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HUNGARIAN CENTRAL STATISTICAL OFFICE

Census 2001

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Dwelling Questionnaire

Filling the questionnaire is compulsory under the Census Law CVIII. of 1999.
The data can be used exclusively for statistical purposes.

For the questions regarding date, months must be indicated by Arabic numerals. The numerals must be adjusted to the right, one numeral in one box. The numerals should not touch the frame of the box. If not specified elsewhere, please mark one box only for preprinted responses, with an X-mark preceding the response. When writing numerals use the following format if possible, while for the X-marks it can be placed as below:

[An example of how to correctly write responses in the form is presented.]

Place of enumeration

____ City or locality
____ District
____ Part of locality
____ Street, road, square, etc.
____ House number
____ Building
____ Staircase
____ Ground floor, floor
____ Door

Area _ _ _ _ _
Enumeration district _ _ _ _
Address no. _ _ _
Code of destination _ _

Position of the dwelling _ _
Total number of persons enumerated _ _ _

What is the character of the environment of the building?

[] 1 Traditional urban
[] 2 Building blocks, housing estate
[] 3 Suburb of villas
[] 4 Family houses
[] 5 Rural
[] 6 Recreation district
[] 7 Industrial zone
[] 8 Sparsely built outskirt
[] 9 Grouped built outskirt
[] 10 Unsatisfactory from social point of view
[] 11 Other

The data of the building involved in the dwelling
[Questions 1-15]

1. The type of building

[] 1 Residential building
[] 2 Recreation building
[] 3 Occupied other building
[] 4 Collective living quarters (i.e. college, workers' hostel, social welfare home, hotel, pension)
[] 5 Occupied other premises

2. When was the building built?

[] 900 Before 1900
[] 919 1900-1919
[] 944 1920-1944
[] 959 1945-1959
[] 969 1960-1969
[] 979 1970-1979
[] 989 1980-1989
[] In 199_
[] 000 In 2000
[] 001 In 2001

3. What was the building made of?

[] 1 Brick, stone
[] 2 Big brick, concrete
[] 3 Panel
[] 4 Adobe, mud, tamped clay with foundation
[] 5 Adobe, mud, tamped clay without foundation
[] 6 Wood with foundation
[] 7 Wood without foundation
[] 8 Other

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4. Type of the dwelling

[] 1 For habitation
[] 2 For recreation
[] 3 Occupied other housing unit (shop, workshop, laundry, press-house, hovel, house on wheels, etc.)

5. Use and occupancy of the dwelling

[] 1 Occupied, home of the occupants
[] 2 Seasonally occupied or kept for secondary use
[] 3 Occupied by the institutional household
[] 4 Occupied by the people out of the scope of the census
[] 5 Unoccupied (vacant)
[] 6 Housing unit not used for habitation
[] 7 Used for recreation

6. Ownership

6.1 Who is the owner?

[] 1 Natural person
[] 2 Local government
[] 3 Church, religious community
[] 4 Enterprise, co-operative, other economic organization, institution

6.2 What is the form of ownership?

[] 1 Domestic
[] 2 Foreign
[] 3 Mixed

7. Number of Rooms

_ _ Over 12 square meters
_ Between 4 and 12 square meters
_ Kitchen (4 square meters or bigger)
_ Kitchenette or cupboard
_ Bathroom with bath or shower
_ Bathroom without bath or shower

8. Floor spaces

8.1 Total floor-space of living-rooms (in square meters) _ _ _

8.2 Total floor-space of the dwelling (in square meters) _ _ _

9. Water supply of the dwelling

With piped water:
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Inside the building
[] 3 From the building site
[] 4 From outside the building site
[] 5 From own pipeline inside the dwelling
In another way:
[] 6 From a well on the building site
[] 7 From elsewhere

10. Hot running water supply of the dwelling

[] 1 From pipeline
[] 2 From a boiler serving more dwellings in the building
[] 3 From own boiler
[] 4 From a traditional bathroom stove
[] 5 From a kitchen water heater
[] 6 In another way
[] 0 No hot running water

11. Type of gas used

[] 1 Piped gas
[] 2 PB-gas from container
[] 3 PB-gas from cylinder
[] 0 No gas is used

12. Heating

[] 1 District (block) heating or with thermal water (skip to 14)
[] 0 No heating (skip to 14)
[] 2 A boiler heats several dwellings
[] 3 Central boiler heats one dwelling
[] 4 Individual (separately for each)

13. Energy used for heating

[] 1 Electricity
[] 2 Gas
[] 3 Fuel oil, mazout
[] 4 Coal (coke, ignite, peat, etc.)
[] 5 Wood (brushwood, sawdust, etc0
[] 6 Other energy

14. Flushing Toilet

[] 1 In a separate room of the dwelling
[] 2 In a (shared) room of the dwelling
[] 3 Outside the dwelling
[] 0 No flushing toilet

15. Sewage disposal from dwelling

[] 1 Into a public sewer
[] 2 Into a closed reservoir via own sewer
[] 3 Into a cesspit via own sewer
[] 4 To other place via own sewer
[] 0 No sewage disposal

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[Page of instructions for self-completion of census survey]

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Marital and occupancy status of the persons enumerated in the dwelling

Person's _ _ _
Household's (HSOR) _
Family's (CSSOR) _ _

The person's marital status (CSLAS) and role in the family (household)

[] 1 Husband, wife
[] 2 Partner in life
[] 3 Lone father, mother
[] 4 Child
[] 5 Ancestry
[] 6 Other relative
[] 7 Child under state care
[] 8 Non-relative
[] 9 Single

Status of occupancy in the dwelling (JC)

[] 1 Owner
[] 2 Relative of the owner
[] 3 Tenant, head tenant, cotenant
[] 4 Relative of the tenant, head tenant, cotenant
[] 5 Occupant of official quarters
[] 6 Roomer
[] 7 Night-lodger
[] 8 Occupant of institution
[] 9 Homeless without address
[] 0 Other

[Summary of the completed personal questionnaires]

Note ________

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Personal Questionnaire
[Questions 1-25.3]

HSOR _
CSSOR _ _
CSLAS _
JC _

Area _ _ _ _ _
Enumeration district _ _ _ _
Address number _ _ _
Person's number in the dwelling _ _ _

1. Gender

[] 1 Male
[] 2 Female

2. Date of Birth (year, month): _ _ _ _ _ _

3. Country of citizenship

[] 1 Hungary
[] Other ____

4.1 What is your registered permanent residence?

[] 1 At the place of enumeration
[] Other:
Name of city or locality ____
District ____
[] 0 No registered address (Skip to 5.1)

4.2 Since when have you been registered here?

[] 1 Since birth
[] _ _ _ _ Year _ _ Month

5.1 What's your registered temporary address?

[] 0 No registered address (Skip to 6.1)
[] 1 At the place of enumeration
[] Other:
Name of city or locality ____
District ____

5.2 Since when have you been keeping it?

[] 1 Since birth
[] _ _ _ _ Year _ _ Month

6.1 What is your usual residence?
(Place of usual residence is the place where you usually reside, from where you go to work or school and spend most of your daily night-rest.)

[] 1 Registered permanent address (Skip to 6.3)
[] 2 Registered temporary address (Skip to 6.3)
[] 3 Non-registered address which is the place of enumeration
[] 4 Non-registered address:
____ Name of city or locality
____ District

6.2 Since when have you been staying here?

[] 1 Since birth
[] 2 _ _ _ _ Year _ _ Month

6.3 If you have more addresses, which place do you consider as your permanent home?

[] 1 The registered permanent address
[] 2 The registered temporary address
[] 3 The non-registered address

7.1 What was your former registered permanent address?

[] 1 The current registered permanent address
[] Other:
____ Name of city or locality
____ District

7.2 What was your registered permanent address at date of birth?

[] 1 The current registered permanent address
[] Other:
____ Name of city or locality
____ District

7.3 What was your registered permanent address on February 1, 2000?

[] 1 Born after Jan 31, 2000
[] 2 Same as the current registered permanent address
[] Other:
____ Name of city or locality
____ District
[] 0 There was no registered permanent address

8. Marital status:

[] 1 Never married (Skip to 10)
[] 2 Married, living together
[] 3 Married but living separately
[] 4 Widowed
[] 5 Divorced

9.1 Number of marriage _

9.2 Date of marriage (year, month)?

_ _ _ _ _ _ First marriage
_ _ _ _ _ _ Last marriage

9.3 Does the marriage still exist?

First marriage :
[] 1 Yes
[] 0 No
Last marriage :
[] 1 Yes
[] 0 No

9.4 When did it end? (year, month)

_ _ _ _ _ _ First marriage
_ _ _ _ _ _ Last marriage

9.5 Why did it end?

First marriage:
[] 1 Widowhood
[] 2 Divorce
Last marriage:
[] 1 Widowhood
[] 2 Divorce

10. Do you live in cohabitation?

[] 0 No
[] Yes, with present partner
_ _ _ _ Year _ _ Month

11. _ _ Number of live-born children:

Date of birth (year, month)

_ _ _ _ _ _ First
_ _ _ _ _ _ Second
_ _ _ _ _ _ Third
_ _ _ _ _ _ For more than three, the youngest

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Questions on educational attainment
[Questions 12.1-12.6]

12.1 School attendance, qualification

[] 1 Nursery school, kindergarten (Skip to 13)
[] 0 Do not attend school, never completed any class (Skip to 13)

Type of education

Elementary school
Being attended _ _
Completed _ _
Higher elementary school
Completed _
Apprentice school
Completed _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Typist and stenographic, health and housekeeping
Completed _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Class other specialized secondary school _ _
Being attended _ _
Completed _ _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Basic level vocational training
Being attended _
Completed _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Class grammar school _ _
Being attended _ _
Completed _ _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Class other secondary school _
Being attended _ _
Completed _ _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Class other technical school _
Being attended _ _
Completed _ _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Bilingual _ class (specialized) secondary school
[] 1 Being attended
[] 1 Completed
Year of completion _ _ _ _
Secondary level vocational training
Being attended _
Completed _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
High level, accredited vocational training
Being attended _
Completed _
Year of completion _ _ _ _
High school
Being attended _
Completed _
Post-graduation in high school
Being attended _
Completed _
University
Being attended _
Completed _
Post-graduation in university (PhD, DLA)
Being attended _
Completed _

12.2 In case you attended any of the schools above, what is the form of education?

[] 1 Regular
[] 2 Non-regular

12.3 In case you attend any of the schools above, in which locality or district is the school?

[] 1 In the locality (district) of the enumeration
[] Other:
____ Name of city or locality
____ District

12.4 Secondary level qualification obtained

[] 0 None
[] Yes

____ Name of education completed
____ Qualification
_ _ _ _ Year of obtaining certificate

12.5 High school or university qualification obtained

[] 0 None
[] Yes
Name of education completed ____
Qualification ____
Year of obtaining certificate _ _ _ _

12.6 Vocational qualifications obtained

[] 0 None
[] Yes
a)
Name of education completed ____
Qualification ____
Year of obtaining certificate _ _ _ _

b)
Name of education completed ____
Qualification ____
Year of obtaining certificate _ _ _ _

Questions on source of livelihood, occupation and employer
[Questions 13 to 18.2]

13. What is your source of livelihood?

Please mark at most three answers
[] 10 Work, activity providing income
[] 11 Regular or reserve military service
[] 20 Child care allowance
[] 21 Child care fee
[] 30 Old age pension on own right
[] 31 Disability or accident pension
[] 40 Pension or benefit of relative's right
[] 50 Unemployment benefit
[] 51 Welfare assistance for unemployed
[] 60 Other regular benefit, aid
[] 70 From own asset and other resource
[] 80 Dependent by private person
[] 81 Dependent by public institution

14. If dependent by private person are you enumerated with your supporter?

Yes, supporter's number in the dwelling _ _ _
No, main source of livelihood of the supporter _ _ (see question 13 for answers)

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Only for those who marked answers 10-11 in question 13
[Questions 15.1 through 18.2 were asked of those who marked answers 10-11 in question 13.]

15.1 What is the name of the main occupation and what activities characterize it? ____

15.2 Do you have employees?

[] 0 No
[] Yes, number of employees:
[] 1 1-2 person(s)
[] 2 3-9 persons
[] 3 10-19 persons
[] 4 20 or more persons

15.3 How many hours do you usually work?

[] Hours a week _ _
[] 99 Varying

16. What's your status in employment?

[] 1 Employee
[] 2 Self employed, sole proprietor
[] 3 Working owner of a company
[] 4 Working member of a co-operative
[] 5 Contributing family worker
[] 6 Occasional worker
[] 7 Worker for public utility

17.1 Your employer's name

____ Name
____ Main activity
____ Address

17.2 Name of your workplace

____ Name
____ Main activity

17.3 In which locality is your workplace?

[] 1 Same as the place of enumeration
[] 2 Varying
[] Other:
____ Name of city or locality
____ District

17.4 How many persons, including you, are employed at your workplace?

[] 1 Less than 10
[] 2 10-19
[] 3 20 or more
[] 4 Don't know

18.1 Did you work in agriculture last year?

[] Yes, the whole year
[] Yes, a part of the year, about _ _ _ days
[] 0 No

18.2 Did you work occasionally, seasonally or as a contributing family member during the last year?

[] 1 Yes
[] 0 No

Questions on looking for job
[Questions 19.1-19.3]

Only for those who did not mark answers 10-11 in question 13
[Questions 19.1 through 19.3 asked of those who did not mark 10-11 in question 13.]

19.1 Are you looking for a job?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No, because you think you would not find a suitable job (Skip to 20)
[] 3 No, for other reasons (Skip to 20)

19.2 When would you be available for work?

[] 1 Within 2 weeks
[] 2 In 3-4 weeks
[] 3 In 1-3 months
[] 4 In 3 months or later
[] 5 Don't know

19.3 How long have you been looking for a job?

[] 0 Less than a month
[] Months _ _

Questions on the last job
[Questions 20.1-20.3]

Only for those who marked any of the answers 20-81 in question 13.

20.1 When did you finish your last job?

[] 0 Never worked (Skip to 21)
[] Year _ _ _ _

20.2 What were the name and the main activities of your last job? ____

20.3 What was your status in employment?

[] 1 Employee
[] 2 Self-employed, sole proprietor
[] 3 Working owner of a company
[] 4 Working member of a co-operative
[] 5 Helping family member

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Questions on journey to work or school
[Questions 21.1-21.3]

21.1 Do you have to travel daily to work or school?

To work:
[] 0 No
[] 1 Yes
To school:
[] 0 No
[] 1 Yes

21.2 How do you get to work or school?

Please mark at most three answers for each category.
To work:
[] 1 On foot
[] 2 Tram, trolley
[] 3 Subway, underground
[] 4 Suburban rail
[] 5 Local bus
[] 6 Long-distance bus
[] 7 Train
[] 8 Car
[] 9 Bicycle, motorcycle
[] 10 In another way
To school:
[] 1 On foot
[] 2 Tram, trolley
[] 3 Subway, underground
[] 4 Suburban rail
[] 5 Local bus
[] 6 Long-distance bus
[] 7 Train
[] 8 Car
[] 9 Bicycle, motorcycle
[] 10 In another way

21.3 How much time does the journey to work or school usually take (including the way back home and waiting)?

To work:
_ _ _ Minutes
To school:
_ _ _ Minutes

Questions on spoken languages
[Question 22.]

22. What languages do you speak?

[] 327 Hungarian
[] Other: ____ _ _ _ [Up to three languages may be entered.]

Answering the following questions is not compulsory!
[Questions 23.1-25.3]

Questions on nationality and used languages
[Questions 23.1-25.3]

Please mark at most three answers for each question.
[Applied to question 23.1 to 23.4]

23.1 Which of these nationalities do you think you belong to?

[] 193 Bulgarian
[] 056 Gipsy (Roma)
[] 111 Greek
[] 196 Croatian
[] 207 Polish
[] 179 German
[] 098 Armenian
[] 123 Romanian
[] 211 Ruthenian
[] 195 Serbian
[] 201 Slovakian
[] 199 Slovenian
[] 210 Ukrainian
[] 327 Hungarian
[] 999 Do not wish to answer
[] Other ____ _ _ _

23.2 Which of these nationalities' cultural values and traditions do you feel affinity with?

[] 193 Bulgarian
[] 056 Gipsy (Roma)
[] 111 Greek
[] 196 Croatian
[] 207 Polish
[] 179 German
[] 098 Armenian
[] 123 Romanian
[] 211 Ruthenian
[] 195 Serbian
[] 201 Slovakian
[] 199 Slovenian
[] 210 Ukrainian
[] 327 Hungarian
[] 999 Do not wish to answer
[] Other ____ _ _ _

23.3 What is your mother tongue?

[] 193 Bulgarian
[] 056 Gipsy (Roma)
[] 125 Beas
[] 057 Romani
[] 111 Greek
[] 196 Croatian
[] 207 Polish
[] 179 German
[] 098 Armenian
[] 123 Romanian
[] 211 Ruthenian
[] 195 Serbian
[] 201 Slovakian
[] 199 Slovenian
[] 210 Ukrainian
[] 327 Hungarian
[] 999 Do not wish to answer
[] Other ____ _ _ _

23.4 In which languages do you speak with family members or friends?

[] 193 Bulgarian
[] 056 Gipsy (Roma)
[] 125 Beas
[] 057 Romani
[] 111 Greek
[] 196 Croatian
[] 207 Polish
[] 179 German
[] 098 Armenian
[] 123 Romanian
[] 211 Ruthenian
[] 195 Serbian
[] 201 Slovakian
[] 199 Slovenian
[] 210 Ukrainian
[] 327 Hungarian
[] 999 Do not wish to answer
[] Other ____ _ _ _

Questions on religion, denomination
[Question 24]

24. Religion, denomination? ____ _ _ _

[] 998 Do not belong to religion or denomination
[] 999 Do not wish to answer

Questions on deficiencies
[Questions 25.1-25.3]

25.1 What deficiencies do you have?

Please mark at most three deficiencies.
[] 0 No deficiencies
[] 1 Deficiency in movement
[] 2 Lack of lower, upper limb
[] 3 Other physical deficiency
[] 4 Mental deficiency
[] 5 Hard of hearing
[] 6 Deaf
[] 7 Defective speech
[] 8 Dumb
[] 9 Deaf and dumb
[] 10 Hard of seeing
[] 11 Blind in one eye
[] 12 Blind
[] 13 Other
[] 99 Do not wish to answer

25.2 If you have more deficiencies, which one of them do you think is the most serious? _ _

25.3 What caused the most serious deficiency?

[] 1 Congenital
[] 2 Accident
[] 3 Disease
[] 4 Don't know

Instructions for self-completion

The questionnaires have to be filled in by using a ball-pen in readable way. The responses to the questions should be given according to the choices by ticking an X-mark in a box, writing numerals in constrained boxes or writing text in framed boxes. However, you must not write in the boxes framed by broken lines! Only those questions are discussed here for which, in our opinion, you may need more explanation to answer them, and it's not been included on the questionnaire itself. The questions are referred by their respective numbers. Should any questions occur that you are uncertain to answer, please consult with the enumerator.

Completion of the Dwelling Questionnaire

2. In the case of buildings used without usage permit, the year of construction is considered to be the date when the first occupant moved into the house. You have to mark the year or period of reconstruction if the main construction elements of the building have been changed (e.g. replacement of ceiling occurred, main walls of the building were opened).

7. A room is considered as a place bigger than 4 square meters with door and window, and used for daily residence or sleeping. Consulting rooms, offices, workshops, etc., as well as a hall and a dining-room with a window are also considered as rooms. Places joining rooms through a hatch without door (e.g. alcove, dining-box) must not be considered as a separate room, it should be counted in together with a room or kitchen instead.

11. The response is PB-gas from container if a system serves one or more dwellings or houses through a local pipeline by using this container.

12. The heating is individual if the places of the dwelling are heated separately by oven, gas-heater, etc.

Completion of the Person Questionnaire

4.1 and 5.1. The response relates to the registered address independently of whether or not you live in that dwelling.

7.1 Change of street name, house number or any change in the public administration (e.g. unification or separation of localities) must not be considered as change of residence address.

7.2 You have to give the address of the dwelling where you lived first time in your life (i.e. to where you were brought home by your mother from the hospital, maternity centre).

8. In marking the marital status, the legal de jure status is the basis.

9.1--9.5. Number of legal marriages applies here. (If applicable you have to disregard the number of cohabitations.) If you had more than two marriages, you have to write the data of the latest one in the last row.

10. In cohabitation, it is not necessary for the partners to live in common dwelling in this respect.

11. You have to consider those children who live somewhere else, in another family or under state care, moved or died. You must not consider adopted or foster-child.

12.1--12.6. All educational qualifications have to be taken into account. It is not enough if you give the highest level one only. You must not write in courses. You must not make difference between qualifications obtained via regular or non-regular form of education (evening or mail course, distance teaching, private).

12.1 The number of classes (years) must not be converted into the current education system. Currently someone goes to school if he/she is enrolled for the 2000/2001 school year in one of the listed types of school.

12.4, 12.5 and 12.6. Only the completed qualifications should be written in. If there's not sufficient space to list all your qualifications (supposing you have more than one certificate, diplomas, etc.) then please fill in the details of the highest level one in each category. If you have more certificates at the same level the data of the one obtained first are to be recorded.

13. Please mark three boxes maximum which relate to a contribution to your livelihood. If you have regular income from work (e.g. you are employed) or you worked at least one hour during the week preceding the enumeration please mark the box code 10. All activities providing income (salary, fee, etc. or compensation in kind) apply here.

15.1 Do not use general terms (e.g. civil servant, public official, pedagogue, entrepreneur, unskilled worker, administrator).

15.3 If you have work contract you have to write in those hours which are put down in the contract. If you are self-employed then you have to write in those hours which are usually necessary to do a given work.

17.1 You have to fill in the registered name, main activity and address of the enterprise or organization at which you carry on your occupation in question 15.1.

17.2 Fill in your enterprise or organization workplace where you actually work (factory, shop, office, etc.)

18.1 Please answer the question on agricultural activity, regardless of the mode you carried it out (main job, secondary job, occasional work).

19.1 You may answer the question as Yes, only if you were actively looking for a job within the last 4 weeks.

22. Take into account those languages which you understand or you are able to make yourself understood.

25.1 A person is considered as handicapped or disabled is if he/she has such physical, mental or other deficiencies which hamper him/her in the normal and usual way of living.