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Household Grid module
qc_hhgrid_w2_more == 1 qc_hhgrid_w2_more == 1
If household member was not absent last wave at boarding school, in halls of residence or in an institution

I have the first/next person in the household as [ff_ttl] [ff_forname] [ff_surname]. [Does he/she still live here?]/[Is this new person resident/living here or absent/temporarily away? {if More = 1}]

RECORD THE CURRENT STATUS OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBER - PROBE WHERE NECESSARY TO DETERMINE MOST APPROPRIATE CATEGORY

1
Resident /Living here
2
Absent / Temporarily away (e.g. at boarding school, in hospital, working away, on holiday/travelling)
3
In prison
4
Not resident, having moved
7
SPONTANEOUS: Deceased
If Currently in prison
qc_hhgrid_w3_curstat == 3

Will [ff_forname] come back and live in this household when they are released?

IF REFUSAL AT THIS QUESTION / UNSURE WHETHER SAMPLE MEMBER WILL RETURN TO HOUSEHOLD, CODE 1 'YES'.

1
Yes
2
No
If household member was absent last wave in boarding school

Last time, [ff_ttl] [ff_forname] [ff_surname] was away at boarding school. Is [ff_forname] still at boarding school?

CODE 1 IF RESPONDENT IS AT BOARDING SCHOOL EVEN IF NOT THE SAME BOARDING SCHOOL AS LAST YEAR

1
Yes, still living at boarding school
2
No, is living here
3
No, is living here but is absent/temporarily away
4
No, is living elsewhere
7
SPONTANEOUS: Deceased
If household member was absent last wave in halls of residence

Last time, [ff_ttl] [ff_forname] [ff_surname] was living in university halls of residence. Is [ff_forname] still living in halls of residence?

CODE 1 IF RESPONDENT IS IN HALLS OF RESIDENCE EVEN IF NOT THE SAME HALLS OR UNIVERSITY AS LAST YEAR

1
Yes, still living in halls of residence
2
No, is living here
3
No, is living here but is absent/temporarily away
4
No, is living elsewhere
7
SPONTANEOUS: Deceased
If household member was absent last wave in institutional accommodation

Last year, [ff_ttl] [ff_forname] [ff_surname] was away when we were interviewing or was otherwise living in institutional accommodation. Is [ff_forname] still away or living in an institution?

CODE 1 IF RESPONDENT IS IN AN INSTITUTION EVEN IF NOT THE SAME INSTITUTION AS LAST YEAR

1
Yes, still living in an institution
2
No, is living here
3
No, is living here but is absent/temporarily away
4
No, is living elsewhere
7
SPONTANEOUS: Deceased
If issued household member and is not deceased
qc_hhgrid_w3_curstat < 7 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absboard < 7 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absuni < 7 || qc_hhgrid_w3_insstat < 7

I would just like to check that I have the name correct. [ff_ttl] [ff_forname] [ff_surname]Is that correct?

PLEASE CHECK FOR ANY SPELLING ERRORS OR CHANGES OF NAME E.G. ON MARRIAGE/DIVORCE. CODE 1 'OK' IF NAME IS CORRECT EVEN IF THE PERSON IS NO LONGER A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER CODE 2 'AMEND' ONLY IF ONE OR MORE ELEMENTS OF THE NAME HAVE CHANGED OR ARE INCORRECT OR MISSING

1
Name as displayed is correct
2
Details are wrong or have changed
If name details are incorrect, have changed or are missing or new entrant to household
qc_hhgrid_w3_cor == 2

RECORD A NAME/IDENTIFIER FOR ALL [NEW] {IF MORE = 1} MEMBERS OF THE HOUSEHOLD INCLUDING BABIES AND ALL CHILDREN.

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What is [name] 's surname?

IF [NAME] 'S SURNAME IS ' [FF_SURNAME] ', PRESS THE DOUBLE INVERTED COMMA KEY (")

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What title does [NAME] use?

1
Mr
2
Master
3
Mrs
4
Ms
5
Miss
6
Other title
If New entrant to household

Why did [name] join the household?

1
New baby
2
Cohabitation/marriage/civil partnership
3
From college/university
4
From institution
5
Was resident last wave/never left
6
Moved in with parent/relative
7
Shared accommodation
97
Other
If joined household for reasons of cohabitation/marriage/civil partnership, from college/university, from an institution, moved in with parent/relative, shared accommodation or some other reason
qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 3 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 6 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 7 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 97

[Has [name]] / [Have you] ever taken part in this study in the past?

THIS STUDY INCLUDES 'UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY', 'LIVING IN BRITAIN', 'LIVING IN SCOTLAND', 'LIVING IN WALES' AND 'THE NORTHERN IRELAND HOUSEHOLD PANEL STUDY'. THE PERSON NEED NOT HAVE BEEN INTERVIEWED BEFORE, BUT RESIDENT IN A HOUSEHOLD WHICH WAS PART OF THE STUDY

1
Yes, in this household
2
Yes, in another household
3
No, new entrant
If rejoiner or was resident last wave but otherwise not issued to this address
qc_hhgrid_w3_joiner == 1 || qc_hhgrid_w3_joiner == 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 5

[Has [name] ] / [Have you] ever taken part in this study in the past? CODE NUMBER OF REJOINER FROM LIST. IF NOT FOUND, ENTER 0

0
Not found
1
[ff_forname] [ff_surname] [ff_sex] [ff_dobd] / [ff_dobm] / [ff_doby]
2
[ff_forname] [ff_surname] [ff_sex] [ff_dobd] / [ff_dobm] / [ff_doby]
3
[ff_forname] [ff_surname] [ff_sex] [ff_dobd] / [ff_dobm] / [ff_doby]
If split-off household and not found in potential rejoiner list
qc_hhgrid_w3_rejoiner == 0

[Has [name] ] / [Have you] ever taken part in this study in the past? CODE NUMBER FROM ORIGINAL HOUSEHOLD ROSTER. IF NOT FOUND, ENTER 0

0
Not found
1
[ff_forname] [ff_surname] [ff_sex] [ff_dobd] / [ff_dobm] / [ff_doby]
2
[ff_forname] [ff_surname] [ff_sex] [ff_dobd] / [ff_dobm] / [ff_doby]
3
[ff_forname] [ff_surname] [ff_sex] [ff_dobd] / [ff_dobm] / [ff_doby]
If joined household for reasons of cohabitation/marriage/civil partnership, from college/university, from an institution, moved in with parent/relative, shared accommodation or some other reason
qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 3 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 6 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 7 || qc_hhgrid_w3_ynew == 97

What month did [name] move to this address? ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

And what year did [name] move to this address? ENTER YEAR

hhgrid_w3_joinyear
If not resident at this address
qc_hhgrid_w3_curstat == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absboard == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absuni == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_insstat == 4

Did [NAME] move to the same address with any other household members?

1
Yes
2
No
If moved with another household member
qc_hhgrid_w3_mothr == 1

Who else did [NAME] move with?

PLEASE SELECT PERSON NUMBER(S) OF ALL MOVERS TO SAME ADDRESS FROM LIST DISPLAYED BELOW. CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 1]
2
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 2]
3
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 3]
4
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 4]
5
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 5]
6
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 6]
7
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 7]
8
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 8]
9
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 9]
10
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 10]
11
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 11]
12
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 12]
13
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 13]
14
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 14]
15
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 15]
16
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 16]
If last PNO in current enumeration, including issued residents, issued absents, issued institutionalised and new household members

Is there anyone else who normally lives here, such as babies or lodgers, or anyone who usually lives here but is away at the moment?

1
Yes
2
No
_leaver [] _leaver []
If no longer resident at this address or was absent but has now moved
qc_hhgrid_w3_curstat == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absboard == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absuni == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_insstat == 4

Why did [ff_forname] move?

1
Deceased {autofill if CurStat = 7 or AbsBoard = 7 or AbsUni = 7 or InsStat = 7 or ff_dead = 1}
2
Separated/Divorced/Dissolved civil partnership
3
To attend college/university
4
Moved to old person&amp;#39;s home/nursing home
5
Sent to prison
6
Left for job
7
Cohabitation/moved in with partner
8
Marriage/civil partnership
9
To set up own home
10
Child/dependent moved with (responsible) adult/carer
97
Other
If no longer resident at this address, including deceased
qc_hhgrid_w3_curstat > 3 || qc_hhgrid_w3_prison == 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absboard > 3 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absuni > 3 || qc_hhgrid_w3_insstat > 3

[What month did [ff_forname] move?] {if CurStat = 4| AbsBoard = 4 | AbsUni = 4 | InsStat = 4} / [What month did [ff_forname] go to prison?] {if prison = 2 | LvWhy = 5} / [I am sorry to hear about [ff_forname]. When did that happen?] {if CurStat = 7 | AbsBoard = 7 | AbsUni = 7 | InsStat = 7}

ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

[(What year did [ff_forname] move?)] {if CurStat = 4| AbsBoard = 4 | AbsUni = 4 | InsStat = 4} / [(What year did [ff_forname] go to prison?)] {if prison = 2 | LvWhy = 5} / [(What year did [NAME] pass away?] {if CurStat = 7 | AbsBoard = 7 | AbsUni = 7 | InsStat = 7}

ENTER YEAR

hhgrid_w3_moveyr
If no longer resident at this address and not sent to prison and move is not already accounted for
(qc_hhgrid_w3_curstat == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absboard == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_absuni == 4 || qc_hhgrid_w3_insstat == 4) && qc_hhgrid_w3_lvwhy != 5

To what address did [ff_forname] move? ENTER FIRST LINE OF ADDRESS - HOUSE NUMBER OR NAME AND DETAILS OF ROAD(S). IF NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K

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To what address did [ff_forname] move? ENTER POSTAL TOWN. IF POSTAL TOWN IS NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K.

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To what address did [ff_forname] move? ENTER POSTAL CODE. IF COMPLETE POSTAL CODE IS NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K.

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If any part of new address is unknown
qc_hhgrid_w3_movadd1 == "dk" || qc_hhgrid_w3_movtown == "dk" || qc_hhgrid_w3_movpcod == "dk"

To what address did [ff_forname] move? PROBE FOR AREA TO WHICH [FF_FORNAME] MOVED. IF HOUSE AND ROAD NOT KNOWN, PROBE FOR VILLAGE, TOWN, COUNTY, REGION. ATTEMPT TO GAIN AS FULL ADDRESS INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE. IF MOVED ABROAD, RECORD COUNTRY.

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What is [ff_forname]'s contact telephone number?

IF NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K. IF NOT PREPARED TO GIVE IT TO YOU, ENTER CTRL + R.

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If Any potential rejoiners to household are in untraced split-off households and not found as a rejoiner
_untracedhousehold [] _untracedhousehold []

The last time we interviewed at this household, we learned that [ [list each ff_potrejoiner e.g. ]] {if ff_potrejoiner = 2 & newper <> 2 & newper <> 3} had left. We have been unable to locate them but would still like to speak to them. Do you have any information about how to contact them?

1
Yes
2
No
3
SPONTANEOUS Listed sample members unknown to respondent
4
Has rejoined household
If Has information about how to contact an untraced split-off hh
qc_hhgrid_w3_utinfo == 1

Do you have an address, telephone number, e-mail address or some other type of information for [ff_forname ff_surname]?

CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Address
2
Phone number
3
E-mail address
97
Other information
If Has address for untraced split-off hh
qc_hhgrid_w3_uttype == 1

Please tell me the first line of their address.

ENTER FIRST LINE OF ADDRESS - HOUSE NUMBER OR NAME AND DETAILS OF ROAD(S). IF NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K

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And in which town is that?

ENTER POSTAL TOWN. IF POSTAL TOWN IS NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K

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And the postcode please if you know it.

ENTER POSTAL CODE. IF COMPLETE POSTAL CODE IS NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K

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If Any part of new address is not known
qc_hhgrid_w3_utadd1 == "dk" || qc_hhgrid_w3_uttown == "dk" || qc_hhgrid_w3_utpcode == "dk"

PROBE FOR AREA. IF HOUSE AND ROAD NOT KNOWN, PROBE FOR VILLAGE, TOWN, COUNTY, REGION. ATTEMPT TO GAIN AS FULL ADDRESS INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE. IF MOVED ABROAD, RECORD COUNTRY.

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If Has telephone number for untraced split-off hh
qc_hhgrid_w3_uttype == 2

What is their telephone number?

USE ONLY NUMBERS, SPACES AND "-"

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If Telephone number provided
qc_hhgrid_w3_uttel1 != "dk" || qc_hhgrid_w3_uttel1 != "ref"

Would you have a second telephone number, for example a work, mobile or landline number?

USE ONLY NUMBERS, SPACES AND "-" IF NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K. IF NOT PREPARED TO GIVE IT TO YOU, ENTER CTRL + R.

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If Has e-mail address for untraced split-off hh
qc_hhgrid_w3_uttype == 3

What is their e-mail address?

ENTER E-MAIL ADDRESS

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If Has other contact details for untraced split-off hh
qc_hhgrid_w3_uttype == 97

Is there any other information which you think might be useful?

ENTER OTHER INFORMATION HERE

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_member [] _member []
If rejoiner or issued in household

INTERVIEWER: IS SEX OF [FF_FORENAME] [FF_SEX] ? CHECK WITH RESPONDENT IF NECESSARY

1
Yes
2
No
If sex check is incorrect or individual is a new household member or is a rejoiner not found in the data
qc_hhgrid_w2_sexchk == 2

INTERVIEWER: CODE SEX OF [NAME] / [FF_FORENAME] . [AT LAST INTERVIEW, SEX RECORDED AS [FF_SEX] ] {IF SEXCHK = 2}

1
Male
2
Female
If rejoiner or issued in household

I have [your / [ff_forname]'s] date of birth as [ff_birthd, ff_birthm, ffbirthy]. Is that correct?

1
Yes
2
No
If DOB check is incorrect or individual is a new household member or is a rejoiner not found in the data
qc_hhgrid_w3_birthchk == 2

What is [NAME]/[ff_forename]'s date of birth? ENTER DAY OF MONTH

[AT LAST INTERVIEW DATE OF BIRTH WAS RECORDED AS [FF_BIRTHD, FF_BIRTHM, FFBIRTHY] ] {IF BIRTHCHK = 2}

hhgrid_w3_birthd

(What is [NAME]/[ff_forename]'s date of birth?) ENTER MONTH

[AT LAST INTERVIEW DATE OF BIRTH WAS RECORDED AS [FF_BIRTHD, FF_BIRTHM, FFBIRTHY] ] {IF BIRTHCHK = 2}

hhgrid_w3_birthm

(What is [NAME]/[ff_forename]'s date of birth?) ENTER YEAR

[AT LAST INTERVIEW DATE OF BIRTH WAS RECORDED AS [FF_BIRTHD, FF_BIRTHM, FFBIRTHY] ] {IF BIRTHCHK = 2}

hhgrid_w3_birthy
If Year of birth is not known or refused
qc_hhgrid_w3_birthy == "dk" || qc_hhgrid_w3_birthy == "ref"

What was [NAME]/[ff_forename]'s age last birthday?

IF YEAR OF BIRTH NOT GIVEN, 'What was your age last birthday?' IF RESPONDENTS REFUSE TO GIVE THEIR AGE, OR CANNOT, THEN GIVE YOUR BEST ESTIMATE

hhgrid_w3_ageif
If individual is 16 or over

What is [NAME]'s legal marital status....

The aim is to obtain legal marital status, irrespective of any de facto arrangement. The only qualification to this aim is that you should not probe the answer 'separated'. Should a respondent query the term, explain that it covers any person whose spouse is living elsewhere because of estrangement (whether the separation is legal or not). Ignore temporary absences, e.g. on oil rig. A person whose spouse has been working away from home for over 6 months e.g. on a contract or in the armed forces, should still be coded as married if the separation is not permanent. ASK OR RECORD AND CODE FIRST THAT APPLIES READ OUT [AT LAST INTERVIEW, MARITAL STATUS WAS RECORDED AS [FF_MARSTAT] ] {IF NEWPER = 4} RECORD LEGAL MARITAL STATUS EVEN IF E.G. DIVORCED BUT COHABITING IN CURRENT HOUSEHOLD

1
Single and never married or never in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
2
Married
3
A Civil Partner in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
4
Separated but legally married
5
Divorced
6
Widowed
7
SPONTANEOUS: Separated from Civil Partner
8
SPONTANEOUS: A former Civil Partner, the Civil Partnership legally dissolved
9
SPONTANEOUS: A surviving Civil Partner (your partner having died)
If household size is greater than 1 and marital status is married or in a civil partnership
qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat == 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat == 3

May I just check, does [ [NAME]/[ff_forename]'s/your spouse/civil partner] live with [[NAME]/[ff_forename]/you] in this household?

INTERVIEWER: ASK OR RECORD

1
Yes
2
No
If household size is greater than 1 and not married/in a civil partnership and not living with spouse/civil partner
qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat != 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat != 3 || qc_hhgrid_w3_livesp == 2

May I just check, [are you] / [is [NAME]/[ff_forename]] living with someone in this household as a couple?

Only respondents who are living with their partner in this household should be coded as living together as a couple. You may code No without asking the question ONLY if all members of the household are too closely related for any to be living together in a de facto marital relationship. INTERVIEWER: ASK OR RECORD

1
Yes
2
No
3
SPONTANEOUS ONLY: Same sex couple

[Are you] / [Is [NAME]/[ff_forename]] in paid employment?

1
Yes
2
No

DOES ANYONE AGED 10 OR OVER IN HHOLD REQUIRE AN INTERVIEW IN ONE OF THE TRANSLATED LANGUAGES? TRANSLATED LANGUAGES ARE: ARABIC, BENGALI, CANTONESE, GUJARATI, PUNJABI (GURMUKHI), PUNJABI (URDU), SOMALI, URDU AND WELSH

1
Yes
2
No
_member [] _member []
If Age 10 or over and translated interview required
qc_hhgrid_w3_hhlang == 1

In which language would you/ [NAME] like to be interviewed?

0
English
1
Arabic
2
Bengali
3
Cantonese
4
Gujarati
5
Punjabi: Gurmukhi
6
Punjabi: Urdu
7
Somali
8
Urdu
9
Welsh
_member [] _member []

I just need to confirm the relationships amongst the household members. [We have that [NAME] is [NAME]'s [ff_ro]] {if NewPer = 4} / [[NAME] is [NAME]'s ...] {if NewPer NOT EQUAL TO 4}

YOU MAY WANT TO INTRODUCE THIS SECTION. ONE POSSIBLE INTRODUCTION IS: 'There are a lot of changes taking place in the make-up of households/families and this section is to help to find out what those changes are. I'd like you to tell me the relationship of each member of the household to every other member'. INTERVIEWER: THIS SECTION MUST BE ASKED FOR ALL HOUSEHOLDS CONSISTING OF MORE THAN ONE PERSON. PLEASE ASK IN EVERY CASE. YOU SHOULD NOT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT ANY RELATIONSHIP. TREAT RELATIVES OF COHABITING MEMBERS OF THE HOUSEHOLD AS THOUGH THE COHABITING COUPLE WERE MARRIED. ASK RESPONDENT TO GIVE THE NUMBER ON THE CARD RATHER THAN THE RELATIONSHIP. [IF CORRECT CODE AS [FF_RELATIONSHIP CODE] ] {IF NEWPER = 4}

0
Self
1
Husband/Wife
2
Partner/Cohabitee
3
Civil Partner
4
Natural son/daughter
5
Adopted son/daughter
6
Foster child
7
Stepson/stepdaughter
8
Son-in-law/daughter-in-law
9
Natural parent
10
Adoptive parent
11
Foster parent
12
Step-parent
13
Parent-in-law
14
Natural brother/sister
15
Half-brother/sister
16
Step-brother/sister
17
Adopted brother/sister
18
Foster brother/sister
19
Brother/Sister-in-law
20
Grand-child
21
Grand-parent
22
Cousin
23
Aunt/Uncle
24
Niece/Nephew
25
Other relative
26
Employee
27
Employer
28
Lodger/Boarder/Tenant
29
Landlord/Landlady
30
Other non-relative

WHO ANSWERED THE HOUSEHOLD/RELATIONSHIP GRID QUESTIONS? RECORD PERSON NUMBERS FROM HOUSEHOLD GRID

1
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 1]
2
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 2]
3
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 3]
4
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 4]
5
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 5]
6
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 6]
7
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 7]
8
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 8]
9
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 9]
10
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 10]
11
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 11]
12
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 12]
13
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 13]
14
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 14]
15
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 15]
16
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 16]

IS THIS INTERVIEW BEING CONDUCTED AT [FF_ADDRESS1] WHICH IS THE ADDRESS WHERE THIS HOUSEHOLD WAS INTERVIEWED AT LAST YEAR?

1
Yes
2
No
If Interview is not being carried out at the same address as last time
qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 2

CODE COUNTRY INTERVIEW IS BEING CARRIED OUT IN.

1
England
2
Wales
3
Scotland
4
Northern Ireland
Household Questionnaire

This interview is completely voluntary, if we should come to any question that you don't want to answer, just let me know and we'll go onto the next question.

1
Continue

RECORD WHO IS ANSWERING HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONNAIRE RECORD PERSON NUMBERS FROM HOUSEHOLD GRID

0
Non-household member
1
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 1]
2
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 2]
3
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 3]
4
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 4]
5
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 5]
6
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 6]
7
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 7]
8
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 8]
9
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 9]
10
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 10]
11
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 11]
12
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 12]
13
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 13]
14
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 14]
15
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 15]
16
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 16]
If interview occurred at same address last wave and number of bedrooms not missing and number of other rooms not missing
qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 1

When we interviewed you on [ff_Idate], you said you had [ff_HsBeds] bedroom(s), excluding any you may sublet and [ff_HsRooms] other rooms, excluding kitchens and bathrooms. Is that still the case?

1
Yes
2
No
If living at a new address or new address is missing or does not have the same number of rooms or number of bedrooms is missing or number of other rooms is missing
(qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == "dk" || qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == "ref") || qc_household_w3_hsroomchk == 2

I would like to ask you a few questions about your household's accommodation. {if (HHGRID_W2.OrigAdd = 2|DK|REF) | (ff_HsBeds = DK|REF|MIS) | (ff_HsRooms = DK|REF|MIS)} How many bedrooms are there here excluding any bedrooms you may let or sublet?

Exclude any rooms currently or usually sublet to persons outside the household but include any rooms solely occupied by lodgers within households. You should already know if lodgers are present, if necessary check 'Does this include the rooms occupied by....?'. Exclude conservatories. IF BEDSIT, CODE 0 AT HSBEDS AND 1 AT HSROOMS

household_w3_hsbeds

And how many other rooms do you have in your accommodation, excluding kitchens and bathrooms?

Exclude any rooms currently or usually sublet to persons outside the household but include any rooms solely occupied by lodgers within households. You should already know if lodgers are present, if necessary check 'Does this include the rooms occupied by....?'. Exclude conservatories. 'OTHER ROOMS' ARE LIVING ROOMS, DINING ROOMS, STUDIES AND PLAYROOMS, BUT NOT CONSERVATORIES UNLESS USED AS A LIVING ROOM ALL YEAR ROUND

household_w3_hsrooms
If living at same address and prior ownership status is not unknown
qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 1

And is this accommodation still [ff_HsOwnd]?

IF MORTGAGE PAID OFF SINCE LAST INTERVIEW, ANSWER NO HERE

1
Yes
2
No
If living at a new address or housing tenure has changed or prior ownership status is not known
qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 2 || qc_household_w3_hsowndchk == 2

Does your household own this accommodation outright, is it being bought with a mortgage, is it rented or does it come rent-free?

Shared ownership includes co-ownership and equity sharing schemes: a share in the property is being bought. The occupier may never become the sole owner of the property but will receive a cash sum on leaving the scheme. Where accommodation is owned or part-owned by ex-spouse or separated spouse treat as 'owned' (code 1). Do not count as rent-free cases where a rent would normally be paid but the whole amount is rebated (or paid direct to the landlord by the DWP through Housing Benefit). Code people who live in rent free accommodation owned by relatives as 'rent free'. If rent is paid for them by a relative or charity this should be recorded as a regular receipt in the finance grids.

1
Owned outright
2
Owned/being bought on mortgage
3
Shared ownership (part-owned part-rented)
4
Rented
5
Rent free
97
Other
If owned outright, mortgaged, or shared ownership at previous wave and tenure same or now owned outright, mortgaged, or shared ownership
qc_household_w3_hsowndchk == 1 || (qc_household_w3_hsownd == 1 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 2 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 3)

In whose name is this (house/flat/room) owned?

If part owned with someone outside houshold enter 0 for this person. If household rents, give person actually responsible to landlord for rent. With adult sharers establish if there is a joint tenancy or if it is in one or two person's names, with others paying their share of the cost to them. If rent-free, give number of person responsible for the rent-free occupancy by virtue of job or family position. IF OWNER IS NOT IN THE HOUSEHOLD ENTER 0 CODE ALL THAT APPLY

0
Non-household member
1
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 1]
2
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 2]
3
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 3]
4
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 4]
5
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 5]
6
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 6]
7
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 7]
8
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 8]
9
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 9]
10
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 10]
11
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 11]
12
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 12]
13
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 13]
14
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 14]
15
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 15]
16
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 16]

About how much would you expect to get for your home if you sold it today?

IF RANGE GIVEN WRITE IN LOWEST FIGURE WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_hsval
If Owns outright at new address or has become an outright owner since last wave
qc_household_w3_hsownd == 1

How did you come to own this property outright? Have you...

READ OUT

1
Bought it for cash
2
Paid off a mortgage or loan
3
Inherited or been given all or a share of the property
4
Or something else?
If Owned outright, mortgaged or shared ownership at new address or has become owned outright, mortgaged or shared ownership
qc_household_w3_hsownd == 1 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 2 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 3

In what year did you buy or first become the owner of this property?

Accept estimate if exact year not known. If accommodation was previously rented by household members who then purchased as sitting tenants record year bought outright or first started paying mortgage.

household_w3_hsyrbuy
If mortgage or shared ownership at new address or became outright owner through purchase or clearing mortgage
qc_household_w3_hsownd == 2 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 3 || (qc_household_w3_hsownd == 1 && (qc_household_w3_mgynot == 1 || qc_household_w3_mgynot == 2))

How much did you pay for the property?

We need here the total purchase price of the property including any payment for the land, fixtures and fittings, garages etc. If respondent purchased with others, record total cost rather than respondent's share. IF PAID NOTHING/INHERITED CODE 0 WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_hscost
If mortgage/shared ownership at new address or mortgaged/shared ownership since previous wave
qc_household_w3_hsownd == 2 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 3

In what year did you first start paying a mortgage on this house/flat?

household_w3_hsyr04

How much did you borrow originally when you bought the property or took out your mortgage, that is excluding any later additions to the mortgage?

ENTER TO NEAREST £

household_w3_mgold

How many years has the mortgage still to run?

household_w3_mglife

Is your mortgage or loan ...

An endowment mortgage has a long term insurance policy attached which pays off the original loan. Do not count as endowment policies mortgages with a 'mortgage protection policy' which is life insurance only. A repayment mortgage is a straightforward loan where the borrower(s) repay capital and interest together. READ OUT

1
A repayment mortgage or loan
2
An endowment mortgage
3
Part repayment and part endowment
4
Interest only
5
Part interest only and part repayment
6
Flexible mortgage
97
Or some other type of mortgage or loan?
If mortgage/shared ownership at previous wave and still the same or mortgage/shared ownership now
qc_household_w3_hsowndchk == 1 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 2 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 3

Have you taken out any additional mortgage on this house/flat since [ff_Idate] {if HHGRID.OrigAdd = 1} / becoming the owner of the property {if HHGRID.OrigAdd = 2} ?

1
Yes
2
No
If Taken out additional mortgage/loan
qc_household_w3_mgextra == 1

How much in total is this additional mortgage or loan?

ENTER TO NEAREST £

household_w3_mgnew

What was this additional mortgage, loan or drawdown used for?

READ OUT AND CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Home extension
2
Home improvements or repairs
3
Car purchase
4
Other consumer goods
5
Emergencies, loss of income or subsistence goods
6
Consolidation
97
Other

How much was your last total monthly instalment on all mortgages or loans for this property?

ENTER TOTAL MORTGAGE PAYMENT FOR ALL MORTGAGES INCLUDING EXISTING AND NEW MORTGAGES. INCLUDE LIFE INSURANCE PAYMENTS IF PAID WITH MORTGAGE. IF ENDOWMENT MORTGAGE, INCLUDE BOTH PREMIUMS AND INTEREST. IF DON'T KNOW, PROBE FOR APPROXIMATE AMOUNT. WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_xpmg
If in rented accomodation
qc_household_w3_hsowndchk == 1 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 3 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 4 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 5

Does the accommodation go with the present job of anyone in the household?

1
Yes
2
No

In whose name is this (house/flat/room) rented?

If the household rents, give person actually responsible to landlord for rent. With adult sharers establish if there is a joint tenancy in the names of all members of the household, or if it is just one or two person's names, with the others paying their share of the rent to the legal tenants. If rent-free, give number of individuals responsible for the rent-free occupancy by virtue of job or family position. IF TENANT IS NOT IN HOUSEHOLD ENTER 0

0
Non-household member
1
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 1]
2
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 2]
3
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 3]
4
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 4]
5
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 5]
6
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 6]
7
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 7]
8
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 8]
9
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 9]
10
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 10]
11
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 11]
12
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 12]
13
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 13]
14
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 14]
15
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 15]
16
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 16]

Who is the accommodation rented from or provided by?

Any household whose accommodation is tied to the job of one of its members this should be coded 6 or 9 as appropriate. People in tied accommodation whose employer is a Local Authority or New Town should also be coded 6.

1
Local Authority/Council {if HHGRID.region = England/Scotland/Wales} / Northern Ireland Housing Executive {if HHGRID.region = Northern Ireland}
2
New Town Commission or Corporation
3
Property company
4
Scottish Homes/Communities Scotland Scottish Special Housing Association {if HHGRID.region = Scotland}
5
Other Housing association, cooperative or charitable trust
6
Employer (ORGANISATION)
7
Other organisation
8
Relative
9
Employer (INDIVIDUAL)
10
Other individual

Do you rent your accommodation...

In any doubtful case ask 'What is the agreement with your landlord?' and code accordingly. READ OUT

1
Furnished
2
Partly furnished
3
Or unfurnished?
If Rented accommodation is not rent free
qc_household_w3_hsowndchk == 1 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 3 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 4

How much was the last rent payment, including any services or water charges but after any rebates?

If normal amount paid includes payment for hot water or heating, try to get the amount paid for rent only. Where it is not possible to get a separate rent amount, record whole amount paid and code extra items included at RentInc. IF 100% RENT REBATE CODE 0 IF DON'T KNOW, PROBE FOR APPROXIMATE AMOUNT WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_rent
If Last rental payment is provided
qc_household_w3_rent > '0'

What period did this cover?

1
One week
2
Two weeks
3
Three weeks
4
Four weeks
5
Calendar month
7
Two calendar months
8
Eight times a year
9
Nine times a year
10
Ten times a year
13
Three months/13 weeks
26
Six months/26 weeks
52
One year/12 months/52 weeks
90
Less than one week
95
One off/lump sum
96
None of these

Did your last rent include any payment for any of the following things?

READ OUT AND CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Water and/or sewerage charges {if HHGRID.region = England/Scotland/Wales}
2
Heating or lighting or hot water
3
Council Tax {if HHGRID.region = England/Scotland/Wales} / Rates {if HHGRID.region = Northern Ireland}
96
None of these

Was any Housing Benefit such as rent rebate or rent allowance deducted from the last rent payment?

Both rent rebate and rent allowances are forms of housing benefit. If the household resides in in council accommodation they will receive a rent rebate, i.e., pay a reduced rent. But if the household is renting privately then a rent allowance will be paid either directly to them or to their landlord.

1
Yes
2
No
If Receives rent rebate or rent allowance
qc_household_w3_renthb == 1

So what would the last rent payment have been if Housing Benefit had not been deducted from it?

IF DON'T KNOW, PROBE FOR APPROXIMATE AMOUNT WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_rentg

Which of the following types of domestic fuel do you have in your accommodation...

This relates to any fuel use in the home, not just for heating. READ OUT AND CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Electricity
2
Gas, including Calor Gas
3
Oil
4
Other fuel, including solid fuel
96
Or none of these?
If Has gas and electricity in accommodation
qc_household_w3_fuelhave == 1 && qc_household_w3_fuelhave == 2

Do you pay your gas and electric as one bill or separately?

1
One bill
2
Separately
If Pay gas and electric as one bill
qc_household_w3_fuelduel == 1

In the last year, since 1st [interview month] [interview year - 1], how much has your household spent on gas and electricity combined?

If respondent(s) have moved home and have different sources of fuel in their current residence as compared to their prior residence, then please enter the amount spent in their current residence.

household_w3_xpduely

How do you pay for your gas and electricity?

1
A fixed amount each month by standing order
2
A monthly bill (by direct debit or other means)
3
A quarterly bill (by direct debit or other means)
4
A pre-payment (key/card or token) meter
5
It&amp;#39;s included in the rent
6
Frequent cash payments (ie more frequent than once a month)
7
Fuel Direct scheme or direct from benefits
8
Staywarm scheme
97
Other
If Has electricity and does not pay gas and electricity as one bill
qc_household_w3_fuelhave == 1 && qc_household_w3_fuelduel != 1

In the last year, since 1st [interview month] [interview year - 1], how much has your household spent on electricity?

If respondent(s) have moved home and have different sources of fuel in their current residence as compared to their prior residence, then please enter the amount spent in their current residence. ENTER 0 IF NOTHING SPENT

household_w3_xpelecy

How do you pay for your electricity?

1
A fixed amount each month by standing order
2
A monthly bill (by direct debit or other means)
3
A quarterly bill (by direct debit or other means)
4
A pre-payment (key/card or token) meter
5
It&amp;#39;s included in the rent
6
Frequent cash payments (ie more frequent than once a month)
7
Fuel Direct scheme or direct from benefits
8
Staywarm scheme
97
Other
If Has gas and does not pay gas and electricity as one bill
qc_household_w3_fuelhave == 2 && qc_household_w3_fuelduel != 1

In the last year, since 1st [interview month] [interview year - 1], how much has your household spent on gas including calor gas?

If respondent(s) have moved home and have different sources of fuel in their current residence as compared to their prior residence, then please enter the amount spent in their current residence. ENTER 0 IF NOTHING SPENT

household_w3_xpgasy

How do you pay for your gas?

1
A fixed amount each month by standing order
2
A monthly bill (by direct debit or other means)
3
A quarterly bill (by direct debit or other means)
4
A pre-payment (key/card or token) meter
5
It&amp;#39;s included in the rent
6
Frequent cash payments (ie more frequent than once a month)
7
Fuel Direct scheme or direct from benefits
8
Staywarm scheme
97
Other
If Has oil in accommodation
qc_household_w3_fuelhave == 3

In the last year, since 1st [interview month] [interview year - 1], how much has your household spent on oil?

If respondent(s) have moved home and have different sources of fuel in their current residence as compared to their prior residence, then please enter the amount spent in their current residence. ENTER 0 IF NOTHING SPENT

household_w3_xpoily
If Has other fuel type in accommodation
qc_household_w3_fuelhave == 4

In the last year, since 1st [interview month] [interview year - 1], how much has your household spent on other fuel, including solid fuel?

If respondent(s) have moved home and have different sources of fuel in their current residence as compared to their prior residence, then please enter the amount spent in their current residence ENTER 0 IF NOTHING SPENT.

household_w3_xpsfly

Do you have any form of central heating, including any electric storage heaters, in your (part of the) accommodation?

Central heating includes any system where two or more rooms are heated from a central source. If a household has only one room, treat as centrally heated from central source along with other rooms in the house/block.

1
Yes
2
No

Does your accommodation experience noise from neighbours?

1
Yes
2
No

Does your accommodation experience pollution, grime or other environmental problems caused by traffic or industry?

1
Yes
2
No

Please tell me how common or uncommon each of the following things is in your area First, graffiti on walls or on buildings?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) Rubbish or litter lying around?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) Teenagers hanging around in streets?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) Drunks or tramps on the streets?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) Vandalism and deliberate damage to property?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) Insults or attacks to do with someone's race or colour?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) Homes broken into?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) Cars broken into or stolen?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common

(How common in your area is...) People attacked on the streets?

1
Very common
2
Fairly common
3
Not very common
4
Not at all common
If Address in England, Wales or Scotland and living at new address
qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 2

Could you please tell me which Council Tax band this accommodation is in? The bands run from Band A to Band H.

This question refers to the Council Tax valuation bands, not the market value of the respondent's house. Please ask them to check their Council Tax bill if possible. Many renters may not know the band if it is included in their rent. Code these as 'Don't know'. If the household accommodation is not valued separately e.g. a granny flat or a bedsit, code 9. THIS MUST BE THE BAND SET BY THE COUNCIL, DO NOT ACCEPT INFORMANT'S OWN ESTIMATE OF VALUE OF PROPERTY.

1
A up to £40000 up to £27000 up to £30000
2
B £40001 - 52000 £27001 - 35000 £30001 - 39000
3
C £52001 - 68000 £35001 - 45000 £39001 - 51000
4
D £68001 - 88000 £45001 - 58000 £51001 - 66000
5
E £88001 - 120000 £58001 - 80000 £66001 - 90000
6
F £120001 - 160000 £80001 - 106000 £90001 - 120000
7
G £160001 - 320000 £106001 - 212000 £120001 - 240000
8
H £320001+ £212001+ £240001+
9
Household accommodation not valued separately/included in rent
If In mortgaged or rented accommodation, not rent free
qc_household_w3_hsowndchk == 1 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 2 || qc_household_w3_hsownd 3 || qc_household_w3_hsownd 4 || qc_household_w3_hsownd == 97
Many people find it hard to keep up with their housing payments.

In the last twelve months, have you ever found yourself behind with your rent/mortgage?

Applies to any accommodation lived in by householder or spouse during the past 12 months, not just current accommodation. If a mortgage has only recently been taken out refer to previous housing situation.

1
Yes
2
No
If Address in England, Wales or Scotland and Council Tax band provided
qc_household_w3_hsctax != 9

In the last twelve months, have you ever found yourself behind with paying your Council Tax?

1
Yes
2
No
Sometimes people are not able to pay every household bill when it falls due.

May I ask, are you up to date with all your household bills such as electricity, gas, water rates, telephone and other bills or are you behind with any of them?

1
Up to date with all bills
2
Behind with some bills
3
Behind with all bills
If Mode is Face to Face

Could you please tell me which of the following items you have in your (part of the) accommodation. Just tell me the numbers that apply.

Include both owned and rented items. Include items made available by the landlord for personal use by household members. Include second hand purchases. Include home computers even if only used for games, but only if it has a keyboard. Include computers used for business purposes by self-employed people, but not those provided by employers for work at home. Exclude any items which are broken and will not be repaired. Include hire-purchase and credit sales but not rentals with a future option to purchase. Exclude gifts or loans to household members from persons outside the household, but include gifts between household members. IF COMBINED TV/VIDEO CODE 1 & 2 IF COMBINED WASHER/DRIER CODE 6 & 7 CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Colour television
2
Video recorder/DVD player
3
Satellite dish/Sky TV
4
Cable TV
5
Deep freeze or fridge freezer (EXCLUDE: fridge only)
6
Washing machine
7
Tumble drier
8
Dish washer
9
Microwave oven
10
Home computer/PC (not games console)
11
Compact disc player (INCLUDE if part of a sound system)
12
Landline telephone
13
Mobile telephone (anyone in household)
96
Or none of the above?
If Mode is telephone

Do you have in your (part of the) accommodation a home computer/PC?

Include both owned and rented items. Include items made available by the landlord for personal use by household members. Include second hand purchases. Include home computers even if only used for games, but only if it has a keyboard. Include computers used for business purposes by self-employed people, but not those provided by employers for work at home. Exclude any items which are broken and will not be repaired. Include hire-purchase and credit sales but not rentals with a future option to purchase. Exclude gifts or loans to household members from persons outside the household, but include gifts between household members. DO NOT INCLUDE A GAMES CONSOLE.

1
Yes
2
No
If There is a home computer in the household
qc_household_w3_cduse == 10 || qc_household_w3_pchas == 1

Does your household have access to the internet from home?

1
Yes
2
No
If Household has access to the internet from home
qc_household_w3_pcnet == 1

Do you have a broadband connection from your home computer?

A broadband connection usually allows users to speak on a landline telephone at the same time as being connected to the internet.

1
Yes
2
No

The next questions are about how much your household has spent in the last four weeks on food eaten at home and food bought outside the home. [Please include expenditure for all household members even if you are not sure of the exact amounts other people spend.] {if HHGRID.hhsize > 1}

1
Continue

About how much has your household spent in total on food and groceries in the last four weeks from a supermarket or other food shop or market? Please do not include alcohol but do include non-food items such as paper products, home cleaning supplies and pet foods.

DO NOT INCLUDE MEALS OR SNACKS PURCHASED AND EATEN OUTSIDE THE HOME IF DON'T KNOW ASK FOR ESTIMATE ENTER 0 IF NOTHING SPENT WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_xpfood1_g3

And about how much have you and other members of your household {if HHGRID.hhsize > 1} spent in total on meals or snacks purchased outside the home in the last four weeks? Please include food bought from takeaways, restaurants, sandwich shops, work or school canteens but do not include alcohol.

INCLUDE TAKEAWAYS DELIVERED TO THE HOME IF DON'T KNOW ASK FOR ESTIMATE ENTER 0 IF NOTHING SPENT WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_xpfdout_g3

About how much have you and other members of your household {if HHGRID.HHSIZE > 1} spent in total on alcohol in the last four weeks? Please include alcohol purchased from a supermarket or off licence and from pubs, restaurants or other venues.

IF DON'T KNOW ASK FOR ESTIMATE ENTER 0 IF NOTHING SPENT WRITE IN AMOUNT IN £

household_w3_xpaltob_g3

How many cars or vans in total does your household own or have continuous use of?

Include vehicles on long term hire and company vehicles if for private use. Exclude those hired from time to time and if used solely in the course of work and vehicles currently unfit for use if there is no intention to repair INCLUDE COMPANY VEHICLES IF AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE USE EXCLUDE VEHICLES SOLELY FOR CARRIAGE OF GOODS ENTER NUMBER ENTER 0 IF NO CARS

household_w3_ncars
If has a car/van
qc_household_w3_ncars > '0'

Do (any of) you own this/these vehicle(s) or is it a company vehicle?

INCLUDE VEHICLES BEING BOUGHT ON HIRE PURCHASE CODE ONE ONLY

1
Owned by household
2
Company vehicle(s)
3
Both owned and company vehicles
If Owns a car
qc_household_w3_carown == 1 || qc_household_w3_carown == 3

If you sold your vehicle(s) approximately how much would you expect to get at current prices minus anything you still owe on it/them?

EXCLUDE COMPANY VEHICLES ENTER TO NEAREST £

household_w3_carval

WAS THE INTERVIEW CONDUCTED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH?

1
Yes
2
No
If Entire Household interview not conducted in English
qc_household_w3_ivlheng == 2

APART FROM ENGLISH, IN WHICH OTHER LANGUAGE WAS THE INTERVIEW CONDUCTED?

1
Arabic
2
Bengali
3
Cantonese
4
Gujarati
5
Punjabi: Gurmukhi
6
Punjabi: Urdu
7
Somali
8
Urdu
9
Welsh
97
Other language
If Other language used for Household interview
qc_household_w3_ivlhtrans == 97

WHICH OTHER LANGUAGE?

ENTER LANGUAGE

Other

WHO ASKED THE TRANSLATED QUESTIONS?

1
NatCen Accredited Bilingual Interviewer
2
Agency Translator
3
Someone else

HOW MUCH OF THE HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONNAIRE WAS CONDUCTED IN [IVLHTRANS] ?

1
Entire questionnaire was in [IVLHTrans]
2
The majority of the questionnaire was in [IVLHTrans]
3
Around half the questionnaire was in [IVLHTrans]
4
The minority of the questionnaire was in [IVLHTrans]
Individual Questionnaire
Individual Intro module

WILL THIS INTERVIEW BE CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH?

1
Yes
2
No

WHICH LANGUAGE WILL THE INTERVIEW BE CONDUCTED IN?

0
English
1
Arabic
2
Bengali
3
Cantonese
4
Gujarati
5
Punjabi: Gurmukhi
6
Punjabi: Urdu
7
Somali
8
Urdu
9
Welsh
10
Other language
If Interview will not be conducted in English
qc_indintro_w3_lieng == 2
If Translated language is other
qc_indintro_w3_litrans == 97

WHICH OTHER LANGUAGE?

Other

WHO WILL ASK TRANSLATED QUESTIONS?

1
NatCen Accredited Bilingual Interviewer
2
Agency Translator
3
Someone else
If interview will be translated into a language other than English
qc_indintro_w3_litrans > 0

HOW WILL QUESTIONS BE TRANSLATED?

1
Using the standard translated questionnaire
2
On a question by question basis

This interview is completely voluntary, if we should come to any question that you don't want to answer, just let me know and we'll go onto the next question.

1
Continue
Demographics module

I need to make sure I'm interviewing the correct person, you are [NAME], born on [DOB] and you are [SEX]?

IF ANY OF THESE DETAILS ARE INCORRECT, GO BACK TO THE HHOLD GRID AND AMEND AND MAKE SURE YOU ARE INTERVIEWING THE CORRECT PERSON.

1
Yes
2
No
If new entrant never interviewed

Have you personally lived at this address your whole life?

1
Yes
2
No
If not lived at current address whole life
qc_demographics_w3_mvever == 2

When did you personally move to this address? RECORD MONTH AT THIS QUESTION AND YEAR AT THE NEXT.

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

When did you personally move to this address? PLEASE ENTER THE YEAR THIS RESPONDENT MOVED TO THE CURRENT ADDRESS.

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If you could choose, would you stay here in your present home or would you prefer to move somewhere else?

1
Stay here
2
Prefer to move

Even though you may not want to move, do you expect you will move in the coming year {if LkMove = 1} / Do you expect you will move in the coming year {if LkMove = 2} ?

1
Yes
2
No
If Sample month 13 to 24
If Expects to move in the coming year
qc_demographics_w3_xpmove == 1

Do you know when you might be likely to move? ENTER MONTH OR SEASON IF MONTH IS NOT KNOWN

1
Yes
2
No
If Date of expected move known
qc_demographics_w3_xpmvwhn == 1

When might you be likely to move? ENTER MONTH OR SEASON IF MONTH IS NOT KNOWN

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December
13
Spring
14
Summer
15
Autumn
16
Winter

(When might you be likely to move?) ENTER YEAR

demographics_w3_xpmvyr

Do you know where you might be moving to?

1
Yes
2
No
If Location of expected move known
qc_demographics_w3_xpmvwhr == 1

Where might you move to? ENTER FIRST LINE OF ADDRESS - HOUSE NUMBER OR NAME AND DETAILS OF ROAD(S). IF NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K.

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(Where might you move to?) ENTER POSTAL TOWN. IF POSTAL TOWN IS NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K.

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(Where might you move to?) ENTER POSTAL CODE. IF COMPLETE POSTAL CODE IS NOT KNOWN, ENTER CTRL + K.

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If Any part of expected new address not known
qc_demographics_w3_xpmvadd1 == "dk" || qc_demographics_w3_xpmvtown == "dk" || qc_demographics_w3_xpmvcode == "dk"

(Where might you move to?) PROBE FOR AREA LIKELY TO MOVE TO. IF HOUSE AND ROAD NOT KNOWN, PROBE FOR VILLAGE, TOWN, COUNTY, REGION. IF LIKELY TO MOVE ABROAD, RECORD COUNTRY.

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Which of these best describes your current employment situation?

Code one only. If respondent says more than one applies ask them to choose which best applies

1
Self employed
2
In paid employment (full or part-time)
3
Unemployed
4
Retired
5
On maternity leave
6
Looking after family or home
7
Full-time student
8
Long-term sick or disabled
9
On a government training scheme
10
Unpaid worker in family business
11
Working in an apprenticeship
97
Doing something else
If new entrant never interviewed and marital status is not DK/REF
qc_demographics_w3_marstat != "dk" || qc_demographics_w3_marstat != "ref"

We have your legal marital status as [MARSTAT]. Is this correct?

1
Yes
2
No
If new entrant never interviewed

What is your current legal marital status? Are you...

If the respondent is separated, but not legally separated, they are coded as married here and separated on the Household Grid. If legally married but cohabiting, code as married here and cohabiting on the Household Grid. A 'Civil Partnership' is the legal equivalent of marriage for same-sex couples READ OUT

1
Single and never married or never in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
2
Married
3
A Civil Partner in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
4
Separated but legally married
5
Divorced
6
Widowed
7
SPONTANEOUS: Separated from Civil Partner
8
SPONTANEOUS: A former Civil Partner, the Civil Partnership legally dissolved
9
SPONTANEOUS: A surviving Civil Partner (your partner having died)
If new entrant never interviewed or did not have a driving licence at previous interview or fed-forward data is missing and is aged 17 or over

Do you have a full UK driving licence?

1
Yes
2
No
If has a driving licence
qc_demographics_w3_drive == 1

Do you normally have access to a car or van that you can use whenever you want to?

1
Yes
2
No

Do you personally have a mobile phone?

1
Yes
2
No

How often do you use the internet for your personal use?

1
Every day
2
Several times a week
3
Several times a month
4
Once a month
5
Less than once a month
6
Never use
7
No access at home, at work or elsewhere
Britishness module
If Lives in England, Wales or Scotland
If Part of EMBoost sample, GP Comparison sample, LDA sample or is a recent immigrant

Most people who live in the UK may think of themselves as being British in some way. On a scale of 0 to 10 where 0 means 'not at all important' and 10 means 'extremely important', how important is being British to you?

ENTER NUMBER FROM 0 TO 10 ENTER 11 IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT CONSIDER THEMSELVES TO BE BRITISH (SPONTANEOUS)

britishness_w3_britid
Initial Conditions module
If new entrant never interviewed

Were you born in the UK, that is in England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland?

1
Yes, England
2
Yes, Scotland
3
Yes, Wales
4
Yes, Northern Ireland
5
Not born in the UK
If Not born in the UK
qc_initialconditions_w3_ukborn == 5

In which country were you born?

5
Republic of Ireland
6
France
7
Germany
8
Italy
9
Spain
10
Poland
11
Cyprus
12
Turkey
13
Australia
14
New Zealand
15
Canada
16
U.S.A
17
China/Hong Kong
18
India
19
Pakistan
20
Bangladesh
21
Sri Lanka
22
Kenya
23
Ghana
24
Nigeria
25
Uganda
26
South Africa
27
Jamaica
97
Other country
If Born in other country
qc_initialconditions_w3_plbornc == 97

In which country were you born? PLEASE WRITE IN COUNTRY

Other
If Born in the UK
qc_initialconditions_w3_ukborn < 5

In which UK county were you born?

Note historical changes to boundaries and names mean some counties may no longer exist. Please use name of county of birth as recorded on birth certificate START TYPING COUNTY NAME. USE ALT T TO SWITCH TO SEARCH FOR ANY TEXT IN COUNTY NAME. IF UNABLE TO CODE TYPE 'ZZZ'.

initialconditions_w3_plbornuk
If Born in other county
qc_initialconditions_w3_plbornuk == 997

In which UK county were you born? WRITE IN NAME OF OTHER COUNTY

Other
If Not born in the UK
qc_initialconditions_w3_ukborn == 5

In what year did you first come to this country to live, even if you have spent time abroad since?

Definition of 'living in UK' is 3 months or more or a stay with an indefinite period of duration e.g. someone may have arrived in last week with an intention to settle indefinitely

initialconditions_w3_yr2uk4

Are you a UK citizen, a citizen of your country of birth or a citizen of another country? If you have citizenship of more than one country please tell me all of them.

Citizenship is membership in a country and carried with it rights to political participation. It is possible to have nationality without being a citizen (i.e. be legally subject to a state and entitled to its protection without having rights of political participation in it). Thus, you can have a citizenship from one country and be a national of another country CITIZENSHIP MEANS YOU ARE ENTITLED TO HOLD A PASSPORT ISSUED BY THAT COUNTRY CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
UK citizen
2
Citizen of country of birth
3
Citizen of other country
If Citizen of other country
qc_initialconditions_w3_citzn == 3

What is your present citizenship? If you have dual citizenship please tell me both.

WRITE IN OTHER CITIZENSHIP

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Can you tell me the highest educational or school qualification you have obtained?

Do not count first aid certificates as nursing qualifications. If teaching qualification is a degree then code as degree. Count degrees obtained overseas as first or higher degrees as appropriate PRIORITY FROM 1 = HIGHEST TO 15 = LOWEST

1
University Higher Degree (e.g. MSc, PhD)
2
First degree level qualification including foundation degrees, graduate membership of a professional Institute, PGCE
3
Diploma in higher education
4
Teaching qualification (excluding PGCE)
5
Nursing or other medical qualification not yet mentioned
6
A Level
7
Welsh Baccalaureate
8
International Baccalaureate
9
AS Level
10
Higher Grade/Advanced Higher (Scotland)
11
Certificate of sixth year studies
12
GCSE/O Level
13
CSE
14
Standard/Ordinary (O) Grade / Lower (Scotland)
15
Other school (inc. school leaving exam certificate or matriculation)
96
None of the above
If Has a University First Degree, Higher Degree, other higher academic qualification, IB, other school qualification
qc_initialconditions_w3_qfhigh == 1 || qc_initialconditions_w3_qfhigh == 2 || qc_initialconditions_w3_qfhigh == 3 || qc_initialconditions_w3_qfhigh == 4 || qc_initialconditions_w3_qfhigh == 5 || qc_initialconditions_w3_qfhigh == 8 || qc_initialconditions_w3_qfhigh == 15

Can I just check, did you gain this qualification in the UK?

The UK is made up of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

1
Yes
2
No

And which of the following vocational or other qualifications do you have, if any?

CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Youth training certificate
2
Key Skills
3
Basic skills
4
Entry level qualifications (Wales)
5
Modern apprenticeship/trade apprenticeship
6
RSA/OCR/Clerical and commercial qualifications (e.g. typing/shorthand/book-keeping/commerce)
7
City and Guilds Certificate
8
GNVQ/GSVQ
9
NVQ/SVQ - Level 1 - 2
10
NVQ/SVQ - Level 3 - 5
11
HNC/HND
12
ONC/OND
13
BTEC/BEC/TEC/EdExcel/LQL
14
SCOTVEC, SCOTEC or SCOTBEC
15
Other vocational, technical or professional qualification
96
None of the above

How old were you when you left school?

DO NOT INCLUDE TECHNICAL COLLEGE

1
Write in age
2
Never went to school
3
Still at school
If Left school
qc_initialconditions_w3_school == 1

How old were you when you left school? WRITE IN AGE RESPONDENT LEFT SCHOOL

Age
If Aged 16 or over and born since 1981 and school leaving age given
qc_hhgrid_w3_birthy > '1981' && qc_initialconditions_w3_school == 1 && qc_initialconditions_w3_scend != "mis"

And where was your school...

READ OUT

1
England
2
Scotland
3
Wales
4
Northern Ireland
5
Or outside the UK?
If Aged 16 or over and attended school in the UK or still at school
qc_initialconditions_w3_birthy > '1981' && (qc_initialconditions_w3_schlloc < 5 || qc_initialconditions_w3_school == 3)

What is/was the name of your school?

We are interested in linking publicly available information on schools such as positions in league tables and class sizes to understand the effect on people's education. The name of the school you provide here will remain confidential Interviewer Instruction TYPE IN ANY PART OF SCHOOL NAME AND ADDRESS. TYPE IN MORE DETAIL TO NARROW DOWN THE SELECTION. IF UNABLE TO CODE TYPE ZZZ.

initialconditions_w3_schcode
If School identified
qc_initialconditions_w3_schcode >= '1' && qc_initialconditions_w3_schcode <= '999996'

Are the details reported below correct? [SCHNAME]

1
Yes
2
No
If School name not found using lookup file
qc_initialconditions_w3_schcode == '999997'

What is/was the name of your school?

TYPE IN FULL NAME AND POSTCODE.

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If Left school
qc_initialconditions_w3_school == 1

And how old were you when you left college or university, or when you finished or stopped your course?

IF RETURNED TO COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY AS A MATURE STUDENT AND COURSE NOT FINISHED, CODE 3

1
Write in age
2
Never went to college or university
3
At college/university
If Left college or university
qc_initialconditions_w3_fenow == 1

And how old were you when you left college or university, or when you finished or stopped your course? WRITE IN AGE RESPONDENT LEFT COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY

Age
Own First Job module
If new entrant never interviewed (excluding rising 16 year olds) and current economic activity is not employed or self-employed
qc_demographics_w3_jbstat != 1 || qc_demographics_w3_jbstat != 2

Since leaving full-time education, have you ever had a paid job?

1
SPONTANEOUS Still in full-time education
2
Never had a paid job
3
Had a paid job
If had a first job after full-time education or is new entrant never interviewed (excluding rising 16 year olds) and current economic activity is employed or self-employed
qc_ownfirstjob_w3_j1none == 3 && (qc_demographics_w3_jbstat == 1 || qc_demographics_w3_jbstat == 2)

What was your own first job after leaving full-time education? Please tell me the exact job title and describe the work you did.

TYPE IN JOB TITLE AND DESCRIPTION

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Were you working as an employee or were you self-employed?

1
Employee
2
Self-employed
If first job was self-employed
qc_ownfirstjob_w3_j1semp == 2

Did you have employees?

1
Yes
2
No
If first job was employed
qc_ownfirstjob_w3_j1semp == 1

Did you have any managerial duties or were you supervising any other employees?

1
Manager
2
Foreman/Supervisor
3
Not manager or supervisor
Educational Aspirations module
If Full time student
qc_demographics_w3_jbstat == 7

Are you...

READ OUT

1
At School
2
At Sixth Form College
3
At Further Education (FE) College
4
At Higher Education (HE) College
5
or at University?
If Currently at school or Sixth Form College
qc_educationalaspirations_w3_edtype == 1 || qc_educationalaspirations_w3_edtype == 2

What are the highest level exams you would like to gain before you leave school?

1
GCSE/Standards/GNVQ Foundation/GNVQ Intermediate/NVQ1/NVQ2
2
AS Levels/AVCE Part
3
A Levels/Highers/NVQ3/AVCE Single/AVCE Double
97
Other qualifications
If wants to leave school after GCSE/Standards/GNVQ Intermediate/NVQ1/NVQ2
qc_educationalaspirations_w3_edasp == 1

What would you most like to do when you have completed this exam or qualification?

1
Get a full-time job
2
Stay at school and do A Levels/Highers
3
Get a job and study
4
Get an apprenticeship
5
Do some other type of training
97
Do something else
If wants to leave school after A levels/highers/NVQ3/AVCE single/AVCE Double
qc_educationalaspirations_w3_edasp == 3

How important do you think it is for you to do well in these exams or other qualifications?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not very important
4
Not at all important

How likely is it that you will go to college or university when you finish school, even if you take a gap year between? Is it...

READ OUT

1
Very likely
2
Fairly likely
3
Not very likely
4
Or not at all likely?
5
SPONTANEOUS: Depends
If Going on to further education is not very likely or not at all likely
qc_educationalaspirations_w3_fedlik > 2

What is the main reason you might not go on to further full-time education?

1
Having school qualifications is enough
2
Have decided on a specific career
3
Want to work and earn money
4
Cost of education too high
5
Depends on grades
6
Not academic enough
7
Just don&amp;#39;t want to go
8
Want to travel
9
Undecided about it
97
Other reason
If Other reason not going on to further education
qc_educationalaspirations_w3_fednt == 97

What reason is that?

WRITE IN

Other
Young adults module
If aged 16 - 21

The next questions are about what you want to do in the future.

1
Continue
If Living at home with parent(s)

At what age would you like to leave home?

WRITE IN AGE

Age
If Full-time student
qc_demographics_w3_jbstat == 7

What job would you like to do once you leave school, finish your training or finish full-time education?

WRITE IN JOB TITLE AND DESCRIBE FULLY THE SORT OF WORK

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Different things can be important when deciding what type of occupation you want to follow. Please can you tell me how important each of the following aspects are for you.

When thinking about an occupation, how important is.... Future job security?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not important
4
Not at all important

(When thinking about the occupation you want to follow, how important is...) Having a job with a high income?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not important
4
Not at all important

(When thinking about the occupation you want to follow, how important is...) Finding an occupation that leaves you with a lot of time for leisure?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not important
4
Not at all important

(When thinking about the occupation you want to follow, how important is...) Finding an occupation which interests you?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not important
4
Not at all important

(When thinking about the occupation you want to follow, how important is...) Finding an occupation which makes a contribution to society?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not important
4
Not at all important

(When thinking about the occupation you want to follow, how important is...) Finding an occupation which leaves you with enough time for family life?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not important
4
Not at all important

(When thinking about the occupation you want to follow, how important is...) Finding an occupation in which you can help others?

1
Very important
2
Important
3
Not important
4
Not at all important

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. How likely is it that you will...Gain training or a University place in your preferred field?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

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On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Successfully finish your training or University studies?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrb

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Find a job in your field?

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrc

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Be successful and get ahead?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrd

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Become long-term unemployed?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futre

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Be kept back in your job due to family reasons. e.g. raising children?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrf

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Be self-employed?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrg

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Work abroad at some time?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrh

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Marry at some time?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futri

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Live together unmarried with a partner?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrj

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Have a child?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrk
If Is likely to have a child
qc_youngadults_w3_futrk > '0'

On a scale from 0% to 100%, where 0% means 'No chance of happening' and 100% means 'Totally likely to happen', please tell me how likely it is that the following events will happen in your life in the future. If any of the following events have already happened, just let me know. (And, how likely is it that you will...) Have several children?

CODE 995 IF DOES NOT APPLY OR HAS ALREADY HAPPENED. ENTER 0-100

youngadults_w3_futrl
Family Background module
If proxy last wave, non-interviewed adult or new entrant never interviewed, excluding rising 16 year olds

Thinking back to when you were 14 years old, was your father working at that time?

If at age 14 respondent was not living with natural parents record occupation(s) of 'father or mother figure' e.g. step or adopted parent or guardian. If respondent was in institutional care (e.g. an orphanage or council home) record parent's occupations if alive, ring appropriate codes if deceased

1
Father working
2
Father not working
3
Father deceased
4
Father not living with respondent so don't know
If Father working when respondent aged 14
qc_familybackground_w3_paju == 1

What job was your father doing at that time?

PROBE FOR JOB TITLE AND WORK DONE

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And was your mother working when you were 14?

If at age 14 respondent was not living with natural parents record occupation(s) of 'father or mother figure' e.g. step or adopted parent or guardian. If respondent was in institutional care (e.g. an orphanage or council home) record parent's occupations if alive, ring appropriate codes if deceased

1
Mother working
2
Mother not working
3
Mother deceased
4
Mother not living with respondent so don't know
If Mother working when respondent aged 14
qc_familybackground_w3_maju == 1

What job was your mother doing at that time?

PROBE FOR JOB TITLE AND WORK DONE

In which country was your father born?

1
England
2
Scotland
3
Wales
4
Northern Ireland
5
Republic of Ireland
6
France
7
Germany
8
Italy
9
Spain
10
Poland
11
Cyprus
12
Turkey
13
Australia
14
New Zealand
15
Canada
16
U.S.A
17
China/Hong Kong
18
India
19
Pakistan
20
Bangladesh
21
Sri Lanka
22
Kenya
23
Ghana
24
Nigeria
25
Uganda
26
South Africa
27
Jamaica
97
Other country
If Father born in other country
qc_familybackground_w3_pacob == 97

In which country was your father born? WRITE IN OTHER COUNTRY

Other
If Father not born in the UK
qc_familybackground_w3_pacob > 4

Has your father ever lived in the UK?

1
Father lived in UK
2
Father never lived in UK

In which country was your mother born?

1
England
2
Scotland
3
Wales
4
Northern Ireland
5
Republic of Ireland
6
France
7
Germany
8
Italy
9
Spain
10
Poland
11
Cyprus
12
Turkey
13
Australia
14
New Zealand
15
Canada
16
U.S.A
17
China/Hong Kong
18
India
19
Pakistan
20
Bangladesh
21
Sri Lanka
22
Kenya
23
Ghana
24
Nigeria
25
Uganda
26
South Africa
27
Jamaica
97
Other country
If Mother born in other country
qc_familybackground_w3_macob == 97

In which country was your mother born? WRITE IN OTHER COUNTRY

Other
If Mother not born in UK
qc_familybackground_w3_macob > 4

Has your mother ever lived in the UK?

1
Mother lived in UK
2
Mother never lived in UK
Ethnicity and National Identity module
If new entrant never interviewed

Looking at this card, what do you consider your national identity to be? You may choose as many or as few as apply.

This is the respondent's own definition of their nationality, regardless of legal nationality or citizenship CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
English
2
Welsh
3
Scottish
4
Northern Irish
5
British
6
Irish
97
Other
If Other national identity
qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_natid == 97

What other national identity is that?

WRITE IN

Other
If Mode is face-to-face

What is your ethnic group?

This is the respondent's own definition of their ethnic background, regardless of country of birth CODE ONE ONLY

1
British/English/Scottish/Welsh/Northern Irish
2
Irish
3
Gypsy or Irish Traveller
4
Any other White background
5
White and Black Caribbean
6
White and Black African
7
White and Asian
8
Any other mixed background
9
Indian
10
Pakistani
11
Bangladeshi
12
Chinese
13
Any other Asian background
14
Caribbean
15
African
16
Any other Black background
17
Arab
97
Any other ethnic group
If Any 'other' ethnic group
qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racel == 4 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racel == 8 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racel == 13 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racel == 16 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racel == 97

What other ethnic group is that?

WRITE IN

Other
If Mode is telephone

And to which of these ethnic groups do you consider you belong...

This is the respondent's own definition of their ethnic background, regardless of country of birth. READ OUT AND CODE ONE ONLY

1
White
2
Mixed
3
Asian or Asian British
4
Black or Black British
5
Chinese
6
Arab
97
or some other ethnic group?
If White ethnic group
qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelt == 1

Do you consider yourself to be...

This is the respondent's own definition of their ethnic background, regardless of country of birth. READ OUT AND CODE ONE ONLY

1
British - English / Scottish / Welsh / Northern Irish
2
Irish
3
Gypsy or Irish Traveller
97
or some other white background?
If Mixed ethnic group
qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelt == 2

Do you consider yourself to be...

This is the respondent's own definition of their ethnic background, regardless of country of birth. READ OUT AND CODE ONE ONLY

1
White and Black Caribbean
2
White and Black African
3
White and Asian
97
or some other mixed background?
If Asian ethnic group
qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelt == 3

Do you consider yourself to be...

This is the respondent's own definition of their ethnic background, regardless of country of birth. READ OUT AND CODE ONE ONLY

1
Indian
2
Pakistani
3
Bangladeshi
97
or some other Asian background?
If Black ethnic group
qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelt == 4

Do you consider yourself to be...

This is the respondent's own definition of their ethnic background, regardless of country of birth. READ OUT AND CODE ONE ONLY

1
Caribbean
2
African
97
or some other Black, African or Caribbean background?
If Other ethnic group
qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelt == 97 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelwt == 97 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelmt == 97 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelat == 97 || qc_ethnicityandnationalidentity_w3_racelbt == 97

What ethnic group is that?

WRITE IN

Other
Religion module
If new entrant never interviewed and is in the EM boost, GP comparison, a low density EM area with a non-white background or resident in Northern Ireland

Do you regard yourself as belonging to any particular religion?

1
Yes
2
No
If Lives in Northern Ireland
If Does not belong to a religion
qc_religion_w3_oprlg == 2

Which religion were you brought up in?

1
Catholic
2
Presbyterian
3
Church of Ireland
4
Methodist
5
Baptist
6
Free Presbyterian
7
Brethren
8
Protestant - not specified
9
Other Christian
10
Buddhist
11
Hindu
12
Jewish
13
Muslim
14
Sikh
96
No religion
97
Any other religion
If Does belong to a religion
qc_religion_w3_oprlg == 1

What is your religion, even if you are not practising?

CODE ONE ONLY

1
Catholic
2
Presbyterian
3
Church of Ireland
4
Methodist
5
Baptist
6
Free Presbyterian
7
Brethren
8
Protestant - not specified
9
Other Christian
10
Buddhist
11
Hindu
12
Jewish
13
Muslim
14
Sikh
97
Any other religion
If Other religion (NI)
qc_religion_w3_nirel == 97

Please describe this other religion

WRITE IN

Other
If Belongs to a religion or was brought up in a religion
qc_religion_w3_oprlg == 1 || (qc_religion_w3_oprlg0ni >= 1 && qc_religion_w3_oprlg0ni >= 14) || qc_religion_w3_oprlg0ni == 97

Do you consider that you are actively practising your religion?

1
Yes
2
No
If Lives in England, Wales or Scotland
If Does not belong to a religion
qc_religion_w3_oprlg == 2

Which religion were you brought up in?

1
No religion
2
Church of England/Anglican
3
Roman Catholic
4
Church of Scotland
5
Free Church or Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland
6
Episcopalian
7
Methodist
8
Baptist
9
Congregational/United Reform/URC
10
Other Christian
11
Christian (no denomination specified)
12
Muslim/Islam
13
Hindu
14
Jewish
15
Sikh
16
Buddhist
97
Other
If Does belong to a religion
qc_religion_w3_oprlg == 1

Which religion do you regard yourself as belonging to?

2
Church of England/Anglican
3
Roman Catholic
4
Church of Scotland
5
Free Church or Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland
6
Episcopalian
7
Methodist
8
Baptist
9
Congregational/United Reform/URC
10
Other Christian
11
Christian (no denomination specified)
12
Muslim/Islam
13
Hindu
14
Jewish
15
Sikh
16
Buddhist
97
Other
Local Neighbourhood module

Overall, do you like living in this neighbourhood?

1
Yes
2
No

I'm going to read out a list of facilities and services in your local area. For each one please tell me whether you consider your local area services to be excellent, very good, fair or poor? First, primary schools?

1
Excellent
2
Very Good
3
Fair
4
Poor

I'm going to read out a list of facilities and services in your local area. For each one please tell me whether you consider your local area services to be excellent, very good, fair or poor? Secondary schools?

1
Excellent
2
Very Good
3
Fair
4
Poor

I'm going to read out a list of facilities and services in your local area. For each one please tell me whether you consider your local area services to be excellent, very good, fair or poor? Medical facilities?

1
Excellent
2
Very Good
3
Fair
4
Poor

I'm going to read out a list of facilities and services in your local area. For each one please tell me whether you consider your local area services to be excellent, very good, fair or poor? Shopping facilities?

1
Excellent
2
Very Good
3
Fair
4
Poor

I'm going to read out a list of facilities and services in your local area. For each one please tell me whether you consider your local area services to be excellent, very good, fair or poor? Leisure facilities?

1
Excellent
2
Very Good
3
Fair
4
Poor

Are you able to access all services such as healthcare, food shops or learning facilities when you need to?

1
Yes
2
No
If Not able to access services when need to
qc_localneighbourhood_w3_servacc == 2

What stops you from accessing services such as healthcare, food shops and learning facilities when you need to?

PROBE FOR ANY OTHER REASONS CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Too busy / not enough time
2
Lack of accessible information about services
3
Difficulty getting an appointment
4
Financial reasons
5
A health condition, illness or impairment, or disability
6
Public transport is infrequent or unreliable
7
No public transport available
8
Can&amp;#39;t access the public transport that is available
9
Public transport does not go to where the services are
10
No access to a car as a driver or passenger
11
No services in the area
12
Fear of crowds
13
Attitudes of other people
14
Fear of crime
15
Anxiety / lack of confidence
97
Other reasons

And how would you rate public transport services in your local area?

1
Excellent
2
Very good
3
Fair
4
Poor
5
SPONTANEOUS No opinion/cannot rate
If Public transport services in local area are poor
qc_localneighbourhood_w3_locserc == 4

Why do you rate local public transport services as poor?

PROBE "ANY OTHER REASONS?" CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Lack of transport information
2
Cost of transport / Financial reasons
3
No public transport available
4
Public transport is infrequent or unreliable
5
Can&amp;#39;t access the public transport that is available
6
Transport doesn&amp;#39;t go where I need it to
7
Fear of crowds
8
Attitudes of other people
9
Fear of crime
10
Anxiety/lack of confidence
97
Other reasons

I am going to read out a set of statements that could be true about your neighbourhood. Please tell me how much you agree or disagree that each statement describes your neighbourhood. First, this is a close-knit neighbourhood

1
Strongly agree
2
Agree
3
Neither agree nor disagree
4
Disagree
5
Strongly disagree

I am going to read out a set of statements that could be true about your neighbourhood. Please tell me how much you agree or disagree that each statement describes your neighbourhood. People around here are willing to help their neighbours.

1
Strongly agree
2
Agree
3
Neither agree nor disagree
4
Disagree
5
Strongly disagree

I am going to read out a set of statements that could be true about your neighbourhood. Please tell me how much you agree or disagree that each statement describes your neighbourhood. People in this neighbourhood can be trusted.

1
Strongly agree
2
Agree
3
Neither agree nor disagree
4
Disagree
5
Strongly disagree

I am going to read out a set of statements that could be true about your neighbourhood. Please tell me how much you agree or disagree that each statement describes your neighbourhood. People in this neighbourhood generally don't get along with each other.

1
Strongly agree
2
Agree
3
Neither agree nor disagree
4
Disagree
5
Strongly disagree

Now I have some questions about crime. Do you ever worry about the possibility that you, or anyone else who lives with you, might be the victim of crime?

1
Yes
2
No
If Worried about becoming a victim of crime
qc_localneighbourhood_w3_crwora == 1

Is this a big worry, a bit of a worry, or an occasional doubt?

1
Big worry
2
Bit of a worry
3
Occasional doubt

How safe do you feel walking alone in this area after dark?

READ OUT

1
Very safe
2
Fairly safe
3
A bit unsafe
4
Very unsafe
5
SPONTANEOUS: Never goes out after dark
Urban rural module

What type of area did you mostly live in from when you were a baby to 15 years old?

1
An inner city area
2
A suburban area
3
A town
4
A village
5
Rural or countryside
6
Mixture/moved around
Harassment module
If EM Boost sample or GP Comparison sample or LDA sample
The next few questions are about how safe you feel in different places.

In the last 12 months, have you felt unsafe in any of these places? If so, which ones?

EXCLUDE INCIDENTS OUTSIDE THE UK CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
At school
2
At college or university
3
At work
4
On public transport
5
At or around a bus or train station
6
In commercial places like shopping centres, shops or petrol stations
7
In places of entertainment like theatres, cinema, cafes or restaurants
8
At pubs, nightclubs, discos or clubs
9
In car parks
10
Outside, such as on the street, in parks or sports grounds
11
At home
96
SPONTANEOUS No, this has not happened to me in the last 12 months
97
Other places
If Felt unsafe in 'other places'
qc_harassment_w3_unsafe == 97

What other places?

WRITE IN

Other
If Felt unsafe
(qc_harassment_w3_unsafe >= 1 && qc_harassment_w3_unsafe <= 11) || qc_harassment_w3_unsafe == 97
_unsafe <= foreach at qc_harassment_w3_unsafe _unsafe <= foreach at qc_harassment_w3_unsafe

Did you feel unsafe [UNSAFE] for any of these reasons? If so, which ones?

CODE THE STATEMENT "BECAUSE OF THE WAY I LOOK" AS CODE 9 CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Your sex
2
Your age
3
Your ethnicity
4
Your sexual orientation
5
Your health or disability
6
Your nationality
7
Your religion
8
Your language or accent
9
Your dress or appearance
96
None of the above (SPONTANEOUS)
97
Other reason

In the last 12 months, have you avoided going to or being in any of these places? If so, which ones?

EXCLUDE INCIDENTS OUTSIDE THE UK CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
School
2
College or university
3
Work
4
Public Transport
5
A bus or train station
6
Commercial places like shopping centres, shops or petrol stations
7
Places of entertainment like theatres, cinema, cafes or restaurants
8
Pubs, nightclubs, discos or clubs
9
Car parks
10
Outside, such as on the street, in parks or sports grounds
11
Home
96
SPONTANEOUS No, have not avoided anywhere in last 12 months
97
Other places
If Avoided 'other places'
qc_harassment_w3_avoidance == 97

What other places?

WRITE IN

Other
If Avoided somewhere
(qc_harassment_w3_avoidance >= 1 && qc_harassment_w3_avoidance <= 11) || qc_harassment_w3_avoidance == 97
_avoidance <= foreach at qc_harassment_w3_avoidance _avoidance <= foreach at qc_harassment_w3_avoidance

Did you avoid [AVOIDANCE] for any of these reasons? If so, which ones?

CODE THE STATEMENT "BECAUSE OF THE WAY I LOOK" AS CODE 9 CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Your sex
2
Your age
3
Your ethnicity
4
Your sexual orientation
5
Your health or disability
6
Your nationality
7
Your religion
8
Your language or accent
9
Your dress or appearance
96
None of the above (SPONTANEOUS)
97
Other reason

In the last 12 months, have you been insulted, called names, threatened or shouted at, in any of these places? If so, which ones?

EXCLUDE INCIDENTS OUTSIDE THE UK CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
At school
2
At college or university
3
At work
4
On public transport
5
At or around a bus or train station
6
In commercial places like shopping centres, shops or petrol stations
7
In places of entertainment like theatres, cinema, cafes or restaurants
8
At pubs, nightclubs, discos or clubs
9
In car parks
10
Outside, such as on the street, in parks or sports grounds
11
At home
96
SPONTANEOUS No, this has not happened to me in the last 12 months
97
Other places
If Insulted in 'other places'
qc_harassment_w3_insulted == 97

What other places?

WRITE IN

Other
If Insulted or threatened
(qc_harassment_w3_insulted >= 1 && qc_harassment_w3_insulted <= 11) || qc_harassment_w3_insulted == 97
foreach INSULTED foreach INSULTED

Were you insulted, called names, threatened or shouted at [INSULTED] for any of these reasons? If so, which ones?

CODE THE STATEMENT "BECAUSE OF THE WAY I LOOK" AS CODE 9 CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Your sex
2
Your age
3
Your ethnicity
4
Your sexual orientation
5
Your health or disability
6
Your nationality
7
Your religion
8
Your language or accent
9
Your dress or appearance
96
None of the above (SPONTANEOUS)
97
Other reason

In the last 12 months, have you been physically attacked in any of these places? If so, which ones?

EXCLUDE INCIDENTS OUTSIDE THE UK CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
At school
2
At college or university
3
At work
4
On public transport
5
At or around a bus or train station
6
In commercial places like shopping centres, shops or petrol stations
7
In places of entertainment like theatres, cinema, cafes or restaurants
8
At pubs, nightclubs, discos or clubs
9
In car parks
10
Outside, such as on the street, in parks or sports grounds
11
At home
96
SPONTANEOUS No, this has not happened to me in the last 12 months
97
Other places
If Attacked in 'other places'
qc_harassment_w3_attacked == 97

What other places?

WRITE IN

Other
If Physically attacked
qc_harassment_w3_attacked >= 1 && qc_harassment_w3_attacked <= 11) || qc_harassment_w3_attacked == 97
foreach ATTACKED foreach ATTACKED

Were you physically attacked [ATTACKED] for any of these reasons? If so, which ones?

CODE THE STATEMENT "BECAUSE OF THE WAY I LOOK" AS CODE 9 CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Your sex
2
Your age
3
Your ethnicity
4
Your sexual orientation
5
Your health or disability
6
Your nationality
7
Your religion
8
Your language or accent
9
Your dress or appearance
96
None of the above (SPONTANEOUS)
97
Other reason
Social networks module
Now some questions about your friends.

What proportion of your friends are of a similar age as you?

1
All similar
2
more than half
3
about half
4
or less than half?
5
SPONTANEOUS: Don&amp;#39;t have any friends
If has friends
qc_socialnetworks_w3_simage != 5

And what about ethnic group. What proportion of your friends are of the same ethnic group as you?

1
All the same
2
more than half
3
about half
4
or, less than half?

What proportion of your friends have a similar level of education as you?

1
All similar
2
more than half
3
about half
4
or less than half?

And what proportion of your friends are employed, either full or part-time, or are self-employed?

1
All of them
2
more than half
3
about half
4
or less than half?

What proportion of your friends have similar incomes to you?

1
All similar
2
more than half
3
about half
4
or less than half?

What proportion of your friends live in your local area?

1
All are in the local area
2
more than half
3
about half
4
less than half
5
or none?

Some people consider family members as friends. What proportion of your friends are family members?

1
All of them
2
more than half
3
about half
4
or, less than half?
5
Do not have any friends / consider family as friends.
If has friends OR family as friends
qc_socialnetworks_w3_simage != 5 || qc_socialnetworks_w3_simfam != 5

How many close friends would you say you have?

ENTER NUMBER

How many

Do you belong to any social networking web-sites?

ADD IF NECESSARY: "THIS MIGHT INCLUDE FOR BUSINESS OR PROFESSIONAL REASONS, DATING, OR JUST CHATTING OR INTERACTING WITH FRIENDS".

1
Yes
2
No
If Belongs to a social website
qc_socialnetworks_w3_socweb == 1

How many hours do you spend chatting or interacting with friends through social web-sites on a normal week day, that is Monday to Friday?

1
None
2
Less than an hour
3
1-3 hours
4
4-6 hours
5
7 or more hours

Do you go out socially or visit friends when you feel like it?

1
Yes
2
No
If Does not visit friends
qc_socialnetworks_w3_visfrnds == 2

What stops you from going out socially or visiting friends when you want to?

PROBE FOR OTHER REASONS CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Too busy / not enough time
2
Financial reasons
3
A health condition, illness or impairment, or disability
4
No public transport available
5
Public transport is infrequent or unreliable
5
Can&amp;#39;t access the public transport that is available
7
No access to a car as a driver or passenger
8
Nowhere to go in the area
9
No-one to go with
10
Attitudes of other people
11
Fear of crowds
12
Fear of crime
13
Anxiety / lack of confidence
14
Caring responsibilities
97
Other reasons
Groups and Organisations module
If Mode is face-to-face

Are you currently a member of any of the kinds of organisations on this card?

1
Yes
2
No
If member of any organisation
qc_groupsandorganisations_w3_org == 1

Which ones?

PROBE FOR ANY OTHERS CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Political party
2
Trade Unions
3
Environmental group
4
Parents&amp;#39;/School Association
5
Tenants&amp;#39;/Residents&amp;#39; Group or Neighbourhood Watch
6
Religious group or church organisation
7
Voluntary services group
8
Pensioners group/organisation
9
Scouts/Guides organisation
10
Professional organisation
11
Other community or civic group
12
Social Club/Working men&amp;#39;s club
13
Sports Club
14
Women&amp;#39;s Institute/Townswomen&amp;#39;s Guild
15
Women&amp;#39;s Group/Feminist Organisation
16
Other group or organisation
96
SPONTANEOUS None of these

Whether you are a member or not, do you join in the activities of any of these organisations on a regular basis?

PROBE FOR ANY OTHERS CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Political party
2
Trade Unions
3
Environmental group
4
Parents&amp;#39;/School Association
5
Tenants&amp;#39;/Residents&amp;#39; Group or Neighbourhood Watch
6
Religious group or church organisation
7
Voluntary services group
8
Pensioners group/organisation
9
Scouts/Guides organisation
10
Professional organisation
11
Other community or civic group
12
Social Club/Working men&amp;#39;s club
13
Sports Club
14
Women&amp;#39;s Institute/Townswomen&amp;#39;s Guild
15
Women&amp;#39;s Group/Feminist Organisation
16
Other group or organisation
96
SPONTANEOUS None of these
If Mode is telephone

I am going to read a list of types of organisations. For each, tell me whether you are a member of an organisation of that type.

READ OUT EACH OPTION AND CODE

1
Political party
2
Trade Unions
3
Environmental group
4
Parents&amp;#39;/School Association
5
Tenants&amp;#39;/Residents&amp;#39; Group or Neighbourhood Watch
6
Religious group or church organisation
7
Voluntary services group
8
Pensioners group/organisation
9
Scouts/Guides organisation
10
Professional organisation
11
Other community or civic group
12
Social Club/Working men&amp;#39;s club
13
Sports Club
14
Women&amp;#39;s Institute/Townswomen&amp;#39;s Guild
15
Women&amp;#39;s Group/Feminist Organisation
16
Other group or organisation
96
SPONTANEOUS None of these

Whether you are a member or not, do you join in the activities of any of these organisations on a regular basis?

READ OUT EACH OPTION AND CODE

1
Political party
2
Trade Unions
3
Environmental group
4
Parents&amp;#39;/School Association
5
Tenants&amp;#39;/Residents&amp;#39; Group or Neighbourhood Watch
6
Religious group or church organisation
7
Voluntary services group
8
Pensioners group/organisation
9
Scouts/Guides organisation
10
Professional organisation
11
Other community or civic group
12
Social Club/Working men&amp;#39;s club
13
Sports Club
14
Women&amp;#39;s Institute/Townswomen&amp;#39;s Guild
15
Women&amp;#39;s Group/Feminist Organisation
16
Other group or organisation
96
SPONTANEOUS None of these
General Health module

Next, we have some questions about your health.

1
Continue

In general, would you say your health is...

READ OUT

1
Excellent
2
Very good
3
Good
4
Fair
5
Poor
Disability module

Do you have any long-standing physical or mental impairment, illness or disability? By 'long-standing' I mean anything that has troubled you over a period of at least 12 months or that is likely to trouble you over a period of at least 12 months.

This is the respondent's own definition of their disability status

1
Yes
2
No
If Has a long-standing illness or disability
qc_disability_w3_health == 1

Does this/Do these health problem(s) or disability(ies) mean that you have substantial difficulties with any of the following areas of your life?

PROBE FOR ANY OTHERS CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Mobility (moving around at home and walking)
2
Lifting, carrying or moving objects
3
Manual dexterity (using your hands to carry out everyday tasks)
4
Continence (bladder and bowel control)
5
Hearing (apart from using a standard hearing aid)
6
Sight (apart from wearing standard glasses)
7
Communication or speech problems
8
Memory or ability to concentrate, learn or understand
9
Recognising when you are in physical danger
10
Your physical co-ordination (e.g. balance)
11
Difficulties with own personal care (e.g. getting dressed, taking a bath or shower)
12
Other health problem or disability
96
None of these
Health conditions module
If new entrant never interviewed

Has a doctor or other health professional ever told you that you have any of these conditions? Please just tell me the numbers that apply.

CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Asthma
2
Arthritis
3
Congestive heart failure
4
Coronary heart disease
5
Angina
6
Heart attack or myocardial infarction
7
Stroke
8
Emphysema
9
Hyperthyroidism or an over-active thyroid
10
Hypothyroidism or an under-active thyroid
11
Chronic bronchitis
12
Any kind of liver condition
13
Cancer or malignancy
14
Diabetes
15
Epilepsy
16
High blood pressure
17
Clinical depression
96
None of these
If Has a diagnosed health condition
qc_healthconditions_w3_hcond > 0 && qc_healthconditions_w3_hcond < 18
foreach health condition foreach health condition
If Has a health condition other than a heart attack or stroke
(qc_healthconditions_w3_hcond >= 1 && qc_healthconditions_w3_hcond <= 5) || (qc_healthconditions_w3_hcond >= 8 && qc_healthconditions_w3_hcond8 <= 17)

Do you still have [HCond]?

1
Yes
2
No

What age were you when you were first told you had a [HCond] ?

ENTER AGE

Age
Caring module
If More than one person in the household

Is there anyone living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly whom you look after or give special help to (for example, a sick, disabled or elderly relative/husband/wife/friend etc)?

Occasionally a person may not think of the care they provide as special because they either may have been looking after this person for a long time or because they view it as a natural obligation to look after a close relative, or because they think it normal to povide special care for the elderly. In some cases you may already know of someone in the household who is infirm or disabled. If you have reason to believe that someone within the household is receiving regular care because of age, infirmity or disability but this is not reported by the respondent you should ask 'And what about (NAME OF PERSON)? Do you look after them at all?' If the respondent does not agree, code answer given.

1
Yes
2
No
If Resp cares for someone in the household
qc_caring_w3_aidhh == 1

Who do you look after?

CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 1]
2
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 2]
3
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 3]
4
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 4]
5
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 5]
6
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 6]
7
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 7]
8
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 8]
9
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 9]
10
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 10]
11
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 11]
12
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 12]
13
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 13]
14
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 14]
15
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 15]
16
[hhgrid.hhgrid.name where hhgrid.hhgrid.pno = 16]

Do you provide some regular service or help for any sick, disabled or elderly person not living with you?

Exclude any care given in the course of employment (e.g. by social worker or home help) but include if they provide care unpaid outside working hours. Exclude work in drop-in centres, luncheon clubs or meals on wheels. Include any service provided including visiting, sitting with them, keeping company, taking out, checking whether or not they are alright, helping with bills etc, as well as help with housework, cooking and personal care (e.g. washing or dressing). Include only one-to -one caring so that if, for instance, someone helps with meals-on-wheels or driving people to hospital this, in itself, does not count since they may be seeing different people each day. If, on the other hand they are paired off with one specific elderly/disabled person, this would count. Include here cases where person cared for is in the same building as respondent but lives separately (e.g. a 'granny flat' or annexe). Some respondents will be caring for people as a voluntary worker rather than as a friend or relative. If caring for two parents living together, code each separately. EXCLUDE HELP PROVIDED IN COURSE OF EMPLOYMENT

1
Yes
2
No
If Non-resident cared for
qc_caring_w3_aidxhh == 1

How many people do you care for?

caring_w3_naidxhh

Who is the first person that you look after or help? (What is their relationship to you?)

CODE RELATIONSHIP OF FIRST PERSON MENTIONED TO RESPONDENT

1
Parent/parent-in-law
2
Grandparent
3
Aunt/uncle
4
Other relative
5
Friend or neighbour
6
Client(s) of voluntary organisation
97
Other
If More than one non-resident cared for
qc_caring_w3_naidxhh > '1'

Who is the second person that you look after or help? (What is their relationship to you?)

CODE RELATIONSHIP OF SECOND PERSON MENTIONED TO RESPONDENT

1
Parent/parent-in-law
2
Grandparent
3
Aunt/uncle
4
Other relative
5
Friend or neighbour
6
Client(s) of voluntary organisation
97
Other
If Non-resident or someone in household cared for
qc_caring_w3_aidxhh == 1 || qc_caring_w3_aidhh == 1

Now thinking about everyone who you look after or provide help for both those living with you and not living with you - in total, how many hours do you spend each week looking after or helping (him/her/them)?

Please note that if respondent spends time caring for people within and outside the household the total time spent on both together should be entered. Include any travelling time or time spent sleeping at dependant's house if dependant is outside carer's household. If continuous care is given use code 7 IF IT VARIES PROBE WHETHER USUALLY UNDER OR OVER 20 HOURS A WEEK INCLUDE CARE BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE HOUSEHOLD

1
0 - 4 hours per week
2
5 - 9 hours per week
3
10 - 19 hours per week
4
20 - 34 hours per week
5
35 - 49 hours per week
6
50 - 99 hours per week
7
100 or more hours per week/continuous care
8
Varies under 20 hours
9
Varies 20 hours or more
97
Other
If Job status is not retired and cares for someone in household
qc_demographics_w3_jbstat != 4 && qc_caring_w3_aidhh == 1

Thinking about everyone who lives with you that you look after or provide help for - does this extra work looking after [NAME(S)] prevent you from doing a paid job or as much paid work as you might like to do? Would you say you are...

READ OUT

1
Unable to work at all
2
Unable to do as much paid work as you might
3
Or this doesn&amp;#39;t prevent you from working?
Partnership history module
If new entrant never interviewed, excluding rising 16 year olds

We are interested in some important events that there may have been in your life, such as marriage and the birth of children.

1
Continue

As you know, some couples choose to live together without actually ever getting married. Apart from your current husband/wife/partner, have {if HHGRID.LIVESP = 1 | HHGRID.LIVEWITH = 1|3} / Have you ever lived with someone as a couple without being married?

DO NOT INCLUDE CURRENT PARTNER/SPOUSE

1
Yes
2
No
If ever cohabited without marrying
qc_partnershiphistory_w3_lcohnpi == 1

In what month and year did you first live with someone as a couple?

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

In what month and year did you first live with someone as a couple? TYPE IN YEAR

partnershiphistory_coh1by

Did you go on to marry the person you lived with at the time?

1
Yes
2
No

In what month and year did you stop living as a couple with this partner?

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

In what month and year did you stop living as a couple with this partner? TYPE IN YEAR

partnershiphistory_w3_coh1ey
If marital status is married, civil partner, separated from spouse, divorced, widowed, separated from civil partner, a former civil partner (civil partnership having dissolved) or a surviving civil partner (partner having died)
qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat >= 2 && qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat <= 9

Altogether, how many times have you been married or in a civil partnership?

IF CURRENTLY MARRIED INCLUDE CURRENT MARRIAGE

partnershiphistory_w3_nmar

In what month and year did you marry for the first time {if NMAR greater than 1} ?

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

In what month and year did you marry for the first time {if NMAR greater than 1} ? TYPE IN YEAR

partnershiphistory_w3_lmar1y
Fertility history module
If new entrant never interviewed, excluding rising 16 year olds

The next questions are about any children you may have had, including step or adopted children and biological children.

1
Continue
If number of adoptive children in household is 0

Have you ever had any adopted or step children living with you?

Include children of all ages, not just those under 16. Include any children from a spouse or partner's previous marriages or relationships, both now and at any time in the past. 'Step-children' include de facto step-children, that is children living with them as well as those acquired formally through marriage. Exclude any foster children unless they have subsequently been adopted. Include cases where respondents were guardians of children of relatives on a long term basis

1
Yes
2
No
If has had adopted child(ren) or adoptive children in household
qc_fertilityhistory_w3_ladopt == 1

How many step/adopted children have you had in all?

fertilityhistory_w3_lnadopt
If number of biological children in household is 0

Have you ever [fathered/had] any biological children?

BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN ONLY: INCLUDE STILLBIRTHS EXCLUDE ADOPTED, FOSTERED OR STEP CHILDREN

1
Yes
2
No
If has had biological child(ren) or biological children in household
qc_fertilityhistory_w3_lprnt == 1

Can I just check, how many biological children have you [fathered/had]?

Include any stillborn children but not miscarriages. If asked to clarify, a death certificate must be issued in the case of a still birth but not in the case of a miscarriage. For men, this question includes children where the respondent and the mother never actually lived together BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN ONLY: INCLUDE STILLBIRTHS EXCLUDE ADOPTED, FOSTERED OR STEP CHILDREN

fertilityhistory_w3_lnprnt

Can you please tell me the date of birth of your eldest (first born) child? ENTER DAY

fertilityhistory_w3_ch1bd

Can you please tell me the date of birth of your eldest (first born) child? ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

Can you please tell me the date of birth of your eldest (first born) child? ENTER YEAR

fertilityhistory_w3_ch1by4
Annual Event History module
If interviewed at prior wave or has been interviewed previously

The next questions ask about changes that may have happened to you since we last interviewed you on [ff_intdate].

1
Continue
If HH interviewed at current address previously and respondent is a continuing respondent or HH interviewed at different address previously and respondent is a rejoiner
qc_hhgrid_w3_orgadd == 1 || qc_hhgrid_w3_orgadd == 2

Can I just check, have you yourself lived at this address continuously since the last time we interviewed you, that is since [ff_IntDate]?

1
Yes
2
No
If HH interviewed at current address previously and respondent is a rejoiner or respondent has not lived at current address continuously since previous interview, or HH interviewed at a different address previously and respondent has not lived at the current address continuously since previous interview
(qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 1 && qc_annualeventhistory_w3_adcts == 2) || (qc_hhgrid_w3_origadd == 2 && qc_annualeventhistory_w3_adcts != 1)

Thinking about the reasons why you haven't lived continuously at this address since we last interviewed you, did you move from this address for {if HHGRID.NewPer = 4 & AdCts = 2} / Last time we interviewed you, you were living at a different address. Did you move from that address for...

READ OUT CODE ALL THAT APPLY

1
Family related reasons
2
Education related reasons
3
Employer related reasons
4
Housing related reasons
5
Area related reasons
6
Or did you have to move for some other reason?
If Moved for family reasons
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_movy1 == 1

What family related reason was that?

PROBE AS NECESSARY CODE ONE ONLY

1
Married/moved in with partner
2
Separated/divorced/split up from spouse/partner
3
Moved in with family/moved back with family (other than code 1)
4
Moved away from family (other than code 2)
5
Moved in with friends
6
Moved to be closer to family/friends
7
Moved with spouse/partner due to their relocation
8
None of the above/Other reason
If Moved for education reasons
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_movy1 == 2

What education related reason was that?

PROBE AS NECESSARY CODE ONE ONLY

1
Moved to term-time accommodation/college or university
2
Left education/ended course
3
None of the above/Other reason
If Moved for employment reasons
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_movy1 == 3

What employment related reason was that?

PROBE AS NECESSARY CODE ONE ONLY

1
Employer moved job to another workplace
2
Got a different job with the same employer which meant moving workplace
3
Moved to start a new job with a new employer
4
Moved to be nearer work but didn&amp;#39;t move workplace
5
Moved to start own business
6
Decided to relocate own business
7
Salary increased so could afford to move home
8
Moved to look for work
9
Retirement (self or spouse)
10
None of the above/Other reason
If Moved for housing reasons
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_movy1 == 4

What housing related reason was that?

PROBE AS NECESSARY CODE ONE ONLY

1
Wanted somewhere bigger
2
Wanted somewhere smaller/cheaper
3
Wanted own accommodation or to form a household
4
To buy somewhere
5
Health reasons (e.g. house too damp, house not healthy)
6
Wanted bungalow / no stairs / ground floor flat
7
Needed care in sheltered accommodation/care/nursing home
8
Disliked previous house/flat
9
Wanted better accommodation
10
Wanted more privacy/previous accommodation overcrowded
11
Wanted a change
12
Evicted from rented accommodation/repossessed/other forced moves
13
Council offered new accommodation
14
None of the above/Other reason
If Moved for area related reasons
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_movy1 == 5

What area related reason was that?

PROBE AS NECESSARY CODE ONE ONLY

1
Disliked absence of facilities/isolation
2
Wanted to move to a more rural environment
3
Disliked traffic (including noise or danger from traffic)
4
Disliked crime, vandalism, etc/area unsafe
5
Noise (other than traffic)
6
Unfriendly area/Disliked neighbours
7
Wanted to move to specific place
8
Disliked area
9
None of the above/Other reason
If Moved for other reasons
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_movy1 == 6

What other reason was that?

WRITE IN

Other

Did you move directly from that address into this address or did you live somewhere else in between?

1
Moved direct to this address
2
Lived somewhere else in between

Please tell me the month and year you moved into this address? ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

Please tell me the month and year you moved into this address? ENTER YEAR

annualeventhistory_w3_plnowy4
If Not in the group 'last wave husband/wife/CP still resident'

When we last interviewed you, your legal marital status was [ff_marstat]. Has your legal marital status changed at all since [ff_intdate]?

1
Yes
2
No
3
Last wave marital status incorrect
If Last wave legal marital status incorrect
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_mstatsam == 3

Can you tell me what your legal marital status was last time we interviewed you on [ff_IntDate]?

1
Single and never married or never in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
2
Married
3
A Civil Partner in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
4
Separated but legally married
5
Divorced
6
Widowed
7
SPONTANEOUS: Separated from Civil Partner
8
SPONTANEOUS: A former Civil Partner, the Civil Partnership legally dissolved
9
SPONTANEOUS: A surviving Civil Partner (your partner having died)

Has your legal marital status changed at all since [ff_IntDate]?

1
Yes
2
No
If Legal marital status has changed since last wave
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_mstatsam == 1 || qc_annualeventhistory_w3_mstatsamn == 1
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_cmlstat == 1 qc_annualeventhistory_w3_cmlstat == 1

What did your legal marital status become with this change? Were you...

1
Single and never married or never in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
2
Married
3
A Civil Partner in a legally recognised Civil Partnership
4
Separated but legally married
5
Divorced
6
Widowed
7
SPONTANEOUS: Separated from Civil Partner
8
SPONTANEOUS: A former Civil Partner, the Civil Partnership legally dissolved
9
SPONTANEOUS: A surviving Civil Partner (your partner having died)

Can you tell me the month and year of that change to your legal marital status? ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

Can you tell me the month and year of that change to your legal marital status? ENTER YEAR

annualeventhistory_w3_statcy4
If New legal marital status is divorced or former civil partner (civil partnership legally dissolved)
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_mstatch == 5 || qc_annualeventhistory_w3_mstatch == 8

You say you became divorced {if MStatCh = 5} / your civil partnership was dissolved {if MStatCh = 8} . Is the date you have given me the date your divorce {if MStatCh = 5} / dissolved partnership {if MStatCh = 8} became final or the date you separated and stopped living with your husband/wife/partner?

1
Date became final
2
Date stopped living together
If Date given for change of marital status was date stopped living together
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_divchk == 2

Is your divorce {if MStatCh = 5} / dissolved civil partnership {if MStatCh = 8} legally final?

1
Yes
2
No
If Divorce/dissolved civil partnership is final
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_divfin == 1

In what month and year did your divorce or annulment {if MStatCh = 5} / dissolved civil partnership {if MStatCh = 8} become final? ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

In what month and year did your divorce or annulment {if MStatCh = 5} / dissolved civil partnership {if MStatCh = 8} become final? ENTER YEAR

annualeventhistory_w3_dvy4

And has your legal marital status changed again since then?

1
Yes
2
No
If Not living with same spouse/partner as at last wave

Since we interviewed you on [ff_IntDate] have you had any periods of cohabitation lasting three months or more? Please include your current husband/wife/partner. {if currently married or cohabiting and spouse/partner is resident}

1
Yes
2
No
If Has had cohabitation spell(s) since last interview
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_cohab == 1

How many periods of cohabitation lasting three months or more have you had since [ff_IntDate] ,including periods of cohabitation with your current husband/wife/partner {if currently married or cohabiting and spouse/partner is resident} ?

TYPE IN NUMBER

annualeventhistory_w3_cohabn
If Number of cohabitation spells given
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_cohabn > '0'
_cohabitation <= qc_annualeventhistory_w3_cohabn _cohabitation <= qc_annualeventhistory_w3_cohabn

Can you tell me the month and year you started [this/your first/your next] period of cohabitation? ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

Can you tell me the month and year you started [this/your first/your next] period of cohabitation? ENTER YEAR

annualeventhistory_w3_lmcby4
If on the last cohabitation spell and is currently married or civil partnership or living with someone as a couple
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_cobhabn == '7' && ((qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat == 2 || qc_hhgrid_w3_marstat == 3) || qc_hhgrid_w3_livewith == 1)

Can I just check, is this your current husband/wife {if HHGRID.MARSTAT = 2} / partner {if HHGRID.MARSTAT = 3 | HHGRID.LiveWith = 1} ?

1
Yes
2
No
If not current spouse/partner or currpart is don't know, refused or not asked
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_currpart == 2 || qc_annualeventhistory_w3_currpart == "dk" || qc_annualeventhistory_w3_currpart == "ref" || qc_annualeventhistory_w3_currpart == "mis"

In what month and year did you stop living with that partner? ENTER MONTH

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

In what month and year did you stop living with that partner? ENTER YEAR

annualeventhistory_w3_lmspy4
If Male and aged 16 to 64

Since we last interviewed you on [ff_IntDate] have you fathered any children, including any children who are not living with you here?

BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN ONLY: EXCLUDE ADOPTED, FOSTERED OR STEP CHILDREN

1
Yes
2
No
3
Awaiting birth of child
If Has fathered a child since last interview
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_father == 1

How many children have you had since [ff_IntDate]?

ENTER NUMBER

annualeventhistory_w3_nchild
If Female and aged 16 to 49 or is a new mother
qc_hhgrid_w3_sex == 2
The next questions are about any children you may have had.

Since [ff_IntDate] have you been pregnant at all, even if this did not result in a live birth?

1
Pregnant at last interview
2
Yes, has had pregnancy
3
No pregnancies
_pregnancy [] _pregnancy []
If Has had a pregnancy since last interview/next pregnancy
qc_annualeventhistory_w3_preg == 2 || qc_annualeventhistory_w3_morpreg == 1

In what month and year did you become pregnant? PLEASE ENTER THE MONTH

INCLUDE STILLBIRTHS, MISCARRIAGES AND TERMINATIONS

1
January
2
February
3
March
4
April
5
May
6
June
7
July
8
August
9
September
10
October
11
November
12
December

In what month and year did you become pregnant? PLEASE ENTER THE YEAR

annualeventhistory_w3_pregy4