Survey master questions

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At least two good meals a day
A substantial meal at least once a day
Cooked breakfast most days
Breakfast every day
A cooked main meal
During the last fortnight was there ever a day (i.e. from getting up to going to bed) when you did not have a substantial meal due to lack of money?
Cannot afford to buy the food the family needs
Not having (or hardly) the means to buy basic food (bread, milk, apples, potatoes, vegetables)
Never having to go without food or having insufficient food because of lack of money
Sufficient baby milk (1-10)
Meat or fish or chicken or vegetarian equivalent at least once a day
Meat every day
Meat or fish or chicken or vegetarian equivalent at least each second day
Access to animal protein 3 times a week
Meat once a week
Able to eat meat
Fresh seafood once a month
Fruits at least once a day
Fresh fruits at least once a week
Healthy foods
Family members cannot afford nutritious food to regain good health after serious illness
Dinner of cheap and low nutrition food no more than once a week (eg canned food, instant noodles or cookies)
Able to eat non-meat food
A special meal once a week
Have at least 2 big traction animals
Live chickens
Have at least four outfits
Having 3 pairs of socks/stockings in good repair
Have clothes for all household members
Buy clothes when needed
At least four pairs of trousers (aged 11-17)
At least seven pairs of new underpants (0-10)
Enough warm clothes for cold weather
Warm clothes and bedding if its cold
Warm jacket/coat
Some new clothes every year
Some new clothes
One or two pieces of new clothes in a year
New clothes in a month
Having mostly new, not second hand clothes
Some new, not all clothes are old ones from siblings
Younger siblings having to wear elder siblings' old clothes
Buy new underwear once a year
All clothes are cheap merchandise
Able to buy at least 2 sets of new cloth for each of all household members per year
A pair of shoes that fit properly
Warm, properly fitting shoes
Two pairs of shoes in good repair and suitable for everyday use
Do [you/you and each member of your household] have at least two pairs of properly fitting footwear including a pair of suitable winter footwear?
Three pairs of shoes
Have shoes for all household members
Properly fitted shoes (e.g. leather shoe and sport shoe)
Shoes can be replaced by a new pair once unfitted or worn
One set of decent clothes (e.g. for job interview / Chinese New Year celebration)
Suitable clothes for important or special occasions
Ornaments for special occasions
Trendy clothes
The right kind of clothes to fit in with children of the same age
Having sufficient clothes for various occasions
Wrist watch
School uniforms of correct size every year
All school uniform and equipment required (e.g. Books, pens, etc.)
New school clothes when needed for school-aged children (aged 5-17)
Visit to a health facility when ill and all the medication prescribed to treat the illness
A visit to a health facility when ill and all the medication prescribed to treat the illness
To be able to see a doctor when needed
Women medics available to care for women in health clinics
Doctor visiting the house when sick
Able to visit doctor even if there is no money
Able to see a doctor when ill and have family members taking care of me
Medical care when required
Afford health care and medication when ill
Able to consult private doctor when you are sick
Family members only able to consult a doctor in a government clinic
Able to consult a private doctor in an emergency without waiting for public outpatients service
Have health insurance for all household members
Access to a bulk-billing doctor (Medicare)
Access to local doctor or hospital
Access to formal healthcare centre
Able to pay for health care without selling any property (chronic disease is not included)
Able to consult Chinese medicine practitioner when you are sick and purchase prescribed medicines
Medical screenings for timely detection of diseases
X-ray and laboratory tests (Doctor recommended)
No unmet needs for consulting a GP or specialist, excluding dentists and ophthalmologists
Health products such as glasses, artificial teeth and hearing aids
Disability support services when needed
Aged care for frail older people
Someone to look after you if you are sick and need help
Being able to take care of yourself when sick
Access to mental health services, if needed
Domestic medicine cabinet
Regular dental check-up once a year
Regular dental check-ups
To be able to see a dentist when needed
A yearly dental check up for children aged over 3
Can pay for spectacles if needed
Regular eye check once a year and able to afford spectacles if needed
National health insurance
Afford personal needs (soap, haircare etc)
Having personal care items, such as razors or feminine hygiene products
Able to have a hot shower in cold winter
Able to buy cleaning products (soap, wax, etc.)
Being able to get a professional haircut every one or two months
Car (16)
A motor vehicle
Have a mini tractor
Do not have to take the underground
Good and convenient public transport in the area/neighbourhood
A train or bus station within 1 km of my home
Access to public transport
Afford taxi/ bus/ pickup/ motorbike with passenger seat/ other motorised vehicle to work
A bus to take children to and from school
Able to travel to and from hospital by taxi when needed
Are [you/you and your household] always able to get around your community, either by having a car or by taking the bus or equivalent mode of transportation?
Able to take a taxi/bus/minibus if necessary
Transportation costs to see friends, family, relatives
Visiting hometown if needed
Have access to taxi service from village to provincial town
Road for vehicle use within one hour walk of home
A small amount of money to spend on yourself
Money to spend on sweets or snacks
Rewards (money or products)
Having to reduce miscellaneous expense such as smoking, drinking, playing mahjong
Enough money to be able to save quite a lot of money
Regular savings (of at least XX a month) for rainy days
Having regular savings of at least XX a month for the family
Up to $xx (amount to be filled in) in savings for an emergency
At least $xx (amount to be filled in) in savings for an emergency
Have less than XX in savings
Pay an unexpected, but necessary, expense of £xxx
Can your household afford an unexpected expense of (xxx) without borrowing?
Avoid arrears (in mortgage, rent, utility bills and debt repayments)
Enough money to pay school fees for children
Enough money to take children to a medical facility when sick
Access to a bank or building society
Access to bank loan
Have life insurance (eg for death, accidents, illness, etc.)
Comprehensive motor vehicle insurance
New Year’s celebration (such as Osechi – a special meal for the New Year’s Day)
Celebrations on special occasions, such as birthdays, Christmas or religious festivals
Celebrations on special occasions (birthdays, Christmas, religious events, etc.)
Celebrating birthdays
Celebrating/marking significant days such as weddings, birthdays, anniversary of death
Visit relatives and friends on traditional festivals
Able to initiate at leat one ceremnoy per year
A meal out with friends or family at least once a month
Whole family able to eat out once a week
Inviting a friend out for tea once a week
Invite friends home at least once a month
Visits or invitations to friends (aged 11-17)
A meal out with friends at least once a month
Dining out with family members at least twice a year
Go out with friends or family for leisure activities at least once a month (e.g. watching movie, taking part in sport activities)
Go out with friends/class mates once a week
Play outside (e.g. park) with friends at least once a week
Play with peer group at least once a week
Play with at least three friends
Staying with family or friends during the last 12 months
Visits to friends or relatives
A meal in a restaurant once a week
At least having a meal in a decent restaurant once a month
A meal in a restaurant once a month
Eating out 2 or 3 times a month
Go to a teahouse sometimes in leisure time
Eat out with family at least once a month
A meal at a fast food chain
Can your whole household afford to go for a week's annual holiday, away from home, including stays in second dwelling or with friends/relatives?
A holiday away from home for five days once a year
Holiday away from home once a yesar with family
Family trip of more than one night at least once a year
Have leisure activities in the holidays
Participate in at least one extra-curricular camp activity during the winter and summer holidays
A morning, afternoon or evening out in the last fortnight
Go to movies or theatre
Pay your way when out with family or friends
Did you have a morning, afternoon or evening out in the last fortnight, for your entertainment (something that cost money)?
Having a day trip within the country (e.g. driving, pilgrimage)
Joining activities held by community, organisation or club (e.g. elderly club)
A family day trip at least four times a year
Travel with family at least five days a year
Attending church, mosque, synagogue or other places of worship
Go to KTV or Karaoke
Shopping at bookshop or toy store
One hour of physical exercise a day
Regular leisure activities (swimming, playing instrument, Taekwondo, etc.)
Extra-curricular lessons such as music, dance, drawing
Watch tv each day
Presents for family or friends at least once a year
Buying presents for immediate family or close friends at least once a year
Can offer a gift or money on occasion of wedding
Presents for friends or relatives while visiting them
Give gifts to someone outside the home
Buy some small gifts for family or friends at least once a year?
Xmas present
A domestic worker
Radio (2)
Pay TV (4)
A public telephone
Mobile phone for children aged 10 or older
A mobile phone
Fax machine
Computer with internet
Access to the internet
Computer and internet for school work
Computer games
A games console
Heating in at least one room of the house
Adequate heating when its cold
When it is cold, able to keep at least one room in the house adequately warm
Electric heater
Have at least one window at home
Piped water to the home
Water pump
Well with well head
Have one hand pumpmwell at home
Access to potable water within 15 minutes's walk
Water source within 1 hour walk of household
Have a battery (for lighting or tv)
Electric lights
Having sufficient water, electricity and fuel
Facilities inside the home and no need to share with other families ( e.g. kitchen, toilet, bathroom, water heater)
Toilet – built of stone
Have one toilet at home
Built latrine
Bath, not shared with another household
A second bathroom (with shower or bath)
At least two bathooms
Secure locks on doors and windows
Burglar bars in the house
A fence or wall around the property
A home with doors and windows that are secure
An armed response service for the house
Streets that are safe to walk in at night
A lock-up garage or carport
Separate bedrooms for adults and children
Child’s own room
Own room for children over 10 of different sexes
Partitioning for every child over 10 of different sex to have his/her own space
A separate bedroom for each child aged over 10
Bedroom for every child of different sex over 11 years
Have partitioning in the home
Bedroom different from dining room
Enough rooms so that family members don't have to sleep in the living room over a long period
Have sufficient living space at home with no need to stay in bed all day
Some land for cultivation
Have a big homestead land (20mX40m=800m2)
Have at least 1 ha rice cultivated land
A local park or play area for children
Is your house of apartment free of unwanted pests, such as cockroaches, mice or bedbugs
A decent and secure home
Quality of housing
A house that is strong enough to stand up to the weather e.g. rain, winds etc
Stone built house
Have a wooden-wall house
Have a concrete- wall house
Have safe living environment without structural dangers
To be able to buy one's own home
Own house/home
Be a homeowner
Beds and bedding for everyone in the household
Bedding for everyone in the household
Beds for everyone in the household
Bedding for self (aged 11-17)
Table and chairs made of good wood
Furniture for Living Room
Wardrobe in bedroom
Two compartment wooden wardrobe
Have one wooden wardrobe
Bureau or bedside table
Durable furniture
Furniture in reasonable condition
Household furniture
Study desk
A desk lamp or sufficient light
Enough money to repair or replace any worn out furniture
Being able to afford to repair or buy bathroom accessories
A refrigerator
An air-conditioner
Have a big fan using electricity
Have a fridge, washing machine and air conditioner
Fuel-efficient stove/Improved Cooking Stove
Three-stone stove
Rice cooker
Wooden rice chest
Blender/Food processor
Dish dryer
To be able to replace broken pots and pans for cooking
Cooking utensils
A fan
Air cooler
Vacuum cleaner
Clothes dryer
Electric iron
Charger light
Have at least one long knife
Have at least one big axe
A spear
Have mosquito nets for all household members
Have at least one large water jar (300 to 500 litres)
Sewing machine
A hoe
Able to attend evening classes
Be able to attend vocational training
Access to adult learning
Be able to send all children to school
Provide for children's education
Able to send children to school to at least grade 7
Attend school until at least year 12 or equivalent
Start work after 9 years of free education even if academic achievemnets are good
Education up to University or equivalent
Attend kindergarten or nursery for pre-school aged children
Participate in school trips and school events
Children can participate in school activities and outings
Children can participate in extra-curriculum school activities
After school class
Children can participate in school outings
Particpation in Breakfast or after-school club
Parents/carers able to visit children's school on special occasions, such as school day
Up to date schoolbooks and new school clothes
School lunch box
New schoolbag
Books at home suitable for their ages (including reference and story books)
Uo to date schoolbooks when needed for school-age children (aged 5-17)
Extra-curricular reading materials every six months on average
A dictionary
Educational games (e.g. chess)
Tutorial lessons after school
Tutorial lessons after school at least once a week (during term time)
Home tutor
Toys or materials for a hobby
Toys (for primary school children)
Toys and games (aged 0 -10)
Construction toys such as Duplo or Lego
An i-pod/i-pod games/video games (aged 11-17)
Tarred roads close to the house
Street lighting
A neighbourhood without smoke or smog in the air
No air, noise or other environmental pollution nearby
A clean environment with no unpleasant odours
A neighbourhood without rubbish/refuse/garbage in the streets
Child care for working parents
A library
A community hall
A swimming pool
A sports oval
A chemist
A post office
A corner shop
A convenience/grocery store within 1 km of home
A clinic or hospital within 2 km of home
A pub
Have leisure and sports facilities in your neighbourhood
Have public place to gather with neighbours and friends in your neighbourhood
Have access to vaccination service for cattle regularly
Access to natural resources within an hour's walk of home

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