ATTITUDES TOWARDS FAMILY AND GENDER ROLES 1994
                           A SWEDISH SURVEY
                               SSD 0481

                        Principal investigator
                           Stefan Svallfors
                        Department of Sociology
                            Umeå university

    
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    ROLES 1994 - A SWEDISH SURVEY were originally collected by
    Stefan Svallfors, Department of Sociology, Umeå university.
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                              BACKGROUND

    This survey is part of the International Social Survey Program
    (ISSP). The 1994 survey was conducted in 22 countries.

    Context of the survey:
    Separate postal survey with two reminders by post to all
    non-respondents and a telephone interview follow-up on a
    sub-sample of remaining non-respondents.

    Sample:
    A representative sample of the Swedish population 18-74 years.
    Sample size: 2 000 individuals

    Fieldwork:
    The fieldwork was conducted by Statistics Sweden, February
    1994 to May 1994.

                                             n     %

    Original sample:                      2 000
    Emigrated, living in institutions,
    no known address                         12

    Net sample:                           1 988   100.0

    Responses: (weighted)                 1 472    74.0
    - by mail                             1 093    55.0
    - by telephone                          379    19.1

    Responses: (unweighted)               1 272    64.0
    - by mail                             1 093    55.0
    - by telephone                          179     9.0

    Non-responses:                          716    36.0
    - refusals                              182     9.2
    - no contact                            534    26.8

    Weighting:
    A subsample was drawn among those who had still not responded
    after two subsequent reminders. About 50% of them were
    selected for telephone interviewing, following the normal
    practices of Statistics Sweden. All respondents in the
    subsample has accordingly been given the weight 2.05. In order
    to keep the representativeness of the sample, all calculations
    should be made using the weight.

    
                             PUBLICATIONS

    Edlund, J., Sundström, E. & Svallfors, S. (1994): Attitudes
    towards family and gender roles - A Swedish Survey. Codebook
    for Machine-Readable Datafile. Umeå: Department of Sociology.

    
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    (1) VAR 14   (2)BOTH CONTRIBUTE INCOME 2  (3)LOC 28 width 1
                                                        (4)MD=9

      (6) 2 And, do you agree or disagree...? Please tick one
          box for the alternative most in line with your
          opinion.

          2a Both the man and woman should contribute to the
          household income.

      (7) ......................

           (8) (9)  (10)
           411  1.   Strongly agree
           606  2.   Agree
           181  3.   Neither agree nor disagree
            41  4.   Disagree
             9  5.   Strongly disagree
            15  8.   Don't know

            16  9.   NA
     ............................................................

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    describe the variable.

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    variable description.

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Variable list


1 SSD Study NR 0481 2 SSD Edition NR 1 3 SSD Part NR 001 4 ID-nummer 5 Type of interview 6 Weight 7 A working mother can establish a warm relationship with her children 8 A pre-school child suffer if the mother works 9 Family life suffers when the woman has a full-time job 10 Women wants home and children 11 Being a housewife is just as fullfilling as working for pay 12 Having a job is the best way for a woman to be an independent person 13 Women have to work to support their families 14 Both the man and woman should contribute to the household income 15 A woman's job is to look after the home and family 16 Not good if the man stays at home and the woman goes out to work 17 Family life suffers because men concentrate too much on their work 18 Women work outside home: After marrying and before there are children 19 Women work outside home: Child under school age 20 Women work outside home: School child 21 Women work outside home: Children left home 22 Married people are generally happier than unmarried people 23 Marriage gives financial security 24 The main purpose of marriage is to have children. 25 Better to have a bad marriage than no marriage at all 26 People who want children ought to get married 27 One parent can bring up a child as well as two parents together 28 All right for a couple to live together without getting married 29 Good idea for a couple who intend to get married to live together first 30 Divorce best solution when a couple can't work out their problems 31 Ideal number of children for a family 32 Watching children grow up is life's greatest joy 33 Children interferes too much with the freedom of parents 34 Empty life without children 35 When there are children in the family parents should stay together 36 Married couple without children should stay together 37 Important in preparing children for life 38 Mother worked for pay 39 Mother alive 40 Visit mother 41 Divorced 42 Partner divorced 43 Living together before getting married 44 Ever lived together with a partner without marrying 45 Working women should receive paid maternity leave 46 Financial benefits for child care when both parents work 47 Legal right to abortion 48 Sexual relations before marriage 49 Sexual relations in the early teens 50 Sexual relations outside of marriage 51 Sexual relations with someone of the same sex 52 Sexual harassment at work 53 Family income distribution 54 Housework: Laundering 55 Housework: Small repairs 56 Housework: Cares for sick family members 57 Housework: Shops for groceries 58 Housework: Decides what to have for dinner 59 Earns most in the family 60 Work outside home after marrying and before having children 61 Work outside home with pre-school child 62 Work outside home with school child 63 Work outside home after the children left home 64 Partner worked outside home after marrying and before having children 65 Partner worked outside home with pre-school child 66 Partner worked outside home with school child 67 Partner worked outside home after the children left home 68 Current employment status 69 Hours worked weekly 70 Occupation 71 Occupation - socio-economic classification 72 Employee or self-employed 73 Supervises other 74 Private or public sector 75 Trade union membership 76 Education: Highest educational qualification 77 Education: Years in school 78 Income per month 79 Marital status 80 Current employment status of spouse/partner 81 Spouse: Occupation 82 Spouse: Occupation - socio-economic classification 83 Spouse: Employee or self-employed 84 Family income 85 2nd person in household: Age 86 2nd person in household: Sex 87 3rd person in household: Age 88 3rd person in household: Sex 89 4th person in household: Age 90 4th person in household: Sex 91 5th person in household: Age 92 5th person in household: Sex 93 6th person in household: Age 94 6th person in household: Sex 95 7th person in household: Age 96 7th person in household: Sex 97 8th person in household: Age 98 8th person in household: Sex 99 9th person in household: Age 100 9th person in household: Sex 101 Parents citizens of Sweden 102 Party affiliation 103 Subjective social class 104 Church or religious group belonging 105 Religious denomination 106 Frequency of religious attendance 107 Sex 108 Age 109 Marital status 110 Size of household 111 Primary and present nationality 112 Birth country 113 Region 114 Urban - rural area 115 Annual income 116 Education II 117 Employee or self-employed 118 Number of employees

VAR 1  SSD STUDY NR 0481                           Loc 1  width 4


Swedish Social Science Data Service study 0481


VAR 2 SSD EDITION NR 1 Loc 5 width 1 July 1995
VAR 3 SSD PART NR 001 Loc 6 width 3 SSD Part Identification NR
VAR 4 ID-NUMMER Loc 9 width 7 ID-nummer
VAR 5 TYPE OF INTERVIEW Loc 16 width 1 Type of interview 1093 1. Mail questionnaire 179 2. Telephone interview
VAR 6 WEIGHT Loc 17 width 4 Weight. A subsample was drawn among those who had still not responded after two subsequent reminders. 50% of them were selected for telephone interviewing, following the normal practices of Statistics Sweden. All respondents in the subsample has accordingly been given the weight 2.12. In order to keep the representativeness of the sample, all calculations should be made using the weight. 1093 100. Mail questionnaire 179 212. Telephone interview
VAR 7 WARM RELATION CHILD OK 1 Loc 21 width 1 MD=9 1 To begin, we have some questions about women. Do you agree or disagree...? Please tick one box for the alternative most in line with your opinion. 1a A working mother can establish just as warm and secure relationship with her children as a mother who does not work. 282 1. Strongly agree 549 2. Agree 167 3. Neither agree nor disagree 193 4. Disagree 43 5. Strongly disagree 26 8. Don't know 12 9. NA
VAR 8 PRE SCHOOL CHILD SUFF. 1 Loc 22 width 1 MD=9 1b A pre-school child is likely to suffer if his or her mother works. <See Q.1 for complete questiontext> 79 1. Strongly agree 267 2. Agree 280 3. Neither agree nor disagree 404 4. Disagree 182 5. Strongly disagree 53 8. Don't know 7 9. NA
VAR 9 FAMILY LIFE SUFFERS 1 Loc 23 width 1 MD=9 1c All in all, family life suffers when the woman has a full-time job. <See Q.1 for complete questiontext> 82 1. Strongly agree 291 2. Agree 265 3. Neither agree nor disagree 359 4. Disagree 218 5. Strongly disagree 44 8. Don't know 13 9. NA
VAR 10 WISHING HOME AND CHILD 1 Loc 24 width 1 MD=9 1d A job is all right, but what a woman really wants is a home and children. <See Q.1 for complete questiontext> 76 1. Strongly agree 314 2. Agree 323 3. Neither agree nor disagree 256 4. Disagree 162 5. Strongly disagree 119 8. Don't know 22 9. NA
VAR 11 HOUSEHOLD SATISFIES 1 Loc 25 width 1 MD=9 1e Being a housewife is just as fullfilling as working for pay. <See Q.1 for complete questiontext> 85 1. Strongly agree 249 2. Agree 399 3. Neither agree nor disagree 303 4. Disagree 87 5. Strongly disagree 136 8. Don't know 13 9. NA
VAR 12 WORKING BEST FOR INDEP 1 Loc 26 width 1 MD=9 1f Having a job is the best way for a woman to be an independent person. <See Q.1 for complete questiontext> 218 1. Strongly agree 538 2. Agree 261 3. Neither agree nor disagree 135 4. Disagree 42 5. Strongly disagree 66 8. Don't know 12 9. NA
VAR 13 WORK TO SUPPORT FAMILY 1 Loc 27 width 1 MD=9 1g Most women have to work these days to support their families. <See Q.1 for complete questiontext> 492 1. Strongly agree 655 2. Agree 63 3. Neither agree nor disagree 25 4. Disagree 7 5. Strongly disagree 22 8. Don't know 8 9. NA
VAR 14 BOTH CONTRIBUTE INCOME 2 Loc 28 width 1 MD=9 2 And, do you agree or disagree ...? Please tick one box for the alternative most in line with your opinion. 2a Both the man and woman should contribute to the household income. 411 1. Strongly agree 606 2. Agree 181 3. Neither agree nor disagree 41 4. Disagree 9 5. Strongly disagree 15 8. Don't know 9 9. NA
VAR 15 HOUSEHOLD WOMANS JOB 2 Loc 29 width 1 MD=9 2b A man's job is to earn money; a woman's job is to look after the home and family. <See Q.2 for complete questiontext> 31 1. Strongly agree 111 2. Agree 236 3. Neither agree nor disagree 427 4. Disagree 439 5. Strongly disagree 18 8. Don't know 10 9. NA
VAR 16 NOT GOOD IF WOMAN WORK 2 Loc 30 width 1 MD=9 2c It is not good if the man stays at home and cares for the children and the woman goes out to work. <See Q.2 for complete questiontext> 51 1. Strongly agree 136 2. Agree 298 3. Neither agree nor disagree 418 4. Disagree 303 5. Strongly disagree 57 8. Don't know 9 9. NA
VAR 17 FAMILY SUFF MAN WORKG 2 Loc 31 width 1 MD=9 2d Family life often suffers because men concentrate too much on their work. <See Q.2 for complete questiontext> 85 1. Strongly agree 448 2. Agree 364 3. Neither agree nor disagree 240 4. Disagree 52 5. Strongly disagree 72 8. Don't know 11 9. NA
VAR 18 WOMEN WORK: NO CHILD 3 Loc 32 width 1 MD=9 3 Do you think that women should work outside the home full-time, part time or not at all under those circumstances? Please tick one box for the alternative most in line with your opinion. 3a After marrying and before there are children. 1123 1. Work full-time 75 3. Work part-time 3 5. Stay at home 58 8. Don't know 13 9. NA
VAR 19 WOM WORK: PRE-SCHOOL 3 Loc 33 width 1 MD=9 3b When there is a child under school age. <See Q.3 for complete questiontext> 100 1. Work full-time 724 3. Work part-time 345 5. Stay at home 83 8. Don't know 20 9. NA
VAR 20 WOM WORK: SCHOOL CHILD 3 Loc 34 width 1 MD=9 3c After the youngest child starts school. <See Q.3 for complete questiontext> 295 1. Work full-time 833 3. Work part-time 39 5. Stay at home 80 8. Don't know 25 9. NA
VAR 21 WOM WORK: CHILD MOVED 3 Loc 35 width 1 MD=9 3d After the children leave home. <See Q.3 for complete questiontext> 1045 1. Work full-time 131 3. Work part-time 4 5. Stay at home 74 8. Don't know 18 9. NA
VAR 22 MARRIAGE: HAPPIER 4 Loc 36 width 1 MD=9 4 Do you agree or disagree ...? Please tick one box for the alternative most in line with your opinion. 4a Married people are generally happier than unmarried people. 53 1. Strongly agree 156 2. Agree 431 3. Neither agree nor disagree 260 4. Disagree 208 5. Strongly disagree 155 8. Don't know 9 9. NA
VAR 23 MARRIAGE: FIN SECURITY 4 Loc 37 width 1 MD=9 4b The main advantage of marriage is that it gives financial security. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 60 1. Strongly agree 210 2. Agree 338 3. Neither agree nor disagree 360 4. Disagree 215 5. Strongly disagree 79 8. Don't know 10 9. NA
VAR 24 MARRIAGE: CHILDREN 4 Loc 38 width 1 MD=9 4c The main purpose of marriage these days is to have children. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 17 1. Strongly agree 132 2. Agree 291 3. Neither agree nor disagree 445 4. Disagree 246 5. Strongly disagree 131 8. Don't know 10 9. NA
VAR 25 MARR: BETTER THAN SING 4 Loc 39 width 1 MD=9 4d It is better to have a bad marriage than no marriage at all. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 26 1. Strongly agree 24 2. Agree 61 3. Neither agree nor disagree 344 4. Disagree 774 5. Strongly disagree 35 8. Don't know 8 9. NA
VAR 26 MARR: IF CHILDREN WANT 4 Loc 40 width 1 MD=9 4e People who want children ought to get married. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 159 1. Strongly agree 356 2. Agree 276 3. Neither agree nor disagree 256 4. Disagree 186 5. Strongly disagree 32 8. Don't know 7 9. NA
VAR 27 SINGLE RAISE CHILD 4 Loc 41 width 1 MD=9 4f One parent can bring up a child as well as two parents together. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 107 1. Strongly agree 313 2. Agree 271 3. Neither agree nor disagree 389 4. Disagree 136 5. Strongly disagree 47 8. Don't know 9 9. NA
VAR 28 LIVE TOGETHER NOT MARR 4 Loc 42 width 1 MD=9 4g It is all right for a couple to live together without intending to get married. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 448 1. Strongly agree 586 2. Agree 128 3. Neither agree nor disagree 50 4. Disagree 38 5. Strongly disagree 14 8. Don't know 8 9. NA
VAR 29 LIVE TOGETHER BEF MARR 4 Loc 43 width 1 MD=9 4h It's a good idea for a couple who intend to get married to live together first. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 513 1. Strongly agree 572 2. Agree 111 3. Neither agree nor disagree 27 4. Disagree 22 5. Strongly disagree 21 8. Don't know 6 9. NA
VAR 30 DIVORCE BEST SOLUTION 4 Loc 44 width 1 MD=9 4i Divorce is usually the best solution when a couple can't seem to work out their marriage problems. <See Q.4 for complete questiontext> 211 1. Strongly agree 462 2. Agree 295 3. Neither agree nor disagree 144 4. Disagree 54 5. Strongly disagree 97 8. Don't know 9 9. NA
VAR 31 IDEAL NUMBER OF CHILDR 5 Loc 45 width 2 MD=99 5 All in all, what do you think is the ideal number of children for a family to have? 8 01. One child 741 02. Two children 329 03. Three children 65 04. Four children 9 05. Five children 3 06. Six children 2 07. Seven children 1 08. Eight children 1 09. Nine children 113 99. NA
VAR 32 CHILDREN GROWING A JOY 6 Loc 47 width 1 MD=9 6 Do you agree or disagree? Please tick one box for the alternative most in line with your opinion. 6a Watching children grow up is life's greatest joy. 615 1. Strongly agree 472 2. Agree 86 3. Neither agree nor disagree 14 4. Disagree 3 5. Strongly disagree 75 8. Don't know 7 9. NA
VAR 33 CHILD INTERF FREEDOM 6 Loc 48 width 1 MD=9 6b Having children interferes too much with the freedom of parents. <See Q.6 for complete questiontext> 7 1. Strongly agree 55 2. Agree 252 3. Neither agree nor disagree 575 4. Disagree 323 5. Strongly disagree 46 8. Don't know 14 9. NA
VAR 34 NO CHILD EMPTY LIFE 6 Loc 49 width 1 MD=9 6c People who have never had children lead empty lives. <See Q.6 for complete questiontext> 66 1. Strongly agree 140 2. Agree 336 3. Neither agree nor disagree 342 4. Disagree 230 5. Strongly disagree 148 8. Don't know 10 9. NA
VAR 35 IF CHILD PARENTS STAY 6 Loc 50 width 1 MD=9 6d When there are children in the family, parents should stay together even if they don't get along. <See Q.6 for complete questiontext> 37 1. Strongly agree 212 2. Agree 355 3. Neither agree nor disagree 407 4. Disagree 197 5. Strongly disagree 50 8. Don't know 14 9. NA
VAR 36 MARRIED STAY TOGETHER 6 Loc 51 width 1 MD=9 6e Even when there are no children, a married couple should stay together even if they don't get along. <See Q.6 for complete questiontext> 17 1. Strongly agree 30 2. Agree 167 3. Neither agree nor disagree 482 4. Disagree 512 5. Strongly disagree 52 8. Don't know 12 9. NA
VAR 37 IMPORTANT FOR CHILDREN 7 Loc 52 width 1 MD=9 7 Which of these would you say is more important in preparing children for life? 89 1. To be obedient 1092 2. To think independent 76 8. Don't know 15 9. NA
VAR 38 MOTHER WORKED FOR PAY 8 Loc 53 width 1 MD=9 8 Did your mother ever work for pay as long as one year, before you were 14? Please tick one box only. 613 1. Yes 635 5. No 19 7. Did not grow up with mother 5 9. NA
VAR 39 MOTHER ALIVE 9 Loc 54 width 1 MD=9 9a Is your mother still alive? 829 1. Yes 442 5. No 1 9. NA
VAR 40 HOW OFTEN VISIT MOTHER 9 Loc 55 width 1 MD=0 9b How often do you see or visit your mother? Please tick one box only. 76 1. She lives in the same household 38 2. Daily 104 3. Several times a week 177 4. At least once a week 197 5. At least once a month 186 6. Several times a year 46 7. Less often 448 0. INAP/NA
VAR 41 DIVORCED 10 Loc 56 width 1 MD=9 10 Have you ever been divorced? 206 1. Yes 754 5. No 306 7. Never married 6 9. NA
VAR 42 PARTNER DIVORCED 11 Loc 57 width 1 MD=0 11 (MARRIED OR LIVING AS MARRIED) Have your husband or wife or partner ever been divorced? Tick one box only. 139 1. Yes 687 5. No 133 7. Never married 313 0. INAP/NA
VAR 43 LIV TOGETHER BEF MARR 12 Loc 58 width 1 MD=0 12 (MARRIED) Did you live with your husband/wife before you got married? 400 1. Yes 350 5. No 522 0. INAP/NA
VAR 44 LIVING TOGETH NOT MAR 13 Loc 59 width 1 MD=9 13 Did you ever live together with a partner you didn't marry? 203 1. Yes, with a previous partner 116 2. Yes, with my present partner 81 3. Yes, both with a previous partner and with my present partner 834 5. No never 38 9. NA
VAR 45 PAID MATERNITY LEAVE 14 Loc 60 width 1 MD=9 14 Do you agree or disagree ... ? 14a Working women should receive paid maternity leave when they have a baby. 646 1. Strongly agree 462 2. Agree 87 3. Neither agree nor disagree 21 4. Disagree 10 5. Strongly disagree 32 8. Don't know 14 9. NA
VAR 46 FIN BENEF CHILD CARE 14 Loc 61 width 1 MD=9 14b Families should receive financial benefits for child care when both parents work. <See Q.14 for complete questiontext> 220 1. Strongly agree 357 2. Agree 315 3. Neither agree nor disagree 241 4. Disagree 61 5. Strongly disagree 60 8. Don't know 18 9. NA
VAR 47 LEGAL RIGHT ABORTION 14 Loc 62 width 1 MD=9 14c A pregnant woman should be able to obtain a legal abortion for any reason whatsoever, if she chooses not to have the baby. <See Q.14 for complete questiontext> 462 1. Strongly agree 470 2. Agree 143 3. Neither agree nor disagree 64 4. Disagree 58 5. Strongly disagree 63 8. Don't know 12 9. NA
VAR 48 SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE 15 Loc 63 width 1 MD=9 15 Do you think it is wrong or not wrong if a man and a woman have sexual relations before marriage? 50 1. Always wrong 19 2. Almost always wrong 59 3. Sometimes wrong 1086 4. Not wrong at all 57 8. Don't know 1 9. NA
VAR 49 TEENAGERS HAVING SEX 16 Loc 64 width 1 MD=9 16 What if they are in their early teens, say under 16 years old, in that case is it ... 361 1. Always wrong 314 2. Almost always wrong 249 3. Sometimes wrong 193 4. Not wrong at all 128 8. Don't know 27 9. NA
VAR 50 SEX OUTSIDE MARRIAGE 17 Loc 65 width 1 MD=9 17 If a married person have sexual relations with someone other than his or her husband or wife, it is ... 834 1. Always wrong 314 2. Almost always wrong 63 3. Sometimes wrong 14 4. Not wrong at all 41 8. Don't know 6 9. NA
VAR 51 SEX WITH SAME SEX 18 Loc 66 width 1 MD=9 18 If two adults of the same sex have sexual relations with oneanother it is ... 562 1. Always wrong 62 2. Almost always wrong 56 3. Sometimes wrong 326 4. Not wrong at all 259 8. Don't know 7 9. NA
VAR 52 SEXUAL HARASSMENT 19 Loc 67 width 1 MD=9 19 Sometimes at work people find themselves the object of sexual advances, propositions, or unwanted sexual discussions from co-workers or supervisors. The advances sometimes involve physical contact and sometimes just involve sexual conversations. Has this ever happened to you? 177 1. Yes 1068 5. No 20 7. Never have worked 7 9. NA
VAR 53 FAMILY INCOME DISTRIB 20 Loc 68 width 1 MD=0 20 (MARRIED/LIVING AS MARRIED) How do you and your spouse/partner organize the income that one or both of you receive? 16 1. I manage all the money and give my partner his/her share 15 2. My partner manages all the money and gives me my share 566 3. We pool all the money and each take out what we need 212 4. We pool some of the money and keep the rest separate 96 5. We each keep our own money separate 367 0. INAP/NA
VAR 54 HOUSEWORK: LAUNDERING 21 Loc 69 width 1 MD=0 21 (MARRIED/LIVING AS MARRIED) In your household who does the following things ...? 21a Does the laundry. 381 1. Always the woman 343 2. Usually the woman 146 3. About equal or both together 18 4. Usually the man 11 5. Always the man 2 7. It is done by a third person 1 8. Don't know 370 0. INAP/NA
VAR 55 HOUSEWORK: SMALL REP. 21 Loc 70 width 1 MD=0 21b Makes small repairs around the house. <See Q.21 for complete questiontext> 4 1. Always the woman 15 2. Usually the woman 120 3. About equal or both together 377 4. Usually the man 357 5. Always the man 24 7. It is done by a third person 3 8. Don't know 372 0. INAP/NA
VAR 56 HOUSEWORK: CARES SICK 21 Loc 71 width 1 MD=0 21c Cares for sick family members. <See Q.21 for complete questiontext> 101 1. Always the woman 249 2. Usually the woman 470 3. About equal or both together 13 4. Usually the man 4 5. Always the man 9 7. It is done by a third person 37 8. Don't know 389 0. INAP/NA
VAR 57 HOUSEWORK: SHOPS 21 Loc 72 width 1 MD=0 21d Shops for groceries <See Q.21 for complete questiontext> 103 1. Always the woman 273 2. Usually the woman 448 3. About equal or both together 59 4. Usually the man 17 5. Always the man 1 7. It is done by a third person 1 8. Don't know 370 0. INAP/NA
VAR 58 HOUSEWORK: DECIDE DIN 21 Loc 73 width 1 MD=0 21e Decides what to have for dinner. <See Q.21 for complete questiontext> 141 1. Always the woman 366 2. Usually the woman 372 3. About equal or both together 20 4. Usually the man 1 5. Always the man 0 7. It is done by a third person 2 8. Don't know 370 0. INAP/NA
VAR 59 EARNS MOST IN THE FAM 22 Loc 74 width 1 MD=0 22 (MARRIED/LIVING AS MARRIED AND BOTH WORKING FOR PAY) Who earns more money? 368 1. The man earns much more 263 2. The man earns a bit more 103 3. We earn about the same amount 57 4. The woman earns a bit more 19 5. The woman earns much more 462 0. INAP/NA
VAR 60 WORK BEFORE CHILDREN 23 Loc 75 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23aa (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) Did you work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all after marrying and before you had children? 705 1. Worked full-time 54 3. Worked part-time 57 5. Stayed home 65 0. INAP 391 9. NA
VAR 61 WORK PRE-SCHOOL CHILD 23 Loc 76 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23ab (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) Did you work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all when a child was under school age? 425 1. Worked full-time 228 3. Worked part-time 166 5. Stayed home 46 0. INAP 407 9. NA
VAR 62 WORK SCHOOL CHILD 23 Loc 77 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23ac (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) Did you work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all after the youngest child started school? 381 1. Worked full-time 234 3. Worked part-time 46 5. Stayed home 187 0. INAP 424 9. NA
VAR 63 WORK CHILD LEFT HOME 23 Loc 78 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23ad (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) Did you work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all after the children left home? 347 1. Worked full-time 94 3. Worked part-time 19 5. Stayed home 367 0. INAP 445 9. NA
VAR 64 PART WORK BEF CHILD 23 Loc 79 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23ba (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) What about your spouse/partner at that time - did he or she work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all after marrying and before you had children? 695 1. Worked full-time 49 3. Worked part-time 60 5. Stayed home 75 0. INAP 393 9. NA
VAR 65 PART WORK PRE-SCHOOL 23 Loc 80 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23bb (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) What about your spouse/partner at that time - did he or she work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all when a child was under school-age? 503 1. Worked full-time 180 3. Worked part-time 123 5. Stayed home 59 0. INAP 407 9. NA
VAR 66 PART WORK SCHOOLCHILD 23 Loc 81 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23bc (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) What about your spouse/partner at that time - did he or she work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all after the youngest child started school? 424 1. Worked full-time 159 3. Worked part-time 49 5. Stayed home 210 0. INAP 430 9. NA
VAR 67 PART WORK CHILD LEFT 23 Loc 82 width 1 MD=0 or GE 9 23bd (HAVE EVER HAD CHILDREN) What about your spouse/partner at that time - did he or she work outside the home full-time, part-time, or not at all after the children left home? 341 1. Worked full-time 74 3. Worked part-time 17 5. Stayed home 389 0. INAP 451 9. NA
VAR 68 EMPLOYMENT STATUS 24 Loc 83 width 2 MD=99 24 Which of the following groups do you belong to? 559 01. Employed full-time (more than 35 hours/week) 197 02. Employed part-time (15-35 hours/week) 6 03. Employed less than 15 hours/week 4 04. Helping family member 80 05. Unemployed 26 06. In vocational training 110 07. Student 174 08. Retired 13 09. Housewife/homeduties 46 10. Permanently disabled 50 11. Other 7 99. NA
VAR 69 HOURS WORKED WEEKLY 25 Loc 85 width 2 MD=99 25 How many hours weekly do you normally work? 00. 0 hours . . 84. 84 hours 3 99. NA Kod: 0 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 Frek: 357 3 1 1 1 4 2 6 1 1 1 4 2 Kod: 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Frek: 5 2 49 1 2 7 8 10 4 4 16 2 64 Kod: 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Frek: 5 14 3 2 25 14 16 31 14 458 7 5 2 Kod: 45 46 47 48 50 54 55 57 58 60 65 70 84 Frek: 35 3 1 8 31 1 14 1 1 11 2 6 1 Kod: 99 Frek: 3
VAR 70 OCCUPATION 26 Loc 87 width 3 MD=999 26a What is your occupation? If you are retired or not working at present, specify your latest occupation. 9 001. Architects, civil engineers and civil engineering technicians 7 002. Electrical engineers and technicians 8 003. Electronics and teletechnical communications 9 004. Mechanical engineers and technicians 8 005. Chemical engineers and technicians 1 007. Engineers and engineering technicians n.e.c. 2 008. Surveyors and cartographical engineers and technicians 20 009. Technical workers n.e.c. 4 012. Laboratory technicians and assistants (not medical lab) 1 013. Laboratory assistants (medical lab) 4 016. Chemists, physicists, laboratory engineers 1 021. Biologists 2 022. Agricultural advisors 3 030. Principals, headmasters 6 031. University and higher education teachers 11 032. Secondary education teachers (theoretical subjects) 17 033. Primary education teachers 6 034. Secondary education teachers (aesthetical-practical subjects) 5 035. Technical education teachers 17 036. Pre-primary education teachers, recreation-activities organizers 8 039. Educational workers n.e.c. 3 041. Minister of religion 1 049. Religious workers n.e.c. 3 051. Judges and lawyers in courts of justice 1 052. Prosecutors, police commissioners 3 054. Legal advisers (in enterprises or other organisations) 6 061. Journalists, authors 3 062. Public relations and publicity officers 3 069. Literary and journalistic work 3 071. Sculptors, painters and commercial artists 1 073. Designers 2 075. Performing artists 1 076. Musicians 5 091. Librarians 2 092. Archivists and museum curators 5 101. Physicians and surgeons 1 102. Nursing administrators 17 103. Registered nurses 2 104. Midwives 6 105. Medical technicians 10 106. Attendants in psychiatric care 42 107. Assistant nurses and hospital aids 2 109. Health and nursing workers n.e.c. 1 111. Physiotherapists 3 112. Occupational therapists 4 121. Dentists 2 122. Dental hygienists 4 123. Dental assistants 1 131. Pharmacists 1 139. Pharmaceutical workers n.e.c. 6 151. Social and social welfare workers 4 152. Managers of social welfare institutions 41 153. Children's nurses 36 154. Home helpers 7 155. Managers and assistants (for the mentally retarded) 1 161. Occupational safety and public health inspectors 1 191. Psychologists 2 192. Dieticians and nutritionists 3 201. Legislators and administrators (central government) 5 203. Legislators and administrators (local government) 4 209. Government legislators and administrators n.e.c. 6 211. Business administrators 6 212. Organisation administrators 4 221. Personnel officers 1 222. Employment exchange officials 2 231. Auditors 32 232. Financial managers, accountants 20 241. Secretaries, stenographers 3 242. Typists 40 249. Clerical and related workers n.e.c. 16 251. Systems analysts, programmers 3 252. Computer operators 3 259. Computer processing workers (ADP) n.e.c. 7 261. Economists 12 292. Bank tellers and finance clerks 2 293. Insurance clerks 2 294. National insurance clerks 3 295. Tourists- and travel agency clerks 5 296. Forwarders, transport planners 4 297. Property managers 2 299. Administrative, managerial and clerical workers n.e.c. 2 312. Real estate and securities brokers 1 313. Business services salesmen 3 321. Buyers 19 331. Working proprietors, wholesale and retail trade 24 332. Salesmen (wholesale) 56 333. Shop assistants 5 339. Sales workers n.e.c. 17 400. Working proprietors in agriculture and forestry 1 403. Horticultural managers and supervisors 2 404. Forestry managers and supervisors 2 412. Livestock, dairy and poultry farm workers 6 413. Horticultural workers 1 419. Agricultural, horticultural and livestock workers n.e.c. 5 441. Loggers 1 501. Miners, quarrymen 1 612. Engine-room ratings 2 631. Railway engine drivers 5 640. Bus and taxi drivers 19 641. Lorry and pickup drivers 1 651. Air traffic controllers 6 652. Railway conductors and yardmen 6 671. Postmasters, post office clerks 3 674. Telephone operators 10 681. Mail sorting clerks and postmen 8 682. Messengers 1 705. Weaving and knitting machine setters 1 709. Textile workers n.e.c. 3 714. Upholsterers 6 716. Dressmakers and sewers 2 719. Tailoring and sewing workers n.e.c. 2 721. Shoemakers and shoe repairers 1 722. Shoe cutters, lasters and sewers 3 731. Furnacemen 1 733. Rolling-mill workers 1 735. Wire and tube drawers 2 736. Blacksmiths, hammersmiths and forgers 2 737. Metal casters and moulders 1 739. Metal processing workers n.e.c. 1 741. Precision-instrument makers 1 742. Watchmakers 10 751. Toolmakers, machinetool setters and operators 13 752. Machinery fitters 8 753. Machine assemblers and engine mechanics 1 754. Sheet-metal workers 8 755. Plumbers and pipe fitters 10 756. Welders and flame cutters 2 757. Structural metal prepares and erectors 9 759. Metal machine workers and building metal workers n.e.c. 14 761. Electrical fitters and wiremen 4 764. Tele- and electronic repairmen and litters 4 765. Electric linemen 1 766. Recording, sound and light equipment operators 7 772. Wood processing workers 1 775. Wooden boatbuilders coachbody builders 1 776. Cabinet makers and joiners 6 777. Woodworking machine operators 1 779. Wood workers n.e.c. 8 781. Building painters 1 782. Floor layers 4 783. Painters (others than building) 7 791. Bricklayers 5 793. Concrete workers 11 794. Construction carpenters 1 795. Insulators 1 796. Glaziers 8 799. Building and construction workers n.e.c. 4 803. Printing pressmen 2 804. Bookbinders 4 809. Printing workers n.e.c. 2 822. Bakers and pastry cooks 2 824. Brewers and other beverage makers 1 825. Canning workers 4 826. Butchers and meat preparers 3 829. Food processing and tobacco workers n.e.c. 1 831. Chemical process workers 2 833. Crushers, grinders and calender operators (chemical products) 3 834. Rubber products makers 2 835. Plastic products makers 1 839. Chemical processing workers n.e.c. 1 841. Paper pulp preparers 1 842. Paper makers 4 843. Paper products makers 4 859. Other production and related workers n.e.c. 4 861. Stationery engine and related equipment operators 4 872. Earth-moving and related machinery operators 6 873. Truck and conveyor operators 1 879. Material handling and related equipment operators n.e.c. 7 881. Packers 9 882. Store and warehouse workers 1 891. Unskilled manual workers 2 902. Chimney sweeps 5 903. Policemen 1 904. Custom officials 1 905. Prison and reformatory officials 3 906. Watchmen 1 909. Civilian protective service workers n.e.c. 6 911. Catering supervisors 7 912. Cooks 16 913. Kitchen assistants, restaurants workers 8 914. Waiters 2 915. Hotel managers, hotel receptionists 1 916. Pursers, stewards, stewardesses 9 931. Building caretakers 29 932. Cleaners 4 941. Hairdressers, beauticians 1 942. Bath attendants 2 951. Launderers and dry-cleaners 1 952. Pressers 3 961. Coaches, horse trainers 1 979. Service workers n.e.c. 6 981. Officers 140 999. NA
VAR 71 OCCUPATION SEI 26 Loc 90 width 2 MD=99 26a(1) Occupation - socio-economic classification <See Q.26a for complete questiontext> 107 11. Unskilled employees in goods production 228 12. Unskilled employees in service production 140 21. Skilled employees in goods production 89 22. Skilled employees in service production 72 33. Assistant non-manual employees, lower level 112 36. Assistant non-manual employees, higher level 209 46. Intermediate non-manual employees 68 56. Professionals and other higher non-manual employees 24 57. Upper-level executives 46 60. Self-employed professionals 36 79. Entrepreneurs 17 89. Farmers 124 99. NA
VAR 72 EMPLOYEE OR SELF-EMPL 27 Loc 92 width 1 MD=9 27 Are you (were you) an employee or self-employed? 61 1. Self-employed, no employee 32 2. Self-employed, 1-9 employees 3 3. Self-employed, more than 10 employees 1043 4. Employee 45 5. Never worked 15 6. Combined self employed and employee 73 9. NA
VAR 73 SUPERVISES OTHER 28 Loc 93 width 1 MD=9 28 Do you (did you) supervise the work of other employees? 364 1. Yes 794 5. No 43 7. Never worked 71 9. NA
VAR 74 PRIV OR PUBLIC SECTOR 29 Loc 94 width 1 MD=9 29 Do you (did you) mainly work in the private or public sector? 445 1. Public sector 106 2. Corporation owned by state 583 3. Private sector 45 7. Never worked 93 9. NA
VAR 75 TRADE UNION MEMBER 30 Loc 95 width 1 MD=9 30 Are you a member of a trade union? 438 1. LO 212 2. TCO 89 3. SACO 148 4. Other 345 5. None 40 9. NA
VAR 76 EDUCATION: CATEGORIES 31 Loc 96 width 2 MD=99 31a What is your highest educational qualification? 331 01. Primary school 170 02. Secondary school (2-years) 142 03. Vocational school 30 04. Residential college for adult education 73 05. Realskola 166 06. Secondary school (3 years) 37 07. Studentexamen 92 08. University - no completed degree 206 09. University - degree completed 25 99. NA
VAR 77 YEARS IN SCHOOL 31 Loc 98 width 2 MD=99 31b How many years have you attended school, all full time education included? Count from 1st grade of school. 01. 1 year . . 48. 48 years 123 99. NA Kod: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Frek: 3 5 5 11 4 44 90 60 114 90 174 168 102 Kod: 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 25 27 40 45 Frek: 73 60 55 37 28 5 9 3 3 1 2 1 1 Kod: 48 99 Frek: 1 123
VAR 78 INCOME PER MONTH 32 Loc 100 width 2 MD=99 32 What is your approximate income per month before taxes? 112 01. 0 - 4 000 SEK 206 02. 4 001 - 8 000 SEK 322 03. 8 001 - 12 000 SEK 313 04. 12 001 - 16 000 SEK 141 05. 16 001 - 20 000 SEK 51 06. 20 001 - 24 000 SEK 29 07. 24 001 - 28 000 SEK 31 08. 28 000 SEK and more 27 88. Don't know 40 99. NA
VAR 79 MARITAL STATUS 33 Loc 102 width 1 MD=9 33 Are you married, cohabiting or single? 656 1. Married 217 2. Living as married 59 3. Divorced 44 4. Widowed 263 5. Single 33 9. NA
VAR 80 SPOUSE EMPLOYM STATUS 34 Loc 103 width 2 MD= 0 34 (MARRIED/COHABITING) Which of following groups does your spouse/partner belong to? 432 01. Employed full time (35+ hours weekly) 144 02. Employed part time (15-35 hours weekly) 4 03. Employed less than 15 hours weekly 2 04. Helping family member 49 05. Unemployed 14 06. Vocational training, relief work 23 07. Student 129 08. Retired 14 09. Housewife/home duties 34 10. Permanently disabled 34 11. Other 393 00. INAP/NA
VAR 81 SPOUSE OCCUPATION 35 Loc 105 width 3 MD= 0 or GE 999 35a (MARRIED/COHABITING) What is your spouse's/partner's occupation? If he/she is retired or not working at present, specify his/her latest occupation. 15 001. Architects, civil engineers and civil engineering technicians 9 003. Electronics and teletechnical communications 11 004. Mechanical engineers and technicians 4 005. Chemical engineers and technicians 1 006. Metallurgists, mining and petroleum engineers and technicians 1 007. Engineers and engineering technicians n.e.c. 1 008. Surveyors and cartographical engineers and technicians 20 009. Technical workers n.e.c. 2 012. Laboratory technicians and assistants (not medical lab) 3 013. Laboratory assistants (medical lab) 6 016. Chemists, physicists, laboratory engineers 2 021. Biologists 2 023. Forestry advisors 2 030. Principals, headmasters 2 031. University and higher education teachers 8 032. Secondary education teachers (theoretical subjects) 5 033. Primary education teachers 11 034. Secondary education teachers (aesthetical-practical subjects) 5 035. Technical education teachers 15 036. Pre-primary education teachers, recreation-activities organizers 2 039. Educational workers n.e.c. 3 041. Minister of religion 2 049. Religious workers n.e.c. 1 051. Judges and lawyers in courts of justice 1 053. Other jurists (private practice) 4 054. Legal advisers (in enterprises or other organisations) 4 061. Journalists, authors 3 062. Public relations and publicity officers 1 069. Literary and journalistic work 2 071. Sculptors, painters and commercial artists 1 073. Designers 1 075. Performing artists 2 076. Musicians 2 079. Artistic workers n.e.c. 3 091. Librarians 7 101. Physicians and surgeons 7 103. Registered nurses 1 104. Midwives 2 105. Medical technicians 7 106. Attendants in psychiatric care 38 107. Assistant nurses and hospital aids 1 109. Health and nursing workers n.e.c. 2 111. Physiotherapists 6 112. Occupational therapists 2 121. Dentists 6 123. Dental assistants 1 131. Pharmacists 2 139. Pharmaceutical workers n.e.c. 5 151. Social and social welfare workers 4 152. Managers of social welfare institutions 26 153. Children's nurses 21 154. Home helpers 3 155. Managers and assistants (for the mentally retarded) 1 159. Social workers n.e.c. 1 161. Occupational safety and public health inspectors 1 162. Safety engineers, ergonomists 2 191. Psychologists 1 199. Health, nursing and social workers n.e.c. 1 201. Legislators and administrators (central government) 4 203. Legislators and administrators (local government) 1 209. Government legislators and administrators n.e.c. 22 211. Business administrators 2 212. Organisation administrators 2 221. Personnel officers 2 222. Employment exchange officials 6 231. Auditors 7 232. Financial managers, accountants 1 239. Accounting workers n.e.c. 6 241. Secretaries, stenographers 31 249. Clerical and related workers n.e.c. 5 251. Systems analysts, programmers 1 252. Computer operators 2 259. Computer processing workers (ADP) n.e.c. 7 261. Economists 13 292. Bank tellers and finance clerks 2 293. Insurance clerks 3 296. Forwarders, transport planners 1 297. Property managers 1 299. Administrative, managerial and clerical workers n.e.c. 4 311. Advertising salesmen 2 312. Real estate and securities brokers 3 313. Business services salesmen 3 321. Buyers 16 331. Working proprietors, wholesale and retail trade 18 332. Salesmen (wholesale) 30 333. Shop assistants 2 339. Sales workers n.e.c. 12 400. Working proprietors in agriculture and forestry 1 401. Horticultural farmers 2 403. Horticultural managers and supervisors 2 404. Forestry managers and supervisors 2 412. Livestock, dairy and poultry farm workers 3 413. Horticultural workers 1 431. Fishermen 5 441. Loggers 1 449. Forestry workers n.e.c. 2 501. Miners, quarrymen 1 601. Ships' deck officers 1 611. Ship's deck ratings 1 621. Aircraft pilots, navigators and flight engineers 5 631. Railway engine drivers 6 640. Bus and taxi drivers 23 641. Lorry and pickup drivers 3 652. Railway conductors and yardmen 2 662. Air-control officers, flight dispatchers 1 663. Railway station masters, train dispatchers 1 664. Road transport supervisors 1 671. Postmasters, post office clerks 6 673. Telecommunications clerks 2 681. Mail sorting clerks and postmen 3 682. Messengers 1 709. Textile workers n.e.c. 1 714. Upholsterers 1 715. Patternmakers and cutters 1 716. Dressmakers and sewers 1 731. Furnacemen 1 736. Blacksmiths, hammersmiths and forgers 1 741. Precision-instrument makers 7 751. Toolmakers, machinetool setters and operators 10 752. Machinery fitters 9 753. Machine assemblers and engine mechanics 5 754. Sheet-metal workers 7 755. Plumbers and pipe fitters 4 756. Welders and flame cutters 1 757. Structural metal prepares and erectors 6 759. Metal machine workers and building metal workers n.e.c. 13 761. Electrical fitters and wiremen 1 763. Electrical machinery assemblers and repairmen 3 764. Tele- and electronic repairmen and litters 1 765. Electric linemen 1 766. Recording, sound and light equipment operators 2 772. Wood processing workers 2 776. Cabinet makers and joiners 1 777. Woodworking machine operators 1 779. Wood workers n.e.c. 11 781. Building painters 1 783. Painters (others than building) 5 791. Bricklayers 2 793. Concrete workers 8 794. Construction carpenters 1 796. Glaziers 11 799. Building and construction workers n.e.c. 1 803. Printing pressmen 1 804. Bookbinders 4 809. Printing workers n.e.c. 1 811. Glassformers and cutters 1 823. Chocolate and confectionery makers 3 829. Food processing and tobacco workers n.e.c. 2 831. Chemical process workers 2 834. Rubber products makers 1 842. Paper makers 1 843. Paper products makers 1 851. Cast concrete product makers 1 853. Musical instrument makers and tuners 3 859. Other production and related workers n.e.c. 1 861. Stationery engine and related equipment operators 2 871. Crane and hoist operators 5 872. Earth-moving and related machinery operators 4 873. Truck and conveyor operators 1 879. Material handling and related equipment operators n.e.c. 2 881. Packers 8 882. Store and warehouse workers 2 901. Fire-fighters 4 903. Policemen 1 904. Custom officials 1 905. Prison and reformatory officials 2 906. Watchmen 1 911. Catering supervisors 8 912. Cooks 13 913. Kitchen assistants, restaurants workers 2 914. Waiters 2 916. Pursers, stewards, stewardesses 4 931. Building caretakers 16 932. Cleaners 5 941. Hairdressers, beauticians 1 971. Undertakers 4 981. Officers 393 000. INAP 59 999. NA
VAR 82 SPOUSE OCCUPATION SEI 35 Loc 108 width 2 MD=99 35a(1) Spouse's/partner's occupation - socio-economic classification <See Q.35a for complete questiontext> 56 11. Unskilled employees in goods production 145 12. Unskilled employees in service production 112 21. Skilled employees in goods production 77 22. Skilled employees in service production 42 33. Assistant non-manual employees, lower level 81 36. Assistant non-manual employees, higher level 163 46. Intermediate non-manual employees 49 56. Professionals and other higher non-manual employees 16 57. Upper-level executives 47 60. Self-employed professionals 29 79. Entrepreneurs 12 89. Farmers 50 98. Unidentified 393 99. INAP
VAR 83 SPOUSE: SELF-EMPLOYED 36 Loc 110 width 1 MD=0 36 Are your (were your) spouse/partner an employee or self-employed? 62 1. Self-employed, no employee 31 2. Self-employed, 1-9 employees 10 3. Self-employed, more than 10 employees 729 4. Employee 15 5. Never worked 7 6. Combined self employed and employee 418 0. NA
VAR 84 FAMILY INCOME 37 Loc 111 width 2 MD=99 37 What is your household's approximate income per month before taxes? 126 01. 0 - 4 000 SEK 160 02. 4 001 - 8 000 SEK 177 03. 8 001 - 12 000 SEK 150 04. 12 001 - 16 000 SEK 152 05. 16 001 - 20 000 SEK 144 06. 20 001 - 24 000 SEK 77 07. 24 001 - 28 000 SEK 59 08. 28 000 SEK and more 92 88. Don't know 135 99. NA
VAR 85 2ND PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 113 width 2 MD= 0 38 How many persons apart from yourself are included in your household. 38(1) 2nd person in household: Age 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 312 00. INAP/NA Kod: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Frek: 12 5 6 8 9 10 2 8 2 8 2 4 5 Kod: 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Frek: 6 6 5 6 8 7 8 8 9 13 14 13 10 Kod: 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Frek: 15 23 14 22 11 7 15 13 13 17 18 14 18 Kod: 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Frek: 17 14 20 19 12 23 22 21 26 22 37 18 31 Kod: 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 Frek: 21 16 17 16 13 7 10 20 11 10 15 7 11 Kod: 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 Frek: 9 18 8 11 12 8 10 7 5 7 5 2 2 Kod: 79 80 82 84 0 Frek: 3 1 1 1 312
VAR 86 2ND PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 115 width 1 MD=0 38(2) 2nd person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 559 1. Male 402 2. Female 311 0. INAP/NA
VAR 87 3RD PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 116 width 2 MD= 0 38(3) 3rd person in household: Age <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 723 00. INAP/NA Kod: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Frek: 26 25 19 21 22 20 18 17 9 18 15 19 25 Kod: 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Frek: 22 20 22 23 31 17 27 10 4 6 2 3 1 Kod: 27 28 29 30 32 33 34 35 37 38 40 41 42 Frek: 2 2 3 1 3 3 1 1 2 4 2 3 1 Kod: 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 53 54 55 56 Frek: 3 5 1 6 7 6 5 5 3 2 1 1 2 Kod: 57 58 62 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 75 76 77 Frek: 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 2 3 Kod: 78 79 80 82 83 87 89 91 0 Frek: 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 723
VAR 88 3RD PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 118 width 1 MD=0 38(4) 3rd person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 270 1. Male 282 2. Female 720 0. INAP/NA
VAR 89 4TH PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 119 width 2 MD= 0 38(5) 4th person in household: Age <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 929 00. INAP/NA Kod: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Frek: 26 20 25 16 14 13 13 10 14 15 17 12 14 Kod: 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 28 30 Frek: 17 11 12 9 10 6 5 7 5 2 4 3 2 Kod: 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 40 41 43 44 45 46 Frek: 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 3 2 3 Kod: 47 48 49 67 76 77 78 79 80 81 84 86 89 Frek: 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 Kod: 92 0 Frek: 1 929
VAR 90 4TH PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 121 width 1 MD=0 38(6) 4th person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 166 1. Male 178 2. Female 928 0. INAP/NA
VAR 91 5TH PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 122 width 2 MD= 0 38(7) 5th person in household: Age <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 1166 00. INAP/NA Kod: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Frek: 14 7 4 3 4 6 9 3 5 9 5 Kod: 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 Frek: 6 4 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 Kod: 27 33 36 40 41 42 45 49 84 85 87 Frek: 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 Kod: 88 0 Frek: 1 1166
VAR 92 5TH PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 124 width 1 MD=0 38(8) 5th person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 55 1. Male 51 2. Female 1166 0. INAP/NA
VAR 93 6TH PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 125 width 2 MD= 0 38(9) 6th person in household: Age <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 1243 00. INAP/NA Kod: 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 11 12 18 20 Frek: 4 1 3 2 3 1 2 1 2 2 1 Kod: 32 37 48 50 86 91 0 Frek: 2 1 1 1 1 1 1243
VAR 94 6TH PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 127 width 1 MD=0 38(10) 6th person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 14 1. Male 15 2. Female 1243 0. INAP/NA
VAR 95 7TH PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 128 width 2 MD= 0 38(11) 7th person in household: Age <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 1265 00. INAP/NA Kod: 1 3 8 37 44 51 0 Frek: 2 1 1 1 1 1 1265
VAR 96 7TH PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 130 width 1 MD=0 38(12) 7th person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 5 1. Male 2 2. Female 1265 0. INAP/NA
VAR 97 8TH PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 131 width 2 MD= 0 38(13) 8th person in household: Age <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 1270 00. INAP/NA Kod: 2 4 0 Frek: 1 1 1270
VAR 98 8TH PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 133 width 1 MD=0 38(14) 8th person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 2 1. Male 0 2. Female 1270 0. INAP/NA
VAR 99 9TH PERSON: AGE 38 Loc 134 width 2 MD= 0 38(15) 9th person in household: Age <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 01. 1 year . . 92. 92 years 1271 00. INAP/NA Kod: 2 0 Frek: 1 1271
VAR 100 9TH PERSON: SEX 38 Loc 136 width 1 MD=0 38(16) 9th person in household: Sex <See Q.38 for complete questiontext> 1 1. Male 0 2. Female 1271 0. INAP/NA
VAR 101 PARENTS SWED CITIZENS 39 Loc 137 width 1 MD=9 39 Were both of your parents citizens of Sweden at the time of your birth? 1100 1. Yes 23 2. No, only one parent was a citizen of Sweden 136 3. No, neither parent was a citizen of Sweden 13 9. NA
VAR 102 PARTY AFFILIATION 40 Loc 138 width 2 MD=99 40 Which political party do you most agree with? 44 01. Centerpartiet (Centre Party) 51 02. Folkpartiet liberalerna (Peoples Party the Liberals) 26 03. Kristdemokratiska samhällspartiet (Christian Democrats) 24 04. Miljöpartiet - de gröna (Green Party) 167 05. Moderata samlingspartiet (Conservative Party) 19 06. Ny demokrati (New Democracy) 463 07. Socialdemokratiska arbetarpartiet (Social Democrats) 30 08. Vänsterpartiet (Left Party) 12 09. Other party 389 10. No party preference 47 99. NA
VAR 103 SUBJ. SOCIAL CLASS 41 Loc 140 width 1 MD=9 41 Sometimes people say that there are different social groups or social classes. If you would attribute yourself to a social class, which one of the following would it be? 15 1. Lower class 440 2. Working class 5 3. Upper working class/lower middle class 537 4. Middle class 129 5. Upper middle class 13 6. Upper class 113 8. Don't know 20 9. NA
VAR 104 CHURCH OR REL. GROUP 42 Loc 141 width 1 MD=9 42a Do you belong to any church or religious group? 892 1. Yes 352 5. No 28 9. NA
VAR 105 RELIGIOUS DENOMIN. 42 Loc 142 width 1 MD=0 42b (BELONGS TO CHURCH/RELIGIOUS GROUP) Which church or religious group? 835 1. Church of Sweden 72 2. Other christian community 19 3. Other non-christian religion 346 0. INAP, NA
VAR 106 CHURCH ATTENDANCE 43 Loc 143 width 1 MD=9 43 How often do you attend church or other religious meetings? 45 1. At least once a week 27 2. 2-3 times a month 38 3. Once a month 121 4. Several times a year 656 5. Less often 344 6. Never 18 8. Don't know 23 9. NA
VAR 107 SEX Loc 144 width 1 Sex 597 1. Male 675 2. Female
VAR 108 AGE Loc 145 width 2 Age 18. 18 years . . 76. 76 years Kod: 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Frek: 4 28 20 29 25 31 26 23 13 31 29 24 23 20 18 34 30 29 Kod: 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Frek: 29 14 19 22 23 24 30 20 32 27 27 18 31 30 24 27 20 20 Kod: 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 Frek: 22 22 20 14 18 19 15 20 13 24 12 22 15 18 15 15 19 23 Kod: 72 73 74 75 76 Frek: 12 23 21 9 7
VAR 109 MARITAL STATUS Loc 147 width 1 Marital status of respondent 660 1. Married 47 2. Widowed 116 3. Divorced 9 4. Separated 440 5. Single, never married
VAR 110 SIZE OF HOUSEHOLD Loc 148 width 1 Number of persons in household (including respondent) 310 1. One person 410 2. Two persons 209 3. Three persons 237 4. Four persons 77 5. Five persons 22 6. Six persons 5 7. Seven persons 1 8. Eight persons 1 9. Nine persons
VAR 111 NATIONALITY Loc 149 width 1 Primary and present nationality 1133 1. Swedish citizen since birth 80 2. Primary: foreign citizen; present: Swedish citizen 59 3. Foreign citizen
VAR 112 BIRTH COUNTRY Loc 150 width 1 Birth country 1146 1. Born in Sweden 126 2. Born outside Sweden
VAR 113 REGION Loc 151 width 1 Region "Län" approximate to English "county" 240 1. Stockholm (Stockholms län) 219 2. East mid (Uppsala, Södermanlands, Östergötlands, Örebro and Västmanlands län) 109 3. Småland and Gotland (Jönköpings, Kronobergs, Kalmar and Gotlands län) 180 4. South (Blekinge, Kristianstads and Malmöhus län) 251 5. West (Hallands, Göteborgs and Bohus, Älvsborgs and Skaraborgs län) 132 6. North mid (Värmlands, Kopparbergs and Gävleborgs län) 60 7. Mid north (Västernorrlands and Jämtlands län) 81 8. North (Västerbottens and Norrbottens län)
VAR 114 URBAN - RURAL AREA Loc 152 width 1 Urban - rural area 232 1. Stockholm including the suburb municipalities 461 3. Municipalities (MC) with more than 90 000 inhabitants within an area of 30 kilometres radius from the MC centre 250 4. MC:s with more than 27 000 inhabitants and less than 90 000 inhabitants within an area of 30 kilometres radius of the MC centre and in the same time with more than 30 000 inhabitants within 100 kilometres radius of the MC centre 74 5. MC:s with more than 27 000 inhabitants and less than 90 000 inhabitants within an area of 30 kilometres radius of the MC centre and in the same time with less than 30 000 inhabitants within 100 kilometres radius of the MC centre 63 6. MC:s with less than 27 000 inhabitants within an area of 30 kilometres radius of the centre 115 8. Göteborg including the suburb municipalities 77 9. Malmö, Lund, Trelleborg including the suburb municipalities
VAR 115 ANNUAL INCOME Loc 153 width 3 Annual income before taxes 30 000. No income 001. 1 000 SEK . . 951. 951 000 SEK Valid-n=1272 Min=0 Max=951 Mean=138.5 St.Dev=95.1
VAR 116 EDUCATION II Loc 156 width 1 MD=9 Education II The numbers within brackets refer to values on question 31 a (VAR 76). 331 1. Primary school (1) 415 2. Secondary 2-year (2-5) 203 3. Secondary 3-year (6-7) 298 4. University (8-9) 25 9. NA
VAR 117 EMPLOYEE OR SELFEMPLOYED Loc 157 width 1 MD=9 Employee or self-employed 96 1. Self-employed 1043 2. Employee 15 3. Combination self-employed and employee 45 4. Never worked 73 9. NA
VAR 118 NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES Loc 158 width 1 MD=9 Number of employees 1164 0. No employees 32 1. 1-10 employees 3 2. More than 10 employees 73 9. NA