____ Door number
_ _ _ Section number/urban block
_ _ _ Building Questionnaire number
 8 Isolated
1. Type of building and period of construction:
 2 From 1919 to 1945
 3 From 1946 to 1960
 4 From 1961 to 1970
 5 From 1971 to 1975
 6 From 1976 to 1979
 7 From 1980 or 1981
If you checked option 8 in question 1, end this questionnaire and proceed to the living quarters questionnaire.
[Questions 3-7 were asked only in case when enumerator is dealing with a building, per question 1]
 3 Mostly residential building
4. Number of floors: _ _
 4 Mortared masonry walls without concrete slabs (brick masonry, blocks from concrete or other blocks)
 6 Timber
 8 Others (metallic structure or other materials)
 3 Mortared masonry walls with concrete slabs
 5 Timber
 7 Other (stone, clay, etc.)
[Number of dwellings in the building form was not translated into English]
[Complementary Building Questionnaire form was not translated into English]
[Instructions for completing the questionnaire were not translated into English]
[First page of the Living Quarter Questionnaire was not translated into English]
A. Type of living quarter
 11 On board population and diplomatic personnel
 Housing unit:
 33 Shack (tin neighborhood style)
 34 Rudimentary wooden house
 35 Mobile housing unit (roullote, tent, boat, RV, etc.)
 36 In a permanent building not designed for habitation (granaries, garages, shops, offices, etc.)
 37 Other place not intended for inhabitation (cave, staircase, bridge, etc.)
 Camps or Institutions
 52 Education (school, religious seminar, dormitories, boarding school, etc.)
 53 Military (barracks or military base)
 54 Prison (jail or similar)
 55 Religious (convent, monastery, etc.)
 56 Health (hospital, recovery home, etc.)
 57 Work (personnel dormitory, camp, etc.)
 58 Other type
B. Occupancy status
If options 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 in question B [is] selected, end the questionnaire here.
If option 2 [is] selected and there is no dwelling, end this questionnaire likewise.
 2 Seasonal use
 3 Absent occupant (emigrant, etc.)
 5 For rent
 6 For demolition
 7 In ruins or other cases
Don't forget you must choose only one answer for each question.
[Questions 1-13 were asked in cases of a housing unit or a collective living quarter, except hotels or similar and institutions of "other type" -- that is occupied as a usual residence or for seasonal use, per questions A, B]
3. Water (Water supply system)
 2 From a private source
 No piped water available inside the dwelling or the building, but the main source of water is:
 5 Private well or hole
 6 Public well with pump
 7 Public well without pump or surface water fountain
5. Bath or shower facilities
Does the housing unit have a fixed system of bath or shower?
 1 Yes
 3 No
6. Sewage disposal system:
 Housing unit with sewage disposal system:
 6 Connected to a private sewage disposal plant (septic tank, etc.)
 8 Other sewage arrangements (open pit, ditches, brook, etc.)
If your dwelling is a tent, rudimentary timber house, mobile home, temporary or improvised home, end this questionnaire. [skip questions 7-13]
[Questions 7-13 were asked in cases of a housing unit or a collective living quarter (except hotels or similar and institutions of "other type"), that is occupied as a usual residence or for seasonal use, and is not a tent, rudimentary timber house, mobile home, temporary or improvised home, per questions A, B.]
8. Rooms: Indicate the number of rooms in the dwelling _ _
If you are not an owner or co-owner of the dwelling, skip to question 11.[skip questions 9-10]
[Questions 9-10 were asked of persons who own or co-own this housing unit or collective living quarter (except hotels or similar and institutions of "other type"), and occupy it as a usual residence or seasonally, and the dwelling is not a tent, rudimentary timber house, mobile home, temporary or improvised home, per questions A, B.]
If you are the owner or co-owner of the dwelling, indicate if you had to finance the purchase of this house:
 1 Yes
 3 No
If you answered question 10, please end questionnaire [skip questions 11-13].
If you bought a dwelling and pay a mortgage, it is possible that the payment is not monthly. If this is the case, to answer correctly, you will have to divide the payment (principal plus interest) by the number of months in that period and the, indicate the size to which corresponds the monthly mortgage charge:
 1 Less than $2,000
 2 From $2,000 to less than $4,000
 3 From $4,000 to less than $6,000
 4 From $6,000 to less than $8,000
 5 From $8,000 to less than $10,000
 6 $10,000 or more
[Questions 11-13 were asked of tenants of this housing unit or collective living quarter (except hotels or similar and institutions of "other type"), who occupy it as a usual residence or seasonally (and the dwelling is not a tent, rudimentary timber house, mobile home, temporary or improvised home, per questions A, B.]
11. If you are a tenant, please indicate the form of lease:
 4 Furnished by the owner
 8 Other situation (building superintendent, security guard, granted, etc.)
If you pay rent, please indicate the size to which corresponds the monthly amount:
 1 Less than $500
 2 From $500 to less than $1,000
 3 From $1,000 to less than $3,000
 4 From $3,000 to less than $5,000
 5 From $5,000 to less than $7,000
 6 From $7,000 to less than $9,000
 7 From $9,000 to less than $12,000
 8 From $12,000 to less than $15,000
 9 $15,000 or more
13. Housing unit ownership:
 1 Private owner or private company
 2 Public companies
 3 State, public corporations
 4 Social security or other non-profit institutions
 5 Housing associations, housing cooperatives
By homeless, we understand a family that does not reside in a dwelling that used before the earthquake, due to it
 1 Yes
 3 No
B. From the list, this is the [space for the number] family within the dwelling: ____
[The following questions are organized into a table. Each question appears in a column, in the order depicted below from left to right, and there 15 rows for each person's answer.]
Reference Number [pre-printed two digit number, 01 through 15]
Reference person's complete name: ____
Example: Maria Fernanda Silva
 Representative of the family [Head of the household; pre-filled for person 01]
 Single son/daughter
 Non-single son/daughter
 Other Relative
 Not related
_ _ Father
_ _ Mother
Section number _ _ _
Building number _ _ _
Dwelling number _ _
Family number _ _
Reserved for I.N.E [omitted]
 2 Resident and present in the housing unit
 4 Resident and absent of the housing unit
 6 Is not a resident in the housing unit but is temporary present here
 1 Basic - Elementary school ([1st degree] 4 years)
 2 Basic - Preparatory school ([2nd degree] 2 years, direct of distance preparatory cycle, former 1st cycle of school, former preparatory cycle in technical schools, etc.)
 3 Unified secondary ([1st degree] unified course, general courses - academic, commercial, industrial, visual arts, and agricultural, former 5th year in school or equivalent)
 4 Complementary secondary ([2nd degree] 11th grade, 2nd complementary year -academic, commercial, industrial, visual arts, and agricultural - former 7th year of school, former preparatory sections in commercial and industrial courses and equivalent)
 5 Preparation year for university or 12th grade
 6 Professional courses
 7 Post-secondary courses (teaching school for preschool or primary)
 8 Tertiary courses
 2 No
12. If you completed a professional, post-secondary or tertiary degree, please write in the name of the course: ________
13. Residence on December 31st, 1979
 1 In the municipality where you live
In other municipality, please specify: ____
 2 Macau
 3 Angola, Mozambique, Guiné-Bissau, Cape Verde, S. Tomé and Principe or Timor
 5 France
 6 Germany
 7 In other country of Europe
 8 United States of America and Canada
 9 Any other country in the world
Continues on the back [of the form]
14. Residence on December 31st, 1973
 0 In the municipality where you live
 In other municipality, please specify: ____
 1 Macau
 2 Angola
 3 Mozambique
 4 Guiné-Bissau, Cape Verde, S. Tomé and Principe or Timor
 5 France
 6 Germany
 7 In other country of Europe
 8 United States of America and Canada
 9 Any other country in the world
16. Main mode of transportation
 1 Bus, light train or underground
 2 Train
 3 Particular car or van
 4 Motorcycle or bicycle
 5 Company or School collective transport
 6 Other modes of transport (example: taxi, boat, animal traction, etc.)
 7 None (exclusively walking)
17. Source of livelihood
 1 Work
 2 Temporary benefits - Unemployment
 3 Temporary benefits - Sickness, accident, etc.
 4 Temporary benefits - Others Sickness, accident, etc.
 5 Household support
 6 Pensions of any kind (reform, pension, handicap, social, etc.) [-- go to question 18]
 7 Social support
 8 Property or entrepreneurial income
 9 Other situation
 5 Retirement pension (by age)
 6 Reserve pension
 7 Pension for live due to working accident or professional illness
 8 Incapacity pension
 9 Other type of pension (social pension, survival pension or other)
 1 Worked with a specific profession
 3 Did not work with a specific profession, or being a contributing family worker, not paid, worked for less than 15 hours
21. If you chose option 3 in the previous question , indicate the reason [why you did not work]:
 1 Occupied with home chores
 2 Student
 3 Retired
 4 Compulsory military service
 5 Permanently incapacitated for working
 6 Unemployed looking for first job
 7 Unemployed looking for new job
 8 Other reason
22. If in the indicated week you did work with a specific profession, please state if [you worked]:
 2 Less than 15 hours
 4 From 15 to 35 hours
 6 From 35 to 45 hours
 8 45 hours or more
23. Main occupation: ________
Be precise. For example: civil construction painter, primary school teacher, third rank officer at the Ministry of Labor, agricultural employee, etc.
24. Professional situation
 1 Employer (with one or more employees)
 2 Own-account worker
 3 Contributing family worker
 4 Employee
 5 Member of a production cooperative
 6 Other situation
25. Branch of economic activity: ________
Year: 1 _ _ _
- Each of the persons who resided in the dwelling at midnight of March 16, 1981 (don't forget children and those temporarily absent).
- Each of the people temporarily present in the dwelling at the same time.
- All the Portuguese [citizens] and foreigners who reside in Portugal, even those who at the census time (midnight of March 16, 1981) are absent from their residences or even from the country.
- All the Portuguese [citizens] and foreigners who [usually] reside abroad, but who at the census time are in Portugal
- Foreigners who are members of a diplomatic mission and their families, since they reside in their embassies, and foreign military personnel and their families, since they reside in military bases located in the national territory.
- The respondent, a family member, a friend, etc.
- In case of impossibility, request the enumerator for help with the filling out of the questionnaire or [ask her] to fill it out [for you].
- The questions with boxes, write an "X" in the situation or case that applies.
- In each question, mark only one box, that is, you can only provide one answer.
- If you think you could have more than one answer to the same question, choose the one you consider more relevant.
- In questions 1, 3, 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 23, 25, and 26, which have lines, you should write one or more words corresponding to your answer.
- If you have more than one citizenship, even one of them is Portuguese, mark option 98.
- If you have an ongoing naturalization process, indicate the citizenship that you currently have and not the one you intend to obtain.
- Resides and is present - every person who resides in the dwelling and is present (at midnight of March 16, 1981) or those who will return before noon of that day.
- Resides but is absent - every person who resides in the dwelling, but is not present there (at midnight of March 16, 1981) and those who will not be back by noon of that day.
Person who lives away from the family dwelling due to work, but keeps his family dwelling [here]. Include absent shipmates.
Person enrolled in the compulsory military service.
Persons who are hospitalized or institutionalized in rehabilitation institutions.
Travelers at the time of the census.
People who emigrated abroad less than a year ago.
- Is not a resident, but is present: all persons who do not usually reside in the dwelling but are present (at midnight of March 16, 1981).
Foreign diplomats and their family in mission in Portugal, as long as they live outside the embassy.
Foreigners who have been in Portugal less than a year.
Portuguese citizens who reside abroad, and are in Portugal for a short period of time.
- In case you were born in Macau, write this word in the line destined for "municipality".
- In case you were born in a territory which is currently independent, but was under Portuguese administration when you were born, write the name of the territory in the line for "foreign country"
- If you were born, for example, on March 8, 1940, write:
- (Day) _ 8
- (Month) March
- (Year) 1 9 4 0
- Married: refers to the person who is legally married or living in an equivalent situation. The married condition (legal or de facto) dominates over any other prior status.
- Separated: is every person who, after having been married, separated herself from her spouse, even when the separation has not been legally recognized.
- Professional courses. For example, courses for: Secretary, Manager's Assistant, Correspondent, Foreign Languages and Translator-Interpreter, Education Agent, General Accounting, Special Painting Activities, etc.
- If you are enrolled in more than one course, indicate the one that is most closely related to your professional activities. If you are unemployed, chose the course with which you feel more vocation.
Answer this question only if you are a resident who is present [at the time of the census].
This question should not be answered in the questionnaire of a person who is an absent resident.
Important: since you can only mark one answer, you will have to choose, among the "Source of livelihood" options, the one that mostly contributes to satisfy your living necessities.
- Work: includes persons who mainly live from their work, whether she gets paid or not. People in the compulsory military service should mark this option.
- Household support: includes persons supported by their family (homemaker who only works at home, students, children, etc.)
- Pensions of any kind: includes persons who receive a pension, as long as the amount received exceeds that of any other source of livelihood they could have.
- Social support: includes persons whose main means of survival is assistance provided within a institution or not, by the State, by private non-profit organizations, or by individuals.
- Property income: includes persons whose subsistence is mainly financed by rent collected from property, interests, profits, dividends, royalties, etc.
- Worked with a specific profession: consider in this category persons who, in the reference week:
- Worked with pay, regardless of the number of hours worked;
- Worked without pay for fifteen or more hours in a family economic activity;
- Did not work for temporary reasons, such as sickness, maternity leave, holidays, work-related accidents, work conflicts, etc. Persons in these conditions should indicate the number of hours they usually work in a week in Question 22.
- Did not work with a specific profession: this option includes persons who:
- Did not work in an economic activity (homemaker, student, retiree, etc.);
- Works in an family economic activity, however, for less than 15 hours per week and without pay. If you marked option 3 in question 20, do not fill question 22.
- Permanently incapacitated for working: mark this option if the person who is incapacitated for working has not reached retirement age, otherwise, chose option 3.
- Main occupation: in case of having more than one occupations, indicate the one where you work more time.
- Own-account worker: refers to the individual who works on his own and usually does not have paid workers, although he can receive help from family member whom he does not pay.
- Contributing family worker: refers to the individual who works at least 15 hours per week in a family economic activity, without receiving payment.
- Employee: refers to the individual who works for another person, firm, or organization in exchange for a wage. Workers in production cooperatives choose this option.
- Member of a production cooperative: refers to the member of a production cooperative, where he works. This option includes, also, workers of self-managed firms.
- If you work on your own account, indicate the type of activity performed. For example: agriculture, civil construction, retail sale of fruits, etc.
- If you work as an employee, indicate the activity of the firm, organization, or establishment, etc. where you work. Examples: road transportation company, water shipping company, painting office, hotel, light weapons and ammunition factory, automobile assembly plant, financial management, school of _____, museum of _____, chamber of commerce, primary school, etc. If you work for a firm that does multiple activities, indicate the activity performed in the store or establishment were you work and not that of the general firm. Example: suppose you work in a shoe store (retail) which belongs to a firm whose main activity is wholesale of shoes, you should say "retail sale of shoes", and not "wholesale sale of shoes."
- By matrimony, we understand any situation, whether legal or defacto
- You should indicate the number of children born alive, regardless of whether they are alive or not.
[The Individuals in a Collective Dwelling Questionnaire was not translate into English]