DCW1M Data Dictionary

No. Research domain Subdomain Questionnaire number Question Variable name Format name Formatted data values Value labels Variable type Notes
1       Mother ID at nine month interview IDN_M9M   .   Identification key Randomly generated mother ID at nine month interview. Allows linking to other datasets
 
2       Age (years) of mother at 9 month interview AGE_M9M AGEM9M 18 <=18 Derived Values derived from interview date(STTIME_M9M/ENDTIME_M9M) and date of birth (BG1A_AM) and converted to years. Lower and upper extremes categorised
              47 >=47    
 
3   Relationship PQ2 Participant male or female     .     No responses observed other than 'Female'
 
4     PQ3 If female-what is your relationship to baby?     .     Variable offers little discrimination
 
5     PQ4 If male-what is your relationship to baby?     .     No responses to this question
 
6     PQ5 Do you have a current partner? PQ5_M9M PQ5M9M 1 Current partner Raw  
              2 No current partner    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
7 About your baby Things you do with your baby M1 How often do you play games with your baby [babies] (e.g., hand-clapping games such as pat-a-cake face-hiding games such as peek-a-boo finger games such as round and round the garden)? PC1_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
8     M2 How often do you talk to your baby [babies] during everyday activities (e.g., feeding, changing nappies, bathing, playing)? PC2_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
9     M3 How often does your baby [do your babies] watch videos or DVDs? HL1_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
10     M4 How often does your baby [do your babies] watch children's TV programmes? HL2_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
11     M5 How often is the TV turned on in the same room with your baby [babies], whether or not your baby is [babies are] watching? HL3_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
12     M6 How often do you play with toys with your baby [babies]? PC3_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
13     M7 How often do you sing songs or tell stories to your baby [babies](do not include reading books)? PC4_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
14     M8 How often do you read books to your baby [babies]? PC5_M9M PCHLM9M 1 Seldom or never Raw  
              2 Once a week    
              3 Several times a week    
              4 Once a day    
              5 Several times a day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
15     M9 How old was your baby [were your babies] when you first started reading books to him or her [them]? NPC6_M9M EPC6M9M 94 Began in pregnancy Derived Values converted to weeks
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
16       How old was your baby [were your babies] when you first started reading books to him or her [them]: Weeks?     .     Information contained in NPC6_M9M
 
17       How old was your baby [were your babies] when you first started reading books to him or her [them]: Months?     .     Information contained in NPC6_M9M
 
18     M10 Approximately how many children's books are in your home right now? HL4_M9M HL4M9M 1 None Raw  
              2 1-5 books    
              3 6-20 books    
              4 21-50 books    
              5 51+ books    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
19     M11 Approximately how many other books are in your home right now? HL5_M9M HL4M9M 1 None Raw  
              2 1-5 books    
              3 6-20 books    
              4 21-50 books    
              5 51+ books    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
20   Time spent with your child M12 I say nice things about my baby [babies] TS1_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
21     M13 I take an active interest in my baby [babies] TS2_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
22     M14 I am interested in the things my baby does [babies do] TS3_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
23     M15 I praise my baby when he/she deserves it [babies when they deserve it] TS4_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
24     M16 I enjoy having my baby [babies] around me TS5_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
25     M17 I tell my baby how proud I am of him/her when he/she is good [babies how proud I am of them when they are good] TS6_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
26     M18 I make my baby [babies] feel proud when he/she does [they do] well TS7_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
27     M19 I talk to my baby [babies] in a warm and affectionate way TS8_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
28     M20 I make my baby [babies] feel what he/she does [they do] is important TS9_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
29     M21 I pay a lot of attention to my baby [babies] TS10_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
30     M22 I try to make my baby [babies] happy TS11_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
31     M23 I like to spend time with my baby [babies] TS12_M9M TSM9M 1 Almost always true Raw  
              2 Mostly true    
              3 Occasionally true    
              4 Almost never true    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
32   Looking after baby M24 To what extent are you involved in the day to day care of your baby [babies], for example feeding, holding, changing? INV1_M9M INVM9M 1 Not much of the time Raw  
              2 Some of the time    
              3 Most of the time    
              4 All of the time    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
33     M25 How involved is your partner in the day to day care of your baby [babies]? INV2_M9M INVM9M 1 Not much of the time Raw  
              2 Some of the time    
              3 Most of the time    
              4 All of the time    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
34     M26 How much of the time are you directly responsible for your baby [babies], for example, in sole care of him/her [them], making babysitting arrangements, looking after him/her [them] if they are sick? INV3_M9M INVM9M 1 Not much of the time Raw  
              2 Some of the time    
              3 Most of the time    
              4 All of the time    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
35     M27 How often is your partner directly responsible for your baby [babies]? INV4_M9M INVM9M 1 Not much of the time Raw  
              2 Some of the time    
              3 Most of the time    
              4 All of the time    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
36   Being the parent of a new baby M28 How satisfying has being the parent of (a new baby/your new babies) been for you? EL1_M9M EL13M9M 1 Not at all satisfying Raw For M28-M38, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              6 Completely satisfying    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
37     M29 How much do you think that you positively affect your [baby's/babies’] development? EL2_M9M EL249M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              6 A great deal    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
38     M30 How much have the tasks of taking care of [a new baby/your new babies] been satisfying to you? EL3_M9M EL13M9M 1 Not at all satisfying Raw  
              6 Completely satisfying    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
39     M31 How much do you think your [baby/babies] enjoys [his/her/their] interactions with you? EL4_M9M EL249M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              6 A great deal    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
40     M32 How much of the time can you tell what your (baby needs/babies need)? EL5_M9M EL5M9M 1 Hardly ever Raw  
              6 Almost all of the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
41     M33 How much (does the baby seem like a person, with his/her own personality to you/do the babies seem like persons, with their own personalities to you)? EL6_M9M EL6M9M 1 Very little of the time Raw  
              6 All of the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
42     M34 How well do you think that you know your [baby/babies]? EL7_M9M EL7M9M 1 Hardly at all Raw  
              6 Very well    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
43     M35 How well are you meeting your expectations for yourself as a parent of [a new baby/your new babies]? EL8_M9M EL8M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              6 Completely    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
44     M36 How much [has the baby's/have the babies'] growth and development been a source of satisfaction to you? EL9_M9M EL249M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              6 A great deal    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
45     M37 How in tune with your [baby/babies] do you feel? EL10_M9M EL10M9M 1 Not at all in tune Raw  
              6 Completely in tune    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
46     M38 How satisfied are you with the way that you relate to your [baby/babies] and your [baby's/babies'] needs? EL11_M9M EL11SM9M 1 Not at all satisfied Raw  
              6 Completely satisfied    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
47     M39 How satisfied are you with the help you get from your partner? ST1_M9M EL11SM9M 1 Not at all satisfied Raw  
              6 Completely satisfied    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
48     M40 How satisfied are you with the help you get from your family? ST2_M9M EL11SM9M 1 Not at all satisfied Raw  
              6 Completely satisfied    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
49     M41 How confident are you when caring for your baby [babies]? ST3_M9M ST3M9M 1 Not at all confident Raw  
              6 Completely confident    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
50     M42 How close do you feel to your baby [babies]? ST4_M9M ST4M9M 1 Not at all close Raw  
              6 Completely close    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
51   Parenting values M43 Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to be ambitious NVL1_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
52       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to be a good person NVL1_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
53       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to take on challenges NVL1_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
54       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to have a concern for our world and environment NVL1_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
55       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to have a sense of family/whanau NVL1_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
56       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to have an understanding of their culture NVL1_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
57       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to be successful NVL1_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
58       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to enjoy life NVL1_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
59       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to have initiative NVL1_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
60       Which three of these values are most important to your child's development: to respect others NVL1_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
61     M44 Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to be ambitious NVL2_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
62       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to be a good person NVL2_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
63       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to take on challenges NVL2_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
64       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to have a concern for our world and environment NVL2_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
65       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to have a sense of family/whanau NVL2_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
66       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to have an understanding of their culture NVL2_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
67       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to be successful NVL2_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
68       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to enjoy life NVL2_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
69       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to have initiative NVL2_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
70       Which three of these values are least important to your child's development: to respect others NVL2_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
71   Baby's health care services M45 With regard to your baby's[babies] health care, which of the statements below best describes your situation? HC1_M9M EHC1M9M 1 Single doctor Raw  
              2 One of several GPs in the same practice    
              3 One of several GPs in different practices    
              4 Take baby [babies] to a hospital ED    
              5 Use the afterhours doctors    
              6 Not taken baby [babies] to a doctor    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
72     M46 What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: gp name and location?     .     Free text information
 
73       What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: doctors name?     .     Free text information
 
74       What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: clinic name?     .     Free text information
 
75       What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: address 1?     .     Free text information
 
76       What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: address 2?     .     Free text information
 
77       What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: address 3?     .     Free text information
 
78       What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: address 4?     .     Free text information
 
79       What is the name of the gp or gp practice where you most often take your baby [babies]? and where is it located: address 5?     .     Free text information
 
80     M47 Is this the same GP or GP practice that you used prior to baby's [babies'] birth? HC3_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
81     M48 Did you have difficulties finding a GP for your baby [babies]: No difficulties? NHC4_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
82       Did you have difficulties finding a GP for your baby [babies]: Difficulty finding a GP I was happy with? NHC4_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
83       Did you have difficulties finding a GP for your baby [babies]: Practices were not taking new patients? NHC4_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
84       Did you have difficulties finding a GP for your baby [babies]: Moved to new area and did not know local services? NHC4_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
85       Difficulties finding a GP - could not find a GP who spoke my language     .     Combined low cell count responses of NHC4_5_M9M with 'Other' HC4_97_M9M
 
86       Did you have difficulties finding a GP for your baby [babies]: Other? NHC4_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Combined low cell count responses of NHC4_5_M9M with 'Other' NHC4_97_M9M
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
87     M49 All things considered, how satisfied are you with your baby's [babies'] usual GP practice? HC5_M9M HC5M9M 1 Completely dissatisfied Raw  
              2 Very dissatisfied    
              3 Fairly dissatisfied    
              4 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
              5 Fairly satisfied    
              6 Very satisfied    
              7 Completely satisfied    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
88     M50 Has your baby [have your babies] ever been seen by any complementary or alternative practitioners or a traditional healer? HC6_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
89     M51 Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: seen your baby - Acupuncturist? NHC7_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
90       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Chiropractor? NHC7_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
91       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Osteopath? NHC7_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
92       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Massage therapist? NHC7_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
93       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Homeopath? NHC7_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
94       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Naturopath? NHC7_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
95       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Spiritual healer? NHC7_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
96       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Herbalist? NHC7_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
97       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner? NHC7_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
98       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Maori Healer? NHC7_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
99       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Pacific Healer? NHC7_11_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
100       Seen your baby - Feldenkrais or Alexander Technique Practitioner     .     Combined low cell count responses of NHC7_12_M9M with 'Other' NHC7_97_M9M
 
101       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Aromatherapist? NHC7_13_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
102       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: Colour Therapist? NHC7_14_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
103       Please indicate all those that have seen your baby [babies]: other? NHC7_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Combined low cell count responses of NHC7_12_M9M with 'Other' NHC7_97_M9M
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
104 About you and your family Family's health M52 How many people aged 18 years or over live in the household? HH11_M9M HH11M9M 1 Number of adults Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
105       How many people aged 18 years or over live in the household: number? HH11NUM_M9M EHHM9M 6 6 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
106     M53 How many people aged under 18 years live in the household? HH12_M9M HH12M9M 1 Number of children Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
107       How many people aged under 18 years live in the household : number? HH12NUM_M9M EHHM9M 6 6 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
108     M54 Over the past 3 months has anyone in the household, excluding your baby [babies], had a serious skin infection? By this I mean school sores, scabies, impetigo, boils, or cellulitis, or been admitted to hospital with a skin infection. FH1_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
109     M55 How many people in the household, excluding your baby [babies], have had a serious skin infection over the past 3 months? FH2_M9M FH2M9M 1 Number of people Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
110       How many people in the household, excluding your baby [babies], have had a serious skin infection over the past 3 months: number? FH2NUM_M9M EFH2M9M 4 4 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
111   Your house M56 How many bedrooms are there in this house? HH10_M9M HH10M9M 1 Number of bedrooms Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
112       How many bedrooms are there in this house: number? HH10NUM_M9M EHHM9M 6 6 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
113     M57 Do you heat your house? HOU1_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
114     M58 What form/s of heating do you use: electricity? NHOU2_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
115       What form/s of heating do you use: flued gas heater? NHOU2_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
116       What form/s of heating do you use: unflued portable gas heater? NHOU2_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
117       What form/s of heating do you use: wood? NHOU2_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
118       What form/s of heating do you use: coal? NHOU2_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
119       What form/s of heating do you use: solar heating equipment? NHOU2_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
120       What form/s of heating do you use: HRV? NHOU2_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
121       What form/s of heating do you use: other? NHOU2_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
122     M59 What form/s of heating do you use: electricity? NHOU3_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
123       What form/s of heating do you use: flued gas heater? NHOU3_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
124       What form/s of heating do you use: unflued portable gas heater? NHOU3_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
125       What form/s of heating do you use: wood? NHOU3_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
126       What form/s of heating do you use: coal? NHOU3_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
127       What form/s of heating do you use: solar heating equipment? NHOU3_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
128       What form/s of heating do you use: no heating? NHOU3_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
129       What form/s of heating do you use: HRV? NHOU3_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
130       What form/s of heating do you use: other? NHOU3_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
131     M60 How often would you say the house where 'baby' lives most was damp? HOU4_M9M HOUM9M 1 Never/hardly ever Raw  
              2 Not very often    
              3 Quite often    
              4 Always/almost always    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
132     M61 How often was there heavy condensation in the room where your baby sleeps at night, that is, water trickling down the inside of the windows or wall, or a puddle of water at the bottom of the window or wall? HOU5_M9M HOUM9M 1 Never/hardly ever Raw  
              2 Not very often    
              3 Quite often    
              4 Always/almost always    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
133     M62 Thinking about the past two weeks, has there been mould or mildew on the walls or ceilings in the room where your baby sleeps at night? HOU6_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
134   Your own general health M63 Thinking about your current health, in general how would you say your health was? GH1_M9M GH1M9M 1 Poor Raw  
              2 Fair    
              3 Good    
              4 Very good    
              5 Excellent    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
135     M64 Which, if any, of the following health problems have you had: coughing on most days? NGH10_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
136       Which, if any, of the following health problems have you had: pneumonia? NGH10_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
137       Which, if any, of the following health problems have you had: asthma? NGH10_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
138       Which, if any, of the following health problems have you had: eczema? NGH10_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
139       Which, if any, of the following health problems have you had: hayfever? NGH10_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
140       Which, if any, of the following health problems have you had: food allergy? NGH10_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
141       Which, if any, of the following health problems have you had: none of these? NGH10_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
142     M65 Do you currently have a disability that is long term, lasting 6 months or more? GH2_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
143     M66 Do you currently have an illness that is long term, lasting 6 months or more? GH11_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
144     M67 Do you currently have a disability that is long term, lasting 6 months or more: Disabilities and/or illnesses option 1 (ICD10 code) ? NGH12_1_M9M ICDLM9M 1 A:-Infectious and parasitic diseases Re-classified Re-classified to ICD10 chapters
              2 B:-Infectious and parasitic diseases    
              3 C:-Malignant neoplasms    
              4 D00-D49:-In situ neoplasms    
              5 D50-D89:-Diseases of blood, blood-forming organs, immune mechanism    
              6 E:-Endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic disease    
              7 F:-Mental and behavioral disorders    
              8 G:-Diseases of the nervous system    
              9 H00-H59:-Diseases of the eye and adnexa    
              10 H60-H95:-Diseases of the ear and mastoid process    
              11 I:-Diseases of the circulatory system    
              12 J:-Diseases of the respiratory system    
              13 K:-Diseases of the digestive system    
              14 L:-Diseases of skin and subcutaneous tissue    
              15 M:-Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue    
              16 N:-Diseases of the genitourinary system    
              17 O:-Pregnancy, childbirth, and the puerperium    
              18 P:-Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period    
              19 Q:-Congenital malformations, deformations, and chromosomal abnormalities    
              20 R:-Symptoms, signs, and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified    
              21 S,T:-Injury, poisoning, and certain other consequences of external causes    
              22 V,W,X,Y:-External causes of morbidity and mortality    
              23 Z:-Factors influencing health status and contact with health services    
 
145       Do you currently have a disability that is long term, lasting 6 months or more: Disabilities and/or illnesses option 2 (ICD10 code)? NGH12_2_M9M ICDLM9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to ICD10 chapters
 
146       Do you currently have a disability that is long term, lasting 6 months or more: Disabilities and/or illnesses option 3 (ICD10 code)? NGH12_3_M9M ICDLM9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to ICD10 chapters
 
147       Do you currently have a disability that is long term, lasting 6 months or more: Disabilities and/or illnesses option 4 (ICD10 code)? NGH12_4_M9M ICDLM9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to ICD10 chapters
 
148     M68 Does your disability or illness impact upon your ability to care for your baby [babies]? GH13_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
149   Lifestyle M69 Do you currently smoke regularly, at least one cigarette a day? SM4_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
150     M70 How many per day, on average? SM5_M9M SM5M9M 1 Number of Cigarettes Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
151       Number of cigarettes smoked per day SM5NUM_M9M ESM5M9M 1 1-2 cigarettes Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              2 3-4 cigarettes    
              3 5-6 cigarettes    
              4 7-8 cigarettes    
              5 9-10 cigarettes    
              6 11-15 cigarettes    
              7 16 or more cigarettes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
152     M71 How many people who live in your household smoke cigarettes? SM10_M9M SM10M9M 1 Number of People Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
153       Number of cigarette smokers in house SM10NUM_M9M SM10NM9M 5 5 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
154   Alcohol/drugs and gambling M72 Average servings of alcohol per week ALC4GP_M9M EALC4M9M 0 0. Did not drink Categorised Upper extreme categorised
              1 1. Less than 1 drink    
              2 2. 1-3 drinks    
              3 3. 4-19 drinks    
              4 4. 20+ drinks    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
155     M73 Have you ever used marijuana? Including pot/hash/hashish? DU1_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
156     M74 Have you used marijuana in the last 9 months (since the birth of 'baby' [the babies])? DU2_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
157     M75 Frequency of marijuana use since birth of baby     .     Highly sensitive
 
158     M76 Have you ever had a time in your life when you used any of these other drugs (amphetamines,cocaine,ecstasy,opiates,hallucinogens and party pills)? DU4_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
159     M77 Has this been in the last 9 months (since the birth of 'baby' [the babies])? DU5_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
160     M78 Frequency of hard drug use since birth of baby     .     Highly sensitive
 
161     M79 Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Housie or bingo? NGA1_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
162       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Casino gambling tables? NGA1_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
163       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Gambling on the internet? NGA1_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
164       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Playing cards for money NGA1_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
165       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Casino pokie machines? NGA1_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
166       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Raffles? NGA1_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
167       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Lotto/keno/scratch? NGA1_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
168       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Pokie machines in bars/pubs? NGA1_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
169       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Pokie machines in clubs? NGA1_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
170       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Betting on horse races? NGA1_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
171       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Sports betting? NGA1_11_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
172       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: None of these? NGA1_13_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
173       Over the last 12 months, on which of the following activities have you spent money: Other? NGA1_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
174     M80 How often take part in gambling activities GA2_M9M GA2M9M 1 Less than monthly Categorised Upper extreme categorised
              2 Monthly    
              3 Weekly    
              5 Daily/Less than daily    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
175     M81 How much money on average would you spend on these in a typical week: dollars? GA3_M9M GA3M9M 1 Dollars Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
176       How much money on average would you spend on these in a typical week: dollars categories? GA3GP_M9M GA3GPM9M 1 $1 Categorised Upper extreme categorised
              2 $2-$5    
              3 $6-$10    
              4 $11-$20    
              5 $21+    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
177     M82 How much time would you spend gambling in one typical week (Excluding Lotto/Keno/Scratch and Raffles)? GA4_M9M EGA4M9M 240 240 or more Derived and Categorised Values converted in minutes. Upper extreme categorised
 
178       Average time spent gambling in typical week - hours     .     Information contained in GA4_M9M
 
179       Average time spent gambling in typical week - minutes     .     Information contained in GA4_M9M
 
180   Your personal wellbeing M83 In the past seven days I have looked forward with enjoyment to things. EDI10_M9M EDI10M9M 1 Hardly at all Raw For M83-M93, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Definitely less than I used to    
              3 Rather Less Than I Used To    
              4 As Much As I Ever Did    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
181     M84 In the past seven days I have been able to laugh and see the funny side of things. EDI1_M9M EDI1M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              2 Definitely not so much now    
              3 Not quite so much now    
              4 As much as I always could    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
182     M85 In the past seven days I have blamed myself for no particular reason when things went wrong. EDI2_M9M EDI2M9M 1 No, never Raw  
              2 Not very often    
              3 Yes, some of the time    
              4 Yes, most of the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
183     M86 In the past seven days I have been anxious or worried for no particular reason. EDI3_M9M EDI3M9M 1 No, not at all Raw  
              2 Hardly ever    
              3 Yes, sometimes    
              4 Yes, very often    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
184     M87 In the past seven days I have felt scared or panicky for no particular reason. EDI4_M9M EDI4M9M 1 No, not at all Raw  
              2 No, not much    
              3 Yes, sometimes    
              4 Yes, quite a lot    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
185     M88 In the past seven days things have been getting too much for me. EDI5_M9M EDI5M9M 1 No, I have been coping as well as ever Raw  
              2 No, most of the time I have coped quite well    
              3 Yes, sometimes I haven't been coping as well as usual    
              4 Yes, most of the time I haven't been able to cope at all    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
186     M89 In the past seven days I have been so unhappy that I have had difficulty sleeping. EDI6_M9M EDI6M9M 1 No, not at all Raw  
              2 Not very often    
              3 Yes, sometimes    
              4 Yes, most of the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
187     M90 In the past seven days I have felt sad or miserable. EDI7_M9M EDI7M9M 1 No, not at all Raw  
              2 Not very often    
              3 Yes, quite often    
              4 Yes, most of the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
188     M91 In the past seven days the thought of harming myself has occurred to me. EDI8_M9M EDI8M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Hardly ever    
              3 Sometimes    
              4 Yes, quite often    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
189     M92 In the past seven days I have been so unhappy that I have been crying. EDI9_M9M EDI9M9M 1 No, never Raw  
              2 Only occasionally    
              3 Yes, quite often    
              4 Yes, most of the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
190     M93 How difficult have these feelings made it for you to care for your baby [babies]? EDI11_M9M EDI11M9M 1 Not difficult at all Raw  
              2 Somewhat difficult    
              3 Very difficult    
              4 Extremely difficult    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
191     M94 Over the last two weeks, how often you have bothered by: Feeling nervous, anxious or on edge? AX1_M9M AX17M9M 1 Not at all Raw For M94-M101, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Several days    
              3 More than half the days    
              4 Nearly every day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
192     M95 Over the last two weeks, how often you have bothered by: Not being able to stop or control worrying? AX2_M9M AX17M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              2 Several days    
              3 More than half the days    
              4 Nearly every day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
193     M96 Over the last two weeks, how often you have bothered by: Worrying too much about different things? AX3_M9M AX17M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              2 Several days    
              3 More than half the days    
              4 Nearly every day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
194     M97 Over the last two weeks, how often you have bothered by: Trouble relaxing? AX4_M9M AX17M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              2 Several days    
              3 More than half the days    
              4 Nearly every day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
195     M98 Over the last two weeks, how often you have bothered by: Being so restless that it is hard to sit still? AX5_M9M AX17M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              2 Several days    
              3 More than half the days    
              4 Nearly every day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
196     M99 Over the last two weeks, how often you have bothered by: Becoming easily annoyed or irritable? AX6_M9M AX17M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              2 Several days    
              3 More than half the days    
              4 Nearly every day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
197     M100 Over the last two weeks, how often you have bothered by: Feeling afraid as if something awful might happen? AX7_M9M AX17M9M 1 Not at all Raw  
              2 Several days    
              3 More than half the days    
              4 Nearly every day    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
198     M101 How difficult have these feelings made it for you to care for your baby [babies]? AX8_M9M AX8M9M 1 Not Difficult At All Raw  
              2 Somewhat Difficult    
              3 Very Difficult    
              4 Extremely Difficult    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
199   Sources of stress M102 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about a disabled or ill family member (adult or child)? FS1_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
200     M103 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about current housing difficulties? FS2_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
201     M104 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about balancing work and family life? FS3_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
202     M105 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about money problems? FS4_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
203     M106 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about family members not getting on? FS5_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
204     M107 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about another child's behaviour? FS6_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
205     M108 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about being the parent of this baby [these babies]? FS7_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
206     M109 In the time since 'baby' was [the babies were] born, to what extent are the following a source of stress for you and your family: Worry about who does household chores? FS8_M9M FSM9M 1 Not at all stressful Raw  
              2 Somewhat stressful    
              3 Moderately stressful    
              4 Highly stressful    
              5 Not applicable    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
207   Sources of support M110 How helpful do you generally find: Your partner? SPF1_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw For M110-M121, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
208     M111 How helpful do you generally find: Your parent/s? SPF2_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
209     M112 How helpful do you generally find: Your partner's parent/s? SPF3_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
210     M113 How helpful do you generally find: Your extended family (cousins, brothers and sisters, grandparents, etc.)? SPF4_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
211     M114 How helpful do you generally find: Your partner's extended family (cousins, grandparents, brothers and sisters, etc.)? SPF5_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
212     M115 How helpful do you generally find: Your friends? SPF6_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
213     M116 How helpful do you generally find: Your family doctor? SPE1_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
214     M117 How helpful do you generally find: Professionals (e.g., Plunket nurse, Well child nurse, kaiawhina)? SPE2_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
215     M118 How helpful do you generally find: Daycare centre, Kohanga Reo, home-based programme, nanny, etc.? SPE3_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
216     M119 How helpful do you generally find: Early parenting support programmes, e.g., Parents as First teachers? SPE4_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
217     M120 How helpful do you generally find: Books? SPE5_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
218     M121 How helpful do you generally find: Internet? SPE6_M9M SP_FEM9M 1 Not available Raw  
              2 Not at all helpful    
              3 Sometimes helpful    
              4 Generally helpful    
              5 Very helpful    
              6 Extremely helpful    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
219   You and your partner M122 Relationship - want to grow old with partner CMT1_M9M CMTM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw For M122-M127, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Not sure    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
220     M123 Relationship - when imagine future, always see partner next to me CMT2_M9M CMTM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Not sure    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
221     M124 Relationship - important to work through difficulties CMT3_M9M CMTM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Not sure    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
222     M125 Relationship - when have children, should expect to stay together CMT4_M9M CMTM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Not sure    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
223     M126 Relationship - social costs would stop me separating CMT5_M9M CMTM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Not sure    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
224     M127 Relationship - materials costs would stop me separating CMT6_M9M CMTM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Not sure    
              4 Agree    
              5 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
225     M128 WH - Past 4 weeks - let each other know really care WH1_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw For M128-M136, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
226     M129 WH - Past 4 weeks - get angry with each other WH2_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
227     M130 WH - Past 4 weeks - dislike each other's ideas WH3_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
228     M131 WH - Past 4 weeks - shout when upset at each other WH4_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
229     M132 WH - Past 4 weeks - act lovingly and affectionately to each other WH5_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
230     M133 WH - Past 4 weeks - appreciate each other's ideas or things you do WH6_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
231     M134 WH - Past 4 weeks - help other do something important to them WH7_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
232     M135 WH - Past 4 weeks - argue when disagree about something WH8_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
233     M136 WH - Past 4 weeks - argue when disagree about something WH9_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
234     M137 CF - Past 4 weeks - push and shove each other when arguing CFL1_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw For M137-M146, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
235     M138 CF - Past 4 weeks - raise your voices when arguing CFL2_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
236     M139 CF - Past 4 weeks - throw things at each other when arguing CFL3_M9M CFL3M9M 1 Never Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often/All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
237     M140 CF - Past 4 weeks - yell at each other when angry CFL4_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
238     M141 CF - Past 4 weeks - break things when arguing CFL5_M9M CFL5M9M 1 Never Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often/All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
239     M142 CF - Past 4 weeks - swear at each other when angry CFL6_M9M WH9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Almost never    
              3 Not very often    
              4 Quite often    
              5 Very often    
              6 Extremely Often    
              7 All the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
240     M143 In general, how would you describe your relationship? CFL7_M9M CFL7M9M 1 No tension Raw For M143-M146, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Some tension    
              3 A lot of tension    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
241     M144 With partner, work out arguments with CFL8_M9M CFL8M9M 1 No difficulty Raw  
              2 Some difficulty    
              3 Great difficulty    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
242     M145 Arguments result in feeling down or bad about self CFL9_M9M CFL9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Often    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't know    
 
243     M146 Arguments result in hitting, kicking or pushing CFL10_M9M CFL9M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Sometimes    
              3 Often    
              98 Refused    
              99 Don't know    
 
244 About your work Leave usage M147 Did you have a paid job at any time while you were pregnant with baby? OC37_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
245     M148 Did you go on any leave either before or after 'baby' was born [the babies were born]? OC38_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
246   Why no leave was taken M149 Why did you not take any leave: Financial reasons? NOC50_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
247       Why did you not take any leave: Government regulations about entitlement? NOC50_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
248       Why did you not take any leave: Company or employer regulations about entitlement? NOC50_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
249       Why did you not take any leave: Professional or work commitments? NOC50_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
250       Why did you not take any leave: Parenting preferences? NOC50_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
251       Why did you not take any leave: Resigned? NOC50_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
252       Why did you not take any leave: Redundancy? NOC50_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
253       Why did you not take any leave: Flexible work arranged? NOC50_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
254       Why did you not take any leave: Self-employed/run family business? NOC50_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
255       Why did you not take any leave: Other? NOC50_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
256   Nature of leave and pay during leave M150 What kind of leave did you take: Paid parental leave? NOC51_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
257       What kind of leave did you take: Unpaid parental leave? NOC51_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
258       What kind of leave did you take: Annual leave? NOC51_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
259       Took leave - Sick leave     .     Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable. Combined sensitive and low cell count responses of nOC51_5_m9M with 'Other' nOC51_97_m9M
 
260       What kind of leave did you take: Other? NOC51_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Combined sensitive and low cell count responses of nOC51_5_m9M with 'Other' nOC51_97_m9M
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
261     M151 How Long, in total, were you on leave for? include both paid and unpaid leave. OC39_M9M EOC39M9M 96 Still on leave Derived Values converted to weeks
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
262       How long, in total, were you on leave for: days?     .     Information contained in OC39_M9M
 
263       How long, in total, were you on leave for: weeks?     .     Information contained in OC39_M9M
 
264       How long, in total, were you on leave for: months?     .     Information contained in OC39_M9M
 
265     M152 For How long were you on paid parental leave plus additional pay from your employer? OC53_M9M EOC53M9M 88 Not applicable Derived Values converted to weeks
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
266       For how long were you on paid parental leave plus additional pay from your employer: days?     .     Information contained in OC53_M9M
 
267       For how long were you on paid parental leave plus additional pay from your employer: weeks?     .     Information contained in OC53_M9M
 
268       For how long were you on paid parental leave plus additional pay from your employer: months?     .     Information contained in OC53_M9M
 
269     M153 For How long were you on only paid parental leave? OC54_M9M EOC54M9M 88 Not applicable Derived Values converted to weeks
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
270       For how long were you on only paid parental leave: days?     .     Information contained in OC54_M9M
 
271       For how long were you on only paid parental leave: weeks?     .     Information contained in OC54_M9M
 
272       For how long were you on only paid parental leave: months?     .     Information contained in OC54_M9M
 
273     M154 For How long were you on annual leave? OC55_M9M EOC55M9M 88 Not applicable Derived Values converted to weeks
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
274       For how long were you on annual leave: days?     .     Information contained in OC55_M9M
 
275       For how long were you on annual leave: weeks?     .     Information contained in OC55_M9M
 
276       For how long were you on annual leave: months?     .     Information contained in OC55_M9M
 
277     M155 For how long did you receive some other type of pay (weeks)? OC56_M9M EOC56M9M 88 Not applicable Derived Values converted to weeks
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
278       Days on other type of pay     .     Information contained in OC56_M9M
 
279       Weeks on other type of pay     .     Information contained in OC56_M9M
 
280       Months on other type of pay     .     Information contained in OC56_M9M
 
281     M156 For how long did you receive no pay at all (weeks)? OC57_M9M EOC57M9M 88 Not applicable Derived Values converted to weeks
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
282       For how long did you receive no pay at all: days?     .     Information contained in OC57_M9M
 
283       For how long did you receive no pay at all: weeks?     .     Information contained in OC57_M9M
 
284       For how long did you receive no pay at all: months?     .     Information contained in OC57_M9M
 
285     M157 Do you have a paid job at the current time? OC52_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
286     M158 Think about any current paid work you are doing; In that job, which of these are you: paid employee, self-employed, employer of other person in my own business, working in a family business? OC3_M9M OC3M9M 1 A paid employee Raw  
              2 Self employed and not employing others    
              3 An employer of other persons in my own business    
              4 Working in a family business of family farm    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
287     M159 How old was 'baby' [were the babies] when you returned or started work (weeks)? OC44_M9M EOC44M9M 98 RF Derived Values converted to weeks
              99 DK    
 
288       How old was baby' [were the babies] when you returned or started work: days?     .     Information contained in OC44_M9M
 
289       How old was baby [were the babies] when you returned or started work: weeks?     .     Information contained in OC44_M9M
 
290       How old was baby [were the babies] when you returned or started work: months?     .     Information contained in OC44_M9M
 
291     M160 Did you return to work for your previous employer, a new or different employer, or become self-employed? OC46_M9M OC46M9M 1 Previous employer Raw  
              2 New or different employer    
              3 Became self employed    
              4 No previous job    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
292     M161 Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Used up parental leave? NOC47_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
293       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Paid parental leave ended? NOC47_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
294       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Employer wanted me to return at that time? NOC47_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
295       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Needed the money? NOC47_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
296       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Enjoy working and wanted to return? NOC47_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
297       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Would hurt my career to stay away long? NOC47_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
298       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Wanted to get out of house? NOC47_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
299       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Missed company at work? NOC47_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
300       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Had arranged childcare by then? NOC47_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
301       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Job is seasonal? NOC47_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
302       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Self-employed/ family run business? NOC47_12_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
303       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Sharing caregiving with father? NOC47_13_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Other specified text responses have been translated into a new numeric variable
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
304       Why did you decide to return to work [start work] at that time: Other? NOC47_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
305     M162 Including overtime, how many hours a week do you usually work in all your jobs? OC5_M9M OC5M9M 1 Number of hours Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
306       Number of hours worked / week in total [all jobs, including overtime(paid and unpaid)]? OC5H_M9M EOC5HM9M 50 50 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
 
307     M163 Do you usually work on weekends? OC48_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
308     M164 Which of these best describes your current work schedule in your (main) job? NOC49_M9M OC49M9M 1 A regular daytime schedule Raw  
              2 A regular evening shift    
              3 A regular night shift    
              4 A rotating shift (changes from days to evenings to nights)    
              5 Split shift (two distinct periods each day)    
              6 On call    
              7 Irregular schedule    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
309   Not currentlty working M165 Do you have a job you will be starting within the next four weeks? OC14_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
310     M166 At any time in the last four weeks did you look for paid work? OC15_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
311     M167 In the last four weeks did you do any of the following (specified in questionnaire) to find work? OC16_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
312     M168 If a job had been available, could you have started last week? OC17_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
313     M169 What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Prefer to look after my own child(ren)? NOC18_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
314       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Too busy with family? NOC18_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
315       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Partner earns enough to support us? NOC18_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
316       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: No jobs available? NOC18_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
317       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Can’t find a job that interests me? NOC18_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
318       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Can’t find a job with enough flexibility? NOC18_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
319       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Can’t get suitable child care? NOC18_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
320       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: It’s not worthwhile with child care costs? NOC18_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
321       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Will lose government benefits if I work? NOC18_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
322       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: I am studying? NOC18_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
323       What are the reasons you are not currently in paid work, not looking for work, or still on leave: Other? NOC18_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
324 About finances Income M170 What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Wages, salary, etc? NFIN17_1_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
325       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Self-employment or business.? NFIN17_2_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
326       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Interest, dividends, rent, other investments.? NFIN17_3_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
327       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Regular acc or private work accident insurer payments.? NFIN17_4_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
328       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Nz superannuation or veteran’s pension.? NFIN17_5_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
329       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Other superannuation pensions, annuities? NFIN17_6_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
330       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Unemployment benefit.? NFIN17_7_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
331       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Sickness benefit? NFIN17_8_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
332       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Domestic purposes benefit.? NFIN17_9_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
333       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Invalid benefit.? NFIN17_10_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
334       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Student allowance (including scholarships, stipends).? NFIN17_11_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
335       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Other government benefits/ income support payments, war pensions.? NFIN17_12_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
336       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Paid parental leave.? NFIN17_13_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
337       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Child support payments.? NFIN17_15_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
338       What are all the ways that your household got income since “baby” was born [the babies were born], ending today: Family tax credits (e.g., working for families).? NFIN17_16_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
339       What Are All The Ways That Your Household Got Income Since “baby” Was Born [the Babies Were Born], Ending Today: None?     .     Responses anonymised
 
340       What Are All The Ways That Your Household Got Income Since “baby” Was Born [the Babies Were Born], Ending Today: Other? NFIN17_97_M9M NFI17M9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
341     M171 In the last 12 months what was your household’s total income? HHING_M9M INCM9M 1 1. <=20K Derived and Categorised  
              2 2. >20K <=30K    
              3 3. >30K <=50K    
              4 4. >50K <=70K    
              5 5. >70K <=100K    
              6 6. >100K <=150K    
              7 7. >150K    
 
342       In the last 12 months what was your household’s total income: dollars?     .     Information provided in HHING_M9M
 
343     M172 What period does that cover?     .     Information provided in HHING_M9M
 
344     M173 Entry correct?     .     Information provided in HHING_M9M
 
345     M174 In the last 12 months what was your household's total income, before tax or anything else was taken out of it?     .     Information provided in HHING_M9M
 
346   Economic condition affecting household and country M175 How do you think the general economic situation in the country now compares with 12 months ago? RC1_M9M RC15M9M 1 A lot worse Raw  
              2 A little worse    
              3 About the same    
              4 A little better    
              5 A lot better    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
347     M176 What are your expectations for the general economic situation in 12 months time? RC2_M9M RC15M9M 1 A lot worse Raw  
              2 A little worse    
              3 About the same    
              4 A little better    
              5 A lot better    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
348     M177 How do you think your household financial situation compares with 12 months ago? RC3_M9M RC15M9M 1 A lot worse Raw  
              2 A little worse    
              3 About the same    
              4 A little better    
              5 A lot better    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
349     M178 What are your expectations for your household financial situation in 12 months time? RC4_M9M RC15M9M 1 A lot worse Raw  
              2 A little worse    
              3 About the same    
              4 A little better    
              5 A lot better    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
350     M179 Has the general economic situation made your personal financial circumstances…? RC5_M9M RC15M9M 1 A lot worse Raw  
              2 A little worse    
              3 About the same    
              4 A little better    
              5 A lot better    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
351     M180 In the last 12 months have you personally: been forced to buy cheaper food so that you could pay for other things you needed? DP1_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
352     M181 In the last 12 months have you personally: put up with feeling cold to save heating costs? DP2_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
353     M182 In the last 12 months have you personally: made use of special food grants or food banks because you did not have enough money for food? DP3_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
354     M183 In the last 12 months have you personally: continued wearing shoes with holes because you could not afford replacements? DP4_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
355     M184 In the last 12 months have you personally: gone without fresh fruit and vegetables often, so that you could pay for other things you needed? DP5_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
356     M185 In the last 12 months have you personally: received help in the form of food, clothes or money from a community organisation (like the Salvation Army)? DP6_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
357     M186 In the last 12 months have you personally: had any difficulty paying for medical care or medicines that your baby [babies] needed? AC12_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
358     M187 In the last 12 months have you personally: have you ever obtained a prescription for 'baby' [the babies] from the doctor, but didn't collect one or more of the items from the chemist because you could not afford it? AC15_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
359 Child care arrangements   M188 Over the past 1 month has your baby been looked after by anyone other than you or your partner? CC1_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
360     M189 How many hours each week in total does your baby [do your babies] spend in a regular care arrangement? CC3_M9M CC34M9M 1 Number of hours Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
361       How many hours each week in total does your baby [do your babies] spend in a regular care arrangement: Number of hours? CC3H_M9M ECC34M9M 50 50 or more Categorised Upper extreme categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
362     M190 How many hours each week does your baby [do your babies] spend in their main care arrangement? CC4_M9M CC34M9M 1 Number of hours Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
363       How many hours each week does your baby [do your babies] spend in their main care arrangement: Number of hours? CC4H_M9M ECC34M9M 50 50 or more Categorised Upper extreme categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
364     M191 What type of care does your baby [do your babies] have for the most hours per week? NCC5_M9M ECC5M9M 1 Daycare Centre Categorised Grouped two cases of 'Church crèche' and seven cases of 'Gym, leisure, or community centre' with 'Other'
              2 An organised home-based care programme such as Barnardos or PORSE    
              3 Kohanga Reo    
              4 Pacific Islands early childhood centre    
              5 Nanny    
              6 Grandparent    
              7 Other relative    
              10 Occasional care    
              11 Other person (includes friend or neighbour)    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
365     M192 Are you the person who most often drops off and picks up your baby [babies] from this care arrangement (or the person who is most often at home when the carer arrives)? CC6_M9M CC6M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              3 Live-in carer    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
366     M193 How long has your baby [have your babies] been attending this arrangement (weeks)? CC7_M9M ECC7M9M 39 39 or more Derived and Categorised Value converted to weeks. Upper extreme categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
367       How long has your baby [have your babies] been attending this arrangement: days?     .     Information contained in CC7_M9M
 
368       How long has your baby [have your babies] been attending this arrangement: weeks?     .     Information contained in CC7_M9M
 
369       How long has your baby [have your babies] been attending this arrangement: months?     .     Information contained in CC7_M9M
 
370     M194 Do you pay for this care arrangement? CC8_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
371     M194A Do you receive a childcare subsidy for this care arrangement? CC25_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
372     M195 How many children under two years of age, including your baby [babies], are usually present in the same room when he/she is [they are] at this arrangement? CC9_M9M CC910M9M 1 Number of children Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
373       How many children under two years of age, including your baby [babies], are usually present in the same room when he/she is [they are] at this arrangement: Number of children? CC9NUM_M9M ECC9M9M 20 20 or more Categorised Values converted to weeks. Upper extreme categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
374     M196 How many children under two years of age, including your baby [babies], are usually present in the same room when he/she is [they are] at this arrangement? CC10_M9M CC910M9M 1 Number of children Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
375       How many children under two years of age, including your baby [babies], are usually present in the same room when he/she is [they are] at this arrangement: Number of children? CC10NUM_M9M ECC9M9M 20 20 or more Categorised Values converted to weeks. Upper extreme categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
376     M197   CC11_M9M CC11M9M 1 Number of adults Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
377       How many adults are usually with your baby [babies] when he/she is [they are] at this arrangement: Number of adults? CC11NUM_M9M ECC11M9M 8 8 or more Categorised Values converted to weeks. Upper extreme categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
378     M198 Does your baby [do your babies] have a primary carer at this arrangement? CC12_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
379     M199 How often has your baby's [have your babies'] primary carer at this arrangement changed? CC13_M9M CC13M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once    
              3 Twice    
              4 Three times or more    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
380     M200 How often do the carers at this arrangement report to you about your baby's day [babies' days]? CC14_M9M CC14M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once a month    
              3 Once a week    
              4 Several times a week    
              5 Daily    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
381     M201 How often do the carers at this arrangement talk with you about your baby's [babies'] development? CC15_M9M CC14M9M 1 Never Raw  
              2 Once a month    
              3 Once a week    
              4 Several times a week    
              5 Daily    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
382     M202 How satisfied are you with this care arrangement? CC16_M9M CC16M9M 1 Very dissatisfied Raw  
              2 Dissatisfied    
              3 Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied    
              4 Satisfied    
              5 Very satisfied    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
383     M203 What is the name and location of this care arrangement?     .     Free text information
 
384       What is the name and location of this care arrangement: name of this care arrangement?     .     Free text information
 
385       What is the name and location of this care arrangement: location of this care arrangement?     .     Free text information
 
386       What is the name and location of this care arrangement: upcoded name of this care arrangement?     .     Free text information
 
387       What is the name and location of this care arrangement: upcoded location - address 1?     .     Free text information
 
388       What is the name and location of this care arrangement: upcoded location - address 2?     .     Free text information
 
389     M204 What is the main reason your baby is [babies are] in a regular child care arrangement at present? NCC18_M9M ECC18M9M 1 Work or study commitments Categorised Grouped five cases of 'Respite care' and seven cases of 'So I can attend to my own, partner's or relatives' health needs' with 'Other'
              2 Leisure or community activities    
              3 Break or time alone/attend to your own partner's or relatives    
              5 Social development    
              6 Intellectual or language development    
              8 Mix with other children    
              9 Relationships with grandparents    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
390     M205 What is the main reason your baby does [babies do] not have any regular child care arrangements at present? NCC2_M9M CC2M9M 1 Child does not need it Raw  
              2 No spare places/waiting list    
              3 Transport difficulties    
              4 No care available locally    
              5 Care not available on days/times I need it    
              6 Too expensive    
              7 Concerned with quality of care    
              8 Does not suit our culture or ethnic beliefs    
              9 Do not want baby cared for by strangers    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
391     M206 Are there any regular times during the week when your partner takes care of your baby [your babies] while you are not there? CC19_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
392     M207 How many hours per week is your baby [are your babies] looked after by your partner only? CC20_M9M CC20M9M 1 Hours per week Raw  
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
393       How many hours per week is your baby [are your babies] looked after by your partner only : Number of hours ? CC20NUM_M9M ECC20M9M 50 50 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
394     M208 Before any present care arrangements, has your baby ever been cared for in the past on a regular basis for at least 8 hours per week by someone other than yourself or your partner? CC21_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
395     M209 What was the first care arrangement your baby [babies] ever had for at least 8 hours per week? NCC22_M9M ECC22M9M 1 Daycare centre Categorised Grouped four cases of 'Kohanga Reo' and two cases of 'Gym, Leisure, or Community Centre' with 'Other'
              2 An organised home-based care programme such as Barnardos or PORSE    
              4 Pacific Islands Early Childhood Centre    
              5 Nanny    
              6 Grandparent    
              7 Other Relative    
              8 Church Crèche    
              10 Occasional Care    
              11 Other person (includes friend or neighbour)    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
396     M210 How old was your baby [were your babies] when you first started using that arrangement? CC23_M9M ECC23M9M 39 39 or more Derived and Categorised Value converted to weeks. Upper extreme categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
397       How old was your baby [were your babies] when you first started using that arrangement: weeks?     .     Information contained in CC23_M9M
 
398       How old was your baby [were your babies] when you first started using that arrangement: months?     .     Information contained in CC23_M9M
 
399     M211 In total, how many different regular child care arrangements have you used for your baby [babies] since birth:? CC24_M9M CC24M9M 1 Total number Raw Information contained in CC24NUM_M9M
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
400       In total, how many different regular child care arrangements have you used for your baby [babies] since birth: Number of arrangements? CC24NUM_M9M ECC24M9M 5 5 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
401 Where you live Who own your house M212 How many times have you moved house since the last interview? NE19_M9M NE19M9M 1 Number Of Moves Raw  
              88 Not moved    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
402       How many times have you moved house since the last interview: Number of times? NE19NUM_M9M ENE19M9M 4 4 or more Categorised Upper extremes categorised
              88 Not moved    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
403     M213 Do you, or anyone else who lives here, own or partly own this dwelling (with or without a mortgage)? HH6_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
404     M214 If nobody who lives here owns this dwelling, who owns it? HH7_M9M EHH7M9M 1 Private person, trust, or business Categorised Grouped four cases of 'Local authority or city council' with 'Other'
              2 Family trust    
              4 Housing New Zealand    
              5 Other state-owned corporation or state-owned enterprise, or government department or ministry    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
405     M215 Do you, or anyone else who lives here, pay rent to an owner or to an agent for this house/flat? HH8_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
406     M216 Do you, or anyone else who lives here, make mortgage payments for this house/flat? HH9_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
407   Why you live in your neighbourhood M217 Have you moved neighbourhood since the last interview? NE20_M9M YN2M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
408     M218 Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: For work? NNE4_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
409       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Good education/school zone? NNE4_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
410       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Friends/family nearby? NNE4_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
411       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Better or more affordable housing/rental? NNE4_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
412       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: People like us here? NNE4_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
413       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Good/safe neighbourhood? NNE4_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
414       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Handy to shops and other amenities? NNE4_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
415       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Pregnancy related reason? NNE4_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
416       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: I like local lifestyle? NNE4_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
417       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Spouse/partner/family have a house here? NNE4_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
418       Why do you live in this neighbourhood now: Other? NNE4_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
419     M219 From today, how long do you intend to stay in this neighbourhood: response categories? NE3_M9M ENE3M9M 98 RF Derived Values converted to years
              99 DK    
 
420       How long intend to stay in neighbourhood - Weeks     .     Information contained in NE3_M9M
 
421       How long intend to stay in neighbourhood - Months     .     Information contained in NE3_M9M
 
422       How long intend to stay in neighbourhood - Years     .     Information contained in NE3_M9M
 
423   Belonging to your community M220 How do you feel about your community: I feel like an outsider (or left out of things) in my community? BL1_M9M BLM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw For M220-M225, please refer to External Data Release 2017 Reference and Process User Guide.
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
424     M221 How do you feel about your community: I make friends easily in my community? BL2_M9M BLM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
425     M222 How do you feel about your community: I feel like I belong in my community? BL3_M9M BLM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
426     M223 How do you feel about your community: I feel awkward and out of place in my community? BL4_M9M BLM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
427     M224 How do you feel about your community: Other people seem to like me in my community? BL5_M9M BLM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
428     M225 How do you feel about your community: I feel lonely in my community? BL6_M9M BLM9M 1 Strongly disagree Raw  
              2 Disagree    
              3 Agree    
              4 Strongly agree    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
429     M226 Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Sports club? NBL7_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
430       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Church spiritual group? NBL7_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
431       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Hobby/interest group? NBL7_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
432       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Community/voluntary group? NBL7_4_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
433       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Education group? NBL7_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
434       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Parent/baby group? NBL7_6_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
435       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Ethnic/cultural group? NBL7_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
436       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Marae? NBL7_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
437       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Family/whanau? NBL7_9_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
438       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Online community/interest group? NBL7_10_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
439       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Work/School network? NBL7_11_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
440       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: None? NBL7_13_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
441       Do you belong to any of the social networks and groups or organisations: Other? NBL7_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
442   Transport M227 Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly: regular travel last 7 days - drove private car? NTR3A_1_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
443       Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly:regular travel last 7 days- Drove Company Car? NTR3A_2_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
444       Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly: regular travel last 7 days - Lifts From Family / Friends? NTR3A_3_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
445       Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly: regular travel last 7 days - Motorcycle/ Scooter?     .     Combined low cell count responses of NTR3A_4_M9M with 'Other' NTR3A_97_M9M
 
446       Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly: regular travel last 7 days - Public Transport? NTR3A_5_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
447       Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly: regular travel last 7 days - Cycle?     .     Combined low cell count responses of NTR3A_6_M9M with 'Other' NTR3A_97_M9M
 
448       Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly: regular travel last 7 days - Walk? NTR3A_7_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
449       Thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly: regular travel last 7 days - Taxi? NTR3A_8_M9M YNM9M 0 No Raw  
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
450       thinking of the last seven days, indicate how you travelled about most regularly:regular travel last 7 days - Other? NTR3A_97_M9M YNM9M 0 No Re-classified Combined low cell count responses of NTR3A_4_M9M and NTR3A_6_M9M with 'Other' NTR3A_97_M9M
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
451     M228 And what is the main form of transport that you use? TR3B_M9M ETR3M9M 1 Driving yourself in a private car Categorised Grouped five cases of 'Cycle' and five cases of 'Taxi' with 'Other'
              2 Driving yourself in a company car    
              3 Lifts from family and friends    
              4 Motorcycle/scooter    
              5 Public transport (bus/train/ferry)    
              7 Walk    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
452   Use of local and non-local services M229 Where you go everyday life to get the things that you need, refers to the area you live in, local and non-local: Are most of your main social networks… LC1_M9M LCM9M 1 Local Raw  
              2 Non-local    
              3 About half and half    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
453     M230 Where you go everyday life to get the things that you need, refers to the area you live in, local and non-local: Is most of your regular food shopping… LC2_M9M LCM9M 1 Local Raw  
              2 Non-local    
              3 About half and half    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
454     M231 Where you go everyday life to get the things that you need, refers to the area you live in, local and non-local: Are most of your GP/doctor/healthcare provider visits… LC3_M9M LCM9M 1 Local Raw  
              2 Non-local    
              3 About half and half    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
455     M232 Where you go everyday life to get the things that you need, refers to the area you live in, local and non-local: Is most of your support (from family, friends, people you trust and can call on for help, etc.)… LC4_M9M LCM9M 1 Local Raw  
              2 Non-local    
              3 About half and half    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
456     M233 The form of transport that I use most regularly, makes it difficult for me to get to these places, in my everyday life to get the things I need? TR4_M9M TR4M9M 1 Almost never Raw  
              2 Not often    
              3 Sometimes    
              4 Often    
              5 Most of the time    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
457 Language, ethnicity, and culture Languages spoken to baby M234 What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: English? NLN5_1_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
458       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Maori? NLN5_2_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
459       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Samoan? NLN5_3_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
460       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Tongan? NLN5_4_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
461       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Fijian? NLN5_5_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
462       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Niuean? NLN5_6_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
463       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Cook Islands Maori? NLN5_7_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
464       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Cantonese? NLN5_8_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
465       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Mandarin? NLN5_9_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
466       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Korean? NLN5_10_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
467       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Japanese? NLN5_11_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
468       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Hindi? NLN5_12_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
469       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: Arabic? NLN5_13_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
470       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: NZ sign language? NLN5_14_M9M LN5M9M 1 Yes Raw  
              2 No    
 
471       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: other specified 1? NLN5L1_97_1_M9M LANM9M 1 Germanic Re-classified Level 1 classification for other languages
              2 Romance    
              3 Greek    
              4 Balto-Slavic    
              5 Albanian    
              6 Armenian    
              7 Indo-Aryan    
              8 Celtic    
              9 Iranian    
              10 Turko-Altaic    
              11 Uralic    
              12 Dravidian    
              13 Sino-Tibeto-Burman    
              14 Austroasiatic    
              15 Tai-Kadai    
              16 Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian    
              17 Western Malayo-Polynesian    
              18 Afro-Asiatic    
              19 Niger-Congo (Congo-Kordafanian)    
              20 Pidgins and Creoles    
              21 Language Isolates    
              22 Miscellaneous Language Groupings    
              23 Artificial Languages    
              24 Sign Language    
              44 Don't Know    
              55 Refused To Answer    
              66 None (eg too young to talk)    
              77 Response Unidentifiable    
              88 Response Outside Scope    
              99 Not Stated    
 
472       What languages do you use to talk to your baby [babies]: other specified 2? NLN5L1_97_2_M9M LANM9M. .   Re-classified Level 1 classification for other languages
 
473       Languages used to talk to baby - Refused     .     Low cell counts observed
 
474     M235 What language do you mostly use to talk to your baby [babies]? NLN6M_M9M LAN2M9M 0 Other - multiple languages Re-classified Level 1 classification for other languages
              1 English    
                Germanic    
              2 Mäori    
                Romance    
              3 Greek    
                Samoan    
              4 Balto-Slavic    
                Tongan    
              5 Albanian    
                Fijian    
              6 Armenian    
                Niuean    
              7 Cook Islands Maori    
                Indo-Aryan    
              8 Celtic    
                Yue    
              9 Iranian    
                Northern Chinese    
              10 Korean    
                Turko-Altaic    
              11 Japanese    
                Uralic    
              12 Dravidian    
                Hindi    
              13 Arabic    
                Sino-Tibeto-Burman    
              14 Austroasiatic    
              15 Tai-Kadai    
              16 Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian    
              17 Western Malayo-Polynesian    
              18 Afro-Asiatic    
              19 Niger-Congo (Congo-Kordafanian)    
              20 Pidgins and Creoles    
              21 Language Isolates    
              22 Miscellaneous Language Groupings    
              23 Artificial Languages    
              24 Sign Language    
              44 Don't Know    
              55 Refused To Answer    
              66 None (eg too young to talk)    
              77 Response Unidentifiable    
              88 Response Outside Scope    
              99 Not Stated    
 
475       Language mostly used to talk to baby - Other specified 1 NLN6M_97_1_M9M LAN2M9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
 
476       Language mostly used to talk to baby - Other specified 2 NLN6M_97_2_M9M LAN2M9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
 
477       Language mostly used to talk to baby - Other specified 3 NLN6M_97_3_M9M LAN2M9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
 
478       Language mostly used to talk to baby - Other specified 4 NLN6M_97_4_M9M LAN2M9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
 
479       Language mostly used to talk to baby - Other specified 5 NLN6M_97_5_M9M LAN2M9M. .   Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of languages
 
480     M236 Why are you speaking mainly in this language to your baby [babies]? NLN7_M9M LN7M9M 1 This is the language I speak best Raw  
              2 This language helps maintain my culture    
              3 This language will be important for my baby’s overall future success    
              4 This language will enable my baby to speak to my family    
              5 I want to bring up my baby bilingually or multilingually    
              6 Other people want me to speak this language with my baby [babies]    
              97 Other    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
 
481   Baby's ethnicity M237 What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: New Zealand European?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
482       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Maori?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
483       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Samoan?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
484       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Cook Islands Maori?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
485       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Tongan?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
486       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Niuean?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
487       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Tokelauan?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
488       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Fijian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
489       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Fijian Indian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
490       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Other Pacific Peoples?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
491       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Indian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
492       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Sri Lankan?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
493       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Other Asian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
494       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Chinese?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
495       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Korean?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
496       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Japanese?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
497       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Filipino?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
498       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Cambodian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
499       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: VietNAME_IRDse?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
500       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Other Southeast Asian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
501       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Australian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
502       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: British And Irish?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
503       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Dutch?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
504       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Greek?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
505       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Polish?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
506       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: South Slav (Formerly Yugoslav)?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
507       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Italian?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
508       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: German?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
509       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Other European?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
510       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Middle Eastern?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
511       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Latin American/Hispanic?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
512       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: African?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
513       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: New Zealander?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
514       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Other (1st Option)?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
515       What ethnic group does your baby [do your babies] belong to: Other (2nd Option)?     .     Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity. See variables ETH5_E_M9M - ETH5_NZDER_M9M
 
516       Eth5-level 1. child ethncities - European ETH5_E_M9M ETHGPM9M 0 No Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity
              1 Yes    
              98 RF    
              99 DK    
              100 Not Stated    
 
517       Eth5-level 1. child ethncities - Maori ETH5_M_M9M ETHGPM9M 0 No Re-classified Re-classified to Statistics New Zealand Level 1 classification of Ethnicity
              1 Yes