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A. Do you happen to jog, or not? Yes No b. On the average, how far do you usually jog in terms of miles or fractions of miles? ________ miles Source: Gallup, 1978. 3. Questions on Health Care. 1. During the last year, how many times did you see or talk to a medical doctor? times 2. Is there one particular person or place where you usually go for health care? Yes No (Skip to Q. ) 3. Have you been using this person or place as your usual source of health care for . . Less than 6 months 6 months to 1 year More than 1 year but less than 3 years 3 to 5 years, or More than 5 years?
For example, most surveys ask about the educational level of the respondent. ” with three or four response categories may well serve the purpose. If, however, the purposes of your survey require that the educational level of the population be precisely estimated, you would need considerably more detail about education—making distinctions, for example, between degrees granted and years of education started but not completed. Because the way in which questions are asked is intimately tied to the purposes of the survey, there is no “standard” way to ask about personal characteristics, such as education and income.
Nevertheless, virtually all respondents were able to answer these questions, and the answers were sufﬁciently accurate to distinguish between respondents who had medical care readily available, those who had difﬁculty in obtaining care, and those who had no source of care. 2. Questions on Exercise. 1. Aside from any work you do here at home or at a job, do you do anything regularly—that is, on a daily basis—that helps you keep physically ﬁt? Yes No 2. a. Do you happen to jog, or not? Yes No b. On the average, how far do you usually jog in terms of miles or fractions of miles?