Routing for UAS403

intro1 (intro)
We would like to learn more about your living conditions, your attitudes and habits, and your neighborhood community. Thank you for your participation in this important study about where we live.
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Group of questions presented on the same screen
ht001_intro
Which of the following do you have in your current residence, in working order?

Subgroup of questions
ht001a (Central air conditioning )
Central air conditioning
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht001b (Other type of air conditioner (window, portable, etc.))
Other type of air conditioner (window, portable, etc.)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht001c (Fan (window, ceiling, portable, etc.))
Fan (window, ceiling, portable, etc.)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht001d (Forced heating system (heat coming from vents in the wall or floor))
Forced heating system (heat coming from vents in the wall or floor)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht001e (Other type of heater (portable, floor heating, etc.))
Other type of heater (portable, floor heating, etc.)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht001f (Gas stove)
Gas stove
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht001g (Electric stove)
Electric stove
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht001h (Induction stove)
Induction stove
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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if ht001f = 1 then
ht002 (workig vent or range hood gas stove)
Is there a working vent or range hood over your gas stove? A vent or range hood removes odors as well as excess heat, steam, or smoke that is released into the air while cooking.
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
End of if
if ht001g = 1 then
ht003 (workig vent or range hood electric stove)
Is there a working vent or range hood over your electric stove? A vent or range hood removes odors as well as excess heat, steam, or smoke that is released into the air while cooking.
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
End of if
if ht001h = 1 then
ht004 (workig vent or range hood induction stove)
Is there a working vent or range hood over your induction stove? A vent or range hood removes odors as well as excess heat, steam, or smoke that is released into the air while cooking.
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
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ht005_intro
In the last 12 months, have you had any of the following problems in your home?

Subgroup of questions
ht005a (Broken air conditioner )
Broken air conditioner
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht005b (Broken heating system)
Broken heating system
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht005c (Inadequate air conditioning)
Inadequate air conditioning
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht005d (Inadequate heating system)
Inadequate heating system
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht005e (Inadequate insulation (drafty windows, gap between doors and floor, etc.))
Inadequate insulation (drafty windows, gap between doors and floor, etc.)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht005f (Inability to afford using or repairing air conditioner)
Inability to afford using or repairing air conditioner
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht005g (Inability to afford using or repairing heater)
Inability to afford using or repairing heater
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht005h (Poor ventilation (lack of air flow, poor indoor air quality))
Poor ventilation (lack of air flow, poor indoor air quality)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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ht006_intro
Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statement:

ht006a (enough trees in my neighborhood to provide adequate shade)
There are enough trees in my neighborhood to provide adequate shade for walking on a hot sunny day
1 Agree strongly
2 Agree
3 Agree somewhat
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Disagree somewhat
6 Disagree
7 Disagree strongly
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ht006_intro
Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statement:

ht006b (bus and/or Metro stops in neighborhood are well-shaded)
The bus and/or Metro stops in my neighborhood are well-shaded
1 Agree strongly
2 Agree
3 Agree somewhat
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Disagree somewhat
6 Disagree
7 Disagree strongly
8 Not applicable - no stops in my neighborhood
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ht007_intro
In the last 12 months, have you visited any of the following places for the sole purpose of trying to cool down or get out of the heat? Please check all that apply.

Subgroup of questions
ht007a (Mall or store)
Mall or store
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007b (Library)
Library
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007c (Community center)
Community center
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007d (Senior center)
Senior center
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007e (Indoor recreation center)
Indoor recreation center
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007f (Park or other outdoor recreational space)
Park or other outdoor recreational space
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007g (Home of a friend, neighbor, or family member )
Home of a friend, neighbor, or family member
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007h (Restaurant, food court, or café)
Restaurant, food court, or café
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007i (Pool or beach)
Pool or beach
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht007j (other place for shade)
Other. Please specify:
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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ht007j_other (specify other place for shade)
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ht008 (current labor status)
What is your current labor force status?
1 Working
2 On sick or other leave from work
3 Temporarily laid off, or furloughed
4 Unemployed - on permanent layoff or looking for work
5 Retired
6 Disabled
7 Student
8 Other
if ht008 = 1 then
tp004 (how many days currently working)
Currently, about how many days do you work?
1 6-7 days per week
2 4-5 days per week
3 2-3 days per week
4 One day per week
5 Less than one day per week
tp005 (how many days working from home currently)
Currently, about how many days do you work from home?
1 6-7 days per week
2 4-5 days per week
3 2-3 days per week
4 One day per week
5 Less than one day per week
6 Never
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if ht008 in [1,2,3] then
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ht016_intro
Which of the following conditions do you work in for your job(s)? Please check all that apply.

For example, if your job requires you to spend half your work day outdoors under a tent and the other half of your work day outdoors without any covering, you would select both options.

Subgroup of questions
ht016a (Outdoors, covered by a structure (like a tent, open shed, booth))
Outdoors, covered by a structure (like a tent, open shed, booth)
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
ht016b (Outdoors, with no cover (exposed to all weather conditions))
Outdoors, with no cover (exposed to all weather conditions)
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
ht016c (Indoors, inside a building )
Indoors, inside a building
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
ht016d (In a closed vehicle (like a car))
In a closed vehicle (like a car)
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
ht016e (In an open vehicle (like a tractor))
In an open vehicle (like a tractor)
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
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if ht016c = 1 then
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ht009_intro
Are any of the following available at your indoor place(s) of work, including your home if you are currently working from home?

Subgroup of questions
ht009a (Windows that can be opened)
Windows that can be opened
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht009b (Central air conditioning)
Central air conditioning
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht009c (Other type of air conditioner (window, portable, etc.))
Other type of air conditioner (window, portable, etc.)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht009d (Forced heating system (heat coming from vents in the wall or floor))
Forced heating system (heat coming from vents in the wall or floor)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht009e (Other type of heater (portable, floor heating, etc.))
Other type of heater (portable, floor heating, etc.)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht009f (Fan )
Fan
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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if ht016b = 1 then
ht010 (number of hours required to be outdoors)
For about how many hours in a typical week are you required to work outdoors for your job(s)? If you have multiple jobs in a typical week, please add up the number of outdoor hours required by all of your jobs in a typical week and report the total.

Please exclude time spent outdoors during your commute to and from work.
2 Less than 1 hour
3 1-2 hours
4 3-5 hours
5 6-10 hours
6 11-15 hours
7 16-20 hours
8 21-25 hours
9 26-30 hours
10 31-35 hours
11 36-40 hours
12 More than 40 hours
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ht011_intro
Are any of the following available to you at your outdoor place(s) of work? Please check all that apply.

Subgroup of questions
ht011a (Paid sick leave)
Paid sick leave
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011b (Additional break time on extremely hot days)
Additional break time on extremely hot days
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011c (Sun protective clothing )
Sun protective clothing
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011d (Sunscreen )
Sunscreen
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011e (Hat )
Hat
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011f (Sunglasses)
Sunglasses
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011g (Shade from the sun)
Shade from the sun
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011h (Portable fan)
Portable fan
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011i (Portable air conditioner)
Portable air conditioner
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht011j (Portable heater)
Portable heater
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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ht012_intro
In the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]), have you experienced any of the following symptoms due to heat exposure?

Subgroup of questions
ht012a (High body temperature (103 F or higher))
High body temperature (103 °F or higher)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012b (Hot, red, dry, or damp skin)
Hot, red, dry, or damp skin
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012c (Cold, pale, and clammy skin)
Cold, pale, and clammy skin
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012d (Fast, strong pulse)
Fast, strong pulse
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012e (Fast, weak pulse)
Fast, weak pulse
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012f (Headache)
Headache
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012g (Dizziness)
Dizziness
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012h (Nausea)
Nausea
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012i (Vomiting)
Vomiting
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012j (Confusion)
Confusion
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012k (Passing out (fainting, losing consciousness))
Passing out (fainting, losing consciousness)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012l (Heavy sweating)
Heavy sweating
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012m (Muscle pain or spasms)
Muscle pain or spasms
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012n (Tiredness or weakness)
Tiredness or weakness
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012o (Sunburn (painful, red, and warm skin; blisters))
Sunburn (painful, red, and warm skin; blisters)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht012p (Heat rash (red clusters of small blisters that look like pimples))
Heat rash (red clusters of small blisters that look like pimples)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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if ht012a = 1 OR ht012b = 1 OR ht012c = 1 OR ht012d = 1 OR ht012e = 1 OR ht012f = 1 OR ht012g = 1 OR ht012h = 1 OR ht012i = 1 OR ht012j = 1 OR ht012k = 1 OR ht012l = 1 OR ht012m = 1 OR ht012n = 1 OR ht012o = 1 OR ht012p = 1 then
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ht015_intro
In the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]), how many times did you experience the following symptoms due to heat exposure?

Subgroup of questions
if ht012a = 1 then
ht015a (how often High body temperature (103 F or higher))
High body temperature (103 °F or higher)
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012b = 1 then
ht015b (how often Hot, red, dry, or damp skin)
Hot, red, dry, or damp skin
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012c = 1 then
ht015c (how often Cold, pale, and clammy skin)
Cold, pale, and clammy skin
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012d = 1 then
ht015d (how often Fast, strong pulse)
Fast, strong pulse
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012e = 1 then
ht015e (how often Fast, weak pulse)
Fast, weak pulse
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012f = 1 then
ht015f (how often Headache)
Headache
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012g = 1 then
ht015g (how often Dizziness)
Dizziness
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012h = 1 then
ht015h (how often Nausea)
Nausea
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012i = 1 then
ht015i (how often Vomiting)
Vomiting
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012j = 1 then
ht015j (how often Confusion)
Confusion
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012k = 1 then
ht015k (how often Passing out (fainting, losing consciousness))
Passing out (fainting, losing consciousness)
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012l = 1 then
ht015l (how often Heavy sweating)
Heavy sweating
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012m = 1 then
ht015m (how often Muscle pain or spasms)
Muscle pain or spasms
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012n = 1 then
ht015n (how often Tiredness or weakness)
Tiredness or weakness
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012o = 1 then
ht015o (how often Sunburn (painful, red, and warm skin; blisters))
Sunburn (painful, red, and warm skin; blisters)
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
if ht012p = 1 then
ht015p (how often Heat rash (red clusters of small blisters that look like pimples))
Heat rash (red clusters of small blisters that look like pimples)
1 Once
2 2-3 times
3 4-6 times
4 7-9 times
5 10 or more times
End of if
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ht014_intro
In the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]), did you spend one or more nights in the hospital (where you were not in an emergency room) for any of the following heat-related conditions?

Subgroup of questions
ht014a (hospital heat stroke)
Heat stroke
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht014b (hospital heat exhaustion)
Heat exhaustion
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht014c (hospital fainting due to overheating)
Fainting due to overheating
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht014d (hospital heat cramps)
Heat cramps
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ht014e (hospital heat rash)
Heat rash
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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su001_intro
Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements:

Subgroup of questions
st001a (Climate change is a threat to the well-being of residents in Los Angeles County)
Climate change is a threat to the well-being of residents in Los Angeles County
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
st001b (Climate change is caused mostly by human activities)
Climate change is caused mostly by human activities
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
st001c (My individual actions can make a difference in fighting climate change)
My individual actions can make a difference in fighting climate change
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
st001d (Local government is doing enough to fight climate change)
Local government is doing enough to fight climate change
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
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st002_intro
Which of the following do you have at your current residence?

Subgroup of questions
st002a (Solar panels)
Solar panels
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002b (Solar water heater)
Solar water heater
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002c (Wind turbine)
Wind turbine
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002d (Geothermal heat pump)
Geothermal heat pump
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002e (Fuel-cell equipment)
Fuel-cell equipment
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002f (Low-flow plumbing fixtures)
Low-flow plumbing fixtures
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002g (Tankless water heater)
Tankless water heater
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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st002_intro
Which of the following do you have at your current residence?

Subgroup of questions
st002h (LED or CFL light bulbs)
LED or CFL light bulbs
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002i (Daylights (skylights, light shelves, light tubes, etc.))
Daylights (skylights, light shelves, light tubes, etc.)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002j (Ceiling fan)
Ceiling fan
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002k (Programmable thermostat)
Programmable thermostat
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002l (Well-insulated windows and/or doors)
Well-insulated windows and/or doors
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002m (Energy-efficient appliances and/or electronics)
Energy-efficient appliances and/or electronics
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
st002n (Energy-efficient landscaping)
Energy-efficient landscaping
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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st003_intro
Please rate how often you...

Subgroup of questions
st003a (recycle )
Recycle
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003b (compost )
Compost
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003c (limit your car usage)
Limit your car usage
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003d (limit your water usage)
Limit your water usage
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003e (limit your electricity usage)
Limit your electricity usage
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003f (limit your food waste)
Limit your food waste
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003g (limit or eliminate your consumption of meat )
Limit or eliminate your consumption of meat
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003h (buy or eat food grown in southern California)
Buy or eat food grown in southern California
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
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st003_intro
Please rate how often you...

Subgroup of questions
st003i (buy or eat organic food)
Buy or eat organic food
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003j (buy or eat sustainably-sourced food (food produced in an environmentally friendly way))
Buy or eat sustainably-sourced food (food produced in an environmentally friendly way)
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003k (buy or eat low- or un-processed food )
Buy or eat low- or un-processed food
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003l (limit your use of food and products that come in a lot of packaging)
Limit your use of food and products that come in a lot of packaging
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003m (limit your use of plastic)
Limit your use of plastic
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003p (hang your clothes to dry instead of using the dryer)
Hang your clothes to dry instead of using the dryer
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
st003q (limit your use of air conditioning, even when it is hot)
Limit your use of air conditioning, even when it is hot
1 Never
2 Rarely
3 Sometimes
4 Often
5 Very often
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pl001 (taken any medication or used an inhaler for asthma to prevent symptoms)
In the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]), have you taken any medication or used an inhaler for asthma to prevent symptoms?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
pl002 (how safe air quality in home for breathing)
Most times of the year, how safe do you consider the air quality in your home for breathing? If you’re not sure, please give your best guess.
1 Very unsafe
2 Unsafe
3 Somewhat unsafe
4 Neither safe nor unsafe
5 Somewhat safe
6 Safe
7 Very safe
pl003 (how safe air quality in neighborhood for breathing)
Most times of the year, how safe do you consider the air quality in your neighborhood for breathing? If you’re not sure, please give your best guess.
1 Very unsafe
2 Unsafe
3 Somewhat unsafe
4 Neither safe nor unsafe
5 Somewhat safe
6 Safe
7 Very safe
pl008 (how safe air quality in places of work for breathing)
Most times of the year, how safe do you consider the air quality in your place(s) of work (including your home if working from home) for breathing? If you’re not sure, please give your best guess.
1 Very unsafe
2 Unsafe
3 Somewhat unsafe
4 Neither safe nor unsafe
5 Somewhat safe
6 Safe
7 Very safe
pl004 (how safe water quality in neighborhood for drinking)
Most times of the year, how safe do you consider the quality of the tap water in your neighborhood for drinking? If you’re not sure, please give your best guess.
1 Very unsafe
2 Unsafe
3 Somewhat unsafe
4 Neither safe nor unsafe
5 Somewhat safe
6 Safe
7 Very safe
pl_intro2
The next few questions ask about the quality of the air you breathe in various places and any concerns you’ve had in the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]) about exposure to air pollution.
pl005 (ever avoid going outside due to wildfire)
In the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]), did you ever avoid going outside because you were concerned about the quality of the air for breathing, due to a nearby wildfire?
1 Yes
2 No
3 I don't remember
pl006 (ever avoid going outside not due to wildfire)
In the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]), did you ever avoid going outside because you were concerned about the quality of the air for breathing, due to reasons other than a wildfire?
1 Yes
2 No
3 I don't remember
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pl007 (ever avoid going specific place because of air quality)
In the last 12 months (since [June 2020/]), did you ever avoid going to a specific place in Los Angeles County because you were concerned about the quality of the air in that place for breathing?
1 Yes. Please specify the place(s) you avoided:
2 No
3 I don't remember
pl007_specify (specify ever avoid going specific place because of air quality)
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if ht008 in [1,2,3] then
tr001 (employer have a commuter benefit program)
Does your employer have a commuter benefit program? A commuter benefit program reduces transportation costs (like the cost of public transit) for employees using eligible forms of transportation.
1 Yes
2 No
3 I don't know
4 I don't have an employer
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if 7 in ht008 then
tr002 (school have a commuter benefit program)
Does your school have a commuter benefit program? A commuter benefit program reduces transportation costs (like the cost of public transit) for students using eligible forms of transportation.
1 Yes
2 No
3 I don't know
End of if
if 1 in ht008 or 2 in ht008 then
if tr001 = 1 then
tr003 (enrolled in the commuter benefit program provided by employer)
Are you enrolled in the commuter benefit program provided by your employer?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
End of if
End of if
if 7 in ht008 then
if tr002 = 1 then
tr004 (enrolled in the commuter benefit program provided by school)
Are you enrolled in the commuter benefit program provided by your school?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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tr005_intro
Do you currently own or lease the following cars?

Subgroup of questions
tr005a (Electric car)
Electric car
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
tr005b (Hydrogen car)
Hydrogen car
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
tr005c (Hybrid car )
Hybrid car
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
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tr006 (how likely is next car purchase an electric car)
How likely is it that the next car you purchase or lease will be an electric car?
1 Very unlikely
2 Unlikely
3 Somewhat unlikely
4 Somewhat likely
5 Likely
6 Very likely
7 Not applicable - I do not plan to purchase or lease another car
if tr006 in [1,2,3] then
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tr007 (why unlikely purchase electric car)
Why are you unlikely to purchase or lease an electric car? Please select your primary reasons. You may select up to three.
1 Too expensive
2 I don’t like the design/look
3 Concerned about safety
4 Concerned about running out of power
5 Concerned about performance (speed, acceleration, etc.)
6 Prefer the look and/or feel of gas-powered cars
7 Not knowledgeable about electric cars
8 I don’t have easy access to charging stations
9 Concerned about maintenance costs
11 Concerned about the cost of fuel/electricity
10 Other. Please specify:
tr007_other (other why unlikely purchase electric car)
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elseif tr006 in [4,5,6] then
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tr008 (why likely purchase electric car)
Why are you likely to purchase or lease an electric car? Please select your primary reasons. You may select up to three.
1 Low fuel costs
2 I like the design/look
3 Low carbon dioxide (greenhouse gas) emissions
4 Government subsidies - tax credit, rebate
5 Energy efficiency
6 Resale value
7 Carpool lane access
8 Performance (speed, acceleration, etc.)
10 Low maintenance costs
9 Other. Please specify:
tr008_other (other why likely purchase electric car)
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tr009 (how likely is next car purchase a hybrid car)
How likely is it that the next car you purchase or lease will be a hybrid car?
1 Very unlikely
2 Unlikely
3 Somewhat unlikely
4 Somewhat likely
5 Likely
6 Very likely
7 Not applicable - I do not plan to purchase or lease another car
if tr009 in [1,2,3] then
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tr010 (why unlikely purchase hybrid car)
Why are you unlikely to purchase or lease a hybrid car? Please select your primary reasons. You may select up to three.
1 Too expensive
2 I don’t like the design/look
3 Concerned about safety
4 Concerned about running out of power
5 Concerned about performance (speed, acceleration, etc.)
6 Prefer the look and/or feel of gas-powered cars
7 Not knowledgeable about hybrid cars
8 I don’t have easy access to charging stations
9 Concerned about maintenance costs
12 Concerned about the cost of fuel/electricity
10 I plan to purchase or lease an electric car instead
11 Other. Please specify:
tr010_other (other why unlikely purchase hybrid car)
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elseif tr009 in [4,5,6] then
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tr011 (why likely purchase hybrid car)
Why are you likely to purchase or lease a hybrid car? Please select your primary reasons. You may select up to three.
1 Low fuel costs
2 I like the design/look
3 Low carbon dioxide (greenhouse gas) emissions
4 Government subsidies - tax credit, rebate
5 Energy efficiency
6 Resale value
7 Carpool lane access
8 Performance (speed, acceleration, etc.)
10 Low maintenance costs
9 Other. Please specify:
tr011_other (other why likely purchase hybrid car)
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ds001 (how prepared for natural disaster)
How prepared do you think your household is for an earthquake or other natural disaster?
1 Not at all prepared
2 Slightly prepared
3 Moderately prepared
4 Very prepared
5 Extremely prepared
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ds002_intro
Please tell us if you have made any of the following preparations for an earthquake or other natural disaster near your home.

Subgroup of questions
ds002a (household developed an emergency response plan)
Has your household developed an emergency response plan?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ds002b (discussed an emergency response plan with neighbors)
Have you discussed an emergency response plan with your neighbors?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ds002c (household have a 3-day supply of non-perishable food and water)
Does your household have a 3-day supply of non-perishable food and water?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ds002d (have a backpack filled with supplies ready to take in case of an emergency)
Does your household have a backpack filled with supplies ready to take with you in case of an emergency?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ds002e (household have an emergency radio)
Does your household have an emergency radio?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ds002f (able to safely evacuate on its own)
In case of an emergency, would everyone in your household be able to safely evacuate on their own or with assistance from others in the household?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ds002g (comfortable reaching out to neighbors for help during an emergency)
Would you feel comfortable reaching out to your neighbors for help during an emergency?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
ds002h ( know someone outside neighborhood help stay healthy and safe during an emergency)
Do you know someone outside of your neighborhood who would help you stay healthy and safe during an emergency?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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cm001_intro
Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements:

Subgroup of questions
cm001a (people in neighborhood help each other)
People in my neighborhood help each other
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
8 I don't know
cm001b (neighborhood has the resources it needs to take care of neighborhood problems)
My neighborhood has the resources it needs to take care of neighborhood problems (resources include money, information, technology, tools, raw materials, and services)
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
8 I don't know
cm001c (neighborhood has effective leaders)
My neighborhood has effective leaders
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
8 I don't know
cm001d (people in neighborhood communicate with leaders who can help improve the neighborhood)
People in my neighborhood communicate with leaders who can help improve the neighborhood
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
8 I don't know
cm001e (people in neighborhood discuss issues and work together on solutions to improve the neighborhood)
People in my neighborhood discuss issues and work together on solutions to improve the neighborhood
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
8 I don't know
cm001f (neighborhood tries to prevent and prepare for future disasters)
My neighborhood tries to prevent and prepare for future disasters
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
8 I don't know
cm001g (neighborhood has services and programs to help people during and after a disaster)
My neighborhood has services and programs to help people during and after a disaster
1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Somewhat disagree
4 Neither agree nor disagree
5 Somewhat agree
6 Agree
7 Strongly agree
8 I don't know
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im001 (experienced impacts due to natural disaster)
In the last 12 months (since June 2020), have you experienced any of the following due to a natural disaster, such as a wildfire, flooding, or extreme heat? Please check all that apply.
1 Loss of income due to inability to work
2 Health problem(s)
3 Loss or destruction of property
4 Loss or destruction of possessions
5 Increased utility expenses
6 Temporary evacuation
7 None of the above
if im001 = response and im001 != 7 then
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im002 (natural disaster difficult to afford household expenses)
In the last 12 months, (since June 2020), did the
[Loss of income due to inability to work /Health problem(s)/Loss or destruction of property /Loss or destruction of possessions/Increased utility expenses/Temporary evacuation /] brought on by a natural disaster make it difficult for you to afford household expenses like housing and food?
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
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im003_intro
In the last 12 months (since June 2020), have you experienced any of the following mental or emotional health problems due to a natural disaster, such as a wildfire, flooding, or extreme heat?

Subgroup of questions
im003a (Anxiety due to natural disaster)
Anxiety
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
im003b (Depression due to natural disaster)
Depression
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
im003c (Prolonged fatigue due to natural disaster)
Prolonged fatigue
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
im003d (High stress due to natural disaster)
High stress
1 (iES) Yes
2 (NO) No
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cl_intro
Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statement:

Subgroup of questions
cl001a (To understand who I am, you must see me with members of my community)
To understand who I am, you must see me with members of my community
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
cl001b (To me, pleasure is spending time with others)
To me, pleasure is spending time with others
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
cl001c (I would help, within my means, if a family member were in financial difficulty)
I would help, within my means, if a family member were in financial difficulty
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
cl001d (I make an effort to avoid disagreements with members of my community)
I make an effort to avoid disagreements with members of my community
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
cl001e (Before making a decision, I always consult with others)
Before making a decision, I always consult with others
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
cl001f (How I behave depends on who I am with, where I am, or both)
How I behave depends on who I am with, where I am, or both
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
cl001g (I have respect for the authority figures with whom I interact)
I have respect for the authority figures with whom I interact
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
cl001h (I would rather do a group project than do one alone)
I would rather do a group project than do one alone
1 Strongly disagree
2 Somewhat disagree
3 Somewhat agree
4 Strongly agree
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CS_001 (HOW PLEASANT INTERVIEW)
Could you tell us how interesting or uninteresting you found the questions in this interview?
1 Very interesting
2 Interesting
3 Neither interesting nor uninteresting
4 Uninteresting
5 Very uninteresting
CS_003 (comments)
Do you have any other comments on the interview? Please type these in the box below. (If you have no comments, please click next to complete this survey.)
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