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PORKYR
Times per year consumed pork

Codes

PORKYR is a 4-digit-numeric variable.

0: Never or less than 6 times per year
9995: 9995+ times
9996: Not in Universe
9999: Unknown-don't know

Description

For sample adults, PORKYR is a recoded variable that reports how many times per year the person consumed pork, including pork chops or roasts. This recoded variable is based on the responses to PORKNO, which reports the frequency with which the person ate pork, and PORKTP, which reports the corresponding time unit. For information about the portion size, see PORKSIZ.

In 2010, the variable REDMEATMNO was introduced, which reports how many times the person ate red meat, such as beef, pork, ham, or sausage.

PORKYR is part of a series of variables initiated in 1987 related to food, food knowledge, and cancer. For related variables, please use the IPUMS NHIS search function and drop-down menus.

Comparability

Changes in survey design (e.g., quarters in which the supplement was collected) may affect raw frequencies, but do not affect comparability of the variable. As always, data users should use the prescribed IHIS weights.

Universe

  • 1987: Half of sample persons age 18+ (excluded from CACT supplement).
  • 1992: Half of sample persons age 18+ in quarters 1 and 2, and in 2 weeks of quarter 3 (excluded from CACT supplement).

Availability

  • 1987, 1992

Weights