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R’s Age Days R normally works

1). 18-29 1). Mon to Fri

2). 30-39 2). Mon to Fri, Sat

3). 40-49 3). Mon to Fri, Sat, Sun

4). 50+ 4). WKEND, Plus

5). No Schedule
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R’s Sex R’s years in the armed


forces
1). Male
1). None
2). Female
2). Less then 2 years

3). 2 to 4 years
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5). Don’t know how long
R’s Race Highest level of education
1). White completed by R’s Spouse

2). Black 1). Elementary School 5). Grad-


School
3). Other
2). High School

3). Trade School


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R’s Highest level of Highest level of education


education completed by R’s Mother

1). Elementary School 1). Elementary School 5). Grad-


School
2). High School
2). High School
3). Trade School
3). Trade School
4). College
4). College
5). Grad-School
Do R think the U.S is spending enough Do R think the U.S is spending
on protecting national health enough on Halting rising crime rate

1). Too Little 1). Too Little

2). About Right 2). About Right

3). Too Much 3). Too much


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Type of place R lived in when they R’s region of Residence at the age
were 16 years old of 16

1). Country, Nonfarm 5). Big-City 1). New England 5). South
Suburb Atlantic

2). Farm 6). City GT 2). Middle Atlantic 6). Mountain


2500000
Do R think the U.S is spending enough 3).RE.
Do Nor.the
think Central 7). Pacific
U.S is spending
on3).Town
dealing less
withthen
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Addiction enough on improving the condition
4). W. Nor. Central
of Blacks
1). Too Little
1). Too Little
2). About Right
2). About Right
3). Too Much
3). Too Much
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Do R think the U.S is spending enough Do R think the U.S is spending


on improving the nations education enough on Military, Armament, and
system Defense

1). Too Little 1). Too Little

2). About Right 2). About Right

3). Too Much 3). Too Much

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Do R think the U.S spends enough on Do R think the U.S spends enough
Welfare on Social Security

1). Too Little 1). Too Little

2). About Right 2). About Right

3). Too Much 3). Too Much

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R’s Family Income when 16 years Was R Born in this


old L. Mills country L. Mills

1). Far below average 5). Far 1). Yes


Above Average
2). No
2). Below Average

3). Average

4). Above Average L.

R’s Total Family Income Respondents Income

1). Less then 1000 6). 25000 or 1). Less then 1000 6). 25000 or
more more

2). 1000 to 4999 2). 1000 to 4999

3). 5000 to 9999 3). 5000 to 9999

4). 10000 to 19999 4). 10000 to 19999

5). 20000 to 24999 L. 5). 20000 to 24999

Do R think we spend enough money Do R think the U.S spends enough


on Space Exploration Program money protecting the environment

1). Too little 1). Too Little

2). About Right 2). About Right

3). Too Much 3). Too Much

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on Change(s) in

Elicits
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hypotheses
hypotheses
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hypotheses hypotheses

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Influences Has an impact


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hypotheses
Causal Words and Phrases for constructing
hypotheses

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Results in Produces

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hypotheses

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in
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R’s Labor Force Status Is R Self-Emp or Works for
someone else
Days R’s
1). Working Spouse
Full time normally
5). Retired Type of structure R dwells in
works 1). Self-Employed
2). Working Part time 6). School 1). Trailer 6). Apartment
1). Mon to Fri house
2). Someone Else
3). Temp Not Working 7). Keeping
2). Mon to Fri, Sat
house 2). Detached 1-Fam House

4).
4). Mon to Fri,Laid
UNEMPL, Sat,off
Sun 3). 2 Units Side By Side L.
5). WKEND, Plus 4). 3-4 Fam House
Is R a Govt or Private How long does it take for R to
Employee
6). No Schedule travel
5). RowtoHouse
work L.
Does R Own or Rent Home
1). Government Has1-29mins
1). R been to the doctor in the
last week
1).
2). Own or is buying
Private 2). 30mins-1hour
1). Yes
2). Pays rent 3). More then an hour
2). No
3). Other L. L.
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married
1). Married 5). Never Married
Has R ate at a restaurant last Has R went to see a film in the
1). 12-21
2). Widowed
week last week
2). 22-31
3). Yes
1). Divorced 1). Yes
3). 32-41
4). No
2). Separated L. 2). No
Mills 4). 42+ L.
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Has R ever been divorced or R’s spouse labor force
separated L. Mills status L.

1). Last
Yes week did R attend church Number of days
1). Working Full R attended
time a
5). Retired
services church service
2). No 2). Working Part time 6). School
1). Yes 1). 1-3
3). Temp Not Working 7). Keeping
2). No 2). 4-6
house

L. 3).
4). 7
Unempl, Laid off

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