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LOS ANGELES COUNTY SURVEY DATA

The March wave of data for Los Angeles County is simply a subset of the national data, only including Los Angeles County residents. As of April 1, the data collection for Los Angeles County consists of two components. The first component is the national survey administered to Los Angeles County residents once every fourteen days. The second component consists of a shorter survey with the same 14 days periodicity, but administered in the alternative weeks. To give an example, if an LA County respondent is invited to a survey on Monday, April 6, for the national survey then the same respondent is invited for a shorter survey on Monday, April 13. Conversely, a respondent who is invited for a national survey on Monday, April 13, will be invited for a short survey on Monday, April 6, etc. Since the content of the short survey is mainly a subset of the questions in the national survey, the result is that for the short survey, we collect data at a weekly frequency in Los Angeles County, rather than every other week. This set-up implies that a respondent in Los Angeles County has only one week to answer a survey, rather than two weeks as in the rest of the country.

The separate data sets, questionnaires and codebooks are listed below. UAS Understanding Coronavirus in America publications in academia, blogs and the media can be found here.

LONGITUDINAL DATA


INDIVIDUAL DATA:


QUESTIONNAIRES


CODEBOOKS


REPORTS