Demographics

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1 Basic CPS Items Booklet Demographic Items PERSTAT (Are all of these persons still living here? / Person status) 1 Person deceased Person moved out 2 Person left - was a URE last month 3 4 - to correct previous mistake Delete person onth 5 Person is a URE this m Reinstate person 9 FNAME (What are the names of all persons living or staying here? / What is the name of the next person) Enter 999 if no more persons LNAME Enter Last Name S_HHMEM Is this (name of person talking about)’s usual pla ce of residence? 1 Yes 2 No 3 Proxy URE Does (name of person talking about) have a usual place of residence elsewhere? Yes 1 2 No

2 SEX Ask only if necessary sex? What is (name of person talking about)’s 1 Male 2 Female NROS2B ousehold roster 16 Persons in h At this point count additional people. You will interview only those household members 15 years old or older who are listed. Are there any other persons 15 years old or older now living or staying there? (Who have not been listed.) Yes 1 2 No CNT2BG How many other? Enter number MCHILD I have listed . . . READ NAMES Have I missed any babies or small children? 1 Yes 2 No MAWAY Have I missed anyone who usually lives here but is away now - traveling, at school, or in a hospital? 1 Ye s 2 No

3 MLODGE Have I missed any lodgers, boarders, or persons you employ who live here? 1 Yes No 2 MELSE Have I missed anyone else staying here? Yes 1 No 2 OWNREN1 What is the name of the person or one of the persons ome? who owns or rents that h Enter line number (1 16) if current HH member Enter (0) if owner(s)/renter(s) not a - household member 1 Owner/Renter not a HH member 2 Person 1's name 3 Person 2's name 4 Person 3's name 5 Person 4's name 6 Person 5's name 7 Person 6's name Person 7's na me 8 9 Person 8's name Person 9's name 10 11 Person 10's name 12 Person 11's name 13 Person 12's name Person 13's name 14 15 Person 14's name 16 Person 15's name 17 Person 16's name

4 HHRESP Ask if necessary With whom am I speaking? Respondent must be a househol d member and 15+ or a proxy. Under_15 1. 2. Person 1's name Person 2's name 3. Person 3's name 4. Person 4's name 5. Person 5's name 6. Person 6's name 7. Person 7's name 8. 9. Person 8's name 10. Person 9's name Person 10's name 11. Person 11's name 12. Person 12's name 13. Person 1 3's name 14. 15. Person 14's name 16. Person 15's name 17. Person 16's name HHRESP_VERIFY Are all persons – 1 Under 15 years of age 2 - household members Non S_RRP How (are / is) (name/you) related to (reference person's name/you)? Opposite - sex Spouse (Husband/ Wife) 42 43 Opposite - sex Unmarried Partner 44 Same sex Spouse (Husband/Wife) - 45 Same - sex Unmarried Partner 46 Child 47 Grandchild Parent 48 (Mother/Father) 49 Brother/Sister 50 Other relative (Aunt, Cousin, Nephew, Mother - in - law, etc.) 51 F oster_Child 52 Housemate/Roommate 53 Roomer/Boarder 54 Other nonrelative

5 S_SUBFAM Earlier you said that (name of person talking about) (was/were) not related to (reference person's name/you). (Are / Is) (name of person talking about) related to else in this household? anyone 1 Yes No 2 SUBFAM_WHO Who (are / is) (name of person talking about) related to? Anyone else? PROBE: Enter line number(s), separate with commas Person 1's name 1 Person 2's name 2 3 Person 3's name 4 Person 4's name 5 Person 5' s name 6 Person 6's name 7 Person 7's name 8 Person 8's name 9 Person 9's name Person 10's name 10 11 Person 11's name 12 Person 12's name 13 Person 13's name 14 Person 14's name Person 15's name 15 16 Person 16's name

6 PAR1 parent (name of person talking about) Enter line number of of a member of this household? (name's/your) parent Is Ask if necessary: No_One 0 1 Person1 Person2 2 Person3 3 Person4 4 Person5 5 6 Person6 Person7 7 8 Person8 9 Person9 Person10 10 Person11 11 Person12 12 13 Person13 Person14 14 15 Person15 16 P erson16 TYP PAR1 (name of person talking about) (your / mother's name) biological, step, or (Are / Is) adopted child? Biological 1 Step 2 3 Adopted PAR2 other parent Enter line number of of (name of person talking about) Ask if necessary: Is (nam e's/your) other parent a member of this household? 0 No_One 1 Person1 2 Person2 3 Person3 4 Person4 5 Person5 6 Person6 7 Person7 8 Person8

7 9 Person9 Person10 10 Person11 11 12 Person12 13 Person13 Person14 14 15 Person15 16 Person16 TYP PAR2 (name of person talki (Are / Is) ng about) (your / father's name) biological, step, or adopted child? Biological 1 Step 2 3 Adopted PARENT2 (REF_FNAME ^REF_LNAME’s) parent is also (name of person talking about)’s parent, is that correct? 1 Yes 2 No BIRTHM of birth? What is (name's/your) date Enter Birth Month Jan 1 2 Feb 3 Mar 4 Apr 5 May 6 June July 7 8 Aug 9 Sept 10 Oct 11 Nov 12 Dec

8 BIRTHD What is (name's/your) date of birth? Enter Birth Day BIRTHY What is (name's/your) date of birth? Enter Birth Year (Enter 4 digit year - ex: 1964) VERIFY_AGE As of last week, that would make (name/you) (approximately (AGE)/ less than 1 / over 98 / AGE) years old. Is that correct? Yes 1. 2. No AGEGSS Even though you don’t know (name's/your) exact birthdate, what is your bes t guess as to how old (you/he/she) (was/were) on (your/his/her) last birthday? 99 99 years or older 0 to 98 years old – 98 00 AGE2 Ask if necessary (Are / Is) (you/he/she) under 15? 1 Yes 2 No PREMARTL Since our last inter view, has any household member had any changes in his or her Marital Status? Yes 1 2 No

9 MARITL (Are / Is) (name/you) now married, widowed, divorced, separated or never married? Married Spouse PRESENT 1 - - Spouse ABSENT 2 Married 3 Widowed 4 Divorced Separated 5 Never married 6 SPOUSE Enter line number of spouse of (name of person talking about) - - Ask if necessary No_One 0 Person1 1 Person2 2 Person3 3 4 Person4 Person5 5 Person6 6 7 Person7 8 Person8 Person9 9 Person10 10 Person11 11 Person12 12 13 Person13 Person1 14 4 15 Person15 16 Person16 COHAB Do you have a boyfriend, girlfriend or partner in this household? If Yes, probe WHO and enter line number If No, enter "0" 0 No 1 Person 1's name 2 Person 2's name 3 Person 3's name 4 Person 4's name 5 Person 5's name

10 6 son 6's name Per Person 7's name 7 Person 8's name 8 9 Person 9's name 10 Person 10's name 11 Person 11's name Person 12's name 12 13 Person 13's name Person 14's name 14 Person 15's name 15 Person 16's name 16 AFEVER Did (name/you) ever serve on active duty in the U. S. Armed Forces? 1 Yes 2 No AFWHEN IF NECESSARY: Previously I was told that (name/you) served on active duty in the U. S. Armed Forces. When did (you/he/she) serve? Enter all that apply, separate with commas Mark up to 4 that apply Sept ember 2001 or later 1 2 August 1990 to August 2001 May 1975 to July 1990 3 4 Vietnam Era (August 1964 to April 1975) 5 February 1955 to July 1964 6 Korean War (July 1950 to January 1955) 7 January 1947 to June 1950 8 World War II (December 1941 to December 1946) 9 ember 1941 or earlier Nov AFNOW in the Armed Forces? (Are / Is) (name/you) (now/still) 1 Yes 2 No

11 EDUCA What is the highest level of school (name/you) (have/has) completed or the highest degree (name/you) (have/has) received? Less than 1st grade 31 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade 2 3 5th or 6th grade 33 7th or 8th grade 34 9th grade 35 10th grade 36 11th grade 37 12th grade NO DIPLOMA 38 39 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE - high school DIPLOMA or the equivalent (For example: GED) 40 Some college but no degree Asso ciate degree in college - Occupational/vocational program 41 Associate degree in college -- Academic program 42 43 Bachelor's degree (For example: BA, AB, BS) 44 Master's degree (For example: MA, MS, MEng, MEd, MSW, MBA) 45 example: MD,DDS,DVM,LLB,JD) Professional School Degree (For Doctorate degree (For example: PhD, EdD) 46 DIPGED People can get a High School diploma in a variety of ways, such as graduating from High School or by getting a GED or other equivalent. How did (name/you) get r) High School diploma? (your/his/he 1 Graduation from High School GED or other equivalent 2 HGCOMP What was the highest grade of regular school (name/you) completed before receiving (your/his/her) GED? 1 Less than 1st grade 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade 2 3 5th or 6th grade 4 7th or 8th grade 5 9th grade 6 10th grade 7 11th grade 8 12th grade NO DIPLOMA

12 CYC (Including any time that may have been spent getting as Associate's Degree,/ ) (How/how) many years of college CREDIT (have/has) (name/you) completed? COMPLETED... (Have / Has) (you/he/she) 1 Less than 1 year (include 0 years completed)? The first, or FRESHMAN year? 2 3 The second, or SOPHOMORE year? The third, or JUNIOR year? 4 Four or more years? 5 CERT1 (Does/do) (name/you) have a currently active professional certification or a st ate or industry license? Do not include business license, such as a liquor license or vending license. (Read if necessary: a professional certification or license shows you are qualified to job. Examples include a real estate perform a specific license, a medical assistant a Teacher License or an IT certification. Only include certifications or certification, licenses obtained by an individual.) 1. Yes No 2. CERT 2 Were any of (your/his/her) certifications or licenses issued by the federal, state, or local go vernment? 1. Yes 2. No HSPNON of (Are / Is) (name/you) Latino , or Spanish origin ? Hispanic, 1 Yes 2 No ORISPN (Are / Is) (name/you) Mexican, Mexican American, or Chicano , Puerto Rican , Cuban, Cuban American, or another Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin; for example, Argentinean, Columbian, Dominican, Nicaraguan, Salvadoran, Spaniard, and so on ? If multiple answer, Probe: Which group (do/does) (you/he/she) most closely identify

13 with? Mexican 1 Mexican American 2 Chicano 3 4 Puerto Rican 5 Cuban - American 6 Cuban Other Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino group 7 S_OROTSP s/her) other Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino group ? What is the name of (your/hi OROTSS Specify "Other" Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino group RACE five race categories. You may choose one or more I am going to read you a list of For this survey, Hispanic origin is not a race. (Are/Is) (NAME/you) White; races. Black or African American; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; OR Native Hawa iian or Other Pacific Islander? Do not probe unless response is Hispanic or a Hispanic origin as Enter all that apply, separate with comm 1 White Black or African American 2 3 American Indian or Alaska Native Asian 4 5 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 6 Other - DO NOT READ RACEAS Which of the following Asian groups (are/is) (you/he/she)? Asian Indian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese , Korean, Vietnamese, or a nother Asian group ? Read each item Enter all that apply, separate with commas 1 Asian Indian 2 Chinese

14 3 Filipino Japanese 4 Korean 5 Vietnamese 6 Other Asian 7 RACEPI Which of the following Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander groups (are/is) (you/he/she)? r Pacific Native Hawaiian; Guamanian or Chamorro; Samoan; or anothe Islander group ? Read each item Enter all that apply, separate with commas 1 Native Hawaiian 2 Guamanian or Chamorro 3 Samoan 4 Other Pacific Isla nder S_RACEOT Read only if necessary: What is (your/his/her) race? RACEOS Specify Other race

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