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General Directorate of Statistical Surveys
Directorate of Population Statistics and Labour Market Statistics

General Censuses
2011

Instructions to the Enumerators

PIRAEUS, 2011

[p. 3 omitted, contents]
[There is no p. 4.]
[p. 5, 1st part omitted, enumerators' obligations by the 2010 law for data confidentiality]

Liabilities of the census to the confidentiality of the data

The census should note that the data collected on the forms of general building inventories and population-housing [O-1, O-2, P-1, P-2, K-1 and K-2] is confidential under Article 7 of Law 3832/2010 "Greek Statistical System [ELSS] Establishment of the Greek Statistical Authority [ELSTAT] As an independent authority" [Gov. 38 / Decision / 9.3.2010]. Therefore, it is prohibited to communicate or use these data in any manner and for any other purpose, unless permitted by these instructions.
Furthermore, in accordance with Article 8, paragraph 2 of Law 3832/2010, "by decision of ELSTAT, imposed a fine of ten thousand [10,000] euros up to two hundred thousand [200,000] euros to anyone who violates the confidentiality of the data and/or statistical confidentiality ".
The sole purpose of the general census is to collect recent statistical information to be reported about the characteristics of the buildings and the demographic, social and economic characteristics of the population, the composition of household and housing conditions, the number and characteristics of housing and various amenities they have.
According to Article 6, par 3 of Law 3832/2010, the information collected may be disseminated, if the statistical unit cannot be identified either directly or indirectly, taking into account all relevant instruments that can be used by any third party.
The undersigned are required to provide accurate information as requested by ELSTAT, according to article 2, par. 3 of Law 3832/2010.

[p. 5, 2nd part]

Memorandum of The Enumerator's Work

1. Participation in the seminars for their education and briefing on their duties and the way the census is to be executed.
2. Receiving and keeping the census documents from their Head of the sector.
3. Studying the instructions and all documents related to the census, and discussing with their Head of the sector any questions they might have.
4. Locating the Enumeration Section with the help of the Head of the sector.
5. Preparation of forms P-1 and P-2 by inserting the geographical characteristics on their first page.
6. Presenting themselves to the Head of the sector of their areas or informing them for the commencement of their work on the 10th of May 2011.
7. Execution of the population and housing census from the 10th to the 24th of May 2011, based on the List-Frame of Buildings (Form O-1), completion and handing over the Census participation certificate Form BA) to all enumerated.
8. Execution of logical and completion checks of all questions of the completed population and housing census forms, Forms P-1 and P-2.
9. Inserting the housing and household census forms in the respective aggregate list (Form K-1).
10. Handing over the completed census forms, documents, charts as well as the non-completed forms to the Head of the sector.

[p. 6]

Instructions for the Population and Housing Census
for the execution of the General Population and Housing Census of the 9th of May 2011 that is going to take place from the 10th to the 24th of May 2011

To:
• The coordination of working groups of the General Census of Population and Buildings-Residential
• The senior supervisors, supervisors and assistant supervisors of the census, the census section leaders [Regular and Reserve] and census [regular, special and reserve]
Communications should be done with:
• The Greek statistical authority
[a] Office Chair
[b] Chief General
[c] Work Group
[d] Addresses
[e] Statistics Services prefectures

I. Introduction [Omitted, the legal basis for the execution of the census]

The census is conducted during certain periods, provided for in Article 10 of law 3832/2010. "Greek Statistical System [ELSS] and Establishment of the Greek Statistical Authority [ELSTAT]" specifically, inventories population conducted pursuant to parliament's rules 763/2008 and council. The UN member states have agreed census to be carried out every ten years, and even in years ending in 0 or 1 [e.g. 1990 or 1991, 2000 or 2001), so there is comparability of such data between member states. The last Population Census -Residential was held on March 18, 2001. The conduct of the Census-Housing and Building Census was decided by Presidential Decree 168/2008 [Gov. 223/ t. A/04.11.08] and the joint decision of the Ministers of Interior, Decentralization and E-Governance, Economic, Foreign Affairs, Defense and Civil Protection, with no.1524 / G5-473 / 02.14.11.

[II. Omitted, the purposes for conducting the Population and Housing Census]

The aim of the census is:
[1] Inventory of homes
• The count of the number of houses [normal or abnormal residences].
• The collection of data regarding the main characteristics of the houses and their amenities.
• The count of the number of households and the verification of residential occupation by them.
[2] Population census
• The count of the country's resident population, i.e. the inhabitants residing in each level of administrative division of the country.
• The count of the actual population, i.e. the number of people who were present during the day reference census at each level of administrative division of the country.
• The count of the country's legal population, i.e. the number of citizens of each municipality, under which the distribution of parliamentary seats Neta in individual constituencies in the parliamentary elections is done.
• The collection of data on the composition of households and nuclear families, on the number of their members.
• The collection of data on demographic, social, educational and economic characteristics of the population.

III. The Enumerator's Task

[1st para omitted, on the importance of the enumerator's task]
Each enumerator will be working in one Census section or two small ones and he/she will execute the housing census (occupied and vacant dwellings) and [enumerate] the individuals living permanently [usually] in these dwellings as well as the persons that spent there the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011.

[p. 7]
Each enumerator, apart from studying the relevant documents, will have to:

- Attend a briefing held by the Supervisor or Assistant Supervisor or/and the Head of the sector on their duties and specially, how to complete the census forms.
- Receive from the Head of the sector the area map-lists of their sector,
- Would be shown by the Head of the sector their census tract.
- Would reconnoiter with great precision their census tract and check before the commencement of the enumeration whether their map-lists given by the Head of the sector reflect reality.
- Check whether the names of all streets are correctly written on the map lists and also whether all buildings are numbered. In case of errors or oversights, with the cooperation of their Head of the sector

all errors and oversights are to be corrected and completed, respectively.

On the 9th of May 2011, the Head of the sector will hand over to the enumerators the relevant List-Frame of buildings (Form O-1), Forms P-1 and P-2 and the Census participation certificate.
When the Enumerator will receive from the Head of the sector the relevant documents he/she will have to:

- Prepare them.
- Complete the geographical characteristics on the top part of Forms P-1 and P-2 etc., i.e., the census tract region, municipality or commune.
- Complete the geographical code and the codes for the sector and census tract that will be given by the Head of the sector.

On the 10th of May 2011, the enumerators, after informing their Head of the sector for the commencement of their work, will start the execution of the Population and Housing Census of their sector. The duration of fieldwork is fifteen (15) days.

- For this purpose, they will visit all regular dwellings (occupied and vacant) and all other buildings intended or for housing or not.
- For each vacant regular dwelling part A of Form P-1 pertaining of the Housing Census information is to be completed.
- For the occupied regular dwellings and all other buildings intended for housing, parts A and B of Form P-1 (set) as well as all questions are to be completed.

The Population and Housing Census have to be completed during the specified fifteen days.
The enumerators will visit the dwellings and any other space intended for housing of their sector according to the List -- Frame (Form O-1) handed over to them by their Head of the sector.
The Population and Housing Census will be carried out according to the order of the list (Form O-1). However, the information inserted on the List O-1 by the Head of the sector has to be checked.

Therefore, the enumerators should inspect with great care every building and every space where there people might be residing independent of whether or not they are included in the List -- Frame. Any omissions by the Head of the sector as well as any changes made after compilation in the List -- Frame (Form O-1) will have to be corrected in cooperation with the Head of the sector according to the instructions presented below in section VII.

The information required for the completion of the questions of Form P-1.1 referring to the Housing Census, will be asked of the owner or renter. If the dwelling is vacant, the required information will be asked of the owner, or their relatives or their best informed neighbour.

The Hellenic Statistical Authority will have informed on time all residents in the country from the media for the census and the prospective visit of the enumerators.
[bottom part of p. 7 omitted, on the purpose of conducting the census and the anonymity of the provided information and instructions how to behave]

[p. 8]

In the case of absent household members during the enumerators visit, the enumerator should leave a note stating the day and the time he/she would revisit the dwelling.

If in the census tract, apart from the regular dwellings of private households, there are collective dwellings, such as clinics, hotels, boarding houses etc., sized no more than 30 patients, clients or residents, these will be enumerated from Expert Enumerators using the Form P-2. Collective dwellings of more than 30 individuals will be enumerated from Expert Enumerators using the Form P-2.

With the completion of the census, each Form P-1 (occupied or vacant dwelling) or each Form P-2 of collective dwellings completed by the Enumerator will be inserted in the aggregate list (Form K-1).

The enumerators before ending the interview and before leaving the dwelling should carefully check:

- Whether all data on every member of the household and those that spent the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011 has been recorded.
- Whether the correct answers were recorded for all questions
- Whether the enumerators themselves recorded the geographical data as well as the questionnaire identifying data.

The same check has to be done for the completed Form P-2 data from the regular of expert enumerator.

Because the data collected from the forms is confidential (Law 2010), the enumerator while visiting the dwellings should not be accompanied by persons that have nothing to do with the census. Also, he will have to take special care of the forms so that none may read them because he is in danger of law.

IV. Forms to be used by the Enumerator

List-Frame of Buildings (Form O-1)
This list compiled by the Head of the sector will be handed over to the enumerator when locating the census tract. The list will serve as a guide for the enumerator's work. Form O-1 includes all building of the census tract and all occupied spaces with indications on the number and type of housing (occupied and vacant), occupied spaces and collective dwellings. The enumeration will be based on this list.

Population and Housing Census Form (P-1)
The form is organized in three sections as follows:

A. Housing data
B. Data and relation of household members
C. Enumeration form of individuals

Census form of collective dwellings (Form P-2.1)
Census form of individuals residing in collective dwellings (Form P-2.1)
This form includes almost the same questions as Form P-1, section C. Forms P-2.1 and P-2.2 will be completed mainly by the expert enumerators for the large collective dwellings (of more than 30 individuals). The same forms will be used by the regular enumerators for the smaller collective dwellings (of less than 30 individuals), such as clinics, hotels, prisons, monasteries etc.

Aggregate list of enumerated Household -- Dwellings, occupied spaces and collective dwellings (Form K-1)
[p. 9]
In the aggregate Form K-1, the enumerator will record every regular dwelling (occupied or vacant), every occupied space and every collective dwelling he enumerated according to the order of their enumeration.

Census participation certificate
During the population census, the enumerator will hand over the census participation certificate to each enumerated individual regardless of their age and citizenship. [Omitted, the certificate as proof of participation]

V. Housing Census

In general, dwelling is a space distinct and independent from construction, built or converted in order to be used for housing from a household or it has been used as regular residence from a household during the census taking even if it were not intended for housing.

During the census taking, spaces that were intended for housing but were used on the whole for other purposes will not be considered as dwellings.

Therefore, a dwelling is:

- An occupied or vacant house, flat, room or several rooms.
- An occupied shed, booth, caravan, floating house, boat, tent, garage or any other roofed space used for residence during the census taking.

The basic element defining a dwelling is to be "distinct and independent". A dwelling is considered distinct if it is surrounded by walls, fences etc. and is covered by a roof, so that the individual or group of persons may be isolated from the other individuals in order to sleep, prepare and have his meals or be protected from the elements. A dwelling is considered independent if it has a direct entrance from the street or from a public or a common staircase, a passage or arcade, i.e. when the inhabitants may come and go without having to go through the dwelling occupied by another household. Form P-1.1 has to be completed for each dwelling.

Included in the housing census are:

-Regular dwellings of any type, e.g. single houses, flats etc. occupied or vacant during the census taking.
-Non-regular dwellings on the condition that they are occupied during the census taking, e.g. shop, shed, booth, cave, caravan, tent, etc.

Regular and non-regular dwellings are to be enumerated even if they are not included in the List -- Frame. In this case, the enumerator has to record them in the List -- Frame.

Not included in the housing census are:

- Uninhabited or not intended for habitation due to their condition old and ruined regular dwellings.
- Uninhabited regular dwellings for which their construction is not complete on the 9th of May 2011.
- Any other uninhabited space intended or not for housing.
- Dwellings constructed for housing but used on the whole for other purposes e.g. flats that are used as offices, workshops etc.
- Collective dwellings, such as hotels, hospitals, prisons etc.

The expert enumerators will record:

- Regular dwellings in military barracks where officers and/or privates are residing with or without their families.
- Dwellings in a collective residence defined as special census tracts, i.e. of size more than 30 individuals (e.g. director's residence in hospital, clinic, prison, orphanage, factory etc.).
Regular dwelling is the permanent and independent structure, comprised by at least one regular room, intended to be used as a residence of a household for at least one year.
In this respect, permanent structure is considered the structure in a "stable building", i.e. a building constructed to be stable structured for at least ten (10) years.
Included as regular dwellings are the dwellings in collective residences, e.g. hotels, institutes [comment: foundations] etc.

[p. 10]

Regular room is the space in the dwelling surrounded by walls that is 2m high and of area 4 at least and of a shape allowing for a regular bed. In this respect, regular bedrooms, dining rooms, drawing-rooms, habitable basements, attics, servants' rooms, kitchens and other separate spaces used or intended for housing are considered as rooms.

As room are not considered a small kitchen (less than 4 ), corridors, terraces, halls. Also, spaces intended for sculleries, baths, storing and toilet are not considered as rooms even if they are of area more than 4 .

Inhabited dwellings are those used from a household as permanent residence during the census taking.

Vacant regular dwellings are the regular dwellings intended and suitable for habitation but are uninhabited during the census taking.

Vacation dwelling is the regular dwelling located far from the main residence of the household (in a mountain, near the sea etc.) used for vacations during the summer or at all seasons in intervals.

Secondary dwelling is considered the dwelling used by the household at the same time with the main residence that is not a holiday dwelling. The main cases of secondary dwellings are:

a) Dwelling close to the household's work place used by a member or members of the household constantly all year round or at intervals or seasons at the same time with the main residence (e.g. businessman's dwelling close to his business, stock-farmer's dwelling located far from the place of his main residence, dwelling of summer nomad stock-farmers, etc.).
b) Dwelling used for residence by a household or a household member for a certain period of time instead of their main residence, e.g. a dwelling in Athens of a household that resides permanently in the country.
Non-regular dwellings are considered the structures made of cheap and handy materials without a predetermined design intended or not for housing that were inhabited during the census taking. Included in this category are:

a) Other type of spaces intended for housing, i.e. spaces constructed with cheap and handy materials such as a wooden shed, booth, stall, without a predetermined design intended for the household's dwelling.
b) Mobile homes, i.e. type of houses constructed so as to be movable such as e.g. tent, or a mobile unit (e.g. ship, yacht, boat, barge, caravan) intended for housing that were inhabited permanently during the census taking.
c) Other type of spaces not intended for housing, i.e. spaces that do not constitute a regular dwelling nor have been constructed or transformed for residence but however they are inhabited during the census taking by one or more households. These spaces are stables, barns, garage, warehouses, offices, shops, underground spaces and natural caves.
Collective dwellings are constructions intended for housing or servicing many individuals or groups of people used for the usual residence of at least one individual during the census taking. Representative types of these dwellings are institutions, camps, hotels etc.

a) Institution [comment: foundation] is a distinct and independent housing construction including the whole or part of a permanent building or group of buildings that was built, reconstructed or transformed in order to house large groups of people under the control of a common authority or status quo or are connected with a common purpose or personal interest and it is used for the usual residence of at least one individual during the census taking. These collective dwellings usually provide certain common amenities such as kitchen, toilets, baths, common rooms and dormitories. This category includes for example housing for nurses, student halls, hospitals, sanatoriums, convalescent homes, welfare foundations, monasteries, boarding houses, barracks, prisons and correction houses.

b) Camp is a distinct and independent housing (hospitality) construction including the whole or a part of a semi-permanent or temporary construction that was built, reconstructed or transformed in order to house temporarily groups of people with common activities or interests and it is used for the usual residence of at least one individual during the census taking. These types of dwellings usually provide some common facilities regarding for instance cooking, toilet, bath, eating and sleeping. These categories include military barracks, refugee camps, camps for labourers working in agriculture, quarries, mines, in construction or other businesses.

c) Hotel is an independent building, part of a building or a series of buildings, intended to providing housing for pay used for the usual residence of at least one individual during the census taking. This category includes motels, inns, hostels and B and B.
[p. 11]

Household is considered the set of individuals residing permanently in the same dwelling, related or not. Therefore, boarders and servants residing permanently in the dwelling are included in the household. Servants residing in another dwelling as well as temporary guests are not included in the household. Each inhabited dwelling corresponds to one household.

VI. Using the List -- Frame (Form O-1)
[omitted, a general statement for the purpose and use of the frame during the fieldwork period from the 10th to the 24th May 2011]

The census, for conducting housing census, will be provided by the Head of Sector with topographic diagram or sketch of the department and the corresponding list - frame buildings, in which the Head of Sector will register all buildings and houses of the census department.
The purpose of the catalogue - framework are:
[] direct the enumerators to buildings, within which there are dwellings, or buildings or other places intended or not to home, within which people live and sleep, to rule that any release during censuses - dwellings will be in the period from 10-24 May 2011
[] Facilitate the Head of Sector in the control of the inventory work to ensure that nothing escaped the census: houses or people.

VII. Correction and Completion of the List -- Frame (Form O-1

The entry from the list in the Head of Sector - Framework for buildings, homes and other premises are not binding for the census, which is required to investigate the entire area of his department to ensure that signed all dwellings and households. Where one finds omissions or new constructions of buildings, homes and other places, will arrange for rectification or completion of the Catalogue - Framework and inform the Head of Sector.
Below we report the key cases of corrections or omissions, as well as how to act as the enumerator.
1st case: They have not entered into a normal residential building or other residential areas e.g. 2nd building, the section head scored two [2] populated dwellings, instead of three [3] available. The census will correct in column 7 the number 2, 3, and column 12 of the observations and will write 'residence was not registered "or" new house. "
2nd case: Not registered whole building.
Then the inventory:
• will register at the end of the List - Frame elements of this building indicating in column 2, the serial number of the last building block plus one, e.g. if the head of sector had recorded six buildings in particular O.T. then the forgotten building will get number 7.
• removes columns 7-11 normal residential or other populated areas that may be there to contain a building
• will write in the column 12 of the remarks “building was not registered”
• will inform the head of sector, who will complete for this building Buildings Census form [Form A-2], if the building was built after the 15th of January, 2011
If the above building was built after 15 January 2011, the serial number of the building in column 2 will be the last building plus one, so this building will not be completed in the building sheet, while the remarks column will read 'new building'.
3rd case: If a building with one or more dwellings was registered by the head of sector list-framework, and is not there during the census residences, because it has been demolished, then the census will only delete the number of residences in column 7 or 8 and indicate in column 12 "the demolished building."

All census forms will be completed using special biro in capital letters (caution, each letter or number in each box). Also, in all forms the writing should be clear.
The use of tippex is forbidden.

[p. 12]

VIII. Completion of the Population-Housing Census Form

Each questionnaire consists of a sheet [W-1.1] for the inventory data of residence and four cards for census of individuals. If a household needs more than four cards for individuals they will use
P-1.2 additional sheets. For each occupied dwelling [normal or abnormal] a set of P-1 will be completed, while for each vacant house a single-ply form P-1.1will be completed.
The census will register:
• At the top of the first page of the form P-1.1, the geographical features of the house, namely Regional Section, Municipality of [formerly Municiapality], Municipal / Local Community and settlement, street and number, Zip. Source and if there is no route, the location and number or the name of the owner and the number of building will be recorded.

• In the boxes:
[] Geographic code associated with the settlement,
[] Inventory of the sector numbers and the department,
[] The number of the block,
[] The serial number of the building block to be found in the directory C-1 and note the X parallelogram depending on the location of the house in the settlement
[] Serial house number, which will be continued in the inventory section and gives the census according to the order they are written buildings list - Context-1.
The sets of resident members and the inventory at home will be written after the census household. For houses located outside the village, where there are no blocks, mark four zeros [0000] to position provided for the block. Then complete Part A. "CENSUS DATA HOUSE" which refers to the main characteristics of the housing [12 questions] and amenities of the household [5 questions].
Boxes marked with an asterisk will not be filled

A. Housing Data

Question 1 "Type of dwelling"
[Omitted, question 1 as in the form]
In this question only one answer is acceptable recorded with an X.
The definitions of the type of dwelling are presented in section "V. Housing Census ".

Case 1 (regular dwelling) will be recorded in most cases of the housing census regardless of whether they are houses, flats etc.
Case 2 includes mobile homes (tent, yacht, caravan etc.) inhabited during the census taking.
Case 3 will be recorded for other type of spaces intended for housing (shed, handy construction etc.) inhabited during the census taking.
Case 4 will be recorded for other type of spaces not intended for housing (office, garage, stable etc.) inhabited during the census taking.
In the case of non-regular dwellings (cases 2, 3 and 4 of question 1), questions 2 (status of dwelling), 3 (type of building) and 4 (period of construction) of Part A of the form will not be asked.

Characteristics of regular dwelling
[Omitted, questions 2, 3 and 4 as in the form]

[p. 13]

Question 2 "Status of dwelling"

Case 1 (dwelling inhabited by permanent residents) will be recorded with X when the dwelling is permanently inhabited by a household.

For vacant dwellings, X will be recorded in one of the cases 2-7 of question 2 (status of dwelling). A dwelling is considered vacant if it was uninhabited during the census taking because:

[] Is intended for renting (case 2),
[] Is intended for sale (case 3),
[] Is used as a secondary residence from time to time and it was uninhabited during the census taking (case 4),
[] Is used as vacation residence and it was uninhabited during the census taking (case 5),
[] Is intended for demolition (case 6),
[] Is vacant for any other reason (case 7), e.g. the owner migrated or relocated or it is new in the final stages of construction or under repair or the owner passed away and his heirs do not reside in it etc. If the answer is case 7 then the reason for vacancy should be recorded in full.
In the case of vacant (for rent , sale etc.) regular dwellings, wherever possible, the enumerator should try to collect information from the neighbours for completing questions 3-12. In cases 8, 9 and 10, an answer will be recorded with X where appropriate (vacation, secondary or other case) for non-permanently inhabited dwellings that the numerator found people in them during the census taking.

Question 3 "Type of building"
In this question the type of building where the dwelling is located has to be specified.

Case 1 is to be recorded with X if the enumerated dwelling is in a building constructed for housing and houses a single dwelling (single family house).
Case 2 is to be recorded with X if the enumerated dwelling is in a building constructed for housing and houses two dwellings.
Case 3 is to be recorded with X if the enumerated dwelling is in a building constructed for housing and houses three or more dwellings, i.e. a flat.
Case 4 is to be recorded with X when the enumerated dwelling is situated in a building that is not mainly used for housing, e.g. a building of offices, shops where the enumerated dwelling is located.

Then, the enumerator will record the floor where the dwelling is located starting with zeros where appropriate. If the dwelling is in the ground floor then 00 is to be recorded. If the dwelling is in the basement then 99 is to be recorded. For maisonettes, the higher fool is to be recorded.

Question 4 "Period of construction"
The period of construction is to be recoded with an X.

Amenities of regular dwelling or other inhabited space
Question 5 "Total area of dwelling in "
The total area of the dwelling is to be recorded starting with zeros appropriately, e.g. 0085.

Question 6 "Number of regular rooms except the kitchen"
[Omitted, question 6 as in the form]
In question 6, the number of regular rooms is to be recorded with the exception of the kitchen. In this case, there has to be an answer because there is no regular dwelling without at least one (1) regular room.

If the dwelling has only one regular room used for all household needs, i.e. sleeping, eating etc., this will be recorded as well as the answer 4 is in question 7.

If kitchens are regular rooms they are not to be considered in the total number of the other regular rooms of the dwelling in question 6.

The number of rooms used exclusively for professional purposes is to be also recorded. These rooms, should not be used at the same time or periodically for [p. 14] the household needs (e.g. sleeping, eating, occupied daily from the household etc.) but only for professional purposes.
The dwelling's regular rooms are considered to be used exclusively for professional purposes when they are used as a workshop for the production, repair or assembling of various products or used for storing various products or materials intended for exercising a profession or used as a shop for selling, providing services (office of medical practitioner, hairdresser's etc.) or they are used as professional offices (lawyers, engineers etc.).

If none of the regular rooms is used for professional purposes the answer in this question is 00.

Question 7 "Kitchen"
[Omitted, question 7 as in the form]
In this question, there is only one answer recorded with an X.

Kitchen is a room (or a part of a room) designed and equipped with the necessaries for the preparation of the main meals and serves this purpose regardless of whether or not it is used for other purposes as well, such as e.g. dining, sleeping etc.

The space is considered as equipped if there is a permanent installation for the preparation of meals.

If in the dwelling there is a kitchen with the requirements of a regular room (i.e. area of 4 , 2m high and there is room for a bed) case 1 of question 7 is to be recorded and case 2 in the case that it does not meet the requirements of a regular room.

Furthermore, in cases 1 and 2 (if the kitchen is of area larger or smaller from 4 ) an answer is required for dwellings with kitchens in the drawing room whether they are separated with a pass or not.

In case 3 of question 7, an answer is required when the dwelling does not provide cooking facilities. In the case where cooking facilities are provided in the only regular room of the dwelling or in another space inside the dwelling that does not meet the requirements of a regular room (e.g. hall) or outside the dwelling, case 4 of question 7 is to be recorded.

[pp. 14-17]

Questions 8 Water Supply

[Omitted question 8 as in the form]
This question refers to the water used by the household, whether drinking or not. Only one answer should be given.
[] When there is a fountain [plumbing] in the house, connected with mains water, answer with X.
[] In case 2 when there is a fountain in the house and is connected to a private network, answer with X.
[] In cases 3 and 4 you will answer with an X if the tap is outside the house but within shared plot of the building, in the yard or on land and depending on whether it is connected to the public [3] or private [4] network.
[] In case 5 you will answer with an X if the faucet is on the road, the pavement, the square and, in general, outside the plot. Including the water supply from wells or natural fountain, river, stream or lake [without network] or cistern tank.
It is considered that there is mains water, when the water reaches the house with pipes, supervised and controlled by a carrier, e.g. EYDAP, OUTH, municipality etc. The network may be public, cooperative or private enterprise.

Question 9 Bath or Shower

[Omitted question as in the form]
[] When there is a permanent installation of bath or shower device and hydraulic system for the supply of water and the sanitation of water outside the house, answer with X.
[] In case 2, when the bath shower facility or device is outside the home, answer with X.
[] In case 3, when the house has no bath or shower, answer with X.

Question 10 Toilet or WC

[Omitted question as in the form]
The toilet space is properly situated and it drains directly into the drain or into fossa [pit].
Cases 1 and 2 are listed for toilets which have plumbing [cistern], while cases 3 and 4 are for toilets without plumbing.
For plumbing in the toilet, household must provide water for piping and to pipe drainage water outside the house.
[] If the toilet [with plumbing] is in the house, answer with X.
[] In case 2, if the toilet [with plumbing] is outside the house, answer with X. The toilet is considered to be out of the house if it is in any space within the plot.
[] In case 3 if the toilet [no plumbing] is in the house, answer with X.
[] In case 4 if the toilet [no plumbing] is outside the house, answer with X.
[] In case 5 if there is no toilet with or without plumbing inside or outside the residence, answer with X.

Question 11 Heating

[Omitted question as in the form]
Only one response is accepted to this question in order to classify the type of heating feature, irrespective of the type of household.
Cases 1 or 2 will be answered, if the heating is provided by a permanent establishment located in a special area of building or in a municipal center, regardless of the energy source [heater, central air conditioning, heat].
[] In case one, answer with X if the house has central heating.
"Heating" refers to the existence of autonomous system [especially in apartment buildings], each apartment can be heated as needed and be charged according to the charge brought in the central heating running costs. The houses that have central heating will respond to case 1 "Central autonomous”.
[] In case two, answer with X if the house does not have central heating.
[] In case 3 answer with X if there is no central heating but there is another type of heating, eg fireplace, stove with firewood etc.
[] In case 4, answer with X if there is no heating in the house.

Question 12 Home Insulation

[Omitted question as in the form]
This question seeks to collect information about the type of home insulation. The question is open to several responses, for e.g. a house can have double glazing and insulated exterior walls so respond in case 1 and case 2. If the house has a terrace or roof insulation, respond in case 3. For homes that have no insulation, answer in paragraph 4.

Question 13 Household Amenities

[Omitted question as in the form]
This question refers to the energy used by households for cooking, heating and for hot water. One answer for each use will be as follows: X will be put in the box corresponding to the main source of energy for cooking, X will be put in the box corresponding to the main energy source for heating and X will be put in the box corresponding to the main source of energy for hot water.
Because, in general, many people are not familiar with the term "Biomass", we present in detail what is included, that enables respondents to be accurate in their response.
In general, the biomass means any material derived from living organisms and can be used as a fuel for energy production. For example:
[] Vegetable materials such as native plants and forests [firewood], or energy crops [oilseed rape, sorghum, sunflower, cane, eucalyptus, etc.]
[] By-products and residues of plant, animal, forestry and fisheries production [straw, sawdust -pellets-, executives corn and cotton, vines, kladodemata, algae, useless fruit or seeds -elias, peach etc. livestock waste, animals; fat, useless etc. ]
[]Waste food industries [food scraps].
Note that the key biomass is used for heating in most regions of the country [excluding counties Attica and Thessaloniki where the installation of such boilers is forbidden].
In "cooking" and "hot water “answer "Biomass", the heating times [when the mate- edible energy source is organic matter] and where the main woodstove use, fireplace etc. If the household uses, for cooking or for heating or hot water, another source of energy other than those listed, will reply to paragraph 6.

Question 14

[Omitted question as in the form]
[a] Number of vehicles available to the household. It is indicated in boxes the number of cars that are available for use by the members of the household.
Including cars provided by the employer and available for use by the household.
Not including trucks used exclusively for transporting goods.
[b] Number of parking spaces available to the household. It is indicated in the boxes the number of parking spaces which are available to the household, regardless of whether the household has a car or not.
Including parking places used by the household and outside of the building of the house , whether they are owned or rented.
Note: Parking means the space which is configured for this purpose.


Question 15 "Internet Access"

In case 1 "YES" will be answered when the residence is a computer with internet access. In every other case answer "NO".

Question 16

[Omitted question as in form]
In case 1 "Yes" will be answered for households that promote their waste to recycling [materials packaging paper, glass, plastic, electrical appliances, etc.] and at the same time will be indicated in the special boxes the rate [on total volume produced] waste recycled. B.C. household that produces a total of 10 bags [same size] per week and recycles these 3 will answer 30% and in boxes will indicate [0][3][0].

Question 17

[Omitted question as in the form]
That question will be answered with X only for inhabited dwellings [normal or not].
[] In case 1, answer if one or more household members own the house as owners.
[] In case 2, answer when a household member living in this house holds dividends from housing cooperatives that entitle them to stay for a few years.
[] In case 3, answer, if one or more household members own the house as tenants.
[] In case 4, answer for dwellings which were granted without fee or occupied or in any other than the three previous cases.

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B. Data and Relations of the Household Members
Household definition: Household is all the individuals residing permanently in a dwelling (regular or non-regular) regardless of whether they are related or not.
This section is to be recorded after the enumeration of individuals in the persons' forms (Forms P-1.2).

[Omitted, as in the form]

In this section only the members of the household are to be recorded regardless of whether they were enumerated as present or temporarily absent. Temporary guests are not to be recorded in this section.

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[Omitted, instruction as in the form on the order of recording the individuals]

In column 2 (surname and name) of the table the surname and name of the household are to be recorded in the specified order.
Then, their code in the persons' Forms P-1.2 will be used in order to determine their relation to the members of the household.

In column 3, in order to determine the spouse, his/her respective code of column 1 is to be inserted.

In column 4, in order to determine the partner, his/her respective code of column 1 is to be inserted.

In columns 5 and 6, the respective code of column 1 is to be inserted for the father and mother, respectively. We clarify that, apart from the natural parents, individuals that have adopted children are also to be considered as parents.

[Omitted, instruction for recording column 7 as in the form]
[Last part of p. 18 to top part of p. 19 omitted, two detailed examples for the completion of the table]

[p. 19, instructions for recording in the case that there are more than eight (8) individuals residing permanently in the dwelling]

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IX. Population Census

Which individuals are included in the Population Census
As a general rule, all individuals (present or temporarily absent) regardless of age, gender and citizenship residing usually (having their permanent residence) within the boundaries of the census tracts are to be included in the census as well as the individuals that spent the night of the 9th to the 10th of May [2011] within these boundaries.

More specifically, they are to be included:

a) Individuals that have lived in their usual residence constantly for a period of at least 12 months before the census taking.
b) Individuals that have arrived in their usual residence during the last 12 months before the census taking and intend to stay for at least a year. In cases (a) and (b), individuals are to be included if they were absent for a period of less than a year from their usual residence.
c) Infants born during the period of 12 months until 12 o'clock in the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011. Infants born after 12 o'clock in the night of the 9th to the 10th of May [2011] they are not to be included in the census.
d) Individuals that have lived for a constant period of at least 12 months before the census taking and passed away after 12 o'clock in the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011.
e) Individuals that to not reside permanently in Greece but spent the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011 within the boundaries of Greece.
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Place of usual residence is where the enumerated individual spends most of his daily rest regardless of circumstantial absences for vacations etc. The implementation of this rule will not be a problem for most individuals. However, in special cases there might be problems.
In these cases, the following instructions to deal with the problems are presented:

a) For individuals working far from home during the week and come back in the family home on weekends, their family home is to be considered as the place of usual residence regardless of whether their place of work is elsewhere in the country or abroad.
b) For primary or secondary education pupils that stay far from home during school terms, their family home is to be considered as their place of usual residence regardless of whether their place of studies is elsewhere.
c) For higher education students staying far from home during their studies at college or university, their place of studies is to be considered as their place of usual residence regardless of whether this place is an institution (such as a hall) or a private home.
d) An institute [foundation] is considered as the place of usual residence of all boarders during the census taking if they have spent or intend to spend 12 months or more there. Such examples are patients of hospital or ecclesiastical hostels, borders of homes for the aged or convalescent homes, prisoners and boarders of correction centres for the under-age.
e) When an individual lives regularly in more than one dwelling during the year, the place where he spends most of the year is to be considered as his place of usual residence.
f) Conscripts as well as members of the national forces living in military barracks are considered to be usually residing in them, except the officers living outside the barracks.
g) For children living alternately in two households (after their parents divorced), the place where they spend most of the time is to be considered as their place of usual residence. In the cases where this time is spend equally with both parents, as their usual place of residence is to be considered the dwelling they were found during the night of the census taking.
h) For homeless, rovers and nomads, the place of enumeration is to be considered as the place of their usual residence.

Enumeration Form of Individuals
In Form P-1.2, all individuals residing in the dwelling, i.e. the present and temporarily absent members of the household as well as temporary house guests are to be recorded.

First the members of the household are to be recorded followed by temporary house guests.

A sheet (Form P-1.2) will be used for each individual. If there are more than four persons in a household, single-sheet Forms P-1.2 are to be used for the recording of the fifth, sixth seventh etc. person where the S/N of the individual and the Housing-Household Census Form has also to be recorded.

Question 1 [omitted, as in the form, record with capital letters and for foreigners use characters in Latin and for not christened children record "not christened"]

Question 2 "Sex"
The question is evident. Record X appropriately. Special care should be taken for the right answer in the cases of not christened children and individuals with foreign names.

Question 3 "Date of birth"
For all individuals, fill in the appropriate space the number of day, month and year they were born.

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Question 4 "Relation to the household"
Member of the household is considered every individual residing permanently in the dwelling.

Present is considered and is to be enumerated every individual that were not absent from his dwelling during the census taking. Even if an individual is absent at the hour/day of the enumerator's visit to the household because he went to work, church, cafe, visiting relations or anywhere else, he is to be recorded as present.

Temporarily Absent Member [of the household] is considered and is to be enumerated the individual who is a member of the household but were absent from the household, e.g. for tourism, hospitalization, business, detention etc. In exception, sailors and fishermen are always considered as temporarily absent members of the household regardless of the time of their absence. Also, as temporarily absent members of the household are considered the individuals that work far from home but return during weekends as well as pupils of primary and secondary education that are away from home during school term.

They are not considered as temporarily absent those who are imprisoned, hospitalized for a long period of time (in institutions for the disabled, sanatoriums, psychiatric clinics etc.), students of higher education studying abroad or in another Greek city since they reside there.

[Omitted, instructions for A1 and A2 of question 4 as in the form]

Temporary House Guest is considered the individual member of another household only if the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011 spent the night in the dwelling of the enumerated household. Information on the house guest who does not reside still in the household during the enumerator's visit is to be collected from another member of the household that provided hospitality the before mentioned night. As temporary house guests in their vacation home are to be enumerated the individuals that spent the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011 there, while their main residence is elsewhere.
These individuals are to answer the cases A1 and A2 of question 4. They are to answer Part B of question 4 "Temporary house guest".

The question "Have you been enumerated or are you going to be enumerated at your usual residence" is to be answered "Yes" for the individuals:

- that were enumerated at their permanent residence or were not enumerated at their permanent residence but they are to return there during the 15 days of the census taking and so they are to be enumerated there.
- that are living in households with more than one member and during the 15 days of the census taking there was a member of their household at their permanent residence to enumerate them.
In any other case the answer is negative.

Caution: In the case of a positive answer, the rest of the questions are not to be recorded. If the answer is negative, then the place of usual residence has to be recorded (i.e. the address of their permanent residence) and also all other questions of the form.

Bellow, examples for the completion of Part B "Temporary house guest" of question 4 are presented:

1) Individual living with other individuals, that spent the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011 at the dwelling of another household, is to be enumerated at the dwelling where he spent the night and in question "Have you been enumerated or are you going to be enumerated at your usual residence" the answer would be as follows:
a) "Yes" in the case where the "temporary house guest" were not absent from his permanent residence during all the 15 days of the census taking and therefore he is to be enumerated there, as well as in the case that was absent during all the 15 days of the census taking but there is during this period another household member at his permanent residence to enumerate him.
b) "No" in the case where the "temporary house guest" were absent from his permanent residence during all the 15 days of the census taking and there was not at his dwelling during this period another household member. In this case, his place of residence is to be recorded as well as all other questions of Form P-1.2.
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2) Individual living alone, that spent the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011 at the dwelling of another household, is to be enumerated as temporary house guest at the dwelling where he spent the night and in question "Have you been enumerated or are you going to be enumerated at your usual residence" the answer would be as follows:

a) "Yes" in the case where the "temporary house guest" were not absent from his permanent residence during all the 15 days of the census taking and therefore he is to be enumerated there.
b) "No" in the case where the "temporary house guest" were absent from his permanent residence during all the 15 days of the census taking. In this case, his place of residence is to be recorded as well as all other questions of Form P-1.2.

In exception, as temporary house guest found in the dwelling by the enumerator are to be considered the individuals who stated that:

- They are not members of the enumerated household.
- Did not spend the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011 at this dwelling.
- Were not enumerated already at their permanent residence and there were not another member there to enumerate them.
- They are not to return to their permanent residence before the end of the census, i.e. before the 24th of May 2011.
Caution, all the before mentioned prerequisites have to be fulfilled.
For these individuals, the enumerator would complete a special form, recording the data of the individuals enumerated in exception as temporary house guests according to the before mentioned criteria as well as the place of residence where they spent the night of the 9th to the 10th of May 2011.

Question 5 "Legal marital status"
The legal marital status is to be recorded. The respondent's answer is to be recorded with X. Persons cohabiting but not registered they are to state their legal marital status. Cohabitation is a private agreement signed with a notary, in which two heterosexual adults organize their coexistence.


Question 6 "Place of permanent residence of your mother when you were born"

Put X in box 1 or 2 depending of the place of residence of the mother of the individual when he/she was born.
For those who declare “in another village or foreign country” put X in box 2 and write in the following terms the Settlement, the Municipal / Local Community, the Municipal Unit and the Regional consolidation Community or foreign country where the individual resided permanently with his/her mother at the time of birth.

Question 7 "Country of citizenship"

Citizenship means the particular legal bond of a person to a state.
Greek citizens and other people who may have the Greek citizenship are, men and women who once emigrated, and who returned to Greece as well as immigrants from other countries who are legally settled in Greece and have Greek nationality. These people declare both their citizenships.
In this question only one answer will be given.
If the person is a national only of Greece, put X in box 1.
If the person is Greek, and has the citizenship of another country, put X in box 2 and write the name of the country in the space.
If the person has only the nationality of a foreign country, put X in box 3 and write the name of the country. If someone has more than one nationality of foreign countries, write only the name of one country which the individual considers important or which was acquired first.
If the person is "stateless", put X in box 4.
In case 5, register people whose nationality has not yet been clarified, this includes people whose countries have been liquidated, separated or unified.
Unspecified citizenship may be of foreigners who have come from countries that are divided or dissolved.
The asterisk code at the end of the query is to be completed by the Office.

Question 8 "Municipality or Commune registration"

This question will only be responded to by those who have the Greek citizenship and those who have the Greek and another citizenship.
As a general principle, every Greek citizen is written in the population register of the Municipal Unity [formerCapodistriaMunicipality or Community, according to the Municipal and Community Code 2006].
The question should be clarified because the identity cards are not always informed.
For those who state that they are registered in the population register, “Her municipal unity”, where registered, put X in box 1. For those who state that they are registered in the population register "the Other Democratic Unity”, put X box 2 and write in boxes the Regional Union and Municipal Unit in registries which are registered. The geographic code will be completed by the Office.

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Question 9 "Have you ever resided elsewhere in Greece"

The purpose of asking this question is to count the number of people relocated within the boundaries of Greece. The individual will be asked if, before settling in the village where he/she is resident in the Census, resided in another settlement of the country.
If the answer is "Yes", it should be completed in the corresponding boxes the date of setup in this settlement.
Subsequently, should be answered in the place immediately preceding habitual residence and supplemented the settlement, municipal / local community, municipal unit and the regional unit.
If the answer to question 9 is "No," the census will proceed to the next question 10 of the sheet.

Question 10 "Have you ever resided abroad"

The purpose of asking this question is to count the number of people relocated from abroad to Greece. It refers both to foreign migrants that have settled in Greece as well as to Greek migrants that returned home.
The question will be answered with an X in the appropriate box.
If the answer is 'Yes', then you should:
[] Indicate in the corresponding boxes the date that person permanently settled in Greece,
[] indicate in the space the place of the previous residence,
[] to give an answer with an X in the box corresponding to the main reason why the individual settled in Greece. If answer is 7 "other reason" it should be noted in the relevant space ratio.
In the case of persons with successive changes to habitual residence between Greece and abroad, the settlement date in Greece will note the date of the last settlement.
If the answer is "No" then the census will proceed to the next question 11 of the sheet.

Question 11 "Level of education"

The question is to be answered by those born up to the 31st of December 2004. Only one answer will be given, that corresponds to the highest degree acquired by the individual. The gradation level of education of inventory concerns all levels of education that is equivalent to the Greek.
Post-secondary education are considered schools that do not belong to higher education and entry into the requiring high school diploma [e.g. IEK Free Study Centers, Colleges, etc.].

Question 12 "Academic qualifications for those answering 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 in question 11"
For those answering Ph.D. or M.Sc. (cases 1 and 2), the educational institution, school, department and the country where the institution is located where they obtained their first degree (before their Master's of Ph.D.) have to be recorded.

The same information has to be recorded for those having a university, polytechnic [National Technical University and polytechnic schools at universities], ATEI [Higher Technical Education Institutes], ASPETE [School of Pedagogical and Technical Education], Higher education schools degree.

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Individuals' economic characteristics

Questions 13 to 19 seek to ascertain the situation of individual’s terms of employment and, specifically, if working, what business he/she does, where he/she is working, how many hours, what is the position of the work, what is the place of employment, whether he/she is seeking work, whether seeking work for the first time, or, if not working nor seeking work, if he/she deals with household, if he/she is a student, militant, retired, etc. earner.

Question 13 "Main occupation during the week of 3-9 of May 2011"

Caution: this question has to be answered by all individuals. Persons aged 5- would answer "Other case".
With this question we want to know the main occupation of the individual during the week of 3-9 May, particularly if he/she was working, if he/she requested for work, if he/she sought work for the first time or if he/she was not economically active, i.e. if he/she was a pupil or student, if engaged in household, whether they were retired, earner, etc. militant.

Working: In general, an individual aged 10+ is considered as working when with his work provides on the whole or part for his livelihood or/and his household, i.e. he is working for profit or pay in money or in kind (salary, a day's wages, contract work etc.) or assist in the family business even without pay but the expenses for his livelihood as a family member.
Individuals that work during the week 3-9 of May for at least for an hour they are to be considered as working.

Also, as working are to be considered the individuals having a place of work (dependent or self-employed) that did not work at all during the week 3-9 of May due to sickness, leave, strike, weather conditions, seasonal work (e.g. farmers) or any other temporal reason. These individuals as well as pupils, students, pensioners that work for at least an hour during the reference week are to be recorded as case 1.

The individuals answering working during the week 3-9 of May (case 1 of question 13) they would have to answer in the same question whether they are working in the 'Public sector", "Broader public sector" or "Private sector".

Public sector includes:

- The office of the Greek Presidency
- Ministries
- Decentralized departments
- Independent authorities
Broader public sector includes:

- Local councils (Regional departments, municipalities and their institutions, i.e. KAPI [centres for the aged], KEP [centres for providing services to the general public], nurseries etc.
- Social security organizations (their institutions, hospitals)
- Institutes of Public sector
- Institutes of Private sector of public character intended for purposes of welfare
- Public businesses and organizations.
Private sector includes all businesses not belonging to the Public or Broader public sector.

Job seeker: will be recorded for the individual who during the week 3-9 May was seeking work because he was dismissed or finished his work or the business was closed etc. and was ready to take an offered job.

For an individual to be considered as job seeker during the before mentioned week, he should:

- Be aged 10+, had not worked at all, did not have a job from which he was temporarily absent during this week.
- Was seeking work during the week 3-9 May and was actively seeking work during the last 4 weeks, e.g. registered in a public or private employment office, participated in competitions for employment in a public service awaiting the results, inserted add in newspapers and periodicals, replied to newspapers' and periodicals' adds, contacted in person an employer etc.
- Is able to undertake work immediately (within 2 weeks) if offered.

Case 3 of the question "seeking work for the first time" is to be answered by every individual aged 10+ who had never worked in the past and was seeking work for the first time, because e.g. completed his military service, or finished his studies etc. In cases 2 and 3 of the question, it should be investigated whether the declaration of the enumerated individual that he is seeking work is not a simple intention but efforts towards finding work with certain actions taken.

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If the individual was not economically active during the week 3-9 May, an answer is required for cases 4 to 9 [omitted, labels as in the form]. We clarify that in case 5, "Pensioner", includes only those that had worked in the past and they are now receiving pension. Those receiving someone else's pension or welfare benefits are not to be included.

Question 14 "In what type of establishment, enterprise did you work during the previous week or the last time you worked?"

The question refers to the type of economic activity, i.e. industry branch of the establishment, enterprise, service etc. where the enumerated individual is working or if he is seeking work, the establishment, enterprise etc. he was last working (cases 1 and 2 of question 13). The answer to this question should be recorded with great clarity so to enable coding by ELSTAT.

If the answer to this question is general and vague, e.g. "shop", "factory", "company" the enumerator should ask for instance "what type of shop?" or "what is the factory producing?" and "what are the activities of the company?".

Examples of adequate answers in this question are:
• Agricultural or livestock farms or forests or fisheries: "Cereal crop", "Pig", "Logging", "Sea fishing".
• In mines: "Lignite", "Bauxite mine”, "Marble quarry", etc.
•Industrial or craft enterprises: "Sausage factory", "Sporelaiourgeio" "Cotton gin”, “klostoviomichania”, "Shoe factory", "Joinery factory", "Furniture shop", "Cement factory", "Wire manufacturing factory", "Auto repair shop" etc.
• In building construction or civil engineering: "Demolition crew", "Concrete work", "Bricklaying", "Plumbing shop", "Roads", "Harbor works" etc.
• To trade, various services etc.: "Wholesale trade shop", "grocery", "fruit store", "General sales shop", “Retail store selling men's clothing ", "pharmacy", "Buses", "coasting", "travel agency", "insurance company", "Notary", "hospital", "school", "Private Practice" etc.
If the enumerated individuals are self-employed without having a shop, e.g. rover merchant, taxi driver, constructions' contractor having no offices etc. "rover" or "at taxi" or "self-contractor" will be recorded. Also, for dressmakers who do not have their own atelier and are working at their clients' houses "at clients' houses" is to be recorded. The answers will be coded by ELSTAT.

Question 15 "What is or was your profession the last time you worked?" (Cases 1 or 2 of question 13.)

The question refers to the occupation of the enumerated individual who is working or if he is seeking work to his occupation at his last job, i.e. from the one he left, was dismissed etc.
The description of the type of work he/she does or did the last time the individual worked, these answers must be cleared to allow for the classification of population under the vocational code of ELSTAT. If the answer the individual provides is vague for e.g. craftsman, employee, merchant or public official, the enumerator should ask further questions for clarification such as, “What kind of employee, what kind of trader etc.
We present below some examples of satisfactory answers for different categories of workers:
• A farmer who works in different crops, tree or other, e.g. cereals, vegetables, fruit trees, cotton, etc., will be declared "polykalliergitis" while farmers engaged in crop production of mainly one species, e.g. cereal, will respond, "cereal grower" etc.
• The farmer, depending on the animal breeding, will say: "Cattle", "sheep", etc.
• The farm artisan will say: "driver or agricultural machine operator", "pruner", "bolia-facturer ',' comb pickers' etc.
• The employees of industrial or commercial enterprises, depending on the work that everyone does in the company, will answer: business manager, purchasing supervisor, sales supervisor, cashier, accountant [if going to graduate High School], assistant accountant [non graduates], typist, accounting clerk, salesman, janitor, elevator operator etc.
• Teachers should respond: teacher, secondary school teacher, teacher of colleges, teacher pro- nepistimiou, teacher of special education, teaching staff, tutoring or private technical schools etc.
• Civil servants must declare, in particular, the tasks performed and their specialty and, degree holding the service. Practitioners managers will determine whether they head productive or support positions, e.g. "Statistician", "economist" "agronomist", "veterinarian", "pocies engineer"," typist ","clerk"," driver"," the programmer / PC "," electronic pilot sub- accountants' etc. The term "civil servant" is quite vague.
• Chemical workers will indicate the one who deals with chemistry or in the laboratory, or as chemical chromatography, works with chemicals, chemical fertilizers, etc.
• The merchant navy officers will declare, as appropriate, "deck officer" or "officer engineer Nick.”
• Fishermen will indicate "sea fisherman" or "angler fish farm" or "lake" or "river".
• Workers in mines and quarries, as the work they do , will declare 'scrap and operator of engine "," ore separator "etc.
• Employees in metallurgy, depending on the work they do within the company, will answer "operator of roll ',' operator of furnace melting "," smelter "etc.
• Workers in the textile industry will respond according to the work they do, "spun", "spinner", "weaver" etc.
• Workers in food production will reply "miller", "operator crushed beet machines" "Slayer - skinned", "meat chopper", "canning" etc.
• Employees in manufacturing men's and women's apparel and footwear will respond, as appropriate, "Tailor", "seamstress", "fur", "cutter" etc.
• The permanent officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers will state "military".
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Question 16 "What is or was your status at this work?" (Cases 1 or 2 of question 13)
The enumerated individual will record his occupational status at his work or if he is seeking work his occupational status at his last job, i.e. [omitted as in the form].
For each case we clarify:

[] Employer is the owner of the establishment (with one or few partners) and is employing on a continuous basis one or more individuals, salaried, a day's wages etc.
[] Self-employed is the individual that works in his own business (with one or few partners) without employing continuously any individual, salaried employee or a day's wages worker, apart maybe members of his family as unpaid assistants.
[] Employee or a day's wage earner is the person who for his work is having a salary or a day's wage or is paid by contract or percentage on the sales, with bonus, or in kind (food, housing, education).
[] Member of producers' cooperative is the self-employed individual at a cooperative, where each member takes part on equal terms with the other members in the organization of production, sales and /or other work, investments and distribution of profits to the members. Note that, "producers' cooperative employees" they are not classified in this group but in the "employee or a day's wage earner" category.
[] Assistant in the family business is the family member working in the family business without pay, except the expenses for his livelihood.

Question 17 "Working hours" (Case 1 of question 13)

a) "How many hours do you usually work?"
Record the number of the individuals' working hours during a week usually. Include all hours that the individual is present at his work.
b) "How many hours did you work during the week 3-9 of May?"
Record the actual total number of the individuals' working hours for all days of the week 3-9 of May.
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We clarify that the enumerated individual worked as many hours as he was present at his work, i.e. shop, business, service or for outdoor business regardless of whether or not during this time he did not worked manually or otherwise. For instance, the shop-keeper opening his shop, has worked as many hours as the shop was open regardless of whether or not there were sales during this period.

More specifically:

- For transport workers, e.g. car drivers, working time is the time spent going to load and unload or parking etc. Also, for rovers, street venders etc. working time is the time spend looking for clients.
- For employees only the actual working time counts from their arrival in their place of work to their leaving it. Also, overtime will count regardless of whether or not are paid for it.
- For teachers, the time spent at home correcting and preparing their lessons is to count for working time.

For certain occupational categories that their clients are visiting them at their home or they are visiting at their clients' home (e.g. dressmakers, hairdressers, teachers etc.) the actual time spent with their clients is to be considered as working time.

There is a chance that the enumerated individual did not work or worked less during the week of the census taking for various reasons. Maybe he worked only in certain days or even at all. If during the previous to the census week he did not work at all in case b of question 17, 00 is to be recorded. If 00 is recorded or the number of hours is less than the hours that he usually works (case a of question 17) then he has to state the reason recorded with X [omitted, the categthe form and examples of recording other reasons].

Question 18 "Place of work" (Cases 1 or 2 of question 13)
Place of work is the place where the individual is or was executing his work. An individual may be working in a non permanent place (case 1) or in a permanent place (cases 2, 3 and 4).

Case 1 includes individuals whose work presupposes moving in different areas and therefore they are not present at a certain address e.g. roving salesmen, taxi drivers, construction workers, market salesmen etc.
Working in a permanent place included the cases of permanent place of work as well the cases where the individual presents himself at a certain place at the beginning of his work. Analytically:
Case 2 refers to the individuals working in their permanent place inside their dwelling. This category includes artisans, doctors, architects, designers, persons operating shops inside the dwelling etc.
Cases 3 and 4 refer to individuals working at a permanent place outside their dwelling. This category includes also individuals not having a permanent place of work but present themselves at a certain place at the beginning of their work, e.g. bus drivers, pilots, delivers etc.
Case 3 is to be recorded for those working at a permanent place within the boundaries of the Municipality or Commune of their usual residence.
Case 4 is to be recorded for those working at a permanent place in another Municipality or Commune of Greece or abroad.
In this case, [omitted, the information as in the form] is to be recorded.
Peasants are to answer one of the cases 3 or 4, depending on where most of their cultivation land is located.

Question 19 "How many people are working at the establishment etc. where you work?" (Cases 1or 2 of question 13)
Record an answer with X corresponding to the number of people usually working at the local unit where the enumerated individual is or was working (shop, business, service, etc).
As local unit is considered a business or a part of a business (laboratory, factory, shop, office, mine warehouse) that is located in a certain geographical place.

Question 20 "Main source of livelihood"
As main source of livelihood is considered the source of income that ensures the satisfaction of the individual's every need. Record only a single answer. For individuals having more than one sources of livelihood the main source is to be recorded.

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Question 21 "How many children have you ever born alive?" Question to ask only from females. Do not include stillborn. This question will be asked of all females 10 years and over, regardless of their marital status (unmarried, married, widowed, divorced, etc.). In the first sections of the question, you will write the number of children has given birth until today. If a woman has not given birth to children, she enters "00" in the boxes corresponding to the "number of children". In the following questions will be completed the year of birth of her first child and the birth of the last child.

X. Completion of the Collective Residence Form

For each collective accommodation P-2.1 form is to be completed. In the upper part of the form relating to the geographical elements of collective accommodation, the regional unit of the municipality of [formerly District Communities complemented munity], municipal section (former Municipality), municipal / local community, the settlement, street and number or, if there is no street and number, the location and the number or name of collective accommodation, and zip code will be filled. After you complete the identity, i.e. the geographical code [to be given by the Office], fill in the number of the Division of Sections Matos and block, preceded by the requisite number of zeros.
The D / A building in the block will be continuous and will be transferred from column 2 of Form A-1. The question "In the village", "outside the village" with a response of X will be placed in the appropriate box.
Then, complemented with X, which will enter into the appropriate box, the type of collective accommodation will be entered. Also, it will be noted below the display the title or the name of the natural or legal person or institution or enterprise to which the accommodation belongs [e.g. Hotel Galini, State Hospital of Piraeus, Worksite PPC Heart Vre-fokomeio Athens Mother, Rural Prison etc.].
The total number of residents of collective accommodation and the total inventory in the collective catering will be supplemented after the registration of persons with W-2.2 forms.

XI. Completion of Individuals' Form In the Collective Residence

For every person who permanently resides in collective accommodation, and also for people who do not permanently reside there, but spent the night in this 9 to May 10, 2011, a P-2.2 form will be completed.
In the upper left part of the form P-2.2 you will insert S/person is registered with the necessary preceded number zero. The count of people is consecutive in collective accommodation.
The upper right part of the form will be filled with special attention the S / Inventory sheet of collective re-talymatos, which is pre-printed on the upper right side of the P-2.1 release.
Questions 1, 2, 3 will be filled in the same way they are completed and the respective questions of the form P-1.2.
Question 4 refers to the "relationship with the collective accommodation" of inventory and includes two categories:
A permanent resident and B of temporary guest.
Persons residing in collective accommodation will answer in part A 'Resident' in question 4.
The answer will be given by X in the box that corresponds to:
-In case 1, if the person spent the night 9 to May 10, 2011 in collective accommodation or
-In case 2, if the person spent the night 9 to May 10, 2011 anywhere other collective accommodation.
Individuals who do not permanently reside in collective accommodation, but spent the night in this 9 to May 10, 2011 will answer questions of Part B "Temporarily guest" of the question 4 as follows: To the question "Have you inventoried or inventoried in your permanent residence? ', the answer will be given by X in one of the two boxes.
CAUTION: If the answer is "Yes", it will not complete the rest of the card queries.
But if the answer is "No", then the exact address of residence of the individual and the balances to be completed residues of the card queries.
As for the other questions of P-2.2 form will be filled just like the respective questions of
Form II-1.2.
The census, after signing all persons of collective accommodation, will return to the collective inventory sheet reasonable accommodation [W-2.1] and will fill in the appropriate box [upper right part of the card], all the individuals permanently residing in collective accommodation, and also the number of people who were registered in collective accommodation, i.e. the set of P-2.2 releases completed.
Then at the bottom of the card you will fill the name of the person from whom you took the information. Finally, to complement his name, write his phone number, the password and sign a release.
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XII. Completion of the Aggregate List of Enumerated Households-Dwellings-Inhabited Spaces and Collective Dwellings

The combined list of enumerated households-dwellings-inhabited spaces and collective dwellings [K-1 form] consists of five [5] cards with preprinted on the top right of a single A/D card.
For each Inventory Department the census will complete a separate summary statement [form set K-1]. If the recording of all households is incomplete- houses and collective dwellings- in the census department in a K-1 form, then the enumerators will use additional K-1 forms, by copying them to a single A/D card [which is pre-printed in the set already].
This summary statement will be prepared after carrying out the Population Census-Residential, i.e. after the end of the inventory of all households and all collective accommodation of division and production given by the Head of Sector of the census along with the completed cards P-1 and P-2.
In a summary, the census will register all releases of census division [printed P-1 and P-2] using a horizontal line for each occupied or vacant dwelling or any collective accommodation. First you register coupons found in the village and then those located outside the village.
In aggregated reports of inventory [Form K-1] exported sums per page for coupons and population totals and separately for the first part [Households] and for the second part [collective accommodation].
At the top of the first page you will complete the geographical characteristics, the geographical code, sector and the department. Where used sheeters R-1 will be completed, except for A / D card, and
S / K-1 form to the Department. Then the data of the census will be filled in.

Filling A part of the K-1
In column 1, the number of the block will be written, as noted on the map or sketch in the inventory of the Department [first column of the List - Frame, Form A-1]. If the building is located outside the village and there is no map block number, you will enter '0000'.
In column 2, the serial number of the building block will be written [second column of the List - Frame, Form A-1]. The numbers in this column may not always be constant because the buildings that are not residential [e.g. shops] are omitted from this form.
In column 3, you will write the number of the house in the Inventory Section and the corresponding registration sign at P-1.
Please note that all dwellings will be registered in a centralized K-1 state, inhabited or vacant, and any non-standard dwellings occupied at the time of the Housing Census (huts, pro- Ragusa, tents, inhabited shops etc.). If the house is not inhabited normally, e.g. despite- OLAF, hut, etc., this will be indicated in column 13 of the observations.
In columns 4 and 5, the route and the number of the building, and only if there is no name of the street will be written another display [location or name of the owner], who identify with precision the location of the building, and the number if it is (columns 3a, 3b of the Catalogue - Framework).
In column 6, you will write '1' if the house is in the village and '2' if located outside the village.
Column 7, will indicate the name of the household controller with serial number [S/N] member "01" in
PART B card P.1.1, either present or temporarily absent. This is the person in a household who is considered the member recognized by the other members of the household to contribute financially to a greater percentage or take the important decisions concerning the household. If the normal residence is vacant, you will indicate the name of the owner, and columns 8 to 12 will indicate the corresponding number zero, and the column 13 would indicate the word "empty".
In column 8, the number of P-1.2 releases will drop completed within the residence.
The figures in columns 9-12 are taken from the individual census Sheet (Form II-1.2), as follows:
Columns 9 and 10 will indicate the gender, the number of household members living in the house, that is the people who responded to items 1 and 2 of Part A1 [household member], the question 4 [Relationship with household] and the P-1.2 release.
In columns 11 and 12 you will enter, by gender, the people who were registered as temporarily hosted at the residence and they replied that during the census period their permanent residence was registered. That is, individuals employment- given in case 2 [No] of Part B [temporary visitor], the question 4 [Relationship with the household], the Sheet P-1.2.

Completion of Part B of K-1
Completion of columns 1-6 are self-explanatory.
Column 7 "collective accommodation type" will be written as the kind of collective accommodation, according to what is referred at the first page of the bulletin P-2.1.
The completion of the column 8 is self-evident; it will indicate the total number of P-2.2 releases that complement they were in collective accommodation.
In columns 9 and 10, you will note by gender, the permanent population living in collective accommodation, i.e. the respondents in part A [Resident] of question 4 [Relationship with collective accommodation], the sheet P-2.2.
In columns 11 and 12, you will enter by sex, people who were registered as temporarily hosted in the collective accommodation and replied that during the Census period there were registered their permanent residence, i.e. the respondents in case 2 [No] of Part B [temporary visitor], the question 4 [Relationship with the collective Viral accommodation], the P-2.2 release.

After the registration of all dwellings-households and collective accommodation of census department, the enumerator should fill in the table summarizing the resident population, which is in last page of K-1 form.
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XIII. Checking and Collecting the Forms

Census sheets Residential-Households [Forms W-1]
The census releases residential-household, initially, will be checked by the enumerators for completeness and accuracy of responses, as follows:
• The questions 2-4 of Section A [Home inventory data] will be completed for the abnormal [cases 2, 3 and 4 of the question 1].
• Part C of the sheet [Census data of individuals] will become reasonable control of responses between the different tax questions as follows:
[1] Persons who have replied to question 4 in Part A [household members] do not occur in guests [temporarily hosted].
[2] Individuals who have answered present or temporarily absent household members, must answer A2 [that Night Monday 9/5/2011].
[3] People have responded to one of the four guest question, do not answer the other questions of P-1.2 release.
[4] Controlled Question 5 "marital status" in relation to the relations and household members the sheet P-1.1, eg not married to is referred to as someone's wife.
[5] In question 8 only people who have answered 1 “Greece” or 2 “Greece and others” in question 7.
[6] To question 12 "Qualifications" should be answered for all persons in question 11 "Level of education" who have responded to cases 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5.
[7] Individuals who have responded to cases 1, 2 of question 13, should definitely have answered to questions 14, 15, 16, 18 and 19. People who have responded to the case 1 of question 13,must also have responded to question 17.
[8] Question 11 will have no answer for people born after 1/1/2005.
[9] Question 21 will have no answer for men.
Then the cards will fall in housing inventory turn while checking against the K-1 status.

Collective census sheets accommodation [Forms W-2]
Each enumerator will check and settle all collective accommodation inventory sheets [W-2 forms].
• In developing these, residents and then temporary guests will be first registered.
• As for logic control and completeness checks, the same applies as in the preceding paragraph, since the W-2 form questions, with some exceptions, are identical to those of P-1 form.
The W-2 reports, after being numbered by serial number, will be recorded in the corresponding B of the centralized condition K-1.

Finally, all completed forms P-1, P-2 and K-1 will be delivered to the head of sector, as well, and also the drawing of inventory department and all forms of census not utilized.

What have to do those that were not enumerated during the 15 days of the census taking
Those that are permanent residents in Greece and were not enumerated during 15 days of the census taking (10-24 of May) they would have to be enumerated during the two days of the completion of the census according to the instructions that would be issued by ELSTAT.