nhispart: National Health Interview Survey data from 2003:...

nhispartR Documentation

National Health Interview Survey data from 2003: socioeconomic variables

Description

Socioeconomic variables from a U.S. national household survey

Usage

data(nhispart)

Format

A data frame with 3,924 observations on the following variables.

HHX

Household identification variable

PX

Person identifier within household

STRATUM

Sample design stratum

PSU

Primary sampling unit, numbered within each stratum (1,2)

WTFA

survey weight

SEX

Gender (1 = male; 2 = female)

AGE_P

Age of persons; values are 18-85 (85 includes age 85 and older)

R_AGE1

Age group (3 = 18-24 years; 4 = 25-44 years; 5 = 45-64 years; 6 = 65-69 years; 7 = 70-74 years; 8 = 75 years and over)

ORIGIN_I

Hispanic ethnicity (1 = Hispanic; 2 = Non-Hispanic)

RACERPI2

Race grouped (1 = White only; 2 = Black/African American only; 3 = American Indian or Alaska native (AIAN) only; 4 = Asian only; 5 = Race group not releasable; 6 = Multiple race)

MRACRPI2

Race detailed (1 = White; 2 = Black/African American; 3 = Indian (American), Alaska Native; 9 = Asian Indian; 10 = Chinese; 11 = Filipino; 15 = Other Asian; 16 = Primary race not releasable; 17 = Multiple race, no primary race selected)

RACRECI2

White/Black (1 = White; 2 Black; 3 All other race groups)

R_MARITL

Marital status (1 = Married - spouse in household; 2 = Married - spouse not in household; 3 = Married - unknown whether spouse in household; 4 = Widowed; 5 = Divorced; 6 = Separated; 7 = Never married; 8 = Living with partner; 9 = Unknown marital status)

CDCMSTAT

CDC marital status (1 = Mother, no father; 2 = Father, no mother; 3 = Mother and father; 4 = Neither mother nor father)

INCGRP

Total combined family income group (1 = 0-$4999; 2 = $5000-$9999; 3 = $10000-$14999; 4 = $15000-$19999; 5 = $20000-$24999; 6 = $25000-$34999; 7 = $35000-$44999; 8 = $45000-$54999; 9 = $55000-$64999; 10 = $65000-$74999; 11 = $75000 and over; 12 = $20000 or more (no detail); 13 = Less than $20000 (no detail); 97 = Refused; 98 = Not ascertained; 99 = Don't know)

PARENTS

Parent(s) present in the family (1 = Mother, no father; 2 = Father, no mother; 3 = Mother and father; 4 = Neither mother nor father)

EDUC_R1

Highest level of education attained (1 = Less than high school graduate; 3 = High school graduate or general education development degree (GED); 5 = Some college, no degree; 6 = AA degree, technical or vocational or AA degree, academic program or Bachelor's degree (BA, BS, AB, BBA); 9 = Master's, professional, or doctoral degree)

RAT_CAT

Ratio of family income to poverty level (1 = Under 0.50; 2 = 0.50 to 0.74; 3 = 0.75 to 0.99; 4 = 1.00 to 1.24; 5 = 1.25 to 1.49; 6 = 1.50 to 1.74; 7 = 1.75 to 1.99; 8 = 2.00 to 2.49; 9 = 2.50 to 2.99; 10 = 3.00 to 3.49; 11 = 3.50 to 3.99; 12 = 4.00 to 4.49; 13 = 4.50 to 4.99; 14 = 5.00 and over; 99 = Unknown)

Details

The National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) is used to monitor health conditions in the U.S. Data are collected through personal household interviews. Socioeconomic variables are included in this subset along with household and person codes. The nhispart data set contains observations on 3,924 persons extracted from the 2003 U.S. survey. The file contains only persons 18 years and older.

Source

National Health Interview Survey of 2003 conducted by the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nhis.htm

Examples

data(nhispart)
str(nhispart)
table(nhispart$STRATUM, nhispart$PSU)
table(nhispart$RACERPI2, nhispart$RACRECI2, useNA="always")

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