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									M0048 Project Future – April 04 SHOW CARD W1 W1.

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Wellbeing Index/Quality of Life

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I am going to read out some things that people have said to us. For each statement I’d like you to tell me whether it: 1. 2. 3. Strongly applies to you Applies to you Doesn’t apply to you.

You can just call out the number ROTATE ORDER OF STATEMENTS RECORD ONE ANSWER FOR EACH STATEMENT

1 STRONGLY APPLIES TO ME a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v. w. x. y. All members of this household have a warm and comfortable place to sleep I might want lots of things but I actually do have most of the things I need I feel that I have no power or control over my own life I have savings and investments I worry about my financial well-being when I’m old I have family and friends who will look after me when I’m old or sick In this household I am free to say what I think about things like religion or politics My religion has an important place in my life Sometimes I feel quite frightened I feel that important people in my life respect and value me In this household we often go to bed at night feeling hungry Most of my satisfaction in life comes from being with my family I have good access to healthcare and medical attention when and if I need it I feel safe and secure in my home In this household we have access to good education I believe that people like me can always find work or get a job It is important to me that I honour and respect my ancestors I don’t feel I really belong – I want to be more accepted I am always looking for ways to express my creativity I often feel sick/unwell I have a varied life with lots of different activities I always try to uphold the traditions of my people I make sacrifices now for the future I find it very exciting to be living in a time of so much change I feel happy and satisfied with my life

2 APPLIES TO ME

3 DOES NOT APPLY TO ME NOT SURE DON’T KNOW

M0048 Project Future – April 04 E1. Do you have electricity in your home? SINGLE ANSWER IF “YES” IN E1, ASK E2 & E3, ELSE ASK E4

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Electricity Section

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E2.

Which of the following applies to you? (READ OUT) SINGLE ANSWER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. You are billed - receive an account You buy pre-paid cards You have a generator, solar panels or use a car battery You get your electricity as part of your rent You get your electricity via bridging, tapping or khanyisa Don’t know

E3.

Who supplies your electricity? (READ OUT) SINGLE ANSWER Eskom Local authority / municipality Other Don’t know

ASK ALL E4. Have you heard of any… (READ OUT)? Ø SINGLE ANSWER PER STATEMENT Yes E4a. E4b. Devices, such as solar panels that enable you to produce your own electricity Devices that you can use in your home to save energy and lower your electricity bill No D/K

E5. Ø

Bearing in mind that there would be costs to buy and install each of these, would you be interested in getting…(READ OUT)? SINGLE ANSWER PER STATEMENT Yes E5a. E5b. Solar panels Energy saving devices (long-life light bulbs/globes, ripple control geysers) No

IF ‘YES’ IN E5A, ASK E6, ELSE ASK E7

E6.

Would you like to have solar panels… (READ OUT)? Ø SINGLE ANSWER In addition to electricity from a supplier Instead of electricity from a supplier Don’t know

M0048 Project Future – April 04 ASK ALL SHOW CARD E7 E7.

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Electricity Section

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Most of our electricity comes from power stations, which burn coal. How much extra would you be prepared to pay for electricity that was generated from a clean source like wind, water / hydro, solar or other renewable sources? You can just call out the number Ø SINGLE ANSWER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Nothing – no extra Up to R10 per month R11 – R20 per month R21 – R50 per month R51- R100 per month R101 – R200 per month R201 or more per month Don’t know

E8.

Would you use gas in your home even if you had access to electricity? Ø SINGLE ANSWER YES IF “YES” IN E1, ASK E9-E12, ELSE SKIP TO E13 NO DON’T KNOW

E9.

If you had a choice of another supplier for your electricity would you change / switch? Ø SINGLE ANSWER YES NO DON’T KNOW

E10.

If your electricity supplier also provided telephone, and Internet services (where you would just pay one bill to one company each month), would you consider using such a service? Ø SINGLE ANSWER YES NO DON’T KNOW

E11.

If you were given a device that allowed you to read your electricity meter yourself and then pay your bills electronically and automatically would you use it? Ø SINGLE ANSWER YES NO DON’T KNOW

E12.

If this same device also enabled you to receive reminders about your electricity account or useful energy saving tips, would you use it? Ø SINGLE ANSWER YES NO DON’T KNOW

ASK ALL E13. Would you be prepared to do without electricity for certain hours during the day on several days a week, and in return be rewarded with special prices for your general electricity consumption? Ø SINGLE ANSWER YES NO DON’T KNOW

M0048 Project Future – April 04 IF ‘’YES” IN E13, ASK E14 & E15, ELSE SKIP TO C1 SHOW CARD E14 E14.

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Electricity Section

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How much would you need to save on your electricity bill to be part of this programme? Just call out the number Ø SINGLE ANSWER 1. Up to R10 per month

2. R11 – R20 per month 3. R21 – R50 per month 4. R51 – R100 per month 5. R101 – R200 per month 6. R201 – R500 per month 7. R501 or more per month Don’t know

E15.

Would you be prepared to do without electricity from … (READ OUT)? Ø ONE ANSWER FOR EACH OPTION

5-9 in the morning 5-9 at night

YES

NO

DON’T KNOW

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Cellular Phone Section

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How many, if any cellphones do you have in use in this household – this includes your own cellphone(s) or those owned / used by other members of this household?

RECORD ACTUAL NUMBER

IF “NONE” IN C1 SKIP TO C12 C2. Do you personally own, rent or have the use of a cellphone? SINGLE ANSWER YES NO

Identify owner / main user of each cell-phone by name starting with the respondent (IF THE RESPONDENT HAS A CELLPHONE ALWAYS RECORD HIM / HER FIRST AND THEN LIST OTHER HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS ACCORDING TO AGE FROM ELDEST TO YOUNGEST – IF MORE THAN 5 CELLPHONES OMIT YOUNGEST MEMBERS). C3. How old is …… (MENTION NAME AND WRITE IN ACTUAL AGE OF EACH PERSON)? 1. Name: ………… 2. Name: ………… 3. Name: ………… 4. Name: ………… 5. Name: …………

ASK FOR EACH PHONE C4. To which network is … (NAME)’s phone connected? SINGLE ANSWER FOR EACH PHONE RESPONDENT 1 Cell C (084 / 074) MTN (083 / 073) Vodacom (082 / 072) None at present Don’t know 2Ø 3Ø 4Ø 5Ø

ASK FOR EACH PHONE C5. Is … (NAME)’s phone pre-paid or on contract? SINGLE ANSWER FOR EACH PHONE RESPONDENT 1 Pre-paid Contract Don’t know 2Ø 3Ø 4Ø 5Ø

ASK FOR EACH PHONE C6. Is this phone mainly used by … (NAME), or is it a shared phone? Ø SINGLE ANSWER FOR EACH PHONE RESPONDENT 1 Mainly this person Shared phone 2 3 4 5

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Cellular Phone Section

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IF THE RESPONDENT HAS A CELLPHONE IN C2 ASK C7-C11, OTHERWISE SKIP TO C12 C7. Thinking of the cellphone that you are using: who pays for this phone (calls and / or contract)? Ø SINGLE ANSWER

Self only Company only Self and company (have an allowance) Parents Spouse

SHOW CARD C8 C8. When do you make most of your cellphone calls? Just call out the number. Ø SINGLE ANSWER 1. 2. 3. 4. Peak (between 7 o’clock in the morning and 8 o’clock at night during the week) Off-peak during the week (after 8 at night and before 7 the next morning during the week) Off-peak during weekends (from 8 o’clock on Friday evening until 7 o’clock on Monday morning) Spread evenly between peak and off-peak Can’t say / don’t know

SHOW CARD C9 C9. When do you send most of your SMS’s? Just call out the number. Ø SINGLE ANSWER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Peak Off-peak during the week Off-peak during weekends Spread evenly between peak and off-peak Don’t send SMS’s Can’t say / don’t know

SHOW CARD C10 C10. Would you say that you … (READ OUT)? Just call out the number. Ø SINGLE ANSWER 1. 2. 3. 4. Are very careful about the times at which you call and the length of your calls Use your phone when you need to, but try to limit the length of the calls Are aware of the cost of calling, but still use your phone whenever you need to Use your phone as and when you need to - cost is not really an issue Don’t know / can’t say

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Cellular Phone Section

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If you had to start all over again, which network provider would be your first choice? (READ OUT). Ø SINGLE ANSWER Cell C (084 / 074) MTN (083 / 073) Vodacom (082 / 072) Don’t know / Can’t say

IF NO CELLPHONES IN C1 OR RESPONDENT HAS NO CELLPHONE (IN C2), ASK C12 & C13: C12. Do you intend to get a cellphone… (READ OUT)? Ø SINGLE ANSWER In the next 6 months In the next 7-12 months Not sure when but intend to get a cellphone at some stage Never – don’t want a cellphone Don’t know

C13.

Which network provider do you think you would be most likely to choose? (READ OUT) Ø SINGLE ANSWER Cell C (084 / 074) MTN (083 / 073) Vodacom (082 / 072) Don’t know / Can’t say

M0048 Project Future – April 04 READ OUT:

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SA Section

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South Africa is a country where much has changed over the last decade. Many people are proud of South Africa and believe the majority of the changes have been good for the nation and its people, whereas others believe many of the changes have negatively affected the nation or the lives of its people. We are interested in your views regarding the country, South Africa, and the place it may have in your heart and mind. There are no right or wrong answers as everyone is entitled to their own views for their own reasons. SHOW CARD S1 S1. I am going to read out a whole lot of statements that may apply to you personally or not. Here is a card which gives a range of possible answers, from the statement “applies strongly to you or what you feel or do”, to the statement “definitely does not apply to you or what you feel or do”. You can just call out the number. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Yes, it strongly applies to me Yes, it applies to me on the whole Yes it applies to me, to some extent It applies to me to some extent, but I am not sure No, it does not apply to me No, it definitely does not apply to me

HAND SHOW CARD TO RESPONDENT AND GO THROUGH THE RESPONSE OPTIONS. ENSURE THAT THE RESPONDENT UNDERSTANDS THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THEM IN TERMS OF STRENGTH OF AGREEMENT OR DISAGREEMENT WITH THE VARIOUS STATEMENTS. SINGLE ANSWER FOR EACH STATEMENT ROTATE STATEMENTS EXCEPT FOR a. AND b. WHICH MUST ALWAYS FOLLOW EACH OTHER 1 Yes it strongly applies to me a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. I feel more confident now about future prospects for South Africa than I did before the first democratic elections in 1994 I feel more confident now about future prospects for South Africa than I did a year ago When I hear people speaking negatively about South Africa I also speak negatively about the country When I hear people speaking negatively about South Africa, I argue with them about their attitude I would like to become more actively involved in making South Africa a better place for all its people I am proud to be South African I believe that all people are my brothers and sisters and equals, regardless of their race, religion and political beliefs I am aware that South Africa needs tourists and investors to help grow the country economically I feel that South Africa has the potential to become a truly wealthy and powerful nation I am willing to do whatever I can to help make South Africa a better place I am already actively involved in helping to make South Africa a better place in some way I have often personally seen or heard advertising which encourages South Africans to believe in their country and its future 2 Yes it applies to me on the whole 3 Yes it applies to me to some extent 4 It applies to me to some extent but I am not sure 5 No it does not apply to me 6 No it definitely does not apply to me

M0048 Project Future – April 04 CONTINUE TO SHOW CARD S1 S2.

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SA Section

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Here are some things that people have done to try and make our country a better place. Which, if any, do you think applies to you personally? You can just call out the number. SINGLE ANSWER FOR EACH STATEMENT 1 Yes it strongly applies to me a. b. c. d. e. f. I make an effort to help better my own or other communities I always try to purchase/buy locally manufactured/made goods if possible I have personally made some effort to alleviate poverty/ help those less fortunate than me I make an effort to speak to/ understand people of different race and language groups in South Africa I make an effort to improve my understanding and knowledge of good things happening in the country When I am with people who run the country down, I use my knowledge of the positive side of the country to try to get them to see the better picture CONTINUE TO SHOW CARD S1 2 Yes it applies to me on the whole 3 Yes it applies to me to some extent 4 It applies to me to some extent but I am not sure 5 No it does not apply to me 6 No it definitely does not apply to me

S3.

Different people say different things about South Africa. Here are some statements about our country. Which, if any, do you think applies to you personally? You can just call out the number. SINGLE ANSWER FOR EACH STATEMENT 1 Yes it strongly applies to me 2 Yes it applies to me on the whole 3 Yes it applies to me to some extent 4 It applies to me to some extent but I am not sure 5 6 No it No it does definitely not does not apply to apply to me me

a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

People in South Africa reflect a sense of Ubuntu / sense of community caring South Africans have a determination to succeed South Africans are generally warm and approachable people People in South Africa have a can-do attitude South Africans have a determination to overcome adversity South Africa is a nation of ordinary people doing extraordinary things Most South Africans believe in freedom and tolerance for all

S4.

We are now going to talk about advertising. Have you seen or heard any of the following slogans: READ OUT EACH SLOGAN AND RECORD ONE ANSWER FOR EACH Don’t Know/ Not sure

Yes a. b. c. South Africa: Alive with Possibility I can, We can, South African Proudly South African SHOW CARD S5 S5. Have you ever seen this logo? SINGLE ANSWER YES NO

No

M0048 Project Future – April 04 F1. Do you personally have any bank or savings account? SINGLE ANSWER

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Financial Section

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Yes No

GO TO F3 ASK F2 AND THEN GO TO NEXT SECTION

IF “NO” IN F1, ASK F2 AND SKIP TO NEXT SECTION SHOW CARD F2 F2. If you were to open an account at a bank, which ONE would you be most likely to choose? Just call out the number. Ø SINGLE ANSWER IF “YES” IN F1, ASK F3-F7 SHOW CARD F2 F3. With which banks do you currently have accounts? Just call out the number. MULTI MENTIONS POSSIBLE

F2 Choose 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. African Bank ABSA Bank BOE Bank of Lisbon FNB First National Bank Investec Mercantile Bank Nedbank Old Mutual Bank

F3 Currently use

10. PepBank 11. Standard Bank 12. Wesbank 13. SA Home Loans 14. Other None / won’t open a bank account SHOW CARD F4 F4. Which of the following do you have? Just call out the number. MULTI MENTIONS POSSIBLE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Savings Account ATM Card Credit Card Garage/ Petrol Card Cheque Book / Current Account Overdraft Facility A housing loan/ bond/ mortgage of finance on your home Any Car or Vehicle Finance Personal Loan

M0048 Project Future – April 04 F5. SHOW CARD F2 AGAIN A. B. C. D. E.

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Financial Section

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IF SAVINGS ACCOUNT (1) IN F4: With which bank/s do you currently have your savings account? Just call out the number/s IF CREDIT CARD (3) IN F4: With which bank/s do you currently have your credit card? Just call out the number/s IF HOME LOAN (7) IN F4: With which bank/s or finance company do you currently have your home loan? Just call out the number/s IF CAR LOAN/ VEHICLE FINANCE (8) IN F4: With which bank/s or finance company do you currently have your car loan/ vehicle finance? Just call out the number/s IF PERSONAL LOAN (9) IN F4: With which bank/s do you currently have your personal loan? Just call out the number/s A Savings account B Credit card C Home loan D Car loan/ vehicle finance E Personal loan

MULTI MENTIONS POSSIBLE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

African Bank ABSA Bank BOE Bank of Lisbon FNB First National Bank Investec Mercantile Bank Nedbank Old Mutual Bank

10. PepBank 11. Standard Bank 12. Wesbank 13. SA Home Loans 14. Other ASK ALL F6. Which of the following accounts do you intend opening in the next 12 months? (READ OUT). Ø SINGLE ANSWER FOR EACH ACCOUNT YES a. A savings account b. A credit card account c. A home loan d. A car loan / vehicle finance e. A personal loan ASK FOR EACH ACCOUNT ANSWERED “YES” IN F6, OTHERWISE SKIP TO NEXT SECTION: F7. SHOW CARD F2 AGAIN If you could choose any bank to open the following accounts with in the future, with which ONE would you choose to open … (READ OUT ACCOUNTS MENTIONED IN F6)? Ø ONE ANSWER FOR EACH ACCOUNT MENTIONED IN F6 A A savings account 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. African Bank ABSA Bank BOE Bank of Lisbon FNB First National Bank Investec Mercantile Bank Nedbank Old Mutual Bank B A credit card account C A home loan D A car loan / vehicle finance E A personal loan NO

10. PepBank 11. Standard Bank 12. Wesbank 13. SA Home Loans 14. Other

M0048 Project Future – April 04 SHOW CARD M1 M1.

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Mindset Section

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I’m going to read you the names of different people and organisations, and for each one I’d like you to tell me how much trust and confidence you have in them. You can answer that you … (READ OUT) 1. Have complete trust and confidence in them 2. Have some trust and confidence in them 3. Have NO trust and confidence in them Or if you don’t know them or if you’re not sure, you can just say “PASS” You can just call out the number. RECORD ONE ANSWER PER STATEMENT 1 LEVEL OF TRUST IN PEOPLE & ORGANISATIONS Thabo Mbeki, President of SA Patricia de Lille of the Independent Democrats Winnie Madikizela-Mandela George W Bush, President of USA Nelson Mandela Tony Leon, leader of the Democratic Party COSATU (Congress of SA Trade Unions) South African Police Scorpions Traditional African Leaders / Chiefs The United Nations Al-Qaeda The World Bank Complete Confidence 2 Some Confidence 3 No Confidence PASS D/K

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Mindset Section

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I am going to read out some things that people have said to us. For each statement I’d like you to tell me whether you agree with it or not. You can answer: 1. YES, YOU AGREE – IT’S TRUE FOR YOU 2. NO, YOU DISAGREE – IT’S NOT TRUE FOR YOU Or if you don’t know, you’re not sure or it depends, you can just say “PASS” ONE ANSWER FOR EACH STATEMENT ROTATE ORDER OF STATEMENTS AGREE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. South African sports teams should be selected ONLY on merit and ability – not by racial quotas White people in SA are rich because they exploited black people in the past Poor people who can’t find work should get a monthly grant from the government With the same education and the same opportunities black people are just as competent as white people Poor people have no choice but to steal To be an African you have to be black There are black people in South Africa who are racists It’s no use blaming the problems in South Africa on the past, we should all now pull together and start working to solve the country’s problems It is worth chopping down a forest, if it means more people can get jobs and money DISAGREE PASS

10. Business is exploiting people and using up the earth’s resources 11. Because of the danger of AIDS, I always use a condom 12. People like me are not at risk from AIDS 13. I have already been or are prepared to be tested for HIV / AIDS 14. I always try to recycle wastepaper, plastic, tins and glass 15. If it wasn’t for white people SA would not be as developed as it is today 16. If it wasn’t for black people SA would not be as developed as it is today 17. It’s time to re-instate the death penalty 18. People should be allowed to fence off their neighbourhoods to stop criminals from coming in 19. I’m the sort of person who loves new technology and make sure that I keep up to date with developments 20. Companies should put their workers’ interests before their shareholders’ interests 21. I am prepared to take significant risks to get what I want out of life 22. All religions should be equally tolerated in our society 23. Letting in skilled people from other countries would help South Africa grow and create more jobs 24. Things were better under the previous government (before 1994) 25. I feel that people like me are being discriminated against 26. South Africa should play THE leading role in African politics and development 27. Women should be allowed to have legal abortions if they decide to 28. Adults should be allowed to have homosexual, gay or lesbian relationships if they want to 29. I am more interested in issues of development and justice than in party politics 30. In South Africa criminals have more rights than their victims 31. If the police / government do nothing about crime, ordinary people have the right to take the law into their own hands 32. I have friends / socialise with people from other racial / population groups 33. It is very dangerous to use a cellphone while driving without a handsfree kit 34. It is very rude to answer your cellphone when you are in meetings 35. It worries me that people can overhear my cellphone conversations 36. Using cellphones for long periods will affect your health 37. I am afraid that someone will try to steal my cellphone so I am careful about where and when I use it

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Mindset Section

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I am going to read you some different words or ideas now, and for each word I’d like you to tell me if you think it is … (READ OUT): 1. A Good idea 2. A Bad Idea Or if you are not sure, or if you don’t know, you can just say “PASS” RECORD ONE ANSWER FOR EACH ITEM BELOW ROTATE STARTING POINT GOOD IDEA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Black Economic Empowerment Laws to protect the environment (clean air, rivers etc.) Affirmative Action – (jobs for previously disadvantaged groups) Capitalism The re-distribution of wealth (from ‘haves’ to ‘have-nots’) Mass action / strikes for higher wages Minimum wages (all workers should be paid at least a certain amount) Nepad (New Partnership for African Development) Socialism BAD IDEA PASS

10. The Constitution of South Africa 11. African Parliament 12. A strong opposition party in parliament 13. Land redistribution 14. World Social Forum / civil society organisations

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Social Issues

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Have you or anyone in your household had anything stolen from you in the last 12 months? ONE ANSWER YES NO

J2.

Have you or anyone in your household been the victim of a serious or violent crime in the last 12 months? ONE ANSWER YES NO

J3.

Is there anyone in this household who is often ill or has a very serious disease? ONE ANSWER YES NO

J4.

As far as you know, have any members of this household died of AIDS or AIDS related illnesses? ONE ANSWER YES NO

J5.

Is there anyone in this household whose mother or father has died of AIDS? ONE ANSWER YES NO

SHOW CARD J6 J6. Here is a list of issues. We know that all these issues are important to South Africans but would like you to please look through it and choose ONLY those that you personally are MOST worried about and affected by. Just call out the number. REMEMBER ONLY the ones that REALLY, REALLY worry you personally. MULTI MENTIONS POSSIBLE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. AIDS Alcoholism Black economic empowerment Child and woman abuse Climate change Crime Drugs Education – poor standard Emigration – people leaving South Africa

10. Gangs 11. Genetically modified foods 12. Health care – poor standard 13. Housing – shortage 14. Losing my language / cultural heritage 15. Orphans from AIDS 16. Owning my own land / property 17. Petrol price 18. Poverty 19. Racism 20. Rand volatility 21. Rape 22. Terrorism 23. Unemployment 24. Zimbabwe

M0048 Project Future – April 04 SHOW CARD PD1 PD1.

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Personal Details Section

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Which one of these languages would you describe as YOUR language – the language of your innermost thoughts? SINGLE ANSWER Language of inner-most thoughts

LANGUAGES Afrikaans English N Sotho / Pedi Sesotho / Southern Sotho Setswana / Tswana Sindebele / Ndebele Siswati / Swazi Xhosa Zulu Tsonga / Shangaan Venda Other South African, African language Other African language Any other European language (French, German etc.) Any Indian / Asian language (Hindi, Urdu etc.) Other language PD2. Are you currently working? SINGLE ANSWER YES SKIP TO PD5 NO

IF NOT WORKING IN PD2, ASK PD3, OTHERWISE SKIP TO PD5

PD3.

Have you ever worked or had a job? SINGLE ANSWER YES NO SKIP TO PD5

IF “YES” IN PD3, ASK PD4

PD4.

Did you … (READ OUT)?

SINGLE ANSWER Retire Resign Were you fired / asked to leave Or were you retrenched Other

M0048 Project Future – April 04 ASK ALL PD5A.

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Household/Neighbourhood Details

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How many people, excluding domestic workers and household helpers, but including yourself are there in each of the following groups, currently living in this household? RECORD BY CATEGORY MALES Under 16 years 16 years and older FEMALES

PD5B.

How many people in this household earn any money - this could be through work, pensions and disability grants, child grants, selling things? WRITE IN NUMBER

SHOW CARD PD6 PD6. Adding together the money of all the people in your household who have income from any source, for example salaries, earnings, pensions, money from family and investments and so on (CHECK WITH HOUSEHOLD DETAILS AND MENTION NUMBER) - what do you estimate is the total monthly income total for all the people in your household altogether? Just call out the number. ONE ANSWER ONLY – RECORD UNDER “PD6 - HOUSEHOLD” CONTINUE TO SHOW CARD PD6 PD7. How much do you personally earn per month from all sources, including extras? Just call out the number. ONE ANSWER ONLY - RECORD UNDER “PD7 – PERSONAL” PD6 Household 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. R40,000+ R35,000 – R39,999 R30,000 – R34,999 R20,000 – R29,999 R14,000 – R19,999 R12,000 – R13,999 R7,000 – R11,999 R4,000 – R6,999 R2,500 – R3,999 PD7 Personal

10. R1,400 – R2,499 11. R900 – R1,399 12. R500 – R899 13. Up to R499 None Refused Don’t Know SHOW CARD PD8 PD8. People describe themselves in different ways. If I asked how you would describe yourself, which of these would you choose (prefer or be most comfortable with)? READ OUT AND RECORD ANSWER(S) I am an African I am a South African I am a black / white / coloured / Indian person I am a Zulu/ Xhosa / Swazi / Tswana/ Pedi / Shangaan / Sotho / Venda / Ndebele / Afrikaans / English / German / Dutch / Portuguese / Greek / Italian etc. Other Don’t know INTERVIEWER ESTIMATE


								
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