Routing for UAS389

gen_selected := getGenSelected()
Fill code of question 'FL_intro' executed
intro
This survey has a few unrelated sections. It asks about your well-being, about your household, and about childcare and education of children in the household.[ You have also been selected to provide feedback on a new project we may be launching. You will answer a few extra questions, depending on your situation, and we will add another $3 to your earnings as a thank you.]
wg001 (how rate life)
On a scale from 0 to 10, where 10 means "the best possible life overall," and 0 means "the worst possible life overall,” how would you rate your life at this time?
0 0 Worst possible life
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10 10 Best possible life
wg002 (file taxes)
Did you file income taxes this year?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
Group of questions presented on the same screen
wg003_intro
Over the last two weeks, how often have you been bothered by the following problems?

Subgroup of questions
wg003a (Feeling nervous, anxious, or on edge)
Feeling nervous, anxious, or on edge
1 Not at all
2 Several days
3 More than half the days
4 Nearly every day
wg003b (Not being able to stop or control worrying)
Not being able to stop or control worrying
1 Not at all
2 Several days
3 More than half the days
4 Nearly every day
wg003c (Worrying too much about different things)
Worrying too much about different things
1 Not at all
2 Several days
3 More than half the days
4 Nearly every day
wg003d (Trouble relaxing)
Trouble relaxing
1 Not at all
2 Several days
3 More than half the days
4 Nearly every day
wg003e (Being so restless that it is hard to sit still)
Being so restless that it is hard to sit still
1 Not at all
2 Several days
3 More than half the days
4 Nearly every day
wg003f (Becoming easily annoyed or irritable)
Becoming easily annoyed or irritable
1 Not at all
2 Several days
3 More than half the days
4 Nearly every day
wg003g (Feeling afraid, as if something awful might happen )
Feeling afraid, as if something awful might happen
1 Not at all
2 Several days
3 More than half the days
4 Nearly every day
End of subgroup of questions
End of group of questions
if gen_selected = 1 then
sibs001 (how many full brothers and/or sisters)
We are considering an exciting new research project in the UAS which includes collecting information about family members.

How many full brothers and/or sisters do you (or did you) have? By that we mean, you share the same father and mother.
RANGE 0..20
if sibs001 > 0 then
sibs002 (how many alive and 18 plus full brothers and/or sisters)
How many of your full brothers and/or full sisters are currently alive and over the age of 18?
RANGE 0..^sibs001
End of if
sibs003 (biological mother living or deceased)
Is your biological mother living or deceased?
1 Living
2 Deceased
3 Not sure
sibs004 (biological father living or deceased)
Is your biological father living or deceased?
1 Living
2 Deceased
3 Not sure
if sibs002 > 0 OR sibs003 = 1 OR sibs004 = 1 then
preamble
Last year, you told us that you might want to join a project in which researchers would look at genetic data, along with survey responses. The purpose of the research would be to help understand the health and financial lives of people in the United States.

This new project is similar to the one we described last year. This time, however, we would like to know how likely you would be to also ask some of your adult family members to join the project.

Again, you are not making a final decision today. Just read more about the project on the next pages and let us know how likely it is that you and your family would want to join the project, if it happens.
preamble2
What is the study about?

The research project is part of our ongoing study of Americans’ health and finances. In this project, researchers would collect and analyze genetic data from saliva samples. They would combine this genetic data with the answers people give to our surveys. The goal of the research is to understand people’s health, happiness, personality, work lives, and the choices they make.

This genetic data, called DNA, is passed down from our parents to us. It affects things like our height, health, and our risk for some diseases. Differences in our DNA help explain why some people develop certain diseases and others do not, and may play a role in behavior. The place a person grows up may also have an effect on their health, happiness and the choices they make. Researchers who have genetic information about a person and their parents and/or siblings are better able to separate out what is caused by DNA, and what might have more to do with the place a person lives in or is raised in.

If you decide to join the project and your family members also agree to join the project, their DNA would be examined along with yours.

We will describe how the project would be carried out, on the next page.
preamble3
Please read the following study procedures carefully:

This study, if it happens, will be completely voluntary.
  • You would decide to join the study or not after reviewing information about the study and getting all of your questions answered.
  • Your genetic data is more useful for research if we can also collect genetic data from your father, mother, brothers or sisters
  • If you decide to participate, you would simply pass along the information about the project to your family members, so they can make a decision about whether or not to join.
  • We would send a saliva kit to your house, and to any family members who decide to join.
  • Your family members do not need to join for you to be a part of the project.
  • Each person would mail their saliva kit to a lab that would extract DNA from the sample, create codes from the DNA, and provide the codes to our researchers.
  • All saliva samples would be stored in a facility that meets all standards of the National Institutes of Health for data security.
  • No identifiers would be associated with the DNA codes we extract to use for analysis.
  • We will also ask you and any family members who join to fill out a brief survey (no more than 30 minutes).
  • Participants in the study, including you and your family members, would be able to withdraw their consent to the use of their genetic data at any time.
  • Whether you decided to join this study, or not, nothing would change. You would still be a member of the UAS, and we would continue to invite you to do surveys.
Compensation: You and each of your participating family members will each earn $50 for returning the saliva sample, and $25 for completing the 30 minute questionnaire.

Potential Risks and Discomforts: The main risk of joining this study is similar to the risks of taking surveys: there is a slight risk of a breach in security that would result in the release of information such as name, address, email address or other personal information. We take privacy and confidentiality very seriously and will never release data or results that can be identified with you personally.

Benefits: The results will help researchers and policy makers understand how genes and environment influence human health, behaviors and other traits. This understanding may lead to benefits for society in general. As with all other UAS projects, you are not expected to benefit directly from this study.
gen001 (agree to invite or not)
If you decide to join the study, how likely would you be to agree to provide an invitation from the UAS to your family members to let them make a decision about whether or not to also join?

Remember that no matter what you tell us now, you will have another chance to make the decision again if the study goes forward.
1 Definitely would agree to invite family members
2 Probably would agree to invite family members
3 Might agree, might not (50/50 chance) to invite family members
4 Probably would not agree to invite family members
5 Definitely would not agree to invite family members
6 Definitely would not agree to join the project myself, or invite family members
gen002 (how likely family members would participate)
If you did decide to join the study, from what you know now, how likely do you think it is that at least one of your family members would also be willing to participate in this study, meaning that they would provide saliva for a DNA test, and take a 30-minute survey?
1 They definitely would participate
2 They probably would participate
3 They might participate, might not (50/50 chance)
4 They probably would not participate
5 They definitely would not participate
if gen001 in [2,3,4,5] then
gen003 (why not invite)
We would like to learn about reasons why people may not want to invite their family members to participate in this study.

Could you tell us in a few words or sentences what could keep you from inviting your family members to participate in the study?
STRING
elseif gen001 = 6 then
gen004 (why not participate)
We would like to learn about the reasons why people may no longer want to participate in this study.

Could you tell us in a few words or sentences what could keep you from participating in the project yourself and from inviting your family members to participate in the study?
STRING
End of if
if gen002 in [2,3,4,5] then
gen005 (why family not volunteer)
We would like to learn about reasons why people’s families may not want to participate in this study.

Could you tell us in a few words or sentences what could keep your family from volunteering for the study?
STRING
End of if
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mobility (able to stand or walk without mobility device)
Are you able to stand or walk without the help of a mobility device like a cane, walker or a wheelchair?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
smartphone (have smartphone)
We know we may have asked you before, but just to double check, do you have an Android phone or Apple iPhone or any other kind of smart phone? By smart phone we mean a phone that you can use for accessing the internet, sending email, etc. if you want to. Please select all that apply.
1 I have an Android Phone (e.g. Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, Motorola Droid, etc.)
2 I have an Apple iPhone
3 I have a Jitterbug, or Greatcall phone
4 I have a Windows or Blackberry or some other kind of smart phone
5 I have a cell phone that just makes calls and/or texts
6 I use a landline (or cable) phone
7 I do not have a phone
FLMonth := getThreeMonthsAgo()
hh_intro
We use the information you give us about your living situation to understand how different kinds of households are doing these days. For example, how large and small families are coping. Or how people who live with other people are doing compared to people living alone. As you know, we have asked you about who lives with you in several surveys. Each survey asks in a slightly different way.

To help us understand what is the best way for us to ask about your household to get the most up to date and accurate information, we are asking you to give us that information one more time. We will also look at your comments, so please add anything in the comment box at the end that you think would help us understand your household better.

As always, we hope that you will feel comfortable filling out the survey carefully and completely, but you can skip any questions that you prefer not to answer. We do everything in our power to protect your privacy.
uas393_endtime := getUAS393Preload("endtime")
if uas393_endtime = response then
FLUAS393 := getUAS393Date(uas393_endtime)
preload_hh1 := getUAS393Preload("hh1")
preload_hh3 := getUAS393Preload("hh3")
preload_kids1 := getUAS393Preload("kids1")
if preload_kids1 = 1 then
preload_parent := getUAS393Preload("parent")
End of if
if preload_hh1 = response and preload_hh3 = response and preload_kids1 = response and ((preload_kids1 = 1 and preload_parent = response) OR (preload_kids1 = 2 and preload_parent = empty)) then
Fill code of question 'FL_parent' executed
preload_confirm (confirm preloaded hh composition)
In a previous survey (on [[]]) you told us the following about your household:
  • Number of people (adults and children), including yourself, living in your household: [preloaded how many people, including R, in household[]]
  • Number of adults (age 18 and older), including yourself, living in your household: [preloaded how many 18 and older, including R, in household[]]
  • Parent or guardian of any children under age 18: [preloaded parent or guardian of any children under age 18[]]
  • [
  • Children under 18 now living in your household you are the parent or guardian of: ^preload_parent
  • ]

Is that still correct?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
End of if
End of if
if uas393_endtime = response and preload_confirm = 1 then
HH1 := preload_hh1
Else
HH1 (how many people, including R, in household)
How many people, including yourself, live in your household? Please count adults and children.
RANGE 1..8
End of if
if HH1 > 1 then
if uas393_endtime = response and preload_confirm = 1 then
HH3 := preload_hh3
Else
HH3 (how many 18 and older, including R, in household)
How many, including yourself, are adults, age 18 and older?
RANGE 1..^HH1
End of if
HHAdN := HH3 - 1
hhChN := HH1 - HH3
if HHAdN < 0 OR HHAdN = empty OR HHAdN = '' then
HHAdN := '0'
End of if
if hhChN < 0 OR hhChN = empty OR hhChN = '' then
hhChN := '0'
End of if
hhTotal := HHAdN + HHChN
if uas393_endtime = response and preload_confirm = 1 then
kids1 := preload_kids1
Else
kids1 (parent or guardian of any children under age 18)
Are you the parent or guardian of any children under age 18?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
End of if
if kids1 = 1 then
if uas393_endtime = response and preload_confirm = 1 then
parent := preload_parent
Else
parent (living in household any children under age 18)
Are any of those children under 18 now living in your household?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
End of if
End of if
if kids1 = 1 AND parent = 1 AND hhChN = 0 then
parent_warning
Earlier you said that there are [how many people, including R, in household[]] people in the household and all of them are adults. Please go back and correct the information in one of the earlier questions.
End of if
hhTotalListed := '0'
hhTotalListedAdult := '0'
hhTotalListedChild := '0'
hhTotalListedUnknown := '0'
hhCounter := 1
if hhTotal = 0 then
hh_warning
You indicated that one or more persons are currently living with you in your household, but you said that there are zero persons living with you. Please go back and correct your answer(s).
elseif hhTotal > 0 then
Loop from 1 to HHTOTAL
index := cnt
if hhTotal > 1 then
if cnt = 1 then
HH_name_dummy_more (first name hh member)
What is the first name of the oldest person (child or adult) who lives with you in your household?
STRING
HH_mem_name[index] := HH_name_dummy_more[index]
Else
Fill code of question 'FLNext' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
HH_mem_name (first name hh member)
What is the first name of the[ next] oldest person (child or adult) who lives with you in your household?
STRING
Hh_nomore (no more hh members)
1 I don't have anyone else living with me in my household
End of group of questions
End of if
Else
HH_name_dummy (first name hh member)
What is the first name of the person who lives with you in your household?
STRING
HH_mem_name[index] := HH_name_dummy[index]
End of if
if HH_nomore[index] = response then
End of if
HH_mem_gender (gender hh member)
What is [first name hh member[]]'s gender?
1 Male
2 Female
HH_mem_type (18 years or older HH member)
Is [first name hh member[]] 18 years or older?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
Group of questions presented on the same screen
HH_mem_birthmonth (month of birth hh member)
In what month and year was [first name hh member[]] born?
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HH_mem_age[index] := calcHHAge(HH_mem_birthyear[index], HH_mem_birthmonth[index])
HH_mem_relationship (relationship to hh member)
How is [first name hh member[]] related to you?
1 Spouse/Registered partner (e.g. husband, wife, registered partner)
2 Significant other (e.g. fiancée, boyfriend, girlfriend)
3 Parent (e.g. father, mother, stepfather, stepmother)
4 Child (e.g. son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, adopted child)
5 Sibling (e.g. brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister)
6 Grandparent (e.g. grandfather, grandmother)
7 Grandchild (e.g. grandson, granddaughter)
8 Aunt/uncle
9 Other relative (e.g. cousin, nephew, niece, 2nd cousin, great nephew)
10 Family-in-law (e.g. father-in-law, sister-in-law)
11 Roommate/housemate (e.g. friend)
12 Financial (e.g. tenant, renter, landlord, employer, nanny)
14 Not related
15 Other
HH_name[hhCounter] := HH_mem_name[index]
HH_gender[hhCounter] := HH_mem_gender[index]
HH_birthmonth[hhCounter] := HH_mem_birthmonth[index]
HH_birthyear[hhCounter] := HH_mem_birthyear[index]
HH_age[hhCounter] := HH_mem_age[index]
if HH_mem_type[index] = 1 then
HH_type[index] := 1
hhTotalListedAdult := hhTotalListedAdult + 1
elseif HH_mem_type[index] = 2 then
HH_type[index] := 2
hhTotalListedChild := hhTotalListedChild + 1
Else
HH_type[index] := 3
hhTotalListedUnknown := hhTotalListedUnknown + 1
End of if
HH_relationship[hhCounter] := HH_mem_relationship[index]
hhCounter := hhCounter + 1
hhTotalListed := hhTotalListed + 1
End of loop
start := index + 1
Loop from START to 25
index := cnt1
Group of questions presented on the same screen
HH_List
HH_anyother (someone else living with R in addition to list)
Above is the list of the members of your household that you mentioned.

Are there any other people living with you?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
End of group of questions
if HH_anyother[index] = 2 then
End of if
Fill code of question 'FLNext' executed
HH_mem_name_dummy (first name hh member)
What is the first name of the next oldest person (child or adult) who lives with you in your household?
STRING
HH_mem_name[index] := HH_mem_name_dummy[index]
HH_mem_gender (gender hh member)
What is [first name hh member[]]'s gender?
1 Male
2 Female
HH_mem_type (18 years or older HH member)
Is [first name hh member[]] 18 years or older?
1 (YES) Yes
2 (NO) No
Group of questions presented on the same screen
HH_mem_birthmonth (month of birth hh member)
In what month and year was [first name hh member[]] born?
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End of group of questions
HH_mem_age[index] := calcHHAge(HH_mem_birthyear[index], HH_mem_birthmonth[index])
HH_mem_relationship (relationship to hh member)
How is [first name hh member[]] related to you?
1 Spouse/Registered partner (e.g. husband, wife, registered partner)
2 Significant other (e.g. fiancée, boyfriend, girlfriend)
3 Parent (e.g. father, mother, stepfather, stepmother)
4 Child (e.g. son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter, adopted child)
5 Sibling (e.g. brother, sister, stepbrother, stepsister)
6 Grandparent (e.g. grandfather, grandmother)
7 Grandchild (e.g. grandson, granddaughter)
8 Aunt/uncle
9 Other relative (e.g. cousin, nephew, niece, 2nd cousin, great nephew)
10 Family-in-law (e.g. father-in-law, sister-in-law)
11 Roommate/housemate (e.g. friend)
12 Financial (e.g. tenant, renter, landlord, employer, nanny)
14 Not related
15 Other
HH_name[hhCounter] := HH_mem_name[index]
HH_gender[hhCounter] := HH_mem_gender[index]
HH_birthmonth[hhCounter] := HH_mem_birthmonth[index]
HH_birthyear[hhCounter] := HH_mem_birthyear[index]
HH_age[hhCounter] := HH_mem_age[index]
if HH_mem_type[index] = 1 then
HH_type[index] := 1
hhTotalListedAdult := hhTotalListedAdult + 1
elseif HH_mem_type[index] = 2 then
HH_type[index] := 2
hhTotalListedChild := hhTotalListedChild + 1
Else
HH_type[index] := 3
hhTotalListedUnknown := hhTotalListedUnknown + 1
End of if
HH_relationship[hhCounter] := HH_mem_relationship[index]
hhCounter := hhCounter + 1
hhTotalListed := hhTotalListed + 1
End of loop
if hhTotalListedAdult != HHAdN then
adultWarning
You indicated that there are [how many 18 plus in household excluding R[]] adult(s) living with you, but you listed [adult total listed how many in household[]] adult(s). Please go back to change your answers. If there are [adult total listed how many in household[]] adult(s) living with you, click "Next" to continue.
End of if
if hhTotalListedChild != HHChN then
childWarning
You indicated that there are [how many under 18 in household[]] child(ren) living with you, but you listed [child total listed how many in household[]] child(ren). Please go back to change your answers. If there are [child total listed how many in household[]] child(ren) living with you, click "Next" to continue.
End of if
if hhTotalListed > 0 then
Fill code of question 'FLTempNames' executed
Loop from 1 to 30
if hhmemberfirstname[cnt4] = response AND hhmemberactive[cnt4] = 1 then
FLTempNames[cnt4] := hhmemberfirstname[cnt4]
End of if
End of loop
FLNamesNew := removeEmpties(FLTempNames)
if sizeof(FLNamesNew) > 1 then
Hh_myhh_intro
In your most recent My Household survey you also listed several household members. We are interested in learning how these are related to the people you mentioned now.
End of if
Loop from 1 to SIZEOF(HH_NAME)
if HH_name[cnt2] = response then
if sizeof(FLNamesNew) = 1 then
HH_myhh[cnt2] := 97
Else
HH_myhh (hh member listed in my household)
Is [first name hh member[]] on the list below? If yes, please select that person. Otherwise, select 'Not on the list'.
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if HH_myhh[cnt2] = response AND HH_myhh[cnt2] != 97 then
if FLExclude = response then
FLExclude := FLExclude . "_"
End of if
FLExclude := FLExclude . HH_myhh[cnt2]
End of if
End of if
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End of loop
if sizeof(FLNamesNew) = 1 AND sizeof(removeEmpties(HH_name)) > 0 then
FLMyHH := getLastMyHH()
Fill code of question 'FLLast' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
HH_noMYHH_none (why members now)
Thank you for that information. It looks like that [when you filled out My Household on ^FLMyhh/when you last filled out My Household], you did not list anyone as living with you in your household.
HH_List_all
Now you listed the following people as living with you in your household:
HH_whychange (why change HH composition)
Could you tell us briefly about that change, please?
STRING
End of group of questions
elseif sizeof(removeEmpties(HH_name)) != (sizeof(FLNamesNew) - 1) then
FLMyHH := getLastMyHH()
Fill code of question 'FLLast' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
HH_noMYHH (why members now)
Thank you for that information. It looks like that [when you filled out My Household on ^FLMyhh/when you last filled out My Household], your household composition was different than it is today. These are the people you said were living with you [when you filled out My Household on ^FLMyhh/when you last filled out My Household]:
HH_List_myhh
HH_List_all
Now you listed the following people as living with you in your household:
HH_whychange (why change HH composition)
Could you tell us briefly about that change, please?
STRING
End of group of questions
elseif getAllAssigned(HH_myhh) = 2 then
FLMyHH := getLastMyHH()
Fill code of question 'FLLast' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
if sizeof(FLNamesNew) = 1 then
HH_noMYHH_none (why members now)
Thank you for that information. It looks like that [when you filled out My Household on ^FLMyhh/when you last filled out My Household], you did not list anyone as living with you in your household.
Else
HH_noMYHH (why members now)
Thank you for that information. It looks like that [when you filled out My Household on ^FLMyhh/when you last filled out My Household], your household composition was different than it is today. These are the people you said were living with you [when you filled out My Household on ^FLMyhh/when you last filled out My Household]:
HH_List_myhh
End of if
HH_List_all
Now you listed the following people as living with you in your household:
HH_whychange (why change HH composition)
Could you tell us briefly about that change, please?
STRING
End of group of questions
End of if
End of if
if hhTotalListedAdult > 0 then
HHADcomp_months (all adults in household in past 3 months)
How many months out of the last 3 (since [[]]) have you lived with all of the adult household members you listed, and no others?
1 1 month
2 2 months
3 3 months
End of if
if hhTotalListedChild > 0 then
HHChildren_months (all children in household in past 3 months)
How many months out of the last 3 months (since [[]]) did you live with all of the children under the age of 18 who are currently living in your household and no other children?
1 1 month
2 2 months
3 3 months
End of if
End of if
if HHAdN = 0 AND not(hhTotal > 0 AND hhTotalListedAdult > 0) then
HHOnly_months (only person in household in past 3 months)
How many months out of the last 3 months (since [[]]) have you been the only person over the age of 18 in your household?
1 1 month
2 2 months
3 3 months
End of if
Else
HHOnly_months (only person in household in past 3 months)
How many months out of the last 3 months (since [[]]) have you been the only person over the age of 18 in your household?
1 1 month
2 2 months
3 3 months
End of if
bn_intro
The next several questions ask about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected your decisions about whether to apply for government benefits.
Group of questions presented on the same screen
bn001_intro
Did you apply or attempt to apply for any of the following government benefits since March 2020?

Subgroup of questions
bn001a (apply or attempt Social Security retirement )
Social Security retirement
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn001b (apply or attempt for Social Security disability)
Social Security disability
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn001c (apply or attempt for Social Security survivors benefits)
Social Security survivors
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn001d (apply or attempt for Supplemental Security Income (SSI))
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn001e (apply or attempt for Medicare benefits)
Medicare
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
End of subgroup of questions
End of group of questions
Group of questions presented on the same screen
bn002_intro
Did the coronavirus pandemic affect your decision whether to apply for each of the following government benefits?

Subgroup of questions
bn002a (whether to apply Social Security retirement )
Social Security retirement
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn002b (whether to apply for Social Security disability)
Social Security disability
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn002c (whether to apply for Social Security survivors benefits)
Social Security survivors
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn002d (whether to apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI))
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn002e (whether to apply for Medicare benefits)
Medicare
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
End of subgroup of questions
End of group of questions
Group of questions presented on the same screen
bn003_intro
Did the coronavirus pandemic play a role in your decision when to apply for any of these benefits, since March 2020?

Subgroup of questions
bn003a (when to apply Social Security retirement )
Social Security retirement
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn003b (when to apply for Social Security disability)
Social Security disability
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn003c (when to apply for Social Security survivors benefits)
Social Security survivors
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn003d (when to apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI))
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
bn003e (when to apply for Medicare benefits)
Medicare
1 Yes
2 No
3 Unsure
End of subgroup of questions
End of group of questions
bn004 (covid affected likelihood of online business)
When you need to contact a government agency, e.g. to apply for benefits, or pay bills, or look at statements, you can do that online or in person, or in other ways (e.g. by writing letters).

Has the coronavirus pandemic made it more or less likely that you would contact government agencies online?
1 It made me more likely to contact government agencies online.
2 It made me less likely to contact government agencies online.
3 It has not affected my likelihood of contact government agencies online.
Group of questions presented on the same screen
bn005 (preference online business format)
When contacting government agencies online in the future, would you prefer to use a website form, live video with a person, live chat, or a mobile app?
1 Website form
2 Live video with a person
3 Live chat
4 Mobile app
5 Other, please specify:
6 I will not be contacting the government online
bn005_other (other preference online business format)
STRING
End of group of questions
ch_intro
Now we'd like to ask you some questions about education during May 2021.
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch001_intro
How many members of your household were enrolled or homeschooled in each of the following schooling levels in May 2021?

Subgroup of questions
ch001a (Enrolled in preschool or daycare)
Enrolled in preschool or daycare
0 0
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
10 10
ch001b (Enrolled or homeschooled in elementary school)
Enrolled or homeschooled in elementary school
0 0
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
10 10
ch001c (Enrolled or homeschooled in middle school or junior high)
Enrolled or homeschooled in middle school or junior high
0 0
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
10 10
ch001d (Enrolled or homeschooled in high school)
Enrolled or homeschooled in high school
0 0
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
10 10
End of subgroup of questions
End of group of questions
if ch001a > 0 then
Fill code of question 'FLPreschool' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch002a_intro
You said that [Enrolled in preschool or daycare[]] child(ren) in your household were in preschool or daycare in May 2021. How were they participating in their instruction in May 2021?

For each type of participation below, please check the box that corresponds to how many of your elementary school children were participating that way.

Subgroup of questions
ch002a1 (preschool enrolled in school and attending all classes in person)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes in person
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002a2 (preschool enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002a3 (preschool enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes)
Enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002a4 (preschool Homeschooled)
Homeschooled
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002a5 (preschool other)
Other, please specify:
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
End of subgroup of questions
ch002a5_other (specify preschool other)
STRING
End of group of questions
ch002a_total := ch002a1 + ch002a2 + ch002a3 + ch002a4 + ch002a5
if ch001a != ch002a_total then
ch002a_warning
You indicated that the number of children enrolled in preschool or daycare in May 2021 was [Enrolled in preschool or daycare[]], but you also indicated the type of instruction for [total instruction preschool or daycare[]] child(ren).

Please go back and correct your answers.
End of if
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch003a (preschool mainly responsible)
For the child(ren) in preschool or daycare:

Who was mainly responsible for providing child care and help with school work, including homework, home schooling, and any virtual classes in May 2021? Mark all that apply:
1 You
2 Your spouse or partner
3 A sibling
4 Other extended family members such as grandparents, aunts and uncles, and cousins
5 A paid provider such as a hired teacher, nanny, or au pair
6 A child care facility not located in your home
7 Other, please specify:
ch003a_other (other preschool mainly responsible)
STRING
End of group of questions
End of if
if ch001b > 0 then
Fill code of question 'FLElementary' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch002b_intro
You said that [Enrolled or homeschooled in elementary school[]] child(ren) in your household were in elementary school in May 2021. How were they participating in their instruction in May 2021?

For each type of participation below, please check the box that corresponds to how many of your elementary school children were participating that way.

Subgroup of questions
ch002b1 (elementary school enrolled in school and attending all classes in person)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes in person
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002b2 (elementary school enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002b3 (elementary school enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes)
Enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002b4 (elementary school Homeschooled)
Homeschooled
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002b5 (elementary school other)
Other, please specify:
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
End of subgroup of questions
ch002b5_other (specify elementary school other)
STRING
End of group of questions
ch002b_total := ch002b1 + ch002b2 + ch002b3 + ch002b4 + ch002b5
if ch001b != ch002b_total then
ch002b_warning
You indicated that the number of children enrolled in elementary school in May 2021 was [Enrolled or homeschooled in elementary school[]], but you also indicated the type of instruction for [total instruction elementary school[]] child(ren).

Please go back and correct your answers.
End of if
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch003b (elementary school mainly responsible)
For the child(ren) in elementary school:

Who was mainly responsible for providing child care and help with school work, including homework, home schooling, and any virtual classes in May 2021? Mark all that apply:
1 You
2 Your spouse or partner
3 A sibling
4 Other extended family members such as grandparents, aunts and uncles, and cousins
5 A paid provider such as a hired teacher, nanny, or au pair
6 A child care facility not located in your home
7 Other, please specify:
ch003b_other (other elementary school mainly responsible)
STRING
End of group of questions
End of if
if ch001c > 0 then
Fill code of question 'FLMiddle' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch002c_intro
You said that [Enrolled or homeschooled in middle school or junior high[]] child(ren) in your household were in middle school or junior high in May 2021. How were they participating in their instruction in May 2021?

For each type of participation below, please check the box that corresponds to how many of your elementary school children were participating that way.

Subgroup of questions
ch002c1 (middle school or junior high enrolled in school and attending all classes in person)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes in person
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002c2 (middle school or junior high enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002c3 (middle school or junior high enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes)
Enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002c4 (middle school or junior high Homeschooled)
Homeschooled
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002c5 (middle school or junior high other)
Other, please specify:
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
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ch002c5_other (specify middle school or junior high other)
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ch002c_total := ch002c1 + ch002c2 + ch002c3 + ch002c4 + ch002c5
if ch001c != ch002c_total then
ch002c_warning
You indicated that the number of children enrolled in middle school or junior high in May 2021 was [Enrolled or homeschooled in middle school or junior high[]], but you also indicated the type of instruction for [total instruction midle school or junior high[]] child(ren).

Please go back and correct your answers.
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Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch003c (middle school or junior high mainly responsible)
For the child(ren) in middle school or junior high:

Who was mainly responsible for providing child care and help with school work, including homework, home schooling, and any virtual classes in May 2021? Mark all that apply:
1 You
2 Your spouse or partner
3 A sibling
4 Other extended family members such as grandparents, aunts and uncles, and cousins
5 A paid provider such as a hired teacher, nanny, or au pair
6 A child care facility not located in your home
7 Other, please specify:
ch003c_other (other middle school or junior high mainly responsible)
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if ch001d > 0 then
Fill code of question 'FLHigh' executed
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch002d_intro
You said that [Enrolled or homeschooled in high school[]] child(ren) in your household were in high school in May 2021. How were they participating in their instruction in May 2021?

For each type of participation below, please check the box that corresponds to how many of your elementary school children were participating that way.

Subgroup of questions
ch002d1 (high school enrolled in school and attending all classes in person)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes in person
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002d2 (high school enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually)
Enrolled in school and attending all classes virtually
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002d3 (high school enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes)
Enrolled in school and attending a hybrid combination of in-person and virtual classes
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002d4 (high school Homeschooled)
Homeschooled
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
ch002d5 (high school other)
Other, please specify:
0 0 children
1 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
2 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
3 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
4 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
5 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
6 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
7 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
8 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
9 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
10 [1 child/2 children/3 children/4 children/5 children/6 children/7 children/8 children/9 children/10 children]
End of subgroup of questions
ch002d5_other (specify high school other)
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ch002d_total := ch002d1 + ch002d2 + ch002d3 + ch002d4 + ch002d5
if ch001d != ch002d_total then
ch002d_warning
You indicated that the number of children enrolled in high school in May 2021 was [Enrolled or homeschooled in high school[]], but you also indicated the type of instruction for [total instruction high school[]] child(ren).

Please go back and correct your answers.
End of if
Group of questions presented on the same screen
ch003d (high school mainly responsible)
For the child(ren) in high school:

Who was mainly responsible for providing child care and help with school work, including homework, home schooling, and any virtual classes in May 2021? Mark all that apply:
1 You
2 Your spouse or partner
3 A sibling
4 Other extended family members such as grandparents, aunts and uncles, and cousins
5 A paid provider such as a hired teacher, nanny, or au pair
6 A child care facility not located in your home
7 Other, please specify:
ch003d_other (other high school mainly responsible)
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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.)
STRING
if gen_selected = 1 then
dummy := setGenomeExtraPayment(3)
End of if