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Sample characteristics: Slovenia

Census/survey characteristics
Type Census
Title Census of Population, Households and Housing in the Republic of Slovenia in 2002
Statistical agency Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
Population universe Citizens of the Republic of Slovenia with permanent or temporary residence in Slovenia, foreigners with issued permits for permanent or temporary residence in Slovenia who have registered permanent or temporary residence in Slovenia, persons under temporary protection in Slovenia, and other persons who were present at the time of the census in the territory of Slovenia
De jure or de facto De jure
Census/survey day March 31, 2002
Field work period April 1-15, 2002
Questionnaire Census questionnaire for buildings (P-1), Census questionnaire for dwellings (P-2), Census questionnaire for persons (P-3), Statement on nationality/ethnicity and religion (P3-NV), List on persons in the household (POM-GO)
Type of fieldwork 1) Direct enumeration by interviewer, 2) self-enumeration by respondent for most questions about dwellings P-2 and persons P-3 (without the presence of enumerator), and 3) postal method for collecting data on nationality/ethnicity and religion for persons aged 14 or more who were temporarily absent from the household during the enumerator's visit.
Microdata sample characteristics
Sample design Random sample of 10% population drawn by the country. In Stage 1, three types of households are excluded before sampling: 1) Institutional households (0.7% of whole population), 2) private households living in collective dwellings, and 3) private households living in non-conventional dwellings. Only households living in a single dwelling are included. In Stage 2, another two types of households are excluded for confidentiality protection purpose: 1) selected households with 7 or more people, and 2) the second household in a randomly selected dwelling. As a result, 9.3% of all private households or 9.15% of total population were selected.
Sample fraction 10%
Sample size (person records) 179,632
Sample weights Self-weighting. Expansion factor = 10.
Units identified in microdata
Dwellings Yes
Vacant units No
Households Yes
Collective dwellings No
Smallest geography Region
Unit definitions
Dwellings A dwelling is any structurally unified whole intended for residence, with one or more rooms, with or without appropriate auxiliary spaces (kitchen, bathroom, toilet, hallway, larder, etc.) and with at least one separate entrance.
Households A household is a group of people living together and sharing their income for covering the basic costs of living (accommodation, food, other consumer goods, etc.) or a person living alone.
Collective dwellings An institutional household is a group of people who live in communities that cannot be determined as family or non-family private households and as a rule live in collective living quarters (old people's homes, convents) but can also live in usual dwellings. Food and accommodation of members of such household are provided by the institution in which they live.