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Instruction on all-Ukrainian Population Census 2001 Conduction and Census Documentation Completion

I. General provisions

1. Population census is conducted by enumerators by questioning the population (respondents) and recording information in:

  • Form 1 List of household members living in the dwelling and their housing conditions
  • Form 2C Census questionnaire
  • Form 3 Census documents for the dwelling, which is also the cover page for forms 1 and 2C.

[Points 2-5 are omitted here.]

6. In case the enumerator comes and a respondent is away from the dwelling, enumerator may record the information about this person according to the oral information provided by other household members if they are able to answer fully all the questions of forms 1 and 2C. If household members are not able to provide necessary information about the absent respondent, the enumerator has to record the last name, the first name and the middle name of the absent respondent in forms 1 and 2C and interview him/her personally during the repeat visit.

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The information about household members who are subject to population census in the dwelling but are all absent during the whole census period is obtained by the enumerator from neighbors, house administration, members of rural council.

7. All persons who lived in the dwelling as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December 2001 including temporarily living are recorded in each dwelling. Among permanently residing persons temporarily absent persons are also recorded.

Permanently residing are persons who live in the dwelling permanently (usually) including temporarily absent. Accordingly among permanently residing in the dwelling are:

1. Persons who permanently (usually) live in the dwelling and as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December 2001 were there.

2. Persons who permanently (usually) live in the dwelling and as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December 2001 were not there but:
a. Were in the territory of the council (urban, settlement, rural) where the place of their permanent residence is located (e.g. were on a visit to relatives);

b. Were out of the territory of the council (urban, settlement, rural) where the place of their permanent residence is located and could not be enumerated due to the following reasons: worked on a night shift, were sentinel, on duty or at other night works; performed official duties even if they were absent for several days (employees of railway, water, air and road transport; persons that accompanied cargos, mail, cattle, etc.); worked in shifts (including those who worked in the territory of CIS countries) and were not in places where they could be enumerated; were in airplanes and ships, in long distance trains and local or suburban bus connections or waiting for them, accompanied or met passengers; were in one-two-day holiday hotels, in twenty-four-hour kindergartens and nursery; were on their way in cars, in rowboats, on foot; who were absent because they went to the market (fair), hunting, fishing, etc. and did not stay at places where they could be enumerated;
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went abroad for short-term trips (less than a month) or regardless of the term to work or study, to relax, for treatment, to visit relatives and friends, as tourists.
3. Persons who live in the dwelling and cannot specify another permanent place of residence, as well as those who left the previous place of residence, and the Census found them in the dwelling during the moving.

Temporarily absent - are persons who permanently (usually) live in the dwelling but as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December 2001 were out of the territory of the given rural, settlement or urban council (if their absence in the permanent place of residence does not exceed 12 months).

According to this temporarily absent - are persons who left for temporary or seasonal work, practical training, business trip, vacations, holidays, who are on a visit to relatives or friends, etc. Among temporarily absent by their permanent place of residence also are:
a. persons who are treated in hospitals (if their absence in the permanent place of residence does not exceed 12 months), sanatoriums; rest in holiday hotels (excluding one-two-day hotels); are in maternity hospitals; students of boarding schools (except those living there permanently) and health-forest schools; students who live in orphanages under schools, even if a hospital, sanatorium, holiday hotel, maternity home, indicated school or boarding school is located in the territory of the same council, where these persons permanently (usually) live;

b. persons called to military training duty and persons held in places of pre-trial detention under investigation as well as arrested administratively for up to 30 days, even if their permanent place of residence is located in the territory of the same council.
Temporarily living - are persons who as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December 2001 were in the dwelling while their permanent (usual) place of residence is located out of the territory of the urban, settlement or rural council where the Census found them (if their absence in the permanent place of residence does not exceed 12 months).

According to this temporarily living -- are persons who come for temporary or seasonal work, practical training, business trip, vacations, holidays, who are on a visit to relatives or friends, etc. Among temporarily living also are:
a. persons who are treated in hospitals (if their absence in the permanent place of residence does not exceed 12 months), sanatoriums; rest in holiday hotels (excluding one-two-day hotels); are in maternity hospitals; students of boarding schools (except those living there permanently) and health-forest schools; students who live in orphanages under schools, even if a hospital, sanatorium, holiday hotel, maternity home, indicated school or boarding school is located in the territory of the same council, where these persons permanently (usually) live;

b. persons called to military training duty and persons held in places of pre-trial detention under investigation as well as arrested administratively for up to 30 days, even if their permanent place of residence is located in the territory of the same council.
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c. persons who are in hotels, guest rooms, etc. (except those who live there permanently (usually) or cannot indicate another permanent place of living).

8. In forms 1 and 2C you should enumerate:

a. all household members who permanently (usually) live in the dwelling including temporarily absent;

b. persons who do not have other place of permanent residence or stayed in the dwelling while moving from one place of living to another;

c. persons temporarily living (staying) in the dwelling1, but permanently (usually) live in another place out of the territory of the given (urban, settlement, rural) council.

9. The lists of living in the dwelling and the census questionnaires are not recorded by the place of their previous residence: persons who moved to another place permanently or permanent work; those who are on service in the Military Forces of Ukraine (excluding those who were called to military training duty); students of high schools and vocational schools, courses and educational establishments with the study term 12 months and more who live in the place of study, regardless the duration of their departure in the previous permanent place of living as well as all those who left for more than 12 months before 4th of December (even if those persons maintain financial relations with the enumerated household and right on the living floor space). Indicated persons are enumerated at new place of living as permanently resident.

10. Persons who are in prisons and other closed areas are enumerated as permanently resident at a place of stay, and they are not recorded to the forms 1, 2C and 3 in place of previous residence. (Except those arrested administratively for up to 30 days, and those who are in places of pre-trial detention under investigation who are enumerated as a temporarily living in the place of their stay, and as temporarily absent -- at their permanent place of residence).

11. Citizens of Ukraine who work on diplomatic, trade and other missions of Ukraine abroad, and members of their households living with them, as well as those who have gone abroad on a business trip (for one month or more) are enumerated by missions and consulates of Ukraine and are not recorded to the forms 1, 2C and 3 at their permanent place of residence in Ukraine.

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12. Foreigners who come to Ukraine to work or study, and everyone who came to Ukraine in delegations, to rest, to visit relatives and friends and as tourists are enumerated as temporary residents, regardless of the duration of their stay in Ukraine.

13. Foreigners who come to Ukraine for permanent living (including from the CIS and Baltic countries) are enumerated at the place of their actual residence in Ukraine on the general basis.

II. Instructions for filling the forms:

form 1 List of household members living in the dwelling number and their housing conditions,
form 2C Census questionnaire,
form 3 Census documents for the dwelling.

[Point 14 is omitted.]

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15. Separate form 3 is completed for:

a. every apartment;
b. every house (if it consists of one apartment), single-family house, gatehouse and other single dwelling;
c. every room in a hostel;
d. any premises where people live.

In institutional dwellings (children's home, house for orphans, boarding house for orphans and children without parental care, boarding house for old people and invalids, monastery, etc.) and in institutions with mobile population (hospital, sanatorium, holiday hotel, hotel, guest room, etc.) form 3 is completed for each building, classroom, branch, patient's room, room (depending on how the records are maintained in the registration books of relevant institutions).

On the front of the form 3 indicate the number of census department, the number of instructor station, the number of counting station, the number of premises within the counting station indicated in table 2 of the enumerator's notebook; the address of the dwelling and the phone number; the number of living households and persons in the dwelling.

There is also place for enumerator's notes on the front of the form 3.

There are supplemented tables in form 3:

a. Categories of respondents on whom the census documentation is completed during the population census;
b. The list of the main census documents compiled by an enumerator during the population census
c. The procedure for completing the lists of living persons in the dwelling and the census questionnaires.

On the reverse side of the form 3 there are specific provisions of the current legislation of Ukraine regulating the issues of providing, collecting and using of population census data as well as the issues of protecting the confidential information obtained during its conduction.

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Form 1 List of household members living in the dwelling and their housing conditions

16. Separate form 1 is completed for every independent household. In institutional dwellings the general list of everybody living in the dwelling for which the form 3 is compiled i.e. for every building, classroom, branch, patient's room, room (depending on how the records are maintained in the registration books of relevant institution). In case a married couple (husband and wife) or two sisters (brothers) live in the mentioned dwellings then they are enumerated according to the provisions stated in point 22 of this Instruction.

17. Households are numbered with the unified sequence numbering within the dwelling.

18. In the form 1 an enumerator records the relevant requisites: number of census department, the numbers of instructor and counting stations, the number of premises within the counting station, the number of household within premises as well as the address where the household live i.e. the address indicated in the form 3.

19. Before filling the form 1 an enumerator finds out how many households are in the dwelling altogether and how many of them were in the dwelling on the night of the 4th/5th of December. In case there are more than 10 household members in the dwelling then two or more forms 1 are compiled under one number. In this case in the first form 1 in the column 1 of the framework designated for number recording the number of the household within the dwelling is recorded and in the column 2 of the framework figure 1 is recorded; in the second form 1 in the column 1 of the framework the number of the household within the dwelling is reduplicated again and in the column 2 of the framework figure 2 is recorded and so on (e.g. if two forms 1 are compiled for one household then in the framework of each of them figures 1 1 and 1 2 should be recorded accordingly; in case for other household three forms 1 are compiled then figures 2 1 , 2 2 and 2 3 are recorded, etc.). Moreover the address section of the front of the form is filled both in the first and the second supplemented forms.

20. All households' members subjected to the population census in the dwelling should be entered to the form 1. In case there are difficulties determining the household structure it is necessary to proceed from the notion that household is a group of people (or one person) living together in one dwelling (its part) and keeping house together (having mutual expenses for housekeeping, food, etc.) fully or partially sharing and spending financial resources. These persons may be in relative relations or in law relations or in both of these relations or in none of them.

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Thus the household may consist of one person who lives in a separate dwelling or in part of a dwelling and does not share financial resources for mutual housekeeping with none of the persons living in this dwelling; two or more persons living together in one dwelling, keeping house together and fully or partially sharing and spending financial resources. These persons may be in relative relations or in law relations or in both of these relations or in none of them.

21. In form 1 the order number within this household (graph 1), surname, first name and patronymic (graph 2) are recorded for each household member and the reason and period of absence are recorded for each temporarily absent household member out of permanent resident members (graphs 3 and 4).

To correctly determine the respondents' category an enumerator has to ascertain which household member lives permanently and which one lives temporarily in the dwelling:
who was in the dwelling on the night of the 4th/5th of December and is subjected to the census without the mark on temporal absence; who out of permanently resident persons was not in the dwelling on the night of the 4th/5th of December and is subjected to the census with the mark on temporal absence; who out of those who do not live permanently (usually) in the dwelling on the night of the 4th/5th of December was there and is subjected to the census as temporarily living.

For household members temporarily absent at the place of their permanent residence the reason of their absence is recorded in graph 3 of the form 1 (e.g. 'on a business trip') and the period of their absence is recorded in graph 4 of the form 1 (e.g. 'one month'). In case the period of absence is less than one month 'less than one month' is recorded.

In graphs 3 and 4 dashes (empty spaces) are written down for respondents who were in the dwelling on the night of the 4th/5th of December (both for permanently resident and temporarily staying in the dwelling).

22. In each household one of the adult household member is recorded the first. The following order for household members recording should be held: husband and wife are recorded one after one; children (including grown up not married children) are recorded after the parents; if there are several married couples in the household firstly one married couple and their children are recorded and then another married couple and their children are recorded, etc.; household members that are not in relative or law relations with other household members are recorded ultimately.

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[An example is omitted.]

23. Persons living in the dwelling temporarily (regardless of the degree of relative or law relations with members of enumerated household) are not included to the household structure of the dwelling owner and are enumerated as separate independent household. For example, a student son, who lives permanently (usually) at the place of study, on the night of 4 to 5 December visited his parents. In this case he is not included to the household structure of the parents and is enumerated as separate household. On the front of the form 1 in a special frame the special mark 'temporarily living in this dwelling' is made, in graph 1 number '1' is written down, in graph 2 surname, first name and patronymic are recorded, in graphs 3 and 4 the dashes are written down.

Persons who rent the dwelling are not included to the household structure of the dwelling owner as well and are enumerated as a separate independent household.

Persons permanently staying in hostels for employees and students, hotels, holiday hotels and the like as well as homeless are enumerated as separate independent household.

24. For homeless and persons temporarily living in the dwelling as well as for everyone living in specialized institutional dwellings dedicated for collective living (institutional population) the relevant mark is written down on the front of the form 1.

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In addition it is necessary to remember that household members of maintenance staff who may live in the mentioned institutional dwellings are not included to the institutional population.

Measures of control

The enumerator issues certificate on Population census passing (form 5) to everyone enumerated as temporarily living.

[An example is omitted.]

Certificates on population census passing are also issued to:

a. persons for whom the checking form is completed (form 4);
b. persons who plan visiting other place during the period of Population census conduction and checking round (that is from the 5th of December 2011 to the 5th of January 2002) at least for one day.

The enumerator numerates the issued certificates on Population census passing within counting station and notes that the certificate should be kept till the 5th of January 2002.
Persons having certificates on Population census passing should not be recorded again to the forms 1 and 2C out of place of their permanent residence. At place of permanent residence the record for such persons is made to the forms 1 and 2C and in case the certificate on Population census passing is available the mandatory mark on temporal absence is written down.

[An example is omitted.]

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In case persons who live in the dwelling permanently or temporarily at midnight from 4th to 5th of December 2001 were at other place where they should be enumerated as temporarily living (without the record and mark on temporary absence) do not have certificates on Population census passing the checking forms should be filled in for them.

The checking form contains questions 2, 4-13 of the census questionnaire.

In addition, three addresses are indicated in the checking form: the address of the place where the checking form completed is recorded on top of the front page; in the first question the address of the respondents' place of permanent residence is recorded; the reporting address where this person should be enumerated as permanently resident (without the record and mark on temporal absence) or temporarily living (i.e. the place where respondent actually were on the night from 4th to 5 to of December) is recorded. By the address indicated on the back of the checking form it will be further checked if this person is recorded to forms 1 and 2C in the intended place of Population census passing. Therefore it is very important for this address to be written down as far as possible fully and accurately.

If persons for whom checking forms are completed are at the place of their permanent residence they are also recorded to the forms 1 and 2C with mandatory mark on temporary absence.

If persons for whom checking forms are completed are out of the place of their permanent residence they are not recorded to the forms 1 and 2C at the place of the checking form completion

The numeration of checking forms is fulfilled within the counting station.

[Examples are omitted here.]

After the Population census ends random checking round is fulfilled: in urban areas in all counting stations with the coverage of 25% of the dwellings in each of them; in rural areas - in 25% of counting stations with the coverage of 100% of the dwellings in each of them. The checking round is conducted to review if there were no omissions or double records during the Population census or if the records and marks on temporary absence or temporary living are correct.

The checking round is conducted by the inspector together with the enumerator during the time between the 16th to the 20th (inclusively) of December 2001.

In the dwellings where the checking round will take place the instructor should check the Population census passing by all household members including persons who came after the 4th of December.

For everyone (without exceptions) who is in the dwelling during the checking round it is necessary to clear up where they were on the night from the 4th to the 5th of December.
Persons who are subjected to the Population census in the dwelling but were omitted by the enumerator are recorded to the list of living in the dwelling by the instructor. For these persons the census questionnaires are filled in.

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For persons who are subjected to the Population census in other place but during the checking round conduction do not have the certificate on Population census passing the checking form should be completed and the certificate should be issued.

Household living conditions

Answers to questions 1-7 of this unit are completed for every household permanently resident in the private house, part of private house, individual apartment, communal apartment (including temporarily absent).

For households who live in hostels, hotels, other dwellings (railway carriages, barges and other temporal dwellings that are not the traditional dwellings) and do not have other permanent place of residence as well as for those households who rent the dwelling (private house, part of private house, apartment, room) only answers to questions 1 and 4-7 of this unit are completed.
Answers to questions 1-7 of this unit are not completed for households consisting of persons temporarily living in the dwelling, homeless persons and persons living in institutional dwellings (i.e. for those who has a relevant mark on the front of the form 1.

Question 1 Dwelling type

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.
Private house is marked in case all the house is occupied by one household regardless the form of ownership.

If the house is occupied by two or more households then part of private house should be marked to each of them.

If the house consists of two or more apartments then individual apartment or communal apartment is marked according to their occupation.

Individual apartment is a dwelling that furnished and used for permanent residence, consists of one or more rooms, is separated from other dwellings by load-bearing walls (or double partitions) and has independent exit to stairway, to general hall, general lobby or directly outside, to the yard in case one household is in the dwelling.

If there are more than one household in the apartment then communal apartment should be marked to each household (even if there is one personal account on apartment). This mark is also filled to those who live in barracks and central-corridor dwellings that are not hostels.

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If a household occupies private house or individual apartment or only a part of house floor space (apartment) and leases the rest part of house (apartment) floor space then it is assumed that the household is in a private house or individual apartment.

If a household is in a hostel (regardless the type of building: apartment dwelling, central-corridor btw dwelling, barrack as well as regardless what part of the building the household occupies: room, part of room or only a bed) then hostel is marked. Buildings where all or most part of premises and useful space are designated and furnished to collective living in communal rooms of persons who mainly do not have relative relations but collectively use all kinds of amenities and equipment (restrooms, kitchens, bathrooms and shower rooms, sanitation facilities, etc.) are related to the hostel dwelling type.

Hotel is marked to households staying in hotels, motels, etc. and do not have another place of permanent residence.

Other dwelling is marked if a household stays in railway carriages, barges and the like.

Rented housing is marked to households who rent the dwelling (private house, apartment, room, etc.) owned by other persons.

Question 2 Number of occupied living rooms

Living room is the premises designated for living and separated from other premises (rooms) with partitions. Mansards, attics, heated patios and terraces, equipped and suitable for permanent living in them throughout the year are included in the number of living rooms. Kitchens, hallways, corridors, bathrooms and shower rooms, pantries, and other ancillary facilities are not included in the number of living rooms in the apartment and hostel.
The number of living rooms occupied by the household is numerated (e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4 .. 10, etc.) in a specially outlined framework.

The mark part of the room is written down in case a household occupies only a part of the room.

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If a household occupies two or more rooms but a part of them is rented, then the total number of living rooms occupied by the household is indicated (including those rented).

Question 3 - Floor space of private house, part of private house, individual or communal apartment (sq.m)

Total and living floor spaces are indicated in specially outlined frameworks.
The floor space is written down in whole square meters without decimals. The record is made in figures (e.g. 5; 13; 44; 105, etc.) in specially outlined frameworks. Rounding should be guided by the rule: if five or over five decimals follow after the point then one is added, if less than five decimals follow after the point then these figures are ignored (e.g. the figures 12,5; 12,51 should be rounded to 13, and the figure 12,49 -- to 12).

Total floor space of private house, part of private house, individual or communal apartment is defined as a sum of floor space of all living rooms and ancillary facilities (kitchens, bathrooms and shower rooms, pantries, toilets, etc.), including the space of built-in closets, hallways, inside corridors.

In communal apartments the total floor space is conventionally divided among households living in the dwelling and is indicated in each of them accordingly taking into account the number of members of those households.

The total floor space does not include the space:

a. of stairways, porches, elevator halls, lobbies
b. occupied by projecting structural elements and heating furnaces
c. adjoined buildings that are not heated (patios, porches, mansards, attics)
d. detached summer kitchens, pools, sheds, gazebos, etc.

The living floor space includes the floor space of all living rooms occupied by a household.
If a household occupies a part of a room you should indicate the floor space that accounts for its share of the total floor space of the room (e.g. if the room of 24 sq.m. is occupied by two households consisting of one and two persons then each household occupies 8 and 16 sq.m. respectively).
If a household occupies only a part of the floor space and leases the rest of it then for this household both the total floor space and living floor space it owns are indicated.

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Question 4 Do you or members of your household possess private plots?

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.
Yes is marked to those households whose members have private plots allocated to them in private ownership or use and lease terms for subsidiary farming, horticulture, gardening, mowing and grazing (except for land plots allocated for the conduction of the peasant (farm) economy).
No is marked to those households whose members do not have private plots, as well as to households whose members received certificates for the land plot (share) without actual allocation of the plot.

Question 5 -If yes, please indicate the type of ownership?

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.

Private property is marked to persons who own the land plots for: construction and maintenance of residential and commercial buildings (household plots); subsidiary farming, gardening (citizens' gardening cooperatives, associations, plots for individual gardening) as well as land plots given to citizens in kind on reformation of collective agricultural enterprises.

Rented is marked to households whose members drawn up a lease for land plots.

Other is marked to households whose members have land plots allocated to them for usage (permanent or temporal) for: horticulture, mowing, grazing, etc.
If members of the household have several land plots with different rights to them then you should write down marks that correspond to these rights.

Question 6 - What is the total area of your land plots?

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.
At that you should indicate the total area of all land plots allocated to members of the household.

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For reference:
1 Are = 100 sq.m.
1 Are = 0,01 ha
10 Ares = 0,10 ha

Question 7 - Do you lease your land plots?

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.
Yes' is marked to those households whose members gave their land plots to other entities for usage. For example, the land share given to household in kind on reformation of collective agricultural enterprise was leased to agricultural enterprise or other lessee.
No' is marked to those households whose members did not give their land plots to other entities for usage.

Form 2C Census questionnaire

The separate census questionnaire is completed for each person who is in the form 1.
Before filling out the census questionnaire you should indicate the following requisites in specially outlined frameworks: the number of census department, numbers of instructor and counting stations, the number of premises within the counting station, the number of household within the premises, the order number under which each member of the household is recorded within separate household (graph 1 form 1).
The surname and initial letters are written down in a specially outlined framework (e.g. Dovzhenko S.V.).

Instructions for recording responses to questions 1-13 in a census questionnaire.

Question 1- Relations to the Head of the Household

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.
The first household member written down is marked head of the household.

To all the remaining household members the mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down (e.g. if the person enumerated is the son of the household member written down the first then 'daughter, son' should be marked).

If the person enumerated has other relative or legal relations with household member written down the first then other relative or law relations should be marked.

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If a household consists of one person then 'head of the household' should be marked.

To persons who live permanently in the household and do not have relative ties with none of the household members (e.g. babysitter, housecleaner) do not have relative ties is marked.

To persons who are permanently resident in institutional dwellings or temporarily living in institutions with mobile population (excluding those who have relative or law relations, e.g. husband and wife in rest home for the elderly and disabled, or two brothers and two sisters in a boarding school) 'head of the household' is marked.

To each household member (regardless the age or whether he/she married or not) who has both parents or only mother within the household, the order number under which the mother (or stepmother) is written down within the household is filled out in this question of form 2C (i.e. the number indicated before her surname in the graph 1 of form 1). If there is no mother within the household and there is only a father then the father's number is written down. If there are neither father nor mother in the household then no number is written down.

Question 2 – Gender

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.

Question 3

To question 3 - Temporarily absent is marked to persons for which the reason and period of absence are written down in graphs 3 and 4 of form 1.

Temporarily resident is marked to persons for which 'temporarily resident in the dwelling' is marked in form 1.

To persons for whom temporarily resident in the dwelling is not marked in form 1 and there are dashes in graphs 3 and 4 of form 1 no mark is made in this question of form 2C.

Question 4 - Date of birth

The answer on the day, month and year of birth is written down in figures in specially outlined frameworks.

[An example is omitted.]

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It is not allowed to approximate or round the day, month and year of birth (e.g., for those who were born on the 9th or 11th you couldn't write the 10th; for those who were born in 1939 you couldn't write they were born in 1940, etc.). If the person enumerated indicated the year of birth ending with 0 or 5, you should make sure that he indicated the year correctly without rounding.

After the recording of the date of birth and without additional asking the respondent an enumerator determines and writes down the number of years that have passed in a specially outlined framework using the Supplemented table for indication the years for persons whose year of birth is known as of 5th of December 2001 (Appendix 1). For children less than 1 year 0 is written down.

Question 5 - Place of birth (indicate: Autonomous Republic of Crimea, oblast, Kyiv, Sevastopol, other country)

To persons who were born in the territory of Ukraine one of the following is written down in answer to this question: Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Vinnytska, Volynska, Dnipropetrovska, Donetska, Zhytomyrska, Zakarpatska, Zaporizka, Ivano-Frankivska, Kyivska, Kirovohradska, Luhanska, Lvivska, Mykolaivska, Odeska, Polavska, Rivnenska, Sumska, Ternopilska, Kharkivska, Khersonska, Khmelnytska, Cherkaska, Chernivetska Chernihivska oblasts, Kyiv city and Sevastopol city.

To persons who were born in other countries the country where they were born is specified (e.g., Russia, Kazakhstan, Poland, Hungary, etc.).

Question 6 - Ethnic origin (indicate nationality or ethnic group)

Nationality or ethnic group indicated by the respondent himself/herself is written down. Children's nationality is indicated by parents. In case there are difficulties with children nationality determining when parents are of different nationalities mother's nationality is of preference.

Question 7- Language

a. Mother language.
The language the respondent considers his/her mother language is written down in answer to this question.
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Mother language may be different from nationality. If the person has difficulties in determining his/her mother language then you should write down the language he/she speaks the best or the language he/she usually uses in every day life and at home.
The mother language of children who are not able to speak yet and other little children is determined by parents. If parents have difficulties in determining the mother language of the child, you should write the language usually spoken at home. The mother language of deaf-and-dumb is considered the language in which they read and write, or the language used by members of their households or those persons with whom they mostly communicate.

b. If Ukrainian is not your mother language, please, indicate whether you know Ukrainian fluently (In this part of the question no marks are written down to persons who indicated Ukrainian as their mother language). Yes is marked to respondents who know Ukrainian fluently i.e. who can read, write and speak Ukrainian fluently or just speak Ukrainian fluently. In other cases 'no' is marked.

c. Other language which you know fluently (indicate).
To persons who know other language fluently, i.e. who can read, write and speak or just speak other language fluently the name of the language is written down (Russian, Byelorussian, Polish, English, German, etc.). If a respondent knows three or more languages fluently (along with the mother language) then you should write down only the language the person knows the best. In this part of the question to persons who do not know other languages as well as to children who are not able to speak yet 'no' is marked.

Question 8 – Citizenship

To respondents that are citizens of Ukraine Ukraine is marked.

To persons that do not have citizenship Without citizenship is marked.

To foreigners the name of the country of their citizenship is written down in a specially outlined framework (e.g., 'Italy', 'Russia').

To persons having two or more citizenships the name of one country of their citizenship is written down at their discretion.

For children less than 15 years the citizenship is determined by the parents.

Question 9 - Family status (for persons aged 15 and above)

The mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down to persons aged 15 and above.

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Single (never married) is marked to persons who were never married.

Married is marked to persons who are within marriage registered in RAGS [office of civil registration].

Live with partner is marked to persons who are within marriage not registered in RAGS.

Widower/widow is marked to persons who were within marriage (regardless the marriage was registered or not) that ended because of husband's (wife's) death and who didn't get married again.

Divorced is marked to persons who were within registered marriage before and now they are not married and their divorce is registered in RAGS.

Separated is marked to persons who were within unregistered marriage before but now they are not married and their separation is not registered in RAGS. It is also marked to persons who were within unregistered marriage before and for now they broke up.

If there is a married couple within a household then to husband in a specially outlined framework you should fill out the number under which his wife is written down within the household (graph 1 of form 1) and to wife -- the number under which her husband is written down. If only one (husband or wife) of married couple is written down within the household then the number is not filled out.

The answer to this question is not generally written down to persons under 15 years; only in case the respondents are actually married you should write down the relative mark.

Question 10 - Your education (for persons aged 6 and above)

Persons aged 6 and above are filled with a mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response.

Determining the responder's educational level you should have in mind that educational levels, established in Ukraine since 1996 under the current legislation, conditionally meet the educational levels functioned before 1996, as follows:

Current educational levels [and corresponding] educational levels functioned before 1996

a. completed high education, basic high education - high education
b. primary high education, completed general secondary education - specialized secondary education, uncompleted high education, general secondary education
c. basic general secondary education, primary general education - uncompleted secondary education, primary education
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Completed high education is marked to those who graduated from the higher educational establishment - academy, institute, conservatory, university or other equivalent higher educational establishments that provide educational and qualification levels: specialist, master.

Basic high education is marked to those who graduated from the higher educational establishment - college and other equivalent higher educational establishments that provide educational and qualification level: bachelor.

Primary high education is marked to those who graduated from the technical school, specialized school or other equivalent higher educational establishments that provide educational and qualification level: junior specialist, as well as those who in 1996 and earlier graduated from the technical school, specialized school or other specialized secondary educational establishment.

Uncompleted high education is marked to those who in 1996 and earlier studied in higher educational establishments, have passed a half or more than a half period of study but have not completed it. Those who in 1996 and earlier studied in higher educational establishments and have passed less than a half period of study are marked with the level of education that they had before entering the higher educational establishment.

Completed general secondary education is marked to those who graduated from high school: eleven/ten years of study; graduated from pre-revolutionary gymnasium [a secondary school that prepares pupils for university], non-classical secondary school, for-profit specialized school or other secondary general school.

Persons who have completed vocational school and got along with the profession and qualification of skilled worker complete general secondary education or got the profession and qualification of skilled worker on the basis of secondary education are marked with complete general secondary, other persons are marked with the level of education that they had before entering this school.

Basic general secondary education is marked to those who graduated from primary school, that is to those who completed eight years of school in 1963-1989, seven-year school or 7 classes in 1961 and earlier, 8, 9 classes of middle school in 1963-1989, 10 classes of eleven-year school; are studying in the 10-11th forms; in vocational school (except persons with complete general secondary education); dropped out of the 8th form in 1959/60 academic year and earlier; of the 9th form in 1988/89 academic year and earlier; of the 10-11th forms or of the vocational school (except persons with complete general secondary education).

Primary general education is marked to those who finished primary school or 3 classes in 1972 and later; 6-4 classes; 7 classes in 1960 and later; 8 classes in 1990 and later; are studying in the 5-9th forms; dropped out of the 4th form in 1972/73 academic year and later; of the 5-7th forms, of the 8th form in the 1960/61 school year and later; of the 9th form in 1989/90 academic year and later.

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Do not have primary general education is marked to persons aged 6 years and above (both to those who study and those who do not study), persons who do not have primary general education but can read and write in any language or just read (even if slowly).

Determining the level of education of persons who did not get complete general secondary education one should be guided by the Supplemented table (Appendix 2).

Persons aged 6 years and above who cannot read are marked with illiterate.

Graduation from correspondence and evening schools, as well as school of external studies is equated with graduation from the respective educational establishment. Those who graduated from educational establishments that do not provide general education (e.g., instructor-auditing schools, retraining and refresher courses, etc.), as well as those who are studying in these educational establishments are marked with education got by them before entering these educational establishments.

The answer to this question is not filled for children younger than 6 years.

If you have difficulties with determining the level of education it is necessary to write down the name of higher type of educational establishments finished by respondent in the box "Graduated educational establishment, how many classes (courses), what year". Write down how many classes (courses) were completed and when in a specially outlined boxes.

Question 11 - You have completed vocational school (for persons aged 15 years and above)

Persons aged 15 years and above are filled with a mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response.

Yes is marked to those who graduated secondary or other vocational school, handicraft school, branch vocational school, manufacturing training school or factory apprenticeship and also technical school in any year.

Persons who have not completed vocational school, as well as those who are studying at vocational school now are marked no.

Question 12 - Type of educational establishment where you study (for persons aged 6 years and above)

Persons aged 6 years and above who study at all daytime, evening and correspondence educational establishments and courses with the term of studying 12 months and more regardless off-the job or on the job studying are filled with a mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response.

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Higher is marked to those who study at higher educational establishments -- academies, universities, institutes, colleges, technical schools, vocational schools, etc.

Vocational is marked to those who study at vocational schools, art schools, professional schools of social rehabilitation, schools-agricultural firms, plant-schools, training and production centres, centres for training and retraining of workers, training centres and other types of establishments that provide working profession

General is marked to those who study at senior, basic, elementary day schools (including boarding schools), evening (shift-system) schools (classes), in a full-time / correspondence groups in general schools as well as at schools for children with mental and physical development defects.

Other educational establishment (courses) is marked to those who study at schools and courses with the term of studying 12 months or more that do not provide general education (e.g., training and skill development courses, preparatory courses at educational establishments) and courses that provide professional qualification. For those who study at two educational establishments at the same time, one should note the higher type of educational establishments.

Do not study is marked to persons aged 6 years and above, who do not attend school, as well as to pupils of coterie regardless of the duration of training.
The answer to this question is not filled for children under 6 years.

For persons aged 7 years who do not attend school, one should specify whether they attend pre-school establishments.

Yes is marked for children who attend preschool establishments -- nurseries, kindergartens, etc. If at the time of census a child temporarily does not attend a pre-school, for example due to illness, one should mark yes.

No is marked to children under 7 years who do not attend kindergartens.

Question 13 - Your sources of living
Before you ask questions, you must give the respondent a card with a list of sources of living.

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After reviewing the card respondent indicates one or more sources of living among the listed. Based on the received response in the census questionnaire you should make marks that correspond to one or more of the mentioned variants of responses.

In specially outlined box you should write down the number of source of living, which the respondent considers to be the main. Thus the main source of living should be considered the source, income from which is the largest part of the total respondent's income.

Working in enterprise, organization, institution, agriculture (farmer) sector is marked to persons who have entered into a written employment agreement, contract or verbal arrangement with the administration of enterprise, organization, institution or with individual about the conditions of work as well as payment and are employed in enterprises, organizations, institutions of all forms of ownership, such as in state or municipal enterprise, agriculture (farmer) sector, joint stock company, private or joint enterprise, public or religious organization, founds, production cooperative, etc.

This source as a means of living is also marked to persons occupied an elective position;
pensioners and students who have a permanent job; those who study at training and skills development courses; persons who worked at seasonal jobs in spring, summer or autumn (such as at peat field, timber rafting (floating), water transport, fisheries), although at the time of population Census do not work; family members who work in family business for a fee on a common basis; women who were on leave to care for a child until she/he (a child) reaches the age of three or six years; persons who were on leave without retention or partial retention of wages initiated by the administration of enterprise, organization, institution; persons who do not work for three weeks or less due to job changing; persons who performed or are performing paid community work obtained through the employment service.

Working for individuals is marked to those who are employed by individuals (personal secretaries, domestic workers, nurses, drivers, guards, etc.).

Running a business of own is marked to persons who are engaged in own business as individual owners of the company or as members of the owners group of the company in order to earn income or family income in cash or in kind.

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Collective owners include members of producers' cooperatives (except employed by cooperatives), members of associations and other collective enterprises. Those who are working in his/her own enterprise can carry out its own production activities both involving the employees or not.

Working on an individual basis is marked to persons who are self-employed and are not in the staff of an enterprise, institution or organization (self-employment: dentist, hairdresser, photographer, etc.); to persons who are engaged in business activities, including the production or craft (e.g., individual activities in trade, individual repair of apartments, tailoring, etc.), as well as to persons with liberal profession engaged in creative activity that brings income and are not in the staff of an enterprise, organization and institution (writers, composers, etc.).
Working at own agriculture (farming) enterprise" is marked to persons who are engaged in their own agriculture (farming) enterprise, registered according to established procedure, that uses its own or leased land and property, produces agricultural products and provides its processing and marketing. Thus the owner of such enterprise can be either an individual or household in whole or its part.

Working at the family enterprise without payment is marked to persons who do any unpaid work at the private or family enterprise, agricultural enterprise owned by one of the members of the household of that person.

Working at private plot is marked to persons who are engaged in private farm activities related to the production of agricultural products or caring for livestock, regardless the products will be used for selling (exchanging) or personal consumption .

Income from property is marked to persons who receive income from their own enterprise (at that, the owner does not work at the enterprise); persons who receive income in the form of rent for leased land, homes, cottages, garages and other property owned by the person; persons who receive income in the form of interest on deposits, credit, bank loan; shareholders who receive income in the form of dividends from the joint-stock company, currency difference for the sold shares and, etc.

Pension is marked to persons who receive old-age pension, disability pension, long service pension, survivor pension, social pension. The "pension" is marked to persons whom it is granted to, but not to those who receive it (for example, "survivor pension" that is granted for children is marked to children, but not to the mother or father, even if they receive this pension).

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Scholarship is marked to persons who study and receive a scholarship (including scholars to whom a scholarship is paid by enterprises, organizations or employment service that sent them to training).

Benefits (excluding unemployment allowances) is marked to persons who receive the state social allowances. However, it is marked to those to whom this assistance is granted but not to those who receive it.

For example, for mothers or persons replacing them you should mark allowance due to pregnancy and childbirth; child care allowances until the age of three; payments to mothers (parents) who take care of three or more children under 16 years; allowance for a disabled child care; allowance for children under 16 years old (students - up to 18 years); allowance to single mothers; allowance for military servant's children; allowance for children under guardianship.

Unemployment allowances is marked to capable persons of working age who are registered at the state employment service as unemployed and receive unemployment allowances or financial aid on unemployment.

Other governmental social security is marked to orphans and pupils of boarding schools; to persons who live in nursing homes for elderly and disabled, etc.; to persons who are at government or social organization maintenance.

Dependant is marked to persons who are engaged in cooking in household, caring for children or other relatives, etc., and to persons who live off relatives or others' money.

Dependant is also marked to persons for whom alimony are paid. For example, if alimony is paid for minor children, even if it is received by their mother (father), "dependant" is marked to children but not to mother (father).

Other source is marked to persons whose source of living is a source that is not included in the mentioned above (e.g., savings) and also to ministers of religion (priests, rabbis, etc.)

Those who do not work 22 days or more due to job changing, source of their living is marked (such as "Dependant", "Other source", etc.).

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Instructions for recording responses to questions 14-19 in a census questionnaire

Questions 14-19 in the form 2C are filled only for respondents who are permanently resident in the dwelling (including temporarily absent). For persons who live in this dwelling temporarily, i.e. for those to whom in the form 1 "temporarily living in the dwelling" is marked, responses to questions 14-19 in the form 2C are not filled.

Question 14 "The full name of institution, organization, enterprise, own business where you are engaged in main activity, type of activity (specify)"

The answer to this question is written down to persons to whom in question 13 of the census questionnaire "Your source of living" is marked from 1 to 7 "work ..". For these persons it should be written down the full name of the enterprise, institution or organization they work at indicating the type of activity. Thus name and type of activity of the enterprise, institution or organization, where the respondent works, should be written down in detail. (For example, it should be written down: the plant "Sokil" -- flat-rolled enterprise but not just the plant "Sokil"; the factory "Lastivka" - sewing clothes but not just the factory "Lastivka").

In some cases you can specify only the type of activity or production of this enterprise, institution or organization (such as machine-building plant, trading company, purchasing and selling computer equipment enterprise, the organization of software development, etc.).
The name of the enterprise, institution or organization should not be abbreviated (for example, you cannot write down KWRP, you should write down "Kyiv wagon-repair plant." Only well-known abbreviations are acceptable (eg, RAGS -- [civil registry office], NDI -- [research institute], etc.).

The full name of the organization and its type activity is written down to persons who work for trade organizations (for example, shop-warehouse "Master" - wholesale trade of building materials; shop "Voloshka" - retail trading of food products; supermarket "Zorianyi" - retail trade of food and non-food products).

The full name of the organization and its type of activity is written down to persons who work for construction organizations, companies, etc., (e.g. building and construction department number 7 - construction of residential buildings; construction company "Obriy" - installation of electrical-heating equipment).

To persons who work at canteens, medical centres, hair salons, etc. under the enterprises, institutions, organizations, you should write down the name of canteen, medical centre, hair salon, etc.., not the name of the enterprise, institution, organization where they provide service for employees (e.g., canteen in the school number 182, medical centre in the machine-tool plant).

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To persons who work for multipurpose production organizations, companies, etc., first you should write down the full name of a particular enterprise or unit, where the respondent works, and then the name of the organization or company that includes these enterprises and units should be indicated (e.g., fruit-canning plant of agro-company "Tavriya"; sewing workshop of the service centre "Central").

To persons who work in the agricultural (farmer) enterprise, you should specify their specialization, for example: agricultural (farmer) enterprise, growing vegetables or agricultural (farmer) enterprise, stock-rearing. If these farms have more than one activity (specialization), you should indicate the most profitable one in the current year.

You should write down individuals to those who employed by individuals.

You should write down the name of enterprise and indicate the type of activity to persons who work for their own business. (e.g. workshop "Svityaz" - shoes repair; the company "Orion" - car service and repair, etc.).

You should write down self-employment and indicate the type of activity to those who are self-employed (for example, "self-employment, repair of TVs" or "self-employment, retail trade of tobacco", etc.).

You should write down the full name of enterprise and indicate the type of activity to persons who work without payment at family enterprise (e.g., the enterprise "Lyudmila", laundry).

Private plot is written down to persons who are engaged only in private plots (agricultural work and (or) livestock management).

To persons who have two or more jobs (holding several employments), as well as to those who work part of the year at one enterprise (institution or organization), and part of the year - at another, you should write down the full name of the enterprise (institution or organization), work on which the respondent considers the main (indicating the type of its activity).

To persons who worked at seasonal jobs in spring, summer or autumn (for example at peat field, timber rafting (floating), water transport, fisheries), and at the time of population Census do not work, the full name of the place of work in the last season is written down.

To women who are on leave to care for a child until she/he (a child) reaches the age of three or six years, the full name of the enterprise, institution or organization where they are on the staff is written down (indicating the type of activity of the enterprise, institution or organization).

To persons who do not work for three weeks or less due to job changing, you should write down "changing job" and indicate the full name of the recent place of employment and its type of activity. "No" is written down to persons who do not work for 22 days or more due to job changing.

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To students of the course, group or individual apprenticeship you should write down the full name of enterprise where they undergo training on the job indicating the type of its activity.
No is written down to all other students including students of specialized vocational schools.
If a student is permanently working at the enterprise, institution, organization, etc. or working on an individual basis, then you should write down the full name of the enterprise (institution, organization, etc.), where he/she (a student) is working and indicate the type of the enterprise's activity.

To persons who are studying at retraining and professional development courses the full name of the place of work is written down (indicating the type of its activity).

To persons who have any permanent job and at the same time receive pension, allowance, scholarship or are engaged in private plot you should write down the full name of enterprise (institution, organization, etc.) they work at, indicating the type of its activity.

To persons who work on an individual basis and at the same time receive pension, allowance, scholarship or are engaged in private plot or in household you should write down "individual labour activity", indicating the type of its activity.

If a respondent is working at the enterprise as laid-off workers of trade union committee you should write down: trade union committee of car repair plant "Yakir" but not just car repair plant "Yakir".

To persons who are engaged in the field of religious faiths you should write down the name and place of religious services (church, mosque, synagogue, convent, etc.). To persons who work at enterprises that belong to religious organizations you should write down the name of enterprise, not the name of a religious organization (for example, to persons who are engaged in editions of newspapers and magazines of religious organizations you should write down the publisher's name).

To non-working pensioners, scholars as well as to pensioners and scholars who have temporary job or are engaged in private plots; to the orphans and persons who live in nursing homes for the elderly and disabled and to others who are at state maintenance or dependents of individuals and to other unemployed persons you should write down no.

Question 15 -Your occupation at the main job (indicate in detail a occupation, position or work)

To persons with occupation that brings earnings or income you should write down the name of occupation by the place of work which is indicated in the answer to question 14 of the form 2C.

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Occupations must be recorded in detail. You cannot write down just managing, master, driver, operator; you should specify, for example, managing of editorial office, managing of the library, drilling master, fuse master, belt man, electric locomotive operator.

General worker is written down only to those who are engaged in various unskilled jobs (excluding agriculture), while in other cases it is necessary to find out the nature of work and write down, for example, loader or washer of dishes rather than general worker.

If a respondent works at agricultural enterprise and has a concrete occupation then you should write down this occupation (e.g., milkmaid, calf-woman, livestock expert, foreman of tractor brigade, gardener, wine grower, etc.). If a respondent performs various agricultural works and has no specific occupation you should write down agriculture. Agriculture is also written down to an employee who is engaged in his own agriculture (farmer) enterprise.

To persons who work on an individual basis in creative activity, composer, writer, etc. is written down. To other persons who work on an individual basis, you should write down the name of craft/occupation (such as seamstress, baker, shepherd, photographer, dentist, etc.).

To those who are employed by individuals you should write down the name of concrete work (for example, personal secretary, housekeeper, nurse, driver, gatekeeper, etc.).
If a respondent is employed by the enterprise as a manager you should specify, for example, director of enterprise, commercial director of the company and so on.

If a respondent is an owner of enterprise or organization, you should write down director of his own enterprise or owner of organization based on answers to question 14 of form 2C.

To persons who have a second job; to those who work part of the year at one enterprise (institution or organization) and another part of the year - at the second enterprise; to those who worked at seasonal jobs in spring, summer and autumn, and at the time of population Census do not work you should write down the occupation at the place of employment that was indicated in the response to question 14 of form 2C.

To women who are on leave to care for a child until she/he (a child) reaches the age of three or six years, you should write down the occupation at the place of employment that was indicated in the response to question 14 of form 2C.

To persons who do not work for three weeks or less due to job changing, you should write down the occupation at the recent place of employment. No is written down to those who do not work for 22 days or more due to job changing.

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Specialty is written down to students of course, group or individual apprenticeship (such as student-miller). No is written down to all other students including students of specialized vocational schools.If a student has a permanent job or occupation you should write down this job or occupation. To those who are studying at retraining courses you should write down the occupation at the place of employment which was indicated in the response to question 14 of Census questionnaire.

To persons who have any permanent job or occupation and at the same time receive a pension, allowance, scholarship or are engaged in private plot, you should write down the performed work or occupation.

To persons who are engaged only in their private plots (agricultural work and (or) caring for livestock), private plot is written down. Non-working pensioners and scholars, as well as pensioners and scholars who have temporary job or are engaged in private plots; to orphans; to persons maintenance or dependents of individuals and to other unemployed persons you should write down no.

Question 16 - Location of your work

The answer to this question is filled to all persons, to whom answers to the questions 14 and 15 of the form 2 C were filled.

In the territory of residence is marked to persons whose place of work is located in the territory of their permanent (usual) residence.

To the workers in the territory that is not the same with the territory of permanent (usual) residence you should write down one of the following name: the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Vinnytska, Volynska, Dnipropetrovska, Donetska, Zhytomyrska, Zakarpatska, Zaporizka, Ivano-Frankivska, Kyivska, Kirovohradska, Luhanska, Lvivska, Mykolaivska, Odeska, Poltavska, Rivnenska, Sumska, Ternopilska, Kharkivska, Khersonska, Cherkaska, Chernivetska oblasts, Kyiv and Sevastopol cities or the name of other state.

For example, if a respondent permanently resides in Donetska oblast and works in Luhanska oblast or in Russia, you should indicate Luhanska oblast or Russia.

Question 17 -Your status in employment (your occupation?)

A mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.
The status of persons in employment is defined by the place of work and occupation that is the answer to the questions 14 and 15 in the form 2C.

Employed is marked to persons who work under employment agreement, contract or oral arrangement with management of enterprise, organization, institution of any form of ownership or with individual and obtain a reward in the form of remuneration of labour (money or in kind).

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This mark is also written down to persons who are selected to elective position; members of the family who work at family enterprise with remuneration of labour on the usual terms; employed in the field of religious faiths.

Member of collective enterprise, cooperative is marked to persons who own the part of property of the enterprise (cooperative) that produces goods or provides services they work at. Thus each member of the owners group has equal rights with other members concerning production process management, sales of products, investment, profit distribution and so on.

Employer is marked to persons who run their own business or are engaged in professional or commercial activity on an independent basis and employ one or more workers to do this work.

Self-employed is marked to persons who run their own business or engaged in professional or commercial activity on an independent individual basis and do not employ workers to do this work.

Family member who works without payment is marked to persons who work without fixed payment and legal arrangements of labor relations at family enterprise headed by one of the household's member and income from which is shared by all members of household.

Question 18 - Do you continuously live in this settlement since birth?

A mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.

Yes is marked to those who have always lived in the settlement since birth. This does not depend on residence permit and its type (permanent or temporary) and is not broken by address changing within the one settlement or rural area of the one administrative region. It is also not broken by departure from the settlement to go military service and abroad on a business trip; all departures from the settlement for the period not more than 12 months.

No is marked to persons who live in the urban settlement not since birth including those who was born here but left for permanent residence (for the period 12 months and more) to another urban settlement or rural area.

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No is marked to persons who live in the rural area of the administrative region not since birth including those who was born here but left for permanent residence (for the period 12 months and more) to another urban settlement or rural area of another administrative region.

For persons who answered no you should fill in the following questions:

a. if no, please indicate the year from which you continuously live.

You should indicate a year from which a respondent continuously resides in this city or rural settlement of the administrative area. To persons (both born in this settlement and those who live in it since birth) who went from this settlement to another place of residence for a period of 12 months or more you should indicate the year when they returned to this settlement for the last time.

Also you should make a mark if the time of moving is within the period from the 5th of December 2000 to the 5 of December 2001.

b. place of previous residence (specify).

To those whose place of previous residence was in Ukraine, one of the names is indicated: the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Vinnytska, Volynska, Dnipropetrovska, Donetska, Zhytomyrska, Zakarpatska, Zaporizka, Ivano-Frankivska, Kyivska, Kirovohradska, Luhanska, Lvivska, Mykolaivska, Odeska, Poltavska, Rivnenska, Sumska, Ternopilska, Kharkivska, Khersonska, Cherkaska, Chernivetska oblasts, Kyiv and Sevastopol cities. For those who came from another country you should write down its name.

c. type of settlement a person arrived from.

A mark that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response is written down.
If a respondent came from a city or urban-type locality in this settlement, then you should mark urban; if from a rural settlement - rural. You should not take into consideration administrative and territorial changes that took place after responder's departure from his/her previous place of residence. For example, if the rural settlement, where a respondent lived before moving in a city, was converted to urban settlement or included into the territory of a city, you should mark rural in point b.

d. Are you ____

You should make a mark for people who are refugees or deportees.
Refugees are foreigners (or stateless persons) arrived in Ukraine who had to leave the territory of the country of their citizenship (or territory of the country of their permanent residence) due to well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, nationality, religion, membership of a particular social group or political opinion and cannot or do not wish to be under protection of that country because of mentioned concerns.

Furthermore, a decision on provision of refugee status to those people was made according to the procedure and under the conditions stipulated by the legislation of Ukraine.
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Deportees are people arrived in Ukraine (and their family members - wife / husband / children, grandchildren) who were forcibly evicted beyond the current territory of Ukraine from their homes and in respect of them the repressive policy with confiscation of property, setting regime of special settlements, restriction of political, civil, social, economic and cultural rights was carried out and who are returned to their homeland.

Question 19 - Have you given birth to a child(ren)?
(For women aged 15 and above)

A mark is written down that corresponds to the one of the mentioned variant of response to women aged 15 and above (both those who are married (registered or unregistered) and are not married).

If yes is marked, then

a. the number of children were born you should indicate the total number of born children (excluding stillbirths), regardless of whether all children are alive at present or not and whether they are in this household with this woman or live separately. At that adopted children as well as husband's children from a previous marriage are not included in the number of children to whom birth was given by this woman.

b. how many of them are alive you should indicate the number of alive children at the time of population census. If at the time of population census all children born by a woman are not alive, you should write down 0 in point b.

Answers in points a and b are written down in a specially outlined boxes in figures (eg 1, 2, 3 .. 10, etc.).

If a woman has not given birth to a child no is marked and in points a and b you should write down 0.

To persons aged under 15 the answers to these questions are usually not filled. If only a woman gave birth to children, you should write down the number of children born by the woman and indicate how many of them are alive.

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To help census enumerators

Regulations on procedure of population survey

Before completing the list of living in a dwelling and census questionnaires, enumerator should:

1. Find out how many households are in this dwelling (single-family dwelling, apartment, room, etc.).

2. Determine the composition of each household. Ask who of household adult members would be written down first.

3. Find out for each household member:
a. who permanently (usual) lives in this dwelling and who of them as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December was at home and who was absent (for what reason and how long);
b. who resides in this dwelling temporarily and where these people were as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December;
c. if someone have stop in this dwelling as of midnight from 4th to 5th of December.
You should ask these questions to respondents in each dwelling, regardless of what day of population census enumerator will visit the dwelling.

4. Based on received responses and on the provisions of the Regulations you should determine the categories of respondents on which census documentation must be filled in. Then fill in the census documents on the dwellings (cover) (form 3) and List of household members living in a dwelling and their living conditions (form 1).
After completing section 1 of the list of resident persons in the dwelling (form 1) you should read aloud all the made notes and make sure that none of the persons who should be enumerated in this dwelling is not missed, and after that you should start filling the section 2 Households living conditions.

5. In each household which resides in the dwelling (except for persons who are in institutional settings or homeless) you should ask these questions.
Question 1: "Type of dwelling (private house, part of private house, individual or communal apartment, hostel, etc.".
Question 2: "Number of occupied living rooms".
Question 3: "Size of the total and living space occupied by your household"
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Question 4: "Do you or members of your household possess agricultural land plots?"
Question 5: "Indicate type of ownership: private property, rented, other"
Question 6: "What is the total area of all household members' land plot?"
Question 7: "Do you lease your land plots?"

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6. After completing section 2 of the list of resident persons in the dwelling you should start filling census questionnaire (form 2C). You should write down the household members in the census questionnaire strictly in the same order in which they are written down in the list of living in the dwelling.

You should ask all members of the household the following questions:
Question 1: "Relations to the head of the household"
Do not forget to put in the specially outlined boxes mother's number (father's number) under which they were recorded within the household in the column 1 of the list of living in the dwelling.
Question 3: Fill in according to the notes in the columns 3 and 4 of section 1 of the list of living in the dwelling and mark "temporary resident in the dwelling" (form 1).
Question 4: "Date of birth" (indicate day, month, year)
You may determine the number of years without asking respondent but with the help of supporting table included in this Instruction.
Question 5: "Place of birth" (indicate: Autonomous Republic of Crimea, oblast, Kiev, Sevastopol, other country).
Question 6: "Indicate your nationality".
Question 7: "Mother language (indicate)"
If Ukrainian is not your mother language, please, indicate whether you know Ukrainian fluently.
Indicate other languages which you know fluently.
Question 8: "Citizenship" (Ukrainian / without / of other country (please indicate))

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Question 9: "Family status" or "Are you married?" If yes, find out: "Is your marriage registered?"
If no, find out: "Have you ever been married before?" If yes, indicate the reason of marriage dissolution: widow/widower or divorced/separated.
Do not forget to put in the specially outlined boxes wife's number (husband's number) under which they were recorded within the household in the column 1 of the list of living in the dwelling (form 1).
Question 10: "Your education" or "Completed educational establishment"
To properly determine the educational levels of persons who have not received complete general secondary education you should use the supporting tables that included in this Instruction.
Before you mark "illiterate" you should make sure that the respondent cannot really read in any language (even if slowly).
Question 11: "Have you graduated vocational school?"
Question 12: "Type of educational establishment where you are studying"
For persons aged below 7, indicate whether he/she attends preschool establishment.
Question 13: "Sources of living". Indicate the main one.
[Temporary living do not reply to the questions 14-19.]
Question 14: "Full name of enterprise, institution, organization, where you performed your main job, type of activity (indicate)".
Do not forget to fill in this question for persons who do not work at enterprises, institutions and organizations, but are engaged in agriculture (farming), work on an individual basis, employed by individuals, help at family enterprise without payment, work at private plot, etc.
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Question 15: "Your occupation" (indicate a position, work in detail).
Question 16: "Location of your main work"
If the place of main work is out the territory of permanent residence, please, indicate the region of Ukraine (Autonomous Republic of Crimea, oblast, Kiev, Sevastopol, other country)
Question 17: "Status in employment" (employee, member of productive cooperative, employer, self-employed).
All persons to whom the answers to questions 14 and 15 of census questionnaire were filled should answer this question.
Question 18: "Do you live in this settlement since birthday?"
If no, indicate the year since which you have been permanently living in this settlement and a place of your previous residence (Autonomous Republic of Crimea, oblast, Kiev, Sevastopol, other country - specify).
"Indicate the type of settlement from which you arrived: urban/rural".
"Are there refugee or deportee among members of your household?"
Question 19: For females. "Have you given birth to a child(ren)?"
If yes, specify: number of children you gave birth to; number of living children.

[Pages 40-41 containing a supplement table are omitted here.]

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Annex 2 to Instruction on all-Ukrainian population census 2001 conduction and census documentation completion

Supplemented table for determination of persons' educational level who do not get completed general secondary education

a. Basic general secondary education
Completed elementary school
Completed eight-year school (1963-1989 years)
Completed seven-year school in 1961 and earlier
Completed 7 classes in 1961 and earlier
Completed 8,9 classes of secondary school (1963-1989 years)
Completed 10 classes of eleven-years school
Studying in the 10-11th form
Studying at vocational establishment (except those who have completed general secondary education)
Dropped out of the 8th class in 1959/60 and earlier
Dropped out of the 9th class in 1988/89 and earlier
Dropped out of the 10-11th class
Dropped out of vocational establishment (except those who have completed general secondary education)

b. Primary general education
Completed primary school
Completed 3 classes in 1972 and later
Completed 4-6 classes in any year
Completed 7 classes in 1960 and later
Completed 8 classes in 1990 and later
Studying in the 5 -- 9th classes
Dropped out of the 4th class in 1972/73 and later
Dropped out of the 5 -- 7th class in any year
Dropped out of the 8th class in 1960/61 and later
Dropped out of the 9th class in 1989/90 and later

c. Do not have primary general
Completed 1, 2 classes of general high school
Completed 3 classes of general high school before 1972?
Studying in the 1 -- 4th form
Dropped out of the 1 -- 3th class of general high school
Dropped out of the 4th class in 1972/73 and earlier