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Sample characteristics: Kyrgyz Republic

Census/survey characteristics
Type Census
Title First National Population Census of the Kyrgyz Republic
Statistical agency National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic
Population universe All population inside the country, including private and institutional households and their housing conditions
De jure or de facto De jure
Census/survey day March 24, 1999
Field work period March 24-31, 1999
Questionnaire There are two forms: "List of residents and their housing conditions" (Form 1) and "Census questionnaire" (Form 2).
Type of fieldwork Direct interview
Microdata sample characteristics
Sample design 20% sample drawn by the country: systematic sample of every 5th household or every 5th individual in collective household 10% sample drawn by IPUMS from the 20% sample: systematic sample of every 2nd household
Sample fraction 10%
Sample size (person records) 476,886 (persons in private and selected households only)
Sample weights Self-weighted. Expansion factor = 10.
Units identified in microdata
Dwellings Yes
Vacant units No
Households Yes
Collective dwellings Yes
Smallest geography District
Unit definitions
Dwellings Housing stock are living quarters irrespective of ownership, including residential buildings, special houses (like hostels, houses for lonely and old people, children's homes, boarding houses for disabled, school hostels and boarding school), flats, service housings, other living accomodations in other buildings suited for living.
Households A group of people sharing the same housing unit (or one person living alone), jointly keeping the house, i.e. fully or partially pooling their individual budgets for common expenditures for food and daily living needs or having a common budget who may or may not be related by kinship.
Collective dwellings Groups of people living at the same institution (housing unit), sharing meals, without having individual budgets or common consumer expenditures, subject to the same general rules, and usually unelated by kinship.
Special populations Homeless people, temporarily absent persons, and temporary residents
Census/survey characteristics
Type Census
Title Census of Population and Housing of the Kyrgyz Republic, 2009
Statistical agency National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic
Population universe The entire population of the country, including private and institutional households, their accommodation and living conditions
De jure or de facto De jure
Census/survey day March 24, 2009
Field work period March 24-April 2, 2009
Questionnaire Three census forms: List of Residents (Form 1), Census Questionnaire - Population (Form 2), and Census Questionnaire - Housing Fund (Form 3)
Type of fieldwork Direct interview
Microdata sample characteristics
Sample design 20% sample drawn by the country: systematic sample of every 5th household or every 5th individual in collective household 10% sample drawn by IPUMS from the 20% sample: systematic sample of every 2nd household
Sample fraction 10%
Sample size (person records) 564,986
Sample weights Self-weighted. Expansion factor = 10.
Units identified in microdata
Dwellings Yes
Vacant units No
Households Yes
Collective dwellings Yes
Smallest geography District
Unit definitions
Dwellings The totality of all living quarters, regardless of ownership and employment at the time of the census, including residential buildings, special houses (like hostels, houses for lonely and old people, children's homes, boarding houses for disabled, school hostels and boarding school), flats, service housings, holiday homes, hotels, other living accomodations in other buildings suited for living whether or not they are intended for living.
Households A group of people sharing the same housing unit (or one person living alone), jointly keeping the house, i.e. fully or partially pooling their individual budgets for common expenditures for food and daily living needs or having a common budget who may or may not be related by kinship.
Collective dwellings Groups of people living at the same institution (housing unit), sharing meals, without having individual budgets or common consumer expenditures, subject to the same general rules, and usually unrelated by kinship.
Special populations Homeless people, temporarily absent persons, and temporary residents