Caucasus Barometer 2008 Azerbaijan

Caucasus Barometer is the annual household survey about social economic issues and political attitudes conducted by CRRC.
Country: Azerbaijan
Fieldwork Dates: November 14 2008 to February 5 2009

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Caucasus Barometer 2008 Azerbaijan

Caucasus Barometer is the annual household survey about social economic issues and political attitudes conducted by CRRC.
Country: Azerbaijan
Fieldwork Dates: November 14 2008 to February 5 2009

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SETTYPE: Settlement type

Question text: Settlement type

Values:
  • Capital
  • Urban
  • Rural

RESPSEX: Respondent's gender

Question text: Respondent's gender

Values:
  • Male
  • Female

AGEGROUP: Age groups

Question text: Age groups

Values:
  • 18-35
  • 36-55
  • 56+

HLTHRAT: How would you rate your health?

Question text: Overall, how would you rate your health?

Values:
  • Very poor
  • Poor
  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very good
  • DK/RA

SMLLCLD: Small cold treatment

Question text: What do you usually do when you have a small cold?

Values:
  • Do nothing, will go away
  • Drink hot tea / Use folk remedy
  • Go to pharmacy / Take medication
  • Visit a doctor
  • Other
  • DK/RA

MEDCARE: Medical care during past 12 months

Question text: During the past 12 months, did you need medical care due to an illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

MEDVIST: Visited health facility/medical professional

Question text: For your most recent illness, accident or chronic health problem, did you visit a health facility or did you consult with a medical professional?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

MEDINST: Medical institution visited

Question text: Which medical institute did you visit?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and visited a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Hospital
  • Outpatient facility
  • Private doctor
  • Other
  • DK/RA

MEDSATN: Satisfaction with medical care

Question text: Please tell me how satisfied were you with the medical care that you received the last time you visited a doctor, hospital, or medical clinic during the past 12 months?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and visited a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Completely unsatisfied
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Completely satisfied
  • DK/RA

MEDFREE: Treatment payment - free of charge

Question text: Please tell me which payment methods did you use the last time you visited a doctor, hospital, or medical clinic during the past 12 months? - Treatment was free of charge

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and visited a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

MEDOFFC: Treatment payment - paid official fees

Question text: Please tell me which payment methods did you use the last time you visited a doctor, hospital, or medical clinic during the past 12 months? - Paid money - official fees

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and visited a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

MEDUNOF: Treatment payment - paid unofficial fees

Question text: Please tell me which payment methods did you use the last time you visited a doctor, hospital, or medical clinic during the past 12 months? - Paid money - unofficial fees

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and visited a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

MEDINSU: Treatment payment - insurance

Question text: Please tell me which payment methods did you use the last time you visited a doctor, hospital, or medical clinic during the past 12 months? - Health insurance paid

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and visited a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

MEDOTHR: Treatment payment - other

Question text: Please tell me which payment methods did you use the last time you visited a doctor, hospital, or medical clinic during the past 12 months? - Other

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and visited a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK
  • RA

HLTHNOR: Reason for not visiting healt facility/doctor

Question text: Why did you not visit a health facility, or consult with a medical professional? Please tell me the most important reason.

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who needed medical care due to illness, an accident, or a chronic health problem and did not visit a health facility or consulted with a medical professional

Values:
  • Did not have money to pay
  • Employed a folk remedy
  • Did not have time
  • Do not trust medical personnel
  • Doctor / health facility far away
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

CHKSREG: Receive regular medical check-ups

Question text: Sometimes people visit a doctor even when they don't feel ill, or are injured, but they only want to check their health. Speaking about you, do you usually go for preventive medical check-ups at least once a year?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

CHKSRSN: Main reason for not doing check-ups

Question text: What is the main reason for that? Please tell me only one reason, which is the most important for you.

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who do not visit doctor or a medical facility for preventive medical check-ups

Values:
  • Employed a folk remedy
  • Did not have money to pay
  • Did not have time
  • Do not trust medical personnel
  • Doctor / health facility far away
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

CIGAVGD: Do you smoke?

Question text: On average, how many cigarettes do you smoke per day?

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option The question was changed from open-ended into yes/no and recoded

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

SMKSTAT: Non-smoking status

Question text: Which of the following best describes your situation in relation to smoking?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who do not smoke

Values:
  • Never smoked
  • Used to smoke but quit less than a year ago
  • Used to smoke but quit more than a year ago
  • DK/RA

HLTHISS: Most urgent health issue

Question text: Currently there are a number of health challenges facing Azerbaijan. Please tell me, in your opinion, which is the health issue that is in greatest need of immediate attention in Azerbaijan today?

Note: The question was recoded. Option Obesity was grouped with Other

Values:
  • Quality of medical care
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Tuberculosis
  • Cancer
  • Illnesses caused by pollution
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Care for pregnant women and infants
  • Availability of affordable medicines
  • Availability of medical insurance
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

FEELRLY: There are plenty of people I can rely on

Question text: For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. - There are plenty of people I can rely on when I have problems.

Values:
  • Describes
  • More or less describes
  • Doesn't describe
  • DK/RA

FEELEMP: I experience a general sense of emptyness

Question text: For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. - I experience a general sense of emptiness.

Values:
  • Describes
  • More or less describes
  • Doesn't describe
  • DK/RA

FEELTRU: There are many people I can trust completely

Question text: For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. - There are many people I can trust completely.

Values:
  • Describes
  • More or less describes
  • Doesn't describe
  • DK/RA

FEELCLS: There are enough people I feel close to

Question text: For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. - There are enough people I feel close to.

Values:
  • Describes
  • More or less describes
  • Doesn't describe
  • DK/RA

FEELMSS: I miss having people around

Question text: For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. - I miss having people around.

Values:
  • Describes
  • More or less describes
  • Doesn't describe
  • DK/RA

FEELREJ: I often feel rejected

Question text: For each of the following statements, please tell me whether it describes your feelings, more or less describes your feelings, or does not describe your feelings. - I often feel rejected.

Values:
  • Describes
  • More or less describes
  • Doesn't describe
  • DK/RA

NUMRELS: Do you have relatives in this settlement?

Question text: Approximately how many of your relatives, excluding your household members, live in the same city or village as you?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended into yes/no and recoded

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

NUMCFRD: Do you have close friends?

Question text: How many close friends do you have? By close friends, I mean people who are not your relatives, but who you feel at ease with, can talk to about what is on your mind, or call on for help?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended into yes/no and recoded

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

NUMFRDS: Do your close friends live in this settlement?

Question text: How many of your close friends live in the same city or village as you?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who had at least one close friend
The question was changed from open-ended into yes/no and recoded

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

REGFRDS: Frequency of seeing close friends living in the same settlement

Question text: Usually, how often do you see your close friends living in your city or village?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who had at least one close friend

Values:
  • Every day or a few times a week
  • Once a week
  • 2 or 3 times a month
  • Once in a month
  • Less often
  • Never
  • DK/RA

REGFRDE: Frequency of seeing close friends not living in the same settlement

Question text: Usually, how often do you see your close friends not living in your city or village?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who had at least one close friend
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Once a month or more frequently
  • Once every 2-6 months
  • Once every 7-12 months
  • Once every 1-3 years
  • Less often
  • Never
  • No such friends
  • DK
  • RA

FAMLGOV: Family member working for local government?

Question text: Do you have a family member or close relative who works for the local government?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FAMLPOF: Family member working for the police?

Question text: Do you have a family member or close relative who works for the local police force?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FAMNGOV: Family member working for national government?

Question text: Do you have a family member or close relative who works for the national government in the capital of the country?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FAMIORZ: Family member working for an international organization?

Question text: Do you have a family member or close relative who works for a big international organization or company?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

FAMCLAB: Family member currently living abroad?

Question text: Do you have any relatives and/or friends living abroad?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

CNTECON: Control over economic situation

Question text: Please tell me how much control you feel you have over your economic situation?

Note: The question was recoded. 10-point scale was used in the original dataset

Values:
  • No control at all
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Complete control
  • DK
  • RA

BRRWABL: Ability to borrow money outside HH

Question text: In case you need to borrow money to cover your usual expenses for two weeks, could you borrow it from someone outside your household?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

ILLHELP: Unpaid help from outside HH if ill

Question text: If you were ill, are there people besides those in this household, who would help look after you without expecting any compensation?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LFCPINC: Life change - level of personal income

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change in the level of your personal income.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCEMPL: Life change - employment status

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change of your employment status.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK/RA

LFCHLTH: Life change - health

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change of your health.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCHHHL: Life change - health of HH members

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change of the health of your household members.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCFFRL: Life change - family/friends relationships

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change in your relationship with family members or friends.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCEDUC: Life change - level of formal education

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change in the level of your formal education.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK/RA

LFCLIVE: Life change - living arrangements

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change in your living arrangements.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK/RA

LFCCHLD: Life change - amount of childcare

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change in the amount of childcare work you do.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCLAWC: Life change - law enforcement/courts

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Change in your relationship with law enforcement or courts.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCMRRY: Life change - marriage or divorce

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Marriage or divorce.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCDEAD: Life change - death of a loved one

Question text: I will now read out list of different changes, either positive or negative, that may have occurred in your life. In respect to each of them, please tell me whether this change has been positive, negative or there has been no change during the last 12 months? - Death of a loved one.

Values:
  • Negative change
  • No change
  • Positive change
  • DK
  • RA

LFCIMPT: Life change with greatest impact

Question text: Which of these changes had the greatest impact on your life?

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option. Marriage or divorce, Change in the amount of childcare work and Change in relationship with law enforcement or courts were grouped in Other

Values:
  • Change in the level of personal income
  • Change of health
  • Change of the health of HH members
  • Death of a loved one
  • Change in living arrangements
  • Change of employment status
  • Change in relationship with family members or friends
  • Change in the level of formal education
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

LFCSCAL: Level of impact of the greatest life change

Question text: To what extent has this change impacted on your life? Use 5 point scale, where 1' means Very little impact and '5' means Very big impact.

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Very little impact
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very big impact
  • DK/RA

LFCAFFC: Greatest life change still affecting life?

Question text: Speaking of the change of the greatest impact, is it still affecting your life?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCRFINS: Life change result - financial situation

Question text: As a result of this change, is your financial situation much better, somewhat better, the same, somewhat worse, or much worse, than before the change?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Much worse
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Much better
  • DK/RA

LCREMPL: Life change result - employment status

Question text: As a result of this change, is your employment status much better, somewhat better, the same, somewhat worse, or much worse, than before the change?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Much worse
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Much better
  • DK
  • RA

LCRPHYS: Life change result - physical health

Question text: As a result of this change, is your physical health much better, somewhat better, the same, somewhat worse, or much worse, than before the change?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Much worse
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Much better
  • DK/RA

LCRMENT: Life change result - mental well-being

Question text: As a result of this change, is your mental well-being much better, somewhat better, the same, somewhat worse, or much worse, than before the change?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Much worse
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Much better
  • DK
  • RA

LCRSAFE: Life change result - personal safety

Question text: As a result of this change, is your personal safety and security much better, somewhat better, the same, somewhat worse, or much worse, than before the change?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Much worse
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Much better
  • DK/RA
  • RA

LCRFAMY: Life change help from family

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from your family?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LCRRELA: Life change help from relatives

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from your relatives?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LCRCFRD: Life change help from close friends

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from your close friends?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LCRWORK: Life change help from co-workers

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from your co-workers?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCRNGBR: Life change help from neighbors

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from your neighbors?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCRPROF: Life change help from doctor/lawyer

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from professional people like a doctor, or a lawyer?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCRLGOV: Life change help from local government

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from local government?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCREDUC: Life change help from an educational institution

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from an educational institution?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCRORGS: Life change help from a social service/health organization

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from a social services or health organization?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LCRLAWJ: Life change help from a law/justice organization

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from a law or justice organization?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCRRELG: Life change help from a religious organization

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from a religious organization?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LCRNGOS: Life change help from a NGO

Question text: Now I want to know about who have helped you during this change. Did you get any help from a non-governmental organization?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LCRIMPT: Who was most helpful during the life change?

Question text: Which of these provided you with the greatest help?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent.
The question was recoded. Options Your co-workers, Your neighbors, Local government, An educational institution, A social services or health organization, A law or justice organization, A religious organization and A non-governmental organization were grouped with Other.

Values:
  • Your family
  • Your relatives
  • Your close friends
  • Professional people
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPEMO: Kind of help - emotional/moral support

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Emotional or moral support (including spiritual support, prayer or 'being there')

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPFIN: Kind of help - financial support

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Financial support (excluding material goods)

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPMAT: Kind of help - material goods/gifts

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Material goods or gifts (e.g., food, clothes, furniture)

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPTRA: Kind of help - transport/errands

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Transportation or running errands

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPHHW: Kind of help - help with HH work/child care

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Help with household work, home maintenance or child care

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPNEE: Kind of help - personal/health needs

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Help with personal care or health care needs

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPPRO: Kind of help - professional/expertise

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Professional services or expertise

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPINF: Kind of help - information/advice

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Information or informal advice (excluding professional expertise)

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPREF: Kind of help - referral/networking

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Referral, networking or help making new contacts

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPNET: Kind of help - teaching/training

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Teaching, coaching or training

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPPOL: Kind of help - political action support

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Support for political action

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SUPPOTH: Kind of help - other

Question text: What kind of help did you get from this source? - Other

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

HELPNOW: Still receiving help from this source?

Question text: Are you still receiving help from this source?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents if they named at least one change which had the greatest impact on the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

HAVEJOB: Do you have a job?

Question text: Do you have a job? This job may be part-time or full-time, you may be officially employed, informally employed, or self-employed, but it brings you monetary income.

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

WORKTYP: Status and type of primary workplace

Question text: Speaking about your primary place of employment only, which of the following best describes your status and the type of workplace?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were employed
The question was recoded. Option Employee in a local or international NGO was grouped with Other

Values:
  • Employee in a state organization
  • Employee in a medium / big private organization
  • Own business without employees
  • Employee in small family business
  • Own business with employees
  • Employee in a foreign / international organization
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

WORKYRS: Duration of employment

Question text: Speaking about your primary place of employment, from which year have you been employed at this workplace?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Less than one year
  • 1-5 years
  • 6-10 years
  • 11 or longer
  • DK
  • RA

WORKSEC: Primary employment sector

Question text: Still speaking about your primary place of employment only, which of the following best describes the sector you work for?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were employed
The question was recoded. OptionsFishing, Mining and Quarrying, Financial Intermediation / Banking, Real Estate, Property and Renting and Civil society / NGO were grouped with Other

Values:
  • Education
  • Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry
  • Wholesale and Retail Trade, Repair of goods
  • Construction
  • Transport, Storage, Communication
  • Government, Public Administration Defense
  • Healthcare, Social Work
  • Manufacturing
  • Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes
  • Electricity, gas, water supply
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

UNEMTYP: Type of unemployment

Question text: Which of the following best describes your situation?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were unemployed
The question was recoded: Unemployed and interested in a job, but NOT currently looking for a job and Unemployed and not interested in looking for a job were grouped to Unemployed, NOT looking. Retired and looking for a job, Retired and interested in a job, but NOT currently looking for one, Retired and NOT interested in looking for a job and Disabled were grouped to Retired.

Values:
  • Unemployed and looking for a job
  • Unemployed and not looking for a job
  • Student
  • Housewife
  • Retired
  • DK

UNEMYRS: Duration of unemployment

Question text: From which year have you not had a job?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Never had a job
  • Less than 5 years
  • 6-10
  • 11-15
  • 16 - 20
  • 20 years or longer
  • DK

INFWRKE: Engaged in informal work while unemployed?

Question text: From the time you have not had a job, have you engaged in any informal, temporary, or seasonal labor for payment in cash?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were unemployed

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

PERSINC: Personal income last month

Question text: Speaking about your personal monetary income last month, after all taxes are paid, which of the following groups do you belong to?

Note: Following options were grouped to More than USD 400: USD 401 - 800, USD 801 - 1200, More than USD 1200

Values:
  • Up to USD 50
  • USD 51- 100
  • USD 101 - 250
  • USD 251 - 400
  • USD 400+
  • No income
  • DK
  • RA

PERSEXP: Personal spending last month

Question text: Please tell me, what was your personal spending last month?

Note: Following options were grouped to More than USD 400: USD 401 - 800, USD 801 - 1200, More than USD 1200

Values:
  • Up to USD 50
  • USD 51- 100
  • USD 101 - 250
  • USD 251 - 400
  • More than USD 400
  • No income
  • DK
  • RA

LOANNUM: Number of loans more than USD 100

Question text: How many times have you taken loans, debt or credit including instant credit, of more than 100 USD in the last 12 months?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • 1-5
  • Six or more
  • None
  • DK
  • RA

LOANUSE: Primary use of the largest loan

Question text: For the largest loan you have taken in the last 12 months, what was the money primarily used for?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who had taken at least one loan more than 100 USD in the last 12 months
The question was recoded. Options Pay for utilities, Informal payments, bribes and Travel / Vacation were grouped with Other

Values:
  • Everyday expenses
  • Pay for medical care
  • Purchase durable goods
  • Buy food
  • Pay for special events (wedding, funeral)
  • Purchase / build / renovate a house
  • Business expenses / investments
  • Repay previously taken loans / credits
  • Pay for education
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

LOANSRC: Source of the largest loan

Question text: Still speaking about the largest loan, credit or debt you have taken in the last 12 months, from which of the following sources was it taken?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who had taken at least one loan more than 100 USD in the last 12 months
The question was recoded. Option Other organization without interest was grouped with Other

Values:
  • Private person with interest
  • Private person without interest
  • Bank, or other credit organization with
  • Other
  • DK/RA

GLOBEFF: Effect of international trade and business on respondent and his / her family

Question text: Thinking about you and your family, do you think the growing trade and business ties of Azerbaijan with other countries around the world have a good effect, bad effect, or no effect on you and your family?

Values:
  • Bad effect
  • No effect
  • Good effect
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBRUR: Globalization effect on people outside the capital

Question text: For each of the groups mentioned below, please state whether you think this group has benefited economically, experienced no difference or has been hurt economically from Azerbaijan being engaged in trade and business ties with other countries? - People living outside the capital.

Values:
  • Hurt
  • No difference
  • Benefited
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBCAP: Globalization effect on people in the capital

Question text: For each of the groups mentioned below, please state whether you think this group has benefited economically, experienced no difference or has been hurt economically from Azerbaijan being engaged in trade and business ties with other countries? - People living in the capital city.

Values:
  • Hurt
  • No difference
  • Benefited
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBAGW: Globalization effect on agricultural workers

Question text: For each of the groups mentioned below, please state whether you think this group has benefited economically, experienced no difference or has been hurt economically from Azerbaijan being engaged in trade and business ties with other countries? - People working in agriculture.

Values:
  • Hurt
  • No difference
  • Benefited
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBMFG: Globalization effect on manufacture workers

Question text: For each of the groups mentioned below, please state whether you think this group has benefited economically, experienced no difference or has been hurt economically from Azerbaijan being engaged in trade and business ties with other countries? - People working in manufacturing.

Values:
  • Hurt
  • No difference
  • Benefited
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBEDU: Globalization effect on educated people

Question text: For each of the groups mentioned below, please state whether you think this group has benefited economically, experienced no difference or has been hurt economically from Azerbaijan being engaged in trade and business ties with other countries? - The educated people in the country.

Values:
  • Hurt
  • No difference
  • Benefited
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBUNE: Globalization effect on less educated people

Question text: For each of the groups mentioned below, please state whether you think this group has benefited economically, experienced no difference or has been hurt economically from Azerbaijan being engaged in trade and business ties with other countries? - The less educated people in the country.

Values:
  • Hurt
  • No difference
  • Benefited
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBGOV: Globalization effect on government workers

Question text: For each of the groups mentioned below, please state whether you think this group has benefited economically, experienced no difference or has been hurt economically from Azerbaijan being engaged in trade and business ties with other countries? - People working for the government.

Values:
  • Hurt
  • No difference
  • Benefited
  • DK
  • RA

GLOBRAT: Effect of international trade and business on country

Question text: Now thinking about Azerbaijan as a whole: In your view, are growing trade and business ties with other countries very good, somewhat good, somewhat bad or very bad for Azerbaijan?

Values:
  • Very bad
  • Somewhat bad
  • Somewhat good
  • Very good
  • DK
  • RA

RUSSLIM: Opinion on limiting Russian trade

Question text: In recent years there has been a debate on whether Azerbaijan should limit trade relations with Russia. Do you think that limiting trade with Russia is ...

Values:
  • Very bad
  • Somewhat bad
  • Somewhat good
  • Very good
  • No difference
  • DK
  • RA

RUSSBUY: Opinion on Russians buying local businesses

Question text: Do you think that Russian companies should be allowed or prohibited to purchase businesses in Azerbaijan?

Values:
  • Prohibited
  • Allowed
  • DK
  • RA

CERNLES: Concerns - reduce spending on leisure

Question text: There are different issues that affect people's lives in all countries. I will read out a list of issues. In respect to each of them please tell me whether at this moment in time, it is not a concern, somewhat of a concern, or a big concern for you - I will have to reduce my spending on leisure activities: vacations, concerts, eating out, etc.

Values:
  • Not a concern
  • Somewhat of a concern
  • Big concern
  • DK
  • RA

CERNEXP: Concerns - reduce basic expenditures

Question text: There are different issues that affect people's lives in all countries. I will read out a list of issues. In respect to each of them please tell me whether at this moment in time, it is not a concern, somewhat of a concern, or a big concern for you - I will have to reduce my daily spending on basic expenditures: food, clothes, medicine, etc.

Values:
  • Not a concern
  • Somewhat of a concern
  • Big concern
  • DK
  • RA

CERNJOB: Concerns - job loss

Question text: There are different issues that affect people's lives in all countries. I will read out a list of issues. In respect to each of them please tell me whether at this moment in time, it is not a concern, somewhat of a concern, or a big concern for you - I will lose my job.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Not a concern
  • Somewhat of a concern
  • Big concern
  • DK
  • RA

CERNOLD: Concerns - lack of money

Question text: There are different issues that affect people's lives in all countries. I will read out a list of issues. In respect to each of them please tell me whether at this moment in time, it is not a concern, somewhat of a concern, or a big concern for you - I will not have enough money to sustain me comfortably when I am old.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Not a concern
  • Somewhat of a concern
  • Big concern
  • DK
  • RA

CERNGOV: Concerns - more reliant on government support

Question text: There are different issues that affect people's lives in all countries. I will read out a list of issues. In respect to each of them please tell me whether at this moment in time, it is not a concern, somewhat of a concern, or a big concern for you - I will have to rely more on financial support from the government.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Not a concern
  • Somewhat of a concern
  • Big concern
  • DK
  • RA

CERNFAM: Concerns - more reliant on family support

Question text: There are different issues that affect people's lives in all countries. I will read out a list of issues. In respect to each of them please tell me whether at this moment in time, it is not a concern, somewhat of a concern, or a big concern for you - I will have to rely more on financial support from family members.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Not a concern
  • Somewhat of a concern
  • Big concern
  • DK
  • RA

CERNSEL: Concerns - have to sell home/car/dacha

Question text: There are different issues that affect people's lives in all countries. I will read out a list of issues. In respect to each of them please tell me whether at this moment in time, it is not a concern, somewhat of a concern, or a big concern for you - I will be forced to sell my home, car, or dacha in the near future.

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Not a concern
  • Somewhat of a concern
  • Big concern
  • DK
  • RA

BIGCER1: Biggest concern

Question text: If you had to choose only one, which of the issues from the list would you say is the biggest concern for you at this point in time?

Values:
  • Basic expenditure reduction
  • Not enough money when old
  • Loss of job
  • More dependence on family support
  • More dependence on government financial support
  • Personal spendings on leisure reduction
  • Threat of forcible sale of car, home etc.
  • DK
  • RA

BIGCER2: Second biggest concern

Question text: If you had to choose only one, which of the issues from the list would you say is the second biggest concern for you at this point in time?

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Not enough money when old
  • More dependence on government financial support
  • More dependence on family support
  • Basic expenditure reduction
  • Loss of job
  • Threat of forcible sale of car, home etc.
  • Personal spendings on leisure reduction
  • DK
  • RA

INTLPOL: Interest in international politics

Question text: How interested would you say you are in international politics?

Values:
  • Not at all interested
  • Hardly interested
  • Quite interested
  • Very interested
  • DK/RA

NATLPOL: Interest in national politics

Question text: How interested would you say you are in national politics?

Values:
  • Not at all interested
  • Hardly interested
  • Quite interested
  • Very interested
  • DK/RA

LOCLPOL: Interest in local politics

Question text: And how interested would you say you are in local politics?

Values:
  • Not at all interested
  • Hardly interested
  • Quite interested
  • Very interested
  • DK/RA

POLDIRN: Direction of national politics in Azerbaijan

Question text: There are different opinions regarding which direction the national politics in Azerbaijan are going in. Which of the following would you personally agree with?

Values:
  • Definitely going in the wrong direction
  • Going mainly in the wrong direction
  • Does not change at all
  • Going mainly in the right direction
  • Definitely going in the right direction
  • DK
  • RA

VOTECNT: Votes are counted correctly

Question text: It is said that every vote counts. How strongly do you agree with this statement in terms of current politics in Azerbaijan? Please rank your answer on a scale of 1 to 5, with '1' being Completely disagree and '5' being Completely agree.

Values:
  • Completely disagree
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Completely agree
  • DK
  • RA

IMPISS1: Most important issue facing Azerbaijan

Question text: what do you think are the most important issues facing Azerbaijan at the moment? Please tell the most important first

Note: The question was recoded. Options NATO membership, Relations with Russia, Property rights, Fairness of elections, Court system, Freedom of speech / Human rights and Affordable healthcare were grouped with Other

Values:
  • Territorial integrity
  • Corruption
  • Jobs
  • Poverty
  • Pensions
  • Rising prices / Inflation
  • Wages
  • Other
  • DK/RA

IMPISS2: Second most important issue facing Azerbaijan

Question text: what do you think are the second most important issues facing Azerbaijan at the moment? Please tell the most important first

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option. NATO membership, Relations with Russia, Property rights, Fairness of elections, Court system and Freedom of speech / Human rights were grouped with Other

Values:
  • Poverty
  • Jobs
  • Territorial integrity
  • Wages
  • Rising prices / Inflation
  • Corruption
  • Pensions
  • Affordable healthcare
  • Other
  • DK/RA

TRUARMY: Trust towards Army

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Army

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUBANK: Trust towards Banks

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Banks

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUEDUC: Trust towards Educational system

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Educational system

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUHLTH: Trust towards Healthcare system

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Healthcare system

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUCRTS: Trust towards legal system

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - legal system

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUNGOS: Trust towards NGOs

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - NGOs

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUPARL: Trust towards Parliament

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Parliament

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUEXEC: Trust towards Executive government

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Executive government (Prime minister and ministers)

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUPRES: Trust towards President

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - President

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUPOLI: Trust towards Police

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Police

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUMEDI: Trust towards Media

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Media

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRURELI: Trust towards Religious institutions

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Religious institutions you belong to

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUOMB: Trust towards Ombudsman

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - Ombudsman

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUSTEU: Trust towards EU

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - European Union

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

TRUSTUN: Trust towards UN

Question text: I will read out a list of social institutions and political unions. Please, assess your trust toward each of them on a 5-point scale, where '1' means fully distrust, and '5' means fully trust. - United Nations

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust

EUKNOWL: How much do you know about the EU?

Question text: Please tell me how much do you feel you know about the European Union, its policies, its institutions? Use 10 point scale where '1' means Nothing at all and '10' means A great deal.

Note: The question was recoded. 10-point scale was used in the original dataset

Values:
  • Nothing at all
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • A great deal
  • DK
  • RA

EURPMIL: EU should have rapid military reaction force

Question text: There is now a debate about how much European Union's Security and Defense Policies should develop. Do you tend to agree or do you tend to disagree with each of the following statements? - The European Union should have a rapid military reaction force that can be sent quickly to trouble spots where an international crisis occurs.

Values:
  • Tend to agree
  • Tend to disagree
  • DK
  • RA

EUCONFL: EU should agree a common position in case of crisis

Question text: There is now a debate about how much European Union's Security and Defense Policies should develop. Do you tend to agree or do you tend to disagree with each of the following statements? - When an international crisis occurs, European Union members states should agree a common position.

Values:
  • Tend to agree
  • Tend to disagree
  • DK
  • RA

EUFOMIN: EU should have own foreign minister

Question text: There is now a debate about how much European Union's Security and Defense Policies should develop. Do you tend to agree or do you tend to disagree with each of the following statements? - The European Union should have its own Foreign Minister, who can be a spokesperson for a common European Union position.

Values:
  • Tend to agree
  • Tend to disagree
  • DK
  • RA

EUUNSEC: EU should have UN Security Council seat

Question text: There is now a debate about how much European Union's Security and Defense Policies should develop. Do you tend to agree or do you tend to disagree with each of the following statements? - The European Union should have its own seat on the United Nations Security Council.

Values:
  • Tend to agree
  • Tend to disagree
  • DK
  • RA

EUNOUSF: EU foreign policy should be independent from US

Question text: There is now a debate about how much European Union's Security and Defense Policies should develop. Do you tend to agree or do you tend to disagree with each of the following statements? - European Union foreign policy should be independent of United States foreign policy

Values:
  • Tend to agree
  • Tend to disagree
  • DK
  • RA

EURHRWW: EU should work for human rights worldwide

Question text: There is now a debate about how much European Union's Security and Defense Policies should develop. Do you tend to agree or do you tend to disagree with each of the following statements? - The European Union should work to guarantee Human Rights around the world, even if this is contrary to the wishes of some other countries.

Values:
  • Tend to agree
  • Tend to disagree
  • DK
  • RA

EURCRIM: EU's role in country - fighting crime

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Fighting crime

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURECON: EU's role in country - economic situation

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Economic situation

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURINFL: EU's role in country - inflation

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Rising prices / Inflation

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURTAXA: EU's role in country - taxation

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Taxation

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURUNEM: EU's role in country - fight unemployment

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Fighting unemployment

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURTERR: EU's role in country - fight terrorism

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Fighting terrorism

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURDEFN: EU's role in country - defense

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Defense

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURFAFF: EU's role in country - foreign affairs

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Foreign affairs

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURHOUS: EU's role in country - housing

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Housing

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURHLTH: EU's role in country - healthcare system

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Healthcare system

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EUREDUC: EU's role in country - education system

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Education system

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURPENS: EU's role in country - pensions

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Pensions

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

EURENVI: EU's role in country - environment protection

Question text: For each of the following issues in Azerbaijan, do you think that the European Union plays a positive role or a negative role? - Protecting the environment

Values:
  • Positive role
  • Negative role
  • DK
  • RA

PAYBRIB: Paid bribe?

Question text: Have you or any member of your household been in a situation during the last 12 months when you/they had to pay a bribe in order to get a service or to obtain preferential treatment or consideration?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

FREESPK: People have the right to openly say what they think?

Question text: In Azerbaijan today, do you think or not that people like yourself have the right to openly say what they think?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

FAIRTRT: People are treated fairly by the government?

Question text: Under the present system of government in Azerbaijan, do you completely agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree or completely disagree that people like yourself are treated fairly by the government?

Values:
  • Completely disagree
  • Somewhat disagree
  • Somewhat agree
  • Completely agree
  • DK
  • RA

GOVTROL: Government as parent vs government as employee

Question text: Which of the following statements do you agree with? Statement 1: People are like children, the government should take care of them like a parent. Statement 2: Government is like an employee, the people should be the bosses who control the government.

Note: The question was recoded. Original options are as follows: 1. Government as parent - Strongly agree 2. Government as parent - Agree 3. Government as employee - Agree 4. Government as employee - Strongly agree 5. Agreement with neither. Options 1 and 2 were grouped to Parent, 3 and 4 to Employee, 5 - DK

Values:
  • Parent
  • Employee
  • DK/RA

PROTEST: Should people participate in protest actions?

Question text: Which of the following statements do you agree with? Statement 1: People should participate in protest actions against the government as this shows the government that people are in charge. Statement 2: People should not participate in protest actions against the government as it threatens stability in our country.

Note: The question was recoded. Original options are as follows: 1. People should participate in protest actions against the government as this shows the government that people are in charge - Strongly agree 2. People should participate in protest actions against the government as this shows the government that people are in charge - Agree 3. People should not participate in protest actions against the government as it threatens stability in our country - Agree 4. People should not participate in protest actions against the government as it threatens stability in our country - Strongly agree 5. Agreement with neither. Options 1 and 2 were grouped to Yes, 3 and 4 to No, 5 - DK

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

VOTLELE: Did you vote in the last national elections?

Question text: Did you vote in the 21 May parliamentary election?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

NOVOTIN: Didn't vote - no interest in politics

Question text: Why did you not vote? - I was not interested in politics

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTUS: Didn't vote - useless

Question text: Why did you not vote? - It was useless

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTLI: Didn't vote - didn't like current politicians

Question text: Why did you not vote? - I did not like any of the current politicians

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTPR: Didn't vote - act of protest

Question text: Why did you not vote? - As an act of protest

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTFA: Didn't vote - no fair elections

Question text: Why did you not vote? - I did not believe that elections would be fair

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTAW: Didn't vote - was away from city/village

Question text: Why did you not vote? - I was away from the city / village

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTAG: Didn't vote - not of legal voting age

Question text: Why did you not vote? - I was not of legal voting age

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTCA: Didn't vote - no voter card

Question text: Why did you not vote? - I did not have a voter registration card

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTCI: Didn't vote - no citizenship

Question text: Why did you not vote? - I did not have citizenship

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

NOVOTOT: Didn't vote - other

Question text: Why did you not vote? - Other

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who did not vote in the last national elections

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

VOTSECR: Was voting kept secret in the last elections?

Question text: Do you believe that the voting during the last elections was actually kept secret, and nobody was able to find out whom a person voted for?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

ELCOND: Fairness of the most recent elections

Question text: Would you say that the most recent parliamentary election was conducted ...

Values:
  • Not at all fairly
  • To some extent fairly
  • Completely fairly
  • DK
  • RA

NATOSUP: Support of country's membership in NATO

Question text: What extent would you support Azerbaijan's membership in NATO?

Values:
  • Don't support at all
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully support
  • DK/RA

INCEQUA: Income equality: equal & unequal

Question text: Which of the following statements do you agree with? Statement 1: Income should be equal for all citizens who work. Statement 2: There should be large income differences to make sure that who works most gets the highest income.

Note: The question was recoded. Original options are as follows: 1. Income should be equal for all citizens who work - Strongly agree 2. Income should be equal for all citizens who work - Agree 3. There should be large income differences to make sure that who works most gets the highest income - Agree 4. There should be large income differences to make sure that who works most gets the highest income - Strongly agree 5. Agreement with neither. Options 1 and 2 were grouped to Equal, 3 and 4 to Inequal, 5 - DK

Values:
  • Equal
  • Inequal
  • DK
  • RA

EFFSPOL: Functioning of the police to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Police

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK
  • RA

EFFSPRO: Functioning of the prosecutor's office to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Prosecutor's Office

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK/RA

EFFSOMB: Functioning of the ombudsman to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Ombudsmen

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK/RA

EFFSNEI: Functioning of neighbors to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Neighbors

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK
  • RA

EFFSFRI: Functioning of friends to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Friends

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK
  • RA

EFFSREL: Functioning of relatives to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Relatives

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK
  • RA

EFFSCRI: Functioning of the criminals to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Criminal leaders

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK
  • RA

EFFSMED: Functioning of the media to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - Media

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK
  • RA

EFFSNGO: Functioning of the NGOs to secure safety

Question text: How effectively, in your opinion, the below mentioned entities/people function to secure personal safety and civic rights? - NGO

Values:
  • Very ineffective
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very effective
  • DK
  • RA

INTERFP: Interest in foreign policy

Question text: How interested would you say you are in your country's foreign policy?

Values:
  • Not at all interested
  • Hardly interested
  • Quite interested
  • Very interested
  • DK/RA

INTERDP: Interest in domestic policy

Question text: How interested would you say you are in your country's domestic policy?

Values:
  • Not at all interested
  • Hardly interested
  • Quite interested
  • Very interested
  • DK/RA

INTERLP: Interest in local policy

Question text: How interested would you say you are in your country's policy that happens on the regional, municipal or village level?

Values:
  • Not at all interested
  • Hardly interested
  • Quite interested
  • Very interested
  • DK
  • RA

GERUAVO: Russia-Georgia war avoidable

Question text: Do you agree or disagree with the opinion that the recent war between Russia and Georgia could have been avoided?

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

GERURUI: Russia-Georgia war - interest of the Russian government

Question text: Do you agree or disagree with the opinion that the recent war between Russia and Georgia was in the interest of the Russian government?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who heard about the war between Russia and Georgia in 2008

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

GERUGEI: Russia-Georgia war - interest of the Georgian government

Question text: Do you agree or disagree with the opinion that the recent war between Russia and Georgia was in the interest of the Georgian government?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who heard about the war between Russia and Georgia in 2008

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

GERUEUI: Russia-Georgia war - interest of European governments

Question text: Do you agree or disagree with the opinion that the recent war between Russia and Georgia was in the interest of the governments of Western European countries?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who heard about the war between Russia and Georgia in 2008

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

GERUUSI: Russia-Georgia war - interest of the US government

Question text: Do you agree or disagree with the opinion that the recent war between Russia and Georgia was in the interest of the US government?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who heard about the war between Russia and Georgia in 2008

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

GERUTVT: Trust country's TV channels about the Ru-Geo war

Question text: To what extent did you trust the information of the Georgia's TV channels about the war between Russia and Georgia?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who heard about the war between Russia and Georgia in 2008

Values:
  • Fully distrust
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Fully trust
  • DK
  • RA

ETHNIC: Respondent's ethnicity

Question text: There are a number of ethnic groups living in Azerbaijan. Which ethnic group do you consider yourself a part of?

Note: The question was recoded and differs from the original dataset. Options Russian, Other ethnicity and Georgian were grouped to Other.

Values:
  • Azerbaijani
  • Other Caucasian ethnicity
  • Other
  • DK
  • RA

NATLANG: Main language spoken at home as child

Question text: Which language did you mainly speak at home when you were a child?

Note: The question was recoded and differs from the original dataset. Options Armenianand Georgian were grouped to Other language.

Values:
  • Azerbaijani
  • Russian
  • Other language
  • DK/RA

GRADCON: Used connections to get the desired grades

Question text: During your studies, did you ever use connections to get grades you desired?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

GRADBRB: Paid bribes /gave gifts to get the desired grades

Question text: During your studies, did you ever pay bribes or present gifts to teachers and/or university professors to get grades you desired?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

KNOWRUS: Knowledge of Russian

Question text: Which of these levels best describes your ability in the following? - Russian

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK/RA

KNOWENG: Knowledge of English

Question text: Which of these levels best describes your ability in the following? - English

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK/RA

KNOWOTH: Knowledge of other foreign language

Question text: Which of these levels best describes your ability in the following? - Other foreign language (except Russian or English)

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK
  • RA

COMPABL: Knowledge of computer

Question text: Which of these levels best describes your ability in the following? - Computer (Microsoft Office programs, excluding games)

Values:
  • No basic knowledge
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • DK/RA

WEBEXPR: Internet experience

Question text: Which of the following best describes your experience with the Internet?

Values:
  • Regular access
  • Know what the internet is, but don't have regular access
  • Have accessed the internet, rare usage
  • Never accessed the internet, but ask friends and family members to access it for me
  • Never accessed the internet, asked to no one to help
  • DK
  • RA

RELGION: Respondent's religion

Question text: What religion or denomination, if any, do you consider yourself as belonging to?

Note: The question was recoded. Following options were grouped to Other: Other Christian Church, Other Protestant Church and Roman Catholic Church.

Values:
  • Islam
  • Georgian, Russian or Greek Orthodox Church
  • Other
  • None
  • DK
  • RA

RELSERV: Attendance of religious services

Question text: Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays?

Note: The question was asked to the respondent who identified themselves as the member of any religious denomination

Values:
  • Once a week or more often
  • At least once a month
  • Only on special holidays
  • Less often
  • Never
  • DK/RA

RELFAST: How often do you fast?

Question text: How often do you fast when required by your religious traditions?

Note: The question was asked to the respondent who identified themselves as the member of any religious denomination
Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Never fast
  • Rarely fast
  • Sometimes fast
  • Often fast
  • Always fast
  • DK
  • RA

AZCITIZ: Citizen of Azerbaijan

Question text: Please tell me, which country are you a citizen of? - Azerbaijan

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

GECITIZ: Citizen of Georgia

Question text: Please tell me, which country are you a citizen of? - Georgia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

RUCITIZ: Citizen of Russia

Question text: Please tell me, which country are you a citizen of? - Russia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

FSCITIZ: Citizen of other FSU country

Question text: Please tell me, which country are you a citizen of? - Other country of the Former Soviet Union, excluding Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Russia

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

OCCITIZ: Citizen of other country outside FSU

Question text: Please tell me, which country are you a citizen of? - Other country, excluding any country of the Former Soviet Union

Values:
  • Mentioned
  • Not mentioned
  • DK/RA

FUTCITZ: Future identity

Question text: In the near future, do you see yourself as...

Values:
  • Azerbaijani only
  • Azerbaijani and European
  • European only
  • DK
  • RA

CAPTRIP: Number of trips to the capital

Question text: How many times did you travel to Baku within the last 6 months?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents outside capital
The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Once
  • Twice or more
  • Never
  • Refuse to answer
  • RA

FORTRIP: Number of trips outside the country

Question text: How many times have you been outside Azerbaijan in the last five years?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • Once
  • Twice or more
  • None
  • Refuse to answer
  • RA

MIGSHRT: Would you leave Azerbaijan for a certain period?

Question text: If you had a chance, would you leave Azerbaijan for a certain period of time to live somewhere else?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

EMIGRAT: Would you leave Azerbaijan forever?

Question text: If you had a chance, would you leave Azerbaijan forever to live somewhere else?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

DWELOWN: Ownership status of the dwelling

Question text: Speaking about this dwelling, where your household lives, do you...

Values:
  • Own it
  • Rent it
  • Live free of charge with permission
  • Dwelling is owned by state/company
  • DK/RA

WATRACC: HH connected to pipline tap water?

Question text: Is this dwelling connected to the following public utilities? - Pipeline tap water

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

ELECACC: HH connected to electricity?

Question text: Is this dwelling connected to the following public utilities? - Electricity from the public grid

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

GASPACC: HH connected to pipline gas?

Question text: Is this dwelling connected to the following public utilities? - Pipeline gas

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

TRSHACC: HH connected to trash removal?

Question text: Is this dwelling connected to the following public utilities? - Trash removal

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

SEWGACC: HH connected to public sewage system?

Question text: Is this dwelling connected to the following public utilities? - Public sewage system

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

WATRFRQ: Frequency of access pipeline tap water

Question text: On average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to each of these services? - Pipeline tap water

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were connected with tap water
The question was recoded. Options Most of the day and A few hours per day were grouped with Several times a day, options Several times a month and Less frequent access - Several times a month or less frequently.

Values:
  • 24 hours per day
  • Several times a day
  • Several times a week
  • Several times a month or less frequently
  • DK
  • RA

ELECFRQ: Frequency of access - electricity

Question text: On average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to each of these services? - Electricity from the public grid

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were connected with electricity
The question was recoded. Options Most of the day and A few hours per day were grouped with Several times a day, options Several times a month and Less frequent access - Several times a month or less frequently.

Values:
  • 24 hours per day
  • Several times a day
  • Several times a week
  • Several times a month or less frequently
  • DK
  • RA

GASPFRQ: Frequency of access to pipeline gas

Question text: On average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to each of these services? - Pipeline gas

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were connected with natural gas
The question was recoded. Options Most of the day and A few hours per day were grouped with Several times a day, options Several times a month and Less frequent access - Several times a month or less frequently.

Values:
  • 24 hours per day
  • Several times a day
  • Several times a week
  • Several times a month or less frequently
  • DK
  • RA

TRSHFRQ: Frequency of access - trash removal

Question text: On average, how consistently does this dwelling have access to each of these services? - Trash removal

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who had access to the trash removal service
The question was recoded. Options Most of the day and A few hours per day were grouped with Several times a day, options Several times a month and Less frequent access - Several times a month or less frequently.

Values:
  • 24 hours per day
  • Several times a day
  • Several times a week
  • Several times a month or less frequently
  • DK
  • RA

ELECDBT: Disconnected from electricity because you owed money?

Question text: Speaking about the last 6 months, have you been disconnected from electricity from the public grid because you owed money?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were connected with electricity

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

GASPDBT: Disconnected from gas because you owed money?

Question text: Speaking about the last 6 months, have you been disconnected from pipeline gas because you owed money?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who were connected with natural gas

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

ECONSTN: HH economic sutation

Question text: Which of the following statements best describes the present economic situation of your household?

Values:
  • Money not enough for food
  • Enough for food, but not for clothes
  • Enough for food and clothes, but not for durables
  • Can afford to buy some expensive durables
  • Can afford to buy anything
  • DK
  • RA

OWNCOTV: Does HH own Color TV?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns a color television or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

OWNDVDP: Does HH own DVD player?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns a DVD player or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

OWNWASH: Does HH own Automatic washing machine?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns an automatic washing machine or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

OWNFRDG: Does HH own Refrigerator?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns a refrigerator or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

OWNAIRC: Does HH own air conditioner?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns an air conditioner or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

OWNCARS: Does HH own Car?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns a car or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

OWNCELL: Does HH own Cell phone?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns a cell phone or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

OWNCOMP: Does HH own Personal computer?

Question text: Please tell me whether your household owns a personal computer or not

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

WEBHOME: HH has Internet access

Question text: Please tell me whether your household has an internet access from your home computer or not

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who owned computer

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

LIMBRED: Does HH limit consumption of bread, pasta?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Bread, pasta

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LIMMILK: Does HH limit consumption of butter, milk?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Butter, milk

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LIMMEAT: Does HH limit consumption of meat?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Meat

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LIMVEGS: Does HH limit consumption of fruit, vegetables?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Fruit, vegetables, EXCEPT potato

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LIMPOTA: Does HH limit consumption of potatoes?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Potato

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LIMELEC: Does HH limit consumption of electricity?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Electricity

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LIMGASS: Does HH limit consumption of gas?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Gas

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

LIMTRAN: Does HH limit consumption of transportation?

Question text: In the course of a typical month, does your household have to limit consumption or use of the following due to budget difficulties? - Transportation

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK/RA

SAVINGS: Does HH have any savings?

Question text: Does your household currently have any savings?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

DEBTSHH: Does HH have any debts?

Question text: Does your household currently have any debts?

Values:
  • Yes
  • No
  • DK
  • RA

IREMFRQ: Frequency of receiving internal remittances

Question text: Speaking about the last 12 months, which of the following best describes average frequency of receiving money from this person / these persons living elsewhere in the country?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who received money from relatives/friends living elsewhere in the country

Values:
  • At least once a month
  • Approximately every 2-3 months
  • Approximately every 4-6 months
  • Less frequently than every 6 months
  • Irregularly / Difficult to say
  • DK
  • RA

AREMFRQ: Frequency of receiving remittances from abroad

Question text: Speaking about the last 12 months, which of the following best describes average frequency of receiving money from this person / these persons living in another country?

Note: The question was asked to the respondents who received money from relatives/friends living abroad

Values:
  • At least once a month
  • Approximately every 2-3 months
  • Approximately every 4-6 months
  • Less frequently than every 6 months
  • Irregularly / Difficult to say
  • DK
  • RA

FINAN12: Financial situation - last 12 month

Question text: In the last 12 months, has your household...

Values:
  • Saved money
  • Just got by
  • Spent some savings
  • Borrowed money
  • Spent savings & borrowed money
  • DK
  • RA

MONYTOT: HH total monetary income last month

Question text: Household income is a sum of monetary income of all household members. Speaking about monetary income of all your household members last month, which of the following groups does your household belong to?

Note: The question was recoded. Following options were grouped to More than USD 400: USD 401 - 800, USD 801 - 1200, More than USD 1200

Values:
  • Up to USD 50
  • USD 51- 100
  • USD 101 - 250
  • USD 251 - 400
  • More than USD 400
  • DK
  • RA

SPENDMO: HH spending last month

Question text: Please tell me what was your household's monthly spending last month?

Note: The question was recoded. Following options were grouped to More than USD 400: USD 401 - 800, USD 801 - 1200, More than USD 1200

Values:
  • Up to USD 50
  • USD 51- 100
  • USD 101 - 250
  • USD 251 - 400
  • More than USD 400
  • DK
  • RA

PCTFOOD: Percentage of income spent on food

Question text: What is the approximate percentage of your household's monthly monetary income that is spent on food?

Values:
  • 25% or less
  • 26% to 50%
  • 51% to 75%
  • 76% to 100%
  • DK
  • RA

FOODDBT: Frequency of borrowing money for food

Question text: In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to buy food? Have you borrowed money...

Values:
  • Every month
  • Every other month
  • Less frequently
  • Never
  • DK
  • RA

PCTUTIL: Percentage of income spent on utilities

Question text: What is the approximate percentage of your household's monthly monetary income that is spent on utilities?

Values:
  • 25% or less
  • 26% to 50%
  • 51% to 75%
  • 76% to 100%
  • DK
  • RA

UTILDBT: Frequency of borrowing money for utilities

Question text: In the past 6 months, how often has your household borrowed any money to pay for utilities?

Values:
  • Every month
  • Every other month
  • Less frequently
  • Never
  • DK
  • RA

CYRRLPR: 2007 income relative to 2006

Question text: Excluding income from sales of property or vehicles, compared to 2006, was your household's income in 2007...

Values:
  • Higher than in 2006
  • About the same as in 2006
  • Lower than in 2006
  • DK
  • RA

NYRRLPR: Expected income in 2008 relative to 2007

Question text: Compared to 2007, excluding income from sales of property or vehicles, do you believe your household's income in 2008 will be...

Values:
  • Higher than in 2007
  • About the same as in 2007
  • Lower than in 2007
  • DK
  • RA

CURRUNG: Current perceived economic rung

Question text: let's imagine there is a 10-step ladder reflecting the economic standing of all households in Azerbaijan today. The first rung of this ladder corresponds to the lowest possible economic position in society, while the 10th rung corresponds to the highest possible position. Which rung of this ladder do you think your household stands on currently?

Note: The question was recoded. 10-point scale was used in the original dataset

Values:
  • Lowest
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Highest
  • DK
  • RA

FUTRUNG: Perceived econoomic rung in 5 years

Question text: Which rung of this ladder do you think your household will be standing on 5 years from now?

Note: The question was recoded. 10-point scale was used in the original dataset

Values:
  • Lowest
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Highest
  • DK
  • RA

RELCOND: Perceived relative economic condition

Question text: Relative to most of the households around you, would you describe the current economic condition of your household as ...

Values:
  • Very poor
  • Poor
  • Fair
  • Good
  • Very good
  • DK
  • RA

MININCN: Desired minimal monthly income for normal life (USD)

Question text: What is the minimal monthly income that would enable your household live a normal life?

Note: The question was changed from open-ended and recoded

Values:
  • 250 or less
  • 251-500
  • 501-1000
  • 1001-2500
  • 2501 or more
  • DK
  • RA

CHLDFIN: Perceived financial situation of children

Question text: Do you think your children will be financially better off than you are or worse off, when they are your age?

Note: Frequencies are calculated without Not applicable option

Values:
  • Worse off
  • The same
  • Better of
  • DK
  • RA

RESPEDU: Respondent's education

Question text: Respondent's education

Note: The question was recoded. Options “No primary education”, “Primary education”, “Incomplete secondary education”, “Secondary education| were grouped to “Secondary or lower”, “Incomplete higher education”, “Completed higher education” and “Post-graduate degree” were grouped to “Higher than secondary”

Values:
  • Secondary or lower
  • Secondary technical
  • Higher than secondary
  • DK

RESPMAR: Respondent's marital status

Question text: Respondent's marital status

Note: The question was recoded. Options Separated and Divorced were grouped.

Values:
  • Never married
  • Married: official state marriage only, no religious ceremony
  • Married: religious ceremony only, not registered with state
  • Married: both religious ceremony and state marriage
  • Cohabiting without civil or religious marriage
  • Divorced / Separated
  • Widow / Widower
  • DK

RESPINT: Respondent was interested, involved

Question text: Respondent was interested, involved

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

RESPFRN: Respondent was friendly

Question text: Respondent was friendly

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

RESPIMP: Respondent was impatient

Question text: Respondent was impatient

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

RESPWOR: Respondent was worried, nervous

Question text: Respondent was worried, nervous

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

RESPHOS: Respondent was hostile

Question text: Respondent was hostile

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Yes
  • No

FRQCLAR: Frequency of asking clarifications

Question text: Frequency of asking clarifications

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Never
  • Just a few questions
  • Approximately between 10 and 20
  • Substantial number but less than half
  • Throughout most of the interview

FRQDIST: Frequency of the respondent being distracted

Question text: Frequency of the respondent being distracted

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Never
  • Just a few questions
  • Approximately between 10 and 20
  • Substantial number but less than half
  • Throughout most of the interview

FRQKNOW: Frequency the respondent seemed to lack knowledge

Question text: Frequency the respondent seemed to lack knowledge

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Never
  • Just a few questions
  • Approximately between 10 and 20
  • Substantial number but less than half
  • Throughout most of the interview

FRQRLCT: Frequency of the respondent being reluctant

Question text: Frequency of the respondent being reluctant

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Never
  • Just a few questions
  • Approximately between 10 and 20
  • Substantial number but less than half
  • Throughout most of the interview

RESPSIN: Respondent's honesty

Question text: Respondent's honesty

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Completely honest
  • Mostly honest
  • Mostly dishonest
  • Completely dishonest

RESPCOM: Respondent's behavior

Question text: Respondent's behavior

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Comfortable
  • Neutral
  • Nervous

RESPINL: Respondent's intelligence

Question text: Respondent's intelligence

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Not intelligent at all
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very intelligent

RESATTR: Respondent's attractiveness

Question text: Respondent's attractiveness

Note: Interviewer's assessment of the respondent

Values:
  • Very unattractive
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Very attractive

INTLANG: Interview language

Question text: Interview language

Values:
  • Azerbaijani

HHASIZE: Number of adult household members

Question text: Number of adult household members

Values:
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6 or more

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