SHOWCARD 1. I m fluent in Welsh. I can speak a fair amount of Welsh. I can only speak a little Welsh. I can say just a few words

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1 SHOWARD 1 A I m fluent in Welsh B I can speak a fair amount of Welsh I can only speak a little Welsh D I can say just a few words

2 Reverse SHOWARD 1 A I m fluent in Welsh B I can speak a fair amount of Welsh I can only speak a little Welsh D I can say just a few words

3 SHOWARD 2 A Daily B Weekly Less often D Never

4 Reverse SHOWARD 2 A Daily B Weekly Less often D Never

5 SHOWARD 3 A American football P Road running /ross country B Archery Q Rounders Athletics (track or field) (outdoor) R Rugby league D Baseball S Rugby union E Basketball (outdoor) T Rugby touch or tag rugby F Bowls (outdoor) U Softball G ricket (outdoor) V Street hockey H Diving (outdoor) W Swimming (outdoor) I Football (outdoor) X Tai hi (outdoor) J Gaelic sports Y Target / lay Pigeon Shooting (outdoor) K Golf (inc. pitch and putt) Z Tennis (outdoor) L Hockey (outdoor) AA Triathlon M Jogging AB Tug-Of-War N Lacrosse A Volleyball (outdoor) O Netball (outdoor)

6 Reverse SHOWARD 3 A American football P Road running /ross country B Archery Q Rounders Athletics (track or field) (outdoor) R Rugby league D Baseball S Rugby union E Basketball (outdoor) T Rugby touch or tag rugby F Bowls (outdoor) U Softball G ricket (outdoor) V Street hockey H Diving (outdoor) W Swimming (outdoor) I Football (outdoor) X Tai hi (outdoor) J Gaelic sports Y Target / lay Pigeon Shooting (outdoor) K Golf (inc. pitch and putt) Z Tennis (outdoor) L Hockey (outdoor) AA Triathlon M Jogging AB Tug-Of-War N Lacrosse A Volleyball (outdoor) O Netball (outdoor)

7 SHOWARD 4 A Athletics (track or field) (indoor) AG Target Shooting (indoor) B Badminton AH Tennis (indoor) Basketball (indoor) AI Trampolining D Billiards AJ Volleyball (indoor) E Bowls (indoor) AK Water polo F Short-mat bowls (indoor) AL Wrestling G Bowling (tenpin) H Boxing MARTIAL ARTS I heerleading AM Judo J limbing (indoor) AN Karate K ompetitive Weight Lifting AO Taekwondo L ricket (indoor) AP Tai hi (indoor) M urling AQ Other Martial Arts (please specify) N Darts O Diving (indoor) FITNESS SESSIONS P Fencing AR Toning activities Q Football indoor AS Weight training for fitness R Football futsal AT Body building S Gymnastics AU ircuit training T Handball AV Exercise bike / Exercise machine / Step machine U Hockey (indoor) AW Keepfit / Dance exercise / Aerobics V Ice Hockey AX Yoga / Pilates W Ice Skating AY Other fitness sessions (please specify) X Netball (indoor) Y Pool DANE Z Roller Skating (indoor) AZ Breakdancing AA Skateboarding (indoor) BA Disco dancing AB Skittles BB Folk Dancing / Line Dancing A Snooker B Hip-hop AD Squash BD Street dance AE Swimming (indoor) BE Other dance (please specify) AF Table Tennis

8 Reverse SHOWARD 4 A Athletics (track or field) (indoor) AG Target Shooting (indoor) B Badminton AH Tennis (indoor) Basketball (indoor) AI Trampolining D Billiards AJ Volleyball (indoor) E Bowls (indoor) AK Water polo F Short-mat bowls (indoor) AL Wrestling G Bowling (tenpin) H Boxing MARTIAL ARTS I heerleading AM Judo J limbing (indoor) AN Karate K ompetitive Weight Lifting AO Taekwondo L ricket (indoor) AP Tai hi (indoor) M urling AQ Other Martial Arts (please specify) N Darts O Diving (indoor) FITNESS SESSIONS P Fencing AR Toning activities Q Football indoor AS Weight training for fitness R Football futsal AT Body building S Gymnastics AU ircuit training T Handball AV Exercise bike / exercise machine / step machine U Hockey (indoor) AW Keepfit / dance exercise / aerobics V Ice Hockey AX Yoga / pilates W Ice Skating AY Other fitness sessions (please specify) X Netball (indoor) Y Pool DANE Z Roller Skating (indoor) AZ Breakdancing AA Skateboarding (indoor) BA Disco dancing AB Skittles BB Folk Dancing / Line Dancing A Snooker B Hip-hop AD Squash BD Street dance AE Swimming (indoor) BE Other dance (please specify) AF Table Tennis

9 SHOWARD 5 A BMX P Mountaineering / Rock climbing B anoeing Q Orienteering ar Rallying R Rambling / Hill & fell walking D aving S Rollerblading / In-line skating E limbing (outdoor) T Rowing F ycling U Sailing G Fishing / Angling V Skateboarding (outdoor) H Game Shooting W Skiing I Hang Gliding X Snowboarding J Horse Riding / Jumping Y Sub Aqua K Karting / Motor racing Z Surfing L Kayaking AA Walking (over 2 miles) M Lifesaving / Surf lifesaving AB Water skiing N Moto ross / Scrambling A Wind surfing or Boardsurfing O Mountain biking AD Yachting

10 Reverse SHOWARD 5 A BMX P Mountaineering / Rock climbing B anoeing Q Orienteering ar Rallying R Rambling / Hill & fell walking D aving S Rollerblading / In-line skating E limbing (outdoor) T Rowing F ycling U Sailing G Fishing / Angling V Skateboarding (outdoor) H Game Shooting W Skiing I Hang Gliding X Snowboarding J Horse Riding / Jumping Y Sub Aqua K Karting / Motor racing Z Surfing L Kayaking AA Walking (over 2 miles) M Lifesaving / Surf lifesaving AB Water skiing N Moto ross / Scrambling A Wind surfing or Boardsurfing O Mountain biking AD Yachting

11 SHOWARD 6 A I m too old B I m not fit enough It costs too much D There is a lack of facilities or clubs in my area E Too far / difficult to travel to clubs / facilities F I m not confident enough G I don t think I m good enough at sport H lubs / facilities do not cater for my level of ability I Too busy at work J Family commitments K Too much effort / can t be bothered L Haven t got around to it yet M Would rather spend my leisure time doing other things N Just not interested in any form of sport / physical activity O I don t see any benefits in taking part in sport / physical activity P No one to go with Q There is no Welsh language activity provision in my area R I ve never been asked to take part S I don t know where to go (and learn) T Lack of coaching available U People who run clubs are unfriendly V I don t have the necessary minimum skill base / competency W I feel embarrassed playing sport X I have a disability, illness or injury that prevents me from taking part Y Facilities are not good enough Z The activities I take part in take place at other times of the year

12 Reverse SHOWARD 6 A I m too old B I m not fit enough It costs too much D There is a lack of facilities or clubs in my area E Too far / difficult to travel to clubs / facilities F I m not confident enough G I don t think I m good enough at sport H lubs / facilities do not cater for my level of ability I Too busy at work J Family commitments K Too much effort / can t be bothered L Haven t got around to it yet M Would rather spend my leisure time doing other things N Just not interested in any form of sport / physical activity O I don t see any benefits in taking part in sport / physical activity P No one to go with Q There is no Welsh language activity provision in my area R I ve never been asked to take part S I don t know where to go (and learn) T Lack of coaching available U People who run clubs are unfriendly V I don t have the necessary minimum skill base / competency W I feel embarrassed playing sport X I have a disability, illness or injury that prevents me from taking part Y Facilities are not good enough Z The activities I take part in take place at other times of the year

13 SHOWARD 7 A American football P Road running / ross country B Archery Q Rounders Athletics (track or field) (outdoor) R Rugby league D Baseball S Rugby union E Basketball (outdoor) T Rugby touch or tag rugby F Bowls (outdoor) U Softball G ricket (outdoor) V Street hockey H Diving (outdoor) W Swimming (outdoor) I Football (outdoor) X Tai hi (outdoor) J Gaelic sports Y Target / lay Pigeon Shooting (outdoor) K Golf (inc. pitch and putt) Z Tennis (outdoor) L Hockey (outdoor) AA Triathlon M Jogging AB Tug-Of-War N Lacrosse A Volleyball (outdoor) O Netball (outdoor)

14 Reverse SHOWARD 7 A American football P Road running / ross country B Archery Q Rounders Athletics (track or field) (outdoor) R Rugby league D Baseball S Rugby union E Basketball (outdoor) T Rugby touch or tag rugby F Bowls (outdoor) U Softball G ricket (outdoor) V Street hockey H Diving (outdoor) W Swimming (outdoor) I Football (outdoor) X Tai hi (outdoor) J Gaelic sports Y Target / lay Pigeon Shooting (outdoor) K Golf (inc. pitch and putt) Z Tennis (outdoor) L Hockey (outdoor) AA Triathlon M Jogging AB Tug-Of-War N Lacrosse A Volleyball (outdoor) O Netball (outdoor)

15 SHOWARD 8 A Athletics (track or field) (indoor) AG Target Shooting (indoor) B Badminton AH Tennis (indoor) Basketball (indoor) AI Trampolining D Billiards AJ Volleyball (indoor) E Bowls (indoor) AK Water polo F Short-mat bowls (indoor) AL Wrestling G Bowling (tenpin) H Boxing MARTIAL ARTS I heerleading AM Judo J limbing (indoor) AN Karate K ompetitive Weight Lifting AO Taekwondo L ricket (indoor) AP Tai hi (indoor) M urling AQ Other Martial Arts (please specify) N Darts O Diving (indoor) FITNESS SESSIONS P Fencing AR Toning activities Q Football indoor AS Weight training for fitness R Football futsal AT Body building S Gymnastics AU ircuit training T Handball AV Exercise bike / Exercise machine / Step machine U Hockey (indoor) AW Keepfit / Dance exercise / Aerobics V Ice Hockey AX Yoga / Pilates W Ice Skating AY Other fitness sessions (please specify) X Netball (indoor) Y Pool DANE Z Roller Skating (indoor) AZ Breakdancing AA Skateboarding (indoor) BA Disco dancing AB Skittles BB Folk Dancing / Line Dancing A Snooker B Hip-hop AD Squash BD Street dance AE Swimming (indoor) BE Other dance (please specify) AF Table Tennis

16 Reverse SHOWARD 8 A Athletics (track or field) (indoor) AG Target Shooting (indoor) B Badminton AH Tennis (indoor) Basketball (indoor) AI Trampolining D Billiards AJ Volleyball (indoor) E Bowls (indoor) AK Water polo F Short-mat bowls (indoor) AL Wrestling G Bowling (Tenpin) H Boxing MARTIAL ARTS I heerleading AM Judo J limbing (indoor) AN Karate K ompetitive Weight Lifting AO Taekwondo L ricket (indoor) AP Tai hi (indoor) M urling AQ Other Martial Arts (please specify) N Darts O Diving (indoor) FITNESS SESSIONS P Fencing AR Toning activities Q Football indoor AS Weight training for fitness R Football futsal AT Body building S Gymnastics AU ircuit training T Handball AV Exercise bike / Exercise machine / Step machine U Hockey (indoor) AW Keepfit / Dance exercise / Aerobics V Ice Hockey AX Yoga / Pilates W Ice Skating AY Other fitness sessions (please specify) X Netball (indoor) Y Pool DANE Z Roller Skating (indoor) AZ Breakdancing AA Skateboarding (indoor) BA Disco dancing AB Skittles BB Folk Dancing / Line Dancing A Snooker B Hip-hop AD Squash BD Street dance AE Swimming (Indoor) BE Other dance (please specify) AF Table Tennis

17 SHOWARD 9 A BMX P Mountaineering / Rock climbing B anoeing Q Orienteering ar Rallying R Rambling / Hill & fell walking D aving S Rollerblading / In-line skating E limbing (outdoor) T Rowing F ycling U Sailing G Fishing / Angling V Skateboarding (outdoor) H Game Shooting W Skiing I Hang Gliding X Snowboarding J Horse Riding / Jumping Y Sub Aqua K Karting / Motor racing Z Surfing L Kayaking AA Walking (over 2 miles) M Lifesaving / Surf lifesaving AB Water skiing N Moto ross / Scrambling A Wind surfing or Boardsurfing O Mountain biking AD Yachting

18 Reverse SHOWARD 9 A BMX P Mountaineering / Rock climbing B anoeing Q Orienteering ar Rallying R Rambling / Hill & fell walking D aving S Rollerblading / In-line skating E limbing (outdoor) T Rowing F ycling U Sailing G Fishing / Angling V Skateboarding (outdoor) H Game Shooting W Skiing I Hang Gliding X Snowboarding J Horse Riding / Jumping Y Sub Aqua K Karting / Motor racing Z Surfing L Kayaking AA Walking (over 2 miles) M Lifesaving / Surf lifesaving AB Water skiing N Moto ross / Scrambling A Wind surfing or Boardsurfing O Mountain biking AD Yachting

19 SHOWARD 10 I set up the club A B I set up the club, on my own I set up the club, with others I joined the club as an adult D E F G H I asked to join the club I did not know any member(s) of the club before I joined I asked to join the club I knew member(s) of the club before I joined I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a member of my family I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a friend I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by an acquaintance I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by someone I did not know I joined the club as a child I J K L M N I asked to join the club I did not know any member(s) of the club before I joined I asked to join the club I knew member(s) of the club before I joined I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a member of my family I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a friend I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by someone else at my school I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by someone else, who was from the club O Other

20 Reverse SHOWARD 10 I set up the club A B I set up the club, on my own I set up the club, with others I joined the club as an adult D E F G H I asked to join the club I did not know any member(s) of the club before I joined I asked to join the club I knew member(s) of the club before I joined I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a member of my family I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a friend I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by an acquaintance I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by someone I did not know I joined the club as a child I J K L M N I asked to join the club I did not know any member(s) of the club before I joined I asked to join the club I knew member(s) of the club before I joined I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a member of my family I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by a friend I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by someone else at my school I was asked if I would be interested in joining the club, by someone else, who was from the club O Other

21 SHOWARD 10A A B D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z I was too old I was not fit enough It cost too much It was too far / difficult to travel to the club lub did not cater to my level of ability Too busy at work Family commitments I lost interest in the sport I had an illness or injury that prevented me from taking part I moved away from the area I was asked to leave The club was too competitive The club was not competitive enough The club was closed / no longer existed The club stopped offering the activity I took part in My friends left the club There was not enough of a social scene around the club I didn t feel that the club wanted me to be there The club was not flexible enough The club required too much of my time The sessions were at an inconvenient time The facilities were not good enough The people who ran the club were unfriendly Not enough coaching / instruction The coaching / instruction was of poor quality Other (please specify)

22 SHOWARD 10A Reverse A B D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z I was too old I was not fit enough It cost too much It was too far / difficult to travel to the club lub did not cater to my level of ability Too busy at work Family commitments I lost interest in the sport I had an illness or injury that prevented me from taking part I moved away from the area I was asked to leave The club was too competitive The club was not competitive enough The club was closed / no longer existed The club stopped offering the activity I took part in My friends left the club There was not enough of a social scene around the club I didn t feel that the club wanted me to be there The club was not flexible enough The club required too much of my time The sessions were at an inconvenient time The facilities were not good enough The people who ran the club were unfriendly Not enough coaching / instruction The coaching / instruction was of poor quality Other (please specify)

23 SHOWARD 11 A American football AH Gaelic sports B Archery AI Game Shooting Athletics (track or field) (indoor) AJ Golf (inc. pitch and putt) D Athletics (track or field) (outdoor) AK Gymnastics E Badminton AL Handball F Baseball AM Hang Gliding G Basketball (indoor) AN Hockey (indoor) H Basketball (outdoor) AO Hockey (outdoor) I Billiards AP Horse Riding / Jumping J BMX AQ Ice Hockey K Bowls (indoor) AR Ice Skating L Bowls (outdoor) AS Jogging M Bowling (tenpin) AT Karting / Motor racing N Boxing AU Kayaking O anoeing AV Lacrosse P ar Rallying AW Lifesaving / Surf lifesaving Q aving AX Moto ross / Scrambling R heerleading AY Mountain biking S limbing indoors AZ Mountaineering / Rock climbing T limbing outdoors BA Netball (indoor) U ompetitive Weight Lifting BB Netball (outdoor) V ricket (indoor) B Orienteering W ricket (outdoor) BD Pool X urling BE Rambling / Hill & fell walking Y ycling BF Road running / ross country Z Darts BG Roller Skating (indoor) AA Diving (indoor) BH Rollerblading / In-line skating AB Diving (outdoor) BI Rounders A Fencing BJ Rowing AD Fishing / Angling BK Rugby league AE Football (indoor) BL Rugby union AF Football (outdoor) BM Rugby touch or tag rugby AG Football (futsal) BN Sailing

24 SHOWARD 11 Reverse A American football AH Gaelic sports B Archery AI Game Shooting Athletics (track or field) (indoor) AJ Golf (inc. pitch and putt) D Athletics (track or field) (outdoor) AK Gymnastics E Badminton AL Handball F Baseball AM Hang Gliding G Basketball (indoor) AN Hockey (indoor) H Basketball (outdoor) AO Hockey (outdoor) I Billiards AP Horse Riding / Jumping J BMX AQ Ice Hockey K Bowls (indoor) AR Ice Skating L Bowls (outdoor) AS Jogging M Bowling (tenpin) AT Karting / Motor racing N Boxing AU Kayaking O anoeing AV Lacrosse P ar Rallying AW Lifesaving / Surf lifesaving Q aving AX Moto ross / Scrambling R heerleading AY Mountain biking S limbing indoors AZ Mountaineering / Rock climbing T limbing outdoors BA Netball (indoor) U ompetitive Weight Lifting BB Netball (outdoor) V ricket (indoor) B Orienteering W ricket (outdoor) BD Pool X urling BE Rambling / Hill & fell walking Y ycling BF Road running / ross country Z Darts BG Roller Skating (indoor) AA Diving (indoor) BH Rollerblading / In-line skating AB Diving (outdoor) BI Rounders A Fencing BJ Rowing AD Fishing / Angling BK Rugby league AE Football (indoor) BL Rugby union AF Football (outdoor) BM Rugby touch or tag rugby AG Football (futsal) BN Sailing

25 SHOWARD 11 BO Short Mat Bowls (indoor) Q Wrestling BP Skateboarding (indoor) R Yachting BQ Skateboarding (outdoor) BR Skiing MARTIAL ARTS BS Skittles S Judo BT Snooker T Karate BU Snowboarding U Taekwondo BV Softball V Tai hi (indoor) BW Squash W Tai hi (outdoor) BX Street hockey X Other Martial Arts (please specify) BY Sub Aqua BZ Surfing FITNESS SESSIONS A Swimming (indoor) Y Toning activities B Swimming (outdoor) Z Weight training for fitness Table Tennis DA Body building D Target Shooting (indoor) DB ircuit training E Target / lay Pigeon Shooting (outdoor) D Exercise bike / Exercise machine / Step machine F Tennis (indoor) DD Keepfit / Dance exercise / Aerobics G Tennis (outdoor) DE Yoga / Pilates H Trampolining DF Other fitness sessions (please specify) I Triathlon J Tug-Of-War DANE K Volleyball (indoor) DG Folk Dancing / Line Dancing L Volleyball (outdoor) DH Street dance M Walking (over 2 miles) DI Breakdancing N Water polo DJ Hip-hop O Water skiing DK Disco dancing P Wind surfing or Boardsurfing DL Other dance (please specify)

26 SHOWARD 11 reverse BO Short Mat Bowls (indoor) Q Wrestling BP Skateboarding (indoor) R Yachting BQ Skateboarding (outdoor) BR Skiing MARTIAL ARTS BS Skittles S Judo BT Snooker T Karate BU Snowboarding U Taekwondo BV Softball V Tai hi (indoor) BW Squash W Tai hi (outdoor) BX Street hockey X Other Martial Arts (please specify) BY Sub Aqua BZ Surfing FITNESS SESSIONS A Swimming (indoor) Y Toning activities B Swimming (outdoor) Z Weight training for fitness Table Tennis DA Body building D Target Shooting (indoor) DB ircuit training E Target / lay Pigeon Shooting (outdoor) D Exercise bike / Exercise machine / Step machine F Tennis (indoor) DD Keepfit / Dance exercise / Aerobics G Tennis (outdoor) DE Yoga / Pilates H Trampolining DF Other fitness sessions (please specify) I Triathlon J Tug-Of-War DANE K Volleyball (indoor) DG Folk Dancing / Line Dancing L Volleyball (outdoor) DH Street dance M Walking (over 2 miles) DI Breakdancing N Water polo DJ Hip-hop O Water skiing DK Disco dancing P Wind surfing or Boardsurfing DL Other dance (please specify)

27 SHOWARD 12 A B D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X If I was younger If I was fitter If it cost less If there were more facilities or clubs in my area If it was easier to travel to clubs / facilities If I was more confident If I was better at sport If clubs/facilities catered for my level of ability If I was less busy at work If I had fewer family commitments If I could be bothered to make the effort If I got around to doing it If I prioritised it over other leisure activities If I had someone to go with If there was Welsh language activity provision in my area If I was asked to take part If I knew where to go (and learn) If there was coaching available If people who run clubs were more friendly If I had the necessary minimum skill base/competency If I felt less embarrassed playing sport If I didn t have a disability, illness or injury that prevents me from taking part If facilities were improved I would take part at a different time of year

28 Reverse SHOWARD 12 A B D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X If I was younger If I was fitter If it cost less If there were more facilities or clubs in my area If it was easier to travel to clubs / facilities If I was more confident If I was better at sport If clubs/facilities catered for my level of ability If I was less busy at work If I had fewer family commitments If I could be bothered to make the effort If I got around to doing it If I prioritised it over other leisure activities If I had someone to go with If there was Welsh language activity provision in my area If I was asked to take part If I knew where to go (and learn) If there was coaching available If people who run clubs were more friendly If I had the necessary minimum skill base/competency If I felt less embarrassed playing sport If I didn t have a disability, illness or injury that prevents me from taking part If facilities were improved I would take part at a different time of year

29 SHOWARD 13 A Level 5 (UK or equivalent) B Level 4 (UK or equivalent) Level 3 (UK or equivalent) D Level 2 (UK or equivalent) E Level 1 (UK or equivalent) F Other qualification awarded by a Governing Body of Sport (please specify) G Health Walk Leader Award H Young Leader Award I Day ertificate in Sports Leadership J Other sports leadership award K urrently working towards a qualification L No qualification

30 SHOWARD 13 Reverse A Level 5 (UK or equivalent) B Level 4 (UK or equivalent) Level 3 (UK or equivalent) D Level 2 (UK or equivalent) E Level 1 (UK or equivalent) F Other qualification awarded by a Governing Body of Sport (please specify) G Health Walk Leader Award H Young Leader Award I Day ertificate in Sports Leadership J Other sports leadership award K urrently working towards a qualification L No qualification

31 SHOWARD 14 A Been to an amateur sporting event as a spectator B Been to a professional sporting event as a spectator Been to a local authority-run leisure centre D Been to a private leisure or fitness centre E Visited the ountryside F Visited a park or country park G Visited the seaside or coast H Attended an arts event: a cinema, the theatre, ballet, opera or a concert I Participated in the arts (e.g. singing, dancing, playing music, acting, painting, sculpting)

32 Reverse SHOWARD 14 A Been to an amateur sporting event as a spectator B Been to a professional sporting event as a spectator Been to a local authority-run leisure centre D Been to a private leisure or fitness centre E Visited the ountryside F Visited a park or country park G Visited the seaside or coast H Attended an arts event: a cinema, the theatre, ballet, opera or a concert I Participated in the arts (e.g. singing, dancing, playing music, acting, painting, sculpting)

33 SHOWARD 15 A Never true for me B Sometimes true for me Always true for me

34 Reverse SHOWARD 15 Always true for me B Sometimes true for me A Never true for me

35 SHOWARD 16 A Much better than most B A bit better than most About average D A bit worse than most E Much worse than most

36 Reverse SHOWARD 16 E Much worse than most D A bit worse than most About average B A bit better than most A Much better than most

37 SHOWARD 17 0 Not at all satisfied ompletely satisfied

38 Reverse SHOWARD ompletely satisfied Not at all satisfied

39 SHOWARD 18 0 Not at all worthwhile ompletely worthwhile

40 Reverse SHOWARD ompletely worthwhile Not at all worthwhile

41 SHOWARD 19 0 Not at all happy ompletely happy

42 Reverse SHOWARD ompletely happy Not at all happy

43 SHOWARD 20 0 Not at all anxious ompletely anxious

44 Reverse SHOWARD ompletely anxious Not at all anxious

45 SHOWARD 21 0 Not at all satisfied ompletely satisfied

46 Reverse SHOWARD ompletely satisfied Not at all satisfied

47 SHOWARD 22 A Earnings from employment or self-employment B Pension from a former employer State Pension D hild Benefit E Income Support F Other State Benefits G Tax redits H Employment Support Allowance (ESA) I Interest from savings etc. J Other kinds of regular allowance from outside the household K Other sources e.g. rent L No source of income

48 Reverse SHOWARD 22 A Earnings from employment or self-employment B Pension from a former employer State Pension D hild Benefit E Income Support F Other State Benefits G Tax redits H Employment Support Allowance (ESA) I Interest from savings etc. J Other kinds of regular allowance from outside the household K Other sources e.g. rent L No source of income

49 SHOWARD 23 WEEKLY MONTHLY ANNUAL A Up to 49 Up to 216 Up to 2,599 B 50 up to up to 432 2,600 up to 5, up to up to 866 5,200 up to 10,399 D 200 up to up to 1,299 10,400 up to 15,599 E 300 up to 399 1,300 up to 1,732 15,600 up to 20,799 F 400 up to 499 1,733 up to 2,166 20,800 up to 25,999 G 500 up to 599 2,167 up to 2,599 26,000 up to 31,199 H 600 up to 699 2,600 up to 3,032 31,200 up to 36,399 I 700 up to 799 3,033 up to 3,466 36,400 up to 41,599 J 800 up to 899 3,467 up to 3,899 41,600 up to 46,799 K 900 up to 999 3,900 up to 4,332 46,800 up to 51,999 L 1000 or more 4,333 or more 52,000 or more

50 Reverse SHOWARD 23 WEEKLY MONTHLY ANNUAL A Up to 49 Up to 216 Up to 2,599 B 50 up to up to 432 2,600 up to 5, up to up to 866 5,200 up to 10,399 D 200 up to up to 1,299 10,400 up to 15,599 E 300 up to 399 1,300 up to 1,732 15,600 up to 20,799 F 400 up to 499 1,733 up to 2,166 20,800 up to 25,999 G 500 up to 599 2,167 up to 2,599 26,000 up to 31,199 H 600 up to 699 2,600 up to 3,032 31,200 up to 36,399 I 700 up to 799 3,033 up to 3,466 36,400 up to 41,599 J 800 up to 899 3,467 up to 3,899 41,600 up to 46,799 K 900 up to 999 3,900 up to 4,332 46,800 up to 51,999 L 1000 or more 4,333 or more 52,000 or more

51 SHOWARD 24 A 52,000 up to 55,999 B 56,000 up to 59,999 60,000 up to 64,999 D 65,000 up to 69,999 E 70,000 up to 74,999 F 75,000 up to 79,999 G 80,000 up to 84,999 H 85,000 up to 89,999 I 90,000 up to 94,999 J 95,000 up to 99,999 K 100,000 or more

52 Reverse SHOWARD 24 A 52,000 up to 55,999 B 56,000 up to 59,999 60,000 up to 64,999 D 65,000 up to 69,999 E 70,000 up to 74,999 F 75,000 up to 79,999 G 80,000 up to 84,999 H 85,000 up to 89,999 I 90,000 up to 94,999 J 95,000 up to 99,999 K 100,000 or more

53 SHOWARD 25 A GSE / O-level / SE B Vocational qualifications (=NVQ1+2) A-Level or equivalent (=NVQ3) D Bachelor Degree or equivalent (=NVQ4) E Masters / PhD or equivalent F Other G No formal qualifications H Still studying

54 Reverse SHOWARD 25 A GSE / O-level / SE B Vocational qualifications (=NVQ1+2) A-Level or equivalent (=NVQ3) D Bachelor Degree or equivalent (=NVQ4) E Masters / PhD or equivalent F Other G No formal qualifications H Still studying

55 SHOWARD 26 A Welsh B English Scottish D Northern Irish E British F Other (please specify)

56 Reverse SHOWARD 26 A Welsh B English Scottish D Northern Irish E British F Other (please specify)

57 SHOWARD 27 L Heterosexual or Straight W Gay or lesbian Bisexual H Other

58 Reverse SHOWARD 27 L Heterosexual or Straight W Gay or lesbian Bisexual H Other

59 SHOWARD 28 White A B D Welsh/English/Scottish/Northern Irish/British Irish Gypsy or Irish Traveller Any other White background (please specify) Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups E F G H White and Black aribbean White and Black African White and Asian Any other Mixed/multiple ethnic background (please specify) Asian/Asian British I J K L M Indian Pakistani Bangladeshi hinese Any other Asian background (please specify) Black/African/aribbean/Black British N O P African aribbean Any other Black/African/aribbean background (please specify) Other ethnic group Q R Arab Any other ethnic group, please describe

60 SHOWARD 28 Reverse White A B D Welsh/English/Scottish/Northern Irish/British Irish Gypsy or Irish Traveller Any other White background (please specify) Mixed/Multiple ethnic groups E F G H White and Black aribbean White and Black African White and Asian Any other Mixed/multiple ethnic background (please specify) Asian/Asian British I J K L M Indian Pakistani Bangladeshi hinese Any other Asian background (please specify) Black/African/aribbean/Black British N O P African aribbean Any other Black/African/aribbean background (please specify) Other ethnic group Q R Arab Any other ethnic group, please describe

61 SHOWARD 29 A No religion B hristian (all denominations) Buddhist D Hindu E Jewish F Muslim G Sikh H Any other religion, please describe

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