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Hellenic Republic
Ministry of National Economy
General Secretariat of the National Statistical Service of Greece (NSSG)

Population - Housing and the Small Family Business
(l' Artisanat á Domicile)
Census
March 17th 1991

Form P-1

Census Directorate-tel. 5230949, 5239186, 5238766, 5237266

Participation in the census is mandatory, and the answers to the questions are confidential (by law 3627/56).

Identification of the dwelling

___ Nomos
___ Province
___ Municipality or Commune
___ Locality (town or village)
___ Street and number
___ If there is no street, indicate the location and number or the owner and the building's number.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Geographical code
_ _ _ _ Sector
_ _ Section
_ _ _ _ Block number
_ _ Sequential number of the dwelling (within the section)
_ _ Sequential number of the household (within the section)
_ Within the locality 1, Outside the locality 2


(1)
A. Housing Data


1. Type of dwelling

(If the answer to this question is 1 or 2, then, and only then, are the next questions to be asked.)
[] 1 Regular dwelling
[] 2 Regular dwelling within collective residence
[] 3 Other building intended for housing (hut, shed, etc.)
[] 4 Other building not intended for housing (inhabited shop, etc.)


2. Characteristics of regular dwelling

2a
Occupied
[] 1 Main residence
[] 2 Second or vacation residence
[] 3 Main residence but household temporarily absent

Vacant
[] 4 For rent
[] 5 For sale
[] 6 Second or vacation residence
[] 7 Other reason ___ (state)

2b. Year built:
[] 1 Before 1919
[] 2 1919-1945
[] 3 1946-1960
[] 4 1961-1970
[] 5 1971-1980
[] 6 1981-1985
[] 7 1986+


3
3a Number of regular rooms
_ _ (except kitchen)
_ _ Of these, how many are used exclusively for professional purposes? (offices, hairdressing salons, etc.)

3b. Total area of dwelling (in square meters)
_ _ _
Amenities of regular dwelling


4. Kitchen

[] 1 Yes
Does it meet the requirements for a regular room (i.e., Are the dimensions at least 4 square meters? Are the walls at least 2 meters high? Is there room for a bed?)
[] 3 Yes
[] 4 No

[] 2 No


5. Electricity and telephone

5a. Is there electricity?
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

5b. Is there a telephone?
[] 3 Yes
[] 4 No

6. Bathing facilities.
[] 1 There is a bath or shower inside the dwelling.
[] 2 There is a bath or shower outside the dwelling.
[] 3 There is no bath or shower.


7. Water supply

[] 1 In the dwelling
[] 2 Outside the dwelling but in the building
[] 3 Outside the building


8. Type of heating

[] 1 Central heating
[] 2 Other ___ (indicate)
[] 3 No heating available


9. Solar boiler

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No


10. Toilet

Flush toilet:
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside the dwelling

Non-flushing toilet:
[] 3 Inside the dwelling
[] 4 Outside the dwelling

[] 5 No toilet available


11. Sewage disposal system

[] 1 Sewage network
[] 2 Other system (sink, etc.)
[] 3 No sewage available


12. Ownership

The owner of the dwelling is:
[] 1 Individual person
[] 2 Legal Entity of Private Law (Company, Union, etc.)
[] 3 The State or Legal Entity of Public Law (Municipality, Social Insurance Organization, etc.)


B. Data pertaining to the Householder

_ _ 1. How many households share this dwelling? If vacant, check (00).

2. Sequential number of the household within the dwelling

[] 1
[] 2
[] 3
[] 4

3. Householder
Household 1
___ (Surname)
___ (Name)
Household 2
___ (Surname)
___ (Name)
Household 3
___ (Surname)
___ (Name)
Household 4
___ (Surname)
___ (Name)

4. Number of rooms available for the household, including the kitchen (if it meets the requirements of a regular room)
_ _ Household 1
_ _ Household 2
_ _ Household 3
_ _ Household 4

5. The householder or other member of the household occupies the dwelling as:

Household 1
[] 1 a. Owner
[] 2 b. Renter
[] 3 c. Other
Household 2
[] 1 a. Owner
[] 2 b. Renter
[] 3 c. Other
Household 3
[] 1 a. Owner
[] 2 b. Renter
[] 3 c. Other
Household 4
[] 1 a. Owner
[] 2 b. Renter
[] 3 c. Other

Note: For dwellings occupied by more than one household, a Form P-1 must be completed for each household. The present census Form P-1 will be used for the first household. For each of the remaining households, a different Form P-1 will be used. For each of these additional P-1 Forms, all the data for identifying the dwelling must be recorded (Nomos, Province, etc.), the Geographical code, etc., together with the data pertaining to the questions on pages 2-8 of Form P-1. The Housing Data (A) section and the answers to questions 2-5 of section B (Data Pertaining to the Householder) should not to be completed for these additional P-1 Forms, except for the number of households sharing the dwelling (question B.1). In each Form P-1 used, the identifying information (Surname and Name) for the respective householder and the sequential number of the household (questions B.2 and B.3) must be copied from the Form P-1 used for the first household.

Surname and Name of the householder (as in question B.3, Form P-1, of the first household)
___ (Surname)
___ (Name)
_ _ S/N of household (as in question B.2, Form P-1 of the first household)


C. Household Data

Currently present household members and visitors
Individual's line number
[] 01
[] 02
[] 03
[] 04
[] 05
[] 06

Temporarily absent household members (Treat as "temporarily absent" those members of the household who are absent for a short period of time (e.g., for professional reasons, hospitalization, or vacations). Also treat absent sailors and fishermen as "temporarily absent," regardless of the duration of their absence.)
Individual's line number
[] 21
[] 22

1. Write in block letters the Surname, Name and the Name of the father (or husband for married women or widows) of all persons who spent the night of March 16th to 17th, 1991 in the household.
Individual 01 refers to the householder (whether present or temporarily absent)
___ Surname
___ Name
___ Name of father (or husband

2. Sex

[] 1 Male
[] 2 Female

3. Year of birth

1 _ _ _ Fill in the last three digits
_ _ For individuals born in 1989, 1990, or 1991, also specify the month of birth (e.g., for January, write "01," for February, write "02," and so on.) (This does not apply to Individual 01, the householder.)

4. Householder ( Individual 01 ) Is the householder present or temporarily absent? What is the degree of kinship or the relationship to the householder of the other members of the household ( Individual 02 and so on)?
-Note: The spouse of the householder's offspring (i.e., the householder's son-in-law or daughter-in-law) should be classified as "married child."


(2)

Individual 01

Householder:
[] 1 Present
[] 2 Temporarily absent

If temporarily absent, is this person now:
[] 3 In this municipality or Commune
[] 4 In another municipality or Commune or Abroad (If the latter, specify the name of the country.)

(Indicate)
___ Municipality or Commune
___ Province or Foreign country
___ Reason for absence

Individuals with line numbers 02-06 (currently present household members and visitors) and with line numbers 21-22 (temporarily absent household members)
Kinship or relation to the householder:

[] 1 Spouse
[] 2 Unmarried child
[] 3 Married child
[] 4 Grandchild
[] 5 Parent of householder or parent of householder's spouse
[] 6 Other relative
[] 7 Domestic servant, etc.
[] 8 Boarder or other type of person unrelated to householder

5. Member of the household or house guest?
A "house guest" is defined as an individual who is normally a member of some other household but who spent the night of March 16th to 17th in this household.
(This question does not apply to Individual 01-the householder.)
Individuals 02-06:

[] 1 Member of the household
[] 2 House guest

Individuals 21-22. Is this temporarily absent household member now:
[] 1 In this Municipality or Commune
[] 2 Elsewhere (specify)
___ Municipality or Commune

_ Province
___ Foreign country

___ Reason for absence

6. Legal Marital Status
-Check 2 (married) in the case of a separation without a divorce
-Give only one answer for each person.

[] 1 Single
[] 2 Married
[] 3 Widowed
[] 4 Divorced

7. Citizenship:
-Do not fill in the spaces provided for subsequent coding
-Give only one answer for each person

[] _ 01 Greece (only)
___ _ _ Greece and another country (specify)
___ _ _ Foreign country (specify)
[] _ 98 Without nationality


8. If a Greek citizen, in which Municipality or Commune is he or she registered?

-This question applies only to Greek citizens (answer 01 in question 7) and to those having citizenship from both Greece and another country.
-All Greek citizens are registered in a Municipality or Commune. Registration is ascertained by the respective entry in the official lists.
-Do not fill in the spaces provided for subsequent coding, at the end of the question.

[] 1 This Municipality or Commune
[] 2 Other Municipality or Commune (specify)
___ Municipality or Commune
___ Province
_ _ _ _ _ _


9. Place of usual residence

(Municipality or Commune, Locality, and Providence or foreign country)
-For soldiers (conscripts or reserves), and for students and pupils who do not reside with their families, the place where they serve or study should be considered their usual place of residence.
-Do not fill in the spaces provided for subsequent coding, at the end of the question.

[] 1 At the place of enumeration
[] 2 Other (specify)
___ Municipality or Commune
___ Locality
___ Province or Foreign country
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _


10. In which Municipality, Commune, or Foreign country did he/she reside in December 1985?

-Do not answer for children born after January 1, 1986.
-Do not fill in the spaces provided for subsequent coding, at the end of the question.

[] 1 This Municipality or Commune
[] 2 Other Municipality or Commune or Foreign country (specify)
___ Municipality or Commune
___ Province or Foreign country
_ _ _ _ _ _


11. In which Municipality, Commune, or Foreign country did he/she reside a year ago?

-Do not answer for children born after March 17, 1990.
-Do not fill in the spaces provided for subsequent coding, at the end of the question.

[] 1 This Municipality or Commune
[] 2 Other Municipality or Commune or Foreign country (specify)
___ Municipality or Commune
___ Province or Foreign country
_ _ _ _ _ _

The following questions should only be completed for persons born in 1980 or earlier.


12. Level of education

-Provide only one answer, which corresponds to the highest level of study completed by the respondent.
-Answer 1 refers to those who have attained a Ph.D. or a Master's degree.


(3)

[] 1 Postgraduate (Ph.D. or Master's) degree
[] 2 Higher education (University) degree
[] 3 Technical education college degree
[] 4 Higher education school degree
[] 5 Now attending University, Technical college, or Higher education school
[] 6 Secondary education certificate (secondary school or 6-grade gymnasium or comprehensive school)
[] 7 Technical school certificate
[] 8 Technical college certificate
[] 9 Lower secondary school certificate
[] 10 Left lower secondary school without certificate
[] 11 Primary school certificate
[] 12 Left primary school without certificate, knows how to read and write
[] 13 Left primary school without certificate, does not know how to read and write
[] 14 Did not attend primary school and does not know how to read and write


13. For those having attained a postgraduate degree (Ph.D. or Master's) or a Higher education degree

(If the answer to question 12 was 1, 2, 3 or 4) specify:
a) the Educational Institution and the city or foreign country where it was located
b) the School (if any), c) the Department (if any), and d) the last two digits of the year the degree was awarded. For example: Educational Institution: University of Thessalonica; School: Philosophy; Department: Philology; Year: [67]

___ Educational Institution, city or foreign country where located
___ School (if any)
___ _ _ _ _ Department (if any)
_ _ Year degree awarded


14. Does he/she usually work or is he/she seeking work?

-This question refers to the person's main activity during the twelve months prior to the census enumeration.
-Members of the household who work without pay in the family business or on the family farm should answer that they work, if they systematically work during the season of intensive work for the family business or farm.

[] 1 Working
[] 2 Looking for work
[] 3 Other (does not usually work or look for work)
___ _ (Specify the other activity)


15. What was he/she doing during the previous week (March 10-16)?

-Every person who worked for even one hour during the previous week, either for pay or without pay in the family business, should answer "working." The same applies to persons who had a job from which they were temporarily absent during the specified week. This includes those who had a job (either as an employee or as a self-employed person) and those who normally work in the family business without pay but who did not work at all during the previous week, due to a temporary reason such as sickness, leave of absence, poor weather conditions, or an absence of seasonal work (e.g., for a farmer).
-Every person who was seeking work during the previous week and who was ready to accept work that was offered should answer "looking for work." This is true regardless of whether persons were seeking work because they had been dismissed or they had finished a job or the business where they worked had closed or they were looking for a first job.
-Keeping house, student, etc.: People not in the labor force during the previous week (i.e., neither working nor temporarily absent from a job, as in answer 1, nor looking for work, as in answer 2) should specify their main non-labor force activity, selecting one of the answers numbered 3-7. Every person who is mainly occupied in keeping house or who is primarily a pupil or student or conscript or pensioner (answers 3-6) and who also worked during the previous week, even for one hour, should give one of the answers 3, 4, 5 or 6 as well as 1, i.e., "working." (In such cases, two answers are admissible.)

[] 1 Working
[] 2 Looking for work
[] 3 Keeping house
[] 4 Pupil or student
[] 5 Conscript
[] 6 Pensioner
[] 7 Other ___ (specify)

16. For those that answered 1 or 2 in question 15 (i.e., those who were working or were looking for work during the previous week) must describe:
a. The type of work they were doing the previous week (or did the last time they worked) question a1.)

and their activities, obligations, or duties in this work (question a2.).
___ a1. Type of work
___ _ _ _ a2. What were their activities, duties or obligations in this work?

___ _ _ _ b. In what type of establishment, enterprise, service, etc. did they work during the previous week (or during the last time they worked)?

c. Their class of work in this job (or in the job in which they last worked).
-Answers to questions a1 and b must be specific. For example, for an employee who worked as a salesman in a shoe store during the previous week (or during the last job), the answer should be written as follows: for question a1: "Occupation: shoe salesman"; for question b: "Establishment: shoe store." For question a2, the person's duties, obligations, or activities in this job must be described in detail.
-If, during the previous week, they were seeking work for the first time: write "NEW WORKER" in questions a1, a2, and b, and do not answer question c.
-Do not fill in the three spaces supplied for subsequent coding.

[] 1 Employer
[] 2 Self-employed
[] 3 Employee or wage-earner
[] 4 Assistant in the family business or family farm

17. If the answer to question 15 was number 1 (working), how many hours did he/she work during the previous week (10-16 March)?
-Record the actual number of hours that he/she worked during the previous week, not the number of hours usually worked.
-If he/she did not work at all, write the word "zero".
-If he/she did not work at all or worked less than 15 hours during the previous week, the reason why must be given by selecting the correct answer from 1-4.

_ _ hours
If zero or less than 15 hours, the reason was:

[] 1 Seasonal work
[] 2 Adverse weather conditions
[] 3 Leave or sickness
[] 4 Other reason ___ (specify)

18. If the answer to question 15 was number 2 (looking for work), how many months was he/she seeking work?

[] 1 Up to one month
[] 2 More than one month
_ _ (Number of months)


(4)

19. If working, Does he/she travel from home to a different location for this job? If so, how does he/she usually travel from home to the workplace?
-Only those who answered 1 (working) to question 15 should respond to this question.
-If a second mode of transportation to work is used, it should be recorded.
[] 1 Yes

What is the usual mode of transport?
[] 1 Bus or trolley
[] 2 Subway
[] 3 Motorcar
[] 4 Taxi
[] 5 Motorbike
[] 6 Bicycle
[] 7 Other ___ (specify)

[] 2 No

20. If the answer to the previous question (19) is yes, How long does it take to travel from home to the workplace? (Record the time for a one-way trip; travel time returning home from work should not be counted.)

[] 1 Up to 15 minutes
[] 2 15-30 minutes
[] 3 30-60 minutes
[] 4 More than 1 hour

21. Is the person's workplace in the same Municipality or Commune as the person's usual residence?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

22. What are the person's main sources of income in order of importance, regardless of whether or not he/she is working?
-Multiple answers are to be recorded as follows:
In the blank spaces below, 1 should be recorded for the main source of income, 2 for the second most important source of income, and 3 for the third most important.

[] 1 _ Work
[] 2 _ Pension
[] 3 _ Capital income
[] 4 _ Support from household members or other persons
[] 5 _ Benefits or relief

23. Every woman should be asked how many children she has ever given birth to?
-Stillbirths should not be included.
-Every woman should be asked this question, regardless of her marital status.
_ _ Number of children

Of these:
_ _ How many are currently alive?

24. Women who have been married at least once should be asked, what is the total duration of their marriage, in years?
_ _ Years

25. Does he/she possess agricultural land?
-A yes answer should be given for every person who:
a) has legal and financial responsibility for exploiting his or someone else's cultivated land (consisting of one or more acres, or, in the case of greenhouses, half an acre or more); or
b) owns animal stock, specifically, one or more cows, or two or more other big animals (such as oxen or horses), or five or more small animals (such as sheep or pigs), or fifty and more poultry, or twenty and more beehives;
or for both of the aforementioned reasons, namely, has both agricultural land and animal stock.

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No


D. Municipality or Commune Registration Data
(5)

The following information should be completed for persons who are now abroad (other than sailors), if, before their departure, they were members of the household and they are expected to return to Greece within two (2) years from the day of the census enumeration.
It should be clarified that these persons are not members of the household. They should not have been included among the temporarily absent household members included on the previous pages. Absent sailors, however, are always considered members of the household. Information regarding absent sailors should have been recorded by treating them as temporarily absent household members, i.e., as individuals assigned lines numbers 21 and 22.

Sequential line numbers for persons now abroad
[] 1
[] 2
[] 3
[] 4

___ Surname and name of the person who is abroad
___ Degree of kinship or relationship to the householder

In which Municipality or Commune is he/she registered?
___ Municipality or Commune
___ Province
_ _ _ _ _ _ To be completed by the General Secretariat of the National Statistical Service of


E. The Small Family Business (l' Artisanat á Domicile) Data

1. Inside the dwelling, is a workshop producing goods* in operation?

[] 1 Yes

_ _ _ 2. What goods are being produced**?

[] 2 No
3. Are any machines in use?
[] 1 Yes
4.
_ _ How many machines are set in motion by hand or foot
_ _ How many machines are motorized

[] 2 No

5. How many persons worked in the small family business (l' artisanat à domicile) during the previous week (March 10-16)?
Domestic artisans

_ _ Male
_ _ Female
_ _ Total
Members of the family assisting with the work
_ _ Male
_ _ Female
_ _ Total
Employees
_ _ Male
_ _ Female
_ _ Total
Workers
_ _ Male
_ _ Female
_ _ Total

*Small family business (l' artisanat à domicile) data should be collected for each workshop operating in the dwelling unit of the household, to produce goods for sale or on order. This applies ONLY in cases where:
a) the room used to produce goods is used also for the domestic needs of the household (for sleeping, eating, etc.).
b) From the outside, this room does not resemble a commercial establishment (with a sign or business name) or there is no entrance to the street.
**Finishing piecework goods under contract (façon) is included.


G. Data for Persons with Special Needs

Are there any persons with special needs in the household (chronic disease or handicapped for life)?

[] 1 Yes

Note:
a) Specify the line number(s) of these persons
_ _
_ _
b) Specify the type of chronic disease or lifelong handicap
_ _
_ _

[] 2 No
Total number of currently present household members and visitors (individuals with line numbers 01-06)

___ Male
___ Female
___ Total

I confirm the accuracy of the answers given to the questions on the census form

The householder
___ (Signature)
___ Surname
___ Name
___ Home telephone number
___ Telephone number

The enumerator
___ (Signature)