DCW2P Data Dictionary Partner

No. Research domain Subdomain Questionnaire number Question Variable name Format name Formatted data values Value labels Variable type Notes
1       Partner ID IDN_Y2P   .   Identification key Pseudo ID are provided for data integration
 
2       Age (years) of partner at 24 month interview AGE_Y2P AGEY2P 20 <=20 Derived Values derived from interview date (Interview_Date_Y2P) and date of birth(BG1A_AP) and converted to years. Lower and upper extremes categorised
              56 >=56    
 
3       Country of residence RESIDENTIALCOUNTRY_Y2P CORY2P 1 New Zealand Categorised Countries other than New Zealand grouped as "Other"
              2 Other    
 
4 Psychological & Cognitive development Time spent with your child M3 I say nice things about my [child/children] TS1_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw For M3-M14, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
5     M4 I take an active interest in my [child/children] TS2_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
6     M5 I am interested in the things my [child does/children do] TS3_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
7     M6 I praise my [child/children] when [he/she] deserves it TS4_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
8     M7 I enjoy having my [child/children] around me TS5_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
9     M8 I tell my [child/children] how proud I am of [him/her/them] when [he/she/they] are good TS6_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
10     M9 I make my [child/children] feel proud when [he/she does/they do] well TS7_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
11     M10 I talk to my [child/children] in a warm and affectionate way TS8_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
12     M11 I make my [child/children] feel what [he/she does /they do] is important TS9_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
13     M12 I pay a lot of attention to my [child/children] TS10_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
14     M13 I try to make my [child/children] happy TS11_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
15     M14 I like to spend time with my [child/children] TS12_Y2P TSY2P 1 Almost Always True Raw  
              2 Mostly True    
              3 Occasionally True    
              4 Almost Never True    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
16 Education Parent-child interaction questions M16 How often does [your child/do your children] play with musical instruments, either toy or real versions? PC0_Y2P PCY2P 1 Seldom Or Never Raw  
              2 Once A Week    
              3 Several Times A Week    
              4 Once A Day    
              5 Several Times A Day    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
17     M17 How often do you tell stories with your [child/children] (do not include reading books)? PC4_Y2P PCY2P 1 Seldom Or Never Raw  
              2 Once A Week    
              3 Several Times A Week    
              4 Once A Day    
              5 Several Times A Day    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
18     M18 How often do you read books with your [child/children]? PC5_Y2P PCY2P 1 Seldom Or Never Raw  
              2 Once A Week    
              3 Several Times A Week    
              4 Once A Day    
              5 Several Times A Day    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
19 Culture & Identity Parental identity M20 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your occupation? IMP1_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
20     M21 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your ethnicity? IMP2_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
21     M22 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your religious or spiritual beliefs? IMP3_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
22     M23 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your political beliefs? IMP4_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
23     M24 How important is this as a sense of who you are: being a parent? IMP5_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
24     M25 How important is this as a sense of who you are: where you or your family come from? IMP6_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
25     M26 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your marital or partnership status? IMP7_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
26     M27 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your gender? IMP8_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
27     M28 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your age and life stage? IMP9_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
28     M29 How important is this as a sense of who you are: your level of education? IMP10_Y2P IMPY2P 1 Important Raw  
              2 Not Very Important    
              3 Not At All Important    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
29     M31 We would like to know how you feel about being a parent. Overall, do you feel that as a parent you are: INV6_Y2P INV6Y2P 1 Not Very Good At Being A Parent Raw  
              2 A Person Who Has Some Trouble Being A Parent    
              3 An Average Parent    
              4 A Better Than Average Parent    
              5 A Very Good Parent    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
30 Psychological & Cognitive development Parental enjoyment M33 When I engage in caring for [child/children], the main reason is to help my partner PID4_Y2P PIDQY2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
31     M34 On the whole, I enjoy being a parent PID5_Y2P PIDQY2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw Please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
32     M35 On the whole, I think I parent in a similar way to how I was parented PID6_Y2P PIDQY2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
33     M36 Being a parent is very satisfying PID7_Y2P PIDQY2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw Please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
34     M37 On the whole, my child is/children are easy to parent PID8_Y2P PIDQY2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
35     M38 On the whole, it's good to be a parent PID9_Y2P PIDQY2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw Please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Neither Agree Or Disagree    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
36 Health & Well-being Smoking M80 Do you currently smoke regularly, at least one cigarette a day? SM4_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
37     M81 How many per day on average? SM5_Y2P SM5Y2P 1 Number of Cigarettes Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
38       Number of cigarettes: per day SM5_NUMBEROFCIGARETTES_Y2P SM5CGY2P 25 25 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
39     M82 How many people who live in your household smoke cigarettes? SM10_Y2P SM10Y2P 1 Number of People Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
40       Number of people: who live in your household smoke cigarettes SM10_NUMBEROFPEOPLE_Y2P SM10NY2P 5 5 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
41     M83 Does anyone currently regularly smoke in the same room as your [child/children]? SM11_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
42     M84 How often, anyone currently regularly smoke in the same room as your [child/children]?     .     Sensitive information with low cell counts
 
43 Psychological & Cognitive development Sources of stress M131 Worry about a disabled or ill family member (adult or child) FS1_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
44     M132 Worry about current housing difficulties FS2_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
45     M133 Worry about balancing work and family life FS3_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
46     M134 Worry about money problems FS4_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
47     M135 Worry about family members not getting on FS5_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
48     M136 Worry about another child's behaviour FS6_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
49     M137 Worry about being the parent of [this child/these children] FS7_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
50     M138 Worry about who does household chores FS8_Y2P FSY2P 1 Not At All Stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat Stressful    
              3 Moderately Stressful    
              4 Highly Stressful    
              5 Not Applicable    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
51   You and your partner M140 Let each other know you really care about each other WH1_Y2P WH1Y2P 1 Never Raw For M140-M148, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
52     M141 Get angry with each other WH2_Y2P WH1Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
53     M142 Dislike each other's ideas WH3_Y2P WH1Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
54     M143 Shout at each other because you were upset with each other WH4_Y2P WH1AY2P 1 Never Categorised Four 'All The Time' cases grouped with 'Extremely Often'
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often/All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
55     M144 Act lovingly and affectionately towards each other WH5_Y2P WH1Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
56     M145 Let each other know that you appreciate each other's ideas or the things you do WH6_Y2P WH1Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
57     M146 Help the other do something that was important to her/him WH7_Y2P WH1BY2P 2 Never/Almost Never Categorised Four 'Never' cases grouped with 'Almost Never'
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often/All The Time    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
58     M147 Argue with each other when you disagree about something WH8_Y2P WH1Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
59     M148 Act supportively and understandingly towards each other WH9_Y2P WH1Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost Never    
              3 Not Very Often    
              4 Quite Often    
              5 Very Often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
60   Your relationship M150 Is the participant able to answer these questions? NCFLPRE_Y2P CFLPRY2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No - Interpreter Used    
              3 No - Other Person Over 5 Present In Room    
              4 No - Language Difficulties    
              5 No - Can Not Use Computer    
              7 No - Skype Interview    
              97 No - Other    
 
61     M152 In general, how would you describe your relationship? CFL7_Y2P CFL7Y2P 1 No Tension Raw For M152-M162, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Some Tension    
              3 A Lot Of Tension    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
62     M153 Do you and your partner work out arguments with: CFL8_Y2P CFL8Y2P 1 No Difficulty Raw  
              2 Some Difficulty    
              3 Great Difficulty    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
63     M154 Do arguments result in you feeling down or bad about yourself? CFL9_Y2P CFL9Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
64     M155 Do arguments result in hitting, kicking, or pushing? CFL10_Y2P CFL9AY2P 1 Never Categorised Two 'Often' cases grouped with 'Sometimes'
              2 Sometimes/Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
65     M156 Does your partner insult you or make you feel bad about yourself? CFL11_Y2P CFL9Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
66     M157 Does your partner belittle or humiliate you in front of other people? CFL12_Y2P CFL9Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
67     M158 Does your partner do things to scare or intimidate you on purpose? CFL13_Y2P CFL9Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
68     M159 Do you feel frightened by what your partner says or does? CFL14_Y2P CFL9Y2P 1 Never Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
69     M160 Does your partner slap you or throw things at you that could hurt you? CFL15_Y2P CFL9AY2P 1 Never Categorised Four 'Often' cases grouped with 'Sometimes'
              2 Sometimes/Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
70     M161 Does your partner push or shove you or pull your hair? CFL16_Y2P CFL9AY2P 1 Never Categorised Four 'Often' cases grouped with 'Sometimes'
              2 Sometimes/Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
71     M162 Does your partner hit you with a fist or something else that could hurt you? CFL17_Y2P CFL9AY2P 1 Never Categorised Two 'Often' cases grouped with 'Sometimes'
              2 Sometimes/Often    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
72   Role sharing/involvement M165 To what extent are you involved in the day to day care of your [child/children], for example cooking, comforting, bathing? INV1_Y2P INVY2P 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
73     M166 How involved is your partner in the day to day care of your [child/children]? INV2_Y2P INVY2P 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
74     M167 How much of the time are you directly responsible for your [child/children], for example, in sole care of [him/her/them], making babysitting arrangements, looking after [him/her/them] if they are sick? INV3_Y2P INVY2P 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
75     M168 How often is your partner directly responsible for your [child/children]? INV4_Y2P INVY2P 1 Not Much Of The Time Raw  
              2 Some Of The Time    
              3 Most Of The Time    
              4 All Of The Time    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
76     M169 How much time a week do you personally spend on domestic tasks such as housework, home maintenance, shopping and cooking? RS1_Y2P RS1Y2P 1 0 hours Raw  
              2 1-5 hours    
              3 6-10 hours    
              4 11-15 hours    
              5 16-20 hours    
              6 21-25 hours    
              7 26-30 hours    
              8 31-35 hours    
              9 36-40 hours    
              10 41-45 hours    
              11 46-50 hours    
              12 51+ hours    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
77     M170 Thinking about how you and your partner look after the family and house, do you think that you do your fair share of the child rearing tasks, both physical and emotional care? RS2_Y2P RS2Y2P 1 Much Less Than My Fair Share Raw  
              2 Less Than My Fair Share    
              3 My Fair Share    
              4 More Than My Fair Share    
              5 Much More Than My Fair Share    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
78     M171 Do you think that you do your fair share of the domestic tasks such as housework, home maintenance, shopping, and cooking? RS3_Y2P RS2Y2P 1 Much Less Than My Fair Share Raw  
              2 Less Than My Fair Share    
              3 My Fair Share    
              4 More Than My Fair Share    
              5 Much More Than My Fair Share    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
79 Societal context Employment M173 Do you have a paid job at the current time? OC52_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw For M173-M183, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
80     M174 Think about any current paid work you are doing. In that job, which of these are you? OC53_Y2P OC53Y2P 1 Paid Employee, Currently Working/Paid Employee, Currently On Parental Leave Categorised Three cases 'Paid Employee, Currently On Parental Leave' grouped with 'Paid Employee, Currently Working'
              3 Self-Employed And Not Employing Others    
              4 Employer Of Other Persons in My Own Business    
              5 Working In A Family Business Or Family Farm/Paid Employee, Currently On Parental Leave    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
81     M175 Including overtime, how many hours a week do you usually work in all your jobs? OC5_Y2P OC5Y2P 1 Hours Raw  
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
82       Number of hours: including overtime, how many hours a week do you usually work in all your jobs OC5_HOURS_Y2P OC5HY2P 1 Less than 10 hours Categorised Numeric values were categorised
              2 10-14 hours    
              3 15-19 hours    
              4 20-24 hours    
              5 25-29 hours    
              6 30-34 hours    
              7 35-39 hours    
              8 40-44 hours    
              9 45-49 hours    
              10 50-54 hours    
              11 55-59 hours    
              12 60-64 hours    
              13 65-69 hours    
              14 70-74 hours    
              15 75-79 hours    
              16 80-84 hours    
              17 85-89 hours    
              18 90 or more hours    
 
83     M176 Do you usually work on weekends? OC48_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
84     M177 Which of these best describes your current work schedule in your (main) job? NOC49_Y2P OC49Y2P 1 A Regular Daytime Schedule Raw  
              2 A Regular Evening Shift    
              3 A Regular Night Shift    
              4 A Rotating Shift (Changes From Days To Evenings And Nights)    
              5 Split Shift (Two Distinct Periods Each Day)    
              6 On Call    
              7 Irregular Schedule    
              97 Other    
              98 Ref    
              99 Dk    
 
85     M179 Do you have a job you will be starting within the next four weeks? OC14_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
86     M180 At any time in the last four weeks did you look for paid work and did you do any of the following to find work (Refer to OC16)? OC15_16_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Re-classified Responses of OC16_Y2P were combined with OC15_Y2P to maintain the anonymity of one participant.
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
87     M181 In the last four weeks did you do any of the following to find work?     .     Combined with OC15_Y2P
 
88     M182 If a job had been available, could you have started last week? OC17_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
89     M183 What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: prefer to look after my own [child/children]? NOC18_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
90       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: too busy with family? NOC18_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
91       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: partner earns enough to support us? NOC18_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
92       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: no jobs available? NOC18_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
93       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: could not find a job that interests me? NOC18_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
94       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: could not find a job with enough flexibility? NOC18_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
95       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: cannot get suitable child care? NOC18_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
96       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: it's not worthwhile with child care costs? NOC18_8_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
97       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: will lose government benefits if I work?     .     One case grouped with 'Other' category
 
98       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: I am studying? NOC18_10_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
99       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not actively looking for work, or still on leave: other? NOC18_97_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Re-classified Combined information from NOC18_9_Y2P
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
100   Income M185 What are all the ways that your household got income: wages, salary, commissions, bonuses, etc. paid by an employer? NFIN6_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw For M185-M186, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
101       What are all the ways that your household got income: self-employment or business? NFIN6_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
102       What are all the ways that your household got income: interest, dividends, rent, other investments? NFIN6_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
103       What are all the ways that your household got income: regular payments from ACC or a private work accident insurer? NFIN6_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
104       What are all the ways that your household got income: NZ superannuation or veteran's pension? NFIN6_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
105       What are all the ways that your household got income: other superannuation pensions, annuities (other than NZ superannuation, veteran's pension or war pension)? NFIN6_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
106       What are all the ways that your household got income: unemployment benefit? NFIN6_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
107       What are all the ways that your household got income: sickness benefit? NFIN6_8_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
108       What are all the ways that your household got income: domestic purposes benefit? NFIN6_9_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
109       What are all the ways that your household got income: invalids benefit? NFIN6_10_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
110       What are all the ways that your household got income: student allowance (including scholarships or stipends)? NFIN6_11_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
111       What are all the ways that your household got income: other government benefits, government income support payments, or war pensions? NFIN6_12_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
112       What are all the ways that your household got income: paid parental leave? NFIN6_13_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
113       What are all the ways that your household got income: other sources of income, counting support payments from people who do not live in your household? NFIN6_14_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
114       What are all the ways that your household got income: child support payments? NFIN6_15_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
115       What are all the ways that your household got income: family tax credits (e.g. working for families)? NFIN6_16_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
116       What are all the ways that your household got income: no source of income during that time? NFIN6_17_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
117     M186 What was your household's total income, before tax or anything else was taken out of it? FIN10_Y2P FIN10Y2P 1 Loss/Zero Income/$1-$5,000 ($1-$84 per week after tax) Categorised Combined 'Loss', 'Zero income' and '$1-$5,000' into one group
              2 $5,001-$10,000 ($84-$168 per week after tax)    
              3 $10,001-$15,000 ($168-$250 per week after tax)    
              4 $15,001-$20,000 ($250-$327 per week after tax)    
              5 $20,001-$25,000 ($327-$400 per week after tax)    
              6 $25,001-$30,000 ($400-$480 per week after tax)    
              7 $30,001-$40,000 ($480-$630 per week after tax)    
              8 $40,001-$50,000 ($630-$777 per week after tax)    
              9 $50,001-$70,000 ($777-$1000 per week after tax)    
              10 $70,001-$100,000 ($1000-$1400 per week after tax)    
              11 $100,001-$150,000 ($1400-$2000 per week after tax)    
              12 $150,001 Or More ($2000+ per week after tax)    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
118   Living standards M188 Generally, how would you rate your material standard of living? LS1_Y2P LS1Y2P 1 High Raw  
              2 Fairly High    
              3 Medium    
              4 Fairly Low    
              5 Low    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
119     M189 Generally, how satisfied are you with your current material standard of living? LS2_Y2P LS2Y2P 1 Very Satisfied Raw  
              2 Satisfied    
              3 Neither Satisfied Nor Dissatisfied    
              4 Dissatisfied    
              5 Very Dissatisfied    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
120     M190 How well does your (and your partner's combined) total income meet your everyday needs? LS3_Y2P LS3Y2P 1 Not Enough Raw  
              2 Just Enough    
              3 Enough    
              4 More Than Enough    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
121   Perceptions about neighbourhood M234 This is a safe neighbourhood NE21_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
122     M235 This is a clean neighbourhood NE22_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
123     M236 There are good parks, playgrounds, and play spaces in this neighbourhood NE23_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
124     M237 There is good street lighting in this neighbourhood NE24_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
125     M238 The state of the roads and footpaths is good in this neighbourhood NE25_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
126     M239 There is access to close, affordable, regular public transport in this neighbourhood NE26_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
127     M240 There is access to basic shopping facilities in this neighbourhood NE27_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
128     M241 There is access to basic services such as banks, medical clinics, etc., in this neighbourhood NE28_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
129     M242 There is heavy traffic on my street or road NE29_Y2P NE21Y2P 1 Strongly Disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly Agree    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
130 Culture & Identity Culture and identity M244 Do you consider yourself as currently belonging to any particular religion or denomination? RA1_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
131     M245 Belonging to any particular religion or denomination NRA2_Y2P NRA2Y2P 0 No Religion Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classificaion of religious affiliation
              1 Buddhist    
              2 Christian    
              3 Hindu    
              4 Islam/Muslim    
              5 Judaism/Jewish    
              6 Maori Christian    
              7 Spiritualism and New Age Religions    
              8 Other Religions    
              9 Residual Categories    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
132     M246 How long have you had this particular faith? RA3_Y2P RA3Y2P 1 All My Life Raw  
              2 More Than 5 Years    
              3 3-5 Years    
              4 1-2 Years    
              5 Less Than A Year    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
133     M247 Apart from special occasions such as weddings and funerals, about how often do you attend religious services nowadays? RA4_Y2P RA4Y2P 1 Every Day Raw  
              2 More Than Once A Week    
              3 Once A Week    
              4 At Least Once A Month    
              5 Only On Special Holy Days    
              6 Less Often    
              7 Never    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
134     M248 Regardless of whether you belong to a particular religion, how spiritual would you say you are? RA5_Y2P RA5Y2P 1 1 (Not At All Spiritual) Raw  
              2 2    
              3 3    
              4 4    
              5 5    
              6 6    
              7 7    
              8 8    
              9 9    
              10 10 (Very Spiritual)    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
135   Attitudes of others M276 Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your gender? NDIS0_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
136       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your age? NDIS0_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
137       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your religious or spiritual beliefs? NDIS0_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
138       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your weight? NDIS0_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
139       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: the shade or colour of your skin? NDIS0_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
140       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your ethnicity? NDIS0_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
141       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your sexual orientation? NDIS0_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
142       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your socio-economic status (e.g., educational level, income level or type of job/occupation)? NDIS0_8_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
143       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: a physical disability? NDIS0_9_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
144       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: you have children? NDIS0_10_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
145       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: your marital status? NDIS0_11_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
146       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: other? NDIS0_13_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
147       Have you felt, been treated unfairly or discriminated against: none of these? NDIS0_97_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
148     M277 Who treated you unfairly because of: your gender - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS1_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
149       Who treated you unfairly because of: your gender - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS1_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
150       Who treated you unfairly because of: your gender - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS1_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
151       Who treated you unfairly because of: your gender - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS1_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
152       Who treated you unfairly because of: Your gender - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS1_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
153       Who treated you unfairly because of: your gender - health services? NDIS1_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
154       Who treated you unfairly because of: your gender - none of these? NDIS1_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
155     M278 Who treated you unfairly because of: your age - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS2_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
156       Who treated you unfairly because of: your age - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS2_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
157       Who treated you unfairly because of: your age - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS2_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
158       Who treated you unfairly because of: your age - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS2_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
159       Who treated you unfairly because of: your age - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS2_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
160       Who treated you unfairly because of: your age - health services? NDIS2_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
161       Who treated you unfairly because of: your age - none of these? NDIS2_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
162     M279 Who treated you unfairly because of: your religious or spiritual beliefs - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS3_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
163       Who treated you unfairly because of: your religious or spiritual beliefs - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS3_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
164       Who treated you unfairly because of: your religious or spiritual beliefs - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS3_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
165       Who treated you unfairly because of: your religious or spiritual beliefs - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS3_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
166       Who treated you unfairly because of: your religious or spiritual beliefs - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS3_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
167       Who treated you unfairly because of: your religious or spiritual beliefs - health services? NDIS3_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
168       Who treated you unfairly because of: your religious or spiritual beliefs - none of these? NDIS3_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
169     M280 Who treated you unfairly because of: your weight - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS4_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
170       Who treated you unfairly because of: your weight - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS4_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
171       Who treated you unfairly because of: your weight - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS4_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
172       Who treated you unfairly because of: your weight - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS4_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
173       Who treated you unfairly because of: Your weight - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS4_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
174       Who treated you unfairly because of: your weight - health services? NDIS4_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
175       Who treated you unfairly because of: your weight - none of these? NDIS4_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
176     M281 Who treated you unfairly with respect to: the shade or colour of your skin - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS5_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
177       Who treated you unfairly with respect to: the shade or colour of your skin - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS5_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
178       Who treated you unfairly with respect to: the shade or colour of your skin - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS5_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
179       Who treated you unfairly with respect to: the shade or colour of your skin - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS5_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
180       Who treated you unfairly with respect to: the shade or colour of your skin - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS5_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
181       Who treated you unfairly with respect to: the shade or colour of your skin - health services? NDIS5_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
182       Who treated you unfairly with respect to: the shade or colour of your skin - none of these? NDIS5_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
183     M282 Who treated you unfairly because of: your ethnicity - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS6_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
184       Who treated you unfairly because of: your ethnicity - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS6_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
185       Who treated you unfairly because of: your ethnicity - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS6_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
186       Who treated you unfairly because of: your ethnicity - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS6_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
187       Who treated you unfairly because of: your ethnicity - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS6_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
188       Who treated you unfairly because of: your ethnicity - health services? NDIS6_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
189       Who treated you unfairly because of: your ethnicity - none of these? NDIS6_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
190     M283 Who treated you unfairly because of: your sexual orientation - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job?     .     Sensitive information with low cell counts. High level information provided in "NDIS0_7_Y2P"
 
191       Who treated you unfairly because of: your sexual orientation - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses?     .      
 
192       Who treated you unfairly because of: your sexual orientation - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections?     .      
 
193       Who treated you unfairly because of: your sexual orientation - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services?     .      
 
194       Who treated you unfairly because of: your sexual orientation - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities?     .      
 
195       Who treated you unfairly because of: your sexual orientation - health services?     .      
 
196       Who treated you unfairly because of: your sexual orientation - none of these?     .      
 
197     M284 Who treated you unfairly because of: your socio-economic status - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS8_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
198       Who treated you unfairly because of: your socio-economic status - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS8_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
199       Who treated you unfairly because of: your socio-economic status - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS8_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
200       Who treated you unfairly because of: your socio-economic status - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS8_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
201       Who treated you unfairly because of: your socio-economic status - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS8_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
202       Who treated you unfairly because of: your socio-economic status - health services? NDIS8_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
203       Who treated you unfairly because of: your socio-economic status - none of these? NDIS8_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
204     M285 Who treated you unfairly because of: a physical disability - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job?     .     Sensitive information with low cell counts. High level information provided in "NDIS0_9_Y2P"
 
205       Who treated you unfairly because of: a physical disability - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses?     .      
 
206       Who treated you unfairly because of: a physical disability - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections?     .      
 
207       Who treated you unfairly because of: a physical disability - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services?     .      
 
208       Who treated you unfairly because of: a physical disability - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities?     .      
 
209       Who treated you unfairly because of: a physical disability - health services?     .      
 
210       Who treated you unfairly because of: a physical disability - none of these?     .      
 
211     M286 Who treated you unfairly because of: you have children - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS10_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
212       Who treated you unfairly because of: you have children - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS10_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
213       Who treated you unfairly because of: you have children - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS10_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
214       Who treated you unfairly because of: you have children - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS10_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
215       Who treated you unfairly because of: you have children - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS10_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
216       Who treated you unfairly because of: you have children - health services? NDIS10_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
217       Who treated you unfairly because of: you have children - none of these? NDIS10_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
218     M287 Who treated you unfairly because of: your marital status - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS11_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
219       Who treated you unfairly because of: your marital status - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS11_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
220       Who treated you unfairly because of: your marital status - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS11_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
221       Who treated you unfairly because of: your marital status - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS11_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
222       Who treated you unfairly because of: your marital status - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS11_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
223       Who treated you unfairly because of: your marital status - health services? NDIS11_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
224       Who treated you unfairly because of: your marital status - none of these? NDIS11_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
225     M288 Who treated you unfairly because of other reason (DIS0-other) - employers, bosses, supervisors, and other people at work, or when applying for a job? NDIS12_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
226       Who treated you unfairly because of other reason (DIS0-other) - landlords, rental property managers, real estate agents or people selling houses? NDIS12_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
227       Who treated you unfairly because of other reason (DIS0-other) - the police, people working in the justice system (courts) or the department of corrections? NDIS12_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
228       Who treated you unfairly because of other reason (DIS0-other) - people working in banks, other finance or loan companies, hire purchase or credit providers/services? NDIS12_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
229       Who treated you unfairly because of other reason (DIS0-other) - teachers or other staff in learning institutions such as pre-schools, schools, technical institutes or universities? NDIS12_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
230       Who treated you unfairly because of other reason (DIS0-other) - health services? NDIS12_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
231       Who treated you unfairly because of other reason (DIS0-other) - none of these? NDIS12_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
232     M289 Would you describe yourself as being a member of a group that is discriminated against in this country? DIS13_Y2P YN2Y2P 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
233     M290 On what grounds is your group discriminated against - colour or race? NDIS14_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
234       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - nationality? NDIS14_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
235       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - religion? NDIS14_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
236       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - language? NDIS14_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
237       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - ethnic group? NDIS14_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
238       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - age? NDIS14_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
239       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - gender? NDIS14_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
240       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - sexuality? NDIS14_8_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
241       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - disability? NDIS14_9_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
242       On what grounds is your group discriminated against - other? NDIS14_97_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
243   Attitudes about others M292 Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: drug addicts? NAO1_1_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
244       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: people of a different race? NAO1_2_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
245       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: people who have AIDS? NAO1_3_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
246       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: immigrants/foreign workers? NAO1_4_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
247       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: homosexuals? NAO1_5_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
248       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: people of a different religion? NAO1_6_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
249       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: heavy drinkers? NAO1_7_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
250       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: unmarried couples living together? NAO1_8_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
251       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: people who speak a different language? NAO1_9_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
252       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: people with mental health problems? NAO1_10_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
253       Could you please mention any that you would not like to have as neighbours: no one on this list? NAO1_11_Y2P YN0Y2P 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
254     M293 How about people from other countries coming here? which one of the following do you think the government should do? AO2_Y2P AO2Y2P 1 Let anyone Come Who Wants To Raw  
              2 Let People Come As Long As There Are Jobs Available    
              3 Place Strict Limits On The Number Of Foreigners Who Can Come Here    
              4 Prohibit People Coming Here From Other Countries    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
255     M294 How do you feel about the value of ethnic diversity? AO3_Y2P AO3Y2P 1 1 (Ethnic Diversity Lessens a Countries Unity) Raw  
              2 2    
              3 3    
              4 4    
              5 5    
              6 6    
              7 7    
              8 8    
              9 9    
              10 10 (Ethnic Diversity Enriches Life)    
              98 Ref    
              99 DK    
 
256     M296 Could you tell me what has been the biggest challenge with your [child/children] in the past year?     .     Free text
 
257     M297 Could you tell me what has been the biggest highlight with your [child/children] in the past year?     .     Free text
 
258       NZDep2006 Index of Deprivation NZDEP2006_Y2P NZD10Y2P 1 NZDep=1 Raw  
              2 NZDep=2    
              3 NZDep=3    
              4 NZDep=4    
              5 NZDep=5    
              6 NZDep=6    
              7 NZDep=7    
              8 NZDep=8    
              9 NZDep=9    
              10 NZDep=10    
 
259       Rurality RURALITYGP_Y2P RURGPY2P 1 Urban area Categorised  
              2 Rural area    
 
260       District health board group DHBGP_Y2P DHBY2P 1 Auckland Categorised  
              2 Counties Manukau    
              3 Waikato    
              4 Waitemata    
              5 Elsewhere-North Island    
              6 Elsewhere-South Island    
              7 Other