1992 National AIDS Behavioral Survey (NABS II)
The National AIDS Behavioral Survey II (NABS II) is a telephone survey conducted as a follow-up to the National AIDS Behavioral Surveys I conducted in 1990-91. NABS II was designed to describe changes in AIDS related risk behaviors over time, identify predictors of behavioral change, and describe patterns of sexual "mixing" in a population based probability sample of African American, Hispanic and white adults age 18 to 75 residing in the contiguous United States.
Data were collected from January to September 1992. The dataset consists of 5,391 cases and 315 variables.