CHAPTER I CONTENTS



      I.   Demographics, Groups, and Quality of Life/Personal     

                         Note: entries are in alphabetical order


                                                                      
Please see p.xxix "HOW TO READ A CONTINUITY GUIDE ENTRY" before
consulting individual entries

   I.A.  Demographics
              1.  AGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   3
              2.  CHILDHOOD RESIDENCE/BIRTHPLACE. . . . . . . . .   4
              3.  CHILDREN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   5
              4.  EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   7
                          - education summary notes -               7
                       a. head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   7
                       b. respondent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   8
                       c. spouse/partner. . . . . . . . . . . . .  10
              5.  EMPLOYMENT STATUS AND OCCUPATION. . . . . . . .  11
                       a. farm households . . . . . . . . . . . .  11
                          - employment summary notes -             12
                       b. head. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  14
                          (1) series: employed/laid off. . . . . . 14
                          (2) series: retired/unemployed/disabled  17
                          (3) series: student or homemaker . . . . 20
                       c. occupational history: R, head . . . . .  24
                       d. parents' occupations. . . . . . . . . .  25
                       e. respondent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  25
                          (1) series: employed/laid off. . . . . . 26
                          (2) series: retired/unemployed/disabled  29
                          (3) series: student or homemaker. . . .  33
                       f. spouse of respondent (or of head) . . .  38
                          (1) series: employed/laid off . . . . .  39
                          (2) series: retired/unemployed/disabled  42
                          (3) series: student or homemaker. . . .  45
              6.  ETHNIC BACKGROUND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  50
              7.  GENDER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  52
              8.  HOME OWNERSHIP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  53
              9.  INCOME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  53
             10.  LIFE CYCLE STATUS OF R. . . . . . . . . . . . .  54
             11.  MARITAL STATUS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  54
             12.  MILITARY SERVICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  54
             13.  RACE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  55
             14.  RELIGIOUS BACKGROUND AND AFFILIATION. . . . . .  56
             15.  REPORTED RACIAL COMPOSITION OF AREA AND . . . . . .
                    INTERRACIAL CONTACTS. . . . . . . . . . . . .  60
             16.  RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . .  61
             17.  SOCIAL CLASS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  62
             18.  UNION AFFILIATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  63




Please see p.xxix "HOW TO READ A CONTINUITY GUIDE ENTRY" before
consulting individual entries




   I.B.  Groups
              1.  ATTITUDE TOWARD OWN ETHNIC, RELIGIOUS AND . . . . .
                    OCCUPATIONAL GROUP(S) . . . . . . . . . . . .  65
              2.  ETHNIC GROUPS AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY IN AMERICA .  68
              3.  FEELING THERMOMETERS--GROUPS. . . . . . . . . .  70
              4.  GROUP IDENTIFICATION AND INFLUENCE. . . . . . .  77
                       a. Activity of group R feels closest to. .  77
                       b. Groups R feels closest to or trusts . .  79
                       c. Influence of various groups . . . . . .  81
                       d. Occupations R respects most . . . . . .  84
                       e. Perceived agreement between groups. . .  84
              5.  MEMBERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS . . . . . . . . . .  85



    I.C.  Quality of Life/ Personal
              1.  EFFORTS TO CHANGE LIFE. . . . . . . . . . . . .  91
              2.  PERCEIVED QUALITY OF LIFE . . . . . . . . . . .  92
                       a. Community and Neighborhood. . . . . . .  92
                       b. Dwelling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  92
                       c. Government. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  93
                       d. Income and Standard of Living . . . . .  93
                       e. Life as a whole and general happiness .  94
                       f. Relations with others, social contacts.  95
                       g. Self. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  97
                       h. Values. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  98
                       i. Working life. . . . . . . . . . . . . .  99
                             (1) Job opportunity and experience .  99
                             (2) Job satisfaction . . . . . . . . 100
                             (3) R's job ability, compensation. . 100
              3.  PERSONALITY PROFILE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
                       a. Authoritarian tendencies. . . . . . . . 101
                       b. Control and direction of life . . . . . 102
                       c. Equalitarianism . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
                       d. Individualism . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
                       e. Moral traditionalism. . . . . . . . . . 107
                       f. Nostalgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
                       g. Patriotism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
                       h. Personal competence . . . . . . . . . . 109
                       i. Religious attitudes . . . . . . . . . . 110
                       j. Risk-taking behavior. . . . . . . . . . 113
                       k. Strong-mindedness . . . . . . . . . . . 114
                       m. Traditionalism. . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
                       n. Trust in people . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
                       p. Values. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
              4.  R'S PERSONAL PROBLEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117




                           DEMOGRAPHICS, GROUPS, AND 
                            QUALITY OF LIFE/PERSONAL



                                      I.A


                                  Demographics




     For geographic information (state, region, congressional district etc.)
     see Chapter VI, Survey Administration.





          Age                                                   I.A.1


        NOTE:  R's age is age at time of interview except for 1974 (age on
        election day) and 1976 (age on November 1).  R's age is a calculation
        from given date of birth, except for 1956-1960 (age as given by R).


        - Age of R   
              52: RV142,167        56: V175,295         58: V174 
              60: V122             62: RV9,10           64: RV187 
              66: RV192            68: RV533            70: RV398 
              72: RV294            74: RV2406           76: RV3369 
              78: RV504            80: RV408,1179;I765  82: RV535 
              84: RV429;CM1016     86: RV595            88: V414,
              90: V548,552         CWP:V548,552             RV417;
              92: V3903            PS: V604                 ST536,
              CF: RV101,102                                 1203
                                                   
                                                                       
        - Age of head
              52: V138             56: V176             58: V175 
              60: V123             62: V12,13           64: V186 


        - Month & year of R's birth {84CM, CWP: and day}
              68: V145             70: V262             72: V293 
              74: V2405            76: V3367,3368       78: V502,503 
              80: V406,407;        82: V533,534[C]      84: V427,428;
                  I763,764;        86: V593,594             CM1013-
                  V1177,1178       88: V415,416;ST534,       1015
              90: V550,551              535,1201,1202   CWP:V550,551,
              92: V3901                                     2068-2070

        - Year of R's Birth 
              52: V130             86: V594             92: V3902
              PS: V602,603         CF: V103
                    
        - R's Age Cohort
              CF: V103

        - Date of Birth of R's Wife or Female R 
              64: V272 



 Childhood residence/birthplace                            I.A.2 

        - State or Country Where R Grew Up  
              52: V144             56: V188             58: V226  
              60: V182             64: V261             66: V230  
              68: V257             70: V379             72: V416  
              74: V2538            76: V3499            78: V622 
              80: V709;I957        82: V751             84: V698 
              86: V748             88: V546             90: V679
              CWP:V679             92: V4125            CF: V132,133

                  --(if not current state)  When R Came to Present State
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         58: V227             60: V183  
                         64: V262             66: V231  
                         68: V258             70: V380  
                         72: V417             74: V2539  

        - Size of Place Where R Grew Up  
              52: V145             56: V189             58: V228  
              60: V184             64: V263             66: V232  
              68: V259             70: V381             72: V418  
              74: V2540            76: V3500            78: V623 
              80: V710;I958        82: V752             84: V699 
              86: V749             88: V547             90: V680
              CWP:V680             92: V4129            CF: V134-137


        - Where R Lived at Age 14 
              74: V2541,2542       76: V3501            78: V624-626 
              80: V711-713;        82: V753-755         84: V700,701
                  I959-961                    

        - Place of R's Birth [state or country]
              52: V143             56: V182             58: V220 
              60: V175             64: V252             66: V223 
              68: V243             70: V363             72: V407 
              74: V2537            76: V3498            78: V621 
              80: V708;I956        82: V750             84: V697 
              86: V747             88: V545             90: V678
              CWP:V678             92: V4124            CF: V142

        - Whether R Born in U.S.
              62: V95 

                  --(if no)  Is R U.S. Citizen (FOLLOWUP)
                         62: V96 



 Children                                                  I.A.3 

        - Number of Children Under 18 in R's Family/Houshold
              56: V178            58: V177             60: V125 
              62: V88             64: V189             66: V194 
              68: V147            70: V267             88: ST11
              CF: V138

                  --(if any)  Age of Youngest Child (FOLLOWUP)
                         56: V179             58: V178 
                         60: V126             62: V89 
                         64: V190             66: V195  
                         68: V149
                  --(if any)  Age of Oldest Child (FOLLOWUP)
                         68 V148 

        - Number of Children R Has 
              70: V264,265        74: V2408,2409       76: V3371,3372  
              CF: V139

        - Whether Children Between 5 and 18 Are in Housing Unit 
              72: V296 

        - Age of R's Children
              70: V266            74: V2410-2417       76: V3373-3380


        - Number of Children by Age Groups  
              64: V191-194        68: V150-153         78: V39-42
              80: V44-47;         82: V54-57           84: V71-74;
                  I1018-1021      86: V15-18               CM17-20
              88: V92-95;ST13-16  90: V30-33           92: V3079-3082
              CWP:V30-33

        - Whether R Has Children 
              80: V410;I767       92: V4136

                  --(if any)  Number of Sons (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V411;I768 
                            ---(if any sons)  Age(s) of Son(s)
                               80: V412-419;I769 
                  --(if any)  Number of Daughters (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V420;I770 
                            ---(if any daughters)  Age(s) of Daughter(s) 
                               80: V421-428;I771 
                  --(if any)  Number of Children Less than 6 Years Old
                                (FOLLOWUP)
                         92: V4137
                            ---(if any less than 6 years old) Number of These
                               Living with R at Least Half the Time
                               92: V4138
                  --(if any)  Number of Children Between 6 and 18 Years
                                Old (FOLLOWUP)
                         92: V4139
                            ---(if any between 6 and 18 years) Number of These
                                Living with R at Least Half the Time
                               92: V4140
                  --(if any)  Any Other Children whom R is Responsible for
                                Raising  (FOLLOWUP) 
                         92: V4141
                            ---(if any others R is raising) Number of These
                               Living with R at least half of the time
                               92: V4142

        - Whether R Has Children in Local Schools  
              52: V157  

        - Number of Children in Local Schools  
              62: V90             64: V195             68: V154  
              72: V297  

        - Whether R Has Children of School Age  
              72: V1024  

        - Whether R Has Children in Public Schools 
              76: V3381            68: V155             72: V298  


 Education                                                 I.A.4 

          SUMMARY NOTES ON EDUCATION VARS FOR HEAD, RESPONDENT, AND SPOUSE:
                
            - After 1986, concept of 'head' is no longer used.
            - 1986 and prior, 'spouse' refers to R's spouse/partner if R is male
                   (spouses of female Rs are found in 'head' series).
            - After 1986, 'spouse' refers to spouse/partner of male OR female R.
                
                
                1988 and later:          Education vars are not present for head.
                1952,1956-1962,1968:     Education vars are not present for R's
                                               spouse nor head's spouse. 
                1966:                    Education vars are present only for R.  
                
                
                
                                                 
                               
                               EDUCATION - HEAD                      I.A.4.a 


     See notes, above
     *************************

          Head Education:
        - Summary, Highest Level of Education Attained 
              74: V2432            76: V3398            78: V522 
              80: V445;I781-788    82: V549             84: V447 
              86: V607             CF: V141

          Head Education:
        - Number of Grades Completed/
             Other Schooling Besides High School/
             Has College Degree 
              62: V76              64: V197             68: V157 
              70: V271             72: V302             74: V2427,
              76: V3393,3395,3396  78: V515,517,518          2429,2430
              80: V438,440,441;    82: V544,546,547[C]  84: V440,441,
                  I781,783,784     86: V604                  443,444
               
                  --(if 12 yrs or less)  Head Has High School Diploma
                      or Has Passed Equivalency Test (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V302             74: V2428 
                         76: V3394            78: V516 
                         80: V439;I782        82: V545[C]
                         84: V442             86: V605 

                  --(if 13 yrs or more)  Highest Degree Attained by
                      Head(FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V197             68: V157 
                         70: V271             72: V302 
                         74: V2431            76: V3397 
                         78: V519             80: V442;I785
                         82: V548             84: V445 
                         86: V606 
                  --(if 13 yrs or more)  College Where Head Received
                      Highest Degree/College Head Most Recently
                      Attended (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V200             68: V159 
                         70: V272             72: V303 
                         74: V2433,2434       76: V3399,3400 
                         78: V520             80: V443;I786
                         84: V446 
                  --(if college degree)  Head's Major Field of Study
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V521             80: V444;I787



                               
                               EDUCATION - RESPONDENT                 I.A.4.b

                    See notes, page 7
             *****************************


          Respondent Education:
        - Summary, Highest Level of Education Attained 
              74: V2423            76: V3389            78: V513 
              80: V436;I779        82: V542             84: V438;     
              86: V602             88: V422;ST541           CM1021
              90: V557             CWP:V557             92: V3908
              PS: V608             CF: V110,140

          Respondent Education:
        - Number of Grades Completed/
             Other Schooling Besides High School/
             Has College Degree 
              52: V131             56: V181             58: V180 
              60: V128             62: V78              64: V196 
              66: V197             68: V156             70: V269 
              72: V300             74: V2418,2420,2421  76: V3384,
              78: V506,508,509     80: V429,431,432;         3386,3387
              82: V537,539,            I772,774,775     84: V431,432,
                   540[C]          86: V599                  434,435;
              88: V419;ST538,540   90: V554                 CM1018,
              CWP:V554             92: V3905                  1020
              PS: V606



                  --(if 12 yrs or less)  R Has High School Diploma or
                      Has Passed Equivalency Test (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V300             74: V2419 
                         76: V3385            78: V507 
                         80: V430;I773        82: V538[C]
                         84: V433;CM1019      86: V600
                         88: V420;ST539       90: V555
                         CWP:V555             92: V3906
                  --(if 13 yrs or More)  Highest Degree Attained by R
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V196             66: V197 
                         68: V156             70: V269 
                         72: V300             74: V2422 
                         76: V3388            78: V510 
                         80: V433;I776        82: V541[C] 
                         84: V436             86: V601 
                         88: V421             90: V556
                         CWP:V556             92: V3907
                         PS: V607
                  --(if 13 yrs or more)  College Where R Received
                      Highest Degree/ College R Most Recently Attended
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V199             66: V198 
                         68: V158             70: V270 
                         72: V301             74: V2424,2425 
                         76: V3390,3391       78: V511 
                         80: V434;I777        84: V437 
                  --(If college degree)  R's Major Field of Study
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V512             80: V435;I778 

          Respondent Education:
        - Whether Education Ever Limited Getting Job or Promotion  
            (Rs Working or Ever Worked for Pay)                     
               72: V987*

          Respondent Education:
        - Attended Parochial, Private or Public School 
               52: V233 



                               EDUCATION - SPOUSE/PARTNER               I.A.4.c

                    See notes, page 7
               ***************************


          Spouse/Partner Education:  
        - Summary, Highest Level of Education Attained 
              74: V2440            76: V3406            78: V530 
              80: V453;I788        82: V555             84: V455 
              86: V611             88: V427             90: V562
              CWP:V562             92: V3913

          Spouse/Partner Education:
        - Number of Grades Completed/
             Other Schooling Besides High School/
             Has College Degree
              64: V198             70: V273             72: V304 
              74: V2435,2437,      76: V3401,3403-3404  78: V523,
                  2438             80: V446,448-449;         525-526
              82: V550,552-553[C]      I781,783-784     84: V448,449,
              86: V608             88: V424                  451-452
              90: V559             CWP:V559             92: V3910
                   

                  --(if 12 yrs or less)  Spouse Has High School
                      Diploma or Has Passed Equivalency Test
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V304             74: V2436 
                         76: V3402            78: V524 
                         80: V447;I782        82: V551[C]
                         84: V450             86: V609 
                         88: V425             90: V560
                         CWP:V560             92: V3911
                  --(if 12 yrs or more)  Highest Degree Obtained by
                      Spouse (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V198             70: V273
                         72: V304             74: V2439
                         76: V3405            78: V527
                         80: V450;I785        82: V554
                         84: V453             86: V610
                         88: V426             90: V561
                         CWP:V561             92: V3912
                  --(if 12 yrs or more)  College Where Spouse Received
                      Highest Degree/ College Most Recently Attended
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V201             70: V274 
                         72: V305             74: V2441,2442 
                         76: V3407,3408       78: V528 
                         80: V451;I786        84: V454 
                  --(if college degree)  Spouse's Major Field of Study
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V529             80: V452;I787



 Employment Status and Occupation                          I.A.5 


                                    EMPLOYMENT - FARM HOUSEHOLDS         I.A.5.a

        - Full or Part-Time Farming  
              56: V232             58: V195             60: V143  

        - Whether Farm Owned, Managed, Rented  
              56: V233             58: V196             60: V144  
              64: V222             66: V209             68: V194  
              70: V346             72: V377             74: V2514  
              76: V3475 

        - Amount of Land Farmed  
              56: V234             58: V197             60: V145  
              64: V223             66: V210             68: V195  

        - Kind of Farming Done  
              56: V235             58: V198             60: V146  
              64: V224             66: V211             68: V196  

        - Any Other Kind of Work Besides Farming 
              64: V218             66: V205             70: V342  
              72: V373             74: V2510            76: V3471  

                  --(if yes)  Kind of Work Besides Farming (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V219             66: V206  
                         70: V343             72: V374  
                         74: V2511            76: V3472  
                  --(if yes)  Hours Per Week Spent at Work Other Than
                     Farming (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V220             66: V207  
                         70: V344             72: V375  
                         74: V2512            76: V3473  
                  --(if yes)  Weeks Per Year Spent at Work Other Than
                     Farming (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V221             66: V208  
                         70: V345             72: V376  
                         74: V2513            76: V3474  


               EMPLOYMENT NOTES
                    for: Head
                              R
                              Spouse



QUESTION ADMINISTRATION:

     Usually, a separate "series" of questions about employment was administered
     for each type of employment status:  a series of questions for working
     persons, a series for retired persons, a series for the unemployed, etc.
     Some questions were asked in every series.  Other questions were specific
     to one employment status (or to several but not all).


VARIABLES CREATED:

     Until 1964 and in 1982, variables containing responses to "series"
     questions also took the form of series, with a series of variables produced
     separately for each type of employment status-- i.e., an 'unemployed'
     series of variables, a 'retired' series of  variables, etc.

     In 1968-1978, common or corresponding questions from separate series of
     variables were combined or "stacked" into a single set of variables which
     summarized information for all individuals, that is, for every type of
     employment status.

     In 1980 and 1984-1988, both the separate series of variables and a
     "stacked" series of variables were provided.  In these years, "RV"
     (below) indicates the "stacked" variable.


                                  ************



          N.B.:     The question flow or sequencing of questions, esp.
                    within the 'series' for the UNEMPLOYED/RETIRED/DISABLED
                    and within the 'series' for HOMEMAKERS/STUDENTS, has
                    varied during some years.  Because an attempt was made in
                    the Continuity Guide to follow question sequence, a question
                    may appear as one entry for some years and then appear again
                    as another entry for other years in which the sequencing of
                    questions is different.  Any question which appears
                    elsewhere (within the same 'series') in an additional entry
                    for other years is flagged with  ##  preceding the question
                    text.  In a few instances, a question appears in three
                    entries for this reason.


          Employment status of:    Head
                                     R
                                   Spouse
-SUMMARY NOTES -

1980-1990:          If a retired (1984 and later: or permanently disabled)
                    person is also presently working --regardless of
                    number of hours--then data are present for R in BOTH the
                    'working now' and 'retired/ permanently disabled' series of
                    questions [i.e, both past and present employment].
                    (1980-1982: working permanently disabled are 'working now'.)

               If a homemaker/student is also presently working--regardless of
               number of hours-- then data are present for R ONLY in the
               'working now' series.  The 'homemaker/student' series
               [i.e., past employment] is restricted to homemakers/students
               currently not working at all.

                                      ---

1972-1978:          If currently employed in a job related to past occupation
                    [before retirement/disablement], then the retired/disabled
                    are represented in the 'working now' series of employment
                    vars but NOT in the 'retired/permanently disabled' series
                    [i.e., past employment].  If, however, the retired/disabled
                    person is employed in a job unrelated to past occupation,
                    then s/he is not represented in the 'working now' series but
                    is represented in the 'retired/permanently disabled' series
                    [past employment].

               Homemakers/students who are also presently working more than 20
               hours per week are represented in the "working now" series and
               NOT in the 'homemaker/student' series.  Homemakers/students
               presently working less than 20 hours per week are represented
               only in the 'homemaker/student' series and NOT in the 'working
               now' series.
                                      ---

before 1972:        Employment status of head/R/spouse is usually left to the
                    discretion of the respondent (according to R's choice of
                    categories specified in the question).  In most cases, no
                    questions are asked about past employment of nonworking
                    homemakers or full-time students [i.e, there is no series
                    specifically for past employment of students/homemakers].

               Persons who are laid off are not always specified as part of any
               series of questions.  It is possible that they are included with
               'working now' OR among the unemployed when not specified.  When
               specified as part of a series, laid-off Rs are undefined as
               permanently or temporarily laid off.  They are grouped with the
               unemployed in some years.

               For 1956, 1958, 1960, 1964, day students working part time are
               absent from the 'working now' series but night students who work
               part time and homemakers who work are represented in the 'working
               now' series.  

               For 1968, 1970 if head/R/spouse considers self mainly a homemaker,
               she is coded as a homemaker in main occupation variable and any
               other work is included in a variable for "second job" (listed
               together with 'main' occupation in CG occupation listing); if she
               considers herself as an employed person, her job is included in
               the main occupation var.  If head/R/spouse considers self retired
               or unemployed, his/her former occupation is present in the main
               occupation variable and any present work appears in "second job"
               variable.  If head/R/spouse is a full time student who also works
               part time, s/he is coded as a student in the main occupation var
               and his/her work is included in the variable for "second job"; if
               head/R/spouse works full time and goes to school part time, then
               his/her job is in the main occupation var and s/he is coded as a
               student in the "second job" variable.

               In 1962, if head/R is retired/not employed/homemaker/student, no
               data has been collected about past employment.  If R is wife of
               head, no employment data are present.


                             EMPLOYMENT - HEAD             I.A.5.b

            See summary notes, pages 12,13.
       ****************************************

     NOTE:     Beginning in 1988, concept of 'head' is no longer used, and no
               variables are present after 1986.


        - Who is the Person Who Provides Major Financial Support in
             Household
              84: CM1039 

        - Employment Status of Head
              66: V199             68: V168             70: V298  
              72: V329             74: V2466            76: V3431  
              78: V553             80: V592,531;I861,   82: V666,
              84: V530,531;CM1101       862,926              612[C]
              86: V676,675         CF: V117,119



                        Series: Head working or TLO             I.A.5.b(1)

               See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation; 1970 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V538,RV591 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation; 1980 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V534,RV590       86: V683,RV720 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation
              52: V135             56: V125             58: V188,202  
              60: V136             62: V64              64: V209,217  
              66: V201,204         68: V169,183,        70: V299,
              72: V332-335              171-173,185-187      301-303
              74: V2469-2472       76: V3434-3436       78: V556-558 
              80: V532-534,        82: V613-615[C]      84: V536,1138,
                  RV593-595;       86: V682,RV719            1139,
                  I863-865         CF: V121,123,125         RV589;
                                                            CM1102





          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Industry
              56: V126             58: V189             60: V137
              62: V65              64: V210             66: V202,203
              68: V170,184         70: V300             72: V336
              74: V2473            76: V3437            78: V559
              80: V535,RV596;I866  82: V616[C]          84: V539,
              86: V684,RV721                                RV592;     
                                                           CM1105 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Head is Self-Employed  
              52: V136             56: V127             58: V190
              60: V138             62: V67              64: V211
              66: V200             68: V174,188         70: V304
              72: V337             74: V2474            76: V3438
              78: V560             80: V536,RV597;I867  82: V617[C]
              84: V540,RV593       86: V685,RV722 

                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether Head Supervises Employees
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V537,RV598;I868  84: V541,RV594 
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Head 
                                Supervises 
                                  80: V538,RV599;I869 
                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether Head is Employed in
                     Private Sector or Government [1984: or Not-for
                     -Profit Agency] [1982: Gov't Level] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V618[C]          84: V542,RV595 
                            ---(if private sector)  Whether Private Firm Does
                                [1982: Business with Federal
                                 Government] [1984: Most Business with
                                 Government]
                                  82: V619[C]
                                  84: V543,RV596
                                    (if yes)  
                                      Business with Federal, State, or
                                      Local Government 
                                         84: V544,RV597               
                                    (if yes)  
                                       Has Federal Government
                                       Business Increased/Decreased
                                       in Last Year 
                                         82: V620[C] 
                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether Head is Employed by
                     Federal, State or Local Government (FOLLOWUP)
                         86: V686,RV723 
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Employees Are Paid by Head
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V539,RV600;I870  84: V541,RV594 



                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Head Pays 
                                    80: V540,RV601;I871 
                  --(if self-employed)  Is Business Profit-Making or
                       Not-for-Profit (FOLLOWUP)
                         84: V542,RV595 
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Business [1982: Does
                       Business with Federal Government] [1984: Most
                       Business with Government] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V619[C]          84: V543,RV596
                            ---(if yes) Business with Federal, State, or
                                  Local Government 
                                    84: V544,RV597                
                            ---(if yes)  Has Federal Government
                                 Business Increased/Decreased in Last
                                 Year (FOLLOWUP)
                                    82: V620[C] 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Job is Appropriate for Head's Qualifications 
              80: V541;I872 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Hours Head Works Per Week  
              68: V175             72: V340             74: V2477
              76: V3441            78: V563             80: V542,
              82: V621[C]          84: V545,RV598           RV602;I873
              86: V687,RV724 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Head's Satisfaction with Hours Head Works
              80: V543;I874        82: V622             84: V546
              86: V688 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Does Head Work Full or Part-Time  
              70: V305  

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - How Worried is Head About Losing Job 
              80: V544,RV603;I875  82: V623[C]          84: V547, 
              86: V689,RV725                                RV599;
                                                            CM1106

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Head Out of a Job Any Time Past Two Years When
            Didn't Want to Be.  Length and Recency of Unemployment. 
              58: V194             60: V141             64: V214-215
              68: V192-193         70: V306-308 





          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Head Out of Job Last Twelve Months  [1984ff, in Last
             Six Months] 
              72: V341             74: V2478            76: V3442
              78: V564             80: V545;I876        82: V624[C] 
              84: V548;CM1107      86: V691 

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Head Had Reduced Hours or Pay Cut Last Twelve Months
             [1984ff, Last Six Months]           
              80: V546;I877        82: V625[C]          84: V549;
              86: V692                                     CM1108

          If Head is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Head's Unemployment History 
              62: V66,68,7l-72,74 



        Series: Head unemployed, retired or permanently disabled     I.A.5.b(2)

                        This series refers to past employment.
                        See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - (Retired) When Head Retired  
              72: V330             74: V2467            76: V3432  
              78: V554             80: V561;I892        82: V639[C] 
              84: V563             86: V678 
            
          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - (Unemployed or Disabled) Whether Head Ever Worked for Pay  
              72: V331             74: V2468            76: V3433  
              78: V555             80: V547,562,RV604;  82: V626,
              84: V532,533,RV602       I878,893              640[C]
              86: V677,679,RV728 

                  --(if yes)  ## Is Head Working at Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V574;I905,927    82: V650
                            ---(if yes)  Is Head Working 20 Hours 
                                Per Week
                                   80: V575;I906,930 
                  --(if yes)  Has Head Worked for Pay in Past Twelve
                       Months [1984ff, Last Six Months] (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V338             74: V2475  
                         76: V3439            78: V562 
                         80: V557,572,RV605;  82: V627,648[C]
                             I888,903         84: V559,573,RV600;
                         86: V698,707,RV726       CM1109
                           ---(if yes)  ## Is Head Working for Pay 
                                at Present
                                    72: V339             
                                    74: V2476  
                                    76: V3440            
                                    78: V565 
                  --(if yes)  ## Whether Head is Looking for Work at
                        Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V561             84: V561,575,RV601;  
                         86: V700,709,RV727       CM1111 
                            ---(if yes)  ## How Worried is Head About
                               Finding Job 
                                   84: V562,576,RV599;CM1112
                                   86: V701,710,RV725      

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - ## Whether Head is Looking for Work at Present
              80: V559,576,RV606;  82: V637,651[C]
                  I890,908,928 
                                    
                  --(if yes)  ## How Worried is Head About Finding Job
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V560,577,RV603;  82: V638,652[C]   
                             I891,907,909,
                              929,931         

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation; 1970 Census Major Groups Categories
              84: V552,566,RV591 

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation; 1980 Census Major Groups Categories
              84: V551,565,RV590   86: V694,703,RV720 

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation
              52: V137             56: V128             58: V191  
              60: V139             64: V212             66: V201,204  
              68: V169,171-173     70: V299,301-303     72: V332-335 
              74: V2469-2472       76: V3434-3436       78: V556-558 
              80: V548-550,563-    82: V628-630,641-    84: V550,564,
                   565,RV593-595;       643[C]              RV589,
                  I879-881,894-896 86: V693,702,RV719       1138,1139
              CF: V121,123,125

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Industry
              56: V129             58: V192             60: V140
              64: V213             66: V202,203         68: V170  
              70: V300             72: V336             74: V2473
              76: V3437            78: V559             80: V551,566,
              82: V631,644[C]      84: V553,567,            RV596;
              86: V695,704,RV721       RV592                I882,897
              
          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation:  Whether Head Was Self-Employed  
              68: V174             70 V304              72: V337
              74: V2474            76: V3438            78 V560 
              80: V552,567,RV597;  82: V633-645[C]      84: V554,568, 
                  I883,898         86: V696,705,RV722       RV593
               
                  --(if was not self-employed)  Whether Head Supervised
                       Employees (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V553,568,RV598;  84: V555,569,RV594
                             I884,899 
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Head 
                                  Supervised
                                    80: V554,569,RV599;I885,900 
                  --(if was not self-employed)  Whether Head Employed in:
                       Private Sector or Gov't [1984: or Not-for
                       -profit Agency] [1982: Govt Level] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V634,646[C]      84: V556,570,RV595 
                            ---(if private sector)  Whether Private Firm
                                  Did [1982: Business with Federal 
                                  Government] [1984: Most Business
                                  with Government]
                                    82: V635,647[C]      
                                    84: V557,571,RV596 
                                      (if yes)  
                                         Business with Federal, State,
                                         or Local Government 
                                           84: V558,572,RV597 
                                      (if yes)  
                                         Had Federal Government
                                         Business Increased/Decreased
                                         in Last Year 
                                           82: V636[C] 
                  --(if was not self-employed)  Whether Head Employed by
                       Federal, State, or Local Gov't (FOLLOWUP)
                         86: V697,706,RV723 
                  --(if was self-employed)  Whether Employees Were Paid by
                       Head (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V555,570,RV600;  84: V555,569,RV594
                             I886,901 
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Head Paid
                                    80: V556,571,RV601;I887,902 
                  --(if was self-employed)  Was Business Profit-Making or
                        Not-for-Profit (FOLLOWUP)
                         84: V556,570,RV595 
                  --(if was self-employed)  Whether Business Did [1982:
                       Business with Federal Government] [1984: Most
                       Business with Government] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V635,647[C]      84: V557,571,RV596 




                            ---(if yes) Business with Federal, State, or
                                  Local Government 
                                    84: V558,572,RV597 
                            ---(if yes)  Had Federal Government
                                  Business Increased/Decreased in
                                  Last Year 
                                    82: V636[C] 

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation: Hours Head Worked Per Week  
              68: V175             72: V340             74: V2477
              76: V3441            78: V563             80: V558,573,
              82: V632,649[C]      84: V560,574,RV598;      RV602;
              86: V699,708,RV724       CM1110                I889,904

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - (Unemployed) Length of Time Head Unemployed  
              58: V193             60: V142             62: V73  
              64: V214             68: V192-193         70: V309  

          If Head is Unemployed, Retired or Permanently Disabled:
        - (Retired, Permanently Disabled) Present Occupation [if head
            is also working now]
              68: V183-189 



                    Series: Head homemaker or student      I.A.5.b(3)

                        This series generally concerns past employment.
                        See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If Head is Homemaker or Student:
        - ## If Head is Working for Pay at Present 
              70: V310             80: V578;I910,927    82: V653[C]
              84: V534;CM1113      86: V680 

                  --(if yes)  Is Head Working 20 Hours/Week (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: I911,930 
                  --(if yes)  How Worried is Head About Losing Job
                        (FOLLOWUP) 
                         80: I925,931 
                  --(if no)  ## Whether Head is Looking for Work at
                       Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V590;I923,928    82: V664[C] 
                            ---(if yes)  ## How Worried is Head About
                                  Finding Job
                                      80: V591;I924,929    
                                      82: V665[C] 

                  --(if no)  ## Whether Head Worked for Pay Last Twelve
                       Months [1984ff: Last Six Months] (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V579;I912        82: V654[C]
                         84: V535             86: V681
                            ---(if yes)  ## Whether Head is Looking for
                                  Work at Present 
                                      84: V587;CM1114
                                      86: V717  
                                          (if yes) 
                                             ## How Worried is Head
                                             About Finding Job
                                               84: V588;CM1115
                                               86: V718
                            ---(if yes)  Head Former Occupation; 1970
                                  Census Major Groups Categories
                                      84: V579 
                            ---(if yes)  Head Former Occupation; 1980
                                  Census Major Groups Categories
                                      84: V578
                                      86: V712 
                            ---(if yes)  ## Head Former Occupation
                                      80: V580-582;I913-915
                                      82: V655-657[C]
                                      84: V577
                                      86: V711
                                      CF: V121,123,125
                            ---(if yes)  ## Head Former Industry
                                      80: V583;I916
                                      82: V658[C] 
                                      84: V580    
                                      86: V713 
                            ---(if yes)  ## Head Former Occupation:
                                  Hours Worked Per Week
                                      80: V589;I922
                                      82: V663[C] 
                                      84: V586        
                                      86: V716 
                            ---(if yes)  ## Head Former Occupation:
                                  Whether Head Was Self- Employed
                                      80: V584;I917 
                                      82: V659[C] 
                                      84: V581  
                                      86: V714 
                                        (if was not self-employed)
                                           Whether Head Supervised
                                           Employees 
                                              80: V585;I918 
                                              84: V582 
                                              (if yes)  
                                                Number of Employees
                                                Head Supervised 
                                                  80: V586;I919 


                                        (if was not self-employed) 
                                           Whether Head Was Employed
                                           in Private Sector or Gov't
                                           [1984: or Not-for-profit
                                           Agency] [1982: Gov't Level]
                                              82: V660[C]          
                                              84: V583 
                                           (if private sector) 
                                             Whether Private Firm Did
                                             [1982: Business with
                                             Federal Government]
                                             [1984: Most Business
                                             with Government]
                                               82: V661[C]        
                                               84: V584 
                                               (if yes)  
                                                  Business with
                                                  Federal, State or
                                                  Local Government
                                                   84: V585 
                                               (if yes)  
                                                  Had Federal Gov't
                                                  Business Increased/
                                                  Decreased in Last Yr
                                                   82 V662[C] 
                                     (if was not self-employed) 
                                        Whether Head Was Employed by
                                        Federal, State, or Local Gov't
                                           86: V715 
                                     (if was self-employed) 
                                        Whether Employees Were Paid by
                                        Head
                                           80: V587;I920        
                                           84: V582 
                                           (if yes)  
                                             Number of Employees Head
                                             Paid 
                                               80 V588;I921 
                                     (if was self-employed) 
                                        Whether Business Was Profit
                                        Making or Not-for-Profit
                                           84: V583 
                                     (if was self-employed) 
                                        Whether Business Did [1982:
                                        Business with Federal Gov't]
                                        [1984: Most Business with
                                        Government]
                                           82: V661[C]          
                                           84: V584 




                                           (if yes)  
                                             Business with Federal,
                                             State or Local
                                             Government 
                                               84: V585 
                                           (if yes)  
                                             Had Federal Government
                                             Business Increased/
                                             Decreased in Last Year
                                               82: V662[C]

          If Head is Homemaker or Student:
        - ## Whether Head Worked for Pay Last Twelve Months [1984ff:
            Last Six Months] 
              72: V342             74: V2479            76: V3443 
              78: V566

                  --(if yes)  ## Is Head Working for Pay Now (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V343             74: V2480
                         76: V3444            78: V567
                            ---(if no)  ## Head Former Occupation
                                 72: V344-347         
                                 74: V2481-2484
                                 76: V3445-3447       
                                 78: V568-570
                                 CF: V121,123,125
                            ---(if no)  ## Head Former Industry
                                 72: V348             
                                 74: V2485  
                                 76: V3448            
                                 78: V571 
                            ---(if no)  ## Head Former Occupation: 
                                 Hours Head Worked Per Week
                                 72: V350             
                                 74: V2487  
                                 76: V3450            
                                 78: V573 
                            ---(if no)  ## Head Former Occupation:
                                 Whether Head Was Self-Employed
                                 72: V349             
                                 74: V2486  
                                 76: V3449            
                                 78: V572 

          If Head is Homemaker or Student:
        - Out of Work Past Two Years, Could Not Find Job  
              68: V193             70: V317-319  

          If Head is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if head is also working now]  Occupation
              68 V169,171-173     70 V311,313-315  


          If Head is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if head is also working now]   Industry
              68 V170             70 V312  

          If Head is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if head is also working now]  Whether Head Self-Employed
              68 V174             70 V316  

          If Head is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if head is also working now]  Hours Head Works Per Week
              68: V175  


               EMPLOYMENT - OCCUPATIONAL HISTORY: R,HEAD       I.A.5.c

        - R's Occupation Four Years Ago  
              52: V229  

        - R's Occupation Four Years Ago: Whether R Was Self-Employed  
              52: V230  

        - Head's Occupation Four Years Ago  
              52: V231  
          
        - Head's Occupation Four Years Ago: Whether Head Was Self-
            Employed  
              52: V232  

        - R's Age at Time of Own (or Head's) First Full-Time Job  
              56: V228  
              
        - Occupation, Industry, Annual Income: R's/Head's First
            Regular Full-Time Job
              56: V229-231

        - Head's Rate of Pay Compared to Rate for Same Work in  
            Other Geographic Areas  
              62: V69  

        - Amount of Work in Head's Occupation Compared to Other
            Geographic Areas
              62: V70  











             EMPLOYMENT - R's PARENTS' OCCUPATIONS       I.A.5.d

        - Father's Occupation When R Was Young  
              52: V140,141         56: V298             58: V257  
              60: V180             64: V259             66: V228  
              68: V252-255         70: V370-373         72: V413 
              74: V2534            76: V3495            78: V618 
              80: V795;I953        82: V747             84: V694 
              86: V744             88: V542             92: V4126
              CF: V126

        - Whether Mother Had a Job When R Was Young  
              72: V414             74: V2535            76: V3496  
              78: V619             80: V706;I954        82: V748 
              84: V695             86: V745             88: V543
              92: V4127

                  --(if yes)  Mother's Occupation When R Was Young
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         70: V374-377         72: V415
                         74: V2536            76: V3497 
                         78: V620             80: V707;I955 
                         82: V749             84: V696           
                         86: V746             88: V544
                         92: V4128

        - Financial Situation of Family When R Was Young  [farm households]
              60: V181             64: V260             66: V229  
              68: V256             70: V378  




                EMPLOYMENT - RESPONDENT               I.A.5.e


         See summary notes, pages 12,13. 
    *****************************************

        - Employment Status of R 
              68: V160             70: V275             72: V135,306,  
              74: V2443            76: V3409                 968
              78: V531             80: V515,454,I790,   82: V610,      
              84: V457,456;CM1022       789,854              556[C]
              86: V615,614         88: V428,429;        90: V565,566
              CWP:V565,566             ST542,543       
              92: V3914,3915       PS: V609-614         CF: V116,118,
                                                             150




                Series: R working or TLO     I.A.5.e(1)

          See summary notes, pages 12,13.
          SEE ALSO: Chapter I, Section C.2.i, Working Life.


          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation; 1970 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V464,RV517 

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation; 1980 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V463,RV516       86: V622,RV664       88: V436, 
              90: V573,RV603       CWP:V573                 RV466;
              92: V3922,RV3955     PS: V615*                ST545

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation
              52: V132             56: V120             58: V181  
              60: V129             62: V80              64: V202  
              68: V161,163-165,    70: V276,278-280     72: V309-312  
                  176,178-180      74: V2446-2449       76: V3412-3414
              78: V534-536         80: V455-457,        82: V557-
              84: V462,RV515,1136,     RV516-518;            559[C]    
                  1137;CM1023         I791-793          86: V621,RV663
              88: V435,RV465;ST544 90: V572,RV602       CWP:V572,RV602
              92: V3921,RV3954     CF: V115,120,
                                       122,124,151

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Industry
              56: V121             58: V182             60: V130
              62: V81              64: V203             68: V162,177  
              70: V277             72: V313             74: V2450 
              76: V3415            78: V537             80: V458,
              82: V560[C]          84: V465,RV518;          RV519;I794
              86: V623,RV665           CM1026           88: V437,
              90: V574,RV604       CWP:V574,RV604           RV467
              92: V3924,RV3956                                ST546

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether R is Self-Employed 
              52: V133             56: V122             58: V183
              60: V131             62: V82              64: V204  
              68: V166,181         70: V281             72: V314,974
              74: V2451            76: V3416            78: V538 
              80: V459,RV520;I795  82: V561[C]          84: V466,RV519
              86: V624,RV666       88: V438,RV468       90: V575,RV605
              CWP:V575,RV604       92: V3925,RV3957     PS: V615*
                                                            



                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether R Supervises Employees
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V460,RV521;I796  84: V467,RV520
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees R Supervises
                                     80: V461,RV522;I797 
                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether R is Employed in
                       Private Sector or Gov't [1984: or Not-for-
                       Profit Agency] [1982: Gov't Level]
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V562[C]          84: V468,RV521 
                            ---(if private sector)  Whether Private Firm
                                 Does [1982: Business with Federal
                                 Government] [1984: Most Business with
                                 Government]
                                     82: V563[C]          
                                     84: V469,RV522 
                                       (if yes)  
                                          Business with Federal,
                                          State, or Local Government
                                            84: V470,RV523 
                                       (if yes)  
                                          Has Federal Government
                                          Business Increased/Decreased
                                          in Last Year 
                                            82: V564[C] 
                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether R is Employed by
                       Federal, State, or Local Government (FOLLOWUP)
                         86: V625,RV667       88: V439,RV469
                         90: V576,RV606       CWP:V576,RV606
                         92: V3926,RV3958     PS: V616*
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Employees Are Paid by R
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V462,RV523;I798  84: V467,RV520 
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees R Pays 
                                     80: V463,RV524;I799  
                                     84: V466,RV519 
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Business is Profit
                       Making or Not-for-Profit (FOLLOWUP)
                         84: V468,RV521 
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Business Does [1982:
                       Business with Federal Government] [1984: Most
                       Business with Government] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V563[C]          84: V469,RV522 
                            ---(if yes) Business with Federal, State, or
                                 Local Government 
                                     84: V470,RV523 
                            ---(if yes)  Has Federal Gov't Business
                                 Increased/Decreased in Last Year
                                     82: V564[C] 




          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Proportion of Co-workers Who Are Black: Most, Some, None
              86: V626,RV668 

                  --(if some)  How Many: Quarter, Half etc.(FOLLOWUP)
                      [SEE ALSO SECTION ON REPORTED RACIAL 
                      COMPOSITION OF AREA, Chapter I, Section A.15.]
                         86: V627,RV669

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Job is Appropriate for R's Qualifications 
              80: V464;I800 

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Hours R Works Per Week  
              68: V167,182         72: V317             74: V2454     
              76: V3419            78: V541             80: V465,
              82: V565[C]          84: V471,RV524           RV525;I801
              86: V628,RV670       88: V440,RV470       90: V577,RV607
              CWP:V577,RV607       92: V3927,RV3959

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - R's Satisfaction with Hours R Works
              80: V466;I802        82: V566             84: V472
              86: V629             88: V441             90: V578
              CWP:V578             92: V3928

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - R Works Full or Part-Time  
              70: V282  

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - How Worried is R About Losing Job 
              80: V467,RV526;      82: V567[C]          84: V473,RV525
                  I803,859         86: V630,RV671           ;CM1027  
              88: V442,RV471       90: V579,RV608       CWP:V579,RV608
              92: V3929,RV3960

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Is R Worried about Being Laid Off 
              72:  V979*

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether R Out of Job Past Two Years When Didn't Want to Be. 
             Length and Recency of Unemployment 
              58: V187             60: V134             64: V207-208
              68: V190-191         70: V283-285 







          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether R Out of a Job Last Twelve Months [1984ff, Last Six
             Months] 
              72: V318             74: V2455            76: V3421
              78: V542             80: V468;I804        82: V568[C] 
              84: V474;CM1028      86: V632             88: V444
              90: V581             CWP:V581             92: V3931

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether R Had Reduced Hours or Pay Cut Last Twelve Months
             [1984ff, Last Six Months] 
              80: V469;I805        82: V569[C]          84: V475;   
              86: V633             88: V445                 CM1029
              90: V582             90: V582             92: V3932

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether R Thinking About Getting Different Job. 
              72: V972-973 

          If R is Employed, Working Now, or Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether R has a Second Job   [Asked of Rs who Earned Money from which
                                Federal Income Tax was Withheld this Year] 
              72: V899



           Series: R unemployed, retired or permanently disabled    I.A.5.e(2)

                         This series refers to past employment.
                         See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - (Retired) When R Retired  
              72: V307             74: V2444            76: V3410  
              78: V532             80: V484;I820        82: V583[C] 
              84: V489             86: V617             88: V431
              90: V568             CWP:V568             92: V3917

          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - (Unemployed or Disabled) Whether R Ever Worked for Pay  
              72: V308,986         74: V2445            76: V3411  
              78: V533             80: V470,485,RV527;  82: V570,
              84: V458,459,RV528       I806,821              485[C]
              86: V616,618,RV674   88: V430,432,RV474   90: V567,569,
              CWP:V567,569,RV611   92: V3916,3918,RV3963    RV611




                  --(if yes)  ## Is R Working for Pay at Present
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V497;I833,855    82: V594 
                         88: V454             90: V591
                         CWP:V591             92: V3942
                            ---(if yes)  Whether R Works 20 Hours Per
                                  Week 
                                     80: V498,I834,858 
                            ---(if no)  ## Whether R is Looking For
                                  Work at Present
                                     88: V455,RV473
                                     90: V592,RV610
                                     CWP:V592,RV610
                                     92: V3943,RV3962
                                        (if yes) 
                                          ## How Worried is R About
                                          Finding Job
                                            88: V456,RV471
                                            90: V593,RV608
                                            CWP:V593,RV608
                                            92: V3944,RV3960
                  --(if yes)  If R Worked for Pay During Past Twelve
                      Months [1984ff: Last Six Months] (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V315             74: V2452  
                         76: V3417            78: V540 
                         80: V480,495,RV528;  82: V571[C]
                             I816,831         84: V485,499,RV526;
                         86: V641,650,RV672       CM1030
                         88: V451,RV472       90: V588,RV609
                         CWP: V588,RV609      92: V3939,RV3961
                            ---(if yes)  ## Is R Working for Pay at
                                  Present
                                     72: V316
                                     74: V2453  
                                     76: V3418
                                     78: V543
                  --(if yes)  ## Whether R is Looking for Work at
                      Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V539             84: V487,501,
                         86: V643,652,RV673       RV527;CM1032 
                            ---(if yes)  ## How Worried is R About
                                  Finding Job
                                     84: V488,502,RV525;CM1033
                                     86: V644,653,RV671 

          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - ## Whether R is Looking for Work at Present
              72: V970            80: V482,499,RV529;   82: V581,
                                      I818,836,856           595[C]

                  --(if yes)  Kind of Job R Is Looking for (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V971  


                  --(if yes)  ## How Worried is R About Finding Job 
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V483,500,RV526;  82: V582,596[C]      
                             I819,835,837,857

          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation 
            1970 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V478,492,RV517 

          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation
            1980 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V477,49l,RV516   86: V635,646,RV664   88: V447,RV466
              90: V584,RV603       CWP:V584,RV603       92: V3934,
                                                            RV3955

          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation 
              52: V134             56: V123             58: V184  
              60: V132             62: V80              64: V205  
              68: V161,163-165;    70: V276,278-280     72: V309-312
                   176,178-180     74: V2446-2449       76: V3412-3414
              78: V534-536         80: V471-473,486-    82: V572-574,
              84: V476,490,             488,RV516-518;       585-587
                  RV515,1136,1137      I807-809,822-824 86: V634,645,
              88: V446,RV465       90: V583,RV602           RV663
              CWP:V583,RV602       92: V3933,RV3954     CF: V115,120,
                                                             122,124

          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Industry  
              56: V124             58: V185             60: V133
              62: V81              64: V206             68: V162,177
              70: V277             72: V313             74: V2450
              76: V3415            78: V537             80: V474,489,
              82: V575,588[C]      84: V479,493,RV518       RV519;
              86: V636,647,RV665   88: V448,RV467           I810,825
              90: V585,RV604       CWP:V585,RV604       92: V3936,
                                                            RV3956
               
          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation - Whether R Was Self-Employed  
              68: V166,181         70: V281             72: V314
              74: V2451            76: V3416            78: V538 
              80: V475,490,RV520;  82: V577,589[C]      84: V480,494,
                  I811,826         86: V637,648,RV666       RV519 
              88: V449,RV468       90: V586,RV605       CWP:V586,RV605
              92: V3937,RV3957




                 --(if was not self-employed)  Whether R Supervised Employees
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V476,491,         84: V481,495,RV520 
                             RV521;I812,827 
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees R Supervised
                                    80: V477,492,RV522;I813,828 
                 --(if was not self-employed)  Whether R Was Employed
                      in Private Sector or Gov't [1984: or Not-for
                      profit Agency] [1982: Gov't Level]  (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V578,590[C]      84: V482,496,RV521 
                            ---(if private sector)  Whether Private Firm Did
                               [1982: Business with Federal Gov't]
                               [1984: Most Business with Government]
                                    82: V579,591[C]
                                    84: V483,497,RV522
                                      (if yes)  
                                        Business with Federal, State,
                                        or Local Government
                                           84: V484,498,RV523 
                                      (if yes)  
                                        Had Federal Gov't Business
                                        Increased/Decreased in Last
                                        Year
                                           82: V580,592[C] 
                 --(if was not self-employed)  Whether R Was Employed by
                      Federal State, or Local Government (FOLLOWUP)
                         86: V638,649,RV667    88: V450,RV469
                         90: V587,RV606        CWP:V587,RV606
                         92: V3938,RV3958
                 --(if was self-employed)  Whether Employees Were Paid by R
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V478,493,         84: V481,495,RV520 
                             RV523;I814,829
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees R Paid 
                                    80: V479,494,RV524;I815,830 
                 --(if was self-employed)  Whether Business was Profit
                      Making or Not-for-Profit (FOLLOWUP)
                         84: V482,496,RV521 
                 --(if was self-employed)  Whether Business Did [1982:
                      Business with Federal Government] [1984:
                      Most Business with Government] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V579,591[C]      84: V483,497,RV522
                            ---(if yes)  Business with Federal, State, or
                                 Local Government 
                                    84: V484,498,RV523 
                            ---(if yes)  Had Federal Government
                                 Business Increased/Decreased in
                                 Last Year
                                    82: V580,592[C] 




          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation - Proportion of Co-workers Who Were
               Black: Most, Some, None
              86: V639,RV668 

                    --(if some)  How Many Were Black: Quarter, Half etc.
                      (FOLLOWUP) [SEE ALSO SECTION ON REPORTED RACIAL
                      COMPOSITION OF AREA, Chapter I, Section A.15.] 
                         86: V640,RV669 
  
          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation: Hours R Worked per Week  [If R worked in
                          past six months]  
              72: V317             74: V2454            76: V3419
              78: V541             80: V481,496,RV525;  82: V576, 
              84: V486,500,RV524;     I817,832               593[C]
                  CM1031           86: V642,651,RV670   88: V452,RV470
              90: V589,RV607       CWP:V589,RV607       92: V3940,
                                                            RV3959

          If R is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Length of Time R Unemployed or Retired  
              58: V186             60: V135             64: V207  
              68: V190             70: V286  



               Series: R homemaker or student      I.A.5.e(3)


                        This series generally concerns past employment.
                        See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - ## If R Working for Pay at Present 
              70: V287             80: V501;I838,855    82: V597[C]
              84: V460;CM1034      86: V619             88: V433
              90: V570             CWP:V570             92: V3919

                  --(if yes)  Does R Work 20 Hours Per Week (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: I839,858 
                  --(if yes)  How Worried Is R About Losing Job (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: I853,859 
                  --(if no)  ## Whether R is Looking for Work at
                      Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V513;I851,856    82: V608[C]    





                             ---(if yes)  ## How Worried is R About
                                  Finding Job
                                     80: V514;I852,857
                                     82: V609[C]
                  --(if no)  ## Whether R Worked for Pay Past Twelve
                        Months [1984ff: Last Six Months] (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V502;I840        82: V598[C] 
                         84: V461             86: V620            
                         88: V434             90: V571
                         CWP:V571             92: V3920,RV3961
                             ---(if yes)  ## Whether R is Looking for
                                  Work at Present
                                     84: V513;CM1035   
                                     86: V660
                                     88: V463
                                     90: V600
                                     CWP:V600
                                     92: V3952,RV3962
                                     (if yes) 
                                        ## How Worried is R About
                                        Finding Job
                                           84: V514,CM1036     
                                           86: V661 
                                           88: V464
                                           90: V601
                                           CWP:V601
                                           92: V3953,RV3960
                             ---(if yes)  R Former Occupation; 1970
                                  Census Major Group Categories
                                     84: V505 
                             ---(if yes)  R Former Occupation; 1980
                                  Census Major Group Categories
                                     84: V504             
                                     86: V655 
                                     88: V458,RV466
                                     90: V595,RV603
                                     CWP:V595,RV603
                                     92: V3946,RV3955
                             ---(if yes)  ## R Former Occupation
                                     80: V503-505;I841-843
                                     82: V599-601[C]
                                     84: V503             
                                     86: V654 
                                     88: V457,RV465
                                     90: V594,RV602
                                     CWP:V594,RV602
                                     92: V3945,RV3954
                                     CF: V115,120,122,124





                             ---(if yes)  ## R Former Industry
                                     80: V506;I844        
                                     82: V602[C] 
                                     84: V506             
                                     86: V656 
                                     88: V459,RV467
                                     90: V596,RV604
                                     CWP:V596,RV604
                                     92: V3948,RV3956
                             ---(if yes)  ## R Former Occupation: Hours
                                  Worked Per Week
                                     80: V512;I850        
                                     82: V607[C] 
                                     84: V512             
                                     86: V659 
                                     88: V462,RV470 
                                     90: V599,RV607
                                     CWP:V599,RV607
                                     92: V3951,RV3959
                             ---(if yes)  ## R Former Occupation: Whether
                                  R Was Self-Employed
                                     80: V507;I845        
                                     82: V603[C] 
                                     84: V507             
                                     86: V657 
                                     88: V460,RV468
                                     90: V597,RV605
                                     CWP:V597,RV605
                                     92: V3949,RV3957
                                     (if was not self-employed)  
                                       Whether R Supervised Employees
                                           80: V508;I846        
                                           84: V508 
                                           (if yes)  
                                             Number of Employees R
                                             Supervised
                                                80: V509;I847 
                                     (if was not self-employed) 
                                       Whether R Was Employed in
                                       Private Sector or Gov't [1984:
                                       or Not -for-profit Agency]
                                       [1982: Govt. Level]
                                           82: V604[C]
                                           84: V509 
                                           (if private sector)  
                                             Whether Private Firm Did
                                             [1982: Business With
                                             Federal Gov't] [1984:
                                             Most Business With Gov't]
                                                82: V605[C]
                                                84: V510 


                                                (if yes)  
                                                  Business with
                                                  Federal, State, or
                                                  Local Government 
                                                    84: V511 
                                                (if yes)  
                                                  Had Federal Gov't
                                                  Business Increased/
                                                  Decreased in Last
                                                  Year 
                                                    82: V606[C]
                                     (if was not self-employed)  
                                       Whether R Was Employed by
                                       Federal, State or Local Gov't
                                           86: V658
                                           88: V461,RV469  
                                           90: V598,RV606
                                           CWP:V598,RV606
                                           92: V3950,RV3958
                                     (if was self-employed)  
                                       Whether Employees Were Paid
                                       by R
                                           80: V510;I848       
                                           84: V508 
                                           (if yes)  
                                             Number of Employees R
                                             Paid
                                                80: V511;I849 
                                                84: V507 
                                     (if was self-employed)  
                                       Whether Business Was Profit
                                       Making or Not-for-Profit
                                           82: V604[C]
                                           84: V509 
                                     (if was self-employed)  
                                       Whether Business Did [1982:
                                       Business with with Federal
                                       Gov't] [1984: Most Business
                                       with Gov't]
                                           82: V605[C]
                                           84: V510 
                                           (if yes)  
                                            Business with Federal,
                                            State, or Local Government
                                                84: V511 
                                           (if yes)  
                                             Had Federal Government
                                             Business Increased/
                                             Decreased in Last Year 
                                                82: V606[C]



          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - ## Whether R Worked for Pay Past Twelve Months [1984ff: Last
            Six Months]
              72: V319             74: V2456            76: V3422
              78: V544 

                  --(if yes)  ## Whether R is Working for Pay at
                       Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V320             74: V2457
                         76: V3423            78: V545
                            ---(if no)  ## R Former Occupation
                                 72: V321-324 
                                 74: V2458-2461       
                                 76: V3424-3426
                                 78: V546-548 
                                 CF: V115,120,122,124
                            ---(if no)  ## R Former Industry
                                 72: V325
                                 74: V2462  
                                 76: V3427
                                 78: V549 
                            ---(if no)  ## R Former Occupation: Hours
                                Worked Per Week
                                 72: V327
                                 74: V2463 
                                 76: V3428
                                 78: V551 
                            ---(if no)  ## R Former Occupation: Whether
                                R Was Self-Employed
                                 72: V326 
                                 74: V2463  
                                 76: V3429
                                 78: V550 

          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - (Student) Kind of Work Student Plans to Go Into 
              72: V971 

          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - Chances of Getting Job in Kind of Work R Plans to Go Into. 
           Reasons.
              72: V976-977 

          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if R is also working now]  Occupation
              68: V161,163-165;    70: V288,290-292
                   176,178-180              

          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if R is also working now]  Industry
              68: V162,177         70: V289  


          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if R is also working now]  Whether R Self-Employed
              68: V166,181         70: V293  

          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if R is also working now]  Hours R Works Per Week
              68: V167,182  

          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - Whether Out of Job Past Two Years When Didn't 
             Want to Be.  Length and Recency of Unemployment. 
              68: V190-191         70: V294-296 

          If R is Homemaker or Student:
        - Whether R Ever Worked for Pay 
              72: V985-986 


                EMPLOYMENT - SPOUSE         I.A.5.f


            See summary notes, pages 12,13. 
       *****************************************

                 - After 1984, 'spouse' refers to spouse/partner of female R
                   only (in 1986, therefore, actual spouse information is found
                   in 'head' series, except for work status variable which in
                   1986 also includes work status of spouse/partner of male R;
                   in 1988 and 1990 no data are present for wives/partners of
                   male Rs)
                 - 1984 and prior, 'spouse' refers to R's wife/partner if R is
                   male only.  If R is female, spouse data is present in 'head'
                   series.

                    1952,1956-1962,1968: Occupation vars are not present for R's
                         spouse nor for head's spouse.
                    1966:  Occupation vars are present only for head.
                     


        - Employment Status of Spouse
              70: V320             72: V351             74: V2488  
              76: V3451            78: V574             80: V668,
              82: V721,667[C]      84: V603,604              607;I861,
              86: V613             88: V476,RV478,RV479      862,926
              90: V564,613,RV614   CWP:V564,613,RV614   92: V4002,4003








               Series: Spouse working or TLO         I.A.5.f(1)

          See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation, 1970 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V611,RV664

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation, 1980 Census Major Groups Categories 
              84: V610,RV663       88: V486,RV508       90: V621,RV651
              CWP:V621,RV651       92: V4010,RV4043   

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Occupation
              70: V321,323-325     72: V354-357         74: V2491-2494
              76: V3454-3456       78: V577-579         80: V608-610,
              82: V668-679[C]      84: V609,RV662           RV669-671;
              88: V485,RV507       90: V620,RV650           I863-865
              CWP:V620,RV650       92: V4009,RV4042

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Industry  
              70: V322             72: V358             74: V2495
              76: V3457            78: V580             80: V611,
              82: V671[C]          84: V612,RV665           RV672;I866
              88: V487,RV509       90: V622,RV652       CWP:V622,RV652
              92: V4012,RV4044

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Spouse is Self-Employed
              70: V326             72: V359             74: V2496
              76: V3458            78: V581             80: V612,
              82: V672[C]          84: V613,RV666           RV673;I867
              88: V488,RV510       90: V623,RV653       CWP:V623,RV653
              92: V4013,RV4045

                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether Spouse Supervises
                       Employees (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V613,RV674;I868  84: V614,RV667 
                             ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Spouse
                                 Supervises 
                                   80: V614,RV675;I869 
                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether Spouse is Employed
                       in Private Sector or Gov't [1984: or Not-for
                       profit Agency] [1982: Gov't Level] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V673[C]          84: V615,RV668 




                             ---(if private sector)  Whether Private Firm
                                 Does [1982: Business with Federal
                                 Government] [1984: Most Business
                                 with Government] 
                                   82: V674[C]        
                                   84: V616,RV669
                                     (if yes)  
                                       Business with Federal, State,
                                       or Local Government
                                         84: V617,RV670 
                                     (if yes)  
                                       Has Federal Government Business
                                       Business Increased/Decreased
                                       in Last Year 
                                         82: V675[C] 
                  --(if not self-employed)  Whether Spouse is Employed by
                       Federal State or Local Government (FOLLOWUP)
                         88: V489,RV511
                         90: V624,RV654
                         CWP:V624,RV654
                         92: V4014,RV4046
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Employees Are Paid by
                       Spouse (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V615,RV676;I870  84: V614,RV667
                             ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Spouse
                                  Pays
                                   80: V616,RV677;I871 
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Business is Profit Making
                       or Not-for-Profit Agency [1982: Govt Level]
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         84: V615,RV668 
                  --(if self-employed)  Whether Business Does [1982:
                       Business with Federal Government] [1984: Most
                       Business with Government] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V674[C]        84: V616,RV669
                             ---(if yes)  Business with Federal, State, or
                                  Local Government 
                                   84: V617,RV670 
                             ---(if yes)  Has Federal Government
                                  Business Increased
                                  /Decreased in Last Year 
                                   82: V675[C] 

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Job is Appropriate for Spouse's Qualifications 
              80: V617;I872 

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Does Spouse Work Full or Part-Time  
              70: V327  



          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Hours Spouse Works Per Week  
              72: V362             74: V2499            76: V3461
              78: V584             80: V618,RV678;I873  82: V676[C]
              84: V618,RV671       88: V490,RV512       90: V625,RV655
              CWP:V625,RV655       92: V4015,RV4047

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Spouse's Satisfaction with Hours Spouse Works (FOLLOWUP)
              80: V619;I874        82: V677             84: V619
              88: V491             90: V626             CWP:V626
              92: V4016

         If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - How Worried is Spouse About Losing Job 
              80: V620,RV679;      82: V678[C]          84: V620,RV672
                  I875,931         88: V492,RV513       90: V627,RV656
              CWP:V627,RV656       92: V4017,RV4048

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Spouse Out of Job Anytime Last Twelve Months When
            Didn't Want to Be.  Length and Recency of Unemployment.
            [1970: Last Two Years] [1984ff: Last Six Months] 
              70: V328-330         72: V363             74: V2500
              76: V3462            78: V585             80: V621;I876
              82: V679[C]          84: V621             88: V494
              90: V629             CWP:V629             92: V4019

          If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Spouse Had Reduced Hours or Pay Cut in Last Twelve
            Months [1984ff: Last Six Months]
              80: V622;I877        82: V680[C]          84: V622
              88: V495             90: V630             CWP:630
              92: V4020

         If Spouse is Employed, Working, Temporarily Laid Off:
        - Whether Spouse has a Second Job  [Asked about Spouses who Earned Money
                                from which Federal Income Tax was Withheld this Year]  
              72: V905


















                                                                               
       Series: Spouse unemployed, retired or permanently disabled  I.A.5.f(2) 
                                                                               

                          This series refers to past employment.
                          See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - (Retired) When Spouse Retired  
              72: V352             74: V2489            76: V3452 
              78: V575             80: 637;I892         82: V694[C] 
              84: V636             88: V481             90: V616
              CWP:V616             92: V4005

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - (Unemployed or Disabled) Whether Spouse Ever Worked for Pay
              72: V353             74: V2490            76: V3453  
              78: V576             80: V623,638,RV680;  82: V681,
              84: V605,606,            I878,893              695[C]
                  RV675            88: V480,482,RV516   90: V615,617,
              CWP:V615,617,RV659   92: V4004,4006,          RV659
                                       RV4051
                  --(if yes)  ## Is Spouse Working for Pay at Present
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V650;I905,927    82: V705
                         88: V504             90: V639
                         CWP:V639             92: V4030
                            ---(if yes)  Work 20 Hours a Week 
                                80: V651;I906,930 
                            ---(if no)  ## Whether Spouse is Looking
                               for Work At Present
                                88: V505,RV515
                                90: V640,RV658
                                CWP:V640,RV658
                                92: V4031,RV4050
                                    (if yes) 
                                    ## How Worried is Spouse About
                                    Finding Job
                                       88: V506,RV513
                                       90: V641,RV656
                                       CWP:V641,RV656
                                       92: V4032,RV4048
                  --(if yes)  If Spouse Worked for Pay Past Twelve
                      Months [1984ff: Last Six Months] (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V360             74: V2497  
                         76: V3459            78: V583 
                         80: V633,648,RV681;  82: V68742,703[C]
                             I888,903         84: V632,646,RV673
                         88: V501,RV514       90: V636,RV657
                         CWP:V636,RV657       92: V4027,RV4049



                            ---(if yes)  ## Is Spouse Working for Pay
                               at Present
                                72: V361 
                                74: V2498           
                                76: V3460
                                78: V586
                  --(if yes)  ## Whether Spouse is Looking for Work at
                      Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V582             84: V634,648,RV674
                            ---(if yes)  ## How Worried is Spouse About
                               Finding Job
                                84: V635,649,RV672 

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - ## Whether Spouse is Looking for Work at Present
              80: V635,652,RV682;  82: V692,706[C]
                  I890,908,928

                  --(if yes)  ## How Worried is Spouse Is About Finding
                      Job (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V636,653,RV679;  82: V693,707         
                             I891,909,907,                 
                              929,931 

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation, 1970 Census Major Groups Categories
              84: V625,639,RV664

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation, 1980 Census Major Groups Categories
              84: V624,638,RV663   88: V497,RV508       90: V632,RV651
              CWP:V632,RV651       92: V4022,RV4043

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation
              70: V321,323-325     72: V354-357         74: V2491-2494
              76: V3454-3456       78: V577-579         80: V624-626,
              82: V683-685,        84: V623,637,RV662        639-641,
                  696-698[C]       88: V496,RV507           RV669-671;
              90: V631,RV650       CWP:V631,RV650           I879-881,
              92: V4021,RV4042                               894-896

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Industry  
              70: V322             72: V358             74: V2495
              76: V3457            78: V580             80: V627,642,
              82: V686,699[C]      84: V626,640,RV665       RV672; 
              88: V498,RV509       90: V633,RV652           I882,897
              CWP:V633,RV652       92: V4024,RV4044




          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - Usual/Former Occupation: Whether Spouse Was Self-Employed  
              70: V326             72: V359             80: V628,643,
              74: V2496            76: V3458                RV673;
              78: V581                                      I883,898
              82: V688,700[C]      84: V627,641,RV666   88: V499,RV510
              90: V634,RV653       CWP:V634,RV653       92: V4025,  
                                                            RV4045

                  --(if was not self-employed)  Whether Spouse Supervised
                       Employees (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V629,644,RV674;  84: V628,642,RV667
                             I884,899 
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Spouse 
                                  Supervised
                                    80: V630,645,RV675;I885,900 
                  --(if was not self-employed)  Whether Spouse Was Employed
                       in Private Sector or Gov't [1984: or Not-
                       for-profit Agency] [1982: Gov't Level]
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V689,701[C]      84: V629,643,RV668 
                            ---(if private sector)  Whether Private Firm
                                  Did [1982: Business with  Federal
                                  Government] [1984: Most Business
                                  with Government]
                                    82: V690,702[C]      
                                    84: V630,644,RV669 
                                      (if yes)  
                                         Business with Federal, State
                                         or Local Government
                                           84: V631,645,RV670 
                                      (if yes)  
                                         Had Federal Government
                                         Business Increased/Decreased
                                         in Last Year 
                                           82: V691[C] 
                  --(if was not self-employed)  Whether Spouse Was Employed
                       by Federal, State or Local Government
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         88: V500,RV511       90: V635,RV654
                         CWP:V635,RV654       92: V4026,RV4046
                  --(if was self-employed)  Whether Employees Were Paid by
                       Spouse (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V631,646,RV676;  84: V628,642,RV667
                             I886,901 
                            ---(if yes)  Number of Employees Spouse Paid 
                                    80: V632,647,RV677;I887,902 
                  --(if was self-employed)  Whether Business Was Profit
                       Making or Not-for-Profit (FOLLOWUP)
                         84: V629,643,RV668 



                  --(if was self-employed)  Whether Business Did [1982:
                       Business with Federal Government] [1984: Most
                       Business with Government] (FOLLOWUP)
                         82: V690,702[C]      84: V630,644,RV669 
                            ---(if yes)  Business with Federal, State, or
                                 Local Government
                                    84: V631,645,RV670 
                            ---(if yes)  Had Federal Government
                                 Business Increased/Decreased
                                 in Last Year 
                                    82: V691[C] 

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        -  [If Spouse Worked in Past Six Months] Usual/Former Occupation: Hours
            Spouse Worked Per Week  
              72: V362             74: V2499            76: V3461
              78: V584             80: V634,649,RV678;  82: V687,
              84: V633,647,RV671       I889,904              704[C]
              88: V502,RV512       90: V637,RV655       CWP:V637,RV655
              92: V4028,RV4047

          If Spouse is Unemployed, Retired, Permanently Disabled:
        - (Unemployed) Length of Unemployment  
              70: V331  



                                                                
                Series: Spouse homemaker or student  I.A.5.f(3) 
                                                                

                          This series generally concerns past employment.
                          See summary notes, pages 12,13.


          If Spouse is Homemaker or Student:
        - ## Is Spouse Working for Pay at Present
              70: V332             80: V654;            82: V708[C]
              84: V607                 I910,I927        88: V483
              90: V618             CWP:V618             92: V4007

                  --(if yes)  Is Spouse Working 20 Hours a Week
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: I911,930 
                  --(if yes)  How Worried Is Spouse About Losing Job 
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: I925,931 
                  --(if no)  ## Whether Spouse is Looking for Work at
                      Present (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V666;I923,928    82: V719[C]




                            ---(if yes)  ## How Worried is Spouse About
                                 Finding Job 
                                  80: V667;I924,929
                                  82: V720[C] 
                  --(if no)  ## Whether Spouse Worked for Pay Last
                      Twelve Months [1984ff: In Last Six Months]
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V655;I912        82: V709[C] 
                         84: V608             88: V484
                         90: V619             CWP:V619
                         92: V4008,RV4049
                            ---(if yes) 
                                 ## Whether Spouse Is Looking
                                 for Work at Present 
                                  84: V660 
                                  90: V648
                                  CWP:V648
                                  92: V4040,RV4050
                                     (if yes)  ## How Worried is Spouse
                                      About Finding Job 
                                        84: V661 
                                        90: V649,RV656
                                        CWP:V649,RV656
                                        92: V4041,RV4048
                            ---(if yes)  Spouse Former Occupation; 1970
                                 Census Major Groups Categories
                                  84: V652
                            ---(if yes)  Spouse Former Occupation; 1980
                                 Census Major Groups Categories
                                  84: V651
                                  90: V643,RV651
                                  CWP:V643,RV651
                                  92: V4034,RV4043
                            ---(if yes)  ## Spouse Former Occupation
                                  80: V656-658;I913-915
                                  82: V710-712[C]
                                  84: V650 
                                  90: V642,RV650
                                  CWP:V642,RV650
                                  92: V4033,RV4042
                            ---(if yes)  ## Spouse Former Industry
                                  80: V659;I916
                                  82: V713[C] 
                                  84: V653 
                                  90: V644,RV652
                                  CWP:V644,RV652
                                  92: V4036,RV4044






                            ---(if yes)  ## Spouse Former Occupation:
                                 Hours Spouse Worked Per Week
                                  80: V665;I922 
                                  82: V718[C]
                                  84: V659 
                                  90: V647,RV655
                                  CWP:V647,RV655
                                  92: V4039,RV4047
                            ---(if yes)  ## Spouse Former Occupation:
                                 Whether Spouse Was Self-Employed 
                                  80: V660;I917
                                  82: V714[C] 
                                  84: V654 
                                  90: V645,RV653
                                  CWP:V645,RV653
                                  92: V4037,RV4045
                                   (if was not self-employed)  
                                     Whether Spouse Supervised
                                     Employees
                                       80: V661;I918
                                       84: V655 
                                         (if yes)  
                                           Number of Employees Spouse
                                           Supervised
                                            80: V662;I919 
                                   (if was not self-employed)  
                                     Whether Spouse was Employed in
                                     Private Sector or Gov't [1984: or
                                     Not-for Profit Agency]  [1982:
                                     Gov't Level]
                                       82: V715[C]          
                                       84: V656 
                                         (if private sector)  
                                          Whether Private Firm Did
                                          [1982: Business with Federal
                                          Gov't] [1984: Most Business
                                          with Government]
                                            82: V716[C]          
                                            84: V657 
                                             (if yes)  
                                                Business with Federal,
                                                State, or Local
                                                Government
                                                  84: V658 
                                             (if yes)  
                                                Had Federal Gov't
                                                Business Increased/
                                                Decreased in Last Year
                                                  82: V717[C] 




                                   (if was not self-employed)  
                                     Whether Spouse was Employed by
                                     Federal, State or Local
                                     Government
                                       90: V646,RV654
                                       CWP:V646,RV654
                                       92: V4038,RV4046
                                   (if was self-employed)  
                                     Whether Employees Were Paid by
                                     Spouse 
                                       80: V663;I920
                                       84: V655 
                                         (if yes)  
                                          Number of Employees Spouse
                                          Paid 
                                            80: V664;I921 
                                   (if was self-employed)  
                                     Whether Business Was Profit
                                     -Making or Not-for-Profit
                                       84: V656 
                                   (if was self-employed)  
                                     Whether Business Did [1982:
                                     Business with Federal Gov't]
                                     [1984: Most Business with Gov't]
                                       82: V716[C]          
                                       84: V657 
                                         (if yes)  
                                          Business with Federal,
                                          State, or Local Government
                                            84: V658 
                                         (if yes)  
                                          Had Federal Gov't Business
                                          Increased/Decreased in Last
                                          Year
                                            82: V717[C] 

          If Spouse is Homemaker or Student:
        - ## Whether Spouse Worked for Pay Last Twelve Months [1984ff:
             in Last Six Months]
              72: V364             74: V2501            76: V3463 
              78: V587

                  --(if yes)  ## Is Spouse Working for Pay at Present
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                           72: V365             74: V2502
                           76: V3464            78: V588 
                              ---(if no)  ## Spouse Former Occupation
                                   72: V366-369
                                   74: V2503-2506
                                   76: V3465-3467
                                   78: V589-591


                              ---(if no)  ## Spouse Former Industry 
                                   72: V370 
                                   74: V2507  
                                   76: V3468
                                   78: V592 
                              ---(if no)  ## Spouse Former Occupation:
                                   Hours Spouse Worked Per Week
                                   72: V372 
                                   74: V2509            
                                   76: V3470 
                                   78: V594
                              ---(if no)  ## Spouse Former Occupation:
                                  Whether Spouse Was Self-Employed
                                  (FOLLOWUP)
                                   72: V371
                                   74: V2508  
                                   76: V3469
                                   78: V593 

          If Spouse is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if spouse is also working now]  Occupation
              70: V333,335-337 

          If Spouse is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if spouse is also working now]  Industry
              70: V334  

          If Spouse is Homemaker or Student:
        - [if spouse is also working now]  Whether Self-Employed 
              70: V338  

          If Spouse is Homemaker or Student:
        - Whether Looking for Work Past Two Years, Couldn't Get Job.
             When.   Length of Search. 
              70: V339-341  



                                                                     
  Ethnic background                                           I.A.6  
                                                                     

     SEE ALSO:  Group Identification and Influence, Chapter I, Section B.4.

        - R's Principal Nationality/Ethnic Group, 
             Response(s) Other Than American. 
              64: V257             68: V249,250         70: V369 
              72: V406             74: V2528            76: V3489,3894
              78: V607-610         80: V695-697;        82: V736,737, 
              84: V689,690             I944-945             739[C]
              86: V739,740         88: V534-535         90: V670,671
              CWP:V670,671         92: V4116,4117       CF: V109


                    --(if more than 1)  Which group does R feel closest to
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V611             80: V698;I946
                         82: V740[C]          84: V692    
                         86: V742             88: V537
                         90: V673             CWP:V673
                         92: V4119            CF: V109

                    --(if any)  Strength of R's Feeling of Closeness to
                      Ethnic/Nationality Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         76: V3895
                    --(if any)  Feeling Thermometer, R's Principal
                      Nationality (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V258             68: V251 

        - Nationality Groups: Membership of R
              52: V217*  

        - Ethnic or other Group R Feels Closest to 
              72: V826             76: V3867            80: V1168;I715
              84: V1102            88: V1113

                  --(if any)  Does R Belong to Organizations or Take
                      Part in Activities of Closest Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V827,828         76: V3868,3869 
                         80: V1169;I716       84: V1103 
                         88: V1114
                  --(if any)  Does R Read Publications Representing
                      Closest Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V829,830         76: V3870 

        - Ethnic, Racial or Nationality Organizations: Membership of R
              72: V397  

        - Is R of Hispanic Origin, Which Type
              78: V632             80: V722,1182;I971   82: V764[C] 
              84: V709,1105,1108;  86: V757             88: V540,541
                  CM1128                                    ST565
              90: V676,677         CWP:V676,677         92: V4122,4123
              PS: V632             CF: V107,108

        - Place of R's Birth (State or Country) 
              52: V143             56: V182             58: V220 
              60: V175             64: V252             66: V223 
              68: V243             70: V363             72: V407 
              74: V2537            76: V3498            78: V621 
              80: V708;I956        82: V750             84: V697 
              86: V747             88: V545             90: V678 
              92: V4124            CF: V142

        - Whether R Born in U.S.
              62: V95 

                    --(If no)  Is R U.S. Citizen (FOLLOWUP)
                         62: V96 

        - Whether Both Parents Born in U.S. 
              52: V146             60: V176             64: V253
              66: V224             68: V244             70: V364 
              72: V408             74: V2529            76: V3490
              78: V612             80: V699;I947        82: V741 
              84: V693             86: V743             88: V538
              90: V674             CWP:V674             92: V4120
              CF: V143

                 --(if no)  Country of R's Father's Birth (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V151             58: V222 
                         64: V177             64: V254 
                         66: V225             68: V245 
                         70: V365             72: V409 
                         74: V2530            76: V3491 
                         78: V613             80: V700;I948 
                         82: V742             CF: V144
                 --(if no)  Country of R's Mother's Birth (FOLLOWUP) 
                         52: V152             58: V223 
                         60: V178             64: V255 
                         66: V226             68: V246 
                         70: V366             72: V410 
                         74: V2531            76: V3492 
                         78: V614             80: V701;I949 
                         82: V743             CF: V145

                 --(if no)  National Origin of Father's Parents
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V147,148         58: V224 
                         60: V179             64: V256 
                         66: V227             68: V247 
                         70: V367             72: V411 
                         74: V2532            76: V3493 
                         78: V615             80: V702;I950 
                         82: V744 
                 --(if no)  National Origin of Mother's Parents
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V149,150         58: V225 
                         68: V248             70: V368 
                         72: V412             74: V2533 
                         76: V3494            78: V616 
                         80: V703;I951        82: V745 
                              ---(if parents have more than one country mentioned)
                                 Family's National Origin 
                                   78: V617             
                                   80: V704;I952
                                   82: V746 

        - Summary: Are R, Parents and Grandparents Native or Foreign
            Born. 
              52: V162             56: V183             58: V221 

                 --(if foreign born)  Place of Birth of R's Father
                     or Father's Parents (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V163             56: V184 
                 --(if foreign born)  Place of Birth of R's Mother
                     or Mother's Parents (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V164             56: V185 
                 --(if foreign born)  Place of Birth of Grandfather 
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V165             56: V186 
                 --(if foreign born)  Place of Birth of Grandmother 
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V166             56: V187 



                                                                     
   Gender                                                     I.A.7  
                                                                     

        - Gender of Head 
              62: V11 


        - Gender of Respondent 
              52: V128             56: V171             58: V170  
              60: V118,248         62: V98              64: V182  
              66: V236             68: V263,525         70: V390  
              72: V424,1064        74: V2553            76: V3512,3951
              78: V630             80: V720,1180;I969   82: V762[C] 
              84: V707,1106;CM1134 86: V755             88: V413;
              90: V547             CWP:V547                 ST17
              92: V4201            PS: V636             CF: V104



                                                                     
  Home Ownership                                              I.A.8  
                                                                     

        - Does R/(R's family) own home or rent
              52: V156             64: V271             68: V262  
              70: V389             72: V421             74: V2550  
              76: V3509            78: V629             80: V719;I967 
              82: V761             84: V706             86: V754 
              88: 552              90: V685            CWP:V685
              92: V4135            PS: V635*            CF: V146



                                                                     
   Income                                                     I.A.9  
                                                                     

For R's/R's family's personal financial situation, see Chapter III,
Section C.1.b.

        - Family Income, Estimated Current Year  
              52: V160             56: V190             58: V203  
              60: V189             62: V75              64: V269  
              66: V235             68: V261             70: V388  

        - Family Income, Previous Year  
              72: V420             74: V2549            76: V3507  
              78: V598             80: V686;I935        82: V725,      
              84: V680;CM1122      86: V733                  726[C]
              88: V520             90: V663             CWP:V663
                  ST551-556        92: V4104,           PS: V623-629
              CF: V114                  4107-4108

        - Income of Head  
              56: V191             64: V270             

        - R's Income, Previous Year 
              76: V3508            78: V599             80: V687;I936
              82: V727,728         84: V681             86: V734
              88: V521             90: V664             CWP:V664
              92: V4105,4109-4110


                                                                      
  Life Cycle Status of R                                      I.A.10  
                                                                      

        - Life Cycle Status of R  [marital status and children summary]
              56: RV180            58: RV179            60: RV127  
              62: RV102            64: RV216            66: RV196  



                                                                      
  Marital Status                                              I.A.11  
                                                                      

        - Marital Status of Head  
              62: V77  

        - Marital Status of R  
              52: V114             56: V177,226         58: V176  
              60: V124,250         62: V79              64: V188  
              66: V193             68: V146             70: V263  
              72: V295             74: V2407            76: V3370  
              78: V505             80: V409;I766        82: V536 
              84: V430;CM1017      86: V596,597,RV598   88: V418;
              90: V553             CWP:V553                 ST537
              92: V3904            PS: V605             CF: V147



                                                                      
  Military Service                                            I.A.12  
                                                                      

        - R or Head Ever in Armed Services  
              52: V234             60: V172  

                    --(if yes)  Era R Served (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V235             60: V173  
                    --(if yes)  Era Head Served (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V236             60: V174  

        - Was Respondent in the Armed Forces During Last Six Years
            (Whether Due to Vietnam Buildup or Otherwise)
              68: V216*

                  --(if yes and due to Vietnam buildup) Any Time Served in Vietnam 
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V217*

        - Was Anyone in R's Immediate Family in the Armed Forces
             During Last Six Years
              68: V218

                  --(if yes) Was it Due to Vietnam Buildup (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V219
                  --(if yes) Any Time Served in Vietnam (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V220  

        - Was Anyone Other Relative or Friend in the Armed Forces
             During Last Six Years
              68: V221
                  --(if yes) Was it Due to Vietnam Buildup (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V222
                  --(if yes) Any Time Served in Vietnam (FOLLOWUP)
                     68: V223  

       - Does R Have Any Relatives or Close Friends Who Were Called Up
           for or Who Served in the Persian Gulf War
              CWP:V2551
                  --(if yes) Who
                     CWP:V2552-2555


                                                                      
   Race                                                       I.A.13  
                                                                      

        - R's Race
              52: V129             56: V172             58: V171 
              60: V119,249         62: V97              64: V183 
              66: V237             68: V264,526         70: V3,391 
              72: V120,425,1065    74: V2554            76: V3218,     
              78: V631             80: V721,1181;I970       3513,3952 
              82: V763[C]          84: V708,1104,1107;  86: V756 
              88: V412;ST564           CM1127           90: V549
              CWP:V549             92: V4202            PS: V631
              CF: V105,106            

        - R of Hispanic Origin, Which Type
              78: V632             80: V722,1182;I971   82: V764[C] 
              84: V709,1105,1108;  86: V757             88: V540,541
                  CM1128           90: V676,677             ST565
              CWP:V676,677         92: V4121-4123       PS: V632
              CF: V107,108
              










                                                                      
  Religious Background and Affiliation                        I.A.14  
                                                                      

     SEE ALSO:  Religious Attitudes, Chapter I, Section C.3.i.
     See Chapter III, Section F.1, for the issue of Church and State/Politics.

        - R's Church Preference  
              52: V158             56: V132             58: V210  
              60: V252             62: V93              64: V235  
              66: V221             68: V213             70: V360,361  
              72: V422             74: V2551            76: V3510  
              78: V605             80: V693;I942        82: V734[C]
              84: V687;CM1123      86: V737             88: V527;
              PS: V630             CF: V128,129,152         ST557
                                                   
                  --(if unknown)  ## Is That a Christian Faith (FOLLOWUP)
                         88: V528
                             ---(if yes)  ## Does R Consider Self Born
                                 -Again
                                     88: V529
                  --(if Christian)  ## Does R Consider Self Born Again
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         88: ST558
                  --(if any) Frequency of Church Attendance (FOLLOWUP)
                         52: V159             56: V133
                         58: V211             60: V253
                         62: V94              64: V236  
                         66: V222             68: V214
                         70: V362             72: V423
                         74: V2552            76: V3511
                         78: V606             80: V694;I943
                         82: V735[C]          84: V688;CM1124
                         86: V738             88: V530,531;ST559
                         CF: V130,131                       

        - Summary: R's Church Preference
              90: V546             CWP:V546             92: V3850

        - Does R Ever Attend Church
              90: V524             CWP:V524             92: V3826

                  --(if yes) How often (FOLLOWUP)
                         90: V526             CWP:V526
                         92: V3828
                             ---(if every week) Is That Once a Week or More
                                 Than Once a Week
                                     90: V527
                                     CWP:V527
                                     92: V3829


                  --(if yes) ## Religious Preference (FOLLOWUP)
                         90: V528             CWP:V528
                         92: V3830
                             ---(if Protestant) ## Denomination
                                     90: V529-541
                                     CWP:V529-541
                                     92: V3831-3843
                             ---(if 'other') ## Is that a Christian Faith
                                     90: V542
                                     CWP:V542
                                     92: V3844
                                         (if yes) ## Which Kind/
                                           Denomination
                                               90: V544
                                               CWP:V544
                             ---(if Jewish) ## Is that Orthodox,
                                 Conservative or Reformed
                                     90: V543
                                     CWP:V543
                                     92: V3845
                             ---(if Christian, other than Orthodox) ## Which
                                is Best Description: Fundamentalist,
                                 Evangelical, Charismatic or Spirit-
                                 Filled, Moderate to Liberal
                                     92: V3846  
                             ---(if Christian) ## Does R Consider Self Born
                                 Again
                                     90: V545
                                     CWP:V545
                                     92: V3847
                  --(if yes and Christian or Jewish) ## Is R Officially a Member
                      of Parish, Congregation, Temple, etc. (FOLLOWUP)
                         92: V3848
                  --(if yes and Christian or Jewish) ## Does R Participate in
                      Religious Group Outside of Place of Worship
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         92: V3849
                  --(if no) Does R Consider Self Part of Particular
                      Church or Denomination (FOLLOWUP)
                         90: V525             CWP:V525 
                         92: V3827
                             ---(if yes) ## Religious Preference
                                     90: V528
                                     CWP:V528
                                     92: V3830
                                         (if Protestant) ## Denomination
                                               90: V529-541
                                               CWP:V529-541
                                               92: V3831-3843




                                         (if 'other') ## Is that a Christian
                                           Faith
                                               90: V542
                                               CWP:V542
                                               92: V3844
                                                   (if yes) ## Which Kind/
                                                     Denomination
                                                         90: V544
                                                         CWP:V544
                                         (if Jewish) ## Is that Orthodox,
                                           Conservative or Reformed
                                               90: V543
                                               CWP:V543
                                               92: V3845
                                         (if Christian, other than Orthodox) ## Which
                                           is Best Description: 
                                           Fundamentalist,       
                                           Evangelical, Charismatic or
                                           Spirit-Filled, Moderate to 
                                           Liberal
                                               92: V3846  
                                         (if Christian) ## Does R Consider
                                           Self Born Again
                                               90: V545
                                               CWP:V545
                                               92: V3847
                  --(if no and Christian or Jewish) ## Is R Officially a Member
                      of Parish, Congregation, Temple, etc. (FOLLOWUP)
                         92: V3848
                  --(if no and Christian or Jewish) ## Does R Participate in
                      Religious Group Outside of Place of Worship
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         92: V3849

        - Strength of R's Church Preference
              60: V258  

        - Where Does R Go to Religious Services:  in the Neighborhood 
           or Elsewhere
            80: I722 

        - Church or Religious Groups: Membership of R (1972: Includes
            'Level of 'Activity')
              52: V215*            72: V387  

        - In Past Week Did R Watch or Listen to Religious TV Programs
            (1992: How Often in the Past Week Did R Watch Religious
             Programs on TV)
              88: V532             92: V3825
              



                  --(if yes) How Many Times (FOLLOWUP)
                         88: V533

        - How Many Days in Last Week Did R Watch Religious Programs on
            TV or Listen to Religious Programs on the Radio, Other
            Than Services of Local Churches
              CWP:V2580

        - Church Preference of R's Spouse  
              60: V255-257  

        - Parents' Church Preference During R's Childhood  
              60: V263-266 

        - Anything About Candidates Mentioned in R's Church 
              60: V254 

        - R's Opinion About the Bible 
              64: V414             68: V215             80: V1176;I643
              84: V1081            86: V507             88: V934;ST531
              90: V516(B),517(A)   CWP:V516(B),517(A)   92: V3824
              CF: V845

        - How Often R Prays  
              72: V932             88: V935             90: V513
              CWP:V513             92: V3822

        - How Often R Reads Bible
              90: V514             CWP:V514             92: V3823

        - Importance of Religion to R 
              80: V1173;I640       84: V1078            86: V546(A) 
              88: V932             90: V511             CWP:V511
              92: V3820            CF: V846

        - How Much Guidance Religion Provides in R's 
            Daily Life 
              80: V1174;I641       84: V1079            86: V547(A) 
              88: V933             90: V512             CWP:V512
              92: V3821            CF: V847

        - Has R Had Born-Again Experience 
              80: V1175;I642       84: V1080 

        - Catholics: How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              56: V254*            58: V212*

        - Catholics:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole
            Is Getting Along    
              56: V255*            58: V213*



        - Jews:  How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              56: V258*            58: V214*            60: V261*

        - Jews:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole Is
            Getting Along
              56: V259*            58: V215*            60: V262*

        - R's Own Church: How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              60: V259*

        - R's Own Church:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a
            Whole Is Getting Along:    
              60: V260*


                                                                      
  Reported Racial Composition of Area                         I.A.15  
  and Interracial Contacts                                            
                                                                      

        - Race Composition of Neighborhood  
              64: V118             68: V89              70: V78*  
              72: V131             76: V3219  

        - Race Composition of Grade School  
              64: V119             68: V90              70: V79* 
              72: V133             76: V3221 

        - Race Composition of Junior High School  
              64: V120             68: V91              70: V80*  

        - Race Composition of High School  
              64: V121             68: V92              70: V81*
              72: V134  

        - Race Composition of Co-Workers  
              64: V122             68: V93              70: V82*  
              72: V136             86: V626,627,RV639,
                                        640,668,669

        - Race Composition of People Where R Shops  
              64: V123             68: V94              70: V83*  
              72: V137  

        - Race Composition of Friends  
              64: V124             68: V95              70: V84*  
              72: V138             76: V3222  

        - Preferred Race Composition for R's Neighborhood 
              72: V132             76: V3220  




                                                                      
  Residential Mobility                                        I.A.16  
                                                                      

        - Length of Residence in U.S., in State  
              52: V153,154  

        - Whether R Feels Settled in Present Location  
              52 V155  

        - How Long Has R Lived in Neighborhood (Years, Months)
              80: I718,719 

        - If R Had the Chance, Would R Move Out of R's Neighborhood or
            Would R Prefer to Stay
              80: I724 

        - Length of Residence in Present Community  
              68: V260             70: V382             72: V419  
              74: V2543            76: V3502            78: V627 
              80: V714;I962        82: V756[C]          84: V702;     
              86: V750             88: V548;ST560,561       CM1125
              90: V681             CWP:V681             92: V4130
              CF: V9001
                   --(1958-84: if not entire life; 1986ff: if less than
                        2 yrs.)  Location of Preceding Community (FOLLOWUP)
                         70: V383             74: V2544,2545
                         80: V715-717;        82: V757-759
                             I963-965         84: V703,704 
                         86: V751,752         88: V549,550
                         90: V682,683         CWP:V682,683
                         92: V4131,4133

        - Length of Residence in Present Home  
              58: 229              60: V185             64: V264  
              66: V233             70: V384             74: V2546  
              76: V3503            78: V628             80: V718;I966 
              82: V760[C]          84: V705;CM1126      86: V753 
              88: V551;ST562,563   90: V684            CWP:V684
              92: V4134            PS: V634             CF: V9002
                   --(1958-84: if not entire life; 1986ff: if less than 2 yrs.)  Location
                        of Preceding Residence (FOLLOWUP)
                         58: V230,231         64: V265  
                         66: V234
                   --(1958-84: if not entire life; 1986ff: if less than 2 yrs.)  Size and
                        Type of Place, Immediately Preceding Residence
                        (FOLLOWUP)
                         58: V232,233  




                   --(1958-84: if not entire life; 1986ff: if less than 2 yrs.)  Present
                        Neighborhood Compared With Preceding
                        Neighborhood in Terms of Age (FOLLOWUP)
                         58: V234             60: V186  
                         64: V266             70: V385  
                         74: V2547            76: V3504  
                   --(1958-84: if not entire life; 1986ff: if less than 2 yrs.) Present
                        Neighborhood Compared With Preceding
                        Neighborhood in Terms of Expense (FOLLOWUP)
                         58: V235             60: V187  
                         64: V267             70: V386  
                         74: V2548            76: V3505  
                   --(1958-84: if not entire life; 1986ff: if less than 2 yrs.)  Present
                        Neighborhood Compared With Preceding
                        Neighborhood in Terms of Distance From Center
                        of City (FOLLOWUP)
                         58: V236             60: V188  
                         64: V268             70: V387  

        - Length of Residence in Present State
              PS: V633*


                                                                      
   Social Class                                               I.A.17  
                                                                      

     For how middle/working class will vote, see Chapter V, Section D.1.b.(1),
          How Others Vote/Will Vote, Groups.


        - Subjective Social Class  
              52: V126             56: V223,224         58: V218,219  
              60: V155             62: V91,92           64: V231  
              66: V218,219         68: V208,209         70: V355,356  
              72: V400-403         74: V2522-2525       76: V3483-3486
              78: V600-603         80: V688-691;I937-940 
              82: V729-732         84: V682-685         86: V735,736 
              88: V522-525         90: V665-668         CWP:V665-668
              92: V4111-4114                   CF: V148,149

               --(if any)  Feeling of Closeness to Others in Own
                     Social Class (FOLLOWUP)
                         60: V156             64: V232  
                         68: V210             70: V357  
                         72: V404             74: V2526  
                         76: V3487            78: V604 
                         80: V692;I941        82: V733 
                         84: V686             88: V526
                         90: V669             CWP:V669
                         92: V4115



                  --(if any)  Degree of Interest in How Others in Own
                     Class Are Getting Along (FOLLOWUP)
                         60: V157             64: V233  

        - Social Class Where Others Would Place R  
              68: V211             70: V358  

        - Social Class of R's Family  
              56: V225             60: V158             64: V234  
              66: V220             68: V212             70: V359  
              72: V405             74: V2527            76: V3488  


                                                                      
  Union Affiliation                                           I.A.18  
                                                                      

     For how union members/leaders will vote, see Chapter V, Section D.1.b.(1),
     How Others  Vote/ Will Vote, Groups.
     For 'Labor and Big Business,' see Chapter III, Section C.6.


        - Whether Anyone in Household Belongs to Labor Union, 
             Who Belongs.  
              52: V139,214         56: V130             58: V205  
              60: V150             64: V228             66: V215  
              68: V201             70: V347,348         72: V378,379,
              74: V2515,2516       76: V3476,3477            398
              78: V595,596         80: V683,684;I932,   82: V722,723 
              84: V676,678;             933             86: V729,731
                  CM1116,1117      88: V517,518;        90: V660,661;
              CWP:V660,661             ST547-550        92: V4101
              PS: V617-622         CF: V127

                  --(if yes)  Which Union Household Member Belongs to
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         56: V131             58: V206  
                         60: V151             64: V229  
                         66: V216             68: V202,204,206
                         70: V349,351,353     72: V380-382  
                         74: V2517-2519       76: V3478-3480  
                         92: V4102
                  --(if yes)  Length of Union Membership (FOLLOWUP)
                         56: V244             58: V207  
                         60: V152             64: V230  
                         66: V217             68: V203,205,207
                         70: V350,352,354  

        - Labor Union Members: How Close R Feels to Others in Own
             Group
              56: V245*            58: V208*            60: V153*  


        - Labor Union Members: How Interested R Is in How Own Group as
            a Whole Is Getting Along 
              56: V246*            58: V209*            60: V154*

        - Own Union:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole
            Is Getting Along  
              56: V247*

        - Labor Unions: Opinion of Own Group's Efforts to Influence
            Congress
              56: V248*

        - Labor Unions:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to Political
            Candidates
              56: V249*








                                 I.B           

                                 Groups






             SEE ALSO:  R's assessment of how groups vote in:  Chapter V,
             Section D.1.b(1), How Others Vote/Will Vote, Groups.
             SEE ALSO:  groups better off by election of (Jimmy Carter/Gerald
             Ford) in Chapter V, Section D.1.c.,
             Perceptions by R About Vote, Outcomes.
             For membership in labor union, see I.A.18, Union Affiliation.
             For ethnic group membership, see I.A.6., Ethnic Background.
             For political party membership, see II.D.2., Party Identification
               of Respondent.
             For financial support to PACs or other political groups or issue
               proponents, see V.A.2.a(4),
             Campaign Involvement, Candidate/Party/Issue Support, Financial,
             Propositions or Special Groups.






                                                                     
  Attitude Toward Own Ethnic, Religious                       I.B.1  
  and Occupational Group(s)                                          
                                                                      


             "Own Group" questions 1956, 1958, 1960 were asked only of
             respondents who were members of the group specified

        - Catholics: How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              56: V254*            58: V212*

        - Catholics:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole
            Is Getting Along    
              56: V255*            58: V213*

        - Catholic Organizations: Opinion of Own Group's Efforts to
            Influence Congress
              56: V256*            60: V267*




        - Catholic Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
            Political Candidates
              56: V257*            60: V268*

        - Farmers: How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              56: V238*

        - Farmers: How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole Is
            Getting Along
              56: V239*

        - Farm Organizations R or Head Belongs to:  How Interested R
            Is in How Own Group as a Whole Is Getting Along   
              56: V241*

        - Farm Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Efforts to
            Influence Congress
              56: V242*

        - Farm Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to Political
          Candidates
              56: V243*

        - Jews:  How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              56: V258*            58: V214*            60: V261*

        - Jews:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole Is
            Getting Along
              56: V259*            58: V215*            60: V262*

        - Jewish Organizations: Opinion of Own Group's Efforts to
            Influence Congress
              56: V260*

        - Jewish Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
            Political Candidates
              56: V261*

        - Labor Union Members: How Close R Feels to Others in Own
             Group
              56: V245*            58: V208*            60: V153*  

        - Labor Union Members: How Interested R Is in How Own Group as
            a Whole Is Getting Along 
              56: V246*            58: V209*            60: V154*

        - Own Union:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole
            Is Getting Along  
              56: V247*





        - Labor Unions: Opinion of Own Group's Efforts to Influence
            Congress
              56: V248*

        - Labor Unions:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to Political
            Candidates
              56: V249*

        - Negroes: How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              56: V250*            58: V216*            60: V159*

        - Negroes:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole Is
            Getting Along  
              56: V251*            58: V217*            60: V160*

        - Negro Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Efforts to
            Influence Congress
              56: V252*

        - Negro Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
            Political Candidates
              56: V253*

        - R's Own Church: How Close R Feels to Others in Own Group
              60: V259*

        - R's Own Church:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a
            Whole Is Getting Along:    
              60: V260*

        - R's Principal Nationality/Ethnic Group, 
             Response Other Than American. 
              64: V257             68: V249,250         70: V369 
              72: V406             74: V2528            76: V3489,3894
              78: V607-610         80: V695-697;        82: V736,737, 
                                       I944-945             739[C]
              84: V689,690         86: V739,740         88: 534-535
              90: V670,671         CWP:V670,671         92: V4116,4117
              CF: V109

                  --(if more than 1) Which Group Does R Feel Closest to
                      (FOLLOWUP)
                         78: V611             80: V698;I946
                         82: V740[C]          84: V692
                         86: V742             88: V537
                         90: V673             CWP:V673
                         92: V4119            CF: V109
                  --(if any)  Feeling Thermometer, R's Principal
                      Nationality (FOLLOWUP)
                         64: V258             68: V251 



                    --(if any) Strength of R's Feeling of Closeness to
                      Ethnic/Nationality Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         76: V3895

        - Does R Belong to Organizations or Take Part in Activities of
            Closest Ethnic Group 
              76: V3896,3897 

        - Does R Read Publications Representing Closest Ethnic Group 
              76: V3898 

        - Perceived Influence of R's Closest Ethnic Group 
              76: V3899 

        - Can R's Closest Ethnic Group Increase Influence 
              76: V3900 

        - Whether Influence of R's Closest Ethnic Group is Increasing
            or Decreasing 
              76: V3901 


                                                                     
  Ethnic Groups and Ethnic Diversity in America               I.B.2  
                                                                     

     SEE ALSO:  Chapter III, Section E., Issues: Minorities, especially III.E.6,
       Perceptions About Blacks/Whites/Hispanics.

     Questions specifically concerning blacks or African-Americans are contained
       in Chapter III, Section E, and are excluded here because of the quantity
       of such material.

     For group thermometers, see I.B.3., Feeling Thermometers--Groups.
     For closeness to groups, see I.B.4.b., Groups R Feels Closest to or Trusts


        - Which is Closer to R's Opinion:  Racial and Ethnic Groups
            Should Maintain Their Distinct Cultures;  OR:  Groups
            Should Change So That They Blend into the Larger Society
              CWP:V2616            92: V3524

                  --(if R has opinion) Does R Feel Strongly or Not Strongly
                      About This
                         CWP:V2617
                  --(if R has opinion) Summary: R's Opinion
                         CWP:V2618

        - Should the Number of Immigrants From Foreign Countries Who
            Are Permitted to Come to the United States to Live be
            Increased, Decreased, or Left the Same as it is Now
              CWP:V2619            92: V6235


        - Should Immigrants to the U.S. be Eligible for Medicaid, Food
            Stamps, and Welfare Immediately, or Only After Being Here
            a Year or More
              92: V6242

        - As Consequences of the Growing Number of Hispanics in the
            U.S., Which of the Following are Likely to Happen:
         . Improve U.S. Culture with New Ideas and Customs
              CWP:V2620            92: V6236 
         . Take Jobs Away From People Already Here
              CWP:V2621            92: V6238
         . Cause Higher Taxes, Due to More Demands for Public Services
              CWP:V2622            92: V6237
         . Cause an Increase in Crime
              CWP:V2623
         . Threaten the Place of English as the Country's Common
            Language
              CWP:V2624

        - What Particular Nationality or Groups of People Was R
            Thinking About When R Had 'Hispanics' in Mind
              CWP:V2625-2627

        - How Likely is it that the Growing Number of Asians (in the
            U.S.) Will Cause the Following:
         . Improve U.S. Culture with New Ideas and Customs
              92: V6239
         . Take Jobs Away From People Already Here
              92: V6241
         . Cause Higher Taxes, Due to More Demands for Public Services
              92: V6240

        - What Percentage of the U.S. Population Would R Say Belongs
            to the Following Groups:
         . Jewish
              CWP:V2629
         . Hispanic
              CWP:V2630

        - Which of the Following Qualities Make a 'True American:'
         . Speaking English
              CWP:V2605            92: V3523
         . Treating People of All Races and Backgrounds Equally
              CWP:V2604            92: V3522

        - Does R Favor or Oppose a Law Making English the Official
            Language of the U.S., Meaning Government and Business
            Would Be Conducted in English Only
              CWP:V2607,2610       92: V6233





                  --(if R has favors or opposes) Does R Favor/Oppose Strongly or
                      Not Strongly
                         CWP:V2608,2609

        - How Should Non-English-Speaking Children Be Taught in the
            U.S.:  All Classes in English From the Start;  Classes in
            Their Native Language for A Year or Two; or Two Sets of
            Classes Through High School in Both Languages
              CWP:V2611            92: V6234

        - On a Seven-Point Scale, How Would R Rate Each of Four
            Groups (Whites, Blacks, Asian Americans, Hispanic
            Americans) on the Following Attributes
         . Hard-Working ..... Lazy
              92: V6221-6224
         . Unintelligent ..... Intelligent
              92: V6225-6228
         . Violent ..... Peaceful
              92: V6229-6232

        - Jews:  How Interested R Is in How Own Group as a Whole Is
            Getting Along
              56: V259*            58: V215*            60: V262*

        - Jewish Organizations: Opinion of Own Group's Efforts to
            Influence Congress
              56: V260*

        - Jewish Organizations:  Opinion of Own Group's Aid to
            Political Candidates
              56: V261*

        - Chicanos/Mexican-Americans, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3576 

        - Jews, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V739             76: V3568  



                                                                     
  Feeling Thermometers--Groups                                I.B.3  
                                                                     
                                                                     
        - American Communist Party, Has R Heard of
              64: V380

                  --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer
                     64: V381

        - Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), Has R Heard of
              64: V368,369  


                  --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V369

        - Anti-abortionists, Feeling Thermometer (1988,1990: Opponents
            of Abortion)
              84: V780             88: V624[&668]       90: V163[&197]
              CWP:V163[&197]

        - Anti-War Protesters
              CWP:V2227

        - Asian-Americans
              CWP:V2235            92: V5339

        - Black Militants, Feeling Thermometer
              70: V255             72: V727             74: V2372  
              76: V3841            80: V880;I688        84: V775 
              86: V155[&182]       CF: V215,241

        - Black Muslims, Has R Heard of
              64: V376

                  --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V377

        - Blacks, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V250             66: V130             68: V240
              70: V249             72: V720             74: V2365
              76: V3832            80: V870;I678        82: V145
              84: V763             86: V149[&176]       88: V613[&657]
              90: V155[&189]       CWP:V155[&189],2232  92: V5323
              CF: V206,232

        - Business Interests/Big Business, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V241             66: V119             68: V224
              72: V707             74: V2356            76: V3821
              80: V859;I667        84: V773             88: V612[&656]
              92: V5322            CF: V209,235

        - Businessmen (and Businesswomen, 1980), Feeling Thermometer 
              76: V3849            80: V887;I695 

        - Catholics, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V240             66: V121             68: V227
              72: V712             76: V3826            84: V774
              88: V611[&655]       92: V5321            CF: V204,230

        - Chicanos/Mexican-Americans, Feeling Thermometer  [SEE ALSO:
                                Hispanics, Cuban-Americans, Puerto Ricans]
              76: V3825            CWP:V2236           CF: V217,243




        - Christian Anti-Communist Crusade, Has R Heard of
              64: V370
                  
                  --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V371

        - Christian Fundamentalists
              88: V629[&673]       92: V5338

        - City and County Officials, Feeling Thermometer
              68: V242  

        - Civil Rights Leaders, Feeling Thermometer
              70: V239             72: V729             74: V2373  
              76: V3843            80: V875;I683        84: V779 
              88: V606[&650]       CF: V216,242

        - College Students, Feeling Thermometer
              68: V229  

        - Congress, Feeling Thermometer
              80: V882;I690        88: V628[&672]       92: V5337

        - Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), Feeling Thermometer
              64: V374,375  70

        - Conservatives, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V251             66: V131             68: V241  
              70: V242             72: V724             74: V2369  
              76: V3838            80: V877;I685        82: V143 
              84: V764             86: V150[&177]       88: V609[&653]
              90: V156[&190]       CWP:V156[&190],2220  92: V5319
              CF: V212,238

        - Cuban-Americans, Feeling Thermometer
              CWP:V2337

        - Democratic Party , Feeling Thermometer
              78: V155             80: V168;I211        82: V138 
              84: V305,758         86: V146[&173]       88: V164[&180]
              90: V151             CWP:V151             92: V3317
              CF: V218,244                                  [&4236] 
             

        - Democrats, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V242             66: V124             68: V230  
              70: V248             72: V719             74: V2364  
              76: V3833            80: V871;I679        82: V146[C] 
              CF: V201,227

        - Easterners, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V248  


        - Elderly, SEE older people

        - Evangelical Groups Active in Politics, Moral Majority,
            Feeling Thermometer
              80: V885;I693        84: V772             88: V614[&658]
              CF: V9003

        - Farmers, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V237             72: V732             74: V2375
              80: V883;I691 

        - Federal Government in Washington, Feeling Thermometer
              80: V868;I676        88: V615[&659]       92: V5325

        - Feminists, Feeling Thermometer
              88: V605[&649]        92: V5317           PS: V116*
 
        - Gays and Lesbians, or Homosexuals, Feeling Thermometer
              84: V778             88: V627[&671]       92: V5335

        - Housewives, Feeling Thermometer
              CWP:V2241

        - Hispanics (1992, Hispanic-Americans), Feeling Thermometer
              80: V863;I671        84: V765             88: V617[&661]
              CWP:V2333            92: V5327            CF: V217,243

        - Illegal Aliens (1992, "Illegal Immigrants"), Feeling
            Thermometer  [See also: immigrants]
              88: V622[&666]       CWP:V2234            92: V5331

        - Immigrants, Feeling Thermometer  [See also: illegal aliens]
              CWP:V2229            92: V5336

        - Intellectuals, Feeling Thermometer 
              72: V711  

        - Jews, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V244            66: V126             68: V232
              72: V716            76: V3842            88: V626[&670]
              92: V5334           CF: V205,231

        - John Birch Society, Has R Heard of
              64: V378             70: V245  

                 --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V379

        - Ku Klux Klan, Has R Heard of
              64: V372

                 --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V373

        - Labor Unions, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V246             66: V127             68: V235
              72: V722             74: V2367            76: V3836
              80: V874;I682        84: V767             86: V151[&178]
              88: V604[&648]       90: V157[&191]       CWP:V157[&191]
              92: V5316            CF: V210,236

        - Lawyers, Feeling Thermometer  
              66: V122             68: V236             92: V5330

        - Liberals, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V238             66: V120             68: V225  
              70: V252             72: V709             74: V2358  
              76: V3823            80: V861;I669        82: V142 
              84: V770             86: V153[&180]       88: V616[&660]
              90: V161[&195]       CWP:V161[&195],2226  92: V5326
              CF: V211,237

        - Men, Feeling Thermometer 
              76: V3847 

        - Middle Class People, Feeling Thermometer  
              72: V734             74: V2376           76: V3848  
              80: V886;I694        84: V766            CF: V219,245

        - The Military, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V243             68: V231            70: V246  
              72: V717             74: V2362           76: V3831  
              80: V869;I677        84: V781            88: V618[&662]
              92: V5328            CF: V213,239

        - Ministers Who Lead Protest Marches, Feeling Thermometer  
              70: V241             72: V733  

        - Moderates, Feeling Thermometer
              CWP:V2224

        - NAACP, Has R Heard of
              64: V366

                 --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V367

        - Newspaper Editors, Feeling Thermometer  
              74: V2378  

        - Older People or The Elderly, Feeling Thermometer  
              74: V2361            76: V3829           80: V865;I673 
              84: V771             88: V619[&663]      CWP:V2244
              CF: V9004


        - Palestinians, Feeling Thermometer
              88: V623[&667]       CWP:V2221

        - People Seeking to Protect Environment or Environmentalists,
            Feeling Thermometer 
              80: V867;I675        88: V620[&664]      90: V160[&194]
              CWP:V160[&194],2230, 92: V5329
                  2242

        - People on Welfare, Feeling Thermometer 
              76: V3834            80: V872;I680       84: V777 
              86: V154[&181]       88: V607[&651]      90: V159[&193]
              CWP:V159[&193]       92: V5318           CF: V220,246

        - People Who Call Themselves Political Independents, Feeling
            Thermometer 
              80: V170;I213        82: V140            84: V307,760 
              CF: V221,247

        - People Who Go to Rock Festivals, Feeling Thermometer  
              70: V244  

        - People Who Live in Cities, Feeling Thermometer  
              72: V735  

        - People Who Live in Suburbs, Feeling Thermometer  
              72: V730  

        - People Who Oppose the Use of Nuclear Weapons
              CWP:V2243

        - People Who Riot in Cities, Feeling Thermometer  
              70: V243             72: V728  

        - People Who Use Marijuana, Feeling Thermometer  
              70: V251             72: V726            74: V2371  
              76: V3840 

        - People Working for the Federal Government, Feeling
            Thermometer 
              80: V879;I687 

        - Policemen (1992, Police), Feeling Thermometer  
              66: V125             68: V228             70: V240  
              72: V714             74: V2360            76: V3828  
              92: V5340            CF: V214,240

        - Political Parties, in General, Feeling Thermometer 
              80: V171;I214        82: V141             84: V308,761 
              86: V148[&175]       90: V153[&187]       CWP:V153[&187]
              CF: V222,248



        - Politicians, Feeling Thermometer  
              74: V2374  

        - Poor People, Feeling Thermometer  
              72: V708             74: V2357            76: V3822  
              80 V860;I668         84: V768             86: V156[&183]
              88: V610[&654]       90: V162[&196]       CWP:V162[&196]
              92: V5320            CF: V223,249

        - Protestants, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V249             66: V123             68: V239
              72: V715             76: V3844            CF: V203,229

        - Puerto Ricans, Feeling Thermometer
              CWP:V2238

        - Radical Students, Feeling Thermometer  
              70: V253             72: V713             74: V2359  
              76: V3827            80: V864;I672 

        - Republican Party, Feeling Thermometer 
              78: V156             80: V169;I212        82: V139 
              84: V306,759         86: V147[&174]       88: V165[&181]
              90: V152             CWP: V152            92: V3318
              CF: V224,250                                  [&4237

        - Republicans, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V247             66: V129             68: V237  
              70: V250             72: V721             74: V2366  
              76: V3835            80: V873;I681        82: V147[C] 
              CF: V202,228

        - School Teachers, Feeling Thermometer  
              68: V238  

        - Southerners, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V239             68: V226             72: V710  
              76: V3824            80: V862;I670        92: V5332
              CF: V208,234

        - Supporters of Abortion
              90: V154[&188]       CWP:V154[&188]

        - Supreme Court (1984, U.S. Supreme Court), Feeling
            Thermometer 
              80: V866;I674        84: V776             88: V621[&665]
              CF: V9005

        - TV Commentators, Feeling Thermometer  
              74: V2377  




        - Vietnam War Protesters, Feeling Thermometer  
              68: V234  

        - Whites, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V245             66: V128             68: V233  
              70: V247             72: V718             74: V2363  
              76: V3846            80: V884;I692        82: V144 
              84: V769             88: V625[&669]       CWP:V2231
              92: V5333            CF: V207,233

        - Women, Feeling Thermometer 
            76: V3830              84: V762             88: V608[&652]
            CF: V9006

        - Women's Liberation Movement (1986,1990,1992: Women's    
            Movement), Feeling Thermometer 
              70: V254             72: V725             74: V2370  
              76: V3839            80: V878;I686        84: V782 
              86: V152[&179]       90: V158[&192]       CWP:V158
              92: V5324            CF: V225,251             [&192],
                                                             2239,
                                                             2240

        - Workingmen (and Workingwomen, 1980), Feeling Thermometer  
              72: V731             76: V3845            80: V881;I689 

        - Young People, Feeling Thermometer  
              72: V723             74: V2368            76: V3837  
              80: V876;I684        CF: V226,252


                                                                     
  Group Identification and Influence                          I.B.4  
                                                                     

            ACTIVITY OF GROUPS' R FEELS CLOSEST TO          I.B.4.a

        - Ethnic or Other Group R Feels Closest to [see Chapter I,
            Section B.4.b, a list of groups from which R chooses 'closest'
            group]
              72: V826             76: V3867            80: V1168;I715
              84: V1102            88: V1113            92: V6218

                  --(if any)  Does R Belong to Organizations or Take
                      Part in Activities of Closest Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V827,828         76: V3868,3869 
                         80: V1169;I716       84: V1103 
                         88: V1114            92: V6219,6220
                  --(if any)  Which Presidential Candidate Does R
                      Think Would Do Most for This Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         80: V1170;I717 
                  --(if any)  Does R Read Publications Representing
                      Closest Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V829,830         76: V3870 
                  --(if any)  Perceived Amount of Influence of Closest
                      Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V831             76: V3871 
                             ---(if not a great deal)  Can Closest Group
                                 Increase Its Influence
                                     72: V832
                                     76: V3872 
                                         (if yes)  
                                         What Things Can Group Do to
                                         Increase Influence
                                            72: V833
                                            76: V3873-3875 
                                         (if yes)  
                                         By Individual or Group Effort
                                            72: V834  
                                         (if yes)  
                                         Is Group Influence Result of
                                         Individual or Group Effort
                                            72: V837
                                         (if no)  
                                         Reasons Group Cannot
                                         Increase Influence 
                                            72: V835
                                            76: V3876-3878 
                             ---(if a great deal)  Reasons for Influence
                                     72: V836 

                  --(if any) Whether Group's Influence Increasing or
                      Decreasing  (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V838             76: V3879 
                             ---(if increasing)  Reasons; (if decreasing)
                                  Reasons
                                     72: V839,840  

        - Has R Participated in Any of Following Activities (As an
            Individual or Member of Group) to Further Interests of
            R's Closest Group
             .Members Vote as Bloc; Support Candidate 
             .Register Other Members; Get Members to Polls 
             .Attend Public Meeting or Demonstration 
             .Get Group to Work with Other Groups 
             .Move to Community That Better Reflects 
                Group's Interests 
             .Work on Projects That Express Group Values 
              76: V3882-3893

        - Should Members of R's Closest Group Work Individually or
            Collectively to Increase Group Influence (7 pt. scale),
            R's Position 
              72: V841             76: V3880 


        - Should Members of R's Closest Group Work Individually or
            Collectively to Increase Group Influence (7 pt. scale),
            Position of Most Group Members 
              72: V842 

        - Should Members of R's Closest Group Work Individually or
            Collectively to Improve Group's Economic Position (7 pt.
            scale), R's Position 
              76: V3881 

        - Would R Rather Have Discussed Activity, Influence of Group
            Other Than R's Closest Group
              76: V3902 

                    --(if yes)  Which Group (FOLLOWUP)
                      76: V3903 



                                                                   
                GROUPS R FEELS CLOSEST TO OR TRUSTS        I.B.4.b 
                                                                   
                                      
               SEE ALSO:  groups R identifies with in economic terms in
               Chapter III, Section C.1.c.


        - Asian-Americans
              92: V6202

        - Big Business, Whether R Feels Close to  
              80: V1149;I696 

        - Blacks, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V819             76: V3859            80: V1156;I703
              84: V1087            88: V1100            92: V6205

        - Businessmen [1980,1984: and Businesswomen] or Business
           People, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V810             76: V3850            80: V1166;I713
              84: V1092            88: V1104            92: V6209

        - Catholics, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V814             76: V3854  

        - Chicanos/Mexican-Americans, SEE Hispanics

        - Christian Fundamentalists, Whether R Feels Close to
              88: V1103

        - Conservatives, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V820             76: V3860            80: V1159;I706
              84: V1094            88: V1106            92: V6211


        - Elderly: SEE older people 

        - Evangelical Groups Active in Politics, Whether R Feels Close
           to
              80: V1164;I711       84: V1099            88: V1110

        - Farmers, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V824             76: V3864            80: V1162;I709
              84: V1097 

        - Feminists, Whether R Feels Close to
              84: V1089            88: V1102            92: V6207

        - Hispanics (1992: Hispanic-Americans), Whether R Feels Close
            to
              80: V1153;I700       84: V1085            92: V6212

        - Jews, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V816             76: V3856  

        - Labor Unions, Whether R Feels Close to
              80: V1157;I704       84: V1088            88: V1101
              92: V6206

        - Liberals, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V81              76: V3851            80: V1151;I698
              84: V1083            88: V1098            92: V6203

        - Men, Whether R Feels Close to
              84: V1090 

        - Middle Class People, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V822             76: V3862            80: V1165;I712
              84: V1100            88: V1111            92: V6216

        - Older People or The Elderly, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V825             76: V3865            80: V1154;I701
              84: V1086            88: V1099            92: V6204

        - People Seeking to Protect the Environment or
           Environmentalists, Whether R Feels Close to
              80: V1155;I702       84: V1091 

        - Poor People, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V813             76: V3853            80: V1150;I697
              84: V1082            88: V1097            92: V6201

        - Protestants, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V815             76: V3855  

        - Southerners, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V812             76: V3852            80: V1152;I699
              84: V1084            92: V6208

        - Whites, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V818             76: V3858            80: V1163;I710
              84: V1098            88: V1109            92: V6215

        - Women, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V821             76: V3861            80: V1160;I707
              84: V1095            88: V1107            92: V7213

        - Women's movement, SEE feminists

        - Workingmen [1980,1984: and Workingwomen; 1992: Working Class
            People] or Working People,
           Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V823             76: V3863            80: V1161;I708
              84: V1096            88: V1108            92: V6214

        - Young People, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V817             76: V3857            80: V1158;I705
              84: V1093            88: V1105            92: V6210

        - Group R Feels Closest to 
              72: V826             76: V3867            80: V1168;I715
              84: V1102            88: V1113

        - Group(s) That R Trusts/Distrusts to Recommend Candidates
                 . Blacks                  . Jews
                 . Big Business            . Labor Unions
                 . Catholics               . Protestants
                 . College Groups          . Veterans
                 . Farmers
              56: V262-270         60:  V161-171



                                                            
                 INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS GROUPS        I.B.4.c 
                                                            

       - Does R Think the Supreme Court in its Decisions Favors Any
           Particular Group or Groups in This Country
            66: V150  

                --(if yes) Which Group(s) Favored (FOLLOWUP)
                     66: V151  

        - Average Citizen, R's Opinion of Influence of
              74: V2395  



        - Big Business, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V744             74: V2383            76: V3573 

        - Black Militants, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3588 

        - Blacks, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V745             74: V2384            76: V3570 

        - Businessmen, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3589 

        - Catholics, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V747             76: V3572  

        - Chicanos/Mexican-Americans, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3576 

        - Conservatives, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3587 

        - Democrats, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V756             74: V2394            76: V3585 

        - The elderly, SEE older people

        - Farmers, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V754             74: V2392  

        - Hispanics, SEE Chicanos/Mexican-Americans

        - Intellectuals, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V748  

        - Jews, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V739             76: V3568  

        - Labor Unions, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V737             74: V2379            76: V3566 

        - Liberals, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V746             74: V2385            76: V3575 

        - Men, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3583 

        - Middle Class People, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V757             76: V3586  

        - The Military, R's Opinion of Influence of
              74: V2386  

        - Newspaper Editors, R's Opinion of Influence of
              74: V2387  

        - Older People, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V755             74: V2393            76: V3584 

        - People on Welfare, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V753             74: V2391            76: V3582 

        - Policemen, R's Opinion of Influence of
              74: V2381  

        - Politicians, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V743             74: V2382  

        - Poor People, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V738             74: V2380            76: V3567 

        - Protestants, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3580 

        - Protesters, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V741  

        - Republicans, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V752             74: V2390            76: V3581 

        - Southerners, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V740             76: V3569  

        - T.V. Commentators, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V751  

        - Whites, R's Opinion of Influence of
              76: V3577 

        - Women, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V750             74: V2389            76: V3579 

        - Women's Liberation Movement, R's Opinion of Influence of
               76: V3574 

        - Workingmen, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V742             76: V3571  

        - Young People, R's Opinion of Influence of
              72: V749             74: V2388            76: V3578 

        - Government Should See That Business Corporations Don't Have
            Much to Say About How Government Is Run:  Agree/Disagree
              56: V47  



                    --Opinion of Existing Government Action (FOLLOWUP)
                         56: V48  
                             ---(if has opinion and knows what govt is doing)
                                Party Closer to R's View
                                     56: V49  

        - Government Should See That Labor Unions Don't Have Much Say
            About How Government Is Run:  Agree/Disagree
              56: V62              60: V237  

                    --Opinion of Existing Government Action (FOLLOWUP)
                         56: V63  
                             ---(if has opinion and knows what govt is doing)
                                 Party Closer to R's View
                                    56: V64

        - Does R Think Parent or Community Groups Can Do Anything to
           Improve the Quality of Schools in R's Area [asked of Rs with
           child/children of school age]
              72: V1026  



                                                                     
                          OCCUPATIONS R RESPECTS MOST        I.B.4.d 
                                                                     

        - Occupations R Respects Most
              66: V135             70: V228*



                                                                            
                          PERCEIVED AGREEMENT BETWEEN GROUPS        I.B.4.e 
                                                                            

        - Big Business and Republicans: Perceived Agreement 7-pt.
           Scale
              72: V649  

        - Blacks and Whites: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V651  

        - Catholics and Protestants:  Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale;
              72: V639  

        - Democrats and Republicans: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V637  

        - Farmers and People Who Live in Cities: Perceived Agreement
           7-pt. Scale
              72: V643  




        - Intellectuals and Workingmen: Perceived Agreement 7-pt.
           Scale
              72: V638  

        - Labor Unions and Democrats: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V644  

        - Liberals and Conservatives: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V642  

        - Men and Women: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V647  

        - People on Welfare and Taxpayers: Perceived Agreement 7-pt.
           Scale
              72: V648  

        - Southerners and Northerners: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V640  

        - Workingmen and Democrats: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V646  

        - Workingmen and Labor Unions: Perceived Agreement 7-pt. Scale
              72: V641  

        - Workingmen and Middle Class People: Perceived Agreement
           7-pt. Scale
              72: V650  

        - Young People and Middle-Aged People: Perceived Agreement
           7-pt. Scale
              72: V645  



                                                                     
  Membership in Organizations                                 I.B.5  
                                                                     
                                                                     
        - Number of Groups to Which R Belongs  
              52: V208-210*        64: V384  

        - Number of Groups in Which R Is Active  
              52: V211-213*  

        - Athletic Clubs or Teams: Membership of R (1972: Includes
           'Level of Activity')
              52: V218*            72: V390  

        - Business Groups: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level of
            'Activity')
              52: V214*            72: V384  

        - Charity or Social Welfare Organizations: Membership of R
            (1972: Includes 'Level of 'Activity') 
              52: V215*            72: V393  

        - Church or Religious Groups: Membership of R (1972: Includes
            'Level of 'Activity')
              52: V215*            72: V387  

        - Civic Groups: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level of
           'Activity')
              52: V214*            72: V395  

        - Cooperatives: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level of
           'Activity')
              72: V391  

        - Ethnic, Racial or Nationality Organizations: Membership of R
           (Includes 'Level of Activity')
              72: V397  

        - Farm Organizations: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level
           of 'Activity')
              56: V240             72: V386  

                    --(if yes)  Which Farm Organizations (FOLLOWUP)
                          56: V240  

        - Fraternal Lodges: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level of
           'Activity')
              52: V216*            72: V383  

        - Labor Unions: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level of
           'Activity')
              52: V214*            72: V398  

        - Nationality Groups: Membership of R
              52: V217*  

        - Neighborhood Associations: Membership of R (1972: Includes
           'Level of 'Activity')
              52: V217*            72: V388  

        - Other Organizations: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level
           of 'Activity')
              52: V218*            72: V399  

        - Parent-Teacher Organizations: Membership of R
              52: V215*  

        - Political Clubs or Organizations: Membership of R (1972:
           Includes 'Level of 'Activity')
            52: V207             56: V219             60: V219  
            62: V53              64: V316             68: V400  
            70: V172             72: V392             78: V463 
            80: V798;I54         82: V477[C] 

        - Professional Groups: Membership of R (1972: Includes 'Level
           of 'Activity) in Professional Groups  
              52: V214*            72: V385  

        - Social or Card-Playing Groups: Membership of R (Includes
           'Level of 'Activity')
              72: V389  

        - Special Interest Groups or Lobbies: Membership of R
           (Includes 'Level of 'Activity')
              72: V396  

        - Veterans' Organizations: Membership of R (1972: Includes
           'Level of 'Activity')
              52: V216*            72: V394  

        - Women's Clubs: Membership of R
              52: V216*  

        - Does R Belong to Any Parent or Community Groups to Improve
           the Quality of Schools in R's Area [asked of Rs with child/children
           of school age]
              72: V1027  

        - In the Last 6 Months, Has R Worked with Others or Joined an
           Organization in R's Community Trying to Do Something About
           Some Community Problem
              CWP:V2845

        - In the Last 6 Months (1992: 12 Months), Has R Worked with
           Others or Joined an Organization Trying to Do Something
           About Some National Problem
              84: V842             92: V6144

        - In the Last 2-3 Years, Has R Done Any of the Following
           Activities Related to National Politics and the Government
           in Washington [list shown to R]:
         . Worked With Others or Joined an Organization Trying to do
            Something About Some National Problem
              76: V3047

                --(if yes) Was Working with Others or Joining an
                   Organization Generally Successful or Not Successful
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3054


                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3055

       - In the Last 2-3 Years, Has R Done Any of the Following
           Activities in R's Local Community [list shown to R]:
        . Worked With Others or Joined an Organization in R's
           Community to Do Something About Some Community Problem
              76: V3067
                --(if yes) Was Working with Others or Joining an
                   Organization Generally Successful or Not Successful
                   (FOLLOWUP)
                     76: V3076
                         ---(if not successful) Even if it Was Not Successful,
                             Was it Worth Doing
                                76: V3077

        - Which of the Following Groups Does R Belong To. 
           .American Communist Party
           .Americans for Democratic Action 
           .Black Muslims 
           .Christian Anti-Communist Crusade 
           .Congress of Racial Equality 
           .John Birch Society 
           .Ku Klux Klan 
           .National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
              64: V385

        - Has R Ever Belonged to Any of These Groups. 
           .American Communist Party
           .Americans for Democratic Action 
           .Black Muslims 
           .Christian Anti-Communist Crusade 
           .Congress of Racial Equality 
           .John Birch Society 
           .Ku Klux Klan 
           .National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
              64: V386

                    --(if yes)  Which Ones (FOLLOWUP)
                       64: V387
                    --(if yes)  When Did R Belong: Year of Termination;
                        When Did R Belong: Number of Years Belonged    
                        (FOLLOWUP)
                       64: V388-389  

        - Group R Feels Closest to 
              72: V826             76: V3867            80: V1168;I715
              84: V1102            88: V1113            92: V6218




                    --(if any)  Does R Belong to Organizations or Take
                       Part in Activities of Closest Group (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V827,828         76: V3868,3869 
                         80: V1169;I716       84: V1103 
                         88: V1114            92: V6219,6220










                               I.C           

                            Quality of Life/
                                Personal






                                                                     
  Efforts to Change Life                                      I.C.1  
                                                                      

        - How R Feels About Changing Present Life  
              72: V769*  

        - Whether R Ever Tried to Change Life  
              72: V999  

                    --(if yes)  What R Did to Try to Change (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1000-1002  
                    --(if yes)  Whether R Accomplished Change (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1003-1004  
                        ---(if no)  Reasons R Unable to Complete Change
                                72: V1005-1010  

        - Whether R Ever Thought of Changing Life  
              72: V1011  

                    --(if yes)  What R Thought of Doing to Change Life  
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1012-1014  
                    --(if yes)  How Long Ago R Thought of Trying to
                        Change Life (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1015,1016  
                    --(if yes)  Reasons R Was Unable to Undertake Change
                       (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1017-1022  



                                                                     
  Perceived Quality of Life                                   I.C.2  
                                                                      
                                                                      

                                                          
                COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD        I.C.2.a 
                                                          

        - How R Feels About Community As a Place to Live  
              72: V772*  

        - How R Feels About Goods and Services R Can Buy in Area  
              72: V790*  

        - How R Feels About Nearby Places Used for Recreation and  
            Sports  
              72: V796*  

        - How R Feels About Security from Theft and Property  
            Destruction  
              72: V788*  

        - If R Had the Chance, Would R Move Out of R's Neighborhood or
            Would R Prefer to Say Here 
              80: I724 

        - Where Does R Do Most of R's Household Shopping:  in the
            Neighborhood or Elsewhere
              80: I720 

        - Where Does R Work: in the Neighborhood or Elsewhere [asked of Rs
                                 working now or temporarily laid off]
              80: I721 

        - Where Does R Spend Most Leisure Time for Rest and
            Relaxation: in the Neighborhood or Elsewhere
              80: I723 


                                                        
                                DWELLING        I.C.2.b 
                                                        

        - How R Feels About House/Apartment  
              72: V770*,911* 

        - How R Feels About Dwelling in Terms of: Own Needs  
              72: V912*  

        - How R Feels About Dwelling in Terms of:  What Is Appropriate
            and Fair  
              72: V913*  


        - How R Feels About Dwelling in Terms of:  Money, Time and
            Energy Expended  
              72: V914*  

        - How R Feels About Dwelling in Terms of:  What It Would Take
            to Move  
              72: V915*  

        - How R Feels About Dwelling in Terms of:  R's Age and
            Position in Life  
              72: V917*  

        - How R Thinks Most People Would Feel About R's Dwelling  
              72: V916*  

                                                                       
     
                                                          
                                GOVERNMENT        I.C.2.c 
                                                          

     SEE ALSO:  Chapter IV, Mass Support of the Political System.

        - How R Feels About Activities of National Government  
              72: V799*,925*-931*  

        - How R Feels About Behavior of Political Leaders  
              72: V805*  

        - How R Feels About Local Government  
              72: V807*  

        - How R Feels About Government's Economic Policy  
              72: V780*  

       
                                                                             
                                INCOME AND STANDARD OF LIVING        I.C.2.d 
                                                                             

     SEE ALSO:  Chapter III, Section C.1.b, R's Personal Financial Situation,


        - How R Feels About Family Income  
              72: V803*            74: V2403  

        - How R Feels About Family Agreement on Spending Family Income
              72: V804*  

        - How R Feels About Own Standard of Living  
              72: V786*            74: V2404  

        - How R Feels About Cost of Necessities  
              72: V798*  


        - How Likely Will it Be that R's Standard of Living in the
            Years to Come Will be Good Enough to Purchase the Things R
            Would Like to Own
              72: V537*


                                                                           
                      LIFE AS A WHOLE AND GENERAL HAPPINESS        I.C.2.e 
                                                                           

        - How Satisfying Is Way R Spends Life  
              68: V499             70: V163             72: V569*,282 
              76: V3740 

        - How R Feels About Own Life As a Whole  
              72: V771*,809*,906*  

        - How R Feels About Own Life (Closed)  
              72: V909*  

        - How R Thinks of Own Life  
              72: V910*  

        - How Satisfied R Is with Own Life As a Whole  
              72: V1028  

        - Feeling Thermometer, R's Own Life  
              72: V736*  

        - How R Feels About Good Parts of Own Life  
              72: V907*  

        - How R Feels About Things That Annoy and Worry R  
              72: V908*  

        - How Much R Worries  
              72: V1023  

        - How Happy R Is  
              72: V768*  

        - How R Feels About Own Happiness  
              72: V794*  

        - How Often Recently R Has Felt Depressed  
              72: V765*  

        - How Often Recently R Has Felt on Top of the World  
              72: V764*  

        - How Often Recently R Has Felt Things Were Going R's Way  
              72: V766*  

       
                                                                            
                      RELATIONS WITH OTHERS, SOCIAL CONTACTS        I.C.2.f 
                                                                            

        - How R Feels About Own Family Life  
              72: V806*  

        - How R Feels About Family Activities  
              72: V776*  

        - How R Feels About Own Friends  
              72: V784*  

        - How R Feels About the Way Young People Are Acting  
              72: V774*  

        - How R Feels About Respect Others Have for R's Rights  
              72: V781*  

        - How R Feels About How Much Others Admire R  
              72: V777*  

        - How R Feels About Reliability of People R Depends On  
              72: V782*  

        - How Often Recently R Felt Lonely  
              72: V761*  

        - How Often Recently R Felt Proud Because of a Compliment  
              72: V760*  

        - How Often Recently R Felt Upset Because of Criticism  
              72: V767*  

        - Does R Have Neighbors That R Knows and Talks to Regularly
              CWP:V2836            92: V6141

                    --(if yes) How Many
                         CWP:V2837            92: V6142

        - How Often Does R Spend Social Evenings With Friends
              CWP:V2838

        - How Often Does R Spend Social Evenings With Relatives
              CWP:V2839

        - Are There People in R's Neighborhood with Whom R or R's
            Family Gets Together: People with Whom R/Family Visits,
            Goes to the Movies/Ball Games or Talks
              80: I726




                --(if yes) First Names of Persons [3 mentions] (FOLLOWUP)
                     80: I727
                         ---(if R gives names) How Long Has R Known Person #1
                             (Years, Months) 
                                80: I728,729
                         ---(if R gives names) Is Person #1 a Very Close
                             Personal Friend, a Good Friend, or More
                             of an Acquaintance
                                80: I730
                         ---(if R gives names) How Often Does R Get Together
                             With Person #1 [list shown to R]
                                80: I731
                         ---(if R gives names) Does R Ever Talk Politics With 
                             Person #1
                                80: I740
                                    (if yes) Does R Generally Agree About
                                     Politics or Disagree With Person
                                     #1
                                           80: I741
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Can Tell, Does
                             Person #1 Consider Him/Herself a
                             Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or
                             What
                                80: I742
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Knows, Does
                             Person #1 Plan to Vote for Reagan, Carter
                             or Anderson
                                80: I743
                         ---(if R gives names) How Long Has R Known Person #2
                             (Years, Months) 
                                80: I732,733
                         ---(if R gives names) Is Person #2 a Very Close
                             Personal Friend, a Good Friend, or More
                             of an Acquaintance
                                80: I734
                         ---(if R gives names) How Often Does R Get Together
                             With Person #2 [list shown to R]
                                80: I735
                         ---(if R gives names) Does R Ever Talk Politics With 
                             Person #2
                                80: I744
                                    (if yes) Does R Generally Agree About
                                     Politics or Disagree With Person
                                     #2
                                           80: I745
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Can Tell, Does
                             Person #2 Consider Him/Herself a
                             Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or
                             What
                                80: I746



                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Knows, Does
                             Person #2 Plan to Vote for Reagan, Carter
                             or Anderson
                                80: I747
                         ---(if R gives names) How Long Has R Known Person #3
                             (Years, Months) 
                                80: I736,737
                         ---(if R gives names) Is Person #3 a Very Close
                             Personal Friend, a Good Friend, or More
                             of an Acquaintance
                                80: I738
                         ---(if R gives names) How Often Does R Get Together
                             With Person #3 [list shown to R]
                                80: I739
                         ---(if R gives names) Does R Ever Talk Politics With 
                             Person #3
                                80: I748
                                    (if yes) Does R Generally Agree About
                                     Politics or Disagree With Person
                                     #3
                                           80: I749
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Can Tell, Does
                             Person #3 Consider Him/Herself a
                             Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or
                             What
                                80: I750
                         ---(if R gives names) As Far as R Knows, Does
                             Person #3 Plan to Vote for Reagan, Carter
                             or Anderson
                                80: I751



                                                                
                                            SELF        I.C.2.g 
                                                                

        - How R Feels About Self-Accomplishments and Handling  
            Problems  
              72: V797*  

        - How Often Recently R Felt Pleased At Accomplishing Something
              72: V762*  

        - How R Feels About Own Accomplishments  
              72: V918*  

        - How R Feels About Own Accomplishments in Terms of:  R's Own
            Needs  
              72: V919*  

        - How R Feels About Own Accomplishments in Terms of:  What Is
            Appropriate and Fair  
              72: V920*  

        - How R Feels About Own Accomplishments in Terms of:  Money,
            Time and Energy Expended  
              72: V921*  

        - How R Feels About Own Accomplishments in Terms of:  What It
            Would Take to Change  
              72: V922*  

        - How R Feels About Own Accomplishments in Terms of:  R's Age
            and Position in Life  
              72: V924*  

        - How R Thinks Most People Would Feel About R's
            Accomplishments  
              72: V923*  

        - How R Feels About Own Creativity  
              72: V801*  

        - How Often Recently R Has Felt Excited or Interested in  
            Something  
              72: V758*  

        - How Often Recently R Has Felt Restless  
              72: V759*  

        - How Often Recently R Has Felt Bored  
              72: V763*  

        - How R Feels About Sleep R Gets  
              72: V792*  

        - How R Feels About Health and Physical Condition  
              72: V775*  

        - How R Feels About Own Sex Life  
              72: V787*  

       
                                                                      
                                                VALUES        I.C.2.h 
                                                                      

        - How R Feels About Opportunity to Change Things R Dislikes  
              72: V785*  

        - How R Feels About Amount of Time R Has to Do What R Wants  
              72: V795*  



        - How R Feels About Own Amount of Privacy  
              72: V789*  

        - How R Feels About Fun R Has  
              72: V790*  

        - How R Feels About Own Chances for Relaxation  
              72: V802*  

        - How R Feels About Own Chance to Enjoy Beautiful Things  
              72: V808*  

        - How R Feels About Standards and Values of Today's Society  
              72: V793*  

        - How R Feels About Own Non-Working Activities  
              72: V778*  


                                                          
                              WORKING LIFE        I.C.2.i 
                                                          

   SEE ALSO: Chapter I, Section A.5.e, Employment Status and Occupation,
   Respondent.


                                                            
                  Job Opportunity and Experience I.C.2.i(1) 
                                                            

        - How R Feels About Chance of Getting Good Job If Want 
              72: V791*  

        - Whether Job is Appropriate for R's Qualifications 
              80: V464;I800 

        - R's Satisfaction with Hours R Works
              80: V466;I802        82: V566             84: V472
              86: V629             88: V441             90: V578
              CWP:V578             92: V3928

        - Whether Thinking About Getting New Job (Working Rs)   
              72: V972*

                    --(if yes)  R Doing Anything About a New Job (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V973*

        - Could R Change Conditions on Job If Job Were Unsatisfactory
            [asked of Rs working for someone else]
              72: V975*


        - R's Chance of Finding (Another) Good Job, Reasons [asked of Rs
             working for someone else, unemployed, students]  
              72: V976,977*

        - Whether Education Ever Limited Getting Job or Promotion  
            (Rs Working or Ever Worked for Pay)                     
              72: V987*

        - Whether Race, Nationality, or Religion Ever Affected Job
            Opportunity  
              72: V988*


                                                   
                       Job Satisfaction I.C.2.i(2) 
                                                   

        - How R Feels About Own Job  
              72: V779*  

        - How R Feels About R's Housework  
              72: V773*  


                                                                   
                       R's Job Ability and Compensation I.C.2.i(3) 
                                                                   

        - R's Perceived Ability Relative to Others Doing Same Work  
              72: V978*

        - Fairness of What R Earns Relative to Others Doing Same Work 
              72: V980*            74: V2520            76: V3481  

        - Head's Rate of Pay Compared to Rate for Same Work in  
            Other Geographic Areas  
              62: V69  

        - Fairness of Earnings in R's Occupation Relative to Other  
            Occupations  
              72: V981*            74: V2521            76: V3482  

        - Factor with Most Influence on R's Earnings During Next  
            Five Years  
              72: V982* 

        - Factor Having Next Most Influence  
              72: V983*  







                                                                     
  Personality Profile                                         I.C.3  
                                                                      

                                                                             
                                                               
                       AUTHORITARIAN TENDENCIES        I.C.3.a 
                                                               

        - Human Nature Being What It Is, There Must Be War  
              52: V219*            56: V279*  

        - What Young People Need Most Is Strict Parental Discipline
              52: V220*            56: V281*            72: V252  

        - A Few Strong Leaders Could Make Country Better Than All  
            the Laws and Talk  
              52: V221*  

        - Most People Who Don't Get Ahead Lack Willpower  
              52: V222*            56: V282*  

        - Women Should Stay Out of Politics  
              52: V223*            72: V251             CF: V836

        - An Insult to Honor Should Not Be Forgotten  
              52: V224*  

        - Today People Talk Too Much, Work Too Little  
              52: V226*  

        - Sex Criminals Deserve More Than Prison, Should Be  
            Publicly Whipped  
              52: V227*            56: V284* 

        - Only Natural and Right That Women Have Less Freedom Than  
            Men  
              52: V228*  

        - Artist and Professor More Important to Society Than  
            Businessman and Manufacturer  
              56: V277*  

        - Science May Someday Show Deeply Held Beliefs Wrong  
              56: V278*            72: V939  

        - People Should Pay Attention to New Ideas Even If They  
            Seem Against American Way of Life  
              56: V280*            72: V940  

        - Unlikely Astrology Will Ever Explain Anything  
              56: V283*  

        - Urge to Jump from High Places Due to Experiences, Not  
            Inborn  
              56: V285*  

        - Bosses Should Say Just What Is to Be Done  
              56: V286*  

        - In Many Respects Equality Has Gone Too Far in This  
            Country  
              72: V697*,942*  

        - All But the Old and Handicapped Should Take Care of  
            Themselves  
              72: V696*,941*  

        - The U.S. Should Remain the World's Most Powerful Nation
            Even If It Means Risking War (1992: ...Even if it Means
            Continuing High Defense Spending)
              88: V972[&999,1081]  92: V3603



                                                                    
                       CONTROL AND DIRECTION OF LIFE        I.C.3.b 
                                                                    

        - Misfortunes Are Due to Bad Luck/ OR Due to People's Mistakes
              72: V63*  

        - We Have Wars Because People Don't Take Enough Interest/ OR 
            War is Inevitable  
              72: V64*  

        - People Get Respect They Deserve/ OR The Individual's Worth
            Often  Passes Unnoticed  
              72: V65*  

        - To Be Effective Leader, Need Breaks/ OR Skills  
              72: V66*  

        - Some People Just Don't Like You/ OR Some People Don't  
            Understand How to Get Along  
              72: V67*  

        - Heredity/ OR Experience Determines Personality  
              72: V68*  

        - What Is Going to Happen Will Happen/ OR  It Is Better to
            Take Action
              72: V69*  

        - Success Is Due to Hard Work/ OR Luck  
              72: V70*  

        - Average Citizen Can Influence Government/ OR World Is Run by
            Few in Power  
              72: V71*  

        - A Person Can Make Plans Work/ OR Many Things Due to Luck
              72: V72*  

        - Getting What R Wants Has Little to Do with Luck/ OR Might  
            as Well Flip Coin  
              72: V73*  

        - Skill and Ability/ OR Luck Determine Who Is Boss  
              72: V74*  

        - People Are Victims of Uncontrolled Forces/ OR People Can
            Control World Events  
              72: V75*  

        - Racial Discrimination Is Here to Stay/ OR American  
            Society Can Rid Itself of Discrimination  
              72: V76*,854  

        - Lives Are Controlled by Accidental Happenings/ OR No Such
            Thing as Luck  
              72: V77*  

        - It's Hard to Know Whether A Person Likes You/ OR Friends
            Depend on How Nice You Are  
              72: V78*  

        - Bad Things Are Balanced by Good/ OR Misfortunes Result
            from Lack of Ability or Laziness  
              72: V79*  

        - With Effort We Can Wipe out Political Corruption/ OR
            It is Difficult for People to Control Politicians in
            Office  
              72: V80*  

        - A Person Has Little Influence Over What Happens to R/ OR
            It Is Impossible to Believe Chance Is Important  
              72: V81*  

        - People Are Lonely Because They Are Unfriendly/ OR There is 
            Not Much Use Trying to Please Others
              72: V82*  

        - What Happens Is One's Own Doing/ OR One Doesn't Have Enough
            Control Over the Direction Life Takes  
              72: V83*  

        - R Can't Understand Politicians' Behavior/ OR the People Are
            Responsible for Bad Government
              72: V84*  

        - Knowing the Right People Is Important to Getting Ahead/ OR
            People Get Ahead If They Do Good Job  
              72: V85*  

        - Leadership Positions Go to Capable People/ OR It Is Hard to
            Know Why Some People Get Leadership Positions  
              72: V86*  

        - With Enough Effort Can Get Rid of Racial Discrimination/ OR 
            Discrimination Is Part of Human Nature  
              72: V87*,861  

        - Often People Who Work Hard Don't Get Breaks/ OR Some People 
            Don't Use Breaks That Come  
              72: V88*  

        - Whether R Feels Has Had Fair Opportunity in Life  
              72: V283  

                    --(if no)  Things That Stood in Way (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V284  

        - Whether R Has Been Able to Satisfy Most Ambitions  
              72: V285  

                    --(if no)  Reasons R Has Had to Settle for Less Than
                        Hoped (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V286  



                                                      
                       EQUALITARIANISM        I.C.3.c 
                                                      

        - Society Should Assure Equal Opportunity 
              84: V204             86: V364             88: V924
              90: V426(A)          CWP:V426(A)              [&1066]
              92: V6024            CF: V9013

        - Equal Rights Have Been Pushed Too Far (1972: Equality Has
            Gone Too Far)
              72: V697*,942*       84: V206             86: V365 
              88: V925[&1071];     90: V427(A)          CWP:V427(A),
                  ST443            92: V6025                2705
              CF: V9014




        - A Problem In This Country Is We Don't Give Everyone an
            Equal Chance 
              84: V208             86: V366             88: V929
              90: V428(A)          CWP:V428(A)              [&1094]
              92: V6029            CF: V9015

        - It Is Not a Problem If People Have Unequal Chances 
              84: V255             86: V368             88: V927
              90: V430(A)          CWP:V430(A)              [&1083]
              92: V6027            CF: V9016

        - The Country Would Be Better Off If Worried Less About How
            Equal People Are  
              84: V251             86: V367             88: V926
              90: V429(A)          CWP:V429(A)              [&1077]
              92: V6026            CF: V9017

        - We Would Have Fewer Problems In The Country If People Were
            Treated More Equally 
              84: V253             86: V369             88: V928
              90: V431(A)          CWP:V431(A),2703         [&1091];
              92: V6028            CF: V9018                ST445

        - Equal Opportunity for Blacks and Whites to Succeed is
            Important But It is Not the Government's Job to Guarantee
              86: V522             88: V965[&992,1076]

        - Poor Are Poor Because American Way of Life Doesn't Give All
            People Equal Chances  
              72: V689*,848        76: V3757  

        - With Which Statement Does R Agree Most:  People Born Poor
            Have Less Chance to Get Ahead than Others  OR  People Who
            Have Ability and Work Hard Have the Same Chance as Anyone
            Else, Even if Their Parents were Poor
              72: V843  

        - Which of the Following Qualities Make a 'True American:'
         . Treating People of All Races and Backgrounds Equally
              CWP:V2604            92: V3522














                                                    
                       INDIVIDUALISM        I.C.3.d 
                                                    

     SEE ALSO:  Chapter III, Section F.5.b, Equal Opportunity, especially 
           III.F.5.b(1), Efficacy of 'hard work.' 

        - With Which Statement Does R Agree:  It is Better to Fit in
            With People Around You; OR:  It is Better to Conduct
            Yourself According to Your Own Standards, Even If That
            Makes You Stand Out
              90: V328(A)          CWP:V328(A)

        - With Which Statement Does R Agree:  People Should Take Care
            of Themselves and Their Families and Let Others Do the
            Same;  OR: People Should Care Less About Their Own Success
            and More About the Needs of Society
              90: V329(A)          CWP:V329(A)

        - Which of the Following Qualities Make a 'True American:'
         . Trying to Get Ahead on Your Own
              CWP:V2603            92: V3520

        - When Raising Children, Which is More Important: To Encourage
            Them to Be Independent-Minded and Think for Themselves; OR
            to Teach Them Obedience and Respect for Authorities
              90: V330(A)          CWP:V330(A)

        - Which One Quality (of Each of the Following Pairs of
            Qualities) is it More Important for a Child to Have
         . Independence;  OR:  Respect for Elders
              92: V6019
         . Obedience;  OR:  Self-Reliance
              92: V6020
         . Curiosity;  OR:  Good Manners
              92: V6021
         . Being Considerate;  OR:  Well Behaved
              92: V6022

        - Which Does R Agree With:  We Need a Strong Government to
            Handle Today's Complex Economic Problems;  OR:  the Free
            Market Can Handle These Problems Without the Government
              90: V331(A)          CWP:V331(A)          92: V5730

        - With Which Statement Does R Agree: the Poor are Poor Because
            They Don't Work Hard Enough; OR:  Because of Circumstances
            Beyond Their Control
              90: V332(A)          CWP:V332(A)

        - With Which Statement Does R Agree:  the Less Government the
            Better; OR: There Are More Things the Government Should be
            Doing
              90: V333(A)          CWP:V333(A)          92: V5729

        - With Which Statement Does R Agree: It is More Imporant to Be
            a Cooperative Persons Who Works Well With Others;  OR:  It
            is More Important to Be a Self-Reliant Person Able to Take
            Care of Oneself
              90: V334(A)          CWP:V334(A)

        - With Which Statement Does R Agree:  the Main Reason the
            Government has Become Bigger is Because it Has Gotten
            Involved in Things that People Should Do for Themselves; 
            OR:  Government Has Become Bigger Because the Problems we
            Face Have Become Bigger
              90: V335(A)          CWP:V335(A)          92: V5731

        - People Should Blame Selves, Not System for Economic 
            Position 
              84: V205 

        - All But the Old and Handicapped Should Take Care of  
            Themselves  
              72: V696*,941*  

        - Does R Change Mind Easily
              60: V243             64: V365

        - To Be Independent, Whether Important as Guiding Principle 
              76: V3933 



                                                           
                       MORAL TRADITIONALISM        I.C.3.e 
                                                           

               SEE ALSO:  I.C.3.m, Traditionalism.

               See I.C.3.i. for Religious Attitudes.


        - Newer Lifestyles Contribute to Society's Breakdown 
              86: V525             88: V954[&987,1082]  90: V500(A)
              CWP:V500(A),2704     92: V6118

        - The World is Changing and We Should Adjust Moral Views 
            Accordingly
              86: V526             88: V951[&984,1068]  90: V501(A)
              CWP:V501(A),2702     92: V6115

        - There Would be Fewer Problems in This Country If There Were  
          More Emphasis on Traditional Family Ties 
              86: V527             88: V953[&986,1079]  90: V502(A)
              CWP:V502(A)          92: V6117



        - There is Too Much Sexual Freedom Today 
              86: V528 

        - There is Nothing Wrong If Some People Think/Act Differently 
              86: V529 

        - We Should Be More Tolerant of People With Different 
            Moral Standards 
              86: V530             88: V952[&985,1073]; 90: V503(A)
              CWP:V503(A)              ST444            92: V6116

        - Divorce and Living Together Are Signs of Moral Decay [1988
            omits "divorce")
              86: V531             88: ST442

        - It is Always Wrong for a Married Person to have Sexual
            Relations with Someone Other than their Marriage Partner
              92: V6119

        - Bring Moral Standards to Government:  Does R Think
            Candidate as President Would (7-Pt. Agree/Disagree)
         . Carter 
              76: V3236 
         . Ford 
              76: V3229 



                                                
                       NOSTALGIA        I.C.3.f 
                                                

        - Life Better Now or 50 Years Ago  
              64: V395  

        - More Satisfaction Now or 50 Years Ago  
              64: V396  

        - More Difficult to Be Moral Now or 50/25 Years Ago  
              64: V397             72: V580  



                                                 
                       PATRIOTISM        I.C.3.g 
                                                 

        - When R Sees the American Flag, How Good Does it Make R Feel
              88: V968[&995,1087]  CWP:V2417            92: V6130

        - How Strong is R's Love for His/Her Country
              88: V969[&996,1088]  CWP:V2418            92: V6131

        - When R Hears the National Anthem, How Emotional Does it Make
            R Feel
              88: V970[&997,1089]

        - How Proud is R to be an American
              88: V971[&998,1090]



                                                                             
                                                          
                       PERSONAL COMPETENCE        I.C.3.h 
                                                          

        - Sure Life Would Work Out as Wished  
              56: V288*            58: V160             60: V238  
              64: V360             68: V497             70: V161  
              72: V280,567*        74: V2398            76: V3738  
              CF: V628


        - Can Carry Out Plans as Expected  
              56: V292*            58: V164             60: V240  
              64: V362             68: V496             70: V160  
              72: V279,566*        74: V2397            76: V3737  
              CF: V626

        - Better to Plan Life Ahead or Not  
              56: V287*            60: V244             68: V495  
              70: V159             72: V278,565*        74: V2396  
              76: V3736            CF: V627

        - Can Run Life as Want to or Not  
              60: V245             68: V498             70: V162  
              72: V281,568*        74: V2399            76: V3739  
              CF: V629

        - Have Mostly Good or Bad Luck  
              56: V289*            58: V162             60: V239  
              64: V361  

        - No Use Trying to Get Anywhere  
              56: V294*  

        - Prefer Job Where Give Orders or Not  
              60: V247  

        - No Opportunity for Average Man/ OR Hard Worker Can Get Ahead
              52: V127  

        - Has No Trouble Making Decisions  
              56: V290*            58: V163  



        - Finishes Things Once Started  
              60: V246  

        - Has More Willpower Than Most  
              56: V291*  

        - Sure of Self, Even When Others Disagree  
              56: V293*            58: V161  

        - Personal Competence Collapsed Index
              CF: V639



                                                          
                       RELIGIOUS ATTITUDES        I.C.3.i 
                                                          

          SEE ALSO: Chapter I, Section A.14, Religious Background and
            Affiliation.

          See Chapter III, Section F.1, for the issue of Church and  
            State/Politics.

          For how religious denominations will vote, see Chapter V, Section
            D.1.b(1), How Others Vote/Will Vote, Groups.

        - R's Opinion About the Bible: 4 Response Options
              64: V414             68: V215             80: V1176;I643
              84: V1081            86: V507             88: V934;ST531
              90: V516(B)          CWP:V516(B)          CF: V845

        - R's Opinion About the Bible: 3 Response Options
              90: V517(A)          CWP:V517(A)          92: V3824

        - How Often R Prays  
              72: V932             88: V935             90: V513
              CWP:V513             92: V3822

        - How Often R Reads Bible
              90: V514             CWP:V514             92: V3823

       - Which of the Following Qualities Make a 'True American:'
        . Believing in God
              CWP:V2602            92: V3521

        - Believe God Sends Misfortune and Illness as Punishment  
              72: V933  

        - Believe in Life After Death  
              72: V934  

        - Can Someone Who Doesn't Believe in God Be a Good American 
              72: V935  


        - Is Religion Important Part of R's Life 
              80: V1173;I640       84: V1078            86: V546(A) 
              88: V932             90: V511             CWP:V511
              92: V3820            CF: V846

        - How Much Guidance Religion Provides in R's Daily Life 
              80: V1174;I641       84: V1079            86: V547(A) 
              88: V933             90: V512             CWP:V512
              92: V3821            CF: V847

        - Has R Had Born-Again Experience 
              80: V1175;I642       84: V1080 

        - Does R Consider Self Born-Again [of Christian Rs]
              88: V529;ST558       90: V545             CWP:V545
              92: V3847

        - Do Any 1972 Candidates Best Reflect High Moral and Religious
           Standards
              76: V267

                  --(if yes) Which One(s)  (FOLLOWUP)
                          72: V268

        - Do Any 1976 Candidates Have Higher Moral or Religous
           Standards Than the Others
              76: V3313

                  --(if yes) Which One(s)  (FOLLOWUP)
                          76: V3314,3315

        - Catholics, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V240             66: V121             68: V227
              72: V712             76: V3826            84: V774
              88: V611[&655]       92: V5321            CF: V204,230

        - Jews, Feeling Thermometer
              64: V244            66: V126             68: V232
              72: V716            76: V3842            88: V626[&670]
              92: V5334           CF: V205,231

        - Protestants, Feeling Thermometer  
              64: V249             66: V123             68: V239
              72: V715             76: V3844            CF: V203,229

        - Christian Anti-Communist Crusade, Has R Heard of
              64: V370
                  
                  --(if yes) Feeling Thermometer (FOLLOWUP)
                     64: V371

        - Christian Fundamentalists
              88: V629[&673]       92: V5338

        - Evangelical Groups Active in Politics, Moral Majority,
            Feeling Thermometer
              80: V885;I693        84: V772             88: V614[&658]

        - Ministers Who Lead Protest Marches, Feeling Thermometer  
              70: V241             72: V733  

        - Catholics, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V814             76: V3854  

        - Christian Fundamentalists, Whether R Feels Close to
              88: V1103

        - Jews, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V816             76: V3856  

        - Protestants, Whether R Feels Close to
              72: V815             76: V3855  

        - Has R Been Able to Contribute Any Money to Church or Charity
            in the Last 12 Months (or Has it Been More Difficult)
              CWP:V2846            92: V6145

                  --(if yes) How Much
                     CWP:V2847



                                                           
                       RISK-TAKING BEHAVIOR        I.C.3.j 
                                                           

        - Which of the Following Activities Involving Chance Does R
            Take Part in  [in this sequence]
               .Football Pools 
               .Check Pools  
               .Playing Bingo  
               .Playing Poker  
               .Betting on the Horses  
               .Playing Bid Whist  
               .Shooting Dice  
               .Buying Lottery Tickets  
               .Speculating on Land  
               .Playing Bridge  
               .Playing the Numbers  
               .Entering Magazine Contests  
               .Playing Roulette  
               .Playing Pinochle  
               .Baseball Pools  
               .Buying Sweepstakes Tickets  
               .Buying Raffle Tickets  
               .Buying Stocks and Bonds  
               .Any Other Games Played for Money  
              72: V1029-1047

        - R's Most Frequent Risk-Taking Activity  
              72: V1048  

                  --(if any)  How Often R Takes Part (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1049  
                  --(if any)  Persons R Takes Advice from about Activity
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1050  
                  --(if any)  Whether Takes Part for Prizes or for Fun
                     (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1051  
                  --(if any)  Whether Once Stopped, Feels Would Have Won
                     if Stayed Longer (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1052  
                  --(if any)  Losers at This Activity Unlucky or Unskilled
                     (FOLLOWUP) 
                         72: V1053  
                  --(if any)  Does R Spend Money on Activity (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1054,1055  
                              ---(if yes)  Whether R Limits Amount
                                   Planned to Spend
                                   72: V1058
                                       (if yes)  Whether R Sticks to
                                         Spending Limit
                                          72: V1059 
                              ---(if yes)  Amount Usually Spent
                                   72: V1060
                              ---(if no)  Any Other Risk-Taking
                                  Activity that R Spends Money On
                                   72: V1056  
                                       (if yes)  What is Risk-Taking
                                         Activity R Spends Money On  
                                          72: V1057  
                                       (if yes)  Whether R Limits
                                         Amount Planned to Spend 
                                          72: V1058  
                                             (if yes)  Whether R Sticks
                                               to Spending Limit  
                                                72: V1059  
                                       (if yes)  Amount Usually Spent  
                                          72: V1060  

        - If R Won Big Bet on Horses, Would R Be Likely to Continue
            Playing  
              72: V1061  

                  --(if no)  What R Would Do with Winnings (FOLLOWUP)
                         72: V1062  


                                                        
                       STRONG-MINDEDNESS        I.C.3.k 
                                                        

        - R Usually Wins Argument/ OR Gives In  
              60: V241             64: V363  

        - Has Strong Opinions Rather Than Middle of the Road  
              60: V242             64: V364  

        - Changes Mind Easily or Not  
              60: V243             64: V365  



                                                     
                       TRADITIONALISM        I.C.3.m 
                                                     

               SEE ALSO:  Moral Traditionalism, I.C.3.e.

        - Prefer Practical Man to Man of Ideas  
              56: V271*            58: V165             72: V938 

        - Change Usually Makes Things Worse  
              56: V272*  

        - Much Wisdom in Something Grown Up Over Time  
              56: V273*            58: V166  


        - Better to Stick by Old Than Try New  
              56: V274*            58: V167  

        - Better to Respect Forefathers Than Trust Own Ideas  
              56: V275*            58: V168  

        - A Man Develops Wisdom Only in Later Years  
              56: V276*            58: V169  

        - Science May Someday Show Deeply Held Beliefs Wrong  
              56: V278*            72: V939  

        - People Should Pay Attention to New Ideas Even If They  
            Seem Against American Way of Life  
              56: V280*            72: V940  

        - Unlikely Astrology Will Ever Explain Anything  
              56: V283*  


                                                      
                       TRUST IN PEOPLE        I.C.3.n 
                                                      

        - Most People Can Be Trusted/ OR You Can't Be Too Careful  
              52: V225*            64: V398             66: V136  
              68: V500             72: V581             74: V2400  
              76: V3745            CWP:V2831            92: V6139
              CF: V619

        - People Try to Be Helpful/ OR Just Look out for Selves  
              64: V399             66: V137             68: V501  
              72: V582             74: V2401            76: V3746  
              CWP:V2832            92: V6140            CF: V620

        - Most People Try to Take Advantage/ OR Try to Be Fair  
              64: V400             68: V502             72: V583  
              74: V2402            76: V3747            CF: V621

        - Most People Have Little Confidence in Others  
              72: V952*  

        - Most People Would Lie for Gain  
              72: V953*  

        - There Is No Lack of Trust between Young and Old  
              72: V954*  

        - Usually People Have Hidden Reasons for Doing Nice Things  
              72: V955*  




        - Most People Can Be Counted on  
              72: V956*  

        - Trusting Others Often Leads to Disappointment  
              72: V957*  

        - Experience Leads to Believing Most People Can Be Trusted  
              72: V958*  

        - People Are Concerned with Others  
              72: V959*  

        - Most Sales Clerks Are Honest in Describing Products They  
            Sell  
              72: V960*  

        - One Ought to Be Cautious in Dealing with Strangers  
              72: V961*  

        - People Are More Inclined to Help Than Others Think  
              72: V962*  

        - Most People Are Basically Honest  
              72: V963*  

        - Look for Hidden Meanings in What Others Say  
              72: V964*  

        - People Are Basically Uncooperative  
              72: V965*  

        - People Really Don't Care What Happens to Others  
              72: V966*  

        - Only a Few People Are Likely to Take Advantage  
              72: V967*  

        - Trust in People Index
              CF: V640


                                             
                       VALUES        I.C.3.p 
                                             

        - To Be Ambitious, Whether Important as Guiding Principle 
              76: V3931 

        - To Be Well-Liked, Whether Important as Guiding Principle 
              76: V3932 

        - To Be Independent, Whether Important as Guiding Principle 
              76: V3933 


        - To Be Helpful, Whether Important as Guiding Principle 
              76: V3934 

        - To Be Responsible, Whether Important as Guiding Principle 
              76: V3935 

        - Ranked for Importance to R:  [in this sequence]
         .  To Be Ambitious 
         .  To Be Well-Liked 
         .  To Be Independent 
         .  To Be Helpful 
         .  To Be Responsible 
              76: V3936-3940 

        - Terminal Values, Whether Important as Goal in R's Life [in this
                              sequence]
         .  A Prosperous Life 
         .  An Important Life 
         .  A Secure Life 
         .  An Exciting Life 
              76: V3941-3944 

        - Ranked for Importance to R:
         .  A Prosperous Life 
         .  An Important Life 
         .  A Secure Life 
         .  An Exciting Life 
              76: V3945-3948 



                                                                     
  R's Personal Problems                                       I.C.4  
                                                                      

        - What are R's Personal Problems
             72: V538*          74: V2067-2069         76: V3929,3930

                 --(if 2 or more) Which is Most Important (FOLLOWUP)
                       72: V540*              74: V2071
                 --(if any) Can R Solve Problem/ Most Important Problem
                      or Does R Need Help (FOLLOWUP)
                       72: V541*              74: V2072
                           ---(if needs help) Who Ought to Help
                                  72: V543*
                                  74: V2073
                                     (if government or govt/public agency) How
                                        Helpful is Govt or Named
                                        Agency
                                           72: V544*
                                           74: V2074
                                     (if government or govt/public agency) Which
                                        Party is More Likely to get
                                        Govt or Agency to Help R
                                           72: V545*