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report/2006nrfucogtestround1QBANK.pdf#page=11NRFUWhat is YOUR/NAME’S race? You may choose one or more races. For this census, Hispanic origins are not races.2005
report/2006NRFURound2FinalReport.pdf#page=16NRFUWhat is YOUR/NAME’S race? You may choose one or more races. For this census, Hispanic origins are not races.2006
report/SpaceSavingRosterRevisedInstructions2005.pdf#page=132005 National Census TestWhat is Person 1’s race?2005
report/Miller_NCHS_2002RaceReport.pdf#page=11NHISWhich one of these groups, that is [READ GROUPS], would you say BEST represents {your/name’s} race?2002
report/Miller_NCHS_2002RaceReport.pdf#page=2NHISDo you feel like you belong to or relate to one of these groups [READ GROUPS] more than the other?2002
report/Miller_NCHS_2002RaceReport.pdf#page=2NHISDo you believe that you are identified more often by other people as belonging to only one of these groups, that is [READ GROUPS]?2002
report/Miller_NCHS_2002RaceReport.pdf#page=2NHISIn the past, have you reported one of these groups, [READ GROUPS] more often than the other(s) for official purposes such as driver’s license, employment or school applications?2002
report/Miller_NCHS_2002RaceReport.pdf#page=2NHISThinking about your ancestral background, that is your blood relatives, do one of these categories, [READ GROUPS], reflect more of your family tree?2002
report/2006NRFUR3FinalReport.pdf#page=29NRFUUsing this list, please choose one or more races that [you/Person 1] consider(s) [yourself /himself/herself] to be. White or Caucasian, Black, African American, or Negro, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, or Some other race?2006
report/2006NRFUR3FinalReport.pdf#page=30NRFUWhat is [your/his/her] enrolled or principal tribe?2006
report/2006NRFUR3FinalReport.pdf#page=31NRFUWhich of the following Asian groups [are you/is he/she] from? Asian Indian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese or some other Asian group such as Hmong, Laotian, Thai, Pakistani, Cambodian and so on?2006
report/2006NRFUR3FinalReport.pdf#page=31NRFUWhat is that group?2006
report/2006NRFUR3FinalReport.pdf#page=31NRFUWhich of the following Pacific Islander groups [are you/is he/she] from? Native Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian or Chamorro, or some other Pacific Island group such as Fijian, Tongan and so on?2006
report/2006NRFUR3FinalReport.pdf#page=31NRFUWhat group is that?2006
report/2006NRFUR3FinalReport.pdf#page=32NRFUWhat other race group?2006
report/RaceItemReport.pdf#page=2Not ApplicableI am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more to describe [your/NAME’s] race: White; Black or African American; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; OR Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander.2002
report/RaceItemReport.pdf#page=5Not ApplicableI am going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more to describe [your/NAME’s] race: White; Black or African American; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; OR Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander.2002
report/RaceItemReport.pdf#page=6Not ApplicablePlease choose one or more of these categories to describe [your/NAME’s] race.2002
report/RaceItemReport.pdf#page=6Not ApplicableI’m going to read you a list of five race categories. Please choose one or more races that [you/NAME] consider(s) [yourself/himself/herself] to be: White; Black or African American; American Indian or Alaska Native; Asian; OR Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander.2002
report/RaceItemReport.pdf#page=10Not ApplicablePlease choose one or more races that [you/NAME] consider(s) [yourself/himself/herself] to be.2002
report/Ridolfo_NCHS_2009_RaceReactions.pdf#page=10NHANESAgain, how do other people usually see you in this country? You may select more than 1 of these categories. Would you say White, Black or African American, Asian, Native Hawaiin or Other Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaska Native?2008
report/Ridolfo_NCHS_2009_RaceReactions.pdf#page=16NHANESWhat race do you consider yourself to be? You may select more than 1 of these categories. Would you say White, Black or African American, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaska Native?2008
report/Ridolfo_NCHS_2011_NCHSSexualityMeasures.pdf#page=10Not ApplicableWhat race or races do you consider yourself to be?2005
report/Westat_NCES_2009_NHESRedesign.pdf#page=38NHESWhat is this child's race?2009
report/2006NRFUBehaviorCodingFinalReport.pdf#page=53NRFUWhat is [YOUR/NAME’S] race? (You may choose one or more races. For this census, Hispanic origins are not races. White or Caucasian, Black, African American or Negro, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, Some other race?)2006