NSRE 2000



July 19, 1999





[Note: The date above is the last time that any part of the survey instrument was updated, thus it represents the up-to-date version of NSRE 2000 overall. Revision dates of individual modules are listed below. This is being done to track module revisions. As of July 19, 1999 not all modules are listed; they are only listed as revisions after that date are made. At least one of the module revision dates must match the overall date above.]



Module Date Last Revised



Participation July 16, 1999

Core-Demographics May 25, 1999

Lifestyles May 27, 1999

Last Trip May 13, 1999

Values July 19, 1999

Objectives July 19, 1999

Beliefs July 19, 1999

Attitudes July 19, 1999





INTRODUCTION MODULE(1)



[Note: The following 2 paragraphs are introductory material about NSRE 2000 and are not part of the survey.]



BACKGROUND: NSRE 2000 will be the seventh in the Federal Government's on-going series of U.S. National Recreation Surveys. As we enter the 21st Century with its promise of dramatic social and economic change, it is ever more imperative that the evolution of outdoor recreation markets be closely monitored for sustained demand trends and emerging shifts that may signal needed adjustments in public land policies, entrepreneurial investments and collaborative management strategies. NSRE 2000 will provide in-depth, science-based coverage of the American public's demand for outdoor recreation and the social, economic and environmental factors driving demand shifts.



DESIGN: NSRE 2000 will be an in-the-home phone survey of 40,000 households across all ethnic groups throughout the United States. Modules of questions covering outdoor recreation participation, demographics, household structure, lifestyles, environmental attitudes, natural resource values (for example, concerning Wilderness), constraints to participation, participation styles, and attitudes toward management policies will be designed to examine how outdoor recreation and concerns for the environment play out in people's lives. The survey is scheduled to begin March 1, 1999, and run over the course of 12 months through February 2000. Analysis will proceed as data are being collected to produce periodic reports on survey results that are of interest to participating organizations and the outdoor recreation and natural resources communities at large. In particular, NSRE 2000 will serve FS needs for Results Act Strategic Planning, forest plan revisions, constituency identification, monitoring, and science advancements.





START



HELLO, my name is [NAME] and I am calling from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. We are randomly contacting people throughout the United States to ask questions about outdoor recreation.



or



[for a callback interview with a person selected by the most recent birthday method]



HELLO, this is [NAME] calling for the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. We recently called to conduct an interview with [NAME]. Is this a good time to complete the interview?



[If NO, attempt to call back at a more convenient time.]



For this survey to be representative, I need to randomly select a person from your household to interview. Could you please tell me how people there are living in your household 16 years of age or older?



1-99. ENTER RESPONSE ****



May I speak with that person please?





INTERVIEWER READ:



The Human Dimensions Research Laboratory at the University of Tennessee is conducting a National Survey for agencies and organizations concerned about helping provide better opportunities for Americans' outdoor recreation. Your telephone number was randomly selected and we would like to interview a member of your household. So that our results will be representative, we need to interview the person 16 years or older in your household who most recently had a birthday.



11. Are you the person 16 years or older who most recently had a birthday?



1. Yes --> skip to Q14

2. No --> ask Q12



12. May I speak with that person?



1. Yes

2. No [IF respondent is not available or it is not a good time for an interview, press CRTL/END to set up CALL BACK]



HELLO MY NAME IS [name]. I'm calling from the HUMAN DIMENSIONS RESEARCH LABORATORY CENTER at the UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE.

Q14. ON BEHALF OF THE HUMAN DIMENSIONS LABORATORY, I WOULD LIKE TO ASK IF YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO PARTICIPATE IN A NATIONWIDE SURVEY ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT AND ABOUT OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES YOU DO AROUND THE HOME, IN YOUR COMMUNITY, OR ON VACATIONS AND TRIPS.



1. YES

2. NO -->GO TO Q594



Thank you. I want to assure you that all the information you give me will be kept strictly confidential. This interview is strictly voluntary. If you don't want to answer any particular question, just tell me. Also my supervisor may listen to part of the interview to be sure that I'm not making any mistakes.





********INSERT PRIVACY ACT and PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT STATEMENT *************



[Laura Cahall sent me a copy of the revised "Burden Statement" required under the Paperwork Reduction Act on 2/17/99, but I'm not sure it is what Ken was referring to about a "privacy statement". Also, it does not seem appropriate for a telephone interview. I'll check into it. (d:\nsre\omb\burden.wpd) CJB]





PARTICIPATION MODULE



I would like you to think about the outdoor recreation activities you took part in during the past 12 months. Include any outdoor activities you did around the home, in your community, on vacations, trips, outings, or during any other free time. We are interested in a wide range of activities from relaxing outdoors, walking, birdwatching and gardening, to camping, hiking, boating, cross country skiing, and so forth.



Now I would like to ask whether you participated during the past 12 months in any of the sports activities I will name. Please indicate "yes" if you participated and "no" if you did not.



Q17 Running or jogging?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q18 Golf?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q19 Tennis outdoors?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q20 Outdoor team sports, such as softball or soccer?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q27> 4. DK, NA



Q21 ... did you play softball or baseball?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q23 football?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q24 basketball outdoors?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q25 soccer outdoors?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q26 volleyball outdoors?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q27 Did you play games such as handball, racquetball, or squash outdoors?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q57 Did you participate in yard games such as horseshoes, badminton, croquet, frisbee, etc.?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q67 Did you attend outdoor sports events as a spectator?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA





For most of the rest of the activities I will name, we are interested in the number of days in the past 12 months you actually participated. For each activity you participated in, please count any amount of time during a day as a day of participation. We are also interested in any trips you took for some of these activities. A trip is any time you traveled more than 15 minutes from home to participate in a recreation activity. This includes short trips within your community, long vacation trips lasting several days or weeks, and everything in between. If you did not participate in an activity I name within the past 12 months, then you will not be asked about days or trips.





Q28 During the past 12 months did you do any type of bicycling for fun or exercise?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q38> 4. DK, NA



Q28a. On how many different days did you go bicycling? <count any part of a day as a whole day>



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q31 How many trips more than 15 minutes from home did you take for the primary purpose of going bicycling?



A. ENTER RESPONSE *** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA

Q36 Did any of your bicycling occur on backcountry roads, trails, or cross country, riding a mountain bike or hybrid?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q38> 4. DK, NA



Q36a On how many different days did you go mountain biking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE *** C. DK, NA

Q36b How many trips away from home did you take for the primary purpose of going mountain biking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE *** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q38 Did you go horseback riding or do other equestrian activities?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q45> 4. DK, NA



Q38a On how many different days did you go horseback riding or do other equestrian activities?



A. ENTER RESPONSE *** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q41 How many trips away from home did you take for the primary purpose of going horseback riding or doing other equestrian activities?

A. ENTER RESPONSE *** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q42 Was any of your horseback riding done on trails, back roads, or cross country?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q45> 4. DK, NA



Q44 On how many different days did you go horseback riding on trails, back roads, or cross country?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q45 Did you go picnicking?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q51> 4. DK, NA



Q45a On how many different days did you go picnicking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q51 Did you go to a gathering of family or friends in an outdoor area away from a home?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q56> 4. DK, NA



Q51a On how many different days did you go to a gathering of family or friends in an outdoor area away from a home?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q56 Did you spend time gardening or landscaping for relaxation or pleasure around your home?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q58> 4. DK, NA



Q56a On how many different days did you garden or do yard work around your home?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q58 Did you visit an outdoor nature center, nature trail, visitor center, or zoo?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q63> 4. DK, NA



Q58a On how many different days did you visit an outdoor nature center, nature trail, visitor center, or zoo?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q63 Did you attend outdoor concerts, plays, or other outdoor performances?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q68> 4. DK, NA



Q63a On how many different days did you attend outdoor concerts, plays, or other outdoor performances?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q68 Did you visit prehistoric structures or archaeological sites?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q74> 4. DK, NA



Q68a On how many different days did you visit prehistoric structures or archaeological sites?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q71 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of visiting prehistoric structures or archaeological sites?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q74 Did you visit any historic sites, buildings, or monuments?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q80> 4. DK, NA



Q74a On how many different days did you visit historic sites, buildings, or monuments?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q77 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of visiting historic areas, sites, buildings, or memorials?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q80 Did you go walking for exercise or pleasure?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q83> 4. DK, NA



Q80a On how many different days did you go walking for exercise or pleasure?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q82 Did you go in-line skating <sometimes called "rollerblading">?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q83> 4. DK, NA



Q83 Did you go day hiking?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q90> 4. DK, NA



Q83a On how many different days did you go day hiking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q86 How many trips more than 15 minutes from home did you take for the primary purpose of day hiking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q90 Orienteering is a cross-country activity in which participants use a map and compass to navigate between checkpoints along an unfamiliar course. Did you go orienteering during the past 12 months?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q92> 4. DK, NA



Q90a. On how many different days did you go orienteering?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

Q92 Did you visit a farm or other agricultural setting for recreation in the past 12 months? For example, to view pastoral scenery, to watch livestock or farmyard activities, to pick apples, etc.



<If respondent seems hesitant: Other examples include buying fresh produce at a farmer's market, taking a hayride, cutting a Christmas tree, and learning about agriculture.>



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q100> 4. DK, NA



[Note: Dan Hellerstein of ERS said that they would like to have an agric. tourism trips variable, but it is not essential. They do not want primary purpose trips, however. Also, they do not need the days variable. In any event, their ag. tourism module will 'turn on' based on Q92, the yes/no question. CJB]



Q92b How many recreational trips did you take during which you visited a farm or other agricultural setting? < ERS is interested in any and all trips, not just primary purpose trips >



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q100 During the past 12 months did you do any type of backpacking or camping?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q118> 4. DK, NA



Q93 Did you go backpack camping on trails or cross country?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q101> 4. DK, NA



Q93a On how many different days did you go backpacking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q96 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of backpacking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q101 Did you camp at developed sites with facilities (for example, tables and toilets)?



<if needed, clarify: Developed sites are areas with improved roads, campsites and water taps, and sometimes with utility hookups, flush toilets, showers, stores, or laundry facilities>.

1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q109> 4. DK, NA



Q101a On how many different days did you camp at developed sites with facilities?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q104 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of camping in developed campgrounds?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q107 Did you use a recreational vehicle such as a motorhome, travel trailer, pop-up camper, truck camper, or conversion van on any of your camping trips?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q108 Did you use a tent?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q109 Did you camp at primitive sites without facilities?



<if needed, clarify: a primitive site is one you can drive into, but which has no improved roads, water taps, utility hookups, flush toilets, showers, stores, or laundry facilities>

1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q118> 4. DK, NA



Q109a On how many different days did you camp in a primitive area?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q112 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of camping in primitive areas?

A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q116 Did you use a tent?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q118 Did you go mountain climbing? < mountain climbing is technical climbing that involves the use of specialized equipment as well as the challenges of weather and altitude, and where the goal is to reach a summit.>

1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q124> 4. DK, NA



Q118a On how many different days did you go mountain climbing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q121 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of mountain climbing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q124 Did you go rock climbing? <rock climbing is technical climbing that involves the use of specialized equipment to move up a 'route' on a rock wall or face. >

1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q130> 4. DK, NA



Q124a On how many different days did you go rock climbing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q127 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of rock climbing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q130 Did you go exploring in caves?

1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q131> 4. DK, NA



Q130a On how many different days did you explore caves?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q131 Did you visit a wilderness or other primitive, roadless area?

1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q134> 4. DK, NA



Q131a On how many different days did you visit a wilderness or other primitive, roadless area?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q131b How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of visiting a wilderness or other primitive, roadless area?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q134 Did you gather mushrooms, berries, firewood, or other natural products?

1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q132> 4. DK, NA



Q134a On how many different days did you gather mushrooms, berries, firewood, or other natural products?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q134b How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of gathering mushrooms, berries, firewood, or other natural products?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q132 Did you do any viewing or photographing of birds, wildlife, fish, or scenery in the outdoors?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q150> 4. DK, NA



Q136 Did you view, identify, or photograph birds ?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q148> 4. DK, NA



Q136a. On how many different days did you view, identify or photograph birds?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q139 How many trips more than 15 minutes from home did you take for the primary purpose of viewing, identifying, or photographing birds?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q136b Did you view, identify, or photograph birds around water?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q148> 4. DK, NA



Q136c In freshwater or saltwater surroundings or both?



<For saltwater surroundings, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>



Q136d In what States did you view, identify, or photograph birds in a saltwater surrounding ?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q136e Of the total days you viewed, identified, or photographed birds in a saltwater surrounding, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q148 Did you view, identify, or photograph salt or freshwater fish?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q142> 4. DK, NA



Q148a. On how many different days did you view, identify, or photograph salt or freshwater fish?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q148b How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of viewing, identifying, or photographing salt or freshwater fish?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q142 During the past 12 months did you view, identify, or photograph wildlife besides birds and fish (e.g., bears, deer, snakes, butterflies, turtles)?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q151> 4. DK, NA



Q142a. On how many different days did you view, identify, or photograph wildlife besides birds and fish?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q145 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of viewing, identifying or photographing wildlife besides birds and fish?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q142b. Did you view, identify, or photograph wildlife besides birds and fish around water?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q151> 4. DK, NA



Q142c. In freshwater or saltwater surroundings or both?



<For saltwater surroundings, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q142d In what States did you view, identify or photograph wildlife besides birds and fish in a saltwater surrounding ?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q142e Of the total days you viewed, identified or photographed wildlife besides birds and fish in a saltwater surrounding, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q151 During the past 12 months did you view, identify, or photograph wildflowers, trees, or other natural vegetation?

1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q154> 4. DK, NA



Q151b. On how many different days did you view, identify, or photograph wildflowers, trees, or other natural vegetation?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q218 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of viewing, identifying, or photographing wildflowers, trees, or other natural vegetation?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q151c. Did you view, identify, or photograph wildflowers, trees, or other natural vegetation around water?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q154> 4. DK, NA



Q151d. Did you view, identify, or photograph wildflowers, trees, or other natural vegetation in freshwater or saltwater surroundings or both?



<For saltwater surroundings, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q151e. In what States did you view, identify, or photograph wildflowers, trees, or other natural vegetation in a saltwater surrounding ?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q151f. Of the total days you viewed, identified, or photographed wildflowers, trees, or other natural vegetation in a saltwater surrounding, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q154 During the past 12 months did you view or photograph natural scenery?

1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q150> 4. DK, NA

Q150 Did you go on any special excursions or tours in an ocean, bay, gulf, or inlet to see ocean birds, whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, or other large marine animals?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q152> 4. DK, NA



Q150a On how many different days did you go on these special excursions or tours?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q152 Did you go hunting during the past 12 months?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO < go to Q171> 4. DK, NA



Q153 Did you hunt big game <besides birds>?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO < go to Q159> 4. DK, NA



Q153a On how many different days did you hunt big game <besides birds>?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q156 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of hunting big game?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q159 Did you hunt small game?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO < go to Q165> 4. DK, NA



Q159a On how many different days did you hunt small game?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q162 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of hunting small game?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q165 Did you hunt waterfowl such as ducks or geese?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO < go to Q171> 4. DK, NA



Q165a. On how many different days did you hunt waterfowl such as ducks or geese?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q168 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of hunting waterfowl?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q165b. Did you hunt waterfowl in freshwater or saltwater surroundings or both?



<For saltwater surroundings, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q165c In what States did you hunt waterfowl in a saltwater surrounding?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q165d Of the total days you hunted waterfowl in a saltwater surrounding, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q171 Not including ice fishing, did you do any winter activities such as ice skating, snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, or sledding in the past 12 months?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q202> 4. DK, NA



Q174 Did you go downhill skiing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q173> 4. DK, NA



Q174a On how many different days did you go downhill skiing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q177 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of downhill skiing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q173 Did you go snowboarding?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q180> 4. DK, NA



Q173a On how many different days did you go snowboarding?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q173b How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of snowboarding?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q180 Did you go cross country skiing or ski touring?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q188> 4. DK, NA



Q180a On how many different days did you go cross-country skiing or ski touring?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q183 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of cross-country skiing or ski touring?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q188a Did any of your cross-country skiing or ski touring take place in the back country away from maintained trails and roads?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q188 Did you go snowshoeing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q189> 4. DK, NA



Q188b On how many different days did you go snowshoeing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q189 Did you go snowmobiling?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q195> 4. DK, NA



Q189a On how many different days did you go snowmobiling?

A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q192 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of snowmobiling?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q195 Did you go sledding?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q172 Did you go ice skating outdoors?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q196 Did you do any other outdoor snow or ice activities?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q202> 4. DK, NA



Q196a Please give us the name of these activities.



Q202 During the past 12 months, did you go sightseeing, driving for pleasure, or driving ATVs or motorcycles?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q221> 4. DK, NA



Q203 Did you go sightseeing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q207> 4. DK, NA



Q203a On how many different days did you go sightseeing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q206 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of sightseeing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q207 Did you go driving for pleasure on country roads or in a park, forest, or other natural setting?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q197> 4. DK, NA

Q207a On how many different days did you go driving for pleasure?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q207b Was any of your driving for pleasure done on a motorcycle?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q197> 4. DK, NA



Q207c On how many different days did you drive a motorcycle for pleasure?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R

Q197 Did you drive off-road for recreation using a 4-wheel drive, ATV, or motorcycle? <off-road is defined as off of paved or gravel roads. ATV stands for "All Terrain Vehicle".>



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q221> 4. DK, NA

Q197a On how many different days did you drive off-road for recreation?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q200 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of driving off-road for recreation?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q221 During the past 12 months did you go fishing in either fresh or saltwater?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q256> 4. DK, NA



Q222 Did you go freshwater fishing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q241> 4. DK, NA



Q234 Did you go fishing in cold water such as mountain rivers and streams for trout?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q240> 4. DK, NA



Q234a On how many different days did you go fishing in cold water rivers and streams?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q237 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of fishing in cold water rivers and streams?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q228 Did you go fishing in warm water rivers and lakes for bass, bream, catfish, pike, walleye, crappie, or perch?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No <go to Q240> 4. DK, NA



Q228a On how many different days did you go fishing in warm water rivers and lakes? <bass, bream, catfish, pike, walleye, crappie, or perch>



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q231 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of fishing in warm water rivers and lakes?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q240 Did you go ice fishing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q241> 4. DK, NA



Q241 Did you go saltwater fishing?



1. Yes

2. NO <go to Q256 if Q222=2; else if Q222=1 go to Q247>

3. R

4. DK, NA



Q241a. On how many different days did you go saltwater fishing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q244 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of saltwater fishing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q241b. In what States did you go saltwater fishing?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q241c. Of the total days you went saltwater fishing, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q247 Did you go fishing for migratory fish like salmon, shad, or other spawning fish?



1. Yes

2. NO <go to Q256 if Q222=2 and Q241=2; else go to Q253 if Q221=1 or Q241=1 >

3. R

4. DK, NA

Q247a. On how many different days did you fish for salmon, shad, or other spawning fish?

A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q250 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of fishing for these fish?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q253 What proportion of all the days that you fished in the past 12 months did you participate in "catch and release" fishing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q256 During the past 12 months did you go sailing, motor boating, water skiing, jet skiing, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, tubing, surfing, sailboarding, or any other form of boating?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q319> 4. DK, NA



Q257 Did you go sailing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q266> 4. DK, NA



Q257a. On how many different days did you go sailing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q257b. Did you go sailing in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q257c. In what States did you go sailing in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q257d. Of the total days you went sailing in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q266 Did you go canoeing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q272> 4. DK, NA



Q266a. On how many different days did you go canoeing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q269 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of canoeing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q266b. Did you go canoeing in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q266c. In what States did you go canoeing in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q272 Did you go kayaking?



1. Yes

2. NO <go to Q278 (if Q266=no), else go to Q264 (if Q266=yes)>

3. R

4. DK, NA



Q272a. On how many different days did you go kayaking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q275 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of kayaking?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q272b. Did you go kayaking in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q273c. In what States did you go kayaking in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q264 What proportion of the days that you went canoeing or kayaking were in white water?



<only asked if Q266 or Q272 answered 'Yes', else go to Q278>



1. All 4. None <go to Q278>

2. ½ or more 5. R <go to Q278>

3. Less than ½ 6. DK/NA <go to Q278>



Q265 For your white water canoeing, did you use an open canoe, a closed canoe, or both?



1. Yes, Open Canoe 5. R

2. Yes, Closed Canoe 6. DK, NA

3. Yes, Both

4. No, I only went kayaking on whitewater



Q278 Did you go rowing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q290> 4. DK, NA



Q278a. On how many different days did you go rowing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q278b. Did you go rowing in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q278c. In what States did you go rowing in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q290 Did you go motorboating? <does not include personal watercraft>



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q296> 4. DK, NA



Q290a. On how many different days did you go motorboating?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q293 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of motorboating?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q290b. Did you go motorboating in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q290c. In what States did you go motorboating in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q290d Of the total days you went motorboating in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q296 Did you go waterskiing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q302> 4. DK, NA



Q296a. On how many different days did you go waterskiing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q299 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of waterskiing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA

Q296b. Did you go waterskiing in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q296c. In what States did you go waterskiing in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q296d Of the total days you went waterskiing in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q302 Did you go boating using a personal watercraft such as jet skis, wave runners, etc.?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q284> 4. DK, NA



Q302a. On how many different days did you go boating using a personal watercraft?

A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q302b. Did you go boating using a personal watercraft in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q302c. In what States did you go boating using a personal watercraft in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q302d. Of the total days you went boating using a personal watercraft in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?

<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q284 Did you go rafting, tubing, or other floating on rivers or other flowing water?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q308> 4. DK, NA



Q284a On how many different days did you go rafting, tubing, or floating?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q287 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of rafting, tubing, or other floating on rivers or other flowing water?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q308 Did you go sailboarding or windsurfing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q314> 4. DK, NA



Q308a. On how many different days did you go sailboarding or windsurfing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q308b. Did you go sailboarding or windsurfing in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q308c. In what States did you go sailboarding or windsurfing in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q308d. Of the total days you went sailboarding or windsurfing in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q314 Did you go surfing?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q319> 4. DK, NA



Q314a. On how many different days did you go surfing?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q314b. In what States did you go surfing?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.

Q314c. Of the total days you went surfing, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q319 During the past 12 months did you go swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, or visit a beach or other waterside area?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q340> 4. DK, NA



Q320 Did you go swimming in an outdoor pool?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q326> 4. DK, NA





Q320a On how many different days did you go swimming in an outdoor pool?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R

Q326 Did you go swimming in streams, lakes, ponds, or the ocean?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q332> 4. DK, NA



Q326a. On how many different days did you go swimming in streams, lakes, ponds, or the ocean?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q329 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of swimming in streams, lakes, ponds, or the ocean?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q326b. Was your swimming in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q326c. In what States did you go swimming in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q326d. Of the total days you went swimming in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q332 During the past 12 months did you go snorkeling?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q337> 4. DK, NA



Q332a. On how many different days did you go snorkeling?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q332b. Was your snorkeling in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q332c. In what States did you go snorkeling in saltwater?

ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q332d. Of the total days you went snorkeling in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q337 During the past 12 months did you go scuba diving?

1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q340> 4. DK, NA



Q337a. On how many different days did you go scuba diving?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q337b. Was your scuba diving in freshwater, saltwater, or both?



<For saltwater, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q337c. In what States did you go scuba diving in saltwater?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q337d. Of the total days you went scuba diving in saltwater, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q209 During the past 12 months did you visit a coastal beach for any outdoor recreation activities?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO <go to Q211> 4. DK, NA



Q209a. On how many different days did you visit coastal beaches?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q212 How many trips did you take for the primary purpose of visiting a coastal beach?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q209b. Did you visit coastal beaches in freshwater or saltwater surroundings or both?



<For saltwater surroundings, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q209c In what States did you visit coastal beaches in a saltwater surrounding?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q209d Of the total days you visited beaches in a saltwater surrounding, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q211 During the past 12 months, did you visit a waterside other than a coastal beach for recreation activities other than swimming, boating, fishing, hunting or viewing, watching or photographing wildlife or other nature study?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO < go to Q340> 4. DK, NA



Q211a. On how many different days did you visit a waterside other than a coastal beach?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

B. R



Q211b. Did you visit watersides other than coastal beaches in freshwater or saltwater surroundings or both?



<For saltwater surroundings, please include mixed fresh-salt water in tidal portions of rivers and bays.>

Q211c. In what States did you visit watersides other than coastal beaches in a saltwater surrounding?



ENTER 2-LETTER POSTAL CODE FOR UP TO 5 STATES.



Q211d. Of the total days you visited watersides other than coastal beaches in a saltwater surrounding, how many days were spent in <state> ?



<question is repeated for each state given in previous question>



State 1: ENTER RESPONSE

State 2: ENTER RESPONSE

State 3: ENTER RESPONSE

State 4: ENTER RESPONSE

State 5: ENTER RESPONSE



Q340 Besides the trips you have already mentioned, how many other trips more than 15 minutes away from home did you take over the past 12 months where the primary reason for the trip was outdoor recreation?



A Enter Number

B. None <go to Q345>

C. R <go to Q345>

D. DK, NA <go to Q345>



Q342 Thinking about the most recent of these trips, what outdoor recreation activity was the main purpose for taking that trip?



A. ENTER RESPONSE <go to Q345>

B. No main Activity <go to Q345> D. R <go to Q345>

C. More than one activity <go to Q344> E. DK, NA <go to Q345>



Q344 Which of those activities, if any, was the most important activity on that recent trip?



D. DK, NA



Q345 During anytime in your life have you been diagnosed with a particular disability, impairment, or disabling illness? IF RESPONDENT ANSWERS YES TO THIS QUESTION THEN RESPONDENT MUST ANSWER THE DISABILITIES MODULE WHICH BEGINS AT Q499



1. Yes 3. R

2. No -->skip to Q344a 4. DK, NA





RISK ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION



Q344a There are a number of new and sometimes risky outdoor recreation activities in which some people have participated. As I name each of the following activities, tell me whether you participated in that activity any time in the last 12 months.



Q344b As I name each activity which you just identified as one in which you participated, please tell me whether your participation in the last 12 months was the first time you had ever done that activity. (Interviewer screen will list just those activities the respondent identified in Q344a.)



FAVORITE ACTIVITIES MODULE



Q542a Of all the outdoor recreation activities you listed earlier, which ones do you particularly enjoy doing? List up to three.



Q542b Between (1st favorite, 2nd favorite, and 3rd favorite), which one do you most enjoy doing? (Ask only if respondent offered more than one activity in Q542a.)





NATIONAL PARK SERVICE MODULE



insert here?





DETAILS CONCERNING SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES OF INTEREST MODULE



Examples of the types of questions would be:



NOTE: THIS SECTION IS NOT YET DEVELOPED. Two things, we need to identify which activities we need this detail on and second, we need to narrow down what needs to be asked.









LAST TRIP PROFILE MODULE



(NOTE: A decision protocol will be needed to guide selection of only one activity for a respondent who took primary purpose trips for more than one activity during the past year. An individual who took primary purpose trips for a single activity only will automatically be asked Last Trip questions about that activity. The Last Trip Profile Module is asked for one activity only. If the respondent answered the trips questions for more than one activity, some sort of allocation of the sample will be needed to assure a good distribution of trip samples across the various activities. Depending on performance during piloting, the preferred strategy, in lieu of allocating sample proportions among activities, would be to have the CATI program list all activities for which the respondent took a trip and randomly draw just one of the listed activities. Then, we would ask only about the most recent trip for the randomly selected activity, or about the only trip in the case where the respondent took just one trip for that activity during the year. This strategy would ultimately load samples of last trips onto the more popular activities. To better distribute the sampling somewhat, we could set an upper limit of samples for any given activity, which once reached, would trigger elimination of that activity from individual activity listings, unless the "filled" activity was the reason for the only trip a person had taken in the previous 12 months.



Becky, program the CATI system to track those persons indicating they took only one trip for the randomly selected activity, as well as those who took only one trip across all activities. For these respondents only, ask Qs 417 and 420.)



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If respondent took only one trip for the randomly selected activity or only one trip across all activities. Else skip to next "INTERVIEWER READ".



INTERVIEWER READ:



Earlier you indicated that you took 1 trip away from home in the past year to participate in <randomly selected activity or only activity in which they took a trip>. I would like to ask you some questions about that trip.

Q420 In what month did you take that <randomly selected activity or only activity in which they took a trip> trip?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

D. DK, NA



(Note: If <randomly selected activity or only activity in which they took a trip> is backpacking, developed camping, or primitive camping, then go to Q427)



Q417 Was the trip you took in the past year to go <randomly selected activity or only activity in which they took a trip> a single day trip?



1. yes <go to Q429> 3. Refused

2. no <go to Q427> D. DK, NA



*******************************************************************************************



If respondent took more than one trip for the <randomly selected activity> or more than one trip for the <only activity in which they took a trip>(2)



INTERVIEWER READ:



Earlier you indicated that you took <number from participation module> trips away from home in the past year to participate in <randomly selected activity>. Now, I would like to ask you about the most recent of those <randomly selected activity> trips.



(Note: If <randomly selected activity or only activity in which they took a trip> is backpacking, developed camping, or primitive camping, then go to Q418)



Q414 First, how many of the <number from participation module> <randomly selected activity> trips you took in the past year were single day trips? (e.g., "...how many of the 5 waterskiing trips...")



A. ENTER RESPONSE *** C. Refused

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q418 In what month was the most recent of these trips?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

D. DK, NA



(Note: If <randomly selected activity or only activity in which they took a trip> is backpacking, developed camping, or primitive camping, then go to Q427)



Q423 Was your most recent <randomly selected activity> trip a single day trip?

1. Yes <go to Q429> 3. Refused

2. No <go to Q427> 4. DK, NA



Q427 How many days did you spend on that last <randomly selected activity> trip from start to finish, including travel to and from?



A. Enter Response

Q429 Approximately how many hours did you spend traveling, one-way, to get to your primary destination?



A. ENTER RESPONSE ***** C. Refused

D. DK, NA



[Reminder: QUESTIONS REFER TO RESPONDENT'S LAST or MOST RECENT <randomly selected activity> TRIP]



Q435 Not including yourself, how many others were with you on your last <randomly selected activity> trip?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q443 What is the name of the main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area that you visited on your last <randomly selected activity> trip?

<if respondent answers my own land insert "your land" in "name of site" and <go to Q469>>

<if "don't know" then type "this area" (except on Q444)>



A. ENTER RESPONSE ****

B. Refused

C. DK, NA



Q444 Was the place you visited on your last trip, <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area>, private or government owned?



1. Private <go to Q445>

2. Government <go to Q446>

3. Refused <go to Q469>

4. Don't Know, Not Ascertained <go to Q469>



Q445 Is <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area> best described as:



1. property you own

2. someone else's private property

3. a commercial resort park, theme park, lodge, or camp

4. a privately-owned reservoir or lake (including utility company lakes)

5. any other private water body, such as access to a river or the ocean

6. any other kind of private property not listed above

7. Refused

8. Don't Know, Not Ascertained



<go to Q469>



Q446 Is <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area> best described as:



2. a state government park or resort

3. any other local or state government land

4. a national forest

5. a national park

6. an area in the National Wilderness Preservation System

7. any other federal area, such as BLM lands or a Fish and Wildlife Refuge

8. a government reservoir or lake, such as a TVA or Corps of Engineers Lake

9. any other water body, such as a river or the ocean

10. Refused

A. Don't Know, Not Ascertained



Q469 In what state is <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area> located?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

D. DK, NA

Q470 What is the name of the nearest city or town to <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area>?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

D. DK, NA



Q471 Is <name of city or town from Q470> in the same state as <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area>?



1. Yes <go to Q473>

2. No

3. Refused

4. DK, NA



Q472 In what state is <name of city or town from Q470> located?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

D. DK, NA



Q473 Did you travel to <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area> from:



1. Your home <go to Q477>

2. A vacation home, cottage, lodge, or condo

3. Somewhere else

4. R <go to Q477>

5. DK, NA <go to Q477>



Q474 From what city and state did you travel?



A. ENTER RESPONSE ****** C. Refused

D. DK, NA



Q477 What was the principal means you used to travel to <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area>?



1. car, truck, or van

2. camper van, motorhome, or camper on a pickup

3. vehicle pulling a tent camper or trailer

4. motorcycle or moped

5. train

6. bus

7. airplane or helicopter

8. ship, boat, or ferry

9. bicycle

A. walking

C. R

D. DK, NA





SKIP QUESTIONS 447 and 450 IF THE RESPONDENT TOOK ONLY ONE TRIP DURING THE LAST 12 MONTHS.



Q447 Not including your most recent trip, how many other times in the past 12 months did you visit <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area>?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q450 How many of these visits to <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area> were made primarily for the purpose of <randomly selected activity>?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. Refused

B. RESPONSE OF ZERO D. DK, NA



Q456 When you visited <name of main park, forest, resort, water body or other recreation area> recently, where did you spend most of your time <randomly selected activity>?



3. Walking or riding away from roads, on trails or cross-country <go to Q458>

5. Refused

6. Don't Know, Not Ascertained



Q458 To your knowledge, are motorized vehicles allowed in the area where you went <randomly selected activity>?



1. Yes

2. No

3. Refused

4. Don't Know, Not Ascertained



Q459 In terms of development versus naturalness, how would you describe the landscape of the site where you were <randomly selected activity>?

3. the landscape was dominated by human developments and other modifications

4. Refused

5. Don't Know, Not Ascertained



Q461 In what wildlife activities, if any, did you participate during that recent <randomly selected activity> trip?



1. Wildlife Viewing

2. Photography

3. Sketching

4. Painting

5. Hunting

6. Fishing

7. Other (Please Specify)

8. R,DK,NA

9. EXIT



Q487 Did you take one or more pets with you on your last <randomly selected activity> trip?



1. Yes

2. No

3. Refused

4. DK, NA





CONSTRAINTS MODULE (ASK THESE QUESTIONS OF EVERYONE.)



Interviewer Read: Following is a list of reasons why people might not participate in outdoor activities as often as they would like. As I read each reason, please indicate by a "yes" or "no" whether it is a reason that keeps you from participating in your favorite activity as often as you would like.



Q543a not enough time because of my job and long hours of work



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q543b not enough time because of family, childcare or other in-the-home obligations



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q543c not enough time because of volunteer work or other outside obligations



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q544 not enough money



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q545 personal health reasons



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q546 no one to do activities with



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q547 inadequate transportation



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q548 crowded activity areas



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q549 personal safety problems in activity areas



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q550 inadequate facilities in activity areas



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q551 poorly maintained activity areas



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q552 pollution problems in activity areas



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q553 inadequate information on places to do activities



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q554 I have a physically limiting condition and do not

have the assistance or equipment to do activities



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q555 a member of my household has a disability that

limits my participation in outdoor recreation



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q556 outdoor pests, such as mosquitos



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q556a I feel unwelcome or uncomfortable at many outdoor recreation areas because of who I am



Q556b I can't understand the language on signs or as spoken at many outdoor recreation areas



Q556c I am uncomfortable and sometimes feel somewhat afraid in forest or other natural settings



Q557 other (specify) _______________________________________________________________.



Q557a Are there outdoor activities that you particularly would like to participate in, but are unable to? What are those activities?



1. List activities (up to 3)

2. R

3. DK/NA



Q557b Why are you unable to participate in those activities?



1. List reasons (up to 3)

2. R

3. DK/NA





DISABILITIES MODULE

(NOTE: Except for the profiling questions shown below, all the rest of the accessibility questions included in NSRE 1995 have been deleted. Respondents receive this module only if they answer 'yes' to Q345, which asks: During anytime in your life have you been diagnosed with a particular disability, impairment, or disabling illness?)





** Q350 to Q355 from the 1995 NSRE should be included for this section to flow and to keep Q601, which sets up a later interview with the disabled household member.





Q499 Earlier you indicated that you are disabled or that you

require assistance from others, adaptive equipment, or

special facilities in order to participate in outdoor

recreation. Please tell me what type of special

services you require.



1) Guide dog

2) Someone to push wheelchair

3) Companion/support person

4) Verbal Instructions

5) Interpretation of written material

6) Wheelchair access

7) Cane, walker or wheelchair

8) Communication system

9) Other (please specify)

A) R,DK,NA

B) EXIT



Q510 What type of transportation do you most frequently use?



1) I drive myself

2) Someone else in household drives me to my destination

3) A friend drives me to my destination

4) I use public transportation

5) R, DK, NA



Q523 Are there any barriers that may limit or prevent your

participation in outdoor recreation?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Following is a list of statements. For each one, please tell me

whether you strongly agree (SA), agree (A), disagree (D), or

strongly disagree (SD)



Q525 It is important to me to have the opportunity to participate

in outdoor recreation.



1. Strongly Agree 5. R

2. Agree 6. DK, NA

3. Disagree

4. Strongly Disagree



Q526 When I encounter barriers when participating in outdoor

recreation, I always notify the appropriate parties and

express my concerns.



1. Strongly Agree 5. R

2. Agree 6. DK, NA

3. Disagree

4. Strongly Disagree



Q527 I limit my recreation experiences based on other people's

expectations of me.



1. Strongly Agree 5. R

2. Agree 6. DK, NA

3. Disagree

4. Strongly Disagree



People choose recreation areas in order to achieve specific experiences. For

example, a person may choose a city park to play softball, but an undeveloped

site in a forest for camping. To make a variety of outdoor experiences

possible, a variety of outdoor areas must be available. Some outdoor settings

would need many facilities, be easy to get to, attract large numbers of people,

and generally be very convenient. To provide different type of recreation

experiences, more primitive outdoor settings would require few or no

facilities, be more difficult to get to, have few people, and offer very few,

if any, conveniences.



With this in mind, for each statement that I read, please tell

me whether you strongly agree (SA), agree (A), disagree (D),

or strongly disagree (SD)



Q533 Recognizing that individuals seek specific experiences

through recreation settings that range from urban to

primitive, levels of accessibility should be established

to fit in with the setting (e.g. concrete sidewalks in

urban settings and rough, dirt paths in primitive

settings). Do you...



1. Strongly Agree 5. R

2. Agree 6. DK, NA

3. Disagree

4. Strongly Disagree



(NOTE: Except for 542, the questions that followed here in NSRE 95 dealt with accessibility in wilderness. These have been deleted in their entirety for NSRE 2000.)



Q542 ENVIRONMENTAL modifications (bridges, trails, campsites, etc.)

in National Wilderness Preservation System areas should ALWAYS

be made accessible to people with disabilities. Do you...



1. Strongly Agree 5. R

2. Agree 6. DK, NA

3. Disagree

4. Strongly Disagree



Q345 During anytime in your life have you been diagnosed with a particular disability, impairment, or disabling illness?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No -->skip to Q350 4. DK, NA



Q346 So that we can develop better accommodations for all users of public lands, we would like to know a little more about the nature of your diagnosed disability. As I read the following list, please indicate which disabilities apply to you. INTERVIEWER WILL BE GIVEN DEFINITIONS FOR EACH



1. Chemical dependency <alcohol or drug addiction>

2. Cognitive disability <stroke or head injury>

3. Hearing impairment

4. Illness <heart condition, diabetes, cancer, etc.>

5. Learning disability

6. Mental health problem

7. Mental retardation

8. Physical disability <mobility problems>

9. Speech impairment

A. Visual impairment

B. Other disability NEC <SPECIFY>

C. R,DK,NA

D. Exit



Q350 Do you require assistance from others, adaptive equipment, or special facilities in order to participate in outdoor recreation?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA

WILDERNESS MODULE



Interviewer Read--The Wilderness Act of 1964 allows Congress to set aside certain undeveloped federal lands for preservation in their natural, wilderness condition. Once set aside under the Wilderness Act, these lands cannot be used for some purposes, such as timber harvesting, developed ski resorts, or highways, because these uses would alter the natural conditions being protected. Together, the areas across the country that Congress has designated as Wilderness make up the National Wilderness Preservation System. These protected natural areas provide benefits such as wildlife habitat, natural scenery, scientific research, watershed protection and opportunities to experience nature by hiking the trails and seeing wildlife. To date, the Congress has added 625 wilderness areas to this country's National Wilderness Preservation System.



Q279 Were you aware that the Congress has established a National Wilderness Preservation System?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q280 Have you ever taken a trip to visit an area you knew for sure was one of the 625 designated Wilderness Areas?



1. Yes 3. R (Skip 280a and 280b)

2. No (Skip 280a and 280b) 4. DK, NA (Skip 280a and 280b)



Q280a Did you visit one of these designated Wilderness Areas in the last 12 months?



(SOMEWHERE ABOUT HERE THERE WILL BE A SERIES OF ABOUT 10 QUESTIONS THAT WILL TEST THE RESPONDENTS KNOWLEDGE OF WILDERNESS AND ITS ISSUES. THE CALL HAS BEEN PUT OUT FOR IDENTIFICATION OF 10 CRITICAL ELEMENTS OF KNOWLEDGE THAT THE PUBLIC OUGHT TO POSSESS IN ORDER TO TRULY SAY THEY KNOW ABOUT THE NATIONAL WILDERNESS PRESERVATION SYSTEM.)





Interviewer Read--The 625 legally designated wilderness areas that make up the National Wilderness Preservation System include over 4% of the United States total land area, including Alaska. Each designated areas is protected to keep it as wild and natural as possible.



Q282a How important is it to you that areas now in the National Wilderness Preservation System remain the specially protected areas that they have been in the past?



Interviewer read-Please indicate the degree to which you agree with the following three statements by indicating you strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree.



282c It has been documented that air pollution from power plants and industry obstructs views of wilderness scenery. Companies should be required to clean up their air pollution, even if it meant you might pay more for electricity or consumer products?



Q282d The federal agencies which manage wilderness should limit the number of visitors if a wilderness area frequently gets crowded with people?



Q282e The federal agencies which manage wilderness should limit the number of visitors if the area's natural resources such as streams, wildlife or vegetation is being harmed?



(ORIGINAL WILDERNESS VALUES SCALE TO BE ASKED OF AROUND 5000-INCLUDED IN ONE VERSION--FOR THE PURPOSE OF SEEING IF THERE HAVE BEEN ANY TRENDS)



Interviewer Read--Wilderness areas have a variety of benefits for different people. For each benefit I will list, please tell me whether it is extremely important, very important, moderately important, slightly important, or not important at all to you as a reason to preserve wilderness and primitive areas.



Q283 Protecting water quality



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q284 Knowing that future generations will have wilderness areas



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q285 Providing recreation opportunities



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q286 Protecting wildlife habitat



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q287 Providing spiritual inspiration



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q288 Preserving natural areas for scientific study



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q289 Preserving unique plant and animal ecosystems and genetic strains



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q290 Knowing that in the future I will have the option to visit a Wilderness area or primitive area of my choice



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q291 Protecting air quality



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q292 Providing income for the tourist industry



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q293 Protecting rare and endangered species



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

Q294 Providing scenic beauty



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

6. DK/NA



Q295 Just knowing that Wilderness and primitive areas exist



1. Extremely Important

2. Very Important

3. Moderately Important

4. Slightly Important

5. Not Important at all

6. DK/NA



(NEW WILDERNESS VALUES QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED OF AROUND 9,000 RESPONDENTS IN COMBINATION WITH LIFESTYLES AND ENVIRONMENTAL ATTITUDES)



Interviewer Read--In the following section, please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree or strongly disagree with the following statements about your use of wilderness areas and reasons for protecting wilderness areas.



Q295a I enjoy reading about and viewing pictures, videos, TV shows and movies featuring wilderness areas.



2. Agree

3. Disagree

4. Strongly disagree

5. DK/NA



Q295b I enjoy knowing that other people are currently able to visit wilderness areas.



Q295c I enjoy knowing that future generations will be able to visit wilderness areas.



Q295d Wilderness areas are important to protect because they contribute to better local, national and global air and water quality.



Q295e Wilderness areas are important to protect because they help to preserve plant and animal species that could have important scientific or human health values in the future (e.g., sources of genes for new medicines or improved agricultural crops).



Q295f I would support protection of wilderness areas for the satisfaction of knowing they will continue to exist in their natural condition even if people including myself did not visit these areas or receive any other benefits from these areas except



Q295g I believe that all of the natural elements of wilderness (for example, trees, wildlife, free flowing water and meadows) have value themselves whether or not humans benefit from them by visiting the areas, having cleaner air and water, gaining scientific or health benefits, or even having the satisfaction of knowing that wilderness and its natural elements will continue to exist.



Interviewer read--The following questions ask about your involvement with environmental or conservation groups and actions you may have taken to promote environmental or conservation causes, including protection of natural areas and wilderness.



Q295h Are you a member of an environmental or conservation group?



Q295i How much money and time would you estimate you have donated to environmental causes in the past 12 months (for example, fish and wildlife protection, protection of wetlands, or protection of any natural areas such as wilderness, rivers or urban green spaces, etc.)?



How much money __________ dollars



Approximate number of hours _____________



Q295j How much money and time have you donated in the last 12 months only to the protection of natural areas, including wilderness?



How much money __________ dollars



Approximate number of hours __________



Q295k How much money and time have you donated in the last 12 months only to the protection of wilderness?



How much money __________ dollars



Approximate number of hours __________





NATURAL RESOURCE VALUES MODULE



I will read you a series of statements. Please rate each statement from one to five, with one meaning strongly disagree and five meaning strongly agree.



People should be more concerned about how our public lands are used.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



Natural resources must be preserved even if people must do without some products.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



Consumers should be interested in the environmental consequences of the products they purchase.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree

I would be willing to sign a petition for an environmental cause.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree

The whole pollution issue has never upset me too much since I feel it's somewhat overrated.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree

I have often thought that if we could just get by with a little less there would be more left for future generations.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



Manufacturers should be encouraged to use recycled materials in their manufacturing and processing operations.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



Future generations should be as important as the current one in the decisions about public lands.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



I would be willing to pay five dollars more each time I use public lands for recreational purposes (for example, hiking, camping, hunting).



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



People should urge their friends to limit their use of products made from scarce resources.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



I am glad there are national forests even if I never get to see them.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



People can think public lands are valuable even if they do not actually go there themselves.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree

I am willing to stop buying products from companies that pollute the environment even though it might be inconvenient.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



I am willing to make personal sacrifices for the sake of slowing down pollution.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



Forests have a right to exist for their own sake, regardless of human concerns and uses.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



Wildlife, plants and humans have equal rights to live and grow.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



Donating time or money to worthy causes is important to me.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



We should actively harvest more trees to meet the needs of a much larger human population.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



The most important role for the public lands is providing jobs and income for local people.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree

The decision to develop resources should be based mostly on economic grounds.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



The main reason for maintaining resources today is so we can develop them in the future if we need to.

Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



I think that the public land managers are doing an adequate job of protecting natural resources from being over used.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



The primary use of forests should be for products that are useful to humans.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



The Federal government should subsidize the development and leasing of public lands to companies.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



The government has better places to spend money than devoting resources to a strong conservation program.



Strongly Strongly

disagree 1 2 3 4 5 agree



OBJECTIVES FOR MANAGING PUBLIC LANDS MODULE



We are interested in your opinions concerning both public and private forests and grasslands. These lands have many different uses including motorized and non-motorized recreation, preservation, livestock grazing, wildlife habitat, mineral extraction, timber harvesting, spiritual uses and so on.

I will read a series of statements on several different topics for you to rate on a scale of one to five, with one meaning not at all important and five meaning very important.



1. Expanding access for motorized off-highway vehicles on forests and grasslands (for example, snowmobiling or 4-wheel driving).



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



2. Developing and maintaining continuous trail systems that cross both public and private land for motorized vehicles such as snowmobiles or ATVs.

Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



3. Developing and maintaining continuous trail systems that cross both public and private land for non-motorized recreation such as hiking or cross-country skiing.

Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



4. Designating some existing recreation trails for specific use (for example, creating separate trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, or for mountain biking and horseback riding).



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



5. Developing new paved roads on forests and grasslands for access for cars and recreational vehicles.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



6. Designating more wilderness areas on public land that stops access for development and motorized uses.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important





7. Conserving and protecting forests and grasslands that are the source of our water resources, such as streams, lakes, and watershed areas.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



8. Preserving the natural resources of forests and grasslands through such policies as no timber harvesting or no mining.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



9. Protecting ecosystems and wildlife habitats.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



10. Preserving the ability to have a 'wilderness' experience on forests and grasslands.

Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



11. Preserving the cultural uses of forests and grasslands by Native Americans and Native Hispanics such as fire wood gathering, herb/berry/plant gathering, and ceremonial access.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



12. Providing natural resources from forests and grasslands to support communities dependent on grazing, mining or timber harvesting.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



13. Restricting mining, oil drilling, and other mineral removals on forests and grasslands.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



14. Restricting timber harvesting and grazing on forests and grasslands.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



15. Making it easier to get permits for some established uses of forests and grasslands such as grazing, logging, mining, and commercial recreation.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



16. Developing a national policy that guides natural resource development of all kinds (for example, the amount of timber cut or barrels of oil pumped, and the regulation of environmental impacts).

Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



17. Expanding commercial recreation on forests and grasslands (for example, ski areas, guide services, or outfitters).



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



18. Developing volunteer programs to improve forests and grasslands (for example, planting trees, or improving water quality).



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



19. Developing volunteer programs to maintain trails and facilities on forests and grasslands (for example, trail maintenance, or campground maintenance).



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



20. Informing the public about recreation concerns on forests and grasslands such as safety, trail etiquette, and respect for wildlife.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



21. Informing the public on the potential environmental impacts of all uses associated with forests and grasslands.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



22. Informing the public on the economic value received by developing our natural resources.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



23. Encouraging collaboration between groups in order to share information concerning uses of forests and grasslands.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



24. Using public advisory committees to advise on public land management issues.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



25. Allowing for diverse uses of forests and grasslands such as grazing, recreation, and wildlife habitat.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



26. Making management decisions concerning the use of forests and grasslands at the local level rather than at the national level.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



27. Increasing the total number of acres in the public land system.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



28. Paying an entry fee that goes to support public land.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



29. Increasing law enforcement efforts by public land agencies on public lands.



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important



30. Allowing public land managers to trade public lands for private lands (for example, to eliminate private property within public land boundaries, or to acquire unique areas of land).



Not at all Very

important 1 2 3 4 5 important





BELIEFS ABOUT FOREST SERVICE MANAGEMENT MODULE



We are interested in your opinions on the role of the Forest Service concerning activities on National Forests and Grasslands. These lands have many uses including motorized and non-motorized recreation, preservation, livestock grazing, wildlife habitat, mineral extraction, timber harvesting, spiritual uses and so on.

I will read you a series of statements about the role of the Forest Service for you to rate on a scale of one to five, with one meaning strongly disagree and five meaning strongly agree.



A role of the Forest Service should be to…

1. Expand access for motorized off-highway vehicles on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, snowmobiling or 4-wheel driving).



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



2. Develop and maintain continuous trail systems that cross both public and private land for motorized vehicles such as snowmobiles or ATVs.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



3. Develop and maintain continuous trail systems that cross both public and private land for non-motorized recreation such as hiking or cross-country skiing.

Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



4. Designate some existing recreation trails on National Forests and Grasslands for specific use (for example, creating separate trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, or for mountain biking and horseback riding).



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



5. Develop new paved roads on National Forests and Grasslands for access for cars and recreational vehicles.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



6. Designate more wilderness areas on National Forests and Grasslands that stops access for development and motorized uses.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



7. Conserve and protect National Forests and Grasslands that support water resources, such as streams, lakes, and watershed areas.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



8. Preserve the natural resources of our National Forests and Grasslands through such policies as no timber harvesting or no mining.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



9. Protect ecosystems and wildlife habitats on National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



10. Preserve the ability to have a 'wilderness' experience on National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



11. Preserve the cultural uses of National Forests and Grasslands by Native Americans and Native Hispanics such as fire wood gathering, herb/berry/plant gathering, and ceremonial access.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



12. Provide natural resources from National Forests and Grasslands to support communities dependent on grazing, mining, or timber harvesting.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



13. Restricting mining, oil drilling, and other mineral removals on National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



14. Restrict timber harvesting and grazing on National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



15. Making it easier to get permits for some established uses of public land such as mining, grazing, logging, and commercial recreation.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



16. Develop a national policy that guides natural resource development of all kinds on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, the amount of timber cut or barrels of oil pumped, and the regulation of environmental impacts).



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



17. Expand commercial recreation on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, ski areas, guide services, or outfitters).



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree

18. Develop volunteer programs to improve National Forests and Grasslands (for example, planting trees, or improving water quality).



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



19. Develop volunteer programs to maintain trails and facilities on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, trail maintenance, or campground maintenance).



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



20. Inform the public about recreation concerns on National Forests and Grasslands such as safety, trail etiquette, and respect for wildlife.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



21. Inform the public on the potential environmental impacts of all uses associated with National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



22. Inform the public on the economic value received by developing our natural resources.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



23. Encourage collaboration between groups in order to share information concerning uses of National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



24. Use public advisory committees to advise on public land management issues.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



25. Allow for diverse uses of National Forests and Grasslands such as grazing, recreation, and wildlife habitat.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



26. Make management decisions about National Forests and Grasslands at the local level rather than at the national level.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



27. Increase the total number of acres in the National Forest and Grassland system.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



28. Collect an entrance fee to support National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree

29. Increase law enforcement on National Forests and Grasslands.



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree



30. Trade public lands for private lands (for example, to eliminate private property within public land boundaries, or to acquire unique areas of land).



Strongly Strongly

Disagree 1 2 3 4 5 Agree





ATTITUDES TOWARD FOREST SERVICE MANAGEMENT MODULE



We are interested in how you feel the Forest Service is doing at managing National Forests and Grasslands. These lands have many different uses including motorized and non-motorized recreation, preservation, livestock grazing, wildlife habitat, mineral extraction, timber harvesting, spiritual uses and so on.

I will read you a series of statements on several different topics for you to rate on a scale of one to five, with one meaning very unfavorable and five meaning very favorable.



Rate how you feel the Forest Service is doing at…



1. Expanding access for motorized off-highway vehicle use on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, snowmobiling or 4-wheel driving).



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



2. Developing and maintaining continuous trail systems that cross both public and private land for motorized vehicles such as snowmobiles or ATVs.

Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



3. Developing and maintaining continuous trail systems that cross both public and private land for non-motorized recreation such as hiking or cross-country skiing.

Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



4. Designating some existing recreation trails for specific use (for example, creating separate trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, or for mountain biking and horseback riding).



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



5. Developing new paved roads on National Forests and Grasslands for access for cars and recreational vehicles.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



6. Designating more wilderness areas on National Forests and Grasslands that stops access for development and motorized uses.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



7. Conserving and protecting National Forests and Grasslands that support water resources, such as streams, lakes, and watershed areas.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



8. Preserving the natural resources of National Forests and Grasslands through such policies as no timber harvesting or no mining.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



9. Protecting ecosystems and wildlife habitats.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



10. Preserving the ability to have a 'wilderness' experience on National Forests and Grasslands.

Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



11. Preserving the cultural uses of National Forests and Grasslands by Native Americans and Native Hispanics such as fire wood gathering, herb/berry/plant gathering, and ceremonial access.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



12. Providing natural resources from National Forests and Grasslands to support communities dependent on grazing, timber harvesting, or mining.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



13. Restricting mining, oil drilling, and other mineral removals on National Forests and Grasslands.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



14. Restricting timber harvesting and grazing on National Forests and Grasslands.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



15. Making it easier to get permits for some established uses of National Forests and Grasslands such as grazing, logging, mining, and commercial recreation.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



16. Developing a national policy that guides natural resource development of all kinds on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, the amount of timber cut or barrels of oil pumped, and the regulation of environmental impacts).



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



17. Expanding commercial recreation on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, ski areas, guide services, or outfitters).



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



18. Developing volunteer programs to improve National Forests and Grasslands (for example, planting trees, improving water quality).



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



19. Developing volunteer programs to maintain trails and facilities on National Forests and Grasslands (for example, trail maintenance, or campground maintenance).



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



20. Informing the public about recreation concerns on National Forests and Grasslands such as safety, trail etiquette, and respect for wildlife.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



21. Informing the public on the potential environmental impacts of all uses associated with National Forests and Grasslands.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



22. Informing the public on the economic value received by developing our natural resources.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



23. Encouraging collaboration between groups in order to share information concerning uses of National Forests and Grasslands.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



24. Using public advisory committees to advise on National Forests and Grasslands management issues.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



25. Allowing for diverse uses of National Forests and Grasslands such as grazing, recreation, and wildlife habitat.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



26. Making management decisions about National Forests and Grasslands at the local level rather than at the national level.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



27. Increasing the total number of acres in the National Forests and Grasslands system.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



28. Collecting an entry fee to support National Forests and Grasslands.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



29. Increasing law enforcement on National Forests and Grasslands.



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable



30. Trading public lands for private lands (for example, to eliminate private property within public land boundaries, or to acquire unique areas of land).



Very Very

unfavorable 1 2 3 4 5 favorable





PRIVATE LAND OWNERSHIP MODULE



Interviewer: Many people own land in the country outside of the city and some use it as a place for outdoor recreation.



Ownership.1 Do you own any parcels of land in a rural area that is 5 or more acres in size?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No (Skip rest of this module) 4. DK, NA



Ownership.2 How many total acres of rural land do you own?



1. Record acres

2. R

3. DK,NA



Ownership.3 Is your primary residence on this land you own?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Ownership 4. Is your land part of a subdivision with other homes nearby on tracts of less than 10 acres on average?



1)Yes (skip rest of this module)

2)No

3)R

4)DK/NA

5)

Ownership.5 Do you use your rural land for outdoor recreation activities?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Ownership.6 During the past 12 months, about how many times did you use your land for outdoor recreation activities?



1. Record number of times

2. R

3. DK,NA



Ownership .7 Which outdoor activities did you participate in on your land during the last 12 months?



1. Record activities

2. R

3. DK/NA



Ownership.8 Which of these activities was the major activity for you?



1. Record activity

2. R

3. DK/NA





LIFESTYLE INDICATORS MODULE



Lifestyle.1 Next I would like to read a list of activities and interests that help to describe Americans' lifestyles. If the activity or interest is part of your lifestyle, please respond "yes". If it is not part of your lifestyle, respond "no".



[Italics indicates it is a candidate for deletion from either Ken or Carter]



CORE ENVIRONMENTAL QUESTIONS-NSRE 2000



Interviewer Read: Next we would like to ask your opinions about the environment.



1a. First, I am going to list 5 issues. Please tell me which one of these issues most concerns you. (The order of the items below are to be randomized at each application.)



(The interviewer reads the list)

• Reducing the public debt

• Reducing crime

• Saving social security

• Protecting and improving the natural environment

• Reforming the health system

• DK/NA

• Refused



1b. After (read the one they picked), which one next most concerns you?



• Reducing the public debt

• Reducing crime

• Saving social security

• Protecting and improving the natural environment

• Reforming the health system

• DK/NA

• Refused



2. We are faced with many problems in this country, none of which can be solved easily or inexpensively. With this in mind, do you think we're spending too much, too little or about the right amount of money on protecting and improving the environment?



• Too much

• Too little

• About the right amount

• DK/NA

• Refused



3. There are differing opinions about how far we've gone in this country with environmental protection laws and regulations. At present, do you think our environmental laws and regulations have gone too far, not far enough, or have struck about the right balance?



• Too far

• Not far enough

• About the right balance

• DK/NA

• Refused



4. The state and federal parks and forests in this country are to be managed for the benefit of current and future generations. What do you think the management and use of these public parks and forests should emphasize?



• Improving their natural conditions, such as wildlife, water and scenery

• Developing commercial opportunities such as timber, tourism and mining

• Balancing natural conditions and commercial opportunities about equally

• DK/NA

• Refused



5. How satisfied are you with the level of environmental protection in your state? Are you very satisfied, somewhat satisfied, not too satisfied, or not at all satisfied?



• Very satisfied

• Somewhat satisfied

• Not too satisfied

• Not at all satisfied

• DK/NA

• Refused



6. How serious a problem do you think the amount of commercial development and traffic is in the area where you live? Is it very serious, somewhat serious, not too serious, or not at all serious?



• Very serious

• Somewhat serious

• Not too serious

• Not at all serious

• DK/NA

• Refused



7. We would like to get your opinion on a wide range of environmental issues. For each issue I will read, tell me if you strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, or strongly disagree. (Circle DK if don't know and DU if they don't understand).



(The order of the items below are to be randomized at each application.)



a. Human skill and resources will insure that we do not make the earth unliveable.

SA A N D SD DK DU



b. Humans are severely abusing the environment.

SA A N D SD DK DU



c. Humans have the right to modify the natural environment to suit their needs.

SA A N D SD DK DU



d. Humans were meant to rule over nature.

SA A N D SD DK DU



e. Humans will eventually learn enough about how nature works to be able to control it.

SA A N D SD DK DU



f. If things continue on their present course, we will soon experience a major ecological catastrophe.

SA A N D SD DK DU



g. The balance of nature is delicate and easily upset.

SA A N D SD DK DU



h. The so-called "environmental crisis" has been greatly exaggerated.

SA A N D SD DK DU



i. We are approaching the limit to the number of people this earth can support.

SA A N D SD DK DU



j. When humans interfere with nature, it often produces disastrous consequences.

SA A N D SD DK DU





DEMOGRAPHICS MODULE



FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES, I NEED TO ASK YOU A FEW QUESTIONS ABOUT YOURSELF. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ALL INFORMATION IS CONFIDENTIAL.



Q559 What city do you live in?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R

D. DK, NA



Q560 What is your zip code?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. R.

D. DK, NA



Q563 How long have you lived in your current community, town or city?

YEARS **** MONTHS *** (If greater than 3 years then skip to Q567)



C. R -->SKIP TO Q567

D. DK, NA--> SKIP TO Q567



Q565 Approximately how far away was your previous residence?



<enter miles> or

99995. 9,995 miles or greater

99997. Refused

99998. Don't know

99999. NA





[Note: ERS has a series of yes/no questions about why people moved that will follow Q565. They are only interested if the previous residence was >25 miles, but they might want to know about movers beyond the previous 3 years. Need to check with Hellerstein. Need to program those questions to turn on for the ERS responses. However, we may wish to use the closed-ended questions instead of the open-ended question which follows. CJB 2/26/99]





Q565a Why did you move from your previous residence?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

Q567 What is your age?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** C. DK, NA

Q569 Record sex <ask only if unsure>



1. Male 3. R

2. Female 4. DK, NA



Q569a Are you Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish origin?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No --> skip to Q570 4. DK, NA



Q572 ... which best describes your ethnic origin?



1. Mexican 6. R

2. Puerto Rican 7. DK, NA

3. Cuban

4. South or Central American

5. Other <SPECIFY>





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Note: Following are new definitions for race and ethnicity from OMB, dated 10/30/97, Federal Register (www.whitehouse.gov/OMB/fedreg/ombdir15.html). Listed here in case clarification is needed during the telephone interviews.



Revisions to the Standards for the Classification of Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity



SUMMARY: By this Notice, OMB is announcing its decision concerning the revision of Statistical Policy Directive No. 15, Race and Ethnic Standards for Federal Statistics and Administrative Reporting.



The minimum categories for data on race and ethnicity for Federal statistics, program administrative reporting, and civil rights compliance reporting are defined as follows:



-- American Indian or Alaska Native. A person having origins in any of the original peoples of North and South America (including Central America), and who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment.



-- Asian. A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.



-- Black or African American. A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. Terms such as "Haitian" or "Negro" can be used in addition to "Black or African American."



-- Hispanic or Latino. A person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The term, "Spanish origin," can be used in addition to "Hispanic or Latino."



-- Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands.



-- White. A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa.



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Q570 What race or races do you consider yourself to be? <respondents may select more than one race>



1. White -->skip to Q571b 6. Refused

2. Black or African American -->skip to Q571b 7. DK/NA

3. American Indian or Alaska Native >skip to Q571b

4. Asian-->ask Q571

5. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander-->skip to Q571a



Q571 ... as an Asian, which best describes your ethnic origin?



1. Chinese 8. Refused

2. Filipino 9. Don't Know

3. Korean

4. Vietnamese

5. Japanese

6. (Asian) Indian

7. Other <SPECIFY>

Q571a ... as a Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, which best describes your ethnic origin?



1. Hawaiian 5. Refused

2. Samoan 6. Don't Know

3. Guamanian

4. Other <SPECIFY>



Q571b Were you born in the United States?



1. Yes --> skip to Q573 3. R

2. No --> ask Q571c 4. DK, NA



Q571c What year did you come to live in the United States?



A. ENTER RESPONSE B. R

C. DK, NA



Q573 What is the highest degree or level of school that you have completed?



1. 8th grade or less

2. 9th - 11th grade

3. High school graduate <or GED>

4. Some college <or technical/trade school>, but did not graduate

5. Associate's <or technical/trade school> degree (AA or AS)

6. Bachelor's degree (BA, AB, BS)

7. Master's degree

8. Professional degree (e.g., MD, DDS, DVM, JD)

Q574 Are you currently employed?



1. Yes-> ask Q575 3. R -->skip to Q576

2. No -->skip to Q576 4. DK, NA -->skip to Q576



Q575 ... is that full-time or part-time?



1. Full-time <go to Q575a> 3. R <go to Q576>

2. Part-time <go to Q575a> 4. DK, NA <go to Q576>





Q575a How many hours per week do you work?



A. ENTER RESPONSE **** <if Q575=1, go to Q579; if Q575=2, go to Q576>

Q576 Are you retired?



1. Yes 3. R

2. No 4. DK, NA



Q577 Are you a student?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q578 Are you a full-time homemaker?



1. Yes 3. R

2. NO 4. DK, NA



Q579 About how many hours of leisure time do you have each week? This is time you can spend doing things like relaxing, watching TV, playing sports, doing outdoor recreation, going to movies or concerts, getting together with friends and family, and so forth.



A. ENTER RESPONSE ****

D. R, DK, NA



When answering the next few questions about your household, please count yourself.



Q580 Including yourself, how many people live in your household? Include boarders or other non-family members.



A. ENTER RESPONSE C. R <go to Q592>

B. DK, NA <go to Q592>



If respondent answers "1" to Q580 then skip to Q592



Q583 How many of these (number from 580) people are members of your family?



A. ENTER RESPONSE C. R

D. DK, NA



Q586 How many of these (number from 580) people are 16 years of age or older?



A. ENTER RESPONSE C. R

D. DK, NA



IF Q586=Q583, THEN SKIP Q589



Q589 How many of these (number from 580) people are 6 years of age or younger?



A. ENTER RESPONSE C. R

D. DK, NA



Q592 How many motor vehicles do the people in your household own or lease?



ENTER RESPONSE *** OR 95. 95 or more

97. R, DK, NA





[Note: Insert ERS questions here about hours worked per week for a subset of about 3000 individuals who answered one of the 'contingent behavior' questions in the ERS/EPA modules]





Q593a Finally, I would like to ask about your income for last year, both total family income and your own personal income. First, counting all sources, such as wages, salaries, dividends, rents, royalties, etc., what was your total family income before taxes to the nearest $1,000?



A. ENTER RESPONSE -->skip to Q593c C. R-> answer Q593b

D. DK, NA



Q593b Would you be willing to tell us which range your income was in?



1. $4,999 or less 12. R,DK,NA

2. $5,000 to $9,999

3. $10,000 to $14,999

4. $15,000 to $19,999

5. $20,000 to $24,999

6. $25,000 to $34,999

7. $35,000 to $49,999

8. $50,000 to $74,999

9. $75,000 to $99,999

10. $100,000 to 149,999

11. $150,000 or more



[ERS does NOT need Q593c and Q593d.]



Q593c Second, counting all sources, what was your own, personal income last year before taxes?



A. ENTER RESPONSE *** C. R-> answer Q593d

D. DK, NA



Q593d Would you be willing to tell us which range your income was in?



1. $4,999 or less 12. R,DK,NA

2. $5,000 to $9,999

3. $10,000 to $14,999

4. $15,000 to $19,999

5. $20,000 to $24,999

6. $25,000 to $34,999

7. $35,000 to $49,999

8. $50,000 to $74,999

9. $75,000 to $99,999

10. $100,000 to 149,999

11. $150,000 or more





Refusal Questions



Q594 Thank you, So that I may complete my report on calls we make, can I ask you two quick questions?



1. Yes 3. R -->GO TO Q599

2. No -->GO TO Q599 4. DK, NA -->GO TO Q599





Q594a In the past 12 months, did you participate in one or more of the following outdoor recreation activities-hiking, camping, fishing, or swimming?



1. yes 3. R

2. no 4. Dk, Na



Q596 What is your age?



A. Enter Response C. R

D. DK, NA



Interviewer DO NOT ASK THIS QUESTION JUST CODE THE APPROPRIATE ANSWER. IF UNSURE THEN CODE AS DON'T KNOW



Q598 SEX



1. MALE

2. FEMALE

3. R

4. DK, NA



Q599 THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME.



Q600 Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.



Q601 Now I need to set-up a time to call the disabled member of your household

(16 years or older)



first name_______________________________

END

1. Question numbers in italics have been added for NSRE 2000. These were not included in NSRE 1995. Question numbers underlined have been modified in wording for NSRE 2000 and differ from the question used in NSRE 1995. Question numbers in bold are under consideration for deletion from NSRE 2000. Throughout, whether questions are deleted or whether other changes have been instituted, the question numbers will remain AS THEY WERE in NSRE 1995. The only exception will be for questions added in NSRE 2000 that were not in the preceding survey. All these are shown italicized. Contingency questions are indented in this instrument to indicate that they are a conditional follow-up to a previous question. Outdoor recreation activities are in bold so that they will stand out.

2. To reduce clutter in the following questions, both of these situations are indicated by "<randomly selected activity>".