Questionnaire 2017[instrument]

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0 PT1 Reasons for participation UE2
1 1 = Questions on CV intended 2 = Questions on CV NOT intended, CV: [1/2] Q2
343 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077161
436 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] How did this marriage end? Q201
483 And how long does [Name of child] attend this care giving facility normally? Q238
644 Does the company in which you were employed last belong to the public sector? Q359
753 What monthly gross income do you expect to earn 2 years from now? Q9540
141 People can have many different qualities—some are listed below. You will probably find that some of these descriptions fit you completely and that some do not fit you at all. Others may fit to a certain extent. I am... Q73A
195 Mother Q4592170
353 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077166
363 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077171
373 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077176
384 Questions before the treatment UE50
385 Q254316 Q254316
95 How will residential property rents develop in 10 years compared to today? Q817
126 Innovation module on real estate: Planned investments UE22
137 The following is about how you evaluate yourself on several aspects. For this, I am going to read a number of statements aloud. Please report how much the respective statement applies to you. 1 equals "Does not apply at all", 5 equals "Fully applies". You can use the values in between to make your estimate. Q847
28 Are the monthly costs for electricity included in your rent? Q19
51 Governmental benefits and income UE14
233 You are one of the 10% whose decision is played out. We will now determine which of the four decisions you made regarding the urns will be considered. Q126
2 There are different reasons for househoulds to participate in this survey. What are your reasons for participating? If there are multiple reasons, please choose the most important one. Q601
3 Household questionnaire UE3
4 Dwelling UE4
5 It is important to check whether the living situation of your household has changed since the last interview. The first question is about who lives in your household and where they live. What is applicable to your household? Interview in the same dwelling at the same address: Interview for the first time at this dwelling at this address: Q3
6 When did you move into this dwelling? Q4
7 Month Q5
8 PTH2 Floors UE5
9 What kind of a house is it in which you live? Q630
234 The result of the random algorithm is that your decision regarding urn [Vase number] will be considered. Q127
10 On which floor is your dwelling? Q631
11 How does the street section look like where you have your house? Q632
12 Is it a rooming house, guesthouse, or a similar accommodation? Q7
13 When, approximately, was the building built in which your dwelling is located? Q8
14 Can you also provide the exact year in which the building was built? Q9
15 Has the size of your dwelling changed within the last year, e.g., due to remodeling or changes in usage? Q10
16 How large is the total living space in this flat? Q11
17 The next questions deal with the costs of living in your dwelling. First the question: Are you living in the dwelling as ... Q12
18 Tenants UE6
19 Innovation module on real estate: Properties of the rental contract UE7
20 What applies to your rental contract? Q801
21 Rent/Month UE8
22 How much is the monthly rent at present? Q13
23 Now we have some questions on your incidentals. Q15
24 Heating Costs UE9
25 Are the monthly costs for heat included in your rent? Q16
26 How much are the monthly costs for heat (warm water costs included) on average? Q17
27 Electricity costs UE10
29 How much are the monthly electricity costs on average? Q20
30 Cost allocations as part of the rent UE11
31 Are other additional expenses not previously mentioned such as water, garbage removal, etc. included in the rent stated above? Q22
32 How much do you spend for incidentals like water, garbage disposal and all not yet mentioned cost allocation monthly on average? Q23
33 Proprietary UE12
34 Do you still have financial obligations, for example loans or a mortgage, for this house or flat in which you live? Q25
35 How much are the monthly loan or mortgage payments including interest for this/these loan/s or mortgage/s? Q26
36 How much did you spend for heating (including hot water) in 2016? Q27
37 How much did you spend for electricity in 2016? Q28
38 How much did you spend for water, garbage disposal, street cleaning and all additional not yet mentioned cost allocation in 2016? Q29
39 Leasing UE13
40 Did you or someone in your household receive income from letting or leasing land or house / flat in year 2016? Q30
41 About how much was the total income from letting or leasing in 2016? Q31
42 Did you have any costs for maintenance and modernization in these let or leased objects in 2016? Q32
43 How much did you spend for maintenance and modernization in these let or leased objects in 2016? Q33
44 Did you pay any repayments, interests or mortgages for these let or leased objects in 2016? Q34
45 How much did you spend for repayments, interests or mortgages for these let or leased objects in 2016? Q35
46 Are you or is someone else in your household currently paying back loans and interest for purchases or other expenditures? Q36
47 How high is the monthly rate, including interests that you pay on these loans? Q37
48 Did you or another member of the household own any of the following savings or investment securities in the year 2016? Q38
49 How much was your total income from interest, dividends and profits from all investments in 2016? Q40
50 Please estimate the amount according to the following categories. Q41
52 Did you or one of the members of your household currently receive any of the following governmental benefits? Q42
53 How much child benefit (Kindergeld) are you or another household member receiving currently per month? [Please do not add the supplementary child benefit.] Q43
54 For ... children Q110050012
55 How much are you or another household member receiving currently per month in supplementary child benefits (Kindergeldzuschlag) in addition to child benefits (Kindergeld)? Q45
56 How much are you or another household member receiving currently per month in benefits from the Bildungspaket (package of financial measures for the education of children in need in Germany)? Q46
57 How much are you or another household member currently receiving per month in unemployment benefit II (Arbeitslosengeld II), including social benefit and accommodation expenses (Sozialgeld, Unterkunftskosten)? Q47
58 How much are you or another household member receiving currently per month for long-term care insurance benefits (Leistungen der Pflegeversicherung)? Q48
59 What is the amount that you or another household member receive monthly as assistance for livelihood? Q49
60 How much are you or another household member currently receiving per month in basic income support for the elderly / those with reduced earning capacity (Grundsicherung im Alter oder bei Erwerbsminderung)? Q50
61 How much are you or another household member receiving currently per month is housing allowance? Q51
62 If you take a look at the total income of all members of the household: How much is the monthly household net income today? Q52
63 Is your household net income Q54
64 Is your household net income Q55_1
65 Is your household net income Q66_1
66 Is your household net income Q55_2
67 Is your household net income Q56
68 Is your household net income Q57
69 Is your household net income Q58
70 Do you have normally some money left at the end of a month, which you can save or put aside? This can include regular savings deposits for asset formation such as: savings plan of bank, a personal pension scheme with state grant (Riester- or Rüruprente), other personal pension schemes, building savings contracts, cash-value life insurances, capital formation savings payment. We are also looking for precautionary saving such as for a larger purchase or for a state of emergency. Q59
71 PTH1 Motifs for saving UE15
72 For what do you save money at the moment? Q629
73 How much do you have left per month for asset formation? Q60
74 How much do you have left per month for precautionary saving? Q61
75 Does someone in your household need care or assistance on a constant basis due to age, sickness, or medical treatment? Q62
76 Does the person in need of care receive long-term care insurance benefits (Pflegeversicherung)? Q63
77 What is the level of care for that person as it is approved by the nursing care insurance? Q64
78 Individual questionnaire - Part 1 UE16
79 Innovation module on language II - Part 1 - Split A from HH,1 UE17
80 Q803 Q803
81 Q804 Q804
82 Q805 Q805
83 Q806 Q806
84 Innovation module on real estate: Acquisition UE18
85 Q44127 Q44127
86 We now want to ask you some questions about residential properties Q808
87 Have you ever bought residential property for your own use or for letting? Q809
88 When was the last time you bought a residential property for your own use or for letting? Q810
89 How important would it be for you to have an additional room in your dwelling? Q811
90 Innovation module real estate: Rental price trend UE19
91 Now I want to talk to you about your expectations on the development of rents for residential properties in your local area. Please think of newly concluded contracts. Q813
92 How will the rents of residential properties develop in the next two years compared to today? Q814
93 What do you think: by what percentage will rents in 2 years be higher than rents today? Q815
94 What do you think: by what percentage will rents in 2 years be lower than rents today? Q816
96 What do you think: by what percentage will rents in 10 years be higher than rents today? Q818
97 What do you think: by what percentage will rents in 10 years be lower than rents today? Q819
98 How will residential property rents develop in 30 years compared to today? Q820
99 What do you think: by what percentage will rents in 30 years be higher than rents today? Q821
100 What do you think: by what percentage will rents in 30 years be lower than rents today? Q822
101 Development of own rent UE20
102 The next questions deal with the costs of living in your dwelling. First the question: Are you the main tenant, subletter, or owner? Q979
103 Now we are going to talk about your own rent. Q823
104 Assuming that you are not going to move: How will your own rent develop in 2 years compared to today? Q824
105 What do you think: by what percentage will your rent in 2 years be higher than your rent today? Q825
106 What do you think: by what percentage will your rent in 2 years be lower than your rent today? Q826
107 How will your rent develop in 10 years compared to today? Q827
108 What do you think: by what percentage will your rent in 10 years be higher than your rent today? Q828
109 What do you think: by what percentage will your rent in 10 years be lower than your rent today? Q829
110 How will your rent develop in 30 years compared to today? Q830
138 How many close friends would you say that you have? Q72
111 What do you think: by what percentage will your rent in 30 years be higher than your rent today? Q831
112 What do you think: by what percentage will your rent in 30 years be lower than your rent today? Q832
113 Innovation module on real estate: Development of purchase price UE21
114 In the following we ask you about your expectations on the development of purchase prices for residential properties in your local area. Q833
115 We are now going to show you how prices of residential property have developed in 14 different countries, including Germany, France and the USA, from 1940 to 2010. Q835
116 As you can see, on average, the value of residential properties has quadrupled since WWII (end of 1945). Q836
117 How will the purchase prices of residential properties develop in the next 2 years compared to today? Q837
118 What do you think: by what percentage will the purchase price in 2 years be higher than the purchase price today? Q838
139 Personality UE25
140 Innovation module on self-regulation - Part 1 UE26
119 What do you think: by what percentage will the purchase price in 2 years be lower than the purchase price today? Q839
120 How will the purchase price of residential real estate develop in 10 years compared to today? Q840
121 What do you think: by what percentage will the purchase price in 10 years be higher than the purchase price today? Q841
122 What do you think: by what percentage will the purchase price in 10 years be lower than the purchase price today? Q842
123 And how is the purchase price of residential real estate going to develop in 30 years compared to today? Q843
124 What do you think: by what percentage will the purchase price in 30 years be higher than the purchase price today? Q844
125 What do you think: by what percentage will the purchase price in 30 years be lower than the purchase price today? Q845
127 How likely will you buy a residential property for personal need or for leasing? If you already own a residential property, please enter the probability of buying one more. Q846
128 First of all, it is about your satisfaction with different areas in your life. How satisfied are you right now with the following areas of your life? How satisfied are you ... Q66_2
129 Innovation module on emotion recognition UE23
130 In the following study you will see 12 pictures showing one or 3 individuals. Your task is to identify the emotions of the individual in the middle. The emotions are not acted, they were captured during narrations. Therefore, it will not always be easy to correctly identify the emotions. The pictures will only be shown for a short time. As soon as the picture is removed, you are to rate the emotion of the individual in the middle of the group or the single individual on several scales of emotion. If you click "Continue", a short example video will be shown. You can continue in the following questionnaire by clicking the upper right arrow. Q67
131 Q2017102 Q2017102
132 [We start the test now.] Q2017091
133 What emotion was shown by the individual? For every emotion, please rate how strongly you perceived it. If you saw a group, please rate the emotion of the individual in the middle. Q69
134 Q1199784 Q1199784
135 Thinking back on the past four weeks, please state how often you have experienced each of the following feelings very rarely, rarely, occasionally, often, or very often. How often have you felt... Q71
136 Innovation module on perseverance/persistence UE24
142 I am someone who ... Q73B
143 I will now read out some statements. Please indicate how much you agree personally. Q74A
144 Please tell me how much the respective statement applies to you in your opinion. Q74B
145 In which of the following activities do you take part during your free time? Please state how often you do each activity: at least once a week, at least once a month, less often or never? Q75
146 Innovation module on sport UE27
147 In the following we are interested in if, how often and how intensive you are physically active. In this sense we ask you on the one hand about physical activity in general and on the other hand we ask in particular about sports activity. What we mean by with physical activity is all activity, where your heart beats faster and your breathing is more rapid for some time. These aspects include not just sport, but also some household tasks in house or garden, the way to your working place or shopping by feet or bicycle, or physical activity regarding your job. Q76
148 Let start with physical activity in general: Regarding the last seven days, how many days have you been active for at least one hour per day? Q77
149 For many people physical activity depends on the season. Does that apply to you? How many days a week have you been active for at least one hour per day in the following seasons? Q78
150 Sport in the narrow sense UE28
151 Now it's about sport. Regarding the whole year, which kind of sport do you practice most frequently? Q79
152 How often every week do you usually practice this sport in the following seasons? [Type of sport 1] Q80
153 How many minutes do you usually practice this sport every time? [Type of sport 1] Q81
154 Do you participate in competitions regarding this sport, e.g. league matches, public runs or cycle races? [Type of sport 1] Q82
155 Where and with whom do you generally practice this sport? [Type of sport 1] Q83
156 Else… Q17080
157 Since when do you do this sport regularly? [Type of sport 1] Q84
158 Do you practice another sport beside the one you already mentioned? Q85
159 Regarding the whole year, which kind of sport do you practice the second most frequent? Q86
224 Now we want to give you some calculation tasks. It is not bad if you can not solve the tasks. If you are unsure, please just guess. Q119
160 How often every week do you usually practice this sport in the following seasons? [Type of sport 2] Q87
161 How many minutes do you usually practice this sport every time? [Type of sport 2] Q88
162 Do you participate in competitions regarding this sport, e.g. league matches, public runs or cycle races? [Type of sport 2] Q89
163 Where and with whom do you generally practice this sport? [Type of sport 2] Q90
164 Other, namely: Q17088
165 Since when do you do this sport regularly? [Type of sport 2] Q91
186 With whom do you talk about personal thoughts and feelings, or about things you wouldn't tell just anyone? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q614
166 People do sport for very different reasons. What about you, how much do the following statements apply to you? I do sport... Q92
167 If you think about your childhood and youth, what type of sport did you do most frequently outside of school? Q93
168 If you think about your childhood and youth, what type of sport Q93A
169 At what age did you begin this sport? [The kind of sport that you practiced most often outside of school.] Q94
170 How many years did you practice this sport? [The kind of sport that you practiced most often outside of school.] Q95
171 How often did you do this sport usually? [The kind of sport that you practiced most often outside of school.] Q96
172 Where and with whom did you usually practice this sport? [The kind of sport that you practiced most often outside of school.] Q97
173 Innovation module on self-regulation - Part 2 UE29
174 Other, namely: Q17098
175 In the following I will read two statements aloud. Please tell me how much the statements apply to you. Q98
176 Now I will read a few statements to you. Please state whether you feel often, sometimes, rarely or never the described way. Q99
177 PT Support from other people UE30
178 On this list there are individuals that could be of meaning to you. How is it for you regarding the following things? With whom do you share personal thoughts and feelings or talk about things you would not tell just anyone? Q100
187 With whom do you talk about personal thoughts and feelings, or about things you wouldn't tell just anyone? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q615
179 Who supports your advancement in your career or educational training and fosters your progress? Q101_1
180 Now a hypothetical question: If you were to need long-term care (for example, in the case of a bad accident), who would you ask for help? Q102
181 With whom do you occasionally have arguments or conflicts that weigh upon you? Q103
182 Who can you tell the truth even when it is unpleasant? Q104
183 PT7 Pretest Per UE31
184 PT7_1 Loop on thoughts and feelings UE32
185 Mother Q4592168
188 With whom do you talk about personal thoughts and feelings, or about things you wouldn't tell just anyone? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q616
189 PT7_2 Loop on support in professional advancement UE33
190 Mother Q4592169
191 Who supports your advancement in your career or educational training and fosters your progress? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q617
192 Who supports your advancement in your career or educational training and fosters your progress? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q618
193 Who supports your advancement in your career or educational training and fosters your progress? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q619
194 PT7_2 Loop on requesting help UE34
196 Now a hypothetical question: If you were to need long-term care (for example, in the case of a bad accident), who would you ask for help? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q620
197 Now a hypothetical question: If you were to need long-term care (for example, in the case of a bad accident), who would you ask for help? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q621
198 Now a hypothetical question: If you were to need long-term care (for example, in the case of a bad accident), who would you ask for help? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q622
199 PT7_4 Loop on dispute and conflicts UE35
200 Mother Q4592171
201 With whom do you occasionally have arguments or conflicts that weigh upon you? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q623
202 With whom do you occasionally have arguments or conflicts that weigh upon you? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q624
203 With whom do you occasionally have arguments or conflicts that weigh upon you? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q625
204 PT7_5 Loop on unpleasant truths UE36
205 Mother Q5592171
206 Who can you tell the truth even when it is unpleasant? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q626
207 Who can you tell the truth even when it is unpleasant? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q627
230 Q456822 Q456822
208 Who can you tell the truth even when it is unpleasant? [First/Second/Third/Fourth/Fifth person:] Q628
209 How do you rate yourself personally? In general, are you someone who is ready to take risks or do you try to avoid risks (risk-averse)? Q106
210 Innovation module 'vase to your luck' UE37
211 In the following you will see different lotteries. There are no correct answers to the following questions or estimates, so please indicate the first estimate or judgment that comes to mind. In each gamble, you will have 2 EUR at your disposal and you have to decide if you want to keep the 2 EUR or use them to purchase an opportunity to play a gamble. 1 in 10 participants will be randomly picked to play out one of their decisions (2 EUR if gamble not played, or the outcome in that gamble). Q107
212 Vase to your luck UE38
213 Please imagine the following: An urn contains 1000 marbles. The marbles are either black or red. You don't know how many black or red marbles are in the urn. The gamble offers a chance to draw a random marble from the urn with your eyes blindfolded for 2 EUR, and if the marble is red you will win 5 EUR. Otherwise, if the marble is black, you will receive nothing. Q109
214 Do you want to use 2 EUR to play this gambling game? Q110_2
215 You don't know the number of red marbles. How many red marbles do you estimate to be in the vase? Q111
216 Please imagine the following: An urn contains 1000 marbles. The marbles are either black or red. You don't know how many black or red marbles are in the urn. The gamble offers a chance to draw a random marble from the urn with your eyes blindfolded for 2 EUR, and if the marble is red you will win 125 EUR. Otherwise, if the marble is black, you will receive nothing. Q112
217 Do you want to use 2 EUR to play this gambling game? Q113
231 We are now at the end of the module "Lucky Urns". Now we are going to determine whether you are one of the 10% whose decision will be played out. Q124
218 You don't know the number of red marbles. How many red marbles do you estimate to be in the vase? Q114
219 An urn contains 1000 marbles. There are exactly 500 red and 500 black marbles. The gamble offers a chance to draw a random marble from the urn with your eyes blindfolded for 2 EUR, and if the marble is red you will win 5 EUR. Otherwise, if the marble is black, you will receive nothing. Q115
220 Do you want to use 2 EUR to play this gambling game? Q116
221 500 marbles are black. The gamble offers a chance to draw a random marble from the urn with your eyes blindfolded for 2 EUR, and if the marble is red you will win 125 EUR. Otherwise, if the marble is black, you will receive nothing. Please imagine the following: An urn contains 1000 marbles. 500 marbles are red, Q117
222 Do you want to use 2 EUR to play this gambling game? Q118
223 Calculating UE39
225 Out of 1,000 people in a small town 500 are members of a choir. Out of these 500 members in the choir 100 are men. Out of the 500 inhabitants that are not in the choir 300 are men. What is the probability that a randomly drawn man is a member of the choir? Please indicate the probability in percent. Q120
226 Imagine we are throwing a <U+FB01>ve-sided die 50 times. On average, out of these 50 throws how many times would this <U+FB01>ve-sided die show an odd number (1, 3 or 5)? Q121
227 Imagine we are throwing a loaded die (6 sides). The probability that the die shows a 6 is twice as high as the probability of each of the other numbers. On average, out of these 70 throws, about how many times would the die show the number 6? Q122
228 In a forest 20% of mushrooms are red, 50% brown and 30% white. A red mushroom is poisonous with a probability of 20%. A mushroom that is not red is poisonous with a probability of 5%. What is the probability that a poisonous mushroom in the forest is red? Q123
229 Payout UE40
232 You are not one of the 10%. I hope you still liked it! We are now going to continue with the questionnaire as usual. Q125
235 VASE 1 'Yes' choosen Q112233
236 VASE 1 'No answer' choosen Q331133
237 For this urn, you decided against the gambling game. At the end of the interview you will receive 2 EUR which you did not gamble. Q128
238 For this urn, you decided to gamble. Now we will determine whether you have won or lost. Q129
239 Q779128 Q779128
240 Congratulations! The result of the random algorithm is that you have drawn a red marble and will receive the profit at the end of the interview. In urn [Vase number] you gained [Amount] EUR. Q130
241 The result of the random algorithm is that you have not won this game, unfortunately. Q131
242 Innovation module on income distribution Part 1 UE41
243 Questions before the treatment UE42
244 Q254322 Q254322
245 The financial success of a person can be related to circumstances they can influence, for example personal effort, or to circumstances that are not under control of the person, for example luck. Q132
246 What is, in your opinion, the most likely reason that a person in Germany has a high income? Is it because of personal effort or because of luck? Q133
247 What is, in your opinion, the most likely reason that a person has a high income in this world? Is it because of personal effort or because of luck? Q134
248 For our next module "income distribution", we would like to know the gross income (before any taxes) of your household in the year 2016. This includes your wage, earnings from self-employment, investment income, pension payments and other private payments such as alimony. If you do not know it exactly, please try to estimate it as precisely as possible. Are you sure that you did not have any income in 2016 or that your income was so low? Please consider any kind of income including wage, earnings from self-employment, investment income, pension payments and other private payments such as alimony. Q135
249 How many individuals (adults and children under 18 years), including you, lived in your household in the year 2016? Q136
250 You reported that your gross household income in the year 2016 was EUR [Amount] and that your household had [Number] members. This means that the gross income per capita in your household in 2016 was EUR [Amount]. We are now going to ask some questions about this gross income per capita. We are interested in your estimate how your income compares to that of other people. Please be truthful and as accurate as possible in your estimate. You can win money depending on the accuracy of your estimate. For both of the following questions, you will get 20 EUR at the end of the interview if your estimate is correct. If your estimate is not correct, you will not get any money. Q137
251 How many percent of the German population do you think had a total annual gross household income per capita lower than yours in 2016? Q139
252 How many percent of the world's population do you think had a total annual gross household income per capita lower than yours in 2016? Q140
253 Politics UE43
254 Q45911768 Q45911768
255 Generally speaking, how much are you interested in politics? Very interested, moderately interested, not much interested, or completely disinterested? Q141
256 Many people in Germany tend to one party in the long-term, even if they occasionally vote for another party. Do you tend to a particular party? Q142
257 To which party do you tend? Q143
258 And to what extent do you tend to this party? Q144
259 Left-Right-Classification of parties UE44
260 " [How would you rank [the CDU/the CSU/the SPD/the FDP/the Greens/the Left/the AfD/the NPD] on a scale between 0 and 10?] Q145
261 In politics people often talk about "left" and "right" to mark different political attitudes. If you think about your own political attitude: Where would you place yourself? Q147
285 Now, let us talk about the next 10 years: Do you expect that the DAX will experience a gain or a loss over the next 10 years compared to today's value? Q856
262 How will it be at the next general election (Bundestagswahl) on September 24, 2017? Which party will you vote for? Q148
263 And how was it at the last general election (Bundestagswahl) on September 24, 2017? Which party did you vote for? Q149
264 Entitled to vote in a foreign country UE45
265 Many people in Germany have the citizenship of another country or a dual citizenship and are eligible to vote outside of Germany. Does this apply to you as well? Q150
266 In what country are eligible to vote? Q151
271 And how was it at the last general election in Italy on February 24 and 25, 2013? Which party did you vote for? Q156
267 And how was it at the last general election in Turkey (Grand National Assembly of Turkey) on November 1, 2015? Which party did you vote for? Q152
268 And how was it at the last general election in Poland (Sejm) on October 25, 2015? Which party did you vote for? Q153
269 And how was it at the last general election in Russia (State Duma) on September 18, 2016? Which party did you vote for? Q154
270 And how was it at the last general election in Kazakhstan (Mazhilis) on March 20, 2016? Which party did you vote for? Q155
286 Expressed in numbers: What [Profit/Loss] do you expect for the next 10 years overall in percent? Q857
272 And how was it at the last general election in Romania on December 11, 2016? Which party did you vote for? Q157
273 And how was it at the last general election in Ukraine on October 26, 2014? Which party did you vote for? Q158
274 And how was it at the last general election in [Country]? Which party did you vote for? Q159
275 Innovation module financial market expectation UE46
276 We would like to talk to you about your expectations regarding the stock market. Q849
277 Please imagine investing 50,000 € from your own property. You can spread this amount on these two investments: 1. government bonds of the German state that yield an interest of 4% guaranteed. 2. The German stock index DAX that combines the economic development of 30 large companies from Germany. Please imagine further that the earnings of the investment will payed out exactly one year from now. The calculation is as follows: 1. To calculate the return of your investment in federal bonds is straight forward: An interest of 4% yields you 4€ for certain for each 100€ you have invested. 2. If you win or lose with your investment in the DAX depends on profit or loss that the DAX undergoes in the next year till [current day].[current month].[Survey year + 1]. If the DAX, for example, increases by 15% you will gain 15€ profit for each 100€ you have invested. Vice versa, if the DAX decreases by 15% you will loose 15€ for each 100€ you have invested. Profit and loss behave analogously for any other percentage gain or loss of the DAX. Please imagine we would determine the investments in one year from now and pay out both investments. Q850A
278 It might not be easy to come to a decision. That's why we provide additional information. We have randomly chosen two years from 1951-2016. In these two years, the DAX yielded, first, a [profit/loss] of [profit/loss] percent, and second, a [profit/loss] of [profit/loss] percent. Q850B
279 In summary: The Federal Government Bond yieds a return of 4% in any case, while investments in the DAX are linked to the actual development of the DAX over the next year on a 1:1 ratio. Please take your time to consider how you would split up the 50.000 EUR between the two investments. How much of the 50.000 EUR do you invest in the Federal Government Bond and how much in the DAX? Q850C
280 The following questions refer to the German Stock Index DAX, which summarizes the economic development of 30 major German companies. We would like to know how you assess the future performance of DAX, expressed in terms of gains or loss compared to today's value. Q851
281 Initially we focus on the next year (next 12 months). Do you expect the DAX to show rather profit or loss compared to the current value? Q852
282 Expressed in numbers: What [Profit/Loss] do you expect for the next year overall in percent? Q853
283 Now we refer to the next two years (24 months): Do you expect the DAX to show rather profit or loss compared to the current value? Q854
284 Expressed in numbers: What [Profit/Loss] do you expect for the next two years overall in percent? Q855
287 Finally we focus on the next 30 years: Do you expect the DAX to show rather profit or loss compared to the current value? Q858
288 Expressed in numbers: What [Profit/Loss] do you expect for the next 30 years overall in percent? Q859
289 Innovation module on finances/credits UE47
290 Keeping to the topic of finance, we would like to ask you questions regarding loans, leasing and the overdraft facility of your account. Please only answer questions concerning yourself. Q860
291 Q862 Q862
292 Loans are an important part of the financial system, approximately half of all German households have at least one type of loan. Q863
293 Do you have one or more vehicles that are privately leased? Q864
294 For how many vehicles do you have a private leasing contract? Q865
295 What is the monthly lease rate for all your vehicles in total? Q866_1
296 What is the quarterly lease rate for all your vehicles in total? Q975
297 What is the yearly lease rate for all your vehicles in total? Q976
298 Do you own a transaction account or another account that has an overdraft facility? Q867
299 Are you currently using such an overdraft facility? Q868
300 What is the total amount drawn on across all accounts? Q869
301 Do you own one or more credit cards? Q870
302 How many credit cards do you own? Q871
309 What is the monthly amount you pay for this loan, i.e., interest and repayment? Q878
303 It is usually not required to immediately repay the balance of credit cards in full. Is there residual debt on your credit card or one of your credit cards that was not repaid with your last remittance? Q872
304 What is the total residual debt across all of your credit cards? Q873
305 Do you have a consumer credit or an installment loan that is not yet repaid? Q874
306 What was the initial amount of credit when you took out the loan? Q875
307 What is the effective interest rate for this loan? Q876
308 Can you tell me the nominal interest rate for this loan? Q877
310 What was the total credit amount to be paid when you took out the loan? Q977
311 Do you have other loans, for example loans that you took out from individuals, your employer, as BAFÖG or other types? Q879
312 How many other loans do you have? Q880
313 What is the effective interest rate for this loan? Q881
314 Can you tell me the nominal interest rate for this loan? Q882
315 What is the monthly amount you pay for this loan, i.e., interest and repayment? Q883
333 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077156
316 Were you able to pay all rates on time for your loans, mortgage loans and leasing contracts during the past 12 months? Q884
317 Thinking generally: How likely is it that you will properly pay off all loans due on time? Please give your answer in percent. 0 percent means that you think it is inconceivable, 100 percent means that you are fully confident. You can use the values in between to make your estimate. Q885
318 Innovation module on risk I5 UE48
319 Please click "Continue" and give the laptop back to the interviewer. Q866_2
320 Please imagine the following situation: You have the choice between a safe payment and a lottery. In detail: Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 160 Euro. Q888
321 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077150
322 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 80 Euro? Q898
323 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077151
324 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 40 Euro? Q900
325 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077152
326 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 60 Euro? Q901
327 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077153
328 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 70 Euro? Q902
329 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077154
330 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 50 Euro? Q903
331 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077155
332 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 20 Euro? Q904
334 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 30 Euro? Q905
335 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077157
336 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 10 Euro? Q906
337 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077158
338 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 120 Euro? Q907
339 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077159
340 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 100 Euro? Q908
341 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077160
342 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 90 Euro? Q909
344 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 110 Euro? Q910
345 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077162
346 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 140 Euro? Q911
347 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077163
348 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 150 Euro? Q912
349 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077164
350 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 130 Euro? Q913
351 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077165
352 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 240 Euro? Q914
354 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 200 Euro? Q915
355 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077167
356 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 180 Euro? Q916
357 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077168
358 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 190 Euro? Q917
359 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077169
360 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 170 Euro? Q918
361 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077170
362 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 220 Euro? Q919
364 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 230 Euro? Q920
365 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077172
366 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 210 Euro? Q921
367 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077173
368 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 280 Euro? Q922
369 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077174
370 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 260 Euro? Q923
371 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077175
372 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 270 Euro? Q924
374 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 250 Euro? Q925
375 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077177
376 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 300 Euro? Q926
377 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077178
378 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 290 Euro? Q927
379 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077179
380 Do you prefer a 50% opportunity to win 300 Euro while you do not win anything by 50% or a safe payment of 310 Euro? Q928
381 Are you sure you do not want to answer this question? Q2077180
382 Thank you for your answers. We will now continue with another topic. Q2088180
383 Innovation module on financial decisions - Part 1 UE49
386 When you think about the future, are you – Q160
387 Compared to other people your age and your gender: How likely is it that you... Q161
388 The following statements describe different attitudes towards life and the future. To which degree do you personally agree with the individual statements? Q162
389 Treatment UE51
390 Now I would like to talk to you about wealth. Q191044
391 German households can be divided into 5 categories of wealth. By "wealth", the net wealth is meant. Net wealth is the total wealth of a household, including, for example, cash, savings accounts, shares or property, minus the value of all outstanding liabilities, e.g., loans, mortgage loans or credit card debt. Please report to which category of wealth your household belongs. The net wealth is meant. Q164
392 German households can be divided into 5 categories of wealth. By "wealth", the net wealth is meant. Net wealth is the total wealth of a household, including, for example, cash, savings accounts, shares or property, minus the value of all outstanding liabilities, e.g., loans, mortgage loans or credit card debt. Please report to which category of wealth your household belongs. The net wealth is meant. Q165
393 Experiment on risk UE52
394 Now we come to a special task with which we want to study how people make financial decisions. 6 lotteries in total will be presented to you. You are supposed to choose one of the 6 lotteries. At the end of the module every 10th participant will be randomly selected and the profit of their chosen lottery will be paid out. The actual payment will be made at the end of the interview. Q166
395 I will now show you 6 different lotteries on the screen. Each lottery consists of two sums of money that have the same probability of being drawn. The lotteries differ regarding the sums of money you can win with the same probability. At the end of the module, we will determine whether your decision will actually be paid out. Which lottery do you choose? Q167
396 Interviewee: Please give the laptop back to the interviewer. Q168
397 Rating based on school grades! Intelligibility Q169
398 Willingness to participate Q5401
399 Q170 Q170
400 Innovation module on justice UE53
401 People react very differently in dealing with others. I will read a series of statements in which different situations are described. Please specify how much each statement applies to you. If you have not experienced a situation, please reply the way you would react according to your expectance. Q171
402 To begin with it is about situations which result in others advantage and your disadvantage, because you were penalized, exploited or treated unfair. To what extent do you agree with the following statements? Q172
403 Now it's about situations in which you observe or experience that someone else is disadvantaged, exploited or treated unfair, without yourself taking part. Please state to what extent each statement applies for you. Q173
404 And how about situations which result in your advantage and others disadvantage, without you personally penalizing, exploiting or treating someone else unfair? How appropriate are the following statements? Q174
415 Please state the first name of your partner. Q183
416 CV: Nationality UE56
405 Finally it is about situations in which you are penalizing, exploiting or treating someone else unfair. Please indicate to what extent you agree with the following statements. Q175
406 Innovation module on attitudes toward inequality UE54
407 Now, I would like to ask you some questions concerning your opinion on social inequalities. Q176
408 Thank you for your thoughts! We will now continue with the next questions. Q177
409 Citizenship and partnership UE55
410 Do you have German citizenship? Q178
411 What is your country of citizenship? Q179
412 What is your family status? Q180
413 Are you in a serious/permanent relationship? Q181
414 Does your partner live in the same household? Q182
417 Were you born in Germany? Q184
418 What country were you born in? Q185
419 When did you move to the Federal Republic of Germany? Q186
420 Do you have German citizenship? Q187
421 What is your country of citizenship? Q188
422 Have you had German citizenship since your birth, or did you acquire German citizenship later? Q189
423 CV: Module about partnership NEW UE57
424 The following questions deal with partnership and marriage or registered same-sex partnerships (eingetragene gleichgeschlechtliche Partnerschaft). All of these questions deal with your relationship, whether you are married or not. Some questions deal with your current relationship and others deal with past relationships. We will start with your current relationship A and then ask you to look back on relationships you had before B, C and D. In the case of past relationships, we are talking about relationships that lasted six months or longer. Q190
425 Are you currently in a relationship? Q191
426 Relationship A UE58
427 [A] 1. The relationship started in the year ... Q192
428 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] Do / did you live together? Q193
429 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] When did you move together with your partner? Q194
430 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] Do you still live together? Q195
431 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] Q196
432 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] Are / were you married in this relationship? Q197
433 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] In what year did you marry? Q198
434 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] Are you still married to that person? Q199
435 Relationship [A] [Started in [year]] When did that marriage end? Q200
437 [Relation B/C/D:] [Now we would like to ask you about the relationship that you had before the one we just asked you about.] [Did you have a permanent relationship before this one?/Did you have ever have a permanent relationship?] Q202
438 Relationship B/C/D UE59
439 [Relation B/C/D:] [When did your last relationship start?] [When did your last relationship start?] The relationship started in the year ... Q203
440 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] The relationship ended in the year ... Q204
441 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] How did this relationship end? Q205
442 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] Do / did you live together? Q206
443 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] When did you move together with your partner? Q207
444 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] Do you still live together? Q208
678 Do you receive at least the minimum wage or more? Q636
445 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] Q209
446 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] Are / were you married in this relationship? Q210
447 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] In what year did you marry? Q211
448 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] Are you still married to that person? Q212
449 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] When did that marriage end? Q213
450 [Relation B/C/D:] [Started in [year]] How did this marriage end? Q214
451 CV: Siblings UE60
452 Did you or do you have any siblings? If yes, how many brothers and how many sisters? Q215
453 Yes, my identical twin Q411019993
454 [Is one of these your twin sister/brother?/ Is this your twin sister/brother?/Is one of these your twin sister or twin brother?] Q216
455 CV: Other UE61
456 How many of your first 15 years of life did you live with the following persons? Q217
457 Where did you live before German reunification, i.e. before 1989? Q218
458 Do you have another home in which you yourself reside or spend your vacation? Q219
459 Which house/flat is your primary domicile? Q220
460 Mother-Child questions (continuation sample) UE62
461 Children in household UE63
511 [Now we would like to ask you about the relationship that you had before the one we just asked you about.] Q262
462 According to "My Infratest", these are the children in your household that were born in [? nMindestjahrgang + 1] or later. Please state whether these children still live in your household. Q221
463 Do more children live in your household which were born in 2001 or later? Q222
464 Please tell me the first name, date of birth and sex of these children. Please report these separately for each child, starting with the oldest child which was born in [? nMindestjahrgang + 1] or later, continuing according to age and ending with the youngest child. Already measured: [[Name of child] born in [year]] Child Nr. [Kid number] Q223
465 Another child existing? Already measured: [[Name of child] born in [year]] Q224
466 First name: ... Q110064000
467 Fade-in month H064 Q110064449
468 In which month in [Year of birth child] was [Name of child] born? Q225
469 Are you the main caregiver of [Name of child], asking if you are the person who is most suitable to provide details on the child? [/Attention: according to our information, we have already collected the answers about this child. Would you still like to respond to the questions on this child?] Q226
470 MuKi A (0-23 months) UE64
471 Let's talk about [Name of child]. In which week of pregnancy was [Name of child] born? Q227
472 How tall was [Name of child] at the time of birth? Q228
473 How was the head circumference of [Name of child] at the time of birth? Q229
474 What was [Name of child]'s weight at time of birth? Q230
475 After a child is born, the parents get a child health record book for early childhood screenings like U2, U3, etc. What was [Name of child]'s last early childhood screening? Q231
476 Did [Name of child] show signs of any developmental delays, disorders, or disabilities in one of the early childhood screenings or any other check-up? Q232
477 Which of the following developmental delays, complications or disabilities were diagnosed for [Name of child]? Q233
478 Does [Name of child] attend a care giving facility, notably a crèche, kindergarten or a day-care center? Q234
479 And how long does [Name of child] attend this care giving facility normally? Q235
480 Are there also other people (none household members) who are regularly involved in taking care of [Name of child]? Q236
481 MuKi B (24-47 Monate) UE65
482 Let's talk about [Name of child]. Does [Name of child] attend a care giving facility, notably a crèche, kindergarten or a day-care center? Q237
484 Are there also other people (none household members) who are regularly involved in taking care of [Name of child]? Q239
485 What is the current weight of [Name of child]? Q240
486 What is the current height of [Name of child]? Q241
487 Is [Name of child] in any way impaired or prevented from doing things that most children of his or her age can do? Q242
488 Has [Name of child] been diagnosed by a doctor as having one of the following health conditions or impairments? Q243
489 Below I will read out some statements. Please tell me to which extent these statements apply to [Name of child]. Please consider for your answer the behavior of the child within the last six months. My child ... Q244A
497 And how long does [Name of child] attend this care giving facility normally? Q249
490 Please consider the behaviour of the child within the last six months for your answer. My child... Q244B
491 How would you rank [Name of child] in comparison to other children of the same age? Q245
492 MuKi C (>= 48 Monate) UE66
493 Q551132099 Q551132099
494 Let's come to [Name of child]. What school is [Name of child] currently attending? Q246
495 Does [Name of child] usually spend all day at this school? Q247
496 Does [Name of child] attend a care giving facility, notably a crèche, kindergarten or a day-care center? Q248
498 Do also other people (not members of the household) regularly take care of [Name of child]? Q250
499 Below, I will read out some statements. Please tell me to which extent these statements apply to [Name of child]. Please consider for your answer the behavior of the child within the last six months. My child ... Q251A
500 Please consider the behaviour of the child within the last six months for your answer. My child... Q250B
501 What is the current weight of [Name of child]? Q252
502 What is the current height of [Name of child]? Q253
503 Is [Name of child] in any way impaired or prevented from doing things that most children of his or her age can do? Q254
524 Questions after the treatment - Part 1 UE71
504 Has [Name of child] been diagnosed by a doctor as having one of the following health conditions or impairments? Q255
505 How would you rank [Name of child] in comparison to other children of the same age? Q256
506 Q551131099 Q551131099
507 To what extent do the following secondary school-leaving certificates correspond to the ideal education you would like for [Name of child]? Q257
508 How likely do you think, will [Name of child] leave the school with one of the following certificates? You can use the values between 1 and 7 to grade your opinion. Q258
509 CV: Child(ren) UE67
510 [Do or did you have children?/Do or did you have further children that do not live with you in the household anymore?] If yes, how many? Q259
525 Now we are going to talk about redistribution. Redistribution of income means that the state reduces the differences in income between citizens via taxes and transfer payments. Q272
512 [the child/the eldest child/the second eldest child/the third eldest child/the fourtheldest child/the fifth eldest child/the sixth eldest child/the seventh eldest child/the eighth eldest child/the ninth eldest child/the tenth eldest child] is ... Q263
513 In which year and month is [the child/the eldest child/the second eldest child/the third eldest child/the fourtheldest child/the fifth eldest child/the sixth eldest child/the seventh eldest child/the eighth eldest child/the ninth eldest child/the tenth eldest child] born? Q264
514 Where does [the child/the eldest child/the second eldest child/the third eldest child/the fourtheldest child/the fifth eldest child/the sixth eldest child/the seventh eldest child/the eighth eldest child/the ninth eldest child/the tenth eldest child] live today? Q266
515 Individual questionnaire - Part 2 UE68
516 From which of the following income sources do you personally receive money currently? Q267
517 Q210070111 Q210070111
518 For all the applicable sources of income, please indicate how large an amount is each month: . If you are unable to state the exact amount, please estimate. Q268
519 Innovation module on income distribution Part 2 UE69
520 Treatment UE70
521 Now, we would like to talk about the distribution of gross household income per capita in Germany and worldwide. This data is based on representative and independently collected data of scientifically recognized institutions, such as the panel study "Leben in Deutschland" (life in Germany), the World Bank and the Luxembourg Income Study Center. Q269
522 [Amount]% of the German population are poorer than you, meaning that they have a total gross household income per capita which is lower than yours. Q270
523 [Amount]% of the world's population are poorer than you, meaning that they have a total gross household income per capita which is lower than yours. Q271
526 How much redistribution of income between the citizens of Germany do you support? No redistribution means that the state does not interfere in the distribution of income. Complete redistribuion means that everyone earns the same income after redistribution is conducted. Q273
527 Now imagine that it was possible to redistribute income worldwide like a state can redistribute income in its country. How much redistribution of income between people worldwide do you support? No redistribution means that there is no influence on the worldwide distribution of income. Complete redistribution of income means that everyone will earn the same income worldwide after redistribution is conducted. Q274
528 Would you support the initiation of an international body (similar to the United Nations) that can govern the redistribution of income or resources between countries? Q275
529 Experiment UE72
530 Now, we would like to give you two tasks with which you could earn money again. In the two tasks, you have to decide whether to split a certain amount of money between another household and you or not. At the end, every 7th participant will be selected and their decision in one of the two tasks will be paid out. Whether your decision will be paid out is determined at the end of the module. The actual payment will occur at the end of the interview. Q276
555 Did you complete this education period with a graduation? Q293
531 You were paired with another household in Germany who is also a participant in the innovation sample "Leben in Deutschland" but is not taking part in this interview. This household belongs to the poorest 10 percent of households in Germany. Now, you have 50 EUR at your disposal and can split this amount between the other household and you in any way you want. If this task is selected for payout, you will receive the amount you decided to keep at the end of the interview. The amount you want to give the other household will be given in full to the other household (without transaction costs) at the end of the field period by Kantar Public. In full means that every given euro will be received by the other household 1:1. I ask you to make this decision alone now. Q277
532 How much of the 50 EUR do you want to keep and how much do you want to give the other household? Q278
533 Q279 Q279
534 You were paired with another household in Kenya or Uganda. This household belongs to the poorest 10 percent of households worldwide. Now, you have 50 EUR at your disposal and can split this amount between the other household and you in any way you want. If this task is selected for payout, you will receive the amount you decided to keep at the end of the interview. The amount you want to give the other household will be given in full to the other household (without transaction costs) at the end of the field period by Heidelberg University via a charitable organization. In full means that every given euro will be received by the other household 1:1. A leaflet with information about the donations will be given to you after you have made your decision. I ask you to make this decision alone now. Q280
535 How much of the 50 EUR do you want to keep and how much do you want to give the other household? Q281
536 Q282 Q282
537 Questions after the treatment - Part 2 UE73
538 We have now come to the topic of "globalization". Globalization means that local, regional and national economic areas are growing together worldwide. This is happening not only due to technological progress, but also reduction of trade barriers. How much globalization to you support? No globalization means that countries will be completely isolated and that there will be no trade between countries. Complete globalization means that there will be no trade barriers and no barriers regarding movement of people, goods and capital. Q283
539 In your opinion, should Germany allow more or less people from poorer countries to come to Germany and work and live here? Q284
540 Determining the payout UE74
541 We have now reached the end of this module. We will now determine whether you have earned money in this module. First of all, we will determine the correctness of your estimate regarding the gross household income per capita. Q285
542 [You receive 0/20/40 euros.] Q1915265981
543 Now we will determine whether you belong to one of the randomly selected participants whose distribution of the 50 EUR will actually be paid out. Q286
544 The random algorithm determined that your decision will be paid out. Now we will determine which of the two tasks will be paid out. Q1915265971
545 You do not belong to the participants whose decisions will be paid out. Q1915265972
546 Q191526777 Q191526777
556 Did you do this graduation in Germany or another country? Q294
547 You answered that you want to keep [Amount] EUR and give [Amount] to a poorer household in the "Leben in Deutschland" innovation sample. Therefore, you will receive [Amount] EUR in total for this module. The payment will be made at the end of the interview. Q287
548 Q1926597 Q1926597
549 Q1268745 Q1268745
550 Have you been engaged in paid work during the last 7 days, even if this work was only for an hour or just a few hours? Please answer yes also if you normally would have worked in the last seven days, but because of holidays, sickness, bad weather, or other reasons did not do so. Q289
551 Are you currently[ on maternity leave or/] on statutory parental leave (Elternzeit)? Q290
552 Educational achievement in the last year UE75
553 Did you finish school, vocational training, or university / higher education after December 31, 2015? Q291
554 When did you finish? Q292
557 What type of a degree/certificate/diploma did you obtain? Q295
558 What type of general-education school leaving certificate did you obtain? Q296
559 What type of university degree did you receive? Q298
560 Innovation module on financial decisions - Part 2 UE76
561 Questions after the treatment UE77
562 The financial success of a person can be related to circumstances that are not under control of the person, for example luck, or to circumstances they can influence, for example personal effort. What is, in your opinion, the most likely reason that a person in Germany has a high income? Is it because of luck or because of personal effort? Q299
563 In your opinion, what is the minimum annual gross household income you need to belong to the richest 10 percent of German households? Q300_1
564 Based on representative and independently collected data of the Bundesbank, we would like to inform you about the minimum annual gross household income that is needed to belong to the richest 10 percent of German households. Starting with an annual gross income of 85.000 EUR a household belongs to the richest 10 percent of German households. Q301
565 Now we are going to talk about redistribution. Redistribution of income means that the state reduces the differences in income between citizens via taxes and transfer payments. How much redistribution of income between the citizens of Germany do you support? No redistribution means that the state does not interfere in the distribution of income. Complete redistribuion means that everyone earns the same income after redistribution is conducted. Q302
566 Q196197 Q196197
567 In your opinion, do you pay too much or too little tax? Q303
568 In your opinion, do the rich pay too much or too little tax? The rich are roughly the 10% of households with the highest income. Q304
569 Determining the payout UE78
570 If you got 10.000 EUR, how much of that would you donate to charitable causes? Q305
571 We will pay out your lottery decision! Now we determine the amount you have won. You decided for lottery [1/2/3/4/5/6]. A random generator will now determine your prize. ELSE: Lost. You have not been chosen and you will not receive money. I hope you, nevertheless, enjoyed the module! Q752202
572 We will now determine whether you belong to the 10% of participants whose lottery earnings will be paid out. Q306
573 Your education UE79
574 Year attending school for the last time UE80
575 Result: [You have won. We will pay off your lottery! Now, we determine the amount we will pay to you. You decided on the lottery [1/2/3/4/5/6]. A random generator will now determine your prize./You have lost.] Q1792591
576 [The random algorithm yielded [low amount] euros for you./The random algorithm yielded [high amount] euros for you.] This amount will be paid out at the end of the interview. If the amount is above 30 EUR, please fill out: Q1792592
577 Q4100005 Q4100005
578 We will now ask you for more specific information regarding aspects of your curriculum vitae that concern your education and profession. Regarding school: in which year did you go to school for the last time? Not meant are schools for vocational education, such as Berufsschulen or Berufsakademien! Q307
579 Where did you last attend school? Was it... Q309
580 How many years did you attend school? Q310
581 What type of school-leaving certificate did you attain? Q311
582 Federal state of school UE81
583 In which German Bundesland (federal state) did you last attend school? Q312
584 School-leaving qualification UE82
585 What type of school-leaving certificate did you attain? Q313
586 CV: education UE83
587 Did you complete vocational training or a university degree? Q316
588 What type of vocational training or university degree did you receive? Q317
589 Please name your other vocational training or university degree. Q318
590 Are you currently in education or training? In other words, are you attending a school or institution of higher education (including doctorate / Ph.D.), completing an apprenticeship or vocational training, or participating in further education or training? Q319
591 What type of education or training are you pursuing? Q320
629 Have you been registered as unemployed at the unemployment office (Arbeitsamt) at any time in the past 10 years, that is, from the beginning of 2007 to today? Q344
592 What kind of general education / secondary school is it? Q321
593 Innovation module on calculating II UE84
594 Please estimate your numeracy skills: Out of 100 randomly selected people in Germany, how many would do better than you in a simple arithmetic task? Q930
595 Please estimate your knowledge regarding nature: Out of 100 randomly selected people in Germany, how many would answer more questions correctly on the topic of nature than you? Q931
596 Now, please answer a question within 20 seconds. Name as many animal species as possible. The time is running - now. Q933
597 Please estimate: Out of 100 randomly selected people in Germany, how many would do better in the previous question than you, meaning that they would name more animal species within 20 seconds than you did? Q934
598 Now answer another question within 20 seconds. Continue the multiplication tables of the base 17 as far as possible. Starting with 17, 34, etc. The time is running - now. Q935
599 Please estimate: Out of 100 randomly selected people in Germany, how many would do better in the previous question than you, meaning that they would name more elements of the multiplication tables of the base 17 within 20 seconds? Q936
600 Now, please answer a question within 20 seconds. Name as many insect species as possible. The time is running - now. Q937
601 Please estimate: Out of 100 randomly selected people in Germany, how many would do better in the previous question than you, meaning that they would name more insect species within 20 seconds? Q938
609 Now we would like to know to what extent you concerned yourself with the topic of foxes apart from the leaflet since the last interview. Did you seek out information on foxes intentionally? Q325
602 Now answer another question within 20 seconds. Continue the multiplication tables of the base 9 as far as possible. Starting with 9, 18, etc. The time is running - now. Q939
603 Please estimate: Out of 100 randomly selected people in Germany, how many would do better in the previous question than you, meaning that they would name more elements of the multiplication tables of the base 9 within 20 seconds? Q940
604 Thank you for answering these questions. We will now continue with another topic. Q978
605 Innovation module on foxes UE85
606 Let us now continue with another topic. We would like to ask you some questions about the leaflet on foxes that you received last year attached to the invitation to this interview. Did you look at the leaflet? Q322
607 Did you read the whole text of the leaflet? Q323
608 Please tell me to what extent the following statements apply to the leaflet in your opinion. Q324
610 Now, we would like to talk to you about nature and foxes, as we did last year. We would like to know to what extent you concerned yourself with the topic of foxes since the last interview. Did you seek out information on foxes intentionally? Q326
611 How long ago was that? Q327
612 Did you stumble upon information on the topic of foxes? Q328
613 How long ago was that? Q329
614 Like last year, we would like to talk to you about nature and foxes. Q330
615 Which of the following statements apply to you? Q331
616 Do you have pets or farm animals in your household? Q332
617 How often do you see foxes in wildlife? Q333
618 When did you see foxes in wildlife the last time? Q334
619 Where did respectively do you see foxes in wildlife? Q335
620 What are the most important sources of information for your knowledge of foxes? Q336
621 What do you believe: Are the following statements on foxes true or false? Q337
628 CV: Unemployment UE86
622 I will now read out some statements. Please indicate how much you agree personally. Q338
623 Please guess the risk of infection for yourself or your pet: Q339
624 What do you think: To whom do healthy foxes pose a threat? Q340
625 How did you feel during your last encounter with a fox? Q341
626 In your opinion: How should with populations of foxes be dealt with? Q342
627 Thank you for your answers regarding foxes. Let us now continue with another topic. Q343
630 How often have you been unemployed since 2005 to this day? Q345
631 Are you registered as unemployed at the Employment Office ("Arbeitsamt")? Q346
632 If you add up all your periods of unemployment up to the present day, how many months in total were you unemployed between 2005 and today? Q347
633 How many jobs or employers have you had in the past 10 years since the beginning of 2007? Q348
634 Did you resign from a professional activity or a job after December 31, 2015 which you had before this date? Q350
635 When did you stop working in that job? Q351
636 Q2463799 Q2463799
637 Are you currently employed? Which one of the following applies best to your status? Q352
638 Is this part-time employment provided for under the Federal Child-Raising Allowance Act (Bundeserziehungsgeldgesetz)? Q353
639 Is the job part of a job-creation measure (ABM) or is it a so-called 1-Euro Job (community work)? Q354
640 Is the job marginal part-time work in accordance with the 400/800-euro rule (Mini-Job / Midi-Job)? Q355
641 Do you provide voluntary contributions to pension insurance for your mini-job? Q356
642 What was the last year in which you were employed? Q357
643 In your last job, were you employed full-time, part-time, or in marginal or irregular employment? Q358
645 In which branch of business or industry was the company or institution active for the most part? Q360
646 What is the occupational status in which you were employed at last? Q361
647 What is the occupational status in which you were employed at last? Q362
648 What kind of self-employment was your last occupation about? Q363
649 Please specify the number of your employees and staff. Q364
650 Have you recently worked as ...? Q365
651 What is the occupational status in which you were employed at last as a white-collar worker? Q366
652 What is the occupational status in which you were employed at last as a civil servant? Q367
653 Do you intend to engage in paid employment in the future? Q368
654 Have you actively looked for work within the last four weeks? Q369
655 If someone offered you an appropriate position right now, could you start working within the next two weeks? Q370
656 Have you changed jobs or started a new one since December 31, 2015? Q371
657 How often have you changed jobs or started a new one since December 31, 2015? Q372
658 When did you start your current job? Q373
659 Which kind of occupational change did you experience? If you changed your job more than once, please refer to your last change. Q374
660 What is your current position/ occupation? Q375
661 Do you work for a public sector employer? Q376
662 In which branch of business or industry is your company or institution active for the most part? Q377
663 Individual questionnaire - Part 3 UE87
679 Is there a minimum wage in Germany? Q637
664 What is your current occupational status? Q378
665 In your position at work, do you supervise others? In other words, do people work under your direction? Q379
666 Innovation module on working time preferences - Part 1 UE88
667 Values in working-life UE89
668 Every individual has their own notions that determine their life and thinking in different aspects. We are interested in your notions of working life. If you think of a desirable job and worthwile work: how important are the following things and attitudes to you? Please look at the individual items and report how important they are on a scale from 0 to 10: 10 meaning that they are very important to you and 0 meaning that they are not important to you. You can use the values in between to make your estimate. Q380
669 If you think of your present gross income, would you say it is fair, unfairly too high, or unfairly too low in relation to your work? Q381
670 How high would your gross income have to be in order to be fair? Q382
671 If you think about your present net income, would you say that it is fair, unfairly too high or unfairly too low in relation to your work? Q384
672 How high should a fair net income be? Q385
673 Is your agreed gross hourly wage below 10 EUR or 10 EUR and above? Q386
674 How much is your agreed gross hourly wage? Q387
675 PT3 Publicity of minimum wage UE90
676 Is there are minimum wage in Germany? Q634
677 Do you know the current rate of the minimum wage? Q635
680 Do you know the current rate of the minimum wage? Q638
681 Do you receive at least the minimum wage or more? Q639
682 PT4 Knowledge on own hourly wage UE91
683 Is an hourly wage or monthly salary agreed upon in your work contract? Q606
684 Regardless of what is agreed upon in your work contract: What was your gross hourly wage in the last month? Q607
685 PT5 Form of timekeeping at work UE92
686 How is your working time monitored? Q608
687 Why is working time not monitored? Q609
695 Do you have a permanent or a fixed-term employment contract? Q394
688 What is your current occupational status as a blue-collar worker? Q388
689 What is your current occupational status as a white-collar worker? Q389
690 What is your current occupational status as a civil servant? Q390
691 What is your current occupational status as an apprentice / trainee or intern? Q391
692 [Since when do you work in your current job?/Since when does your current employer employ you?] Q392
693 Month Q210034001
694 Is this work temporary or on a contractual basis? (Zeitarbeit / Leiharbeit) Q393
696 How many people are employed in total by the company/organisation? This does not mean just those working at the local company/organisation office/site. Q395
697 What is your current occupational status as a self-employed? Q396
698 Please specify the number of your employees and staff. Q397
699 Innovation module on working time preferences - Part 2 UE93
700 Wishes on working time - first time UE94
701 Now think of your agreed weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: How many hours would you want to work per week? Q399
707 How many hours would you want to work per week in this scenario? Q405
702 Now think of your typical weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: How many hours would you want to work per week? Q400
703 Now think of your actual weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: How many hours would you want to work per week? Q401
704 Now think of your agreed weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: Would you rather reduce, increase or keep your current number of working hours? Q402
705 How many hours would you want to work per week in this scenario? Q403
706 Now think of your typical weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: Would you rather reduce, increase or keep your current number of working hours? Q404
708 Now think of your actual weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: Would you rather reduce, increase or keep your current number of working hours? Q406
709 How many hours would you want to work per week in this scenario? Q407
710 What are your contractual working hours without overtime? Q408
711 Innovation module on working time preferences - Part 3 UE95
712 How many hours do you usually work per week, including regular occurring overtime and on-call shifts? Q409
713 [How many hours do you work per week on average?/How many hours do you actually work per week on average including overtime?] Q410
714 Innovation module on working time preferences - Part 4 UE96
715 How many hours did you actually work last week? Q411
716 Innovation module on working time preferences - Part 5 UE97
717 Overtime hours UE98
718 Do you work overtime? Q412
719 Can you also save your overtime in a working hours account that allows you to take time off for the overtime within a year or more? Q413
720 Yes, namely: Q414
721 If you do work overtime, is the work paid, compensated with time off, or not compensated at all? Q415
722 And did you work overtime in the last month? If so, how many hours? Q416
754 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in 10 years? Q9550
723 And how many of these [Amount] overhours were paid overhours? Q417
724 Do you sometimes work in the evenings (after 6 pm) or at night (after 11 pm)? If so, how often? Yes, namely: _____________________________________________________ Q418
725 Do you sometimes work on weekends? If so, how often? Yes, namely: _____________________________________________________ Q419
726 Innovation module on working time preferences - Part 6 UE99
727 Wishes on working time - second time UE100
728 Now think of your agreed (contractual) weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: How many hours would you want to work per week? Q420
729 Now think of your typical weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: How many hours would you want to work per week? Q421
730 Now think of your actual weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: How many hours would you want to work per week? Q422
731 Now think of your agreed weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: Would you rather reduce, increase or keep your current number of working hours? Q423
732 How many hours would you want to work per week in this scenario? Q424
733 Now think of your typical weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: Would you rather reduce, increase or keep your current number of working hours? Q425
734 How many hours would you want to work per week in this scenario? Q426
735 Now think of your actual weekly working time: If you could choose your own working hours, taking into account that your income would change according to the number of hours: Would you rather reduce, increase or keep your current number of working hours? Q427
736 How many hours would you want to work per week in this scenario? Q428
737 What did you earn from your work last month? Please state both: gross income, which means income before deduction of taxes and social security, and net income, which means income after deduction of taxes, social security, and unemployment and health insurance. Q429
738 Innovation module on full-time/part-time employment UE101
739 I earned: Q210061001
740 Q9410 Q9410
755 Suppose you continue to work part-time in the coming years. Please think about part-time jobs that you can perform with your qualification. We would now like to ask you about your income expectations. For this, we will give you a reference value, the average development of gross salary of 25 randomly selected participants of the SOEP. All of these people are part-time employees. For this group, the gross salary has increased by [Share] percent over a 10-year time frame. Q1009560
741 The following questions pertain to your income as well. Please note: in the year [Year], participants in the study LEBEN IN DEUTSCHLAND were asked similar questions that either pertained to their wage income or their capital income. [Share]% of these participants answered the questions. Would you like to answer questions pertaining to income situation or would you rather skip them? Q9420
742 Suppose you continue to work full-time in the next years, regardless of whether you are actually planning to reduce your working hours. Please think about full-time jobs that you can perform with your qualification. If you are in fact planning to reduce your working hours in the future, please still suppose that you continue to work full-time in the next years. We would now like to ask you about your income expectations. For this, we will give you a reference value, the average development of gross salary of 25 randomly selected participants of the „LEBEN IN DEUTSCHLAND“ panel study. All of these people are full-time employees. For this group, the gross salary has increased by [Share] percent over a 10-year time frame. Q1009430
743 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in one year? Q9440
744 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in 2 years? Q9450
745 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in 10 years? Q9460
746 Please imagine you switch to a part-time job with 20 hours per week. Please think of part-time jobs which you can practice with your qualification. Q1009470
747 What monthly gross salary do you expect from a part-time job with 20 hours? Q9480
748 How likely do you think it is that a part-time job with 20 hours a week results in a gross salary of less than [[expected gross wage for a 20h per week part-time job] * 0.8] EUR per month? Please give your answer in percent. 0% means that you think it is inconceivable, 100% means that you are fully confident. You can use the values in between to make your estimate. Q9490
749 How likely do you think it is that a part-time job with 20 hours a week results in a gross salary of more than [[expected gross wage for a 20h per week part-time job] * 1.2] EUR per month? Q9500
750 Now we would like to know how likely it is for you to change from full-time to part-time work in the next 3 years. Please give your answer in percent. Q9510
751 Suppose you continue to work 20 hours a week part-time in the next years. Please think of part-time jobs that you can perform with your qualification. We would now like to ask you about your income expectations again, but this time concerning part-time work. For this, we will give you a reference value, the average development of gross salary of 25 randomly selected participants of the SOEP. All of these people are part-time employees. For this group, the gross salary has increased by [Share] percent over a 10-year time frame. Q1009520
752 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in one year? Q9530
795 Innovation module on language I UE117
756 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in one year? Q9570
757 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in 2 years? Q9580
758 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in 10 years? Q9590
759 Please, imagine for now that you would immediately switch to a full-time job with 40 hours a week. Please think of full-time jobs that you can perform with your qualification. Q1009600
760 What monthly gross salary do you expect from a full-time job with 40 hours? Q9610
761 How likely do you think it is that a full-time job with 40 hours a week results in a gross salary of less than [[expected gross wage for a 40h per week full-time job] * 0.8] EUR per month? Please give your answer in percent. 0% means that you think it is inconceivable, 100% means that you are fully confident. You can use the values in between to make your estimate. Q9620
762 How likely do you think it is that a full-time job with 40 hours a week results in a gross salary of more than [[expected gross wage for a 40h per week full-time job] * 1.2] EUR per month? Q9630
763 Suppose you continue to work 40 hours a week full-time in the next years. Please think of full-time jobs that you can perform with your qualification. We would now like to ask you about your income expectations again, but this time concerning full-time work. For this, we will give you a reference value, the average development of gross salary of 25 randomly selected participants of the SOEP. All of these people are full-time employees. For this group, the gross salary has increased by [Share] percent over a 10-year time frame. Q1009640
764 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in one year? Q9650
765 What monthly gross income do you expect to earn 2 years from now? Q9660
766 What do you think is your monthly gross salary in 10 years? Q9670
767 Now we would like to know how likely it is for you to change from part-time to full-time work in the next 3 years. Please give your answer in percent. Q9680
768 Thank you very much for your estimates concerning your working hours and the associated salary. We will now continue with another topic. Q1009690
769 Sometimes people have a side job alongside their main occupation or their activities as homemaker or student, or as work beyond retirement. Do you do any of the following? Q430
770 How many side jobs, including voluntary work, do you currently have in total? Q431
771 How much was your gross income respectively your allowance gained from all side jobs in the last month? Q432
772 Innovation module on working time preferences - Part 7 UE110
773 Burden/Stress UE111
774 The following questions pertain to your current profession. For each question, please report whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree. Q433
775 PT6 Financial investments UE112
776 Do you own financial assets, for example in the form of savings accounts, bonds (Sparbrief / Pfandbrief), shares, or investments? Q435
777 Do you own financial assets, for example in the form of cash, checking accounts, savings accounts, bonds (Sparbrief / Pfandbrief), shares, or investments? Q611
778 What do you estimate to be the value of your financial assets in total? ... EUR Q437
779 Innovation module on basic income UE113
796 Now I would like to talk to you about the topic of language. Q450
797 Competence on dialect UE118
780 What would you do if you received an unconditional basic income of 1.000 EUR per month from the state? Unconditional means that there are no conditions attached to receiving this income. Q438
781 Change working-time UE114
782 How would you handle your working time after the introduction of an unconditional basic income? Q439
783 By how many hours per week would you reduce your working time? Q440
784 By how many hours per week would you increase your working time? Q441
785 In Finland, there is a field experiment going on for two years at the moment with the aim of finding out whether a basic income can simplify the social security system of a country and increase employment rates. For this experiment, 2000 randomly selected Finnish unemployed will receive 560 EUR per month instead of the usual unemployment benefits, with no conditions attached. To what extent would you agree to a field experiment of a similar duration with accompanying scientific research on the effects in Germany? Q442
786 Innovation module on risk appetite UE115
787 What is important to you personally in life? Q444
798 Do you speak a German dialect? Q451
788 What do you think about yourself: How prepared to take risks are you in general? Q445
789 What did you think of when you made your estimate (i.e., the value) regarding your preparedness to take risks? Q446
790 What concrete experiences or behaviors did you think of, regardless of whether they were yours or those of others? Q447
791 In which situations were you prepared to take a risk in the past 12 months? Please name up to three situations with the highest risks you took in that time. Q448
792 What is important to you personally in life? Q449
793 PT2 Use of the internet UE116
794 How often did you use the internet in the past three months? Q602
799 Which German dialect is it? Q452
800 How good are you at speaking this dialect? Q453
801 Does or did your mother speak a German dialect? Q454
802 Which German dialect is it? Q455
803 Does or did your father speak a German dialect? Q456
804 Which German dialect is it? Q457
811 Sympathy Split B UE120
805 Coming back to yourself: When you speak Standard High German, what do you think, how clearly does your pronounciation indicate from which region you come from? Q458
806 What do you usually speak in everyday life? Q459
807 Sympathy Split A UE119
808 The following questions concern your opinion on different languages. Are there any languages you find likeable? If so, what are those languages? Q461
809 And are there any languages you find unlikeable? If so, what are those languages? Q462
810 Now, we would like to hear your opinion on different German dialects. How likeable in general do you find the following dialects? Q463
812 There are many different German dialects. Are there any dialects you find likeable? If so, what are those dialects? Q464
813 And are there any dialects you find unlikeable? If so, what are those dialects? Q465
814 Now, we would like to hear your opinion on different languages. How likeable in general do you find the following languages? Q466
815 Socio-demographic questions to complement the spatial biography UE121
816 What city or town were you born in? If there is more than one town with the same name or if it is a small town, please also state the name of the nearest city. Q467
817 In which states of Germany have you lived for at least six months? Q468
818 Which language or languages would you describe as your "mother tongue"? Q469
819 Which language(s) do you speak/use the most with your family at home? Q470
820 How strongly do you feel connected to Germany? Q471
821 How strongly do you feel connected to your country of birth or the country of your mother tongue? Q472
822 In what additional languages do you have language skills? Q473
823 Innovation module language - Part 2 UE122
824 Where did you live when you were 20 years old? If there is more than one town with the same name or if it is a small town, please also state the name of the nearest city. Q971
825 The following questions concern the topic of language. Can you speak a German dialect or Platt? Q972
826 How often do you speak a dialect or Platt? Q973
827 Innovation module on language: additional questions UE123
828 We are now almost at the end of the module "language". This year, we also have a short additional survey concerning the topic of language. However, this additional survey is done online. Therefore, I have to ask first: Do you have an internet connection - regardless of the device used (smartphone, laptop, tablet or a desktop computer)? Q474
829 As I just mentioned, we are doing a short additional survey consisting of a 15-minute online survey that will be done after this interview. Your answers will be used by the Institute of German Language and they will only be analyzed in anonymous and aggregated form. As a token of gratitude, you will receive 5 EUR at the end of the online survey which you may keep or donate. We would like to give you a leaflet containing more information. Q475
830 Are you interested in the additional survey? By doing so, you would make an important contribution to linguistic research. Q476
874 Have you been officially assessed as being partially or fully incapable of working (erwerbsgemindert) or severely disabled (schwerbehindert)? Q511
831 Consent form is signed Q477
832 Is the email address you used your own email address or is it also used by other people? Q479_2
833 Thank you for your answers! We will now move on from the topic of language to another topic. Q480
834 Individual questionnaire - Part 4 UE124
835 CV: Parents module UE125
836 Do your mother and father live in this household? Q481
837 Father UE126
838 Was your father born in Germany? Q482
839 Where was your father born? Q483
840 Does or did your father have German citizenship? Q484
846 What was your father's occupational status as a civil servant? Q490
841 What type of school leaving certificate did your father attain? Q485
842 Did your father complete vocational training or a university degree? Q486
843 What was your father's occupation when you were 15 years old? Q487
844 What was your father's occupational status as a blue-collar worker? Q488
845 What was your father's occupational status as a white-collar worker? Q489
847 What was your father's occupational status as a self-employed person? Q491
848 What was your father's occupation when you were 15 years old? Q492
849 Mother UE127
850 Now about your mother. Was she born in Germany? Q493
851 Where was your mother born? Q494
852 Does or did your mother have German citizenship? Q495
853 What type of school leaving certificate did your mother attain? Q496
896 Innovation module on past and future self UE135
854 Did your mother complete vocational training or a university degree? Q497
855 What was your mother's occupation when you were 15 years old? Q498
856 What was your mother's occupational status as a blue-collar worker? Q499
857 What was your mother's occupational status as a white-collar worker? Q500
858 What was your mother's occupational status as a civil servant? Q501
859 What was your mother's occupational status as a self-employed person? Q502
860 What was your mothers occupation when you were 15 years old? Q503
861 CV: Religion UE128
862 Do you belong to a church or religious group? Q504
863 What church or religious group do you belong to? Are you... Q505
864 Please state what religious community you belong to. Q506
865 Innovation module on self-description UE129
866 Now, we would like to know how well the following statements describe you as a person. Please answer on the following scale: 0 equals "does not describe me at all", 10 equals "describes me perfectly". You can use the values in between to make your estimate. Q974
867 Health UE130
868 How would you describe your current health? Is it very good, good, satisfactory, poor or bad? Q507
869 Now please think about the past four weeks. During this time did you always, often, sometimes, almost never or never... Q508A
870 Now please think about the past four weeks. During this time did you always, often, sometimes, almost never or never... Q508B
871 If you have to climb stairs, i.e. walk up several floors: Does your state of health restrict you a lot, a little or not at all? Q509
872 How many hours do you sleep on average on a normal weeknight? Q510A
873 And what about a normal night on the weekend? Q510B
875 What is the extent of your reduced capacity to work (Erwerbsminderung) or disability (Schwerbehinderung) according to the last diagnosis (as a percentage)? Q512
876 Have you gone to a doctor in the past three months? If so, please state how many times. Q513
877 What about hospital stays in the last year — were you admitted to a hospital for at least one night in 2016? Q514
878 How many days were you unable to work in 2016 due to illness? Q515
879 Has a doctor diagnosed one or several of the following illnesses in the past two years? Q516
880 Innovation module on self-regulation - Part 3 UE131
881 How tall are you (in cm)? Q517
882 What is your current body weight in kg? Q518
883 What weight (in kg) do you view as ideal for yourself at the time of the next interview in approximately one year? Q519
884 What weight (in kg) do you expect to have at the time of the next interview in approximately one year? Q520
885 What kind of health insurance do you have: statutory health insurance or are you exclusively privately insured? Q521
886 Innovation module on health politics UE132
887 Now it is about your satisfaction with the German welfare state and the health care system. How satisfied are you ... Q522A
888 Now it is about your satisfaction with the German welfare state and the health care system. How satisfied are you ... Q522B
910 Incentivation: [[Amount]€ in module vase to luck/] [[high/low]€ financial decision 'lottery'/] [[Amount]€ income distribution] Sum of all innovative modules: [Amount]€ Q9808551
889 People have different opinions about what the state should be responsible for or not. How much should the state be responsible for providing a sufficient provision of health care for sick people? Q523
890 Changes UE133
891 Has your family situation changed since December 31, 2015? Please indicate if any of the following applies to you, and if so, please state when each change occurred. Q524
892 What year and month did this change in your family situation take place? [Mentioned other family-related change] Q525
893 Innovation module on expectations toward the future UE134
894 Now we would like to talk to you about your expectations regarding the future. Q526
895 I will read several statements aloud. Please tell me to what extent these statements apply to you. Q527
897 Now we would like to know who similar you feel to your past and future self. So, how similar do you feel to the person you have been in the past and the person you will be in the future? You will small pictures illustrating similarity between your current self and your past or future self. For each of the following time frames, please choose the picture that fits you best. Q528
898 [Q529/Q530/Q531] How similar are you to your past self? Please choose the corresponding picture. Current self = as of today Past self = [1 year ago/5 years ago/10 years ago] Please click to rate how much similarity you see between your current self and your past self. PICT "C:\capiclient\TemplateRelatedFiles\TemplateRelatedFiles\Inno17I\GrafikVer.png" Q119912
899 [Q532/Q533/Q534] How similar are you to your future self? Please choose the corresponding picture. Current self = as of today Future self = [1 year ago/5 years ago/10 years ago]Zu Please click to rate how much similarity you see between your current self and your future self. PICT "C:\capiclient\TemplateRelatedFiles\TemplateRelatedFiles\Inno17I\Grafik.png" Q119913
900 Q119914 Q119914
901 In conclusion, we would like to ask you about your satisfaction with your life in general. How satisfied are you with your life, all things considered? Q536
902 Q803b Q803b
903 Q804b Q804b
904 Q805b Q805b
905 Q806b Q806b
906 Q45127 Q45127
907 Are there any further notes related to the interview? MITTEILUNG Q111111998
908 TEST Q980847
909 Q980854 Q980854
911 Prize from the module 'financial decisions' (result of the lottery): Q9143514
912 SOEP standard incentive: [15/10] EUR [Incentivation Innovation Module: € [Amount]. Please pay [Total sum less than 30] euros to the interviewee./The amount to pay is above 30 euros. The interviewee will receive a crossed cheque next month from Kantar Public. Please pay now [15/10] euros that is the normal incentive from SOEP.] Q980855
913 Q990002 Q990002
914 Sum in Euro: [Amount] I hereby confirm receiving an incentive. Given incentive: Q980856
915 Could you provide a written receipt of your signature concerning the incentive? Q980859
916 Q980857 Q980857
917 Q980858 Q980858
918 Thank you for the interview! The interview is now finished for the participant. The following question is only meant for you, the interviewer. Please make sure that the participant can not look at the screen. Q537
919 Innovation module on language II - Part 1 - Split B for HH,1 and all HH,2 UE136
920 The innovation questionnaire is finished. Thank you for your cooperation! Duration of interview: Q111111999
921 Please state briefly how the deviation of the duration could happen. Q1199993
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