SACG4

Variable label: Number of hours reading in the past 3 months - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 730 to 731, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7

Variable group: Sedentary activities

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSAC = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1874 NONE OR LESS THAN 1 HOUR
2 2483 1 TO 2 HOURS
3 2692 3 TO 5 HOURS
4 3230 6 TO 10 HOURS
5 1169 11 TO 14 HOURS
6 494 15 TO 20 HOURS
7 650 MORE THAN 20 HOURS
96 49832 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 485 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SACDTOT

Variable label: Total number hours of sedentary activities in the past 3 months - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 732 to 733, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 10

Variable group: Sedentary activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 314 LESS THAN 5 HOURS
2 1015 5 TO 9 HOURS
3 1572 10 TO 14 HOURS
4 1679 15 TO 19 HOURS
5 1831 20 TO 24 HOURS
6 1674 25 TO 29 HOURS
7 979 30 TO 34 HOURS
8 1110 35 TO 39 HOURS
9 726 40 TO 44 HOURS
10 1617 45 OR MORE HOURS
96 49832 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 560 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SACDTER

Variable label: Total number of hours of weekly (excluding reading) sedentary activities - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 734 to 735, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 10

Variable group: Sedentary activities

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 944 LESS THAN 5 HOURS
2 1830 5 TO 9 HOURS
3 2400 10 TO 14 HOURS
4 1547 15 TO 19 HOURS
5 2005 20 TO 24 HOURS
6 1353 25 TO 29 HOURS
7 574 30 TO 34 HOURS
8 715 35 TO 39 HOURS
9 487 40 TO 44 HOURS
10 756 45 OR MORE HOURS
96 49832 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 466 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOUPE

Variable label: Use of protective equipment - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 736 to 736, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62909 YES


Variable name(s): UPE_01A

Variable label: Done any bicycling in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 737 to 737, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you done any bicycling?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1 = (1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23) or PAC_8 = 2

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8699 YES
2 39700 NO
6 13238 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 29 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 18 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1225 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_01

Variable label: Frequency wears helmet while bicycling

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 738 to 738, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: When riding a bicycle, how often do you wear a helmet: always, most of the time, rarely, or never?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOUPE = 1 who answered PAC_1D = (1, 7, 8) or PAC_8 = (1, 7, 8) or UPE_01A = 1.

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8101 ALWAYS
2 1955 MOST OF THE TIME
3 1910 RARELY
4 9925 NEVER
6 39700 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 38 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1272 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_02

Variable label: Done any in-line skating in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 739 to 739, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you done any in-line skating or rollerblading?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1 = (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2186 YES
2 57488 NO
6 1968 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 23 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1243 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_02A

Variable label: Frequency wears helmet while in-line skating

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 740 to 740, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: When in-line skating or rollerblading, how often do you wear a helmet?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOUPE = 1 who answered PAC_1I = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1110 ALWAYS
2 281 MOST OF THE TIME
3 383 RARELY
4 2376 NEVER
6 57488 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1267 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_02B

Variable label: Frequency wears wrist guards while in-line skating

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 741 to 741, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: How often do you wear wrist guards or wrist protectors?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOUPE = 1 who answered PAC_1I = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 827 ALWAYS
2 153 MOST OF THE TIME
3 221 RARELY
4 2951 NEVER
6 57488 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1267 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_02C

Variable label: Frequency wears elbow pads while in-line skating

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 742 to 742, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: How often do you wear elbow pads?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOUPE = 1 who answered PAC_1I = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 442 ALWAYS
2 119 MOST OF THE TIME
3 198 RARELY
4 3390 NEVER
6 57488 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1267 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_02D

Variable label: Frequency wears knee pads while in-line skating

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 743 to 743, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: How often do you wear knee pads?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1 = 9 or UPE_2 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 526 ALWAYS
2 142 MOST OF THE TIME
3 197 RARELY
4 3286 NEVER
6 57488 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1267 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_03A

Variable label: Downhill skiing or snowboarding in the past 3 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 744 to 744, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: Earlier, you mentioned going downhill skiing or snowboarding in the past 3 months. Was that downhill skiing only, snowboarding only, or both?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOUPE = 1 who answered PAC_1M = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1474 DOWNHILL SKIING ONLY
2 990 SNOWBOARDING ONLY
3 173 BOTH DOWNHILL SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING
6 58993 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1275 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_03B

Variable label: Downhill skiing or snowboarding in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 745 to 745, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: In the past 12 months, did you do any downhill skiing or snowboarding: downhill skiing only, snowboarding only, both, or neither?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOUPE = 1 who answered PAC_1M = (2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2501 DOWNHILL SKIING ONLY
2 1397 SNOWBOARDING ONLY
3 287 BOTH DOWNHILL SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING
4 54816 NEITHER DOWNHILL SKIING NOR SNOWBOARDING
6 2641 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 22 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1243 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_04A

Variable label: Frequency wears helmet while downhill skiing

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 746 to 746, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: When downhill skiing, how often do you wear a helmet: always, most of the time, rarely, or never?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered UPE_03A = (1, 3, 7 or 8) or UPE_03B = (1, 3, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2174 ALWAYS
2 124 MOST OF THE TIME
3 171 RARELY
4 1962 NEVER
6 57203 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1271 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_05A

Variable label: Frequency wears helmet while snowboarding

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 747 to 747, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: When snowboarding, how often do you wear a helmet?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered UPE_03A = (2, 3, 7 or 8) or UPE_03B = (2, 3, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1565 ALWAYS
2 196 MOST OF THE TIME
3 175 RARELY
4 909 NEVER
6 58791 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1271 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_05B

Variable label: Frequency wears wrist guards while snowboarding

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 748 to 748, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: How often do you wear wrist guards or wrist protectors?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered UPE_03A = (2, 3, 7 or 8) or UPE_03B = (2, 3, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 158 ALWAYS
2 52 MOST OF THE TIME
3 98 RARELY
4 2539 NEVER
6 58791 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 1271 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_06

Variable label: Has done skateboarding in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 749 to 749, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you done any skateboarding?

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 12 to 19 with DOUPE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1020 YES
2 6003 NO
6 55679 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 203 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_06A

Variable label: Frequency wears helmet while skateboarding

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 750 to 750, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: How often do you wear a helmet: always, most of the time, rarely, or never?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered UPE_06 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 233 ALWAYS
2 97 MOST OF THE TIME
3 115 RARELY
4 575 NEVER
6 61682 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 207 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_06B

Variable label: Frequency wears wrist guards while skateboarding

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 751 to 751, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: How often do you wear wrist guards or wrist protectors?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered UPE_06 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 35 ALWAYS
2 27 MOST OF THE TIME
3 62 RARELY
4 895 NEVER
6 61682 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 207 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_06C

Variable label: Frequency wears elbow pads while skateboarding

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 752 to 752, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: How often do you wear elbow pads?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered UPE_06 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 40 ALWAYS
2 23 MOST OF THE TIME
3 62 RARELY
4 895 NEVER
6 61682 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 207 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_07

Variable label: Played ice hockey in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 753 to 753, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you played any ice hockey?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1 = (1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2132 YES
2 56249 NO
6 3261 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 22 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1242 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPE_07A

Variable label: Frequency wears mouth guard while playing ice hockey

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 754 to 754, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now a few questions about precautions you take while participating in some physical activities.

Question text: When playing ice hockey, how often do you wear a mouth guard?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered PAC_1 = 7 or UPE_7 = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1177 ALWAYS
2 289 MOST OF THE TIME
3 311 RARELY
4 3612 NEVER
6 56249 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 1268 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPEFILS

Variable label: Wears all protective equipment while in-line skating - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 755 to 755, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOUPE = 1 who answered PAC_1I = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 319 YES
2 3833 NO
6 57488 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 1269 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPEFSKB

Variable label: Wears all protective equipment while skateboarding - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 756 to 756, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 12 to 19 who answered UPE_06 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 36 YES
2 984 NO
6 61682 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 207 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): UPEFSNB

Variable label: Wears all protective equipment while snowboarding - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 757 to 757, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Use of protective equipment

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered UPE_03A = (2, 3, 7 or 8) or UPE_03B = (2, 3, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 182 YES
2 2665 NO
6 58791 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 1271 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOSSB

Variable label: Sun safety behaviours - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 758 to 758, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 14586 YES
2 46690 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_01

Variable label: Sunburnt in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 759 to 759, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: The next few questions are about exposure to the sun and sunburns. Sunburn is defined as any reddening or discomfort of the skin, that lasts longer than 12 hours after exposure to the sun or other UV sources, such as tanning beds or sun lamps.

Question text: In the past 12 months, has any part of your body been sunburnt?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSSB = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4934 YES
2 9371 NO
6 48323 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 269 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_02

Variable label: Sunburns involved blistering

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 760 to 760, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: The next few questions are about exposure to the sun and sunburns. Sunburn is defined as any reddening or discomfort of the skin, that lasts longer than 12 hours after exposure to the sun or other UV sources, such as tanning beds or sun lamps.

Question text: Did any of your sunburns involve blistering?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 403 YES
2 4528 NO
6 57694 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 281 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_03

Variable label: Sunburns involved pain lasting more than one day

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 761 to 761, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: The next few questions are about exposure to the sun and sunburns. Sunburn is defined as any reddening or discomfort of the skin, that lasts longer than 12 hours after exposure to the sun or other UV sources, such as tanning beds or sun lamps.

Question text: Did any of your sunburns involve pain or discomfort that lasted for more than 1 day?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1681 YES
2 3250 NO
6 57694 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 281 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_06

Variable label: Amount of time in the sun from 11 am to 4 pm

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 762 to 763, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 8

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: About how much time each day do you spend in the sun between 11 am and 4 pm?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSSB = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2521 NONE
2 1827 LESS THAN 30 MINUTES
3 1375 30 TO 59 MINUTES
4 2183 1 HOUR TO LESS THAN 2 HOURS
5 2406 2 HOURS TO LESS THAN 3 HOURS
6 1445 3 HOURS TO LESS THAN 4 HOURS
7 969 4 HOURS TO LESS THAN 5 HOURS
8 1454 5 HOURS
96 48323 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 124 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 281 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_07

Variable label: Frequency seeks shade

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 764 to 764, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: In the summer months, on a typical weekend or day off, when you are in the sun for 30 minutes or more, how often do you seek shade: always, often, sometimes, rarely or never?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_06 = (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 97 or 98) or SSB_01 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1096 ALWAYS
2 2885 OFTEN
3 2959 SOMETIMES
4 1660 RARELY
5 1187 NEVER
6 52671 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 44 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 406 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_08

Variable label: Frequency wears a hat in the sun

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 765 to 765, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: In the summer months, on a typical weekend or day off, when you are in the sun for 30 minutes or more, how often do you wear a hat that shades your face, ears and neck?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_06 = (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 97 or 98) or SSB_01 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2367 ALWAYS
2 1228 OFTEN
3 1252 SOMETIMES
4 925 RARELY
5 4055 NEVER
6 52671 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 406 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_09A

Variable label: Frequency wears long pants or skirt in the sun

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 766 to 766, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: In the summer months, on a typical weekend or day off, when you are in the sun for 30 minutes or more, how often do you wear long pants or a long skirt to protect your skin from the sun?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_06 = (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 97 or 98) or SSB_01 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1424 ALWAYS
2 933 OFTEN
3 1112 SOMETIMES
4 1197 RARELY
5 5149 NEVER
6 52671 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 16 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 406 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_09B

Variable label: Frequency uses sunscreen on the face

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 767 to 767, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: In the summer months, on a typical weekend or day off, when you are in the sun for 30 minutes or more, how often do you use sunscreen on your face?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_06 = (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 97 or 98) or SSB_01 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2972 ALWAYS
2 1587 OFTEN
3 1390 SOMETIMES
4 937 RARELY
5 2943 NEVER
6 52671 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 406 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_10

Variable label: Sun protection factor (SPF) usually used on face

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 768 to 768, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: What Sun Protection factor (SPF) do you usually use?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_09B = (1, 2, 3, 7, 8) or SSB_01 = (7, 8) or SSB_06 = (97, 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 218 LESS THAN 15
2 1478 15 TO 25
3 4080 MORE THAN 25
6 56551 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 171 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 409 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_11

Variable label: Frequency uses sunscreen on the body

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 769 to 769, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: In the summer months, on a typical weekend or day off, when you are in the sun for 30 minutes or more, how often do you use sunscreen on your body?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_06 = (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 97 or 98) or SSB_01 = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2267 ALWAYS
2 1574 OFTEN
3 1622 SOMETIMES
4 1163 RARELY
5 3192 NEVER
6 52671 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 14 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 406 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SSB_12

Variable label: Sun protection factor (SPF) usually used on body

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 770 to 770, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Sun safety behaviours

Question preamble: For the next questions, think about a typical weekend, or day off from work or school in the summer months.

Question text: What Sun Protection factor (SPF) do you usually use?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SSB_11 = (1, 2, 3, 7, 8) or SSB_01 = (7, 8) or SSB_06 = (97, 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 205 LESS THAN 15
2 1363 15 TO 25
3 3753 MORE THAN 25
6 57026 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 141 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 420 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOINJ

Variable label: Injuries - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 771 to 771, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 1

Variable group: Injuries

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 62909 YES


Variable name(s): REP_1A

Variable label: Repetitive strain injury

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 772 to 772, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: In the past 12 months, did you have any injuries due to repetitive strain?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOINJ = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7985 YES
2 54763 NO
7 138 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 23 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_2

Variable label: Injuries limited normal activities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 773 to 773, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: Were these injuries serious enough to limit your normal activities?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4494 YES
2 3478 NO
6 54763 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 13 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 161 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REPG3

Variable label: Repetitive strain - Body part affected - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 774 to 775, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: Thinking about the most serious repetitive strain, what part of the body was affected?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 167 NECK
2 1010 SHOULDER, UPPER ARM
3 625 ELBOW, LOWER ARM
4 938 WRIST, HAND
5 496 KNEE, LOWER LEG
6 328 ANKLE, FOOT
7 119 UPPER BACK OR UPPER SPINE
8 547 LOWER BACK OR LOWER SPINE
9 255 OTHER
96 58241 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 183 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_3A

Variable label: Activity causing injury

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 776 to 776, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: Do you know what type of activity caused this repetitive strain injury?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3970 YES
2 490 NO
6 58241 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 33 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 174 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_4

Variable label: Repetitive strain: working at a job or business

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 777 to 777, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: Was the activity something you did while working at a job or business (excluding travel to or from work)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1892 YES
2 2048 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 227 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5A

Variable label: Activity: walking

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 778 to 778, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: walking?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 211 YES
2 3748 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5B

Variable label: Activity: sports

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 779 to 779, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: sports or physical exercise (including school activities and running)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1022 YES
2 2937 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5C

Variable label: Activity: leisure

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 780 to 780, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: leisure or hobby (include volunteering)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 202 YES
2 3757 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5D

Variable label: Activity: household chores

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 781 to 781, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: household chores, outdoor yard maintenance, home renovations or other unpaid work?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 461 YES
2 3498 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5F

Variable label: Activity: computer

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 782 to 782, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: computer use or typing?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 409 YES
2 3550 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5G

Variable label: Activity: driving a motor vehicle

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 783 to 783, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: driving a motor vehicle?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 63 YES
2 3896 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5H

Variable label: Activity: lifting or carrying

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 784 to 784, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: lifting or carrying an object or person?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 863 YES
2 3096 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): REP_5I

Variable label: Activity: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 785 to 785, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Repetitive strain - Sub Block

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: This next section deals with repetitive strain injuries. By this we mean injuries to muscles, tendons or nerves caused by overuse or repeating the same movement over an extended period. For example, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow or tendonitis.

Question text: What type of activity was this: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered REP_1A = (1, 7 or 8) or REP_2 = (1,7 or 8) or REP_3 = (1,7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 939 YES
2 3020 NO
6 58731 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 208 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_01

Variable label: Injured in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 786 to 786, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Question preamble: Now some questions about other injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: Not counting repetitive strain injuries, in the past 12 months, were you injured?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOINJ = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 9369 YES
2 53459 NO
7 59 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 22 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG02

Variable label: Number of injuries in past 12 months - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 787 to 787, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Injuries

Question text: How many times were you injured?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7049 ONE INJURY
2 1352 TWO INJURIES
3 717 THREE TO FIVE INJURIES
4 212 SIX OR MORE INJURIES
6 53459 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 120 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG05

Variable label: Most serious injury - Type - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 788 to 789, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 9

Variable group: Injuries

Question text: What type of injury did you have (for example, a broken bone or burn)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 125 MULTIPLE INJURIES
2 1771 BROKEN OR FRACTURED BONES
3 270 BURN, SCALD, CHEMICAL BURN
4 294 DISLOCATION
5 4625 SPRAIN OR STRAIN
6 869 CUT, PUNCTURE, ANIMAL OR HUMAN BITE
7 663 SCRAPE, BRUISE, BLISTER
8 222 CONCUSSION OR INTERNAL INJURY
9 450 OTHER
96 53459 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 161 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG06

Variable label: Most serious injury - Body part affected - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 790 to 791, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 10

Variable group: Injuries

Question text: What part of the body was injured?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_05 = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 97 or 98) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 215 MULTIPLE SITES
2 535 EYES, HEAD, NECK
3 825 SHOULDER, UPPER ARM
4 351 ELBOW, LOWER ARM
5 1523 WRIST OR HAND
6 398 HIP OR THIGH
7 1301 KNEE, LOWER LEG
8 2055 ANKLE, FOOT
9 1432 UPPER OR LOWER BACK/UPPER OR LOWER SPINE
10 430 CHEST OR ABDOMEN OR PELVIS
96 53695 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 149 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG08

Variable label: Most serious injury - Place of occurrence - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 792 to 793, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 8

Variable group: Injuries

Question text: Where did the injury happen?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3640 IN A HOME OR ITS SURROUNDING AREA
2 580 RESIDENTIAL, SCHOOL, COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY, OTHER INSTITUTION
3 644 SPORTS OR ATHLETICS AREA OF SCHOOL, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY
4 1151 OTHER SPORT OR ATHLETICS AREA (EXCLUDING SCHOOL SPORTS AREAS)
5 883 STREET, HIGHWAY, SIDEWALK
6 655 COMMERCIAL AREA
7 472 INDUSTRIAL/CONSTRUCTION AREA OR FARM
8 1226 OTHER
96 53459 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 199 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG092

Variable label: Most serious injury - Activity when injured - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 794 to 795, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7

Variable group: Injuries

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_01 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97, 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2779 SPORTS OR PHYSICAL EXERCISE
2 702 LEISURE OR HOBBY
3 1210 WORKING AT A JOB OR BUSINESS
4 474 DRIVER OF OR PASSENGER IN ON-ROAD OR OFF-ROAD MOTOR VEHICLE
5 1574 HOUSEHOLD CHORES, OTHER UNPAID WORK
6 1662 GOING UP AND DOWN STAIRS/WALKING
7 797 OTHER
96 53459 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 252 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INW_01

Variable label: Injury occured in current job

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 796 to 796, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Workplace Injury - Sub Block

Question text: Did this injury occur in your current main job?

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1005 YES
2 135 NO
6 61769 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): INWGSOC

Variable label: Occupation group (SOC) where injury occurred - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 797 to 797, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Workplace Injury - Sub Block

Universe for variable: Respondents aged 15 to 75 with LBSDWSS ne (3,4) and LBSCSOC ne (97, 98, 99)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 195 OCCUPATIONS IN MANAGEMENT, HEALTH, EDUCATION, ARTS, CULTURE
2 73 OCCUPATIONS RELATED TO BUSINESS, FINANCE, ADMINISTRATION
3 257 OCCUPATIONS RELATED TO SALES AND SERVICES
4 308 OCCUPATIONS RELATED TO TRADES, TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
5 168 OCCUPATIONS UNIQUE TO PRIMARY INDUSTRY, PROCESSING, MANUFACTURING
6 61883 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 25 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_10

Variable label: Most serious injury: result of a fall

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 798 to 798, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Instructions to interviewer: Exclude transportation accidents and any falls that involve another person (e.g. collision, contact in sports, fight).

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: Was the injury the result of a fall?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_05 = (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,97 or 98) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3899 YES
2 5390 NO
6 53469 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 27 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 120 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG11A

Variable label: How did you fall - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 799 to 800, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Injuries

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_05 = (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,97 or 98) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 323 WHILE SKATING, SKIING, SNOWBOARDING
2 744 WHILE ENGAGED IN OTHER SPORT OR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
3 515 GOING UP OR DOWN STAIRS, STEPS FROM FURNITURE, OR FROM ELEVATED POSITION
4 1225 SLIP, TRIP, OR STUMBLE WHILE WALKING ON ICE OR SNOW
5 304 SLIP, TRIP, OR STUMBLE WHILE WALKING ON ANY OTHER SURFACE
6 769 DUE TO HEALTH PROBLEMS OR OTHER
96 58859 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 170 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_13

Variable label: Most serious injury: received treatment within 48 hours

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 801 to 801, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: Did you receive any medical attention for the injury from a health professional in the 48 hours following the injury?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_01 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97, 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4989 YES
2 4316 NO
6 53459 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 23 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 120 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_14A

Variable label: Treated in doctor's office

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 802 to 802, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: Where did you receive treatment in the 48 hours: doctor's office?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 812 YES
2 4174 NO
6 57775 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 145 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_14B

Variable label: Treated in emergency room

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 803 to 803, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: Where did you receive treatment in the 48 hours: hospital emergency room?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2963 YES
2 2023 NO
6 57775 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 145 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG14C

Variable label: Most serious injury - Treated in clinic - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 804 to 804, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 797 YES
2 4189 NO
6 57775 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 148 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG14J2

Variable label: Most serious injury - Treated by a physiotherapist, massage therapist, chiropractor or other - (G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 805 to 805, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 474 YES
2 4512 NO
6 57775 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 148 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_14O

Variable label: Treated where injury happened

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 806 to 806, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: Where did you receive treatment in the 48 hours? Where the injury happened/on-site (workplace, school, sports field, hotel, ski hill)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 150 YES
2 4836 NO
6 57775 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 145 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_15

Variable label: Most serious injury led to overnight hospital admission

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 807 to 807, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: Were you admitted to a hospital overnight?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 444 YES
2 4543 NO
6 57775 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 145 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_15A

Variable label: Follow-up care because of injury

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 808 to 808, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: At the present time, are you getting follow-up care from a health professional because of this injury?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1716 YES
2 7607 NO
6 53459 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 120 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJ_16

Variable label: Other injuries - treated but did not limit normal activities

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 809 to 809, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Injuries

Question preamble: Now some questions about the injuries which occurred in the past 12 months, and were serious enough to limit your normal activities the day after the injury occurred. For example, a broken bone, a bad cut, a burn or a sprain.

Question text: In the past 12 months, did you have any other injuries that were treated by a health professional, but did not limit your normal activities?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOINJ = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2914 YES
2 59830 NO
7 41 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 120 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJG17

Variable label: Other injuries - number - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 810 to 810, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Injuries

Question text: How many injuries?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_16 = (1, 7 or 8) or INJ_01 = (7 or 8) or INJ_02 = (97 or 98)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2385 ONE INJURY
2 460 2 TO 5 INJURIES
3 53 6 OR MORE INJURIES
6 59830 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 181 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJGCAU

Variable label: Cause of injury - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 811 to 812, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7

Variable group: Injuries

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered INJ_01 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3899 FALL
2 342 TRANSPORTATION ACCIDENT
3 501 ACCIDENTALLY BUMPED, PUSHED, BITTEN, ETC.
4 674 ACCIDENTALLY STRUCK OR CRUSHED BY OBJECT
5 587 ACCIDENTALLY CONTACT WITH A SHARP OBJECT, ETC.
6 2130 OVEREXERTION OR STRENUOUS MOVEMENT
7 1033 OTHER
96 53469 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 274 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): INJDSTT

Variable label: Injury Status - (D)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 813 to 813, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Injuries

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOINJ = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 51217 NO INJURIES
1 8613 ACTIVITY-LIMITING INJURY ONLY
2 2211 NON-ACTIVITY-LIMITING INJURY ONLY
3 703 LIMITING AND NON-LIMITING INJURIES
9 165 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOSWL

Variable label: Satisfaction with life - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 814 to 814, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7751 YES
2 53525 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_02

Variable label: Satisfaction with job or main activity

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 815 to 815, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with your job or main activity?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2525 VERY SATISFIED
2 3846 SATISFIED
3 523 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 427 DISSATISFIED
5 153 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 42 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 40 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 195 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_03

Variable label: Satisfaction with leisure activities

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 816 to 816, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with your leisure activities?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2424 VERY SATISFIED
2 3868 SATISFIED
3 552 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 559 DISSATISFIED
5 73 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 36 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_04

Variable label: Satisfaction with financial situation

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 817 to 817, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with your financial situation?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1277 VERY SATISFIED
2 3865 SATISFIED
3 857 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 1126 DISSATISFIED
5 321 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 54 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 16 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_05

Variable label: Satisfaction with self

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 818 to 818, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with yourself?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2185 VERY SATISFIED
2 4465 SATISFIED
3 480 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 307 DISSATISFIED
5 38 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 31 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_06

Variable label: Satisfaction with way own body looks

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 819 to 819, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with the way your body looks?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1093 VERY SATISFIED
2 4245 SATISFIED
3 893 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 1100 DISSATISFIED
5 134 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 37 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 14 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_07

Variable label: Satisfaction with relationships with other family members

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 820 to 820, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with your relationships with other family members?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3300 VERY SATISFIED
2 3460 SATISFIED
3 353 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 299 DISSATISFIED
5 60 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 32 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 12 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_08

Variable label: Satisfaction with relationships with friends

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 821 to 821, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with your relationships with friends?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3156 VERY SATISFIED
2 3830 SATISFIED
3 313 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 152 DISSATISFIED
5 27 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_09

Variable label: Satisfaction with housing

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 822 to 822, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with your housing?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3107 VERY SATISFIED
2 3616 SATISFIED
3 375 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 325 DISSATISFIED
5 67 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 17 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 9 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SWL_10

Variable label: Satisfaction with neighbourhood

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 823 to 823, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Satisfaction with life

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your satisfaction with various aspects of your life. For each question, please tell me whether you are very satisfied, satisfied, neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, dissatisfied, or very dissatisfied.

Question text: How satisfied are you with your neighbourhood?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSWL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2936 VERY SATISFIED
2 3740 SATISFIED
3 446 NEITHER SATISFIED NOR DISSATISFIED
4 295 DISSATISFIED
5 60 VERY DISSATISFIED
6 55158 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 31 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 235 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOSFE

Variable label: Self-esteem module - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 824 to 824, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Self-esteem

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 19022 YES
2 42254 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): SFE_501

Variable label: Self-esteem: has good qualities

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 825 to 825, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Self-esteem

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: You feel that you have a number of good qualities.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSFE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8138 STRONGLY AGREE
2 10067 AGREE
3 221 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 69 DISAGREE
5 7 STRONG DISAGREE
6 43887 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 75 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 65 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 380 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SFE_502

Variable label: Self-esteem: is a person of worth

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 826 to 826, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Self-esteem

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: You feel that you're a person of worth at least equal to others.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSFE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8904 STRONGLY AGREE
2 9073 AGREE
3 275 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 188 DISAGREE
5 22 STRONG DISAGREE
6 43887 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 110 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 445 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SFE_503

Variable label: Self-esteem: is able to do things well

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 827 to 827, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Self-esteem

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: You are able to do things as well as most other people.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSFE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8107 STRONGLY AGREE
2 9313 AGREE
3 537 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 469 DISAGREE
5 39 STRONG DISAGREE
6 43887 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 106 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 445 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SFE_504

Variable label: Self-esteem: takes positive attitude towards self

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 828 to 828, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Self-esteem

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: You take a positive attitude toward yourself.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSFE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7796 STRONGLY AGREE
2 9414 AGREE
3 839 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 411 DISAGREE
5 33 STRONG DISAGREE
6 43887 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 76 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 445 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SFE_505

Variable label: Self-esteem: is satisfied with self

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 829 to 829, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Self-esteem

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: On the whole you are satisfied with yourself.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSFE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7421 STRONGLY AGREE
2 10016 AGREE
3 634 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 400 DISAGREE
5 34 STRONG DISAGREE
6 43887 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 65 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 445 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SFE_506

Variable label: Self-esteem: feels is a failure

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 830 to 830, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Self-esteem

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: All in all, you're inclined to feel you're a failure.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSFE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 78 STRONGLY AGREE
2 365 AGREE
3 362 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 5859 DISAGREE
5 11815 STRONG DISAGREE
6 43887 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 87 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 11 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 445 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SFEDE1

Variable label: Self-esteem scale - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 831 to 832, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 24

Variable group: Self-esteem

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSFE = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3 Lowest self-esteem
2 1 ...
3 1 ...
4 1 ...
5 7 ...
6 10 ...
7 7 ...
8 16 ...
9 12 ...
10 33 ...
11 45 ...
12 85 ...
13 105 ...
14 167 ...
15 198 ...
16 528 ...
17 567 ...
18 3554 ...
19 3214 ...
20 1176 ...
21 1064 ...
22 1136 ...
23 1701 ...
24 4696 Highest self-esteem
96 43887 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 695 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOMAS

Variable label: Mastery - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 833 to 833, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Mastery

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3456 YES
2 57820 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAS_601

Variable label: Mastery: lack of control

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 834 to 834, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mastery

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: You have little control over the things that happen to you.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 113 STRONGLY AGREE
2 642 AGREE
3 239 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 1690 DISAGREE
5 613 STRONG DISAGREE
6 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 89 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 19 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 51 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAS_602

Variable label: Mastery: cannot solve problems

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 835 to 835, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mastery

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: There is really no way you can solve some of the problems you have.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 71 STRONGLY AGREE
2 681 AGREE
3 188 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 1893 DISAGREE
5 486 STRONG DISAGREE
6 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 61 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 70 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAS_603

Variable label: Mastery: cannot change things

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 836 to 836, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mastery

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: There is little you can do to change many of the important things in your life.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 61 STRONGLY AGREE
2 567 AGREE
3 186 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 1993 DISAGREE
5 500 STRONG DISAGREE
6 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 73 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 70 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAS_604

Variable label: Mastery: helpless

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 837 to 837, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mastery

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: You often feel helpless in dealing with problems of life.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 45 STRONGLY AGREE
2 408 AGREE
3 141 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 2118 DISAGREE
5 629 STRONG DISAGREE
6 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 40 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 70 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAS_605

Variable label: Mastery: pushed around

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 838 to 838, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mastery

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: Sometimes you feel that you are being pushed around in life.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 61 STRONGLY AGREE
2 658 AGREE
3 149 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 1961 DISAGREE
5 526 STRONG DISAGREE
6 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 25 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 70 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAS_606

Variable label: Mastery: fate depends upon self

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 839 to 839, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mastery

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: What happens to you in the future mostly depends on you.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 734 STRONGLY AGREE
2 2249 AGREE
3 151 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 182 DISAGREE
5 17 STRONG DISAGREE
6 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 47 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 70 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MAS_607

Variable label: Mastery: can do anything

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 840 to 840, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Mastery

Question preamble: Now a series of statements that people might use to describe themselves. Please tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree.

Question text: You can do just about anything you really set your mind to.

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 696 STRONGLY AGREE
2 2320 AGREE
3 128 NEITHER AGREE NOR DISAGREE
4 187 DISAGREE
5 17 STRONG DISAGREE
6 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 31 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 70 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): MASDM1

Variable label: Mastery scale - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 841 to 842, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 28

Variable group: Mastery

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOMAS = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 1 Index score 0 (lowest mastery)
1 1 ...
3 1 ...
5 1 ...
6 2 ...
7 10 ...
8 12 ...
9 25 ...
10 24 ...
11 47 ...
12 29 ...
13 104 ...
14 72 ...
15 200 ...
16 96 ...
17 258 ...
18 146 ...
19 408 ...
20 234 ...
21 622 ...
22 236 ...
23 179 ...
24 122 ...
25 100 ...
26 81 ...
27 77 ...
28 99 Index score 28 (highest mastery)
96 59453 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 269 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_01A

Variable label: Smoked 100 or more cigarettes in lifetime

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 843 to 843, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: In your lifetime, have you smoked a total of 100 or more cigarettes (about 4 packs)?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 30475 YES
2 32307 NO
7 95 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 32 REFUSAL (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_01B

Variable label: Ever smoked a whole cigarette

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 844 to 844, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: Have you ever smoked a whole cigarette?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_01A = (2, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 7842 YES
2 24426 NO
6 30475 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 72 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 24 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 70 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKG01C

Variable label: Age - smoked first whole cigarette - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 845 to 846, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 11

Variable group: Smoking

Question text: At what age did you smoke your first whole cigarette?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_01A = 1 or SMK_01B = 1 or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2683 5 TO 11 YEARS
2 10800 12 TO 14 YEARS
3 13553 15 TO 17 YEARS
4 4906 18 TO 19 YEARS
5 3908 20 TO 24 YEARS
6 875 25 TO 29 YEARS
7 409 30 TO 34 YEARS
8 143 35 TO 39 YEARS
9 116 40 TO 44 YEARS
10 37 45 TO 49 YEARS
11 44 50 YEARS OR OLDER
96 24426 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 1009 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_202

Variable label: Type of smoker

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 847 to 847, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: At the present time, do you smoke cigarettes daily, occasionally or not at all?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10394 DAILY
2 2824 OCCASIONALLY
3 49504 NOT AT ALL
7 11 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 6 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 170 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKG203

Variable label: Age - started smoking daily (daily smoker) - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 848 to 849, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 11

Variable group: Smoking

Question text: At what age did you begin to smoke cigarettes daily?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 307 5 TO 11 YEARS
2 1743 12 TO 14 YEARS
3 3823 15 TO 17 YEARS
4 1841 18 TO 19 YEARS
5 1623 20 TO 24 YEARS
6 455 25 TO 29 YEARS
7 174 30 TO 34 YEARS
8 91 35 TO 39 YEARS
9 65 40 TO 44 YEARS
10 27 45 TO 49 YEARS
11 41 50 YEARS OR OLDER
96 52328 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 391 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_204

Variable label: Number of cigarettes smoked per day (daily smoker)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 850 to 852, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 90, Mean: 15.29, Standard deviation: 8.895

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: How many cigarettes do you smoke each day now?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 65 1 cigarette
2 149 2 cigarettes
3 212 3 cigarettes
4 260 4 cigarettes
5 490 5 cigarettes
6 408 6 cigarettes
7 274 7 cigarettes
8 409 8 cigarettes
9 98 9 cigarettes
10 1496 10 cigarettes
11 53 11 cigarettes
12 1051 12 cigarettes
13 267 13 cigarettes
14 84 14 cigarettes
15 1088 15 cigarettes
16 39 16 cigarettes
17 57 17 cigarettes
18 125 18 cigarettes
19 12 19 cigarettes
20 1503 20 cigarettes
21 4 21 cigarettes
22 21 22 cigarettes
23 22 23 cigarettes
24 45 24 cigarettes
25 1575 25 cigarettes
26 3 26 cigarettes
27 5 27 cigarettes
28 6 28 cigarettes
29 2 29 cigarettes
30 202 30 cigarettes
32 3 32 cigarettes
33 1 33 cigarettes
35 53 35 cigarettes
36 4 36 cigarettes
37 13 37 cigarettes
38 7 38 cigarettes
40 108 40 cigarettes
42 1 42 cigarettes
44 1 44 cigarettes
45 11 45 cigarettes
48 1 48 cigarettes
50 77 50 cigarettes
55 2 55 cigarettes
56 1 56 cigarettes
60 10 60 cigarettes
65 1 65 cigarettes
75 15 75 cigarettes
90 1 90 cigarettes
996 52328 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 50 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 189 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_05B

Variable label: Number of cigarettes smoked per day (occasional smoker)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 853 to 855, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 42, Mean: 3.68, Standard deviation: 3.727

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: On the days that you do smoke, how many cigarettes do you usually smoke?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (2, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 772 1 cigarette
2 616 2 cigarettes
3 433 3 cigarettes
4 241 4 cigarettes
5 282 5 cigarettes
6 106 6 cigarettes
7 29 7 cigarettes
8 34 8 cigarettes
9 4 9 cigarettes
10 154 10 cigarettes
11 2 11 cigarettes
12 34 12 cigarettes
13 3 13 cigarettes
15 30 15 cigarettes
17 1 17 cigarettes
20 22 20 cigarettes
24 2 24 cigarettes
25 13 25 cigarettes
30 1 30 cigarettes
40 1 40 cigarettes
42 1 42 cigarettes
996 59898 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 37 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 189 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_05C

Variable label: Number of days - smoked 1 cigarette or more (occasional smoker)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 856 to 857, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 30, Mean: 9.07, Standard deviation: 8.319

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: In the past month, on how many days have you smoked 1 or more cigarettes?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (2, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 272 0 days
1 227 1 day
2 240 2 days
3 157 3 days
4 218 4 days
5 220 5 days
6 93 6 days
7 49 7 days
8 79 8 days
9 10 9 days
10 275 10 days
11 2 11 days
12 63 12 days
13 2 13 days
14 33 14 days
15 275 15 days
16 19 16 days
17 7 17 days
18 10 18 days
20 257 20 days
21 2 21 days
22 2 22 days
23 5 23 days
24 3 24 days
25 56 25 days
26 2 26 days
27 5 27 days
28 14 28 days
29 9 29 days
30 118 30 days
96 59898 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 93 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 189 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_05D

Variable label: Ever smoked cigarettes daily

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 858 to 858, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: Have you ever smoked cigarettes daily?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (2, 3, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 17670 YES
2 2385 NO
6 42655 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 16 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 181 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_06A

Variable label: Stopped smoking - when (was never a daily smoker)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 859 to 859, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Smoking

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: When did you stop smoking? Was it less than one year ago, 1 year to less than 2 years ago, 2 years to less than 3 years ago, 3 or more years ago?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = 3 and (SMK_05D = (2, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = (7 or 8)) or SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 55 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 41 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 51 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 1516 3 OR MORE YEARS AGO
6 61042 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 12 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 191 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKG06C

Variable label: Number of years since stopped smoking - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 860 to 860, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Smoking

Question text: How many years ago was it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_06A = (4, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = (7 or 8) or SMK_05D = (7 or 8)) and SMK_202 = 3 or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 110 3 TO 5 YEARS
2 181 6 TO 10 YEARS
3 1174 11 OR MORE YEARS
6 61189 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 255 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKG207

Variable label: Age - started smoking daily (former daily smoker) - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 861 to 862, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 11

Variable group: Smoking

Question text: At what age did you begin to smoke cigarettes daily?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_05D = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = (7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (2 or 3) or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 291 5 TO 11 YEARS
2 2328 12 TO 14 YEARS
3 6341 15 TO 17 YEARS
4 3677 18 TO 19 YEARS
5 3261 20 TO 24 YEARS
6 716 25 TO 29 YEARS
7 320 30 TO 34 YEARS
8 125 35 TO 39 YEARS
9 92 40 TO 44 YEARS
10 33 45 TO 49 YEARS
11 35 50 YEARS OR OLDER
96 45040 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
99 650 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_208

Variable label: Number of cigarettes smoked per day (former daily smoker)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 863 to 865, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 99, Mean: 17.55, Standard deviation: 13.001

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: How many cigarettes did you usually smoke each day?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_05D = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = (7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (2 or 3) or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 135 1 cigarette
2 342 2 cigarettes
3 612 3 cigarettes
4 550 4 cigarettes
5 1112 5 cigarettes
6 562 6 cigarettes
7 240 7 cigarettes
8 372 8 cigarettes
9 51 9 cigarettes
10 2545 10 cigarettes
11 33 11 cigarettes
12 1233 12 cigarettes
13 196 13 cigarettes
14 48 14 cigarettes
15 1149 15 cigarettes
16 24 16 cigarettes
17 34 17 cigarettes
18 85 18 cigarettes
19 8 19 cigarettes
20 2670 20 cigarettes
21 7 21 cigarettes
22 25 22 cigarettes
23 36 23 cigarettes
24 133 24 cigarettes
25 3034 25 cigarettes
26 1 26 cigarettes
27 6 27 cigarettes
28 8 28 cigarettes
29 2 29 cigarettes
30 346 30 cigarettes
31 1 31 cigarettes
32 6 32 cigarettes
33 2 33 cigarettes
34 1 34 cigarettes
35 119 35 cigarettes
36 9 36 cigarettes
37 41 37 cigarettes
38 12 38 cigarettes
39 1 39 cigarettes
40 344 40 cigarettes
44 1 44 cigarettes
45 24 45 cigarettes
48 18 48 cigarettes
50 507 50 cigarettes
52 1 52 cigarettes
55 4 55 cigarettes
56 1 56 cigarettes
57 1 57 cigarettes
59 1 59 cigarettes
60 119 60 cigarettes
62 3 62 cigarettes
65 11 65 cigarettes
70 7 70 cigarettes
72 2 72 cigarettes
75 134 75 cigarettes
80 17 80 cigarettes
85 1 85 cigarettes
90 4 90 cigarettes
99 22 99 cigarettes
996 45040 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 643 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 10 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 203 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_09A

Variable label: Stopped smoking daily - when stopped (former daily smoker)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 866 to 866, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Smoking

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: When did you stop smoking daily? Was it less than one year ago, 1 year to less than 2 years ago, 2 years to less than 3 years ago, 3 or more years ago?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_05D = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = (7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (2 or 3) or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1405 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 757 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 820 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 14635 3 OR MORE YEARS AGO
6 45040 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 40 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 205 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKG09C

Variable label: Years since stopped smoking daily (former daily smoker) - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 867 to 867, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Smoking

Question text: How many years ago was it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_09A = (4, 7 or 8) or SMK_05D = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = (7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (2 or 3) or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1510 3 TO 5 YEARS
2 2664 6 TO 10 YEARS
3 10341 11 OR MORE YEARS
6 48022 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 372 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_10

Variable label: Quit smoking completely (former daily smoker)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 868 to 868, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: Was that when you completely quit smoking?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (3, 7 or 8) and SMK_05D = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = (7 or 8) and SMK_202 = 3 or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01A = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 15555 YES
2 414 NO
6 46729 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 206 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMK_10A

Variable label: Stopped smoking completely - when (former daily smoker)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 869 to 869, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Smoking

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: When did you stop smoking completely? Was it less than one year ago, 1 year to less than 2 years ago, 2 years to less than 3 years ago, or 3 or more years ago?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_10 = (2, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = (7 or 8) or SMK_05D = (7 or 8) or SMK_09A= (7 or 8)) and SMK_202 = 3 or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 71 LESS THAN 1 YEAR AGO
2 31 1 YEAR TO LESS THAN 2 YEARS AGO
3 32 2 YEARS TO LESS THAN 3 YEARS AGO
4 276 3 OR MORE YEARS AGO
6 62284 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 211 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKG10C

Variable label: Number of years since stopped smoking (daily) - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 870 to 870, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Smoking

Instructions to interviewer: Minimum is 3; maximum is [current age - 5].

Question preamble: The next questions are about smoking.

Question text: How many years ago was it?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_10A = (4, 7 or 8) or SMK_10 = (7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = (7 or 8) or SMK_05D = (7 or 8) or SMK_09A = (7 or 8)) and SMK_202 = 3 or SMK_01A = (1, 7 or 8) and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 67 3 TO 5 YEARS
2 64 6 TO 10 YEARS
3 138 11 OR MORE YEARS
6 62418 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 222 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKDSTY

Variable label: Type of smoker - (D)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 871 to 872, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Smoking

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10394 DAILY SMOKER
2 1679 OCCASIONAL SMOKER (FORMER DAILY SMOKER)
3 1135 ALWAYS AN OCCASIONAL SMOKER
4 15991 FORMER DAILY SMOKER
5 9009 FORMER OCCASIONAL SMOKER
6 24368 NEVER SMOKED
99 333 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKGSTP

Variable label: Number of years since stopping smoking completely - (D, G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 873 to 873, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Smoking

Universe for variable: Répondants avec SMKDSTY = (4 ou 5) et qui ont répondus SMK_01A = (1, 7 ou 8) ou avec SMKDSTY = 99

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1074 LESS THAN 1 YEAR
2 1310 1 TO 2 YEARS
3 1390 3 TO 5 YEARS
4 2547 6 TO 10 YEARS
5 11164 11 OR MORE YEARS
6 44907 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 517 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SMKDYCS

Variable label: Number of years smoked (current daily smokers) - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 874 to 876, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 82, Mean: 28.31, Standard deviation: 16.220

Variable group: Smoking

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 66 Less than one year
1 154 1 year
2 166 2 years
3 188 3 years
4 149 4 years
5 174 5 years
6 164 6 years
7 167 7 years
8 185 8 years
9 201 9 years
10 184 10 years
11 204 11 years
12 201 12 years
13 221 13 years
14 196 14 years
15 193 15 years
16 167 16 years
17 167 17 years
18 153 18 years
19 157 19 years
20 144 20 years
21 166 21 years
22 168 22 years
23 144 23 years
24 182 24 years
25 192 25 years
26 150 26 years
27 188 27 years
28 173 28 years
29 202 29 years
30 232 30 years
31 192 31 years
32 213 32 years
33 218 33 years
34 242 34 years
35 244 35 years
36 229 36 years
37 254 37 years
38 238 38 years
39 247 39 years
40 203 40 years
41 223 41 years
42 184 42 years
43 176 43 years
44 150 44 years
45 172 45 years
46 147 46 years
47 160 47 years
48 119 48 years
49 126 49 years
50 144 50 years
51 120 51 years
52 92 52 years
53 83 53 years
54 96 54 years
55 76 55 years
56 52 56 years
57 51 57 years
58 48 58 years
59 43 59 years
60 46 60 years
61 34 61 years
62 37 62 years
63 26 63 years
64 21 64 years
65 16 65 years
66 20 66 years
67 10 67 years
68 8 68 years
69 5 69 years
70 8 70 years
71 5 71 years
72 2 72 years
73 2 73 years
74 3 74 years
75 2 75 years
76 1 76 years
77 2 77 years
78 1 78 years
82 1 82 years
996 52328 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 391 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOSCH

Variable label: Smoking - stages of change - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 877 to 877, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Stages of change

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3456 YES
2 57820 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): SCH_1

Variable label: Quitting smoking - next 6 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 878 to 878, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Stages of change

Question text: Are you seriously considering quitting smoking within the next 6 months?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSCH = 1 who answered SMK_202 = (1, 2, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 406 YES
2 269 NO
6 62208 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 16 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 10 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SCH_2

Variable label: Quitting smoking - next 30 days

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 879 to 879, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Stages of change

Question text: Are you seriously considering quitting within the next 30 days?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSCH = 1 who answered SCH_1 = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 182 YES
2 201 NO
6 62477 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 23 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 26 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SCH_3

Variable label: Stopped smoking for at least 24 hours in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 880 to 880, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Stages of change

Question text: In the past 12 months, did you stop smoking for at least 24 hours because you were trying to quit?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSCH = 1 who answered SMK_202 = (1, 2, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 338 YES
2 352 NO
6 62208 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 10 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SCH_4

Variable label: Number of times stopped for at least 24 hours in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 881 to 882, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 95, Mean: 4.40, Standard deviation: 9.304

Variable group: Smoking - Stages of change

Question text: How many times? (In the past month, did you stop smoking for at least 24 hours because you were trying to quit?)

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSCH = 1 who answered SCH_3 = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 99 Stopped 1 time
2 81 Stopped 2 times
3 49 Stopped 3 times
4 19 Stopped 4 times
5 19 Stopped 5 times
6 18 Stopped 6 times
7 4 Stopped 7 times
8 4 Stopped 8 times
10 5 Stopped 10 times
11 1 Stopped 11 times
12 9 Stopped 12 times
15 1 Stopped 15 times
18 1 Stopped 18 times
20 2 Stopped 20 times
23 1 Stopped 23 times
25 1 Stopped 25 times
30 1 Stopped 30 times
50 2 Stopped 50 times
52 1 Stopped 52 times
95 2 Stopped 95 times
96 62560 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 18 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
99 11 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SCHDSTG

Variable label: Smoking stages of change - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 883 to 883, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Smoking - Stages of change

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSCH = 1 who answered SMK_202 = (1, 2, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A <> 2

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 269 PRECONTEMPLATION STAGE
2 242 CONTEMPLATION STAGE
3 132 PREPARATION STAGE
4 39 ACTION STAGE
5 865 MAINTENANCE STAGE
6 61276 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 86 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOSPC

Variable label: Smoking - physician counselling - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 884 to 884, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3456 YES
2 57820 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_10

Variable label: Visited regular medical doctor

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 885 to 885, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Question text: Earlier, you mentioned having a regular medical doctor. In the past 12 months, did you go see this doctor?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) or SMK_06A = 1 or SMK_09A = 1 and HCU_1AA = (1, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 or SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_06A = (7 or 8) or SMK_09A = (7 or 8)) and HCU_1AA = (1, 7 or 8) )

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 500 YES
2 81 NO
6 62305 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 22 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_11

Variable label: Doctor knows smokes or smoked

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 886 to 886, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Question text: Does your doctor know that you smoke/smoked cigarettes?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_10 = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 or SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_06A = (7 or 8) or SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) or HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) or SMK_06A = 1 or SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 452 YES
2 44 NO
6 62386 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 23 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_12

Variable label: Doctor advised to quit smoking

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 887 to 887, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Question text: In the past 12 months, did your doctor advise you to quit smoking?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_11 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 or SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_06A = (7 or 8) or SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) or HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) or SMK_06A = 1 or SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 312 YES
2 138 NO
6 62430 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 27 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_13

Variable label: Doctor gave specific help to quit smoking

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 888 to 888, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Question text: In the past 12 months, did your doctor give you any specific help or information to quit smoking?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_11 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 or SMK_202 = (7 or 8) or SMK_06A = (7 or 8) or SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) or HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) or SMK_06A = 1 or SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 161 YES
2 288 NO
6 62430 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 29 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_14A

Variable label: Type of help: referral to one-on-one program

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 889 to 889, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What type of help did the doctor give: referral to a one-on-one cessation program?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_12 = (7 or 8) or SPC_11 = (7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_06A = (7 or 8) and SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) and HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) and SMK_06A = 1 and SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5 YES
2 156 NO
6 62718 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_14B

Variable label: Type of help: referral to group program

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 890 to 890, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What type of help did the doctor give: referral to a group cessation program?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_12 = (7 or 8) or SPC_11 = (7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_06A = (7 or 8) and SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) and HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) and SMK_06A = 1 and SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3 YES
2 158 NO
6 62718 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_14C

Variable label: Type of help: recommended nicotine patch or gum

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 891 to 891, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What type of help did the doctor give: recommended use of nicotine patch or nicotine gum?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_12 = (7 or 8) or SPC_11 = (7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_06A = (7 or 8) and SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) and HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) and SMK_06A = 1 and SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 57 YES
2 104 NO
6 62718 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_14D

Variable label: Type of help: recommended Zyban or other medication

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 892 to 892, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What type of help did the doctor give: recommended Zyban or other medication?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_12 = (7 or 8) or SPC_11 = (7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_06A = (7 or 8) and SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) and HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) and SMK_06A = 1 and SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 74 YES
2 87 NO
6 62718 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_14E

Variable label: Type of help: provided self-help information

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 893 to 893, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What type of help did the doctor give: provided self-help information (e.g., pamphlet, referral to website)?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_12 = (7 or 8) or SPC_11 = (7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_06A = (7 or 8) and SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) and HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) and SMK_06A = 1 and SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 54 YES
2 107 NO
6 62718 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_14F

Variable label: Type of help: doctor offered counselling

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 894 to 894, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What type of help did the doctor give: own doctor offered counselling?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_12 = (7 or 8) or SPC_11 = (7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_06A = (7 or 8) and SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) and HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) and SMK_06A = 1 and SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 26 YES
2 135 NO
6 62718 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_14G

Variable label: Type of help: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 895 to 895, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Mark all that apply.

Question text: What type of help did the doctor give: other?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_13 = (1, 7 or 8) or SPC_12 = (7 or 8) or SPC_11 = (7 or 8) or SPC_10 = (7 or 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8 and SMK_202 = (7 or 8) and SMK_06A = (7 or 8) and SMK_09A = ( 7 or 8) and HCU_1AA = (7 or 8) and (SMK_202 = (1 or 2) and SMK_06A = 1 and SMK_09A = 1)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11 YES
2 150 NO
6 62718 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 30 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_20

Variable label: Visited the dentist

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 896 to 896, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Instructions to interviewer: Include both face to face and telephone contacts.

Question text: Did you actually go to the dentist?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 and [DODEN = 2 who answered (SMK_202 = (1, 2, 7, 8) or SMK_06A = (1, 7 or 8) or SMK_09A = (1, 7, 8) or SMK_01A = 8 or SMK_01B = 8)] and (HCU_02EE = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 358 YES
2 9 NO
6 62530 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 12 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_21

Variable label: Dentist/hygienist: knows smokes or smoked

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 897 to 897, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Question text: Does your dentist or dental hygienist know that you smoked/cigarettes?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_20 = (1, 7, 8) or ((DEN_132 = (1, 97, 98) or with DODEN = 2 who answered HCU_02EE = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8) or DEN_130 = (7, 8, 9)) and (SMK_202 = (1, 2, 7, 8) or SMK_06A = (1, 7, 8) or SMK_09A = (1, 7, 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 255 YES
2 74 NO
6 62539 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 28 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 12 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): SPC_22

Variable label: Dentist/hygienist: advised to quit smoking

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 898 to 898, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Physician counselling

Question text: In the past 12 months, did the dentist or hygienist advise you to quit smoking?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOSPC = 1 who answered SPC_21 = (1, 7, 8) or SPC_20 = (7, 8) or ((DEN_132 = (97, 98) or with DODEN = 2 who answered HCU_02EE = (1, 7, 8) or HCU_01 = 8) or DEN_130 = (7, 8, 9)) and (SMK_202 = (1, 2, 7, 8) or SMK_06A = (1, 7, 8) or SMK_09A = (1, 7, 8) or SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 113 YES
2 137 NO
6 62613 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 41 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_10

Variable label: Someone smokes inside home

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 899 to 899, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: Including both household members and regular visitors, does anyone smoke inside your home, every day or almost every day?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DHHDHSZ > 1 or who answered (SMK_202 = (3, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8))

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 5910 YES
2 52375 NO
6 4280 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 18 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 17 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 309 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETSG11

Variable label: Number of people who smoke inside home - (G)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 900 to 900, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Question text: How many people smoke inside your home every day or almost every day?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ETS_10 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3327 1 PERSON
2 2144 2 PERSONS
3 298 3 PERSONS
4 124 4 OR + PERSONS
6 56655 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 361 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_20

Variable label: Exposed to second-hand smoke in private vehicle

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 901 to 901, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: In the past month, were you exposed to second-hand smoke, every day or almost every day, in a car or other private vehicle?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (3, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 3132 YES
2 46192 NO
6 13218 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 25 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 340 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_20B

Variable label: Exposed to second-hand smoke in public places

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 902 to 902, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: In the past month, were you exposed to second-hand smoke, every day or almost every day, in public places (such as bars, restaurants, shopping malls, arenas, bingo halls, bowling alleys)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered SMK_202 = (3, 7 or 8) or (SMK_01A = 8 and SMK_01B = 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 4516 YES
2 44753 NO
6 13218 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 70 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 350 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_35

Variable label: Smoking allowed in the house

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 903 to 903, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: Is smoking allowed inside your home?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered (ETS_10 = 1, 7 or 8) or (DHHDHSZ = 1 and SMK_202 = (1, 2 , 7 or 8))

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 8207 YES
2 1965 NO
6 52375 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 7 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 355 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_36

Variable label: Smoking restrictions

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 904 to 904, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: Is smoking inside your home restricted in anyway?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ETS_10 = ( 2, 7 or 8) or ETS_35 = ( 1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 44168 YES
2 16222 NO
6 1965 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 161 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 392 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_37A

Variable label: Type of restrictions: certain rooms only

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 905 to 905, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: How is smoking restricted inside your home: allowed in certain rooms only?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ETS_36 = ( 1, 7 or 8) or ETS_10 = ( 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2734 YES
2 41339 NO
6 18187 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 76 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 18 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 555 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_37B

Variable label: Type of restrictions: young children

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 906 to 906, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: How is smoking restricted inside your home: restricted in the presence of young children?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ETS_36 = ( 1, 7 or 8) or ETS_10 = ( 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1566 YES
2 42507 NO
6 18187 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 76 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 18 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 555 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_37C

Variable label: Type of restrictions: windows open

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 907 to 907, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: How is smoking restricted inside your home: allowed only if windows are open or with another type of ventilation?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ETS_36 = ( 1, 7 or 8) or ETS_10 = ( 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1508 YES
2 42565 NO
6 18187 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 76 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 18 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 555 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ETS_37D

Variable label: Type of restrictions: other

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 908 to 908, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Exposure to second-hand smoke

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. Mark all that apply.

Question preamble: The next questions are about exposure to second-hand smoke.

Question text: How is smoking restricted inside your home: other restriction(s)?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ETS_36 = ( 1, 7 or 8) or ETS_10 = ( 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 39959 YES
2 4114 NO
6 18187 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 76 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 18 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 555 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOTAL

Variable label: Smoking - Other tobacco products - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 909 to 909, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Other tobacco products

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 21526 YES
2 39750 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): TAL_1

Variable label: Smoked cigars in the last month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 910 to 910, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Other tobacco products

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your use of tobacco other than cigarettes.

Question text: In the past month, have you smoked cigars?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOTAL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 952 YES
2 20297 NO
6 41383 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 5 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 271 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): TAL_2

Variable label: Smoked a pipe in the last month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 911 to 911, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Other tobacco products

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your use of tobacco other than cigarettes.

Question text: In the past month, have you smoked a pipe?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOTAL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 168 YES
2 21075 NO
6 41383 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 1 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 281 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): TAL_3

Variable label: Used snuff in the last month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 912 to 912, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Other tobacco products

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your use of tobacco other than cigarettes.

Question text: In the past month, have you used snuff?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOTAL = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 29 YES
2 21212 NO
6 41383 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 3 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 281 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): TAL_4

Variable label: Used chewing tobacco in the last month

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 913 to 913, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Smoking - Other tobacco products

Question preamble: Now I'd like to ask about your use of tobacco other than cigarettes.

Question text: In the past month, have you used chewing tobacco?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOTAL =1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 98 YES
2 21145 NO
6 41383 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 2 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
9 281 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALC_1

Variable label: Drank alcohol in the past 12 months

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 914 to 914, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Alcohol use

Question preamble: Now, some questions about your alcohol consumption. When we use the word ''drink'' it means: one bottle or can of beer or a glass of draft, one glass of wine or a wine cooler or one drink or cocktail with 1 and a 1/2 ounces of liquor.

Question text: During the past 12 months, have you had a drink of beer, wine, liquor or any other alcoholic beverage?

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 46808 YES
2 15420 NO
7 36 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 23 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 622 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALC_2

Variable label: Frequency of drinking alcohol

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 915 to 916, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 7

Variable group: Alcohol use

Question preamble: Now, some questions about your alcohol consumption. When we use the word ''drink'' it means: one bottle or can of beer or a glass of draft, one glass of wine or a wine cooler or one drink or cocktail with 1 and a 1/2 ounces of liquor.

Question text: During the past 12 months, how often did you drink alcoholic beverages?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ALC_1 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 10774 LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH
2 5135 ONCE A MONTH
3 6280 2 TO 3 TIMES A MONTH
4 7688 ONCE A WEEK
5 9241 2 TO 3 TIMES A WEEK
6 2894 4 TO 6 TIMES A WEEK
7 4594 EVERY DAY
96 15420 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 161 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 32 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 690 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALC_3

Variable label: Frequency of having 5 or more drinks

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 917 to 918, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 6

Variable group: Alcohol use

Question preamble: Now, some questions about your alcohol consumption. When we use the word ''drink'' it means: one bottle or can of beer or a glass of draft, one glass of wine or a wine cooler or one drink or cocktail with 1 and a 1/2 ounces of liquor.

Question text: How often in the past 12 months have you had 5 or more drinks on one occasion?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ALC_1 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 24914 NEVER
2 11644 LESS THAN ONCE A MONTH
3 3340 ONCE A MONTH
4 2857 2 TO 3 TIMES A MONTH
5 2260 ONCE A WEEK
6 1479 MORE THAN ONCE A WEEK
96 15420 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 262 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 39 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 694 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALCDTTM

Variable label: Type of drinker (12 months) - (D)

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 919 to 919, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 3

Variable group: Alcohol use

Universe for variable: All respondents

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 35832 REGULAR DRINKER
2 10774 OCCASIONAL DRINKER
3 15420 DID NOT DRINK IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS
9 883 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DOALW

Variable label: Alcohol use - past week - Inlusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 920 to 920, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 27045 YES
2 34231 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_1

Variable label: Drank alcohol in the past week

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 921 to 921, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: Thinking back over the past week, that is, from [date last week] to yesterday, did you have a drink of beer, wine, liquor or any other alcoholic beverage?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALC_1 = (1, 7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 11943 YES
2 7729 NO
6 42786 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 17 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 8 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 426 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_2A1

Variable label: Number of drinks: day 1 (Sunday)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 922 to 924, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 30, Mean: 1.20, Standard deviation: 2.007

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: Starting with yesterday, that is [day name], how many drinks did you have: day 1?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALW_1 = (1, 7, 8) or ALC_1 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 5715 0 drinks
1 2899 1 drink
2 1672 2 drinks
3 663 3 drinks
4 328 4 drinks
5 187 5 drinks
6 164 6 drinks
7 54 7 drinks
8 61 8 drinks
9 8 9 drinks
10 68 10 drinks
11 7 11 drinks
12 40 12 drinks
13 3 13 drinks
14 2 14 drinks
15 11 15 drinks
16 1 16 drinks
17 1 17 drinks
18 4 18 drinks
19 1 19 drinks
20 11 20 drinks
24 3 24 drinks
25 1 25 drinks
30 1 30 drinks
996 50515 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 33 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 451 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_2A2

Variable label: Number of drinks: day 2 (Monday)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 925 to 927, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 30, Mean: 1.10, Standard deviation: 2.087

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: How many drinks did you have: day 2?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALW_1 = (1, 7, 8) or ALC_1 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 6573 0 drinks
1 2444 1 drink
2 1368 2 drinks
3 561 3 drinks
4 276 4 drinks
5 182 5 drinks
6 159 6 drinks
7 66 7 drinks
8 68 8 drinks
9 10 9 drinks
10 72 10 drinks
11 3 11 drinks
12 45 12 drinks
13 5 13 drinks
14 5 14 drinks
15 19 15 drinks
16 4 16 drinks
17 1 17 drinks
18 3 18 drinks
20 9 20 drinks
22 1 22 drinks
24 2 24 drinks
26 1 26 drinks
30 2 30 drinks
996 50515 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 58 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 457 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_2A3

Variable label: Number of drinks: day 3 (Tuesday)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 928 to 930, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 36, Mean: 1.11, Standard deviation: 2.103

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: How many drinks did you have: day 3?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALW_1 = (1, 7, 8) or ALC_1 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 6599 0 drinks
1 2317 1 drink
2 1387 2 drinks
3 555 3 drinks
4 312 4 drinks
5 222 5 drinks
6 142 6 drinks
7 59 7 drinks
8 75 8 drinks
9 7 9 drinks
10 60 10 drinks
11 4 11 drinks
12 44 12 drinks
13 3 13 drinks
14 2 14 drinks
15 18 15 drinks
16 2 16 drinks
17 2 17 drinks
18 5 18 drinks
20 12 20 drinks
24 3 24 drinks
30 2 30 drinks
36 1 36 drinks
996 50515 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 102 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 457 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_2A4

Variable label: Number of drinks: day 4 (Wednesday)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 931 to 933, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 48, Mean: 1.08, Standard deviation: 2.146

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: How many drinks did you have: day 4?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALW_1 = (1, 7, 8) or ALC_1 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 6796 0 drinks
1 2183 1 drink
2 1341 2 drinks
3 513 3 drinks
4 295 4 drinks
5 217 5 drinks
6 166 6 drinks
7 57 7 drinks
8 59 8 drinks
9 14 9 drinks
10 55 10 drinks
11 1 11 drinks
12 54 12 drinks
13 3 13 drinks
14 6 14 drinks
15 17 15 drinks
17 1 17 drinks
18 6 18 drinks
20 10 20 drinks
24 1 24 drinks
25 1 25 drinks
30 4 30 drinks
48 1 48 drinks
996 50515 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 136 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
999 457 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_2A5

Variable label: Number of drinks: day 5 (Thursday)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 934 to 936, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 50, Mean: 1.04, Standard deviation: 2.188

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: How many drinks did you have: day 5?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALW_1 = (1, 7, 8) or ALC_1 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 6986 0 drinks
1 2129 1 drink
2 1235 2 drinks
3 481 3 drinks
4 282 4 drinks
5 203 5 drinks
6 154 6 drinks
7 54 7 drinks
8 51 8 drinks
9 10 9 drinks
10 49 10 drinks
11 2 11 drinks
12 54 12 drinks
13 3 13 drinks
14 4 14 drinks
15 17 15 drinks
16 2 16 drinks
17 2 17 drinks
18 7 18 drinks
20 13 20 drinks
24 3 24 drinks
26 1 26 drinks
28 1 28 drinks
30 1 30 drinks
50 2 50 drinks
996 50515 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 190 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 457 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_2A6

Variable label: Number of drinks: day 6 (Friday)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 937 to 939, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 60, Mean: 0.88, Standard deviation: 2.029

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: How many drinks did you have: day 6?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALW_1 = (1, 7, 8) or ALC_1 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 7423 0 drinks
1 2009 1 drink
2 1111 2 drinks
3 394 3 drinks
4 236 4 drinks
5 149 5 drinks
6 122 6 drinks
7 33 7 drinks
8 36 8 drinks
9 12 9 drinks
10 49 10 drinks
11 1 11 drinks
12 45 12 drinks
13 1 13 drinks
14 1 14 drinks
15 11 15 drinks
16 5 16 drinks
17 1 17 drinks
18 3 18 drinks
20 10 20 drinks
24 3 24 drinks
25 3 25 drinks
26 1 26 drinks
40 1 40 drinks
60 1 60 drinks
996 50515 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 274 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 457 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALW_2A7

Variable label: Number of drinks: day 7 (Saturday)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 940 to 942, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 25, Mean: 0.79, Standard deviation: 1.727

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Question text: How many drinks did you have: day 7?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALW_1 = (1, 7, 8) or ALC_1 = (7, 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 7654 0 drinks
1 1891 1 drink
2 1059 2 drinks
3 390 3 drinks
4 184 4 drinks
5 139 5 drinks
6 96 6 drinks
7 44 7 drinks
8 38 8 drinks
9 7 9 drinks
10 35 10 drinks
11 5 11 drinks
12 34 12 drinks
13 2 13 drinks
14 2 14 drinks
15 9 15 drinks
17 2 17 drinks
20 6 20 drinks
24 3 24 drinks
25 1 25 drinks
996 50515 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
997 331 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
998 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
999 457 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALWDWKY

Variable label: Weekly consumption - (D)

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 943 to 945, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 130, Mean: 4.28, Standard deviation: 7.392

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALC_1 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 7729 HASN'T HAD A DRINK IN LAST WEEK
996 42786 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 922 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): ALWDDLY

Variable label: Average daily alcohol consumption - (D)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 946 to 948, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 0, Maximum: 19

Variable group: Alcohol use during the past week

Universe for variable: Respondents with DOALW = 1 who answered ALC_1 = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
0 12469 Averaged 0 drinks
1 4417 Averaged 1 drink
2 1385 Averaged 2 drinks
3 504 Averaged 3 drinks
4 192 Averaged 4 drinks
5 88 Averaged 5 drinks
6 61 Averaged 6 drinks
7 35 Averaged 7 drinks
8 16 Averaged 8 drinks
9 11 Averaged 9 drinks
10 8 Averaged 10 drinks
11 4 Averaged 11 drinks
12 3 Averaged 12 drinks
13 1 Averaged 13 drinks
14 3 Averaged 14 drinks
15 1 Averaged 15 drinks
17 1 Averaged 17 drinks
18 1 Averaged 18 drinks
19 1 Averaged 19 drinks
996 42786 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
999 922 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DODRV

Variable label: Driving and safety - Inclusion Flag - (F)

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 949 to 949, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Driving and safety

Universe for variable: All respondents

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 29405 YES
2 31871 NO
6 1633 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_01A

Variable label: Drove a motor vehicle

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 950 to 950, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Include cars, trucks and vans. Exclude motorcycles and off-road vehicles.

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you driven a motor vehicle?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODRV =1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 22526 YES
2 5869 NO
6 33504 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1002 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_01B

Variable label: Drove a motorcycle

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 951 to 951, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Driving and safety

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you driven a motorcycle?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODRV = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1221 YES
2 27168 NO
6 33504 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
9 1016 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_02

Variable label: Frequency used a seat belt when driving

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 952 to 952, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: How often do you fasten your seat belt when you drive a motor vehicle?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DRV_01A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 21134 ALWAYS
2 1069 MOST OF THE TIME
3 204 RARELY
4 107 NEVER
6 39373 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 4 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1017 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_03A

Variable label: Frequency used a cell phone while driving

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 953 to 953, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. If respondent does not use a cell phone, select «Never».

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: Excluding hands-free use, how often do you use a cell phone while you are driving a motor vehicle?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DRV_01A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 971 OFTEN
2 1746 SOMETIMES
3 3502 RARELY
4 16289 NEVER
6 39373 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 6 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1017 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_03B

Variable label: Frequency used a hands-free telephone while driving

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 954 to 954, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent. If respondent does not use a hands-free, select «Never».

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: How often do you use a hands-free when talking on the cell phone while you are driving a motor vehicle?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DRV_01A = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 2164 OFTEN
2 1296 SOMETIMES
3 1408 RARELY
4 17637 NEVER
6 39373 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1018 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_04

Variable label: Frequency felt tired when driving

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 955 to 955, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 4

Variable group: Driving and safety

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: How often do you drive when you are feeling tired?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DRV_01A = (1, 7 or 8) or DRV_01B = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1607 OFTEN
2 4796 SOMETIMES
3 8192 RARELY
4 7938 NEVER
6 39309 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 46 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 1 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1020 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_05

Variable label: Driving speed compared to others

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 956 to 956, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: Compared to other drivers, would you say you usually drive much faster, a little faster, about the same speed, a little slower, or much slower?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DRV_01A = (1, 7 or 8) or DRV_01B = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 289 MUCH FASTER
2 4514 A LITTLE FASTER
3 13792 ABOUT THE SAME
4 3677 A LITTLE SLOWER SPEED
5 226 MUCH SLOWER
6 39309 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 77 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1021 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_06

Variable label: Driving aggression compared to others

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 957 to 957, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: Compared to other drivers, would you say you usually drive much more aggressively, a little more aggressively, about the same, a little less aggressively, or much less aggressively?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DRV_01A = (1, 7 or 8) or DRV_01B = (1, 7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 179 MUCH MORE AGGRESSIVELY
2 2490 A LITTLE MORE AGGRESSIVELY
3 9853 ABOUT THE SAME
4 6614 A LITTLE LESS AGGRESSIVELY
5 3282 MUCH LESS AGGRESSIVELY
6 39309 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 152 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 7 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1023 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_07

Variable label: Drove a motor vehicle after 2 or more drinks

Scale of measurement: Nominal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 958 to 958, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 2

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Include cars, trucks, vans and motorcycles. Exclude off-road vehicles.

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: In the past 12 months, have you driven a motor vehicle after having 2 or more drinks in the hour before you drove?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered ALC_1 = (1, 7 or 8) and (DRV_01A = (1, 7 or 8) or DRV_01B = (1, 7 or 8))

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 1081 YES
2 17284 NO
6 43812 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 16 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 3 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 713 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_07A

Variable label: Number of times have drove a motor vehicle after 2 or more drinks

Scale of measurement: Interval

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 959 to 960, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 95, Mean: 6.44, Standard deviation: 11.840

Variable group: Driving and safety

Question preamble: The next questions are about driving a motor vehicle. By motor vehicle, we mean a car, truck or van.

Question text: How many times in the past 12 months?

Universe for variable: Respondents who answered DRV_07 = (1, 7 or 8) or DRV_01A = (7 or 8)

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 214 1 time
2 283 2 times
3 109 3 times
4 75 4 times
5 66 5 times
6 68 6 times
7 3 7 times
8 5 8 times
10 50 10 times
11 3 11 times
12 58 12 times
14 1 14 times
15 4 15 times
16 3 16 times
18 1 18 times
20 18 20 times
24 7 24 times
25 4 25 times
30 9 30 times
32 1 32 times
35 1 35 times
36 4 36 times
40 1 40 times
48 3 48 times
50 9 50 times
52 6 52 times
60 1 60 times
90 1 90 times
95 8 95 times
96 61096 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
97 62 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
98 2 REFUSAL (Missing)
99 733 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_08A

Variable label: Frequency used a seat belt as a front seat passenger

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 961 to 961, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Driving and safety

Instructions to interviewer: Read categories to respondent.

Question preamble: Now some questions about being a passenger in a motor vehicle.

Question text: When you are a front seat passenger, how often do you fasten your seat belt?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODRV = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 26500 ALWAYS
2 1187 MOST OF THE TIME
3 242 RARELY
4 163 NEVER
5 263 DO NOT RIDE IN FRONT SEAT
6 33504 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 9 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 4 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1037 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_08B

Variable label: Frequency used a seat belt as a back seat passenger

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 962 to 962, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: 1, Maximum: 5

Variable group: Driving and safety

Question preamble: Now some questions about being a passenger in a motor vehicle.

Question text: When you are a back seat passenger, how often do you fasten your seat belt?

Universe for variable: Respondents with DODRV = 1

Variable source:

Notes:

Frequency Table (Unweighted)
Code   Frequency  Content
1 22365 ALWAYS
2 2102 MOST OF THE TIME
3 811 RARELY
4 740 NEVER
5 2333 DO NOT RIDE IN BACK SEAT
6 33504 NOT APPLICABLE (Missing)
7 10 DON'T KNOW (Missing)
8 5 REFUSAL (Missing)
9 1039 NOT STATED (Missing)


Variable name(s): DRV_09

Variable label: Frequency used a seat belt as a passenger in a taxi

Scale of measurement: Ordinal

Record layout: Record 1, Columns 963 to 963, Decimals: 0

Unweighted statistics: Minimum: