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Population and Housing Census 1991
Questionnaire

INE
National Institute of Statistics

Since 1778, the year in which our country carried out its first Census that collected individual information about all the people, there have been periodical enumerations of housing units and persons, which have enabled us to carry out various population projects, by anticipating future needs in the areas of education, sanitation, public assistance, and housing, among other topics.

This Census of 1991, in which we request your collaboration, takes into account the information needed by the State, Autonomous regions, and municipal governments. Your personal information will be protected by statistical confidentiality, according to Article 13 of the Public Statistics Function Law.

To guarantee the success of this Census, it is necessary that all persons collaborate in this enterprise, that answers be accurate, and that the data be provided in the time required. A Census Agent, properly accredited, will go to your dwelling to collect the census data.

Thank you for your assistance.

José Quevedo
INE President

To be completed by the Census Agent

_ _ Province_ _ _ / _ Municipality
_ _ Group quarters
_ _ / _ Not group quarters
_ _ With other dwellings or isolated

___ Street / Plaza / Road
___ Number or kilometer
___ Wing
___ Level or Floor
___ Door
___ Postal Code _ _ _ _

Persons in the Dwelling___ Residents
Present [] M [] F
Absent [] M [] F
Temporary residents [] M [] F

_ _ District
_ _ _ Section
_ _ _ Block
_ _ _ _ Building number
_ _ _ _ Dwelling number
_ Number of households in the dwelling
_ Household number
_ Number of questionnaires for the household
_ Questionnaire number

INE Document Protected by Statistical Confidentiality

Population and Housing Census 1991
Reference date March 1, 1991

Criteria for determining which persons should be enumerated.

Who should be enumerated?

- All persons who usually live in this housing unit, including those who were temporarily absent from the municipality on Friday, March 1, 1991 (residents, present and absent).

- All persons who spent the night from Thursday, February, 28 to Friday, March 1, in this housing unit, but whose usual residence is in another municipality (temporary residents).

- In specific cases, be sure to:
Exclude babies born after midnight, Friday, March 1.
Include those who died after midnight on Friday, March 1.

Using the following order, complete the table that follows these instructions:
- Person number [] 1 (householder)
- Household members (both those currently present and those temporarily absent) who are related to the householder (spouse or partner, children, sons-in-law, daughters-in law, grandchildren, parents and other relatives).
- Household members (both those currently present and those temporarily absent) who are not related to the householder (domestic servants, guests, roommates, etc.).
- Finally, persons who (whether or not related to the householder) spent the night of February 28 in the housing unit, but whose usual residence is in another municipality.

Normally all the persons who live in the housing unit should be listed in this table. However, when there are different groups in the housing unit who do not share any type of expenses [i.e., separate households], you should list only one of these groups [households] on this form and request more questionnaires from the Census Agent, listing each group [household] on a separate questionnaire.

Table: List of Persons
Line number / Name / Last Names
Person number 1 (householder) ___ / ___
Person number [2 - 15] ___ / ___

Instructions for completing the following pages.

1. Each questionnaire has space for information about six persons, at maximum. If there are more than six persons in the Table on page 2, request more questionnaires from the Census Agent; in such a case, correct the numbering of person records in the second questionnaire and in subsequent questionnaires, as follows:
Person number _ 1 [number 1 crossed out, number 7 written above the 1]
Person number _ 2 [number 2 crossed out, number 8 written above the 2]

2. Do not forget to complete the housing questions on the last page. If you use more than one questionnaire for a housing unit, write the answers to the housing questions on only the first questionnaire.

3.- For questions with several options as answers, mark the correct answer by placing an [ X ] in the box in front of the appropriate answer.
- When the question calls for a number as an answer, write the correct number in the corresponding box, found to the right, as follows: _ 8.
- When you need to write the name of a province, municipality, or country, or when a description is requested [i.e., when the question is open-ended], always write in capital letters, using one space for each letter and separating the words with one blank space, as follows:
S A N T A _ C R U Z _ _
D E _ T E N E R I F E _ _
- If there is not enough space for the answer, be sure to use common abbreviations.
- Note that, for countries, you should use the country's current name.

4. On the following pages, first write, on the column headers and in the same order as in the table [on page 2], the first name and the last names of each person present. For the rest of the questionnaire, write the information about each person in the appropriate column.

5. If you need help completing the questionnaire, request help from the Census Agent or ask for help by calling the toll-free number: 900-112511

6. After you have completed the questionnaire, the Census Agent will stop by your home to pick it up.

Legislation

Legal obligation to provide the information
Law 4/1990, dated June 29,1990, establishes that providing the information requested for the Population and Housing Census is mandatory (in additional article number 4).

Statistical Confidentiality
The personal information collected by the statistical service, directly from respondents or through administrative sources, will be protected and supported by provisions of statistical confidentiality (Article 13.1 of the Public Statistics Foundation Law dated May 9, 1989). All personnel working with the material are obliged to maintain statistical confidentiality (Article 17.1 of the Public Statistics Foundation Law, dated May 9,1989).

Penalties
Refusing to provide the required information or intentionally providing incorrect information is punishable by law (Section V of the Public Statistics Foundation law, dated May 9, 1989).

[For the questions that follow, the question is printed in the first column, and the subsequent columns provide space for each person's answer.]

1. Transcribe the first name and the last names of each person, following the same order as in the listing in the Table on page 2.

___ Name
___ First last name
___ Second last name [Mother's maiden name]

2. Relationship to the householder In the case of person number 1, mark box [] 1 [x] Householder

[] 1 Householder
[] 2 Spouse or partner
[] 3 Son or daughter
[] 4 Father or mother
[] 5 Father-in-law or mother-in-law
[] 6 Son-in-law or daughter-in-law
[] 7 Grandson or granddaughter
[] 8 Brother or sister, brother-in-law or sister-in-law
[] 9 Other relative
[] 10 Domestic servant
[] 11 Guest
[] 12 Other nonrelative

3. Answer only if the person's response to the previous question [Question 2, Relationship to the householder] was 10, 11, or 12 [domestic servant, guest, or other nonrelative]. Are you related to any other person listed in the Table on page 2? If he/she is related to more than one person in the Table, write the line number of the person who appears first in the Table.

[] 1 Yes
_ _line number of the person, according to the table on page 2

[] 2 No

4. Is your spouse or partner listed in the Table on page 2?

[] 1 Yes
_ _ line number of the spouse or partner, according to the table on page 2

[] 2 No

5. Is your father or mother listed in the Table on page 2?

[] 1 Yes
_ _ line number of the father or mother, according to the table on page 2

[] 2 No

6. Sex

[] 1 Male
[] 2 Female

7. Date of birth.For example: for a person born on March, 11, 1947
Write: day 1 1 month _ 3 year 1 9 4 7

_ _ day _ _ month _ _ _ _ year

8. Nationality

[] 1 Spanish
[] 2 Spanish and another nationality:
Country for the other [non-Spanish] nationality:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

[] 3 Foreigner
Country:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

[] 4 No nationality

9. Answer only for foreigners and those with no nationality [according to the answer to question 8]:Year of arrival in Spain:

_ _ _ _ Year

10. Residency:
Present: Usual residence is in this municipality, where the person was present on March 1, 1991.

Absent: Usual residence is in this municipality, but the person was absent from this municipality on March 1, 1991.

Temporary resident: A person whose usual residence is not in this municipality, but who was in this housing unit on March 1, 1991.

[] 1 Present
[] 2 Absent
[] 3 Temporary resident

11. To be answered only be temporary residents
Place of residency
This is the last question that temporary residents should answer.

[] 1 Another Spanish municipality:
Municipality:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Province:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

[] 6 Another country:
Country:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

12. Legal marital status:Indicate legal marital status, not de facto status:

[] 1 Never married
[] 2 Married
[] 3 Widowed
[] 4 Legally separated
[] 5 Divorced

13. Place of birth

[] 1 This municipality
[] 2 Another municipality in Spain:
Municipality:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Province:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
[] 3 In a foreign country
Country:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

14. Place of usual residence one year ago (March 1, 1990)

[] 1 Not yet born
[] 2 Resided in this municipality, in this same housing unit
[] 3 Resided in this municipality, in a different housing unit
[] 4 Resided in another municipality in Spain:
Municipality:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Province:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
[] 5 Resided in a foreign country
Country:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

15. Place of usual residence five years ago (April 1, 1986, the last date when the list of registered voters was updated)

[] 1 Not yet born
[] 2 Resided in this municipality, in this same housing unit
[] 3 Resided in this municipality, in another housing unit
[] 4 Resided in another municipality in Spain:
Municipality:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Province:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
[] 5 Resided in a foreign country
Country:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

16. Place of usual residence ten years ago (March 1, 1981, the date of the previous Population Census)

[] 1 Not yet born
[] 2 Resided in this municipality, in this same housing unit
[] 3 Resided in this municipality, in another housing unit
[] 4 Resided in another municipality in Spain:
Municipality:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Province:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
[] 5 Resided in a foreign country
Country:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

17. To be answered only by persons who have resided in another municipality in the past ten years Indicate the year in which you made this municipality your place of residence. Also specify your previous place of residence.

1 9 _ _ Year

[] 1 Moved from another municipality in Spain:
Municipality:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Province:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
[] 6 Moved from a foreign country
Country:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

18. To be answered only by persons who were enrolled in school (at any level of study, of any type) on the day of the census (March 1, 1991)
Current schooling

Schooling is understood to mean studies which follow an established program, have a minimum duration of three months, and are associated with an official public or private educational institution, even if enrollment is open, or even if studies are undertaken via distance learning or correspondence courses.

First, describe the person's current level of school attendance (for example: 2nd grade of EGB; 5th of medicine, etc.). If the person is simultaneously enrolled in various courses of study, indicate only the one that the person considers his or her primary course of study. [Translator's note: EGB, educación general básica, refers to basic general education.]

Then, with an X, mark the option that corresponds to the school attendance specified. In the previous examples, this would be as follows: 2 X EGB (1st to 5th levels); 11 X Studies in University 6 Faculties or Colleges (1st and 2nd level).

Notes for clarification:

-Option 2 includes adult education at this level.
-Option 3 includes special education provided for persons with disabilities or learning difficulties.
-Option 4 includes adult education at this level.
-Option 7 includes experimental REM (reforms to middle education) schooling and university access.
-Option 8 includes Applied Arts and Artistic occupations, Music Conservatories (mid-level), Official Language Schools, Army sub-officers, flight attendants, ..., and any other field of study that requires, as a prerequisite, a high school diploma or its equivalent.
-Option 14 includes Masters level, specialists, or the equivalent, with a minimum duration of one school year.
-Option 15 includes Higher Military education, Naval education, tourism, physical education, ..., and any other course of study that does not have a separate classification in a separate category and that requires a BUP, COU, baccalaureate degree, or post high school technical training. [BUP, or Bachillerato Unificado y Polivalente, refers to integrated upper secondary education, a 3-year course of university-preparatory education for 14 to 17 year old students, which also prepares students for employment. COU, or Curso de Orientación Universitaria, refers to a one-year college preparatory program.]
-Option 16 includes courses in the National Plan for Job Training and Professional Development in INEM centers, in associated centers, Municipal centers, or in businesses, ...[INEM, Instituto de Empleo Servicio Público de Empleo Estatal, refers to the Institute of Public Service for State Employment]

Description:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Pre-school education
[] 1 Nursery school and pre-school
Primary level education
[] 2 EGB (grades 1 through 5)
[] 3 Special education
Secondary level education
[] 4 EGB (grades 6 through 8)
[] 5 High school for technical training
[] 6 Post-high school technical training
[] 7 BUP and COU [translator's note: see explanation above]
[] 8 Other secondary level education
Post-secondary education
[] 9 Architecture and technical engineering studies
[] 10 Other university colleges
[] 11 Studies in university faculties or colleges (1st and 2nd year)
[] 12 Studies in higher technical schools (1st and 2nd years)
[] 13 Doctoral studies
[] 14 Specialized post-graduate studies for persons with a university degree
[] 15 Other post-secondary education
Unclassified education
[] 16 Occupational professional training
[] 17 Other education

19. To be answered only by persons age ten or older on March 1, 1991
What is the highest level of schooling that you have completed?

Mark the appropriate choice. Note that "completed" means that schooling at this level is completed, that you passed all courses pertaining to this level, and that you are therefore entitled to the corresponding degree or diploma.

[] 1 Does not know how to read and write
[] 2 Never attended school
[] 3 Elementary school or five completed years of EGB or equivalent
[] 4 Basic baccalaureate degree [translator's note: this is similar to a high school education] (General, Labor, or Technical), EGB completed or equivalent
[] 5 1st level Technical Training; Industrial official education
[] 6 2nd level Technical Training; Industrial masters degree
[] 7 Higher level BUP
[] 8 Other 2nd level degrees
[] 9 Technical architects or engineers (completed third level education) in higher technical schools
[] 10 Diploma from university schools and diploma (third level completed) from University faculties and colleges
[] 11 Upper level architect or engineer
[] 12 University degree
[] 13 Degrees for non-university higher education studies
[] 14 Doctoral degree
[] 15 Diplomas for post-graduate studies or specialized post-graduate studies for university graduates
Specify:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

20. Only for women who have had childrenHow many liveborn children have you had? Include liveborn children who have already died.

_ _ Number of children

21. Only for women who are still in their first marriage.Year of marriage.

1 9 _ _ Year

22. Employment statusMark the situation that you were in during the week from February 22 to 28, 1991.

If you were in more than one situation, mark as many as apply, up to a maximum of three. (For example, a person who was both working and studying should mark both Employed (2x) and student (8x).)

Classify as "employed" all persons who worked at least one hour during the reference week (February 22 to 28). Those persons who had a job or business from which they were temporarily absent (because of illness, vacations, etc.) during the reference period should also be considered "employed."

[] 1 Serving in the military
[] 2 Employed
[] 3 Unemployed, looking for a first job
[] 4 Unemployed, previously employed
[] 5 Retired (receiving a retirement pension or disability pension)
[] 6 Receiving a pension other than retirement or disability
[] 7 Permanently disabled and unable to work
[] 8 Student, including elementary, high school, and pre-school students
[] 9 Keeping house (unpaid)
[] 10 Another situation (minors not in school, persons living off rental income, etc.).

Questions 23, 24 and, 25 are to be answered only by those answered the previous question [Number 22] as 2, 4, or 5. Employed persons (answer 2) should refer to their occupation during the week of February 22 to 28. Persons who were unemployed (answer 4) or retired (answer 5) should refer to their last job.

23. What is your occupation, your profession, or the work that you perform or performed?First, describe in detail your occupation (for example: commercial employee, construction contractor, etc.). If you held more than one job during the reference week, describe your principal occupation. Next, in the table on page 22, find the number that corresponds to the description provided (in the previous example, _ 9 and 1 4, respectively).

Description:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ Number in the table on page 22 that corresponds to this occupation

24. Job statusThis refers to the person's status in the occupation described in the previous question.

[] 1 Business owner, professional, or self-employed person who employed personnel
[] 2 Business owner, professional, or self-employed worker who did not employ personnel
[] 3 Member of a work cooperative or employee of such a cooperative
[] 4 Person works without pay in the business of a co-resident family member
[] 5 Person who works in a permanent job, for a fixed salary, commissions, daily wage or other type of earnings
[] 6 Person who works sporadically or seasonally, for a fixed salary, commissions, daily wage or other type of earnings
[] 7 Other situation

25. What is the main activity of the place where you work or worked?First, describe in detail the main activity of the workplace or business where you worked (for example: agricultural production, toy manufacturing, hotel, etc.). This activity may be different from that of the company that owns the establishment. Next, find in the table on page 23 the number that corresponds to the description provided (in the previous example, _ 1,1 5, and 2 1, respectively).

Description:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ Number in table on page 23 that corresponds to this activity

Do not forget to fill in the housing details on the last page

[Occupation, Profession or Work and Activity of the Place or Work tables are not included here]

Housing information

If more than one questionnaire is completed for a housing unit, fill in the following information for only the first questionnaire.

1. Information about the building where the housing unit is locatedHow many housing units are in the building?

[] 1 One housing unit
[] 2 Two housing units
[] 3 Three or more housing units
_ _ _ _ Approximate year of construction

2. Type of housing unit

Principal housing unit
[] 1 Housing unit is occupied year round, or most of the year, as a usual or permanent residence

Not principal housing unit
[] 2 Secondary or seasonal housing unit (used only part of the year, for vacations, temporary work, weekends, etc.)
[] 3 Unoccupied housing unit
[] 4 Other type of housing unit

Other structure used for permanent housing
[] 6 Non-mobile (cave, shed, cabin)
[] 7 Mobile (trailer, boat, caravan, etc.)

3. Tenure

Owned
[] 1 Purchased, totally paid for (owned free and clear)
[] 2 Purchased, under mortgage
[] 3 Inherited or donated

Provided free or almost free
[] 4 By an employer, organization, or business, for work-related reasons
[] 5 By other persons, households, or institutions

Rented
[] 6 Furnished
[] 7 Unfurnished
Other form
[] 8 Other form (specify) ___

4. Size of dwelling

Approximate useable floor-space, in square meters, contained inside the exterior walls of the dwelling.
_ _ _ _

5. Number of rooms

1. How many total rooms are there in the building? (Include the kitchen if it is larger than 4 square meters. Do not include bathrooms, washrooms, toilets, vestibules, corridors, or open galleries.)
_ _

2. How many of these rooms are used exclusively for professional, commercial, or other non-domestic uses? (For example: for offices, workshops, medical offices, agencies, etc.)
_ _

6. Services and amenities in the housing unit:(For each of the services or amenities listed, mark the appropriate option with an X.)

1. Running water
[] 1 With running water inside the housing unit
[] 2 Without running water inside the housing unit, but with running water in the building
[] 3 Without running water inside the housing unit, and without running water in the building

2. Hot water
[] 1 Yes, the housing unit has hot water
[] 6 No, the housing unit does not have hot water

3. Air conditioning
[] 1 Yes, the housing unit has air conditioning
[] 6 No, the housing unit does not have air conditioning

4. Kitchen
[] 1 Yes, the housing unit has a kitchen
[] 6 No, the housing unit does not have a kitchen

5. Electricity
[] 1 Yes, the housing unit has electricity
[] 6 No, the housing unit does not have electricity

6. Gas distributed through pipes (city gas, natural gas, propane)
[] 1 Yes, the housing unit has piped gas
[] 6 No, the housing unit does not have piped gas

7. Telephone
[] 1 Yes, the housing unit has a telephone
[] 6 No, the housing unit does not have a telephone

8. Heat
[] 1 The building has central heating
[] 2 The housing unit has a separate heating system
[] 3 The housing unit does not have a heating system, but the residents own a mobile or non-mobile appliance that allows them to raise the temperature in one or all of the rooms (include portable electric radiators)
[] 6 The housing unit does not have heat

9. Heating fuel
(Answer only if the answer to the previous question [on the heating source] was 1, 2, or 3.)

[] 1 Coal or coal products
[] 2 Wood
[] 3 Petroleum or petroleum products
[] 4 Gas (Butane, propane, natural gas, etc.)
[] 5 Electricity
[] 6 Other

10. Toilet

[] 1 Toilet inside the housing unit.
_ _ Number
[] 2 There is no toilet inside the housing unit, but there is a toilet outside the housing unit.
[] 3 No toilet.

11. Permanently installed bathtub or shower inside the housing unit

[] 1 Bathtub or shower inside the housing unit
_ _ Number
[] 6 None