EX. Expectations

EX. Expectations module of ELSA 2004

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EXTSET Question
EXSBINTA Question things interviewee is not able to do because of having too little money
ISEX Question Interviewee Sex
IAGEOF Question Interviewee Age
IASKINST Question Is this an institutional respondent
EXEVNT Question chances an event may happen
IDAUNIQ System generated unique individual serial number
EXRAIN Question Expectation (%) that it will be rainy tomorrow
EXMOVHA Question Show card ar what are the chances that you will move out of your current home at sometime in the future? interviewer: i.e. this person will change their permanent residence. includes buying,renting, moving into a nursing home or other institution, current holiday home or going to live with someone else. do not include moving between properties or living abroad some months of the year
EXMOVNB Question Show card ar and what are the chances that you will move to a nursing home in the next five years? interviewer: nursing homes are institutions primarily for people who need constant nurse supervision or are unable to live independently. nursing supervision must be provided on a continuous basis for an institution to qualify as a nursing home. probe for answer, ask respondent to ignore whether they actually want to or are planning to move to a nursing home.
EXLO80 Question asked of interviewer Expectation of living to be a certain age
EXPW Question Expectation of working at a certain age
EXPWF Question Expectation of working full time at a certain age
EXHLIM Question Expectation that health will limit ability to work at age 65
EXRSLF Question Expectation of not having enough financial resources to meet future needs
EXAINH Question Expectation of receipt of inheritance in next 10 years
EXCINH Question Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£10,000 in next 10 years
EXINHE Question Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£100,000 in next 10 years
EXCIN Question Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more
EXCAIN Question Expectation of leaving any inheritance
EXCPIN Question Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth 150,000 or more
EXHVR System generated Random allocation of text
EXHVA Question Expectation that the value of house will increase/decrease by 5%/10%
EXPLAN Question Show card as in deciding how much income
EXRELA Question Frequency does not have enough money to meet needs
EXRELB Question Financial situation compared to others
EXRELC Question Financial situation compared to friends
EXRELD Question Financial situation compared to colleagues
EXRELE Question Whether unable to do certain things due to having too little money
EXPOSAGA Question What would you say are the most positive things about growing older? interviewer:probe fully. press to close and save the answer.
EXNEGAGA Question What would you say are the most negative things about growing older? interviewer:probe fully. press to close and save the answer.
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EXEVNT

chances an event may happen

SHOW CARD AR
NOW I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW LIKELY YOU THINK VARIOUS
EVENTS MIGHT BE.
WHEN I ASK A QUESTION I'D LIKE YOU TO GIVE ME A NUMBER FROM 0 TO
100, WHERE 0 MEANS THAT YOU THINK THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE AN
EVENT WILL HAPPEN, AND 100 MEANS THAT YOU THINK THE EVENT IS
ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN TO HAPPEN.
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EXRAIN

Expectation (%) that it will be rainy tomorrow

SHOW CARD AR LET'S TRY AN EXAMPLE AND START WITH THE WEATHER. WHAT DO YOU THINK THE CHANCES ARE IT WILL BE RAINY TOMORROW? (WHERE 100 MEANS A 100 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAINY WEATHER AND YOU CAN SAY ANY NUMBER FROM 0 TO 100. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU THINK THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE THAT IT WILL BE RAINY TOMORROW,YOU MIGHT SAY THERE IS AN 80 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN.)
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If Is this an institutional respondent != 1 »
 
   
 
EXMOVHA

Show card ar what are the chances that you will move out of your current home at sometime in the future? interviewer: i.e. this person will change their permanent residence. includes buying,renting, moving into a nursing home or other institution, current holiday home or going to live with someone else. do not include moving between properties or living abroad some months of the year

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL MOVE OUT OF YOUR CURRENT HOME AT SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE? INTERVIEWER: I.E. THIS PERSON WILL CHANGE THEIR PERMANENT RESIDENCE. INCLUDES BUYING,RENTING, MOVING INTO A NURSING HOME OR OTHER INSTITUTION, CURRENT HOLIDAY HOME OR GOING TO LIVE WITH SOMEONE ELSE. DO NOT INCLUDE MOVING BETWEEN PROPERTIES OR LIVING ABROAD SOME MONTHS OF THE YEAR
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If Interviewee Age >= 60 »
 
     
   
EXMOVNB

Show card ar and what are the chances that you will move to a nursing home in the next five years? interviewer: nursing homes are institutions primarily for people who need constant nurse supervision or are unable to live independently. nursing supervision must be provided on a continuous basis for an institution to qualify as a nursing home. probe for answer, ask respondent to ignore whether they actually want to or are planning to move to a nursing home.

SHOW CARD AR AND WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL MOVE TO A NURSING HOME IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS? INTERVIEWER: NURSING HOMES ARE INSTITUTIONS PRIMARILY FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED CONSTANT NURSE SUPERVISION OR ARE UNABLE TO LIVE INDEPENDENTLY. NURSING SUPERVISION MUST BE PROVIDED ON A CONTINUOUS BASIS FOR AN INSTITUTION TO QUALIFY AS A NURSING HOME. PROBE FOR ANSWER, ASK RESPONDENT TO IGNORE WHETHER THEY ACTUALLY WANT TO OR ARE PLANNING TO MOVE TO A NURSING HOME.
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EXLO80

Expectation of living to be a certain age

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL LIVE TO BE 75 OR MORE?
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If Interviewee Sex = 2 and Interviewee Age < 60 or Interviewee Sex = 1 and Interviewee Age < 65 »
 
   
 
EXPW

Expectation of working at a certain age

SHOW CARD AR THINKING ABOUT PAID WORK IN GENERAL and not just your present job WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL BE WORKING AFTER YOU REACH AGE 55 ?
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If Expectation of working at a certain age > 0 or Expectation of working at a certain age was answered Don't know »
 
     
   
EXPWF

Expectation of working full time at a certain age

SHOW CARD AR IF YOU WERE DOING ANY PAID WORK AFTER YOU REACHED AGE 55 , WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT THIS WOULD BE FOR 35 HOURS A WEEK OR MORE ,THAT IS,FULL-TIME?
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If Whether did certain work activities during last month = 1 or Whether did certain work activities during last month = 2 or Whether unemployed during past month = 1 »
 
   
 
If Interviewee Age < 65 »
 
     
   
EXHLIM

Expectation that health will limit ability to work at age 65

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOUR HEALTH WILL LIMIT YOUR ABILITY TO WORK BEFORE YOU REACH AGE 65?
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EXRSLF

Expectation of not having enough financial resources to meet future needs

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT AT SOME POINT IN THE FUTURE YOU WILL NOT HAVE ENOUGH FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO MEET YOUR NEEDS?
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EXAINH

Expectation of receipt of inheritance in next 10 years

SHOW CARD AR INCLUDING PROPERTY AND VALUABLES, WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE ANY INHERITANCE DURING THE NEXT 10 YEARS?
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If Expectation of receipt of inheritance in next 10 years > 0 or Expectation of receipt of inheritance in next 10 years was answered Don't know »
 
   
 
EXCINH

Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£10,000 in next 10 years

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 10,000OR MORE DURING THE NEXT 10 YEARS?
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If Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£10,000 in next 10 years was answered Don't know or Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£10,000 in next 10 years > 0 »
 
     
   
EXINHE

Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£100,000 in next 10 years

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 100,000 OR MORE DURING THE NEXT 10 YEARS?
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EXCIN

Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more

SHOW CARD AR INCLUDING PROPERTY AND OTHER VALUABLES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner MIGHT OWN,WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner WILL LEAVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 50,000 OR MORE?
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If Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more was answered and Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more = 0 or Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more was answered Don't know »
 
   
 
EXCAIN

Expectation of leaving any inheritance

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner WILL LEAVE ANY INHERITANCE?
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If Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more > 0 »
 
   
 
EXCPIN

Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth 150,000 or more

SHOW CARD WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner WILL LEAVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 150,000 OR MORE?
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If how occupies accommodation includes [1, 2, 3] and Whether or not household is at same address as wave 2 interview = 1 or how occupies accommodation includes [1, 2, 3] »
 
   
 
EXHVA

Expectation that the value of house will increase/decrease by 5%/10%

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT THE VALUE OF YOUR HOUSE WILL increase BY MORE THAN 5% OVER THE NEXT YEAR? INTERVIEWER: CODE 997 IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT OWN THEIR HOUSE.
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If Is this an institutional respondent != 1 »
 
   
 
EXPLAN

Show card as in deciding how much income

SHOW CARD AS IN DECIDING HOW MUCH OF YOUR family's INCOME TO SPEND OR SAVE, PEOPLE ARE LIKELY TO THINK ABOUT DIFFERENT FINANCIAL PLANNING PERIODS. IN PLANNING YOUR family's SAVING AND SPENDING, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TIME PERIODS IS MORE IMPORTANT TO YOU? INTERVIEWER: IF UNABLE TO GIVE ANSWER FROM CARD, PROBE FOR SPONTANEOUS CODES.
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EXRELA

Frequency does not have enough money to meet needs

SHOW CARD AT LOOKING AT THIS CARD, PLEASE SAY HOW OFTEN YOU FIND YOU HAVE TOO LITTLE MONEY TO SPEND ON WHAT YOU FEEL your/NAME's NEEDS ARE?
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EXRELB

Financial situation compared to others

SHOW CARD AU COMPARED TO THE FINANCIAL SITUATION OF OTHER PEOPLE LIVING AROUND HERE,WOULD YOU SAY YOUR HOUSEHOLD IS...
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EXRELC

Financial situation compared to friends

SHOW CARD AU AND HOW DOES YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION COMPARE WITH MOST OF YOUR FRIENDS,(WOULD YOU SAY YOUR HOUSEHOLD IS...)
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If Derived: Work status in past month includes [1, 2] »
 
     
   
EXRELD

Financial situation compared to colleagues

SHOW CARD AU AND HOW DOES YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION COMPARE TO MOST OF YOUR CLOSE WORK COLLEAGUES, (WOULD YOU SAY YOUR HOUSEHOLD IS...)
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EXRELE

Whether unable to do certain things due to having too little money

SHOW CARD AV DOES HAVING TOO LITTLE MONEY STOP YOU FROM DOING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS? INTERVIEWER: CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
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EXSBINTA

things interviewee is not able to do because of having too little money

GROWING OLDER CAN MEAN DIFFERENT THINGS TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE. AS WELL
AS KNOWING ABOUT YOUR OVERALL SITUATION, WE ARE INTERESTED IN YOUR
EXPERIENCE OF GROWING OLDER. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS MIGHT SEEM
STRANGE AT FIRST BUT PLEASE TRY TO ANSWER THEM AS BEST AS YOU CAN.
INTERVIEWER: PRESS 1 AND .
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EXPOSAGA

What would you say are the most positive things about growing older? interviewer:probe fully. press to close and save the answer.

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY ARE THE MOST POSITIVE THINGS ABOUT GROWING OLDER? INTERVIEWER:PROBE FULLY. PRESS TO CLOSE AND SAVE THE ANSWER.
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EXNEGAGA

What would you say are the most negative things about growing older? interviewer:probe fully. press to close and save the answer.

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY ARE THE MOST NEGATIVE THINGS ABOUT GROWING OLDER? INTERVIEWER:PROBE FULLY. PRESS TO CLOSE AND SAVE THE ANSWER.
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EXTSET
INTERVIEWER: THE EXPECTATIONS SECTION IS FINISHED.
PLEASE ENTER 1 HERE TO MAKE THE PROGRAM STORE THE CURRENT TIME
AND DATE.
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EXEVNT
chances an event may happen

@/SHOW CARD AR
@/@/NOW I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW LIKELY YOU THINK VARIOUS
EVENTS MIGHT BE.
@/@/WHEN I ASK A QUESTION I'D LIKE YOU TO GIVE ME A NUMBER FROM 0 TO
100, WHERE 0 MEANS THAT YOU THINK THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE AN
EVENT WILL HAPPEN, AND 100 MEANS THAT YOU THINK THE EVENT IS
ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN TO HAPPEN.
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EXRAIN
Expectation (%) that it will be rainy tomorrow

SHOW CARD AR LET'S TRY AN EXAMPLE AND START WITH THE WEATHER. WHAT DO YOU THINK THE CHANCES ARE IT WILL BE RAINY TOMORROW? (WHERE 100 MEANS A 100 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAINY WEATHER AND YOU CAN SAY ANY NUMBER FROM 0 TO 100. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU THINK THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE THAT IT WILL BE RAINY TOMORROW,YOU MIGHT SAY THERE IS AN 80 PERCENT CHANCE OF RAIN.)
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If Is this an institutional respondent (IASKINST) != 1 »

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EXMOVHA
Show card ar what are the chances that you will move out of your current home at sometime in the future? interviewer: i.e. this person will change their permanent residence. includes buying,renting, moving into a nursing home or other institution, current holiday home or going to live with someone else. do not include moving between properties or living abroad some months of the year

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL MOVE OUT OF YOUR CURRENT HOME AT SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE? INTERVIEWER: I.E. THIS PERSON WILL CHANGE THEIR PERMANENT RESIDENCE. INCLUDES BUYING,RENTING, MOVING INTO A NURSING HOME OR OTHER INSTITUTION, CURRENT HOLIDAY HOME OR GOING TO LIVE WITH SOMEONE ELSE. DO NOT INCLUDE MOVING BETWEEN PROPERTIES OR LIVING ABROAD SOME MONTHS OF THE YEAR
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0..100

If IAGEOF >= 60 »

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EXMOVNB
Show card ar and what are the chances that you will move to a nursing home in the next five years? interviewer: nursing homes are institutions primarily for people who need constant nurse supervision or are unable to live independently. nursing supervision must be provided on a continuous basis for an institution to qualify as a nursing home. probe for answer, ask respondent to ignore whether they actually want to or are planning to move to a nursing home.

SHOW CARD AR AND WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL MOVE TO A NURSING HOME IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS? INTERVIEWER: NURSING HOMES ARE INSTITUTIONS PRIMARILY FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED CONSTANT NURSE SUPERVISION OR ARE UNABLE TO LIVE INDEPENDENTLY. NURSING SUPERVISION MUST BE PROVIDED ON A CONTINUOUS BASIS FOR AN INSTITUTION TO QUALIFY AS A NURSING HOME. PROBE FOR ANSWER, ASK RESPONDENT TO IGNORE WHETHER THEY ACTUALLY WANT TO OR ARE PLANNING TO MOVE TO A NURSING HOME.
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0..100

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EXLO80
Expectation of living to be a certain age

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL LIVE TO BE 75 OR MORE?
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0..100

If Interviewee Sex (ISEX) = 2 and Interviewee Age (IAGEOF) < 60 or Interviewee Sex (ISEX) = 1 and Interviewee Age (IAGEOF) < 65 »

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EXPW
Expectation of working at a certain age

SHOW CARD AR THINKING ABOUT PAID WORK IN GENERAL and not just your present job WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL BE WORKING AFTER YOU REACH AGE 55 ?
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0..100

If Expectation of working at a certain age (EXPW) > 0 or Expectation of working at a certain age (EXPW) was answered Don't know »

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EXPWF
Expectation of working full time at a certain age

SHOW CARD AR IF YOU WERE DOING ANY PAID WORK AFTER YOU REACHED AGE 55 , WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT THIS WOULD BE FOR 35 HOURS A WEEK OR MORE ,THAT IS,FULL-TIME?
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0..100

If Whether did certain work activities during last month (WPACT) = 1 or Whether did certain work activities during last month (WPACT) = 2 or Whether unemployed during past month (WPAWAY) = 1 »

If Interviewee Age (IAGEOF) < 65 »

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EXHLIM
Expectation that health will limit ability to work at age 65

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOUR HEALTH WILL LIMIT YOUR ABILITY TO WORK BEFORE YOU REACH AGE 65?
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0..100

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EXRSLF
Expectation of not having enough financial resources to meet future needs

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT AT SOME POINT IN THE FUTURE YOU WILL NOT HAVE ENOUGH FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO MEET YOUR NEEDS?
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0..100

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EXAINH
Expectation of receipt of inheritance in next 10 years

SHOW CARD AR INCLUDING PROPERTY AND VALUABLES, WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE ANY INHERITANCE DURING THE NEXT 10 YEARS?
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0..100

If Expectation of receipt of inheritance in next 10 years (EXAINH) > 0 or Expectation of receipt of inheritance in next 10 years (EXAINH) was answered Don't know »

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EXCINH
Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£10,000 in next 10 years

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 10,000OR MORE DURING THE NEXT 10 YEARS?
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0..100

If Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£10,000 in next 10 years (EXCINH) was answered Don't know or Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£10,000 in next 10 years (EXCINH) > 0 »

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EXINHE
Expectation of receipt of inheritance >£100,000 in next 10 years

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU WILL RECEIVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 100,000 OR MORE DURING THE NEXT 10 YEARS?
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0..100

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EXCIN
Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more

SHOW CARD AR INCLUDING PROPERTY AND OTHER VALUABLES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner MIGHT OWN,WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner WILL LEAVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 50,000 OR MORE?
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0..100

If Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more (EXCIN) was answered and Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more (EXCIN) = 0 or Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more (EXCIN) was answered Don't know »

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EXCAIN
Expectation of leaving any inheritance

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner WILL LEAVE ANY INHERITANCE?
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0..100

If Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth £50,000 or more (EXCIN) > 0 »

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EXCPIN
Expectation of leaving an inheritance worth 150,000 or more

SHOW CARD WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT YOU and husband/wife/partner WILL LEAVE AN INHERITANCE TOTALLING 150,000 OR MORE?
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0..100

If HOTENU IN [1, 2, 3] and DHSAMEH = 1 or HOTENU IN [1, 2, 3] »

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EXHVA
Expectation that the value of house will increase/decrease by 5%/10%

SHOW CARD AR WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT THE VALUE OF YOUR HOUSE WILL increase BY MORE THAN 5% OVER THE NEXT YEAR? INTERVIEWER: CODE 997 IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT OWN THEIR HOUSE.
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0..100

If Is this an institutional respondent (IASKINST) != 1 »

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EXPLAN
Show card as in deciding how much income

SHOW CARD AS IN DECIDING HOW MUCH OF YOUR family's INCOME TO SPEND OR SAVE, PEOPLE ARE LIKELY TO THINK ABOUT DIFFERENT FINANCIAL PLANNING PERIODS. IN PLANNING YOUR family's SAVING AND SPENDING, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TIME PERIODS IS MORE IMPORTANT TO YOU? INTERVIEWER: IF UNABLE TO GIVE ANSWER FROM CARD, PROBE FOR SPONTANEOUS CODES.
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1. The next few weeks
2. The next few months
3. The next year
4. The next few years
5. The next 5-10 years
6. Longer than 10 years
7. SPONTANEOUS: Plans day to day
8. SPONTANEOUS: Plans over other period
9. SPONTANEOUS: Does not plan

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EXRELA
Frequency does not have enough money to meet needs

SHOW CARD AT LOOKING AT THIS CARD, PLEASE SAY HOW OFTEN YOU FIND YOU HAVE TOO LITTLE MONEY TO SPEND ON WHAT YOU FEEL your/NAME's NEEDS ARE?
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1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Most of the time

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EXRELB
Financial situation compared to others

SHOW CARD AU COMPARED TO THE FINANCIAL SITUATION OF OTHER PEOPLE LIVING AROUND HERE,WOULD YOU SAY YOUR HOUSEHOLD IS...
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1. Much worse off
2. A bit worse off
3. About the same
4. A bit better off, or
5. Much better off

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EXRELC
Financial situation compared to friends

SHOW CARD AU AND HOW DOES YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION COMPARE WITH MOST OF YOUR FRIENDS,(WOULD YOU SAY YOUR HOUSEHOLD IS...)
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1. Much worse off
2. A bit worse off
3. About the same
4. A bit better off, or
5. Much better off@/
6. SPONTANEOUS: No friends

If WPACTW IN [1, 2] »

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EXRELD
Financial situation compared to colleagues

SHOW CARD AU AND HOW DOES YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION COMPARE TO MOST OF YOUR CLOSE WORK COLLEAGUES, (WOULD YOU SAY YOUR HOUSEHOLD IS...)
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1. Much worse off
2. A bit worse off
3. About the same
4. A bit better off, or
5. Much better off
6. SPONTANEOUS ONLY: No work colleagues

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EXRELE
Whether unable to do certain things due to having too little money

SHOW CARD AV DOES HAVING TOO LITTLE MONEY STOP YOU FROM DOING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS? INTERVIEWER: CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
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1. Buy your first choices of food items
2. Have family and friends round for a drink or meal
3. Have an outfit to wear for social or family occasions
4. Keep your home in a reasonable state of decoration
5. Replace or repair broken electrical goods
6. Pay for fares or other transport costs+
7. Buy presents for friends or family once a year
8. Take the sorts of holidays you want
9. Treat yourself from time to time
96. None of these

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EXSBINTA
things interviewee is not able to do because of having too little money

GROWING OLDER CAN MEAN DIFFERENT THINGS TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE. AS WELL
AS KNOWING ABOUT YOUR OVERALL SITUATION, WE ARE INTERESTED IN YOUR
EXPERIENCE OF GROWING OLDER. THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS MIGHT SEEM
STRANGE AT FIRST BUT PLEASE TRY TO ANSWER THEM AS BEST AS YOU CAN.
@/@/@/INTERVIEWER: PRESS 1 AND .
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EXPOSAGA
What would you say are the most positive things about growing older? interviewer:probe fully. press to close and save the answer.

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY ARE THE MOST POSITIVE THINGS ABOUT GROWING OLDER? INTERVIEWER:PROBE FULLY. PRESS TO CLOSE AND SAVE THE ANSWER.
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1. More free time, leisure time or relaxing / can do what I +
2. Less responsibilities/no or fewer worries/can please oneself
3. More holidays / travel
4. Having grandchildren / see them grow up
5. Family - Other family benefits
6. Free prescriptions / concessions
7. Financial security / having money
8. Retirement / free from work
9. Getting wiser / experience / knowledge
10. Feel more confident / worry less about what others think
11. Feel settled / content / calmer / more relaxed
12. More tolerant / patient
13. Feel that I have achieved things
14. Helping my family or community
15. Clubs and societies for older people
16. Don t know
85. Other specific answer not in codeframe (i.e. codes 1-16)
86. Vague / irrelevant answer
87. Nothing
88. Negative aspect(s) of ageing - backcoded to Exnega
89. Editor can t deal with this

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EXNEGAGA
What would you say are the most negative things about growing older? interviewer:probe fully. press to close and save the answer.

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY ARE THE MOST NEGATIVE THINGS ABOUT GROWING OLDER? INTERVIEWER:PROBE FULLY. PRESS TO CLOSE AND SAVE THE ANSWER.
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1. Becoming, being or looking old
2. Not being able to do what used to do/what want to do
3. Lack of respect from others / ageist attitudes
4. Health - Fear of ill health
5. Health - Having poor health
6. Dependency on others - Fear of dependency/going to institut
7. Dependency on others - Being / feeling dependent on others
8. Friends and family - Fear of losing friends and family
9. Friends and family - Loneliness / loss of friends and family
10. Loss of income / poverty
11. Depression / sadness
12. Loss of memory or other mental functions
13. Nothing to look forward to / no future / fear of the future
14. Changing world / things are not what they used to be
15. Not feeling safe / crime / more vulnerable
16. Approaching death / dying
17. Being grumpy or moaning
18. Don't know
85. Other specific answer not in codeframe (i.e. codes 1-17)
86. Vague / irrelevant answer
87. Nothing
88. Positive aspect(s) of ageing - backcoded to Exposa
89. Editor unable to deal with this

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EXTSET
EXTSET

@/INTERVIEWER: THE EXPECTATIONS SECTION IS FINISHED.
@/@/PLEASE ENTER 1 HERE TO MAKE THE PROGRAM STORE THE CURRENT TIME
AND DATE.
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