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Uruguay INE (National Institute of Statistics)
2011 Census
"Tell me and I will count you"

Housing

Identification of dwellings (CodCom)
Date of survey _ _ / _ _ / _ _
Department _ _
Section_ _
Segment_ _ _
Zone _ _ _
Border (borde) _ _
Enumerator _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Urban areas
Street _____
Number _ _ _ _
Tower (torre) _ _
Building number (bloque) _ _
Apartment number _ _
Block (manzana) _ _ _
Terrain (solar) _ _

Rural areas
Route or path _____
Order number of the dwelling _ _ _ _

Type of dwelling and occupation

1. Indicate the type of dwelling (VivVO01)
(Don't read. Mark only one option)

Private Housing

[] 1 House
[] 2 Multi-level apartment building with elevator
[] 3 Multi-level apartment building without elevator
[] 4 One-level apartment building
[] 5 Apartment or room in a building or collective dwelling
[] 6 Premise not intended for habitation
[] 7 Mobile dwelling (tent, rolling house, etc.)
[] 8 Other private dwelling
Collective Housing
[] 9 Hotel, pension, or other house of lodging
[] 10 Hospital, sanatorium (with boarding)
[] 11 Residence for the elderly
[] 12 Student residence
[] 13 Workers house
[] 14 Religious boarding
[] 15 Detention center
[] 16 Foster home or similar
[] 17 Military or police barracks
[] 18 Other collective dwelling

2. Indicate if the dwelling is: (VivVO03)
(Don't read)

Occupied

[] 1 Occupied with residents present
[] 2 Occupied with residents absent
Unoccupied
[] 3 Of temporary use
[] 4 For rent or sale
[] 5 Under construction or repair
[] 6 Ruined, destroyed, or uninhabitable
[] 7 Vacant
[] 8 Unknown

(If it is a collective dwelling and is in occupied condition)
[Question 3 is only asked if the dwelling is collective and is occupied.]

3. Do people who do not belong to the collective household live here on a regular basis? (VivVO04)
(For example: the owner or family care-taker)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

(If it is a private household and is occupied with present residents, continue with the Data of Private Occupied Dwellings)

(If it is a collective dwelling, continue with the module Household Members)

Data of Private Occupied Dwellings
(Only for the first household or single household)

4. What is the predominant material of the exterior walls of the dwelling? (VivDV01))
(Read the question and select the appropriate option according to the response)

[] 1 Masonry: bricks, slabs (ticholos), stones, or blocks with finishing
[] 2 Masonry: bricks, slabs (ticholos), stones, or blocks without finishing
[] 3 Lightweight materials (wood or sheets/plates) with finishing
[] 4 Lightweight materials (wood or sheets/plates) without finishing
[] 5 Clay (sod, adobe, or fajina -- a wood frame with soil stabilized with straw and other components)
[] 6 Waste materials
[] 7 Other

5. Which is the predominate material of the roof of the dwelling? (VivDV01)
(Read the question and select the appropriate option according to the response)

[] 1 Pressed concrete or slabs with or without tiles
[] 2 Lightweight with ceiling
[] 3 Lightweight without ceiling
[] 4 Quincha (a mud and cane mixture, anti-seismic building material)
[] 5 Waste materials
[] 6 Other

6. Which is the predominate material of the floors of the dwelling? (VivDV03)
(Read the question and select the appropriate option according to the response)

[] 1 Ceramic, tile, stone, wood, carpet, linoleum, etc.
[] 2 Sand and Portland cement
[] 3 Only subfloor without floor
[] 4 Ground without floor or subfloor
[] 5 Other

7. What is the origin of the drinking and cooking water? (VivDV05)
(Read the question and select the appropriate option according to the response)

[] 1 OSE or general network
[] 2 Deep protected well
[] 3 Deep unprotected well
[] 4 Cistern
[] 5 Pipes
[] 6 Stream, river
[] 7 Other

8. How does the water arrive at the dwelling? (VivDV06)

[] 1 Via piping within the dwelling

Via piping outside the dwelling:
[] 2 Less than 100 m away
[] 3 More than 100 m away
[] 4 By other means

9. Which is the main means of electrical lighting of this dwelling? (VivDV07)
(Read the question and select the appropriate option according to the response)

[] 1 UTE or general network
[] 2 Battery powered wind charger
[] 3 Battery powered solar charger
[] 4 Personal power generator
[] 5 Other electric source
[] 6 Does not have

10. Do all the people that regularly reside in this dwelling share the same common food source? (VivHV01)

[] 1 Yes (single household) (skip to Q. 11)
[] 2 No (more than one household)
Note how many household s (VivHV01_1) _ _

11. Name of neighborhood or rural area where the dwelling is located:

11.1 What is the name of this neighborhood? (VivBP011) ______
(For Montevideo and localities of the interior)

11.2 What is the name of this area (paraje)? (VivBP012) _____
(For rural zones of the interior)

Private Households

Household No. (HogId) _____

Ownership

1. With respect to this dwelling, this dwelling is . . . ? (HogTe01)

[] 1 Owned (go to q 2)
[] 2 Part of a housing cooperative (go to q 4)
[] 3 Rented (go to q 4)
[] 4 Used or occupied (go to q 3)

2. Does the homeowner own . . .? (HogTe02)
(For homeowners)

[] 1 The dwelling and the terrain, and is paying for it
[] 2 The dwelling and the terrain, and are already paid for
[] 3 Only the dwelling, and is paying for it
[] 4 Only the dwelling, and it is already paid for

3. Is the user or occupant staying . . .? (HogTe03)
(For users or occupants)

[] 1 Because of a dependent (work) relation
[] 2 Free, granted by the BPS
[] 3 Free (borrowed/lent)
[] 4 Without permission from the homeowner

Rooms Utilized

4. What is the total number of rooms utilized by this household, without considering bathrooms and kitchens?
Total rooms (HogHD00) _ _

5. How many rooms are utilized by this household for sleeping?
Rooms used for sleeping (HogHD01) _ _

Sanitary Service

6. Does this household have a bathroom in the dwelling? (HogSH01)

[] 1 Yes, with water tank
[] 2 Yes, without water tank
[] 3 No (go to q. 9)

7. Is this bathroom. . . ? (HogSH02)

[] 1 Of exclusive use of the household
[] 2 Shared with other households

8. Removal of waste occurs via. . . (HogSH03)

[] 1 General tubing
[] 2 Septic tank, cesspit
[] 3 Piping towards gutter/stream
[] 4 Other (surface, hole in ground)

Cooking Service

9. Is this household provided with some place appropriate for cooking, with sink and faucet? (HogSC01)

[] 1 Yes, private to this household
[] 2 Yes, shared with other households
[] 3 No

10. Which is the principal means of energy used by this household for cooking? (HogSC02)
(Read the question and select the appropriate option according to the response)

[] 1 Electricity
[] 2 Piped gas
[] 3 Super-gas
[] 4 Kerosene
[] 5 Firewood or charcoal
[] 6 Other
[] 7 None, no kitchen

Heating

11. Which is the principal means of energy used by this household for heating the surroundings? (HogCa01)
(Read the question and select the appropriate option according to the response)

[] 1 Electricity
[] 2 Firewood
[] 3 Piped gas
[] 4 Super-gas
[] 5 Kerosene
[] 6 Gas oil
[] 7 Fuel oil
[] 8 Other
[] 9 None

Comfort and Household Equipment

12. Does this household have . . .?

Water heater or boiler (HogCE01)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Instant water heater (HogCE02)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Refrigerator or freezer (HogCE03)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Dryer (HogCE04)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Radio (HogCE05)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Color TV, how many? (HogCE06) _____

Landline (fixed phone) (HogCE07)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Cell Phone (HogCE08)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
XO from CEIBAL Plan, how many? (HogCE09) _____

PCs or laptops, how many? (HogCE10) _____

Internet access (HogCE11)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Mopeds or motorcycles, how many? (HogCE12) _____

Automobiles or trucks, how many? (HogCE13) _____

People who are Household Members

Habitual Resident: is the person who has lived in the dwelling the majority of the last twelve months or has lived less time there but intends to continue living there.

13. How many people of this household regularly reside in this dwelling?
_ _ Total (HogPR01)
_ _ Men (HogPR02)
_ _ Women (HogPR03)

14. Tell me the first and last name of each one of the people of this household, starting with the head or other reference person (don’t forget the elderly or the newly born).

14.1 Person number (PerId) ____
14.2 First and last name (PerPH01) ____
14.3 Is this a man or a woman?

[] 1 Man
[] 2 Woman

14.4 Identification of informants (PerPH03) ____

15. I have noted the following people (read the names out loud). Do any of these people regularly reside in another dwelling? (HogPR04)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

16. Is there anyone that I have not noted that regularly resides here, for example, children of separated parents, elderly, people temporally absent because of vacations, work, sickness, or other cause? (HogPR05)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

People

Number of person ____
First and last name of the person ____

Age

For everyone:

1. How old is the person (in completed years)? (PerNa01)
Age _ _ _

2. What is his/her birth date? (PerNa02)

Day _ _
Month _ _
Year _ _ _ _

Kinship relationship

For everyone:
[Questions 3-5 are asked of everyone.]

3. What is the kinship relationship that [the respondent] has to the head of the household or the reference person? (PerPa01)

[] 1 Head of the household or reference person
[] 2 Spouse or partner
[] 3 Son/daughter of both
[] 4 Son/daughter only of the head
[] 5 Son/daughter of the spouse or partner
[] 6 Son/daughter-in-law
[] 7 Father/mother
[] 8 Father/mother-in-law
[] 9 Brother/sister
[] 10 Brother/sister-in-law
[] 11 Grandson/granddaughter
[] 12 Other relative
[] 13 Other non-relative
[] 14 Domestic help or family thereof
[] 15 Member of a collective household

If the response from q. 3 is 11, 12, 13, or 14, and informant is 17 completed years or younger in q.1:
[Respondent would answer question 4-5 only if the response to question 3 is 11, 12, 13 or 14; and if the respondent is 17 years or younger in question 1.]

4. Is the mother a member of this household? (PerPa02)

[] 1 Yes
Who is it? (No. of the person) (PerPa02_1) _ _
[] 2 No

5. Is the father a member of this household? (PerPa03)

[] 1 Yes
Who is it? (No. of the person) (PerPa03_1) _ _
[] 2 No

Ethnic or Racial Ancestry

For everyone:
[Questions 6-7 are asked of everyone.]

6. Do you think you have any of the following ancestry?

6.1 African or black? (PerER01_1)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

6.2 Asian or yellow (amarilla)? (PerER01_2)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

6.3 White? (PerER01_3)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

6.4 Indigenous? (PerER01_4)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

6.5 Other? (PerER01_5)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
(Specify) (PerER01_5_1) ____

(If the informant responded Yes to one ancestry only, skip to q. 8)

[Question 7 is asked only when the respondent responded "Yes" to more than one ancestry in question 6.]

7. Which of the following do you consider your main ancestry?

[] 1 African or black
[] 2 Asian or yellow (amarilla)
[] 3 White
[] 4 Indigenous
[] 5 Other
[] 6 None (there is no main ancestry)

Marital Status

For people 12 years of age or older:
[Questions 8-11 are asked of people aged 12 or older.]

8. Does [the respondent] have a spouse or partner in the household? (PerEC01)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No (go to q. 11)

9. Who is it? (PerEC02)
(No. of person) _ _

10. What kind of union is it? (PerEC03)

[] 1 Civil ceremony (finish module)
[] 2 Consensual union with partner of the opposite sex (finish module)
[] 3 Consensual union with partner of the same sex (finish module)

11. [The respondent] is currently. . .? (PerEC04)

[] 1 Separated from a consensual union
[] 2 Divorced
[] 3 Married (including separated and not divorced)
[] 4 Widowed (of marriage)
[] 5 Widowed (of consensual union)
[] 6 Single (never married nor lived in consensual union)

Migration

For everyone:
[Questions 12-15 are asked of everyone.]

12. In which locality or area [paraje] did [the respondent] go to live after birth? (PerMi01)

[] 1 In this locality or area (Skip to q. 14)
[] 2 In another locality of this department
_____ Name of the locality or area (skip to q. 14) (PerMi01_1)
[] 3 In another department
_____ Name of the department (PerMi01_2)
_____ Name of the locality or area (skip to q. 14) (PerMi01_3)
[] 4 In another country
_____ Name of the country (PerMi01_4)

Question 13.

13.1. If born abroad, in which year did [the respondent] arrive to Uruguay in order to reside therein? (PerMi02)
Year _ _ _ _
(9999 if unknown. Go to 13.2)

13.2. Approximately in which period did [the respondent] arrive to Uruguay in order to reside therein? (PerMi02_1)

[] 1 2010-2011
[] 2 2005-2009
[] 3 2000-2004
[] 4 1995-1999
[] 5 1990-1994
[] 6 1985-1989
[] 7 1980-1984
[] 8 1975-1979
[] 9 1970-1974
[] 10 Before 1970
[] 99 Unknown

14. How long has [the respondent] lived without interruptions in this locality or area?

[] 1 Always resided here (finish the module) (PerMi05)
[] 2 Not always resided here
Note the number of years resided here (PerMi05_1) _ _
(00 for those that have resided here less than one year; 30 for those who have resided here 30 years or more)

15. Where did [the respondent] live before moving to reside in this locality or area? (PerMi06)

[] 1 In another locality of this department

_____ Name of the locality or area (PerMi06_1)
[] 2 In another department
_____ Name of the department (PerMi06_2)
_____ Name of the locality or area (PerMi06_3)
[] 3 In another country
_____ Name of the country (PerMi06_4)

For people 5 years of age or older and who responded less than 5 years in q. 14:

16. In which locality or area did [the respondent] reside in September, 2006 (five years ago)? (PerMi07)

[] 1 In this locality or area [paraje]
[] 2 In another locality of this department
Name of the locality or area (PerMi07_1) ____
[] 3 In another department
Name of the department (PerMi07_2) ____
Name of the locality or area (PerMi07_3) ____
[] 4 In another country
Name of the country (PerMi07_4) ____

Education

For people 0 to 3 years old:

17. Does [the respondent] currently attend an early education center or preschool (daycare, kindergarten, CAIF, etc.)? (PerEd00)

[] 1 Yes, attends a public center
[] 2 Yes, attends a CAIF
[] 3 Yes, attends a private center
[] 4 Does not attend

(The module is finished. Go to q. 43)

For people 4 years of age or older:
[Questions 18-25 are asked of people aged 4 and older.]

18. Does (Name) currently attend or has attended an educational institution offering preschool, primary, secondary, post-secondary or technical education? (PerEd01)

[] 1 Yes, attends a public establishment
[] 2 Yes, attends a private establishment
[] 3 Does not attend, but has attended (skip to q. 21)
[] 4 Never attended (skip to q. 26)

19. Which locality or area is the educational institution attended to located in?

[] 1 In this locality or area
[] 2 In another locality of this department
Name of the locality or department (PerEd02_1) ____
[] 3 In another department
Name of the department (PerEd02_2) ____
Name of the locality or area (PerEd02_3) ____
[] 4 In another country
Name of the country (PerEd02_4) ____
[] 5 Does not apply (distance learning)

20. Which level is [the respondent] currently enrolled in? (PerEd03)

[] 1 Preschool
[] 2 Elementary school
[] 3 Elementary school - special education
[] 4 Junior high school (grades 7-9)
[] 5 Junior high school UTU (grades 7-9)
[] 6 High school (grades 10-12)
[] 7 High school UTU (grades 10-12)
[] 8 Technical School / Professional Formation UTU
[] 9 Teacher training
[] 10 Post-secondary learning, non-university
[] 11 University or College Institute (Degree plan or certification)
[] 12 Graduate Studies (Minor / Masters / Doctorate)

21. What is the highest level [the respondent] attended? (PerEd03_1)

[] 1 Preschool
[] 2 Elementary school
[] 3 Elementary school – special education
[] 4 Junior high school (grades 7-9)
[] 5 Junior high school UTU (grades 7-9)
[] 6 High school (grades 10-12)
[] 7 High school UTU (grades 10-12)
[] 8 Technical School / Professional Formation UTU
[] 9 Teacher training
[] 10 Post-secondary learning, non-university
[] 11 University or College Institute (Bachelor's Degree or certification)
[] 12 Graduate Studies (Minor / Masters / Doctorate)

22. Did [the respondent] complete that level? (PerEd04)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

23. How many years/grades did [the respondent] pass in that level? (PerEd05)
Years/grades passed ____

If the response is 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12 in q. 20 or in q. 21:

24. The prerequisites for this course were: (PerEd06)

[] 1 Completed master's degree
[] 2 Bachelor's Degree / Completed university degree
[] 3 Completed teacher training / professorship
[] 4 Completed High School (12th grade of the secondary school or UTU)
[] 5 10th grade of high school completed
[] 6 Junior high school completed (9th grade completed)
[] 7 Elementary school completed
[] 8 None

If the response to q. 20 or q. 21 was 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, or 12:

[Question 25 is asked only if the answers to questions 20 or 21 are 6,7,8,9,10,11 or 12]

25. What is the area, orientation, course, or degree that [the respondent] studies/studied? (PerEd07)
(Note the main one of the highest level taken)
Description: _______

For people 10 years or older that never attended, attend, or took classes in Special Elementary School and passed 3 years of Basic Elementary School:

26. Does [the respondent] know how to read and write? (PerEd08)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

Labor Activity

For people 12 years or older:
[Questions 22-38 are asked of people aged 12 or older.]

27. During the past week, did (Name) work for at least an hour, not including domestic chores? (PerAL01)

[] 1 Yes (go to q. 32)
[] 2 No

28. Did [the respondent] do something outside the household, or helped in a business or collaborated in the care of animals, crops, or gardens that were not for self-consumption? (PerAL02)

[] 1 Yes (go to q. 32)
[] 2 No

29. Even though [the respondent] didn't work last week, does [the respondent] have some work or business that [the respondent] will surely return to? (PerAL03)

[] 1 Yes (go to q. 32)
[] 2 No

30. During the last four weeks, was [the respondent] looking for work or trying to establish a business? (PerAL04)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No (go to q. 37)

31. Has [the respondent] worked before? (PerAL05)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No (go to q. 37)

[Questions 32-35 ask about the principal occupation or the last occupation.]
In relation to the principal occupation (the one that provides the greatest income) or with the last occupation:

32. What tasks did [the respondent] carry out in this job? (PerAL06) ____

33. What is/was produced or what is/was the main objective of the business where [the respondent] works/worked? (PerAL07) ____

34. In this job, [the respondent] is/was a:

[] 1 Private-sector wage earner
[] 2 Public-sector wage earner
[] 3 Member of a production cooperative
[] 4 Chief
[] 5 Self-employed worker
[] 6 Non-remunerated family worker
[] 7 Worker of a social employment program

(Only for employed people)

35. Where do you carry-out this work? (PerAL09)

[] 1 In this dwelling
[] 2 In this locality or area (outside of this dwelling)
[] 3 In another locality or area of this department
Name of the locality or area (PerAL09_1) ____
[] 4 In another department
Name of the department (PerAL09_2) ____
Name of the locality or area (PerAL09_3) _____
[] 5 In another country
Name of the country (PerAL09_4) ____
[] 6 Itinerant work (in more than one locality)

If the response to q. 35 was 1:
[Question 36 is only asked if the respondent carries out work in this dwelling.]

36. Was the activity that [the respondent] developed in this dwelling carried out exclusively in a designated space for that activity and separate from the rest of the dwelling? (PerAL10)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

37. Is [the respondent] retired or pensioned? (PerAL11)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

38. Is [the respondent] the person who carries out the domestic chores? (PerAL12)

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

Fertility and Mortality

For women 12 years or older:
[Questions 39-42 are asked of women aged 12 and older.]

39. How many female and male live births has [the respondent] had in total?
Total female and male live births (PerFM01) _ _
Unknown (PerFM01_1) _
(If the response is 00 finish the module)

40. Of the sons and daughters born alive, how many are currently alive?
Total daughters and sons currently alive (PerFM02) _ _
Unknown (PerFM02_1) _

41. What is the birth date of her last son or daughter?
Year (PerFM04_1) _ _ _ _
Month (PerFM04_2) _ _
Day (PerFM04_3) _ _

Unknown: Denote 9999 for year, 99 for month, 99 for day

42. In what year was the first daughter or son born alive?
Year (PerFM05) ____
Unknown: 9999

Disabilities

The following questions deal with the permanent difficulties that the people can have with carrying out certain habitual activities due to a health problem.

43. Respond to the following questions:

Does [the respondent] have permanent difficulty with:

43.1 Seeing, even if using glasses or lenses (PerDi01)
(For everyone)

[] 1 Does not have any difficulty
[] 2 Yes, some difficulty
[] 3 Yes, much difficulty
[] 4 Yes, [the respondent] cannot do it

43.2 Hearing, even if using hearing aids (PerDi02)
(For everyone)

[] 1 Does not have any difficulty
[] 2 Yes, some difficulty
[] 3 Yes, much difficulty
[] 4 Yes, [the respondent] cannot do it

43.3 Walking or going up stairs (PerDi04)
(For people 2 years or older)

[] 1 Does not have any difficulty
[] 2 Yes, some difficulty
[] 3 Yes, much difficulty
[] 4 Yes, [the respondent] cannot do it

43.4 Understanding and/or learning (PerDi05)
(For people 6 years or older)

[] 1 Does not have any difficulty
[] 2 Yes, some difficulty
[] 3 Yes, much difficulty
[] 4 Yes, [the respondent] cannot do it