Survey Text

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2005 1998 1991 1984
2004 1997 1990 1983
2003 1996 1989 1982
2002 1995 1988
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2000 1993 1986
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2006
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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2005
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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2004
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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2003
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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2002
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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2001
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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2000
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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1999
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
Skip Instructions:
goto HOUSEOWN

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1998
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
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1997
Survey form view entire document:  text  image

Question ID: FIN.250_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FAMINC
Question Text:
Now I am going to ask about the total combined income [fill1: for you/of your family] in [fill2: last calendar year in 4 digit format], including income from all sources we have just talked about such as wages, salaries, Social Security or retirement benefits, help from relatives and so forth.
Can you tell me that amount before taxes?
*If necessary, remind respondent that total combined family income is their income plus the income of all family members including cohabiting partners and armed forces members living at home before taxes.
*Enter '999995' if the reported income is greater than $999,995.
000000-999994 0-$999,994
999995 $999,995+
999997 Refused
999999 Don't know
Universe Text: All families
Skip Instructions:
(0-999) [goto ERR1_FAMINC]
(1000-250000) [goto HOUSEOWN]
(250001-999995) [goto ERR2_FAMINC]
(R,D) [goto FINC20]

Question ID: FIN.260_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINC20
Question Text:
You may not be able to give us an exact figure for your [fill1: /total combined family] income, but can you tell me if your income in [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format] was
*Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.
1 $20,000 or more
2 Less than $20,000
7 Refused
9 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "don't know" or "refused" was the answer for total family income (FAMINC)
Skip Instructions:
(1,2) [goto FINCCAT]
(R,D) [goto HOUSEOWN]

Question ID: FIN.270_00.000

Instrument Variable Name: FINCCAT
Question Text:
[If FINC20 = $20,000 or more, fill: *(book) F24]
[if FINC20 = $20,000 or less, fill: *(book) F25]
Of those income groups, can you tell me which letter best represents [fill1: your/the total combined family] income during [fill2: last calendar year in 4-digit format]?
*Enter the [fill3: letter/letters] corresponding to total combined family income.
00 A. Less than $1,000
01 B. $1,000-$1,999
02 C. $2,000-$2,999
03 D. $3,000-$3,999
04 E. $4,000-$4,999
05 F. $5,000-$5,999
06 G. $6,000-$6,999
07 H. $7,000-$7,999
08 I. $8,000-$8,999
09 J. $9,000-$9,999
10 K. $10,000-$10,999
11 L. $11,000-$11,999
12 M. $12,000-$12,999
13 N. $13,000-$13,999
14 O. $14,000-$14,999
15 P. $15,000-$15,999
16 Q. $16,000-$16,999
17 R. $17,000-$17,999
18 S. $18,000-$18,999
19 T. $19,000-$19,999
20 AA. $20,000-$20,999
21 BB. $21,000-$21,999
22 CC. $22,000-$22,999
23 DD. $23,000-$23,999
24 EE. $24,000-$24,999
25 FF. $25,000-$25,999
26 GG. $26,000-$26,999
27 HH. $27,000-$27,999
28 II. $28,000-$28,999
29 JJ. $29,000-$29,999
30 KK. $30,000-$30,999
31 LL. $31,000-$31,999
32 MM. $32,000-$32,999
33 NN. $33,000-$33,999
34 OO. $34,000-$34,999
35 PP. $35,000-$39,999
36 QQ. $40,000-$44,999
37 RR. $45,000-$49,999
38 SS. $50,000-$54,999
39 TT. $55,000-$59,999
40 UU. $60,000-$64,999
41 VV. $65,000-$69,999
42 WW. $70,000-$74,999
Card F24
AA. $20,000 - $20,999
BB. $21,000 - $21,999
CC. $22,000 - $22,999
DD. $23,000 - $23,999
EE. $24,000 - $24,999
FF. $25,000 - $25,999
GG. $26,000 - $26,999
HH. $27,000 - $27,999
II. $28,000 - $28,999
JJ. $29,000 - $29,999
KK. $30,000 - $30,999
LL. $31,000 - $31,999
MM. $32,000 - $32,999
NN. $33,000 - $33,999
OO. $34,000 - $34,999
PP. $35,000 - $39,999
QQ. $40,000 - $44,999
RR. $45,000 - $49,999
SS. $50,000 - $54,999
TT. $55,000 - $59,999
UU. $60,000 - $64,999
VV. $65,000 - $69,999
WW. $70,000 - $74,999
XX. $75,000 and over
Card F25
A. Less than $1,000
B. $1,000 - $1,999
C. $2,000 - $2,999
D. $3,000 - $3,999
E. $4,000 - $4,999
F. $5,000 - $5,999
G. $6,000 - $6,999
H. $7,000 - $7,999
I. $8,000 - $8,999
J. $9,000 - $9,999
K. $10,000 - $10,999
L. $11,000 - $11,999
M. $12,000 - $12,999
N. $13,000 - $13,999
O. $14,000 - $14,999
P. $15,000 - $15,999
Q. $16,000 - $16,999
R. $17,000 - $17,999
S. $18,000 - $18,999
T. $19,000 - $19,999
43 XX. $75,000 and over
97 Refused
99 Don't know
Universe Text: All families where "less than $20,000" or "$20,000 or more" was the answer to FINC20
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1996
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

00[] A
01[] B
02[] C
03[] D
04[] E
05[] F
06[] G
07[] H
08[] I
09[] J
10[] K
11[] L
12[] M
13[] N
14[] O
15[] P
16[] Q
17[] R
18[] S
19[] T
20[] U
21[] V
22[] W
23[] X
24[] Y
25[] Z
26[] ZZ

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1995
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

00[] A
01[] B
02[] C
03[] D
04[] E
05[] F
06[] G
07[] H
08[] I
09[] J
10[] K
11[] L
12[] M
13[] N
14[] O
15[] P
16[] Q
17[] R
18[] S
19[] T
20[] U
21[] V
22[] W
23[] X
24[] Y
25[] Z
26[] ZZ

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1994
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

00[] A
01[] B
02[] C
03[] D
04[] E
05[] F
06[] G
07[] H
08[] I
09[] J
10[] K
11[] L
12[] M
13[] N
14[] O
15[] P
16[] Q
17[] R
18[] S
19[] T
20[] U
21[] V
22[] W
23[] X
24[] Y
25[] Z
26[] ZZ

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1993
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

00[] A
01[] B
02[] C
03[] D
04[] E
05[] F
06[] G
07[] H
08[] I
09[] J
10[] K
11[] L
12[] M
13[] N
14[] O
15[] P
16[] Q
17[] R
18[] S
19[] T
20[] U
21[] V
22[] W
23[] X
24[] Y
25[] Z
26[] ZZ

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1992
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

00[] A
01[] B
02[] C
03[] D
04[] E
05[] F
06[] G
07[] H
08[] I
09[] J
10[] K
11[] L
12[] M
13[] N
14[] O
15[] P
16[] Q
17[] R
18[] S
19[] T
20[] U
21[] V
22[] W
23[] X
24[] Y
25[] Z
26[] ZZ

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1991
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

00[] A
01[] B
02[] C
03[] D
04[] E
05[] F
06[] G
07[] H
08[] I
09[] J
10[] K
11[] L
12[] M
13[] N
14[] O
15[] P
16[] Q
17[] R
18[] S
19[] T
20[] U
21[] V
22[] W
23[] X
24[] Y
25[] Z
26[] ZZ

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1990
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

00[] A
01[] B
02[] C
03[] D
04[] E
05[] F
06[] G
07[] H
08[] I
09[] J
10[] K
11[] L
12[] M
13[] N
14[] O
15[] P
16[] Q
17[] R
18[] S
19[] T
20[] U
21[] V
22[] W
23[] X
24[] Y
25[] Z
26[] ZZ

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1989
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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1988
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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1987
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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1986
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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1985
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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15[] P
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1984
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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1983
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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1982
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8a. Was the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months - that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home) more or less than $20,000? Include money from jobs, social security, retirement income, unemployment payments, public assistance, and so forth. Also include income from interest, dividends, net income from business, farm, or rent, and any other money income received.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

1[] $20,000 or more (Hand Card I)
2[] Less than $20,000 (Hand Card J)
CARD I
U ... $20,000 - $24,999
V ... $25,000 - $29,999
W ... $30,000 - $34,999
X ... $35,000 - $39,999
Y ... $40,000 - $44,999
Z ... $45,000 - $49,999
ZZ ... $50,000 and over
CARD J
A ... Less than $1,000 (including loss)
B ... $1,000 - $1,999
C ... $2,000 - $2,999
D ... $3,000 - $3,999
E ... $4,000 - $4,999
F ... $5,000 - $5,999
G ... $6,000 - $6,999
H ... $7,000 - $7,999
I ... $8,000 - $8,999
J ... $9,000 - $9,999
K ... $10,000 - $10,999
L ... $11,000 - $11,999
M ... $12,000 - $12,999
N ... $13,000 - $13,999
O ... $14,000 - $14,999
P ... $15,000 - $15,999
Q ... $16,000 - $16,999
R ... $17,000 - $17,999
S ... $18,000 - $18,999
T ... $19,000 - $19,999

Read parenthetical phrase if Armed Forces member living at home or if necessary:
b. Of those income groups, which letter best represents the total combined FAMILY income during the past 12 months (that is, yours, (read names, including Armed Forces members living at home))? Include wages, salaries, and other items we just talked about.
Read if necessary: Income is important in analyzing the health information we collect. For example, this information helps us to learn whether persons in one income group use certain types of medical care services or have certain conditions more or less often than those in another group.

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02[] C
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12[] M
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