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Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2012 landline telephone survey questionnaire use of data
  • Published Date:
    07/08/2013
  • Language:
    English
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    Version #1 - Revised: 07/08/2013

    The addition of a cellular telephone survey to the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) has moved BRFSS data collection from a landline telephone survey to a dual-mode survey. The landline telephone survey and cellular telephone survey used very similar questionnaires, The landline telephone survey Demographics section includes two questions on the number of landline telephone numbers which reach the household and two questions on respondent cell phone use. The landline telephone survey data collection method is similar to previous years. The landline telephone survey core questions were asked of all respondents and standardized optional modules were available for states to include by choice. The same optional modules were available for the cellular telephone survey.

    The increased cost of collecting a cellular telephone interview as well as the concern for reducing the cost burden on the cellular telephone respondent prompted a few states to add optional modules only to the landline telephone survey. To assist in using the data collected only on the landline survey, an additional data set has been provided along with an additional weighting variable for use with these data.

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