Caucasus Barometer, 2009

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All frequencies are raw numbers (no weights used).
1) Year of the Caucasus Barometer survey (CBYEAR)
TOTAL%
2009) 5761100.0
TOTAL5761100.0
2) Country (COUNTRY)
TOTAL%
1) Armenia197534.3
2) Azerbaijan179531.2
3) Georgia199134.6
TOTAL5761100.0
3) DI stratum (STRATUM)
TOTAL%
1) Capital156427.1
2) Urban173630.1
3) Rural246142.7
TOTAL5761100.0
4) Response (RESPONSE)
TOTAL%
1) Response5761100.0
TOTAL5761100.0
5) In which language would you like to conduct this interview? Would you prefer… (INTLANG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error340.6
1) Armenian204135.4
2) Azerbaijani188032.6
3) Georgian180631.3
TOTAL5761100.0
6) Respondent – sex (RESPSEX)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
1) Male256444.5
2) Female317355.1
TOTAL5761100.0
7) Respondent – age (RESPAGE)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL576145.64518
8) What are your main sources of information for receiving news about [country]'s current events? Please tell me, which is your first main source of information. (INFSOU1)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know70.1
1) Colleagues440.8
2) Family members861.5
3) Neighbors, friends2043.5
4) Internet671.2
5) Newspapers, news magazines671.2
6) Radio530.9
7) TV519990.2
8) Other150.3
TOTAL5761100.0
9) And what is your second main source of information about [country]'s current events? (INFSOU2)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable67511.7
-3) Interviewer error430.7
-2) Refuse to answer300.5
-1) Don't know1452.5
1) Colleagues3365.8
2) Family members72712.6
3) Neighbors, friends195834.0
4) Internet1953.4
5) Newspapers, news magazines92516.1
6) Radio3696.4
7) TV2865.0
8) Other721.2
TOTAL5761100.0
10) Do you usually read a newspaper or a news magazine at least once a week to obtain news about current events in [country]? (READPAP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer140.2
-1) Don't know230.4
0) No386767.1
1) Yes185232.1
TOTAL5761100.0
11) Do you usually watch at least one TV news program or one TV show per day to obtain news about current events in [country]? (WATCHTV)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know130.2
0) No5659.8
1) Yes517289.8
TOTAL5761100.0
12) How many of [country]'s TV channels that broadcast news and/or shows related to current events do you have reception for? (RECEPTV)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know1162.0
0) 01793.1
1) 11873.2
2) 24477.8
3) 372812.6
4) 482114.3
5) 574212.9
6) 668611.9
7) 761110.6
8) 84027.0
9) 91893.3
10) 101562.7
11) 11440.8
12) 121472.6
13) 13400.7
14) 14120.2
15) 15440.8
16) 16100.2
17) 1740.1
18) 18120.2
19) 1950.1
20) 201582.7
TOTAL5761100.0
13) On how many of [country]'s TV channels do you usually watch news and/or shows related to current events? (NUMCHAN)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip3666.4
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know500.9
0) 01031.8
1) 165511.4
2) 2192333.4
3) 3128122.2
4) 471812.5
5) 53285.7
6) 61462.5
7) 71001.7
8) 8210.4
9) 9120.2
10) 10130.2
11) 1140.1
12) 1250.1
13) 1310.0
15) 1540.1
17) 1710.0
18) 1810.0
20) 2030.1
TOTAL5761100.0
14) In general, do you think that [country]'s TV channels for which you have reception present different perspectives on news in [country]? (CHANPRS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip112419.5
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know3736.5
0) No141724.6
1) Yes281048.8
TOTAL5761100.0
15) Using this card, please tell me, overall, how well do you think the TV journalists in [country] inform the population about what is actually going on in [country]? (QUALINF)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.1
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know4417.7
1) Very poorly2253.9
2) 24217.3
3) 3267746.5
4) 4146225.4
5) Very well5108.9
TOTAL5761100.0
16) How strongly do you agree or disagree with the opinion that, overall, TV journalists in [country] are serving interests of people like you? (TVSRVPP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer270.5
-1) Don't know5279.1
1) Completely disagree3686.4
2) 277713.5
3) 3183431.8
4) 4175530.5
5) Completely agree4698.1
TOTAL5761100.0
17) How strongly do you agree or disagree with the opinion that, overall, TV in [country] determines what people in [country] think about the current events? (TVSRVGV)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer270.5
-1) Don't know66211.5
1) Completely disagree2143.7
2) 264411.2
3) 3173830.2
4) 4194133.7
5) Completely agree5259.1
TOTAL5761100.0
18) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. There are many people I can trust completely. (FEELTRU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know911.6
1) Does not describe156027.1
2) More or less describes258044.8
3) Describes151926.4
TOTAL5761100.0
19) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. I experience a general sense of emptiness. (FEELEMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know2213.8
1) Does not describe279748.6
2) More or less describes162128.1
3) Describes110119.1
TOTAL5761100.0
20) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. There are enough people to whom I feel close. (FEELCLS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know1041.8
1) Does not describe80414.0
2) More or less describes248743.2
3) Describes234440.7
TOTAL5761100.0
21) Overall, how would you rate your health? Would you describe it as… (HLTHRAT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know30.1
1) Very poor3065.3
2) 2103417.9
3) 3242242.0
4) 4165628.7
5) Very good3355.8
TOTAL5761100.0
22) If you were ill, are there people besides those in this household who would help look after you, without expecting any compensation? (ILLHELP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know4167.2
0) No263045.7
1) Yes269646.8
TOTAL5761100.0
23) If you needed to borrow money to cover your usual expenses for two weeks, could you borrow it from someone outside your household? (BRRWABL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer210.4
-1) Don't know4788.3
0) No235940.9
1) Yes289050.2
TOTAL5761100.0
24) Which of the issues from the list would you say is the biggest concern for you at this point in time? (BIGCER1)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.1
-2) Refuse to answer661.1
-1) Don't know3295.7
1) I will have to reduce my spending on leisure activities: vacations, concerts, eating out, etc.2043.5
2) I will have to reduce my daily spending on basic expenditures: food, clothes, medicine, etc.170829.6
3) I will lose my job61510.7
4) I will not have enough money to sustain me comfortably when I am old.70212.2
5) I will have to rely more on financial support from the government.4838.4
6) I will have to rely more on financial support from family members.63711.1
7) I will be forced to sell my home, car, or dacha in the near future.5439.4
8) None4718.2
TOTAL5761100.0
25) If you had to choose a second, which of the issues from the list would you say is the second biggest concern for you at this point in time? (BIGCER2)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error2233.9
-2) Refuse to answer1252.2
-1) Don't know76413.3
1) I will have to reduce my spending on leisure activities: vacations, concerts, eating out, etc.1051.8
2) I will have to reduce my daily spending on basic expenditures: food, clothes, medicine, etc.73412.7
3) I will lose my job2304.0
4) I will not have enough money to sustain me comfortably when I am old.69712.1
5) I will have to rely more on financial support from the government.73312.7
6) I will have to rely more on financial support from family members.83614.5
7) I will be forced to sell my home, car, or dacha in the near future.59110.3
8) None72312.5
TOTAL5761100.0
26) Do you have a family member or close relative who works for the local government? (FAMLGOV)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer70.1
-1) Don't know220.4
0) No510588.6
1) Yes62710.9
TOTAL5761100.0
27) Do you have a family member or close relative who works for the police force? (FAMLPOF)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know240.4
0) No492085.4
1) Yes80814.0
TOTAL5761100.0
28) Do you have a family member or close relative who works for the national government in [capital of the country]? (FAMNGOV)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know420.7
0) No536893.2
1) Yes3325.8
TOTAL5761100.0
29) Do you have a family member or close relative who works for an international organization or company? (FAMIORZ)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know901.6
0) No525991.3
1) Yes3996.9
TOTAL5761100.0
30) Has anybody in your household lost his/her job during the last twelve months? (JOBLOST)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know601.0
0) No497586.4
1) Yes69112.0
TOTAL5761100.0
31) Do you have a family member or close relative currently living abroad? (FAMCLAB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.1
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know220.4
0) No310453.9
1) Yes262645.6
TOTAL5761100.0
32) Do you have a family member or close relative who had been living abroad for at least twelve months but returned to [country] within the last six months? (FAMCRRE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.1
-1) Don't know300.5
0) No531392.2
1) Yes4127.2
TOTAL5761100.0
33) Now, let me ask about your friends. Do you have any close friends currently living abroad? (CLFRDAB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know230.4
0) No438776.1
1) Yes134323.3
TOTAL5761100.0
34) Do you have any close friends who had been living abroad for at least twelve months but have returned to [country] within the last six months? (CLFRDRE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know380.7
0) No550295.5
1) Yes2043.5
TOTAL5761100.0
35) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. I miss having people around. (FEELMSS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer140.2
-1) Don't know911.6
1) Does not describe216437.6
2) More or less describes188132.7
3) Describes160327.8
TOTAL5761100.0
36) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. There are plenty of people I can rely on when I have problems. (FEELRLY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know1071.9
1) Does not describe162328.2
2) More or less describes269746.8
3) Describes131922.9
TOTAL5761100.0
37) For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. I often feel rejected. (FEELREJ)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer260.5
-1) Don't know1783.1
1) Does not describe350360.8
2) More or less describes130022.6
3) Describes74312.9
TOTAL5761100.0
38) How much could you trust the following people to deal honestly with people like you while performing their jobs? Plumbers, builders, car mechanics, and other repair people. (RELPLMB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer240.4
-1) Don't know63010.9
1) Fully distrust4898.5
2) 24507.8
3) 3167229.0
4) 4173430.1
5) Fully trust75713.1
TOTAL5761100.0
39) How much could you trust the following people to deal honestly with people like you while performing their jobs? Financial companies such as banks and insurance agencies. (RELFINC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer250.4
-1) Don't know78913.7
1) Fully distrust70612.3
2) 25319.2
3) 3165328.7
4) 4153626.7
5) Fully trust5148.9
TOTAL5761100.0
40) How much could you trust the following people to deal honestly with people like you while performing their jobs? Private sector employers. (RELPRIV)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer300.5
-1) Don't know100917.5
1) Fully distrust72212.5
2) 263811.1
3) 3182631.7
4) 4120220.9
5) Fully trust3195.5
TOTAL5761100.0
41) How much could you trust the following people to deal honestly with people like you while performing their jobs? Public officials. (RELPUBL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer310.5
-1) Don't know65311.3
1) Fully distrust102117.7
2) 270712.3
3) 3173930.2
4) 4120620.9
5) Fully trust3956.9
TOTAL5761100.0
42) People may have different attitudes toward representatives of various nationalities. Now, I am going to read out a list of nationalities. Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Greeks? (FRNDGRE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer240.4
-1) Don't know3335.8
0) Disapprove170129.5
1) Approve368864.0
TOTAL5761100.0
43) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Greeks? (BUSINGRE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know3726.5
0) Disapprove170429.6
1) Approve364263.2
TOTAL5761100.0
44) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Greeks? (MARWGRE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer180.3
-1) Don't know1232.1
0) Disapprove394668.5
1) Approve165528.7
TOTAL5761100.0
45) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Jews? (FRNDJEW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer250.4
-1) Don't know3385.9
0) Disapprove209936.4
1) Approve328457.0
TOTAL5761100.0
46) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Jews? (BUSINJEW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer250.4
-1) Don't know3646.3
0) Disapprove197734.3
1) Approve337658.6
TOTAL5761100.0
47) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Jews? (MARWJEW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer210.4
-1) Don't know1342.3
0) Disapprove432375.0
1) Approve126321.9
TOTAL5761100.0
48) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Swedes? (FRNDSWE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer260.5
-1) Don't know4097.1
0) Disapprove186432.4
1) Approve344659.8
TOTAL5761100.0
49) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Swedes? (BUSINSWE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error210.4
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know4217.3
0) Disapprove176030.6
1) Approve353961.4
TOTAL5761100.0
50) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Swedes? (MARWSWE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer190.3
-1) Don't know1642.8
0) Disapprove415672.1
1) Approve140024.3
TOTAL5761100.0
51) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Turks? (FRNDTUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know1562.7
0) Disapprove209036.3
1) Approve348360.5
TOTAL5761100.0
52) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Turks? (BUSINTUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know2093.6
0) Disapprove185032.1
1) Approve366763.7
TOTAL5761100.0
53) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Turks? (MARWTUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know801.4
0) Disapprove431174.8
1) Approve133623.2
TOTAL5761100.0
54) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Italians? (FRNDITA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer250.4
-1) Don't know3065.3
0) Disapprove163328.3
1) Approve377865.6
TOTAL5761100.0
55) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Italians? (BUSINITA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error210.4
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know3395.9
0) Disapprove157827.4
1) Approve380666.1
TOTAL5761100.0
56) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Italians? (MARWITA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know1222.1
0) Disapprove391568.0
1) Approve168529.2
TOTAL5761100.0
57) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Russians? (FRNDRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1242.2
0) Disapprove128522.3
1) Approve432175.0
TOTAL5761100.0
58) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Russians? (BUSINRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know2043.5
0) Disapprove114819.9
1) Approve437575.9
TOTAL5761100.0
59) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Russians? (MARWRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know791.4
0) Disapprove372464.6
1) Approve191933.3
TOTAL5761100.0
60) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Armenians? (FRNDARM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer190.3
-1) Don't know1111.9
0) Disapprove214137.2
1) Approve347660.3
TOTAL5761100.0
61) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Armenians? (BUSINARM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer140.2
-1) Don't know1743.0
0) Disapprove226439.3
1) Approve329157.1
TOTAL5761100.0
62) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Armenians? (MARWARM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer180.3
-1) Don't know711.2
0) Disapprove311554.1
1) Approve253844.1
TOTAL5761100.0
63) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Chinese? (FRNDCHI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know3275.7
0) Disapprove237041.1
1) Approve303352.6
TOTAL5761100.0
64) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Chinese? (BUSINCHI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know3285.7
0) Disapprove206735.9
1) Approve333257.8
TOTAL5761100.0
65) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Chinese? (MARWCHI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know1071.9
0) Disapprove475782.6
1) Approve86215.0
TOTAL5761100.0
66) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Azerbaijanis? (FRNDAZE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know991.7
0) Disapprove183731.9
1) Approve379665.9
TOTAL5761100.0
67) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Azerbaijanis? (BUSINAZE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know1442.5
0) Disapprove177230.8
1) Approve381266.2
TOTAL5761100.0
68) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Azerbaijanis? (MARWAZE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know691.2
0) Disapprove336858.5
1) Approve229439.8
TOTAL5761100.0
69) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Germans? (FRNDGER)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know2554.4
0) Disapprove153226.6
1) Approve394568.5
TOTAL5761100.0
70) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Germans? (BUSINGER)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know2865.0
0) Disapprove139824.3
1) Approve404570.2
TOTAL5761100.0
71) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Germans? (MARWGER)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer260.5
-1) Don't know1162.0
0) Disapprove396568.8
1) Approve163528.4
TOTAL5761100.0
72) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Georgians? (FRNDGEO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer110.2
-1) Don't know1282.2
0) Disapprove166328.9
1) Approve394168.4
TOTAL5761100.0
73) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Georgians? (BUSINGEO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1933.4
0) Disapprove158627.5
1) Approve394668.5
TOTAL5761100.0
74) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Georgians? (MARWGEO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know661.1
0) Disapprove316655.0
1) Approve249243.3
TOTAL5761100.0
75) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Kurds? (FRNDKUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know2975.2
0) Disapprove268546.6
1) Approve274447.6
TOTAL5761100.0
76) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Kurds? (BUSINKUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer250.4
-1) Don't know3395.9
0) Disapprove260045.1
1) Approve277848.2
TOTAL5761100.0
77) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Kurds? (MARWKUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error280.5
-2) Refuse to answer180.3
-1) Don't know1182.0
0) Disapprove487884.7
1) Approve71912.5
TOTAL5761100.0
78) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Americans? (FRNDUSA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know2504.3
0) Disapprove161428.0
1) Approve386367.1
TOTAL5761100.0
79) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Americans? (BUSINUSA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error210.4
-2) Refuse to answer210.4
-1) Don't know2844.9
0) Disapprove146625.4
1) Approve396968.9
TOTAL5761100.0
80) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Americans? (MARWUSA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know1182.0
0) Disapprove394268.4
1) Approve165828.8
TOTAL5761100.0
81) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Abkhazians? (FRNDABK)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip377065.4
-3) Interviewer error1803.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know460.8
0) Disapprove3255.6
1) Approve143624.9
TOTAL5761100.0
82) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Abkhazians? (BUSINABK)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip377065.4
-3) Interviewer error1823.2
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know571.0
0) Disapprove3686.4
1) Approve137623.9
TOTAL5761100.0
83) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Abkhazians? (MARWABK)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip377065.4
-3) Interviewer error1843.2
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know611.1
0) Disapprove110119.1
1) Approve64111.1
TOTAL5761100.0
84) Can you please tell me whether you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity being friends with Ossetians? (FRNDOSS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip377065.4
-3) Interviewer error1803.1
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know470.8
0) Disapprove3395.9
1) Approve142124.7
TOTAL5761100.0
85) Would you approve or disapprove of people of your ethnicity doing business with Ossetians? (BUSINOSS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip377065.4
-3) Interviewer error1823.2
-2) Refuse to answer70.1
-1) Don't know611.1
0) Disapprove3826.6
1) Approve135923.6
TOTAL5761100.0
86) Would you approve or disapprove of women of your ethnicity marrying Ossetians? (MARWOSS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip377065.4
-3) Interviewer error1843.2
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know641.1
0) Disapprove109919.1
1) Approve64011.1
TOTAL5761100.0
87) Do you have a job? This job may be part-time or full-time, or you may be officially employed, informally employed, or self-employed, but it brings you monetary income. (HAVEJOB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know50.1
0) No354461.5
1) Yes219638.1
TOTAL5761100.0
88) Speaking about your primary place of employment only, which of the following best describes your status and the type of workplace? (WORKTYP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip355761.7
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer120.2
-1) Don't know60.1
1) Run my own business/self-employed without employees, including working on a land plot62010.8
2) Run my own business/self-employed with employees, including working on a land plot641.1
3) Employee in a small local family business/household production1482.6
4) Employee in a medium-size or big local private organization, company, or enterprise3756.5
5) Employee in a state organization, company, or enterprise71712.4
6) Employee in a foreign or international organization, company, enterprise, or joint venture480.8
7) Employee in a local or international non-governmental or non-profit organization200.3
8) Other1743.0
TOTAL5761100.0
89) Speaking about your primary place of employment, from which year have you been employed at this workplace? (WORKYRS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761711.936961
90) Still speaking about your primary place of employment only, which of the following best describes the sector in which you work? (WORKSEC)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip355761.7
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know120.2
1) Agriculture, hunting and forestry5008.7
2) Refuse to answer30.1
3) Mining and quarrying300.5
4) Manufacturing911.6
5) Electricity, gas, and/or water supply480.8
6) Construction1983.4
7) Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles, motorcycles and personal and household goods2123.7
8) Hotels, restaurants, cafes400.7
9) Transport, storage and communication1242.2
10) Financial intermediation/banking310.5
11) Real estate, property and renting related activities190.3
12) Government, public administration and defense1442.5
13) Education3125.4
14) Healthcare and social work1302.3
15) Civil society/NGO160.3
16) Other2714.7
TOTAL5761100.0
91) Which of the following best describes your situation? (UNEMTYP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip221738.5
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know140.2
1) Unemployed and looking for a job107918.7
2) Unemployed and interested in a job, but currently NOT looking for a job2574.5
3) Unemployed and not interested in looking for a job (if NOT a housewife)1282.2
4) Student1232.1
5) Housewife65711.4
6) Retired and looking for a job1071.9
7) Retired and interested in a job, but currently NOT looking for a job1612.8
8) Retired and NOT interested in looking for a job79113.7
9) Disabled1713.0
10) Other390.7
TOTAL5761100.0
92) From which year have you not had a job? (UNEMYRS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip428474.4
-5) Never had a job/Not applicable5128.9
-3) Interviewer error500.9
-2) Refuse to answer80.1
-1) Don't know530.9
1980) 198030.1
1982) 198230.1
1983) 198320.0
1984) 198440.1
1985) 198550.1
1986) 198670.1
1987) 198760.1
1988) 1988140.2
1989) 1989120.2
1990) 1990571.0
1991) 1991490.9
1992) 1992450.8
1993) 1993430.7
1994) 1994270.5
1995) 1995310.5
1996) 1996220.4
1997) 1997200.3
1998) 1998280.5
1999) 1999360.6
2000) 2000551.0
2001) 2001260.5
2002) 2002200.3
2003) 2003370.6
2004) 2004480.8
2005) 2005350.6
2006) 2006320.6
2007) 2007671.2
2008) 2008601.0
2009) 2009601.0
TOTAL5761100.0
93) From the time you have not had a job, have you engaged in any informal, temporary, or seasonal labor which brought you monetary income? (INFWRKE)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip428474.4
-3) Interviewer error250.4
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know60.1
0) Disapprove88815.4
1) Yes5539.6
TOTAL5761100.0
94) Speaking about your personal monetary income last month, after all taxes are paid, to which of the following groups do you belong? Please think of all sources of income that you had last month. (PERSINC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer1502.6
-1) Don't know1212.1
1) More than USD $1200140.2
2) USD $801-$1200230.4
3) USD $401-$8001432.5
4) USD $251-$4004608.0
5) USD $101-$250116520.2
6) USD $51-$100144125.0
7) Up to USD $5072012.5
8) 0152226.4
TOTAL5761100.0
95) How many times have you taken out a loan or had a debt or a line of credit, including instant credit, of more than $100 USD in the last twelve months? (LOANNUM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer1642.8
-1) Don't know2284.0
0) 0351661.0
1) 182714.4
2) 24277.4
3) 32253.9
4) 4921.6
5) 51071.9
6) 6350.6
7) 7170.3
8) 8190.3
9) 930.1
10) 10460.8
12) 12180.3
15) 1590.2
20) 2070.1
25) 2510.0
55) 5510.0
TOTAL5761100.0
96) Compared to the situation twelve months ago, do you think that the number of jobs available in [country] has decreased, remained the same, or increased? (NUMJOBS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer260.5
-1) Don't know86515.0
1) Decreased301952.4
2) Remained the same111819.4
3) Increased71812.5
TOTAL5761100.0
97) Which of the following factors do you consider most important for getting a good job in [country]? You will be able to name two such factors if you wish, but first, please choose only one factor which you find of primary importance. (GETJOBN1)
TOTAL%
-2) Refuse to answer140.2
-1) Don't know1352.3
1) Connections214837.3
2) Education159527.7
3) Hard work3015.2
4) Luck2664.6
5) Professional abilities4808.3
6) Talent1462.5
7) Work experience2233.9
8) Age2163.7
9) Appearance1091.9
10) Other1282.2
TOTAL5761100.0
98) If you think there is more than one factor, please tell me which factor you consider the second most important for getting a good job in [country]? (GETJOB2)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable1382.4
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer190.3
-1) Don't know1873.2
1) Connections81114.1
2) Education95616.6
3) Hard work5028.7
4) Luck57710.0
5) Professional abilities81314.1
6) Talent3125.4
7) Work experience69812.1
8) Age3816.6
9) Appearance2364.1
10) Other1121.9
TOTAL5761100.0
99) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "Our way of life needs to be protected against European influences"? Do you… (PROTEUI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer390.7
-1) Don't know90215.7
1) Strongly disagree4878.5
2) Somewhat disagree114719.9
3) Somewhat agree159727.7
4) Strongly agree158727.5
TOTAL5761100.0
100) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "Our way of life needs to be protected against Russian influences"? Do you… (PROTRUI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error30.1
-2) Refuse to answer480.8
-1) Don't know78113.6
1) Strongly disagree85714.9
2) Somewhat disagree120020.8
3) Somewhat agree147625.6
4) Strongly agree139624.2
TOTAL5761100.0
101) To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statement: "Our way of life needs to be protected against American influences"? Do you… (PROTAMI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer490.9
-1) Don't know97116.9
1) Strongly disagree4868.4
2) Somewhat disagree101117.5
3) Somewhat agree156227.1
4) Strongly agree168029.2
TOTAL5761100.0
102) Compared to the policies of the Bush administration, do you think that the policies of Obama's administration toward [country] are now… (OBAMPOL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer490.9
-1) Don't know152726.5
1) Much less favorable941.6
2) 24217.3
3) 3244042.4
4) 4108718.9
5) Much more favorable1302.3
TOTAL5761100.0
103) Is [country] a member of the European Union? (MEMBREU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know141024.5
0) No243442.2
1) Yes189732.9
TOTAL5761100.0
104) Is [country] a member of the Council of Europe? (MEMBRCE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer270.5
-1) Don't know155827.0
0) No120020.8
1) Yes297051.6
TOTAL5761100.0
105) Is [country] a member of the Organization for European Development? (MEMBOED)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer581.0
-1) Don't know267746.5
0) No133423.2
1) Yes168529.2
TOTAL5761100.0
106) Using this CARD, where ‘1' means "Nothing at all" and ‘10' means "A great deal," please tell me how much you feel you know about the European Union, its policies, and its institutions? (EUKNOWL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.5
-2) Refuse to answer340.6
-1) Don't know93016.1
1) 1168029.2
2) 279113.7
3) 375413.1
4) 45369.3
5) 558610.2
6) 61542.7
7) 71172.0
8) 8540.9
9) 9240.4
10) 10751.3
TOTAL5761100.0
107) Using the same CARD, please tell me how much you feel you know about the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)? (CISKNWL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error210.4
-2) Refuse to answer350.6
-1) Don't know83514.5
1) 1121021.0
2) 275713.1
3) 379013.7
4) 462610.9
5) 572912.7
6) 62123.7
7) 72123.7
8) 81522.6
9) 9510.9
10) 101312.3
TOTAL5761100.0
108) Is [country] currently a member of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)? (MEMBCIS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer240.4
-1) Don't know116120.2
0) No128722.3
1) Yes326556.7
TOTAL5761100.0
109) Please tell me with which of the following statements you agree? [Country] should focus on closer cooperation with the Commonwealth of Independent States, because that's where we belong. OR, [Country] should focus on closer cooperation with the European Union, because this will help us develop in the right direction. (COOPCIS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer621.1
-1) Don't know126121.9
1) Agree very strongly with statement 199917.3
2) Agree with statement 1113219.6
3) Agree with statement 2131222.8
4) Agree very strongly with statement 266711.6
5) Agree with neither3225.6
TOTAL5761100.0
110) Using a scale of 1 to 5, where ‘1' means no support and ‘5' means your full support, to what extent would you support [country]'s membership in NATO? (NATOSUPP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer470.8
-1) Don't know103718.0
1) Don't support at all63811.1
2) 23195.5
3) 3127522.1
4) 4147825.7
5) Fully support95316.5
TOTAL5761100.0
111) Which of the following, in your opinion, poses the greatest threat to the world? (TREAWRL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error20.0
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know1783.1
1) Spread of nuclear weapons222238.6
2) Pollution and other environment problems4167.2
3) Poverty182531.7
4) AIDS and other infectious diseases5539.6
5) Religious and ethnic hatred2824.9
6) Globalization2003.5
7) Other671.2
TOTAL5761100.0
112) How interested would you say you are in [country]'s foreign policy? Are you… (INTERFP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know1312.3
1) Not at all interested109719.0
2) Hardly interested190233.0
3) Quite interested197434.3
4) Very interested63311.0
TOTAL5761100.0
113) How interested would you say you are in [country]'s domestic policy? Are you… (INTERDP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know1262.2
1) Not at all interested102517.8
2) Hardly interested166328.9
3) Quite interested214837.3
4) Very interested77513.5
TOTAL5761100.0
114) And how interested would you say you are in local policy on the regional, municipal, or village levels? Are you… (INTERLP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error10.0
-2) Refuse to answer240.4
-1) Don't know1091.9
1) Not at all interested101117.5
2) Hardly interested161128.0
3) Quite interested202535.2
4) Very interested98017.0
TOTAL5761100.0
115) Rotation code for the question P4 (TRU) (ROTCODE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error1753.0
1) 1290050.3
16) 16268646.6
TOTAL5761100.0
116) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s army? (TRUARMY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer260.5
-1) Don't know1382.4
1) Fully distrust2063.6
2) 21612.8
3) 368411.9
4) 4164128.5
5) Fully trust288350.0
TOTAL5761100.0
117) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s banks? (TRUBANK)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer340.6
-1) Don't know5179.0
1) Fully distrust63311.0
2) 24988.6
3) 3152726.5
4) 4168229.2
5) Fully trust85714.9
TOTAL5761100.0
118) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s educational system? (TRUEDUC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer320.6
-1) Don't know3005.2
1) Fully distrust4367.6
2) 263010.9
3) 3148325.7
4) 4196534.1
5) Fully trust90315.7
TOTAL5761100.0
119) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s healthcare system? (TRUHLTH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer290.5
-1) Don't know1642.8
1) Fully distrust60910.6
2) 275313.1
3) 3155827.0
4) 4183831.9
5) Fully trust80213.9
TOTAL5761100.0
120) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s courts? (TRUCRTS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer460.8
-1) Don't know63511.0
1) Fully distrust92916.1
2) 295416.6
3) 3166028.8
4) 4107418.6
5) Fully trust4517.8
TOTAL5761100.0
121) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s NGOs? (TRUNGOS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error290.5
-2) Refuse to answer571.0
-1) Don't know122321.2
1) Fully distrust5369.3
2) 25128.9
3) 3181731.5
4) 4115720.1
5) Fully trust4307.5
TOTAL5761100.0
122) Please tell me how much you trust [country] Parliament? (TRUPARL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer551.0
-1) Don't know3436.0
1) Fully distrust86415.0
2) 277713.5
3) 3168429.2
4) 4138324.0
5) Fully trust64811.2
TOTAL5761100.0
123) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s executive government (Prime Minister and ministers)? (TRUEXEC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer591.0
-1) Don't know3736.5
1) Fully distrust75913.2
2) 271512.4
3) 3158027.4
4) 4147925.7
5) Fully trust77413.4
TOTAL5761100.0
124) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s President? (TRUPRES)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer751.3
-1) Don't know2183.8
1) Fully distrust5359.3
2) 23886.7
3) 3114019.8
4) 4155927.1
5) Fully trust183531.9
TOTAL5761100.0
125) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s police? (TRUPOLI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer490.9
-1) Don't know2203.8
1) Fully distrust81614.2
2) 271912.5
3) 3154026.7
4) 4156227.1
5) Fully trust84514.7
TOTAL5761100.0
126) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s media? (TRUMEDI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer390.7
-1) Don't know2985.2
1) Fully distrust4207.3
2) 258510.2
3) 3211236.7
4) 4174630.3
5) Fully trust5529.6
TOTAL5761100.0
127) Please tell me how much you trust [country]'s local government? (TRULOCG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer510.9
-1) Don't know2804.9
1) Fully distrust64611.2
2) 267311.7
3) 3168029.2
4) 4163428.4
5) Fully trust78213.6
TOTAL5761100.0
128) Please tell me how much you trust religious institutions to which you belong? (TRURELI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error170.3
-2) Refuse to answer581.0
-1) Don't know3746.5
1) Fully distrust1753.0
2) 21382.4
3) 366511.5
4) 4129822.5
5) Fully trust303652.7
TOTAL5761100.0
129) Please tell me how much you trust the Ombudsman? (TRUOMB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer621.1
-1) Don't know136923.8
1) Fully distrust4447.7
2) 24277.4
3) 3154326.8
4) 4126021.9
5) Fully trust63611.0
TOTAL5761100.0
130) Please tell me how much you trust the European Union? (TRUSTEU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer551.0
-1) Don't know121821.1
1) Fully distrust4888.5
2) 24227.3
3) 3161728.1
4) 4139824.3
5) Fully trust5559.6
TOTAL5761100.0
131) Please tell me how much you trust the United Nations? (TRUSTUN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer551.0
-1) Don't know124121.5
1) Fully distrust5479.5
2) 24557.9
3) 3162628.2
4) 4129922.5
5) Fully trust5259.1
TOTAL5761100.0
132) There are different opinions regarding the direction in which [country]'s domestic politics are going. Which of the following would you personally agree with? (POLDIRN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer601.0
-1) Don't know114119.8
1) Politics is definitely going in the wrong direction2013.5
2) 267711.8
3) 3185332.2
4) 4135523.5
5) Politics is definitely going in the right direction4668.1
TOTAL5761100.0
133) What do you think is the most important issue face [country] at the moment? (IMPISS1)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer70.1
-1) Don't know741.3
1) Affordable healthcare2514.4
2) Corruption64711.2
3) Court system300.5
4) Fairness of elections671.2
5) Human rights, freedom of speech671.2
6) Unemployment153426.6
7) NATO membership210.4
8) Peace5399.4
9) Pensions2334.0
10) Political stability in [country]1111.9
11) Poverty64511.2
12) Property rights90.2
13) Quality of education631.1
14) Relations with Russia1001.7
15) Rising prices, inflation931.6
16) Territorial integrity109419.0
17) Wages911.6
18) Other811.4
TOTAL5761100.0
134) And tell me the second most important issue facing [country] at the moment. (IMPISS2)
TOTAL%
-5) Nothing else important/not applicable871.5
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know1492.6
1) Affordable healthcare1953.4
2) Corruption3325.8
3) Court system410.7
4) Fairness of elections540.9
5) Human rights, freedom of speech701.2
6) Unemployment124221.6
7) NATO membership270.5
8) Peace4447.7
9) Pensions3566.2
10) Political stability in [country]1091.9
11) Poverty118220.5
12) Property rights350.6
13) Quality of education1542.7
14) Relations with Russia1202.1
15) Rising prices, inflation2804.9
16) Territorial integrity5319.2
17) Wages2514.4
18) Other761.3
TOTAL5761100.0
135) Under the present system of government in [country], do you completely agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or completely disagree that people like yourself are treated fairly by the government? (FAIRTRT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer671.2
-1) Don't know67211.7
1) Completely disagree118320.5
2) Somewhat disagree182131.6
3) Somewhat agree155627.0
4) Completely agree4567.9
TOTAL5761100.0
136) In [country] today, do you think or not that people like yourself have the right to openly say what they think? (FREESPK)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error801.4
-2) Refuse to answer641.1
-1) Don't know60410.5
0) No198634.5
1) Yes302752.5
TOTAL5761100.0
137) Please tell me which of the following statements you agree with? People are like children; the government should take care of them like a parent. OR, Government is like an employee; the people should be the bosses who control the government. (GOVTROL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer420.7
-1) Don't know5118.9
1) Agree very strongly that ‘People are like children; the government should take care of them like a parent.'149826.0
2) Agree that ‘People are like children; the government should take care of them like a parent.'166428.9
3) Agree that ‘Government is like an employee; the people should be the bosses who control the government.'111119.3
4) Agree very strongly that "Government is like an employee; the people should be the bosses who control the government.'69012.0
5) Agree with neither2394.1
TOTAL5761100.0
138) Please tell me which of the following statements do you agree with? The court system in [country] favors some citizens over others. OR, The court system in [country] treats all citizens equally, rather than favoring some over others. (OBJCOUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer741.3
-1) Don't know120020.8
1) Agree very strongly that ‘The court system in [country] favors some citizens over others.'149325.9
2) Agree that ‘The court system in [country] favors some citizens over others.'183931.9
3) Agree that ‘The court system in [country] treats all citizens equally, rather than favoring some over others.'67911.8
4) Agree very strongly that ‘The court system in [country] treats all citizens equally, rather than favoring some over others.'2053.6
5) Agree with neither2664.6
TOTAL5761100.0
139) Which of the following statements do you agree with? People should participate in protest actions against the government, as this shows the government that the people are in charge. OR, People should not participate in protest actions against the government, as it threatens stability in our country. (PROTEST)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error40.1
-2) Refuse to answer941.6
-1) Don't know96616.8
1) Agree very strongly that ‘People should participate in protest actions against the government, as this shows the government that the people are in charge.'96216.7
2) Agree that ‘People should participate in protest actions against the government, as this shows the government that the people are in charge.'126221.9
3) Agree that ‘People should not participate in protest actions against the government, as it threatens stability in our country.'138924.1
4) Agree very strongly that ‘People should not participate in protest actions against the government, as it threatens stability in our country.'64111.1
5) Agree with neither4437.7
TOTAL5761100.0
140) Did you vote in the last national [type of election] election? (VOTLELE)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error50.1
-2) Refuse to answer601.0
-1) Don't know280.5
0) No114619.9
1) Yes452278.5
TOTAL5761100.0
141) Would you say that the most recent [type of election] election was conducted… (ELECRAT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error170.3
-2) Refuse to answer881.5
-1) Don't know130022.6
1) Not at all fairly92416.0
2) To some extent fairly193933.7
3) Completely fairly149325.9
TOTAL5761100.0
142) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Every adult citizen had the right to run for office. (ELECRUN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer1111.9
-1) Don't know113319.7
1) Completely disagree126421.9
2) Rather disagree than agree64611.2
3) Rather agree than disagree113519.7
4) Completely agree146325.4
TOTAL5761100.0
143) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? The ballot was secret. (ELECSEC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer1132.0
-1) Don't know91715.9
1) Completely disagree2935.1
2) Rather disagree than agree3446.0
3) Rather agree than disagree144625.1
4) Completely agree263245.7
TOTAL5761100.0
144) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Voters were not intimidated or pressured. (ELECNOP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error220.4
-2) Refuse to answer1132.0
-1) Don't know121721.1
1) Completely disagree4297.4
2) Rather disagree than agree58410.1
3) Rather agree than disagree141524.6
4) Completely agree198134.4
TOTAL5761100.0
145) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? All parties/candidates had equal opportunities to campaign. (ELECEQU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer1162.0
-1) Don't know149125.9
1) Completely disagree5219.0
2) Rather disagree than agree86114.9
3) Rather agree than disagree141424.5
4) Completely agree134723.4
TOTAL5761100.0
146) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Each party/candidate had equal access to the media. (ELECMED)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1172.0
-1) Don't know155126.9
1) Completely disagree59010.2
2) Rather disagree than agree94416.4
3) Rather agree than disagree138024.0
4) Completely agree117120.3
TOTAL5761100.0
147) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Election administration was politically impartial. (ELECADM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1462.5
-1) Don't know189732.9
1) Completely disagree5669.8
2) Rather disagree than agree84014.6
3) Rather agree than disagree124821.7
4) Completely agree105618.3
TOTAL5761100.0
148) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Courts handled election disputes impartially. (ELECCRT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer1392.4
-1) Don't know231140.1
1) Completely disagree63911.1
2) Rather disagree than agree84814.7
3) Rather agree than disagree100117.4
4) Completely agree81014.1
TOTAL5761100.0
149) Speaking about [the most recent type of national election] in [country], to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Votes were counted correctly. (ELECCNT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer1552.7
-1) Don't know195734.0
1) Completely disagree64511.2
2) Rather disagree than agree63311.0
3) Rather agree than disagree107318.6
4) Completely agree129222.4
TOTAL5761100.0
150) If national elections were held next Sunday, would you participate in the elections or not? Would you… (VOTEPRS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer450.8
-1) Don't know4918.5
1) Certainly not participate3936.8
2) Most probably not participate4407.6
3) Most probably participate152126.4
4) Certainly participate285249.5
TOTAL5761100.0
151) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Citizens can form or join political parties without any restrictions. (POLUNIO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer1222.1
-1) Don't know147225.6
1) Completely disagree4507.8
2) Rather disagree than agree5449.4
3) Rather agree than disagree150826.2
4) Completely agree165328.7
TOTAL5761100.0
152) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Citizens can form or join non-government organizations without any restrictions. (POLNGOS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer1212.1
-1) Don't know169629.4
1) Completely disagree4057.0
2) Rather disagree than agree5499.5
3) Rather agree than disagree152426.5
4) Completely agree145325.2
TOTAL5761100.0
153) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Citizens can publicly and openly say what they think. (POLSAY)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer1172.0
-1) Don't know80614.0
1) Completely disagree60410.5
2) Rather disagree than agree84914.7
3) Rather agree than disagree152426.5
4) Completely agree184532.0
TOTAL5761100.0
154) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Ethnic and religious minorities are excluded from running for political office. (POLMNR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer1302.3
-1) Don't know178731.0
1) Completely disagree109319.0
2) Rather disagree than agree86915.1
3) Rather agree than disagree99417.3
4) Completely agree87015.1
TOTAL5761100.0
155) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Whoever wins the presidential elections is entitled to govern as he/she sees fit. (POLPRES)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer1212.1
-1) Don't know101217.6
1) Completely disagree162528.2
2) Rather disagree than agree116620.2
3) Rather agree than disagree92216.0
4) Completely agree89915.6
TOTAL5761100.0
156) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Courts are free from governmental influence. (POLCOUR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer1312.3
-1) Don't know164328.5
1) Completely disagree106618.5
2) Rather disagree than agree124421.6
3) Rather agree than disagree105618.3
4) Completely agree59810.4
TOTAL5761100.0
157) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? [Country] is governed by the rule of law. (POLRLAW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.5
-2) Refuse to answer1432.5
-1) Don't know127722.2
1) Completely disagree77313.4
2) Rather disagree than agree97516.9
3) Rather agree than disagree148325.7
4) Completely agree108418.8
TOTAL5761100.0
158) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? High officials are punished for unlawful actions. (POLPUN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer1382.4
-1) Don't know125121.7
1) Completely disagree112219.5
2) Rather disagree than agree114919.9
3) Rather agree than disagree127022.0
4) Completely agree81514.1
TOTAL5761100.0
159) Speaking about the current political system in [country], to what extent would you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Major TV channels are independent from the government. (POLMEDI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer1262.2
-1) Don't know143825.0
1) Completely disagree96116.7
2) Rather disagree than agree130522.7
3) Rather agree than disagree131122.8
4) Completely agree60910.6
TOTAL5761100.0
160) There are a number of ethnic groups living in [country]. Which ethnic group do you consider yourself a part of? (ETHNICI)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer30.1
-1) Don't know20.0
1) Armenian207936.1
2) Azerbaijani176330.6
3) Georgian170729.6
4) Other Caucasian ethnicity1232.1
5) Russian430.7
6) Other ethnicity340.6
TOTAL5761100.0
161) Which language did you mainly speak at home when you were a child? (NATLANG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) Armenian201234.9
2) Azerbaijani180031.2
3) Georgian171729.8
4) Russian1532.7
5) Other language681.2
TOTAL5761100.0
162) Starting with elementary school and counting up to the highest level of education you have achieved to date, how many years of study have you completed? (EDUYRS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error991.7
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know280.5
0) 0210.4
1) 160.1
2) 2140.2
3) 3260.5
4) 4931.6
5) 5390.7
6) 6340.6
7) 7821.4
8) 83626.3
9) 91111.9
10) 10157327.3
11) 1171612.4
12) 124147.2
13) 134768.3
14) 144367.6
15) 1567111.6
16) 162975.2
17) 171132.0
18) 18551.0
19) 19370.6
20) 20370.6
21) 2190.2
22) 2230.1
23) 2320.0
24) 2410.0
25) 2510.0
27) 2710.0
TOTAL5761100.0
163) Using this CARD, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in the following: Russian (KNOWRUS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error60.1
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
-1) Don't know721.2
1) No basic knowledge86114.9
2) Beginner113319.7
3) Intermediate251543.7
4) Advanced117220.3
TOTAL5761100.0
164) Using this CARD, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in the following: English (KNOWENG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error250.4
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
-1) Don't know4107.1
1) No basic knowledge398469.2
2) Beginner74913.0
3) Intermediate4638.0
4) Advanced1262.2
TOTAL5761100.0
165) Using this CARD, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in the following: other foreign language (except Russian or English) (KNOWOTH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error270.5
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know5479.5
1) No basic knowledge422573.3
2) Beginner4567.9
3) Intermediate3796.6
4) Advanced1212.1
TOTAL5761100.0
166) Using this CARD, please tell me which one of these levels best describes your ability in the following: computers (Microsoft Office programs, excluding games) (COMPABL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error250.4
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know5048.7
1) No basic knowledge406970.6
2) Beginner4377.6
3) Intermediate4958.6
4) Advanced2253.9
TOTAL5761100.0
167) Which foreign language, if any, do you think should be mandatory in secondary schools of [country]? (FLMANDSC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know3566.2
1) No foreign language should be mandatory67111.6
2) English303652.7
3) Russian156327.1
4) Turkish310.5
5) Other foreign language801.4
TOTAL5761100.0
168) How important do you think it is for people like you to know the legislation of [country]? Please use this CARD. (KNOWLEG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer350.6
-1) Don't know5669.8
1) 12113.7
2) 21682.9
3) 32484.3
4) 42143.7
5) 588515.4
6) 62844.9
7) 74577.9
8) 85689.9
9) 92754.8
10) 10183131.8
TOTAL5761100.0
169) Using this CARD, please tell me how well you feel you know the Constitution of the [country]? (KNOWCNS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer340.6
-1) Don't know64311.2
1) 1154526.8
2) 287415.2
3) 374512.9
4) 45189.0
5) 572712.6
6) 61612.8
7) 71662.9
8) 81292.2
9) 9440.8
10) 101572.7
TOTAL5761100.0
170) Using the same CARD, please tell me how well you feel you know [country]'s laws regulating secondary education? (KNOWEDL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer380.7
-1) Don't know74612.9
1) 1175330.4
2) 278113.6
3) 367411.7
4) 44858.4
5) 562510.8
6) 61943.4
7) 71442.5
8) 81312.3
9) 9480.8
10) 101272.2
TOTAL5761100.0
171) And how well do you know [country]'s laws regulating family life, rights, and obligations of the spouses, and divorce? (KNOWDIV)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer350.6
-1) Don't know74412.9
1) 1162628.2
2) 277713.5
3) 368912.0
4) 45179.0
5) 564011.1
6) 62033.5
7) 71572.7
8) 81382.4
9) 9440.8
10) 101763.1
TOTAL5761100.0
172) How well do you feel you know [country]'s laws regulating taxation of personal income? (KNOWTAX)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer310.5
-1) Don't know96716.8
1) 1212736.9
2) 272212.5
3) 35679.8
4) 43405.9
5) 54628.0
6) 61452.5
7) 71382.4
8) 8941.6
9) 9400.7
10) 101081.9
TOTAL5761100.0
173) And, using the same CARD, please tell me how well you feel you know [country]'s laws regulating rights and obligations of the employees? (KNOWEMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer400.7
-1) Don't know98917.2
1) 1186432.4
2) 270312.2
3) 360110.4
4) 44197.3
5) 55379.3
6) 61672.9
7) 71422.5
8) 81091.9
9) 9480.8
10) 101222.1
TOTAL5761100.0
174) How many weeks of paid maternity leave does a woman in [country] get by law? (MATLEAV)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57614.75315
175) How frequently do you use the Internet? Do you use the Internet… (FRQINTR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error480.8
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
-1) Don't know1432.5
1) Every day3726.5
2) At least once a week2674.6
3) At least once a month1542.7
4) Less often4207.3
5) Never374265.0
6) I don't know what the Internet is60910.6
TOTAL5761100.0
176) Which religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself to belong to? (RELGION)
TOTAL%
-5) None/Not applicable360.6
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
-1) Don't know90.2
1) Armenian Apostolic Church199934.7
2) Roman Catholic Church110.2
3) Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church168129.2
5) Other Protestant church30.1
6) Other Christian church or sect390.7
7) Islam194633.8
8) Judaism30.1
9) Other210.4
TOTAL5761100.0
177) To what extent do your own religious beliefs help you to make decisions in daily life? Please place your answer on a scale of 1 to 5, with ‘1' meaning that your religious beliefs are not helping you at all to make decisions in daily life, and ‘5' meaning that your religious beliefs are helping you very much to make decisions in your daily life. (RELHELP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip470.8
-3) Interviewer error380.7
-2) Refuse to answer270.5
-1) Don't know2404.2
1) Not helping at all2203.8
2) 23395.9
3) 3107318.6
4) 4157627.4
5) Helping very much220138.2
TOTAL5761100.0
178) Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays? (RELSERV)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip470.8
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer330.6
-1) Don't know410.7
1) Every day571.0
2) More than once a week1733.0
3) Once a week4848.4
4) At least once a month91215.8
5) Only on special holidays151626.3
6) Less often137223.8
7) Never111719.4
TOTAL5761100.0
179) How often do you fast when it is required by your religious traditions? Do you… (RELFAST)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip470.8
-5) Fasting is not required in my religion380.7
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know310.5
1) Always fast3415.9
2) Often fast3486.0
3) Sometimes fast61310.6
4) Rarely fast75813.2
5) Never fast355461.7
TOTAL5761100.0
180) How many times did you travel to [capital of country] within the last two months? (CAPTRIP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip156427.1
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer310.5
-1) Don't know721.2
0) 0238541.4
1) 164211.1
2) 23245.6
3) 31582.7
4) 41111.9
5) 5911.6
6) 6460.8
7) 7130.2
8) 8170.3
9) 910.0
10) 101001.7
11) 1110.0
12) 1280.1
15) 15260.5
16) 1620.0
17) 1720.0
20) 20490.9
22) 2210.0
23) 2310.0
25) 2560.1
28) 2810.0
29) 2910.0
30) 30300.5
32) 3210.0
40) 40200.3
44) 4410.0
45) 4530.1
48) 4810.0
50) 50180.3
56) 5610.0
58) 5810.0
60) 60240.4
TOTAL5761100.0
181) How many times have you been outside [country] in the last five years? (FORTRIP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer460.8
-1) Don't know1111.9
0) 0457579.4
1) 14868.4
2) 22223.9
3) 31111.9
4) 4561.0
5) 5571.0
6) 6140.2
7) 7170.3
8) 850.1
9) 930.1
10) 10150.3
14) 1410.0
15) 1530.1
20) 2050.1
25) 2520.0
30) 3040.1
40) 4030.1
90) 9010.0
TOTAL5761100.0
182) If you had a chance, would you leave [country] for a certain period of time to live somewhere else? (MIGSHRT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error70.1
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know1212.1
0) No299852.0
1) Yes262545.6
TOTAL5761100.0
183) If you had a chance, would you leave [country] forever to live somewhere else? (EMIGRAT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer110.2
-1) Don't know1342.3
0) No473482.2
1) Yes87415.2
TOTAL5761100.0
184) Speaking about this dwelling where your household lives, do you… (DWELOWN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error170.3
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
-1) Don't know90.2
1) Own it514389.3
2) Rent it2063.6
3) Live free of charge with the permission of the owner of this1562.7
4) The dwelling is owned by state or by a company2284.0
TOTAL5761100.0
185) Is this dwelling connected to pipeline tap water? (WATRACC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.2
0) No141924.6
1) Yes432875.1
TOTAL5761100.0
186) Please tell me, on average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to pipeline tap water? (WATRFRQ)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip141924.6
-3) Interviewer error330.6
-2) Refuse to answer30.1
-1) Don't know510.9
1) 24 hours per day195634.0
2) Most of the day74813.0
3) A few hours per day112619.5
4) Several times a week3746.5
5) Several times a month380.7
6) Less frequent access130.2
TOTAL5761100.0
187) Is this dwelling connected to electricity from the public grid? (ELECACC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error90.2
0) No210.4
1) Yes573199.5
TOTAL5761100.0
188) Please tell me, on average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to electricity? (ELECFRQ)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip210.4
-3) Interviewer error250.4
-2) Refuse to answer30.1
-1) Don't know500.9
1) 24 hours a day498586.5
2) Most of the day62410.8
3) A few hours per day430.7
4) Several times a week40.1
5) Several times a month20.0
6) Less frequent access40.1
TOTAL5761100.0
189) Speaking about the last six months, have you been disconnected from electricity because you owed money? (ELECDBT)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip210.4
-3) Interviewer error851.5
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know40.1
0) No490985.2
1) Yes74112.9
TOTAL5761100.0
190) Is this dwelling connected to pipeline gas? (GASPACC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer210.4
0) No230039.9
1) Yes344059.7
TOTAL5761100.0
191) Please tell me, on average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to pipeline gas? (GASPFRQ)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip230039.9
-3) Interviewer error290.5
-1) Don't know320.6
1) 24 hours a day299251.9
2) Most of the day2684.7
3) A few hours per day791.4
4) Several times a week190.3
5) Several times a month100.2
6) Less frequent access320.6
TOTAL5761100.0
192) Speaking about the last six months, have you been disconnected from pipeline gas because you owed money? (GASPDBT)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip230039.9
-3) Interviewer skip520.9
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
-1) Don't know10.0
0) No302752.5
1) Yes3806.6
TOTAL5761100.0
193) Is this dwelling connected to trash removal? (TRSHACC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error270.5
0) No261245.3
1) Yes312254.2
TOTAL5761100.0
194) Please tell me, on average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to trash removal? (TRSHFRQ)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip261245.3
-3) Interviewer error530.9
-1) Don't know540.9
1) 24 hours per day79713.8
2) Most of the day621.1
3) A few hours per day2574.5
4) Several times a week140024.3
5) Several times a month4327.5
6) Less frequent access941.6
TOTAL5761100.0
195) Is this dwelling connected to public sewage system? (SEWGACC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error400.7
-1) Don't know10.0
0) No279348.5
1) Yes292750.8
TOTAL5761100.0
196) Please tell me what were the most important means of heating your dwelling last winter? [INTERVIEWER: DO NOT READ OUT THE OPTIONS. CIRCLE CODES CORRESPONDING TO THE RESPONDENT'S ANSWERS. ACCEPT UP TO TWO ANSWERS.] (HEATDW)
197) Climate control system(s) (HEATCCS)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No553196.0
1) Yes931.6
TOTAL5761100.0
198) Coal/kerosene stove(s) (HEATCKS)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No553796.1
1) Yes871.5
TOTAL5761100.0
199) Electric heater(s) (HEATELH)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No464280.6
1) Yes98217.0
TOTAL5761100.0
200) Gas stove(s) (HEATGS)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No460880.0
1) Yes101617.6
TOTAL5761100.0
201) Gas heater(s) (HEATGH)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No444377.1
1) Yes118120.5
TOTAL5761100.0
202) Public central heating system (HEATPUCH)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No555496.4
1) Yes701.2
TOTAL5761100.0
203) Private central heating system (HEATPRCH)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No551295.7
1) Yes1121.9
TOTAL5761100.0
204) Wood burning stove(s) (HEATWBS)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No286849.8
1) Yes275647.8
TOTAL5761100.0
205) Other (HEATOTH)
TOTAL%
-5) No heating last winter/Not applicable1071.9
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know80.1
0) No537593.3
1) Yes2494.3
TOTAL5761100.0
206) How do you usually get around for your everyday activities? (GETARND)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
-2) Refuse to answer180.3
-1) Don't know70.1
1) Bike60.1
2) Bus101617.6
3) Minibus164328.5
4) Personal car67411.7
5) Taxi1893.3
6) Subway/metro1041.8
7) Walk203435.3
8) Horse/donkey170.3
9) Other420.7
TOTAL5761100.0
207) Which of the following statements best describes the current economic situation of your household? (ECONSTN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer581.0
-1) Don't know621.1
1) Money is not enough for food171129.7
2) Money is enough for food only, but not for clothes222238.6
3) Money is enough for food and clothes, but not enough for expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine140024.3
4) We can afford to buy some expensive durables like a refrigerator or washing machine1893.3
5) We can afford to buy anything we need1071.9
TOTAL5761100.0
208) Now, I will read you a series of household items. Please note that we are only interested in items that your household owns and that are in normal working order. Please tell me whether or not your household owns a color television. (OWNCOTV)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
0) No5249.1
1) Yes522090.6
TOTAL5761100.0
209) How many color televisions does your household own? (NUMCOTV)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip5299.2
-3) Interviewer error871.5
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) 1463180.4
2) 24247.4
3) 3821.4
4) 460.1
5) 510.0
TOTAL5761100.0
210) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPCOTV)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip5299.2
-5) Not purchased/Not applicable1101.9
-3) Interviewer error280.5
-2) Refuse to answer260.5
-1) Don't know2895.0
1968) 196810.0
1970) 197010.0
1972) 197210.0
1975) 197510.0
1976) 197610.0
1979) 197940.1
1980) 1980160.3
1981) 198120.0
1982) 198240.1
1983) 198330.1
1984) 198430.1
1985) 1985130.2
1986) 198690.2
1987) 198750.1
1988) 198870.1
1989) 1989180.3
1990) 1990490.9
1991) 199170.1
1992) 1992320.6
1993) 1993270.5
1994) 1994380.7
1995) 1995891.5
1996) 1996881.5
1997) 1997991.7
1998) 19981442.5
1999) 19992083.6
2000) 20004507.8
2001) 20012584.5
2002) 20023105.4
2003) 20033415.9
2004) 20044968.6
2005) 20055088.8
2006) 20064427.7
2007) 20074257.4
2008) 20084027.0
2009) 20091703.0
9000) 9000801.4
9980) 998050.1
9990) 9990220.4
TOTAL5761100.0
211) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a DVD player. (OWNDVDP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
0) No364563.3
1) Yes208736.2
TOTAL5761100.0
212) How many DVD players does your household own? (NUMDVDP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip365063.4
-3) Interviewer error350.6
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) 1203135.3
2) 2380.7
3) 360.1
TOTAL5761100.0
213) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPDVDP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip365063.4
-5) Not purchased/Not applicable771.3
-3) Interviewer error300.5
-2) Refuse to answer90.2
-1) Don't know530.9
1995) 199530.1
1996) 199640.1
1997) 199760.1
1998) 199810.0
1999) 1999130.2
2000) 2000410.7
2001) 2001270.5
2002) 2002440.8
2003) 2003721.2
2004) 20041542.7
2005) 20052253.9
2006) 20063345.8
2007) 20074447.7
2008) 20084157.2
2009) 20091382.4
9000) 9000200.3
9980) 998010.0
TOTAL5761100.0
214) Please tell me whether or not your household owns an automatic washing machine. (OWNWASH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
0) No409171.0
1) Yes164428.5
TOTAL5761100.0
215) How many washing machines does your household own? (NUMWASH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409771.1
-3) Interviewer error430.7
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) 1161328.0
2) 270.1
TOTAL5761100.0
216) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPWASH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip409771.1
-5) Not purchased/Not applicable470.8
-3) Interviewer error290.5
-2) Refuse to answer100.2
-1) Don't know621.1
1970) 197010.0
1972) 197250.1
1975) 197520.0
1976) 197640.1
1977) 197710.0
1978) 197860.1
1979) 197910.0
1980) 198050.1
1981) 198120.0
1982) 198220.0
1983) 198340.1
1985) 198560.1
1986) 198630.1
1987) 198750.1
1988) 198840.1
1989) 198990.2
1990) 1990170.3
1991) 199120.0
1992) 199220.0
1993) 199330.1
1994) 199420.0
1995) 1995130.2
1996) 1996110.2
1997) 1997110.2
1998) 1998110.2
1999) 1999210.4
2000) 2000641.1
2001) 2001260.5
2002) 2002510.9
2003) 2003631.1
2004) 2004971.7
2005) 20051492.6
2006) 20062123.7
2007) 20072684.7
2008) 20082945.1
2009) 20091121.9
9000) 9000230.4
9980) 998010.0
9990) 999030.1
TOTAL5761100.0
217) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a refrigerator. (OWNFRDG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
0) No149626.0
1) Yes424673.7
TOTAL5761100.0
218) How many refrigerators does your household own? (NUMFRDG)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip150226.1
-3) Interviewer error1011.8
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) 1410071.2
2) 2530.9
3) 340.1
TOTAL5761100.0
219) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPFRDG)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57611490.5941694
220) Please tell me whether or not your household owns an air conditioner. (OWNAIRC)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error330.6
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
0) No530292.0
1) Yes4207.3
TOTAL5761100.0
221) How many air conditioners does your household own? (NUMAIRC)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip530892.1
-3) Interviewer error390.7
1) 13996.9
2) 2130.2
4) 420.0
TOTAL5761100.0
222) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPAIRC)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip530892.1
-5) Not purchased/Not applicable60.1
-3) Interviewer error360.6
-2) Refuse to answer50.1
-1) Don't know290.5
1975) 197520.0
1976) 197610.0
1980) 198040.1
1983) 198310.0
1985) 198530.1
1986) 198620.0
1987) 198710.0
1989) 198950.1
1990) 199060.1
1991) 199110.0
1992) 199230.1
1993) 199310.0
1994) 199410.0
1995) 199590.2
1996) 199660.1
1997) 199740.1
1998) 199830.1
1999) 1999140.2
2000) 2000180.3
2001) 2001100.2
2002) 200280.1
2003) 2003130.2
2004) 2004230.4
2005) 2005280.5
2006) 2006601.0
2007) 2007571.0
2008) 2008621.1
2009) 2009270.5
9000) 900010.0
9990) 999030.1
TOTAL5761100.0
223) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a car. (OWNCARS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
0) No448577.9
1) Yes124721.6
TOTAL5761100.0
224) How many cars does your household own? (NUMCARS)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip449178.0
-3) Interviewer error480.8
1) 1114919.9
2) 2611.1
3) 370.1
4) 440.1
5) 510.0
TOTAL5761100.0
225) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPCARS)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761436.4691023
226) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a cell phone. (OWNCELL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error200.3
-2) Refuse to answer60.1
0) No120420.9
1) Yes453178.6
TOTAL5761100.0
227) How many cell phones does your household own? (NUMCELL)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip121021.0
-3) Interviewer error971.7
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) 1228039.6
2) 2127922.2
3) 35359.3
4) 42484.3
5) 5751.3
6) 6240.4
7) 7100.2
10) 1010.0
12) 1210.0
TOTAL5761100.0
228) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPCELL)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip121021.0
-5) Not purchased/Not applicable1723.0
-3) Interviewer error320.6
-2) Refuse to answer220.4
-1) Don't know2253.9
1990) 199010.0
1993) 199310.0
1995) 199510.0
1996) 199650.1
1997) 199730.1
1998) 199860.1
1999) 1999110.2
2000) 2000791.4
2001) 2001310.5
2002) 2002761.3
2003) 20031081.9
2004) 20042103.6
2005) 20053536.1
2006) 20065108.9
2007) 200776613.3
2008) 2008109118.9
2009) 200976613.3
9000) 9000801.4
9990) 999020.0
TOTAL5761100.0
229) Please tell me whether or not your household owns a personal computer, including a laptop. (OWNCOMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error490.9
-2) Refuse to answer130.2
-1) Don't know881.5
0) No481883.6
1) Yes79313.8
TOTAL5761100.0
230) How many personal computers, including laptops, does your household own? (NUMCOMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip491985.4
-3) Interviewer error631.1
1) 175713.1
2) 2180.3
3) 320.0
4) 410.0
5) 510.0
TOTAL5761100.0
231) Please tell me the year the latest model was purchased. (YRPCOMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip491985.4
-5) Not purchased / Not applicable440.8
-3) Interviewer error551.0
-2) Refuse to answer110.2
-1) Don't know100.2
1997) 199710.0
1998) 199810.0
1999) 199920.0
2000) 2000140.2
2001) 2001100.2
2002) 2002140.2
2003) 2003240.4
2004) 2004360.6
2005) 2005540.9
2006) 2006891.5
2007) 20071442.5
2008) 20081893.3
2009) 20091362.4
9000) 900080.1
TOTAL5761100.0
232) Please tell me whether or not your household has Internet access from your home computer (WEBHOME)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip491985.4
-3) Interviewer error601.0
-1) Don't know40.1
0) No2474.3
1) Yes5319.2
TOTAL5761100.0
233) Year since Internet access available (YRWEBHO)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip517089.7
-3) Interviewer error811.4
1998) 199810.0
1999) 199920.0
2000) 200040.1
2001) 200140.1
2002) 200270.1
2003) 2003110.2
2004) 2004280.5
2005) 2005300.5
2006) 2006420.7
2007) 2007721.2
2008) 20081512.6
2009) 20091582.7
TOTAL5761100.0
234) Which household appliance, if any, is your household planning to buy in the next six months? (PLANBUY)
TOTAL%
-5) Don't plan to buy any appliance/Not applicable322155.9
-3) Interviewer error290.5
-2) Refuse to answer901.6
-1) Don't know73912.8
1) Color TV1152.0
2) DVD player540.9
3) Satellite dish871.5
4) Video camera260.5
5) Dishwasher350.6
6) Automatic washing machine4157.2
7) Climate control system/Air conditioner891.5
8) Gas heater340.6
9) Microwave130.2
10) Refrigerator/Freezer2324.0
11) Gas stove430.7
12) Vacuum cleaner530.9
13) Electric or gas water heater220.4
14) Cell phone551.0
15) Personal computer/Laptop1943.4
16) Photo camera190.3
17) Iron290.5
18) Small kitchen appliance (toaster, mixer, meat grinder, etc.)370.6
19) Range hood90.2
20) Outdoor grill20.0
21) Other1192.1
TOTAL5761100.0
235) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of bread or pasta due to budget difficulties? (LIMBRED)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable160.3
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know230.4
0) No467881.2
1) Yes101117.5
TOTAL5761100.0
236) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of butter or milk due to budget difficulties? (LIMMILK)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable280.5
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer150.3
-1) Don't know260.5
0) No362863.0
1) Yes204835.5
TOTAL5761100.0
237) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of meat due to budget difficulties? (LIMMEAT)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable180.3
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know260.5
0) No198734.5
1) Yes369864.2
TOTAL5761100.0
238) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of fruit or vegetables (except potatoes) due to budget difficulties? (LIMVEGS)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable210.4
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know240.4
0) No378565.7
1) Yes189933.0
TOTAL5761100.0
239) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of potatoes due to budget difficulties? (LIMPOTA)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable160.3
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer160.3
-1) Don't know180.3
0) No473882.2
1) Yes95716.6
TOTAL5761100.0
240) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of electricity due to budget difficulties? (LIMELEC)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable130.2
-3) Interviewer error150.3
-2) Refuse to answer170.3
-1) Don't know200.3
0) No199234.6
1) Yes370464.3
TOTAL5761100.0
241) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of gas due to budget difficulties? (LIMGASS)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable111219.3
-3) Interviewer error721.2
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know250.4
0) No190433.0
1) Yes262845.6
TOTAL5761100.0
242) Please tell me, over the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of transportation due to budget difficulties? (LIMTRAN)
TOTAL%
-5) Not applicable3115.4
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer210.4
-1) Don't know350.6
0) No244042.4
1) Yes293150.9
TOTAL5761100.0
243) Does your household currently have any savings? (SAVINGS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error350.6
-2) Refuse to answer841.5
-1) Don't know1152.0
0) No491385.3
1) Yes61410.7
TOTAL5761100.0
244) Does your household currently have any debts? (DEBTSHH)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error290.5
-2) Refuse to answer751.3
-1) Don't know871.5
0) No304252.8
1) Yes252843.9
TOTAL5761100.0
245) During the last twelve months, have you or any other member of your household participated in the "money lottery"? (HHMNLOT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error240.4
-2) Refuse to answer300.5
-1) Don't know971.7
0) No523390.8
1) Yes3776.5
TOTAL5761100.0
246) Many households obtain income from several sources. Using this CARD, please rank all sources of your household's monetary income in the last twelve months. Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Money from family members, relatives, or friends living elsewhere in this country. (INCRAAB)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable498686.5
-3) Interviewer error120.2
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 12414.2
2) 21833.2
3) 3300.5
4) 450.1
TOTAL5761100.0
247) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Money from family members, relatives, or friends living in another country. (INCRARM)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable481183.5
-3) Interviewer error100.2
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 13576.2
2) 22414.2
3) 3330.6
4) 450.1
TOTAL5761100.0
248) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Cash sales from agricultural products. (INCRAAG)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable385967.0
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 190215.7
2) 261510.7
3) 3601.0
4) 420.0
TOTAL5761100.0
249) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Aggregated earned income (salary) of all household members, except sales of agricultural products. (INCRASLV)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable301652.4
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 1203535.3
2) 23716.4
3) 3210.4
4) 410.0
TOTAL5761100.0
250) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Pensions and government benefits. (INCRAGO)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable278248.3
-3) Interviewer error310.5
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 1145725.3
2) 2108718.9
3) 3961.7
4) 440.1
TOTAL5761100.0
251) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Income from renting of property, vehicles, or appliances. (INCRARE)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable538493.5
-3) Interviewer error90.2
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 1300.5
2) 2290.5
3) 340.1
4) 410.0
TOTAL5761100.0
252) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Income from sale of property, vehicles, or appliances. (INCRASA)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable543294.3
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 180.1
2) 260.1
3) 320.0
5) 510.0
TOTAL5761100.0
253) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Interest earnings on deposits or securities. (INCRAINT)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable543894.4
-3) Interviewer error80.1
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 120.0
2) 240.1
3) 330.1
4) 410.0
6) 610.0
TOTAL5761100.0
254) Please think about the income of all members of your household. Which one was your household's largest source of income? Which one was your household's second largest source of income, and so on? Other sources of income. (INCRAOT)
TOTAL%
-5) Not mentioned/Not applicable459079.7
-3) Interviewer error280.5
-2) Refuse to answer1723.0
-1) Don't know1322.3
1) 13415.9
2) 24618.0
3) 3350.6
4) 410.0
7) 710.0
TOTAL5761100.0
255) In the last twelve months, has your household… (FINAN12)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error480.8
-2) Refuse to answer1612.8
-1) Don't know1632.8
1) Saved money2594.5
2) Just got by395368.6
3) Spent some savings3025.2
4) Borrowed money76213.2
5) Spent savings AND borrowed money1132.0
TOTAL5761100.0
256) Household income is a sum of monetary income of all household members. Speaking about monetary income of all your household members last month, to which of the following groups does your household belong? (MONYTOT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error130.2
-2) Refuse to answer2163.7
-1) Don't know3706.4
1) More than USD $1200420.7
2) USD $801 – $12001312.3
3) USD $401 – $80057810.0
4) USD $251 – $400100517.4
5) USD $101 – $250181931.6
6) USD $51 – $100119920.8
7) Up to USD $503886.7
TOTAL5761100.0
257) Using this CARD, please tell me your household's spending last month? (SPENDMO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error160.3
-2) Refuse to answer2103.6
-1) Don't know60010.4
1) More than USD $1200360.6
2) USD $801 – $12001312.3
3) USD $401 – $80060710.5
4) USD $251 – $400113619.7
5) USD $101 – $250169129.4
6) USD $51 – $100104718.2
7) Up to USD $502875.0
TOTAL5761100.0
258) What is the approximate percentage of your household's monthly monetary income that is spent on food? Do you spend… (PCTFOOD)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer791.4
-1) Don't know4027.0
1) 25% or less4898.5
2) 26% to 50%202635.2
3) 51% to 75%202635.2
4) 76% to 100%72012.5
TOTAL5761100.0
259) In the past six months, how often has your household borrowed any money to buy food? Have you borrowed money… (FOODDBT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error210.4
-2) Refuse to answer1152.0
-1) Don't know2764.8
1) Every month97516.9
2) Every other month5599.7
3) Less frequently139024.1
4) Never242542.1
TOTAL5761100.0
260) What is the approximate percentage of your household's monthly monetary income that is spent on utilities? Do you spend… (PCTUTIL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error230.4
-2) Refuse to answer921.6
-1) Don't know4608.0
1) 25% or less389467.6
2) 26% to 50%115020.0
3) 51% to 75%1152.0
4) 76% to 100%270.5
TOTAL5761100.0
261) In the past six months, how often has your household borrowed any money to pay for utilities? Have you borrowed money… (UTILDBT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error390.7
-2) Refuse to answer1232.1
-1) Don't know3295.7
1) Each month2905.0
2) Every other month4698.1
3) Less frequently104418.1
4) Never346760.2
TOTAL5761100.0
262) Excluding income from sales of property or vehicles, compared to 2007, was your household's income in 2008… (CYRRLPR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error140.2
-2) Refuse to answer1562.7
-1) Don't know63311.0
1) Lower than in 2007145825.3
2) About the same as in 2007260245.2
3) Higher than in 200789815.6
TOTAL5761100.0
263) Compared to 2008, excluding income from sales of property or vehicles, do you believe your household's income in 2009 will be… (NYRRLPR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error180.3
-2) Refuse to answer1622.8
-1) Don't know99817.3
1) Lower than in 2008154626.8
2) About the same as in 2008240741.8
3) Higher than in 200863010.9
TOTAL5761100.0
264) Using this CARD, let's imagine there is a 10-step ladder reflecting the economic standing of all households in [country] today. The first rung of this ladder corresponds to the lowest possible economic position in society, while the tenth rung corresponds to the highest possible position. On which rung of this ladder do you think your household currently stands? (CURRUNG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error190.3
-2) Refuse to answer230.4
-1) Don't know2464.3
1) 15679.8
2) 278713.7
3) 3125121.7
4) 4112119.5
5) 5123821.5
6) 62865.0
7) 71642.8
8) 8500.9
9) 950.1
10) 1040.1
TOTAL5761100.0
265) And again using this CARD, on which rung of this ladder do you think your household will be standing five years from now? (FUTRUNG)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error470.8
-2) Refuse to answer681.2
-1) Don't know300752.2
1) 11793.1
2) 22173.8
3) 33546.1
4) 43355.8
5) 55209.0
6) 63225.6
7) 73205.6
8) 82073.6
9) 9781.4
10) 101071.9
TOTAL5761100.0
266) Relative to most of the households around you, would you describe the current economic condition of your household as… (RELCOND)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error530.9
-2) Refuse to answer200.3
-1) Don't know1703.0
1) Very poor3175.5
2) 2147525.6
3) 3319155.4
4) 45078.8
5) Very good280.5
TOTAL5761100.0
267) What is the minimal monthly income that would enable your household to live a "normal" life? (MININCN)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761873.2291026
268) Do you think your children will be better off or worse off financially than you are when they are your age? (CHLDFIN)
TOTAL%
-5) No children/Not applicable72212.5
-3) Interviewer error410.7
-2) Refuse to answer500.9
-1) Don't know221938.5
1) Worse off3836.6
2) The same2243.9
3) Better off212236.8
TOTAL5761100.0
269) Did the respondent ask for help from other household member(s) while answering the questions of this section? (HELP_C)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error1121.9
0) No375465.2
1) Yes189532.9
TOTAL5761100.0
270) Number of household members (HHSIZE)
TOTAL%
1) 59310.3
2) 92416.0
3) 98917.2
4) 134223.3
5) 89415.5
6) 57510.0
7) 2484.3
8) 951.6
9) 480.8
10) 250.4
11) 140.2
12) 70.1
13) 70.1
TOTAL5761100.0
271) Now, I would like to ask you about all the members of your household that live here most of the time, including yourself. I am only interested in your household members' characteristics, and I won't ask you their names. Let's start with you. (RESPOND)
TOTAL%
1) Respondent5761100.0
TOTAL5761100.0
272) In what year were you born? (RESPDOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57611983.338644
273) Where were you born? (RESPPOB)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error150.3
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted311254.0
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country113519.7
3) In a settlement in another region of the country118920.6
4) Outside the country, but inside the former Soviet Union2764.8
5) Outside the former Soviet Union340.6
TOTAL5761100.0
274) What was the highest level of education you have completed? (RESPEDU)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) No primary education530.9
2) Primary education1973.4
3) Incomplete secondary education59610.3
4) Completed secondary education219438.1
5) Secondary technical education120420.9
6) Incomplete higher education2434.2
7) Completed higher education122921.3
8) Post-graduate degree340.6
TOTAL5761100.0
275) Are you currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (RESEMPL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error1973.4
-2) Refuse to answer20.0
0) No346260.1
1) Yes210036.5
TOTAL5761100.0
276) For how many years in total have you been employed in any job since 1992? (RESYREM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error4006.9
0) 0211636.7
1) 12163.7
2) 22494.3
3) 32143.7
4) 41823.2
5) 52564.4
6) 61642.8
7) 71632.8
8) 81602.8
9) 9991.7
10) 102564.4
11) 11581.0
12) 121081.9
13) 13731.3
14) 14811.4
15) 151602.8
16) 161322.3
17) 1767411.7
TOTAL5761100.0
277) What is your current marital status? (RESPMAR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error420.7
-2) Refuse to answer40.1
1) Never married98817.1
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony200734.8
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state1332.3
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage136123.6
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage1552.7
6) Divorced1592.8
7) Separated621.1
8) Widow/widower85014.8
TOTAL5761100.0
278) Does your spouse also live in this household? (RESSPHH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip206335.8
-3) Interviewer error470.8
0) No2554.4
1) Yes339658.9
TOTAL5761100.0
279) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH2RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error440.8
2) Spouse271047.0
3) Son/daughter82614.3
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law122021.2
5) Sister/brother1502.6
6) Grandfather/grandmother731.3
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law601.0
8) Grandchild300.5
9) Other person related to the respondent380.7
10) Other person not related to the respondent170.3
TOTAL5761100.0
280) What is the sex of this person? (HHM2SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error160.3
1) Male303852.7
2) Female211436.7
TOTAL5761100.0
281) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM2DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57611744.733748
282) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM2POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error90.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted289550.3
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country99717.3
3) In a settlement in another region of the country101817.7
4) Outside the county, but inside the former Soviet Union2183.8
5) Outside the former Soviet Union310.5
TOTAL5761100.0
283) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HH2EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error120.2
1) No primary education881.5
2) Primary education1893.3
3) Incomplete secondary education57410.0
4) Completed secondary education217137.7
5) Secondary technical education98417.1
6) Incomplete higher education1502.6
7) Completed higher education99017.2
8) Post-graduate degree100.2
TOTAL5761100.0
284) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM2EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1172.0
-5) No such member in the HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error260.5
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
0) No291550.6
1) Yes210936.6
TOTAL5761100.0
285) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM2YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1973.4
-5) No such member in the HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error3415.9
0) 0170529.6
1) 11142.0
2) 21733.0
3) 31482.6
4) 41622.8
5) 52253.9
6) 61362.4
7) 71252.2
8) 81512.6
9) 9681.2
10) 102945.1
11) 11430.7
12) 121031.8
13) 13591.0
14) 14831.4
15) 151512.6
16) 161302.3
17) 1776013.2
TOTAL5761100.0
286) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM2MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1642.8
-5) No such member in the HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error220.4
1) Never married4818.3
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony226139.2
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state1222.1
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage145025.2
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage1412.4
6) Divorced460.8
7) Separated190.3
8) Widow/widower4628.0
TOTAL5761100.0
287) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM2SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117220.3
-5) No such member in the HH59310.3
-3) Interviewer error340.6
0) No1162.0
1) Yes384666.8
TOTAL5761100.0
288) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH3RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH151726.3
-3) Interviewer error300.5
2) Spouse4027.0
3) Son/daughter215937.5
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law97016.8
5) Sister/brother2574.5
6) Grandfather/grandmother350.6
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law2143.7
8) Grandchild911.6
9) Other person related to the respondent731.3
10) Other person not related to the respondent130.2
TOTAL5761100.0
289) What is the sex of this person? (HHM3SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH151726.3
-3) Interviewer error280.5
1) Male186532.4
2) Female235140.8
TOTAL5761100.0
290) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM3DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57611430.025959
291) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM3POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household151726.3
-3) Interviewer error130.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted282349.0
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country63711.1
3) In a settlement in another region of the country63010.9
4) Outside the county, but inside the former Soviet Union1262.2
5) Outside the former Soviet Union150.3
TOTAL5761100.0
292) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM3EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the household151726.3
-3) Interviewer error601.0
-1) Don't know10.0
1) No primary education3345.8
2) Primary education3165.5
3) Incomplete secondary education76713.3
4) Completed secondary education147925.7
5) Secondary technical education5028.7
6) Incomplete higher education1973.4
7) Completed higher education58510.2
8) Post-graduate degree30.1
TOTAL5761100.0
293) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM3EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip80213.9
-5) No such member in the HH151726.3
-3) Interviewer error530.9
0) No232640.4
1) Yes106318.5
TOTAL5761100.0
294) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM3YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip114519.9
-5) No such member in the HH151726.3
-3) Interviewer error2404.2
0) 0139624.2
1) 11011.8
2) 21372.4
3) 31312.3
4) 41222.1
5) 51582.7
6) 6551.0
7) 7731.3
8) 8581.0
9) 9370.6
10) 101011.8
11) 11150.3
12) 12320.6
13) 13380.7
14) 14170.3
15) 15500.9
16) 16460.8
17) 172925.1
TOTAL5761100.0
295) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM3MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip100917.5
-5) No such member in HH151726.3
-3) Interviewer error641.1
-2) Refuse to answer10.0
1) Never married101917.7
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony95916.6
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state591.0
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage72912.7
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage731.3
6) Divorced370.6
7) Separated140.2
8) Widow/widower2804.9
TOTAL5761100.0
296) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM3SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip236041.0
-5) No such member in the HH151726.3
-3) Interviewer error791.4
0) No861.5
1) Yes171929.8
TOTAL5761100.0
297) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH4RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error260.5
2) Spouse2193.8
3) Son/daughter157627.4
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law3195.5
5) Sister/brother3646.3
6) Grandfather/grandmother460.8
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law3666.4
8) Grandchild2474.3
9) Other person related to the respondent781.4
10) Other person not related to the respondent140.2
TOTAL5761100.0
298) What is the sex of this person? (HHM4SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error260.5
1) Male127722.2
2) Female195233.9
TOTAL5761100.0
299) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM4DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57611104.6341054
300) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM4POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error150.3
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted233640.5
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country4517.8
3) In a settlement in another region of the country3686.4
4) Outside the county, but inside the former Soviet Union751.3
5) Outside the former Soviet Union100.2
TOTAL5761100.0
301) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM4EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error811.4
-1) Don't know10.0
1) No primary education4307.5
2) Primary education3295.7
3) Incomplete secondary education69912.1
4) Completed secondary education91615.9
5) Secondary technical education3095.4
6) Incomplete higher education1432.5
7) Completed higher education3466.0
8) Post-graduate degree10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
302) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM4EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip107418.6
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error571.0
0) No157927.4
1) Yes5459.5
TOTAL5761100.0
303) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM4YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip139724.2
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error1803.1
0) 0100917.5
1) 1791.4
2) 2931.6
3) 3661.1
4) 4490.9
5) 5651.1
6) 6380.7
7) 7290.5
8) 8280.5
9) 9120.2
10) 10450.8
11) 1180.1
12) 12120.2
13) 1370.1
14) 1440.1
15) 15250.4
16) 16140.2
17) 17951.6
TOTAL5761100.0
304) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM4MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip129022.4
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error571.0
1) Never married80814.0
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony4808.3
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state470.8
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage4257.4
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage470.8
6) Divorced200.3
7) Separated40.1
8) Widow / Widower771.3
TOTAL5761100.0
305) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM4SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip219938.2
-5) No such member in the HH250643.5
-3) Interviewer error611.1
0) No400.7
1) Yes95516.6
TOTAL5761100.0
306) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH5RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error130.2
2) Spouse591.0
3) Son/daughter85014.8
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law961.7
5) Sister/brother2033.5
6) Grandfather/grandmother160.3
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law1592.8
8) Grandchild3996.9
9) Other person related to the respondent1091.9
10) Other person not related to the respondent90.2
TOTAL5761100.0
307) What is the sex of this person? (HHM5SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error170.3
1) Male82014.2
2) Female107618.7
TOTAL5761100.0
308) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM5DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761652.838979
309) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM5POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted151426.3
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country1933.4
3) In a settlement in another region of the country1672.9
4) Outside the county, but inside the former Soviet Union250.4
5) Outside the former Soviet Union30.1
TOTAL5761100.0
310) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM5EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error851.5
1) No primary education4577.9
2) Primary education2203.8
3) Incomplete secondary education4588.0
4) Completed secondary education4067.0
5) Secondary technical education1152.0
6) Incomplete higher education490.9
7) Completed higher education1232.1
TOTAL5761100.0
311) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM5EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip98517.1
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error360.6
0) No71712.4
1) Yes1753.0
TOTAL5761100.0
312) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM5YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip117520.4
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error911.6
0) 04317.5
1) 1260.5
2) 2400.7
3) 3320.6
4) 4150.3
5) 5220.4
6) 660.1
7) 7100.2
8) 860.1
9) 950.1
10) 10100.2
11) 1110.0
12) 1250.1
13) 1310.0
14) 1420.0
15) 1570.1
16) 1650.1
17) 17230.4
TOTAL5761100.0
313) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM5MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip112119.5
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error270.5
1) Never married3576.2
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony1662.9
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state150.3
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage1572.7
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage270.5
6) Divorced40.1
7) Separated30.1
8) Widow/widower360.6
TOTAL5761100.0
314) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM5SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip152126.4
-5) No such member in the HH384866.8
-3) Interviewer error300.5
0) No160.3
1) Yes3466.0
TOTAL5761100.0
315) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH6RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error110.2
2) Spouse210.4
3) Son/daughter3886.7
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law330.6
5) Sister/brother771.3
6) Grandfather/grandmother60.1
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law731.3
8) Grandchild2935.1
9) Other person related to the respondent1071.9
10) Other person not related to the respondent100.2
TOTAL5761100.0
316) What is the sex of this person? (HHM6SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error120.2
1) Male4287.4
2) Female57910.1
TOTAL5761100.0
317) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM6DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761346.018793
318) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM6POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted81814.2
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country961.7
3) In a settlement in another region of the country851.5
4) Outside the county, but inside the former Soviet Union90.2
TOTAL5761100.0
319) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM6EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error681.2
1) No primary education3405.9
2) Primary education1372.4
3) Incomplete secondary education2113.7
4) Completed secondary education1733.0
5) Secondary technical education320.6
6) Incomplete higher education150.3
7) Completed higher education430.7
TOTAL5761100.0
320) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM6EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip65511.4
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error200.3
0) No2844.9
1) Yes601.0
TOTAL5761100.0
321) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM6YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip73212.7
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error350.6
0) 01833.2
1) 170.1
2) 280.1
3) 3140.2
4) 480.1
5) 570.1
6) 620.0
7) 730.1
8) 830.1
9) 920.0
10) 1050.1
16) 1620.0
17) 1780.1
TOTAL5761100.0
322) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM6MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip70912.3
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error210.4
1) Never married1182.0
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony661.1
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state70.1
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage691.2
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage130.2
6) Divorced20.0
7) Separated10.0
8) Widow/widower130.2
TOTAL5761100.0
323) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM6SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip84314.6
-5) No such member in the HH474282.3
-3) Interviewer error250.4
0) No40.1
1) Yes1472.6
TOTAL5761100.0
324) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH7RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error60.1
2) Spouse50.1
3) Son/daughter1582.7
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law160.3
5) Sister/brother260.5
6) Grandfather/grandmother60.1
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law150.3
8) Grandchild1322.3
9) Other person related to the respondent741.3
10) Other person not related to the respondent60.1
TOTAL5761100.0
325) What is the sex of this person? (HHM7SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error60.1
1) Male2123.7
2) Female2263.9
TOTAL5761100.0
326) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM7DOB)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761145.678539
327) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM7POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error70.1
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted3686.4
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country370.6
3) In a settlement in another region of the country250.4
4) Outside the county, but inside the former Soviet Union70.1
TOTAL5761100.0
328) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM7EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error310.5
1) No primary education1953.4
2) Primary education601.0
3) Incomplete secondary education811.4
4) Completed secondary education480.8
5) Secondary technical education120.2
6) Incomplete higher education20.0
7) Completed higher education150.3
TOTAL5761100.0
329) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM7EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip3335.8
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error90.2
0) No831.4
1) Yes190.3
TOTAL5761100.0
330) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM7YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip3506.1
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error210.4
0) 0460.8
1) 150.1
2) 240.1
3) 340.1
5) 550.1
10) 1020.0
13) 1310.0
16) 1620.0
17) 1740.1
TOTAL5761100.0
331) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM7MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip3456.0
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error90.2
1) Never married340.6
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony180.3
3) Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state10.0
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage240.4
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage30.1
6) Divorced10.0
7) Separated10.0
8) Widow/widower80.1
TOTAL5761100.0
332) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM7SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip3896.8
-5) No such member in the HH531792.3
-3) Interviewer error90.2
0) No20.0
1) Yes440.8
TOTAL5761100.0
333) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH8RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error10.0
2) Spouse50.1
3) Son/daughter520.9
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law30.1
5) Sister/brother90.2
6) Grandfather/grandmother10.0
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law80.1
8) Grandchild661.1
9) Other person related to the respondent480.8
10) Other person not related to the respondent30.1
TOTAL5761100.0
334) What is the sex of this person? (HHM8SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) Male981.7
2) Female961.7
TOTAL5761100.0
335) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM8DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error50.1
1930) 193020.0
1938) 193810.0
1940) 194010.0
1957) 195710.0
1958) 195810.0
1959) 195910.0
1968) 196810.0
1972) 197210.0
1975) 197540.1
1979) 197910.0
1980) 198010.0
1981) 198110.0
1982) 198210.0
1983) 198330.1
1984) 198430.1
1985) 198520.0
1986) 198610.0
1987) 198750.1
1988) 198820.0
1989) 198920.0
1990) 199010.0
1991) 199110.0
1992) 199250.1
1993) 199320.0
1994) 199410.0
1995) 199540.1
1996) 199630.1
1997) 199730.1
1998) 199860.1
1999) 199980.1
2000) 200060.1
2001) 200170.1
2002) 200280.1
2003) 200380.1
2004) 2004130.2
2005) 2005120.2
2006) 2006300.5
2007) 2007190.3
2008) 200880.1
2009) 2009100.2
9000) 900010.0
TOTAL5761100.0
336) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM8POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted1632.8
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country170.3
3) In a settlement in another region of the country130.2
4) Outside the county, but inside the former Soviet Union20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
337) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM8EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error110.2
1) No primary education991.7
2) Primary education240.4
3) Incomplete secondary education270.5
4) Completed secondary education260.5
5) Secondary technical education30.1
6) Incomplete higher education20.0
7) Completed higher education40.1
TOTAL5761100.0
338) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM8EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1482.6
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error30.1
0) No370.6
1) Yes80.1
TOTAL5761100.0
339) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM8YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1562.7
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error50.1
0) 0260.5
2) 210.0
3) 310.0
5) 510.0
6) 620.0
9) 910.0
10) 1020.0
17) 1710.0
TOTAL5761100.0
340) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM8MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1512.6
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error40.1
1) Never married140.2
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony120.2
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage100.2
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage10.0
6) Divorced20.0
8) Widow/widower20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
341) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM8SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip1692.9
-5) No such member in the HH556596.6
-3) Interviewer error40.1
0) No10.0
1) Yes220.4
TOTAL5761100.0
342) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH9RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error10.0
2) Spouse10.0
3) Son/daughter140.2
5) Sister/brother50.1
6) Grandfather/grandmother10.0
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law50.1
8) Grandchild420.7
9) Other person related to the respondent300.5
10) Other person not related to the respondent20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
343) What is the sex of this person? (HHM9SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) Male470.8
2) Female530.9
TOTAL5761100.0
344) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM9DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error50.1
1923) 192310.0
1960) 196010.0
1966) 196610.0
1978) 197810.0
1980) 198030.1
1983) 198310.0
1984) 198410.0
1985) 198510.0
1987) 198710.0
1988) 198830.1
1989) 198910.0
1990) 199020.0
1991) 199110.0
1993) 199310.0
1994) 199420.0
1995) 199510.0
1996) 199630.1
1997) 199720.0
1998) 199810.0
2000) 200050.1
2001) 200120.0
2002) 200240.1
2003) 200350.1
2004) 200420.0
2005) 200590.2
2006) 200670.1
2007) 200780.1
2008) 2008160.3
2009) 200990.2
9000) 900010.0
TOTAL5761100.0
345) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM9POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted831.4
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country70.1
3) In a settlement in another region of the country100.2
TOTAL5761100.0
346) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM9EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error50.1
1) No primary education551.0
2) Primary education160.3
3) Incomplete secondary education70.1
4) Completed secondary education100.2
5) Secondary technical education20.0
7) Completed higher education60.1
TOTAL5761100.0
347) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM9EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip771.3
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error30.1
0) No160.3
1) Yes50.1
TOTAL5761100.0
348) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM9YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip801.4
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error60.1
0) 0110.2
3) 330.1
8) 810.0
TOTAL5761100.0
349) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM9MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip801.4
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) Never married60.1
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony50.1
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage50.1
5) Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage20.0
8) Widow/widower10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
350) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM9SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip871.5
-5) No such member in the HH566098.2
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) Yes120.2
TOTAL5761100.0
351) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH10RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
3) Son/daughter50.1
5) Sister/brother20.0
7) Son-in-law/daughter-in-law30.1
8) Grandchild210.4
9) Other person related to the respondent200.3
10) Other person not related to the respondent10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
352) What is the sex of this person? (HHM10SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) Male240.4
2) Female280.5
TOTAL5761100.0
353) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM10DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1968) 196810.0
1976) 197610.0
1979) 197920.0
1984) 198410.0
1985) 198510.0
1987) 198710.0
1988) 198820.0
1991) 199120.0
1993) 199310.0
1997) 199720.0
1998) 199830.1
1999) 199910.0
2000) 200010.0
2001) 200110.0
2002) 200220.0
2003) 200330.1
2004) 200430.1
2005) 200540.1
2006) 200630.1
2007) 200730.1
2008) 200870.1
2009) 200950.1
9000) 900010.0
TOTAL5761100.0
354) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM10POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted420.7
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country60.1
3) In a settlement in another region of the country40.1
TOTAL5761100.0
355) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM10EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error50.1
1) No primary education250.4
2) Primary education70.1
3) Incomplete secondary education80.1
4) Completed secondary education50.1
5) Secondary technical education10.0
7) Completed higher education20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
356) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM10EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip390.7
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
0) No120.2
TOTAL5761100.0
357) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM10YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip400.7
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer40.1
0) 080.1
6) 610.0
TOTAL5761100.0
358) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM10MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip400.7
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) Never married30.1
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony30.1
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage50.1
TOTAL5761100.0
359) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM10SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip430.7
-5) No such member in the HH570899.1
-3) Interviewer error20.0
0) No10.0
1) Yes70.1
TOTAL5761100.0
360) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH11RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
3) Son/daughter20.0
4) Mother/father/mother-in-law/father-in-law10.0
5) Sister/brother30.1
8) Grandchild80.1
9) Other person related to the respondent140.2
TOTAL5761100.0
361) What is the sex of this person? (HHM11SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1) Male130.2
2) Female140.2
TOTAL5761100.0
362) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM11DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1955) 195510.0
1981) 198110.0
1982) 198210.0
1984) 198410.0
1990) 199010.0
1991) 199110.0
1997) 199720.0
1999) 199930.1
2000) 200010.0
2001) 200110.0
2004) 200410.0
2005) 200510.0
2006) 200640.1
2007) 200730.1
2008) 200840.1
2009) 200910.0
TOTAL5761100.0
363) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM11POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted220.4
2) In another settlement, but I the same region of the country30.1
3) In a settlement in another region of the country30.1
TOTAL5761100.0
364) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM11EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
-3) Interviewer error30.1
1) No primary education140.2
2) Primary education40.1
3) Incomplete secondary education20.0
4) Completed secondary education40.1
7) Completed higher education10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
365) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM11EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip220.4
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
0) No50.1
1) Yes10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
366) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM11YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip220.4
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
0) 050.1
15) 1510.0
TOTAL5761100.0
367) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM11MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip220.4
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
1) Never married30.1
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony10.0
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
368) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM11SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip250.4
-5) No such member in the HH573399.5
1) Yes30.1
TOTAL5761100.0
369) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH12RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
3) Son/daughter10.0
5) Sister/brother30.1
8) Grandchild40.1
9) Other person related to the respondent60.1
TOTAL5761100.0
370) What is the sex of this person? (HHM12SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
1) Male70.1
2) Female70.1
TOTAL5761100.0
371) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM12DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
-3) Interviewer error10.0
1983) 198310.0
1986) 198610.0
1990) 199010.0
1992) 199210.0
1994) 199410.0
1998) 199810.0
2004) 200410.0
2006) 200620.0
2007) 200720.0
2008) 200820.0
TOTAL5761100.0
372) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM12POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted90.2
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country20.0
3) In a settlement in another region of the country20.0
4) Outside the country, but inside the Former Soviet Union10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
373) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM12EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
-3) Interviewer error20.0
1) No primary education50.1
2) Primary education10.0
3) Incomplete secondary education30.1
4) Completed secondary education20.0
7) Completed higher education10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
374) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM12EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip90.2
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
0) No40.1
1) Yes10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
375) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM12YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip110.2
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
0) 020.0
8) 810.0
TOTAL5761100.0
376) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM12MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip100.2
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
1) Never married20.0
2) Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony10.0
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
377) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM12SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip120.2
-5) No such member in the HH574799.8
1) Yes20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
378) What is the next household member's relationship to the respondent? (HH13RELR)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
3) Son/daughter30.1
8) Grandchild20.0
9) Other person related to the respondent20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
379) What is the sex of this person? (HHM13SEX)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
1) Male40.1
2) Female30.1
TOTAL5761100.0
380) In what year was this member of the household born? (HHM13DOB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
1980) 198010.0
1999) 199910.0
2004) 200410.0
2005) 200520.0
2009) 200920.0
TOTAL5761100.0
381) Where was this member of the household born? (HHM13POB)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
1) In this settlement, where the interview is now conducted40.1
2) In another settlement, but in the same region of the country10.0
3) In a settlement in another region of the country20.0
TOTAL5761100.0
382) What is the highest level of education this household member has completed? (HHM13EDU)
TOTAL%
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
1) No primary education40.1
3) Incomplete secondary education20.0
4) Completed secondary education10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
383) Is this member of the household currently employed? This employment may be part-time or full-time, official, informal, or self-employment, but it brings monetary income. (HHM13EMP)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip60.1
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
0) No10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
384) For how many years in total has this member of the household been employed in any job since 1992? (HHM13YEM)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip60.1
-5) No such member in HH575499.9
0) 010.0
TOTAL5761100.0
385) What is this household member's current marital status? (HHM13MAR)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip60.1
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
4) Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
386) Does the spouse of this household member also currently live in this household? (HHM13SPH)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip60.1
-5) No such member in the HH575499.9
0) No10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
387) Respondent asked for help from another household member when answering household items (HELPA)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error1863.2
0) No357562.1
1) Yes200034.7
TOTAL5761100.0
388) Was anybody but you and the respondent him/herself able to listen to the respondent's answer during the interview? (LISTENO)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error310.5
1) Yes, during the entire interview126522.0
2) Yes, most of the time123621.5
3) Yes, while the respondent was answering questions for section A and/or section4227.3
4) Yes, for less than half of the interview, except while the respondent was answering questions for section A and/or section C1723.0
5) Yes, for only a few questions except while the respondent was answering questions for section A and/or section C2364.1
6) No239941.6
TOTAL5761100.0
389) Respondent's overall attitude (RESPATT)
390) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: interested, involved? (RESPINT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.5
0) No358662.2
1) Yes214937.3
TOTAL5761100.0
391) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: friendly? (RESPFRN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.5
0) No284149.3
1) Yes289450.2
TOTAL5761100.0
392) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: impatient? (RESPIMP)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.5
0) No504887.6
1) Yes68711.9
TOTAL5761100.0
393) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: worried, nervous? (RESPWOR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.5
0) No544394.5
1) Yes2925.1
TOTAL5761100.0
394) Overall, would you say that the respondent's attitude toward the interview was: hostile? (RESPHOS)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error260.5
0) No571899.3
1) Yes170.3
TOTAL5761100.0
395) How often did the respondent ask for clarification on the questions? (FRQCLAR)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error270.5
1) Never185332.2
2) Just for a few questions (fewer than 10)223238.7
3) For some questions, but not that many (approximately between 10 and 20)111319.3
4) For a substantial number of questions, but less than half the interview4087.1
5) Throughout most of the interview, or through the entire interview1282.2
TOTAL5761100.0
396) How often was the respondent distracted during the interview? (FRQDIST)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error280.5
1) Never347460.3
2) Just for a few questions (fewer than 10)152826.5
3) For some questions, but not that many (approximately between 10 and 20)4918.5
4) For a substantial number of questions, but less than half the interview1713.0
5) Throughout most of the interview, or through the entire interview691.2
TOTAL5761100.0
397) How often did you feel that the respondent lacked knowledge about the questions you asked? (FRQKNOW)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error250.4
1) Never172229.9
2) Just for a few questions (fewer than 10)211336.7
3) For some questions, but not that many (approximately between 10 and 20)111819.4
4) For a substantial number of questions, but less than half the interview57910.1
5) Throughout most of the interview, or through the entire interview2043.5
TOTAL5761100.0
398) How often did you feel the respondent was reluctant to answer the questions? (FRQRLCT)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error1071.9
1) Never300852.2
2) Just for a few questions (fewer than 10)165028.6
3) For some questions, but not that many (approximately between 10 and 20)64811.2
4) For a substantial number of questions, but less than half the interview2774.8
5) Throughout most of the interview, or through the entire interview711.2
TOTAL5761100.0
399) Did the respondent appear to you: (RESPSIN)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error300.5
1) Completely honest187832.6
2) Mostly honest308853.6
3) Mostly dishonest69012.0
4) Completely dishonest751.3
TOTAL5761100.0
400) Would you say that the respondent's behavior during the interview was mostly: (RESPCOM)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error280.5
1) Comfortable281448.8
2) Neutral237641.2
3) Nervous5439.4
TOTAL5761100.0
401) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the respondent's level of intelligence? (RESPINL)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error270.5
1) Not intelligent at all3295.7
2) 2137623.9
3) 3248443.1
4) 4136223.6
5) Very intelligent1833.2
TOTAL5761100.0
402) Interviewer code (INTID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57611140.042517
403) Date of interviewer (INTDATE)
404) Time interview started (INTSTART)
405) Time interview finished (INTEND)
406) Interview length (INTLNGTH)
407) Date of first interview attempt (C1DATE)
408) Time of first interview attempt (C1TIME)
409) First interview attempt outcome (C1R)
TOTAL%
-3) Interviewer error420.7
7) No contact made2454.3
8) No adult available751.3
9) Household inaccessible911.6
10) Arranged day and time for interview3566.2
11) Interview conducted completely495286.0
TOTAL5761100.0
410) Date of second interview attempt (C2DATE)
411) Time of second interview attempt (C2TIME)
412) Second interview attempt outcome (C2R)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip495286.0
-3) Interviewer error70.1
7) No contact made470.8
8) No adult available140.2
9) Household inaccessible150.3
10) Arranged day and time for interview430.7
11) Interview conducted completely68311.9
TOTAL5761100.0
413) Date of third interview attempt (C3DATE)
414) Time of third interview attempt (C3TIME)
415) Third interview attempt outcome (C3R)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip563597.8
11) Interview conducted completely1262.2
TOTAL5761100.0
416) Reason for uncompleted interview (INRWHY)
TOTAL%
-7) Legal skip5761100.0
TOTAL5761100.0
417) Verified with the neighbor? (NRVERIF)
TOTAL%
-7) 5761100.0
TOTAL5761100.0
418) Substratum (SUBSTRAT)
TOTAL%
1) Capital156427.1
2) North East Urban3986.9
3) North East Rural5739.9
4) North West Urban65111.3
5) North West Rural75413.1
6) South East Urban3546.1
7) South East Rural59010.2
8) South West Urban3335.8
9) South West Rural5449.4
TOTAL5761100.0
419) Primary sampling unit (PSU)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761195221.97266450
420) Dwelling ID number (HHID)
TOTAL%
1) 2093.6
2) 2163.7
3) 2003.5
4) 1983.4
5) 2043.5
6) 2093.6
7) 2113.7
8) 2073.6
9) 2123.7
10) 2153.7
11) 2223.9
12) 2163.7
13) 2133.7
14) 2113.7
15) 1923.3
16) 2023.5
17) 2063.6
18) 1682.9
19) 1743.0
20) 1843.2
21) 1763.1
22) 1632.8
23) 1773.1
24) 1743.0
25) 1642.8
26) 901.6
27) 921.6
28) 941.6
29) 871.5
30) 781.4
31) 731.3
32) 741.3
33) 601.0
34) 320.6
35) 120.2
36) 160.3
37) 150.3
38) 130.2
39) 150.3
40) 130.2
41) 150.3
42) 150.3
43) 150.3
44) 140.2
45) 150.3
TOTAL5761100.0
421) Unique household ID number (ID)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761219799941.82668677904
422) Number of voting precincts in stratum (NPSUSS)
TOTAL%
34) 551.0
58) 641.1
77) 1482.6
95) 621.1
96) 1492.6
135) 1302.3
140) 1592.8
143) 1402.4
165) 1031.8
210) 2704.7
223) 2544.4
238) 2584.5
295) 2664.6
313) 1412.4
323) 1442.5
330) 991.7
362) 2374.1
398) 1692.9
439) 4948.6
464) 2284.0
466) 1873.2
502) 871.5
619) 2734.7
718) 5709.9
773) 2153.7
1041) 5008.7
1291) 3596.2
TOTAL5761100.0
423) Number of households in voting precinct (NHHPSU)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761391.826141
424) Number of adults in household (NADHH)
TOTAL%
1) 76213.2
2) 188032.6
3) 128122.2
4) 112319.5
5) 4628.0
6) 1843.2
7) 400.7
8) 170.3
9) 60.1
10) 50.1
11) 10.0
TOTAL5761100.0
425) Population weight for individual-level questions (WTIND)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL57612012.3552182
426) Population weight for household-level questions (WTHH)
NMeanStd.Deviation
TOTAL5761563.165333
427) FLAG_M1_M2 (INFSOU1==5 | INFSOU2==5) & READPAP==0 (FLAGM1M2)
TOTAL%
1) 95100.0
Missing5666 
TOTAL95100.0
428) FLAG_M1_M3 (INFSOU1==7 | INFSOU2==7) & WATCHTV==0 (FLAGM1M3)
TOTAL%
1) 383100.0
Missing5378 
TOTAL383100.0
429) FLAG_M1_M4 (INFSOU1==7 | INFSOU2==7) & RECEPTV==0 (FLAGM1M4)
TOTAL%
1) 90100.0
Missing5671 
TOTAL90100.0
430) FLAG_M1_M5 (INFSOU1==7 | INFSOU2==7) & NUMCHAN==0 (FLAGM1M5)
TOTAL%
1) 56100.0
Missing5705 
TOTAL56100.0
431) FLAG_C12_97 All C12 values are 97 (FLAGC12)
TOTAL%
1) 26100.0
Missing5735 
TOTAL26100.0
432) FLAG_C4_C8_6 GETARND==4 & OWNCARS==0 (FLAGC4C8)
TOTAL%
1) 23100.0
Missing5738 
TOTAL23100.0
433) FLAG_N12_N14_C12_2 FAMCLAB==0 & CLFRDAB==0 & (INCRARM > 0 & INCRARM<10) (FLAGN1)
TOTAL%
1) 51100.0
Missing5710 
TOTAL51100.0
434) FLAG_D3_A6 Mismatch between the education level and years respondent has studied (FLAGD3A6)
TOTAL%
1) 101100.0
Missing5660 
TOTAL101100.0
435) FLAG_C8_4_C YRPWASH>0 & YRPWASH<1990 (FLAGC84C)
TOTAL%
1) 60100.0
Missing5701 
TOTAL60100.0
436) FLAG_C8_7_C YRPCELL>0 & YRPCELL<1993 (FLAGC87C)
TOTAL%
1) 1100.0
Missing5760 
TOTAL1100.0
437) FLAG_A8 Inconsistent value for A8 compared to years employment/unemployment (FLAG_A8)
TOTAL%
1) 343100.0
Missing5418 
TOTAL343100.0
438) Age groups (AGEGR)
TOTAL%
-3) Error731.3
-1) Doesn't remember330.6
1) 18-30124021.5
2) 31-45157427.3
3) 46-59148325.7
4) 60 and older135823.6
TOTAL5761100.0
439) I-AGE: Age groups (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-AGE)
TOTAL%
1) 18-30124021.9
2) 31-45157427.8
3) 46-59148326.2
4) 60 and older135824.0
Missing106 
TOTAL5655100.0
440) I-ATTEND: Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ATTEND)
TOTAL%
2) More than once a week2304.1
3) Once a week4848.6
4) At least once a month91216.2
5) Only on special holidays151626.9
6) Less often137224.4
7) Never111719.8
Missing130 
TOTAL5631100.0
441) I-RELIGION: Which religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself to belong to? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-RELIGION)
TOTAL%
1) Armenian Apostolic Church199935.1
2) Other771.4
3) Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church168129.5
4) Islam194634.1
Missing58 
TOTAL5703100.0
442) I-SEX: Respondent – sex (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-SEX)
TOTAL%
1) Male256444.7
2) Female317355.3
Missing24 
TOTAL5737100.0
443) I-EDUC: What was the highest level of education you have completed? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-EDUC)
TOTAL%
2) Primary education or less2504.3
3) Incomplete secondary education59610.4
4) Completed secondary education219438.2
5) Secondary technical education120420.9
6) Incomplete higher education2434.2
7) Completed higher education (including post-graduate degree)126322.0
Missing11 
TOTAL5750100.0
444) I-ETHNIC: There are a number of ethnic groups living in [country]. Which ethnic group do you consider yourself a part of? (Recoded for use with online analysis) (I-ETHNIC)
TOTAL%
1) Armenian207936.2
2) Azerbaijani176330.7
3) Georgian170729.7
4) Other2003.5
Missing12 
TOTAL5749100.0