Questionnaire Text

Argentina 1980 France 1975 Ireland 1981 Puerto Rico 1970
Argentina 2010 France 1982 Ireland 1991 Puerto Rico 1980
Armenia 2001 France 1990 Israel 1972 Puerto Rico 1990
Armenia 2011 France 1999 Israel 1983 Puerto Rico 2010
Belarus 1999 France 2006 Israel 1995 Romania 1977
Bolivia 1976 France 2011 Italy 2001 Romania 1992
Brazil 2000 Germany 1971 Jamaica 2001 Romania 2002
Brazil 2010 Germany 1981 Kyrgyz Republic 1999 Romania 2011
Canada 1971 Germany 1987 Mexico 2010 Sierra Leone 2004
Canada 1981 Ghana 2000 Mexico 2015 Slovenia 2002
Chile 1960 Ghana 2010 Mongolia 1989 Spain 1991
Chile 1970 Greece 1971 Mongolia 2000 Spain 2011
Chile 1982 Greece 1981 Morocco 1982 Thailand 1980
Chile 1992 Greece 1991 Morocco 1994 Turkey 2000
Chile 2002 Greece 2001 Morocco 2004 Uganda 1991
Costa Rica 1973 Greece 2011 Morocco 2014 Uganda 2002
Costa Rica 1984 Guatemala 1964 Nicaragua 1971 Uganda 2014
Cuba 2002 Honduras 1961 Pakistan 1998 United Kingdom 1991
Cuba 2012 Hungary 1970 Palestine 1997 United States 1960
Dominican Republic 1981 Hungary 1980 Palestine 2007 United States 1970
Ecuador 1990 Hungary 1990 Panama 1980 United States 1980
Ecuador 2001 Hungary 2001 Paraguay 1972 United States 2010
Ecuador 2010 Indonesia 1980 Paraguay 1982 United States 2015
Egypt 1986 Indonesia 1985 Paraguay 1992 Uruguay 1963
Egypt 1996 Indonesia 1990 Poland 1988 Uruguay 1975
Egypt 2006 Indonesia 1995 Poland 2002 Venezuela 1981
Ethiopia 1984 Indonesia 2005 Portugal 1981 Venezuela 1990
Ethiopia 1994 Iran 2006 Portugal 1991 Venezuela 2001
Ethiopia 2007 Iraq 1997 Portugal 2001
France 1968 Ireland 1971 Portugal 2011
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Argentina 1980 — source variable AR1980A_SHOWER — Shower or bathtub
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B. Dwelling

9. Sanitary service

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B. Dwelling

It is any housing fixed or mobile that has been built or adapted for housing persons. A house, apartment, trailer, tenant room, shack, hospital, and a room are all considered dwellings.


9. Toilet Facilities

a) Toilet.
With drainage of water, means that the elimination of residue is done through water channeled under pressure.

You will indicate if it drained to a public system, with other drainage systems; without drainage, or if there is no toilet.

[The instructions refer to a graphic of the census form.]

b) Shower or bath.
You will point out its existence or not and the availability of hot and cold water, cold only or the lack of facilities.


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Argentina 2010 — source variable AR2010A_BATH — Household have bathroom
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[Questions 3 to 19 were asked of inhabited households with persons present]


10. Does this household have a bathroom or latrine?

[] Yes
[] No - continue with 14

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Availability of bathroom/letrine: a space enclosed by walls, or dividers (wall that comes up from the floor to the height of two meters), used by the household for the removal of excrement. The bathroom/latrine can be inside or outside of the dwelling and be for exclusive use by the household or shared with other households.

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Argentina 2010 — source variable AR2010A_PRIVBATH — Private bath
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[Questions 3 to 19 were asked of inhabited households with persons present]


10. Does this household have a bathroom or latrine?

[] Yes
[] No - continue with 14


13. The bathroom or latrine is…

[] Only used by this household?
[] Shared with other households?

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Use of the bathroom / letrine: Habitual utilization of the bathroom for exclusive use or shared with another household.

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Armenia 2001 — source variable AM2001A_BATH — Bath or shower
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Q8. Do you have access to a bathroom or shower?
[] 1 Yes, within the dwelling unit
[] 2 Yes, in the building, but outside the dwelling unit
[] 3 Yes, outside the building
[] 4 Other

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B.8 Is there a bathroom or a shower?

a) Yes, in the dwelling unit: if there is a separate bathroom or shower in the dwelling unit regardless the type of the warm water supply (central, in the flat, including small water heaters by gas, wood). If there is no sewerage system in the dwelling system, then it is not regarded equipped with bathroom or shower.
b) Yes, in the building, but not in the dwelling unit: if there is a bathroom or a shower but not in the dwelling unit.
c) Yes, outside of the building: if the household uses the bathroom or a shower that is out of the building.
d) Other: if the replier uses other means for this reason except those mentioned above (for example he/she goes to the public bathroom, uses his/her friends', relatives' bathrooms)


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Armenia 2011 — source variable AM2011A_BATHRM — Bath or shower
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B13. Availability of bathing facilities

[] Yes, in dwelling unit
[] Yes, in building, not in dwelling unit, only for current household use
[] Yes, in building, not in dwelling unit, shared with other households
[] Yes, out of building, only for current household use
[] Yes, out of building, shared with other households
[] No
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Questions for the households

Sections B, C and D are to be filled out by occupied households.

Question B.13

Is there a bathroom or a shower?

Yes, in the dwelling unit - if there is a separate bathroom or shower in the dwelling unit regardless the type of the warm water supply (centralized, in the flat, including small water heaters by gas, wood). Besides if there is no sewerage system in the dwelling system, and then it is not regarded equipped with bathroom or shower.
Yes, in the building, but not in the dwelling unit for the one household- if there is a bathroom or a shower in the building but not in the dwelling unit and only one household uses it.
Yes, in the building, but not in the dwelling unit for shared with other households- if there is a bathroom or a shower in the building but not in the dwelling unit and several households share it.
Yes, outside of the building - if the household uses the bathroom or a shower that is out of the building.
Other - if the replier uses other means for this reason except those mentioned above (for example he/she goes to the public bathroom, uses his/her friends', relatives' bathrooms).


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Belarus 1999 — source variable BY1999A_BATH — Facilities: bath or shower
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II. Housing Conditions (Questions 1 - 4 to be completed for the dwelling)


4. Availability of essential facilities

[] 1 Electricity
[] 2 Floor electric cooker
[] 3 Piped gas
[] 4 Bottled condensed gas
[] 5 Central or district heating
[] 6 Heating from individual installation
[] 7 Stove heating
[] 8 Piped water
[] 9 Flush toilet
[] 10 Bath or shower
[] 11 Central hot water supply
[] 12 Hot water from individual boiler
[] 13 Telephone
[] 14 No specified facilities

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Question 4P. Availability of essential facilities

The codes are to be marked that correspond to one or more prompts offered.

A dwelling is considered equipped with:
- electricity when there is electrical wiring available;
- floor electric cooker when there is a floor electric cooker available.


A house with a detached kitchen (a special capital building intended for cooking), in which a floor electric cooker is installed is also considered equipped with a floor electric cooker;
- piped gas if there is a floor gas cooker available, which is connected with the gas line;
- bottled condensed gas if there is a floor gas cooker available, which is connected to the gas bottle.


A house with a detached kitchen, in which a floor gas cooker is installed, is also considered to be equipped with gas supply;
- central or district heating if heating is provided by the building boiler-room, quarter or district boiler-houses or by the heat and power station;
- heating from individual installation if heating is provided by the flat hot water heaters or local decentralized heating boilers of low capacity operating on gas or solid fuel;
- stove heating if the source of heating is a stove;
- piped water if there is a supply net within the house, to which water is supplied centrally from the water pipe or artesian well the year round.


A house with a detached kitchen is also considered equipped with water supply if a water tap connected to the water supply net is installed in the kitchen.

If there is a hydrant (a water pump) in the yard, but there is no water supply to the house, such dwelling is not to be considered equipped with water supply;
- flush toilet if there is a waste pipe inside the house for drainage of utility and fecal waters to the sewerage system or drain wells.

A house where the water supply is not available is not to be considered equipped with flush toilet.
- bath or shower if a bath or shower is installed both in a separate bathroom and in the other specially adapted room, irrespective of the way of hot water supply: centrally or from flat heaters, including heating boilers of low capacity and gas or wood water heaters.

A dwelling, in which a bath (shower) is installed but there is no sewerage available, is not to be considered equipped with bath or shower.
- central hot water supply if there is a special hot water supply intended for daily living needs;
- hot water from individual boilers if there is a special water pipe supplying water from gas or wood water heaters, flat heaters, including heating boilers of low capacity, for daily living needs;
- telephone if a telephone set is installed; if a radiotelephone is available, code 13 is also to be marked.


If one or another facility of a dwelling is temporarily idle (because of damage, repair or other reasons), the dwelling is to be considered equipped with these types of facilities.

If there is none of the above-mentioned facilities in a dwelling, the item "no specified facilities" is to be marked.

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Bolivia 1976 — source variable BO1976A_BATH — Shower, bathtub
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7. Shower or bathtub
[Question 7 was asked of persons in private dwellings, per Question 1.]

[] 1 Has, for exclusive use by this household
[] 2 Has, shared or common use
[] 3 None

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Question 7. Shower or bathtub

Mark box 1, if the shower or bathtub is only for the use of persons who make up the household that is being investigated.

Mark box 2, if the shower or bathtub is used by two or more households.

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Brazil 2000 — source variable BR2000A_NBATH — Number of bathrooms
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2.09 Number of bathrooms in home (consider only those that have a shower or bathtub and a toilet). If 0 (zero) go to question 2.10. If 1+, skip to 2.11.
_
If 9 or more, write 9.

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Question 2.09 (Sample) and 2.07 (Basic) - How many bathrooms are there in this household/dwelling? (Consider only those that have a shower or bathtub, and a toilet)

A bathroom is a room that has a shower or bathtub, and toilet.

Record the total number of bathrooms used exclusively by the residents of the household/dwelling.

If there are nine (9) bathrooms or more, record nine (9). If there is no bathroom, record 0 (zero).

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Brazil 2010 — source variable BR2010A_NBATH — Number of bathrooms for exclusive use
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2. For occupied permanent private housing units - Household characteristics.


2.05 How many bathrooms are there in this housing unit, exclusively used by residents? (Including those located outside or in the property.)

_ _ bathroom(s) with shower (or bathtub) and toilet
If 9 or more than 9, enter 9. If there is none, enter 0 (zero).
If 0 (zero), go to 2.06. Otherwise, go to 2.07.

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2.05 - How many bathrooms are in the household for residents' exclusive use? (Including those located in the yard or within the property)
[] Bathroom(s) with shower (or bathtub) and toilet (or WC)


This question inquires about the existence of a room used as a bathroom, which has a shower (or bathtub) and toilet (or WC) and that is for residents' exclusive use, including residents residing in rooms within the property.

Record the total number of bathrooms or if there is no bathroom, record 0 (zero).

If there are nine or more bathrooms, register 9 (nine).

Attention!
In some households, it is possible that the toilet and shower or bathtub is located in separate rooms. In this case, you should consider that the household has a bathroom and you should count the two rooms where the toilet and the shower are as one only.

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Canada 1971 — source variable CA1971A_BATH — Bath facilities
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H1 to H9 should be answered by the head of the household.
Note that the dwelling refers to the living quarters occupied by this household. See definition in instruction booklet.


H7. Does this household have the use of an installed bath or shower in this building?

[] Yes, for this household only
[] Yes, but also used by another household
[] No

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H7. An installed bath or shower is one operated from a piped water supply and equipped with a tap and drain. "Used by another household" means used in the same building. It does not mean used by another person or persons in the same dwelling.

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Canada 1981 — source variable CA1981A_BATHSN — Complete bathrooms
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16. How many bathrooms are there within this dwelling? (See Guide for further information.)
[] None
or
[] Number of complete bathrooms _ _
[] Number of half bathrooms _ _


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Chile 1960 — source variable CL1960A_BATHUSE — Bath use
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4. Bath facilities

a) The dwelling has an installed bath with:
[] 1 Hot water
[] 2 Cold water only
[] 3 Doesn't have a bath


b) The bath is used:
[] 1 Exclusively by this family
[] 2 By two or more families

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4. Bath Services

Bath services means bathing facilities, be they a shower or a bathtub. As the case may be, mark with an "X" whether the bath has hot water (box 1) or only cold water (box 2).

In cases where no bath facilities exist, mark box 3.

Note that a dwelling should not be considered to have bath facilities simply because it has a wash basin (batea) or laundry room.

Finally, make the appropriate notation according to whether the bath facilities (bathtub or shower) are for the exclusive use of the family (box 1) or are used by more than one family (box 2).

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Chile 1970 — source variable CL1970A_SHOWER — Shower or bath
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5. Water service for the dwelling


6. Availability of shower or bath in the household

A) Shower or bath, for the exclusive use

[] 1 with hot water
[] 2 without hot water


B) Shower or bath, shared use
[] 3 with hot water
[] 4 without hot water


C) [] 5 Has neither shower nor bath
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Question No. 6--Household's access to shower or bathtub

A. Exclusive use shower or bathtub

You should mark box 1 only if the household has a shower or bathtub that is for their exclusive use and which has hot water.

You should mark box 2 only if the household has a shower or bathtub that is for their exclusive use but which does not have hot water.

B. Common use shower or bathtub

You should mark box 3 if the shower or bathtub is used by 2 or more households that live in the same dwelling and has hot water.

You should mark box 4 if the shower or bathtub is used by 2 or more households that live in the same dwelling but does not have hot water.

C. No shower or bathtub

You should mark box 5 when the household's occupants don't have any type of shower or bathtub.

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Chile 1982 — source variable CL1982A_SHOWER — Have shower and bathtub
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10. Is there a shower or tub

1. Yes
For exclusive use of the home?

1. Yes ____
2. No ____


2. No
(Continue to question 11)
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10. Does it have a shower or bathtub?

If the household has a shower or bathtub, you should ask [Is it] for the exclusive use of this household? and fill in the oval that corresponds to the answer given by the informant.

[The above directions refer to a picture of question 10 in this section of the enumeration form.]

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Chile 1982 — source variable CL1982A_SHOWEREX — Exclusivity of shower use
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10. Is there a shower or tub

1. Yes
For exclusive use of the home?

1. Yes ____
2. No ____


2. No
(Continue to question 11)
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10. Does it have a shower or bathtub?

If the household has a shower or bathtub, you should ask [Is it] for the exclusive use of this household? and fill in the oval that corresponds to the answer given by the informant.

[The above directions refer to a picture of question 10 in this section of the enumeration form.]

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Chile 1992 — source variable CL1992A_SHOWER — Have shower or bathtub
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Only for private, occupied dwellings with people present (applies to questions 3 through 16)


9. Is there a shower and/or bath?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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9. Does it have a shower and/or bathtub?

If it has a shower and/or bathtub, you should fill in the corresponding circle.

[The above directions refer to a picture of question 9 in this section of the enumeration form.]

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Chile 2002 — source variable CL2002A_SHOWER — Availability of shower
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Only for private, occupied dwellings with people present [applies to questions 3 to 16]


14. Does this household have a shower?

[] Yes
[] No

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[Questions 3 through 16: Only for private dwellings which are occupied with people present.]


Question 14

This question asks about access to a shower (it could be a neighbor's shower). Don't confuse this question with question 9 of the Dwelling section. [These instructions refer to a graphic of question 14 on the census form. An arrow points from that graphic to a graphic of a person showering.]


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Costa Rica 1973 — source variable CR1973A_SEWER — Bathroom facility
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9. Bathroom facilities
By pipe:

[] 1 For this dwelling only
[] 2 For this and other dwellings


[] 3 By other means (specify) ____
[] 4 None

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5.2.- Question 9.- Bathroom facilities.

[Below the text is a filled out form.]

It is considered that the dwelling has a bath when it is provided from a place for these facilities. The place can be outside or inside the dwelling.

[5.2.1.-] Piped: The corresponding circle is to be marked if the bath receives water by means of pipes, for the exclusive use of a dwelling or for two or more dwellings.

5.2.2.- By other Means: Here the corresponding circle is marked when the dwelling has bath facilities, that does not receive water through pipes. Where the water comes from should be specified, for example: River, well, irrigation ditch, public source, etc.

5.2.3.- Does not have: When the dwelling does not have a place meant for bathing, the circle corresponding to "Does not have" will be marked.


In rented houses in narrow streets (pasajes) or when there are rooms in places to be rented and the bath is for the service of all the dwellings, it should be considered that each one has bath facilities.

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Costa Rica 1984 — source variable CR1984A_BATHROOM — Bathroom
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9. Bath facilities
[] 1 Only for this dwelling
[] 2 For this and other dwellings
[] 3 None

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Question 9: Bath Services

Not all dwellings of our country have bath services, that is, a place adapted in some way for washing, cleaning or grooming the body through the use of water. Also, in many cases when dwellings have a bath, this service is not exclusive for one dwelling, but rather is shared by two or more of them. So question 9 includes three alternatives of response that you can observe in the illustration that we offer below:

Bath services is only for the Dwelling that is being enumerated ; it is shared by this and other dwellings and finally it can be that the dwelling has no bath, in which you have to mark with an "X" circle 3.

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Cuba 2002 — source variable CU2002A_BATH — Presence of bathroom (for bathing)
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Section III. Information about the Private Dwelling


11. Does the dwelling have a bathroom or shower with running water installed and working drains?


a. Does the dwelling have a bathtub or shower with an installation of running water and drain for use?

(Mark only one per group)

[] 1 Exclusive use of the dwelling
[] 2 Shared among various dwellings
[] 3 Does not have - continue with question 12.

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Question 11. Does the dwelling have a bathroom or shower with running water installed and working drains?

This question refers to whether the dwelling does or does not have a space for personal hygiene and its location. You should consider as a bathroom or shower, any room or special space, separated from other rooms or spaces in the dwelling, whatever its size, that is designated for body washing, with running water and drains installed. This room can have or not have sanitary services (toilet) in addition.

The question has two parts and should be asked in the following manner: A) Does the dwelling have a bathroom or shower with running water and drains installed, for the exclusive use of this dwelling, for shared use of various dwellings, or is there none available?

If you will mark box 3 (does not have), you should not ask part B) and you will continue directly with question 12.

Part B) will be asked of the dwellings where you marked boxes 1 or 2, asking, is the bathroom or shower located inside the dwelling or outside of it?

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Cuba 2012 — source variable CU2012A_BATH — Presence of bathroom (for bathing)
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Section III. Private housing data
[Applies to questions 1-16]

13. [Bathroom]

Only mark one per subsection.

A) Does the home have a bath or shower with running water and drainage...?
[] 1 Used exclusively by the home
[] 2 Shared by several homes
[] 3 Not present (go to question 14)
B) The bath or shower is located
[] 1 Within the home
[] 3 Outside of the home
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Section III. Private housing data.

Question 13. Does the home have a shower room or bathroom with running water and plumbing?
This question asks whether the home has an area for person hygiene, and its location. Any designated space or area separated from other rooms or bedrooms of the home, regardless of its size, which is used specifically for bodily hygiene and has running water and drainage is considered a bathroom or shower room. It may or may not additionally contain a sanitation system.
The question contains two subsections and is asked as follows:
A) Does the home have a bathroom or shower room with running water and drainage used exclusively by this home, shared by several homes, or is none present?
If box 3 is marked (not present) do not ask subsection B) and go directly to question 14.

Subsection B) will be asked of homes which marked box 1 or 2, asking:
Is the bathroom or shower room located inside or outside of the home?
In the event that the home has more than one bath or shower room, and they are located in different places in the home (one inside and one outside), gather the information of the one that is most frequently used.
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Dominican Republic 1981 — source variable DO1981A_BATHLOC — Bathroom
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17. Bath

a) Does this dwelling have a bath room?
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside of the dwelling
[] 3 Does not have
b) Is the bath for the exclusive use of this dwelling?
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
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Question 17: Bathroom
a) Does the dwelling have a bathroom?

The alternatives are read and the corresponding circle is filled in.
b) Is the bathroom for the exclusive use of the dwelling?

If it is only used by persons living in the dwelling, circle 1 (yes) is filled in.

If it is used by persons from 2 or more dwellings, circle 2 (no) is filled in.

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Dominican Republic 1981 — source variable DO1981A_BATHUSE — Use of bathroom exclusive to dwelling
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17. Bath

a) Does this dwelling have a bath room?
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside of the dwelling
[] 3 Does not have
b) Is the bath for the exclusive use of this dwelling?
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
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Question 17: Bathroom
a) Does the dwelling have a bathroom?

The alternatives are read and the corresponding circle is filled in.
b) Is the bathroom for the exclusive use of the dwelling?

If it is only used by persons living in the dwelling, circle 1 (yes) is filled in.

If it is used by persons from 2 or more dwellings, circle 2 (no) is filled in.

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Ecuador 1990 — source variable EC1990A_SHOWER — Shower
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5. What shower facilities does the household have?
[] 1 Exclusive for this household
[] 2 Shared use by various households
[] 3 None

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Question 5. What bathing service is available to the household?

Mark box 1, if the household that you are investigating has a shower for exclusive use of the household.

Mark box 2, shared use with various households, when the shower is used by members of two or more households in a dwelling unit, and also when it is used by the households of various dwelling units.

Mark box 3, none, when the household does not have a shower.

Question 5. What bathing service is available to the household?
[ ] 1 Shower for exclusive use of the household
[ ] 2 Shared use with various households
[ ] 3 None


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Ecuador 2001 — source variable EC2001A_SHOWER — Shower
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6. The bathing system (shower) available to this household is:
[ ] 1 For the exclusive use of the household
[ ] 2 Shared by various households
[ ] 3 None

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Question 6.- The shower service that this household has is:

[There is a picture of question 6 from this section of the enumeration form.]

Mark box 1 if the household that you are investigating has a shower for the exclusive use of the household.

Mark box 2, for the common use of various households, if the shower is used by the members of two or more households in the same dwelling and also when it is used by the households of other dwellings.

Mark box 3, doesn't have, when the household doesn't have a shower.

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Ecuador 2010 — source variable EC2010A_BATH — Facilities or shower for bathing for the household
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Section 2: Information about the household.
[Questions 1-15 were asked for private dwellings.]


4. Does this household have a space with installations for showering or bathing:

[] 1 For the exclusive use of the household?
[] 2 Shared with various households?
[] 3 Does not have


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Egypt 1986 — source variable EG1986A_BATHROOM — Bathroom (bath with toilet)
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Facilities

Bathroom (bath and toilet)

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 None
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Facilities:
1. Kitchen: means the place that takes the shape of a big or small room and is basically used for cooking food.
2. Bathroom with toilet: means the bathroom that has a toilet in it.
3. Separate bathroom: means the bathroom without a toilet inside.
4. Separate toilet: means a toilet without a bathroom.

In all cases a circle:

number (1) that mains if the kitchen or bathroom or the toilet etc. are used by the household only.
number (2) if the household share with other household the used of kitchen, bathroom or toilet.
number (3) if the kitchen or bathroom etc. are not available.

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Egypt 1986 — source variable EG1986A_SHAREBATH — Separate bath
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Facilities

Separate bath

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 None
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Facilities:
1. Kitchen: means the place that takes the shape of a big or small room and is basically used for cooking food.
2. Bathroom with toilet: means the bathroom that has a toilet in it.
3. Separate bathroom: means the bathroom without a toilet inside.
4. Separate toilet: means a toilet without a bathroom.

In all cases a circle:

number (1) that mains if the kitchen or bathroom or the toilet etc. are used by the household only.
number (2) if the household share with other household the used of kitchen, bathroom or toilet.
number (3) if the kitchen or bathroom etc. are not available.

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Egypt 1996 — source variable EG1996A_BATHEX — Separate bathroom
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Separate bathroom
[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 None

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Facilities:
1. Kitchen: means the location that takes the shape of a big or small room and it is basically made for food preparation
2. Bathroom with toilet: means the bathroom which has a toilet inside
3. Separate bathroom: means the bathroom with no toilet inside it
4. Separate toilet: means a toilet without a bathroom

In all cases the circle is put ink in front of No.(1) if the household alone uses the kitchen, bathroom with toilet...etc.
In front of No.(3) if the kitchen, bathroom ...etc. are not available
The facilities are either inside or outside the housing unit but, they are inside the building

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Egypt 1996 — source variable EG1996A_TOILET — Bathroom facility with toilet
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Bathroom
[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 None

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Facilities:
1. Kitchen: means the location that takes the shape of a big or small room and it is basically made for food preparation
2. Bathroom with toilet: means the bathroom which has a toilet inside
3. Separate bathroom: means the bathroom with no toilet inside it
4. Separate toilet: means a toilet without a bathroom

In all cases the circle is put ink in front of No.(1) if the household alone uses the kitchen, bathroom with toilet...etc.
In front of No.(3) if the kitchen, bathroom ...etc. are not available
The facilities are either inside or outside the housing unit but, they are inside the building

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Egypt 2006 — source variable EG2006A_BATHROOM — Separate bathroom
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Table 2: Housing characteristics
[Questions in table 2 are asked of all persons, except for the question on educational status]


Utilities


Separate bathroom

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

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Table 2: Housing characteristics
Mark the correct response number in the square or squares allotted for answering each question. The answer also must be recorded in words beside the square for the questions on dwelling type and ownership type.


Utilities:
This includes the kitchen, bathrooms with a toilet, separate bathrooms, and separate toilets.

Separate bathroom means a bathroom without a toilet. Separate toilet means a toilet without a bathroom. In all cases, answer (1), (2) or (3) is placed inside the square according to the availability of the utility in the household. (1) When the household has a separate utility; (2) When the household shares the utility with another household(s); (3) When the utility is not available.


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Egypt 2006 — source variable EG2006A_BATHTOIL — Bathroom with toilet
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Table 2: Housing characteristics
[Questions in table 2 are asked of all persons, except for the question on educational status]


Utilities


Bathroom with toilet

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

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Table 2: Housing characteristics
Mark the correct response number in the square or squares allotted for answering each question. The answer also must be recorded in words beside the square for the questions on dwelling type and ownership type.


Utilities:
This includes the kitchen, bathrooms with a toilet, separate bathrooms, and separate toilets.

Separate bathroom means a bathroom without a toilet. Separate toilet means a toilet without a bathroom. In all cases, answer (1), (2) or (3) is placed inside the square according to the availability of the utility in the household. (1) When the household has a separate utility; (2) When the household shares the utility with another household(s); (3) When the utility is not available.


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Ethiopia 1984 — source variable ET1984A_BATH — Bathroom type
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56. What type of bathing facility does the housing unit have?

[] 1 None
[] 2 Bath tub, private
[] 3 Bath tub, shared
[] 4 Shower, private
[] 5 Shower, shared
[] 6 Bath tub and shower, private
[] 7 Bath tub and shower, shared
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Column 56: What kind of bathing facility does the house have?

The type of bathroom the house has will be asked and based on the response one of the options given below is identified and circled. The code selected will be entered in column 56 card column 48.

1 = None
2 = Bath tub, private
3 = Bath tub, shared
4 = Shower, private
5 = Shower, shared
6 = Bath tub and shower, private
7 = Bath tub and shower, shared

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Ethiopia 1994 — source variable ET1994A_BATHU — Type of bathroom (urban households)
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Section 4: Detail Information on Housing Units
General Instruction
The enumerator should closely consider the following points before collecting data about housing units.

1. Information on the housing units is collected if and only if the housing unit is used for residential purpose, be it for residence only or for residence and enterprise purposes on the date of enumeration.
2. If the housing unit is used only for enterprise purpose at the time of the census the information will not be collected.
3. In this section, all possible answers are coded and first circle the right code of the answer and then enter the code in the given card column.
4. While collecting information regarding the materials with which the wall, roof, ceiling and floor are made, the enumerator should also include his own observation to improve the quality of the data.
5. The enumerator is supposed to have a good understanding of the definitions of terms such as room, ceiling, protected well/spring, etc. and he should explain to the respondent, on such terms so that the can get the correct answer to the questions.
6. If there more than 10 members in the household and forced to use an additional questionnaire, the housing unit information is collected on the last page of the questionnaire and make "-" on housing section of the other questionnaires.
7. If two or more households are found in a single housing unit, information about the housing unit is collected only once. In other words if two households are found in one housing unit, information regarding the housing unit is collected by asking one of the households only. However, the housing unit will be considered as having a certain amenity, if one of the household reports them.
8. For collective quarters, for hotel/hostel residents housing data will not be collected. To indicate that housing information will not be collected, make "-" in the all columns. The enumerator should however, remember that housing information will be collected for the regular households residing in collective quarters, hotel/hostel, etc.
Chapter Four
Instructions for Filling the Population and Housing Census Questionnaires in Urban Areas

Two types of census questionnaires are prepared for urban areas: short and long questionnaires. The long questionnaire will be filled in for the selected sample households, for all hotels/hostels and for other collective quarters' inmates. It should be noticed again that the short questionnaire is to be filled in for the rest households (for unselected households). The instruction given below is to fill in the long questionnaire and this instruction is again used to the short questionnaire because questions included in the short questionnaire are parts and parcels of the long questionnaire. The questionnaire is filled in for residents of housing units coded as code 1, 2, 3 or 4 is entered in column 11. Note that, only short questionnaire will be administered for homeless peoples.

Section 4: Detail Information on Housing Units
General Instruction

In this section information on urban housing units are collected.
The enumerator should closely consider the following points before collecting data about housing units.

1. Information on the housing units is collected if and only if the housing unit is used for residential purpose, be it for residence only or for residence and enterprise purposes on the date of enumeration.
2. If the housing unit is used only for enterprise purpose at the time of the census the information will not be collected.
3. In this section, all possible answers are coded and first circle the right code of the answer and then enter the code in the given card column.
4. If there is a radio and television in the housing unit we record it but if it is out of order the household does not have the intention to maintain it again we consider as there is no radio or television in the housing unit.
5. While collecting information regarding the materials with which the wall, roof, ceiling and floor are made, the enumerator should also include his own observation to improve the quality of the data.
6. The enumerator is supposed to have a good understanding of the definitions of terms such as room, ceiling, protected well/spring, etc. and he should explain to the respondent, on such terms so that the can get the correct answer to the questions.
7. If there more than 10 members in the household and forced to use an additional questionnaire, the housing unit information is collected on the last page of the questionnaire and make "-" on housing section of the other questionnaires.
8. If two or more households are found in a single housing unit, information about the housing unit is collected only once. In other words if two households are found in one housing unit, information regarding the housing unit is collected by asking one of the households only. However, the housing unit will be considered as having a certain amenity, if one of the household reports them.
9. For collective quarters, for hotel/hostel residents housing data will not be collected. To indicate that housing information will not be collected, make "-" in the all columns. The enumerator should however, remember that housing information will be collected for the regular households residing in collective quarters, hotel/hostel, etc.
Column 55: What type of bathing facility does the housing unit have?

In this question data regarding the type of bathing facility of the housing unit is collected in addition to data on whether this facility is shared or not is also collected.

A bathing facility is said to be private if the bath/shower is used by one or more households residing in the housing unit, and a bathing facility is said to be shared if it is shared with other households residing out side the housing unit.

1 = None
2 = Private bath
3 = Shared bath
4 = Private shower
5 = Shared shower
6 = Other

If a housing unit has a bath and a shower, priority is given to the bath. If the housing unit has a separate room purposely built to serve as a bath room and the household members bring water from somewhere else because the room does not get have the facility, the enumerator should circle code 6. However, if the household uses the toilet that was neither a bath nor a shower the bed room, the kitchen or any room that has not been built to serve as a bath room, the housing unit is considered as not having a bathing facility and the enumerator should circle code 1 among the given alternatives.


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Ethiopia 2007 — source variable ET2007A_BATH — Type of bathroom
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Section 5: Information on housing unit

7. What type of bathing facility does the housing unit have?

[] 1 No bathing facility
[] 2 Bathtub private
[] 3 Bathtub shared
[] 4 Shower private
[] 5 Shower shared
[] 6 A room prepared for bathing
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Question 7:- What type of bathing facility does the housing unit have?

In this question data regarding the type of bathing facility of the housing unit is collected in addition to data on whether this facility is shared or not is also collected.

A bathing facility is said to be private if the bath/shower is used by one or more households residing in the housing unit, and a bathing facility is said to be shared if it is shared with other households residing outside the housing unit.

1 = No bathing facility
2 = Private bath
3 = Shared bath
4 = Private shower
5 = Shared shower
6 = An empty room reserved for bathing

If a housing unit has a bath and a shower, priority is given to the bath. If the housing unit has a separate room purposely built to serve as a bath room and the household members bring water from somewhere else because the room does not get have the facility, the enumerator should mark code 6. However, if the household uses the toilet that was neither a bath nor a shower the bed room, the kitchen or any room that has not been built to serve as a bath room, the housing unit is considered as not having a bathing facility and the enumerator should mark code 1 among the given alternatives.


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France 1968 — source variable FR1968A_SHOWER — Bathing facilities
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7. Sanitary installations: Do you have a bathtub or a shower installed with running water and drain?
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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4.3.5. Question 7: Sanitary facilities
You will only take note of facilities to the exclusive use of the occupants of the dwelling. Thus, for a hotel, you will check box 3 (not bathtub, not shower) for a shower or bathroom shared by all the furnished bedrooms of a floor (dwelling category 3).

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France 1975 — source variable FR1975A_PLUMBING — Sanitary facilities in the dwelling
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4.3.5 Question 7: Sanitary facilities
You will only take note of facilities to the exclusive use of the occupants of the dwelling. Thus, for a hotel, you will check box 3 (not bathtub, not shower) for a shower or bathroom shared by all the furnished bedrooms of a floor (dwelling category 3).

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France 1982 — source variable FR1982A_SHOWER — Sanitary installations in dwelling
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7. Sanitary installations
Do you have a bathtub or a shower installed with running water and a drain?
[] 1 Bathtub
[] 2 Shower
[] 3 Neither bathtub nor shower


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France 1990 — source variable FR1990A_SHOWER — Bathing facilities

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 1999 — source variable FR1999A_BATH — Sanitary facilities
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8. Bathroom facilities
[] 0 No bathtub, no shower in the dwelling
[] 1 Bathtub or shower in a room not normally used as a bathroom
[] 2 One shower room (room reserved as a bathroom containing at least a shower or a bathtub)
[] 3 Two shower rooms or more


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France 2006 — source variable FR2006A_BATHING — Sanitary facilities (metropolitan France)
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9. What sanitary facilities are there in this dwelling?
[] 1 Neither bathtub nor shower
[] 2 Bathtub or shower in a room not used exclusively for bathing
[] 3 Bathroom (with shower or bathtub)


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France 2006 — source variable FR2006A_BATHING2 — Sanitary facilities (overseas departments)
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9. What sanitary facilities are there in this dwelling?
[] 1 Neither bathtub nor shower
[] 2 Bathtub or shower in a room not used exclusively for bathing
[] 3 Bathroom (with shower or bathtub)


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France 2011 — source variable FR2011A_BATHOD — Bathtub or shower (DOM-overseas department)
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Characteristics and comforts of the dwelling

[Housing sheet (DOM-Overseas Departments]

11) Does this dwelling have:
Check yes or no for each line

A bathtub or shower?

[ ] 1 Yes
[ ] 2 No

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France 2011 — source variable FR2011A_BATHFR — Bathroom (mainland France)
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Characteristics and comforts of the dwelling

9) What are the sanitation facilities for this dwelling?

[ ] 1 Neither a bathtub, nor a shower
[ ] 2 Bathtub or shower in a room not used exclusively for cleaning
[ ] 3 Bathroom (with shower or bathtub)

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Germany 1971 — source variable DE1971A_SHOWER — Dwelling has bath/shower
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A. Facilities in dwelling


25. The dwelling has a bath/shower:

[] 1 Available
[] 2 Not available

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A. Facilities in dwelling


The dwelling has a bath/shower:

[] 1 Available
[] 2 Not available


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Germany 1981 — source variable DE1981A_BATH — Location of bath/shower
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In the presence of a shower cubicle in the residence, then "bath/shower in the residence" should be marked.

If a communal bath is located in the building, then "bath/shower outside the residence, but in the building" should be stated.

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Germany 1987 — source variable DE1987A_SHOWER — Bath / shower
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Data on dwelling


Subtenants are not required to answer any further questions in the dwelling questionnaire
[Questions 2-10 were optional for subtenant occupants]


4. Are there inside the dwelling:

Several answers are possible

[] Kitchen
[] Kitchenette
[] Bath/shower
[] WC


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Ghana 2000 — source variable GH2000A_BATH — Bathing facilities
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H13 Bathing facilities: What type of bathing facility is used by this household?
[] 01 Own bathroom in quarters for exclusive use by household members
[] 02 A shared separate bathroom
[] 03 A private open cubicle
[] 04 A shared open cubicle
[] 05 Public bath house
[] 06 Bathroom in another house
[] 07 Open space around house
[] 08 In a river
[] 09 Lake or pond
[] 10 Other (specify) ________

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H13. Bathing facilities: What type of bathing facility is used by this household?

This question refers to where members of the household have their bath. It distinguishes between the availability of a separate room for bathing in the living quarters, an open cubicle for bathing in the house, a public bath house and other forms of bathing space.

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Ghana 2010 — source variable GH2010A_BATHRM — Bathing
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[H08- H12 and H13a were asked of all non-vacant households.]

H12: Bathing facilities
What type of bathing facility is used by this household?

[] 1 Own bathroom for exclusive use
[] 2 Shared separate bathroom in same house
[] 3 Private open cubicle
[] 4 Shared open cubicle
[] 5 Public bath house
[] 6 Bathroom in another house
[] 7 Open space around house
[] 8 In a river, pond, lake or dam
[] 9 Other (specify) ____
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H12. Bathing facilities: What type of bathing facility is used by this household?

This question refers to the place where members of the household have their bath. Bathing facilities are categorized into the following:

(1) Own bathroom for exclusive use - This category refers to households which have bathrooms for their own use (i.e. not shared with other households)

(2) Shared separate bathroom in the same house - Households which share a bathroom with other households in the same house should be classified in this category.

(3) Private open cubicle used for bathing - This category refers to open not roofed cubicle in the house used exclusively by the household.

(4) Shared open cubicle for bathing in the house - In this category the bathing cubicle in the house is shared with other households living in the house.

(5) Public bath house - This category refers to households which use public bathing facilities.

(6) Bathroom in another house - Households which use bathrooms in another house should be classified in this category.

(7) Open space around house - In this category there is no bathroom. Household members use the open space around the house for bathing.

(8) In a river/pond/lake/dam - Household members who have their bath in a river/pond/lake/dam should be classified under this category.

(9) Other (specify) - Other types of bathing space. You should record other types of bathing space used by the household not specified in the categories above.

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Greece 1971 — source variable GR1971A_BATH — Bathing facilities, bath or shower
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If it is a regular dwelling, ask all the following questions. If not, go to question 10.


5. Bathing facilities. Is there a bath or shower?
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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Questions 2-9 should not be completed for irregular dwellings.


57. Question 5, Bathing facilities

[Omitted, question 5 is repeated]

Answer "yes" if the dwelling contains a permanently-installed bath or shower and if, outside the building, there is a hydraulic installation supplying water for a flush toilet and for the household's water supply.


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Greece 1981 — source variable GR1981A_BATH — Bathing facilities. Is there a bath or shower? (Question A5)
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Amenities of regular dwelling.


5. Bathing facilities: Is there a bath or shower?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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79. Question 5, Bathing facilities

[Omitted, question 5 is repeated]

Yes will be recorded if there is in the dwelling a bath or shower permanently installed and outside the dwelling a hydraulic installation for their water supply as well as the flush toilet's.


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Greece 1991 — source variable GR1991A_BATH — Bathing facilities
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Amenities of regular dwelling



6. Bathing facilities.

[] 1 There is a bath or shower inside the dwelling.
[] 2 There is a bath or shower outside the dwelling.
[] 3 There is no bath or shower.


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Greece 2001 — source variable GR2001A_BATH — Bathing facilities
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(Questions 2 to 13 in Part A are to be completed only if the answer to question 1 is 1 or 2.)


9. Bathing facilities

There is a bath or shower
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside the dwelling, but private
[] 3 Communal
[] 4 There is no bath or shower.


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Greece 2011 — source variable GR2011A_BATH — Bath or shower facilities
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Amenities of conventional dwelling or other living quarters
[Questions 5 through 12 were asked of all households]

9. Bathing or shower facilities.

[] 1 In the housing unit
[] 2 Outside the housing unit
[] 3 No bathing or shower facilities
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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.

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Guatemala 1964 — source variable GT1964A_BATH — Bathroom
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VII. Housing services and amenities
[Mark only one box in each division]

Water

25. Bath

[] 1 Shower or bathtub
[] 2 Washstand
[] 3 None
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VII. Services and amenities of the dwelling

In this section, we investigate the existence and characteristics of some of the services that should be in every dwelling, such as water, drains, lighting, etc.

a) Water:
In this part of the form, we want to obtain necessary information to know the way in which the occupants of the dwelling are supplied with water; this knowledge is a great importance for the municipalities, sanitary authorities, and other offices and institutions, for the development of water supply systems to the populated areas.

Delivery system: The first information to be collected refers to whether or not the dwelling is supplied with water that is delivered through pipes that belong to a municipal or public system, or an individual system (pressurized deposit, pumps, etc.). The pipes can enter the dwelling for direct supply to the inhabitants or can end outside the dwelling, in a fountain or public faucet.

It is considered that the dwelling has "running water" if the occupants are supplied with water through pipes installed in the dwelling or from faucets or fountain, water deposits or water tanks, supplied by pipelines and that are not at a distance of more than one block from the dwelling.

[p. 27]

It is considered that the dwelling "has no running water" when the occupants get their water supply directly from a river, spring, natural spring, well, irrigation ditch, etc., which means that there is no pipeline. Likewise, will be include in the same category those dwellings that are supplied through a public network (water tank, faucet, water deposit, etc.) when the point from where they obtain water is more than one block from the dwelling. Will be included in this category those dwellings that have barrels or deposits that are filled with buckets, which means that the occupants carry the water to fill them.

The last aspect to investigate in this section dedicated to water is related to the bathing facilities available to the dwelling, line 25. The two following alternatives are:

1) There is a shower or bathtub.
2) In absence of a shower or bathtub, there is a water tank used as a water source for bathing, as long as it has a connection to a water "faucet." (They should not take into account the barrels of deposit that they eventually use for storing water).

According to the case, you will mark X in the corresponding small box.


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Honduras 1961 — source variable HN1961A_BATH — Bathroom
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Only for private dwellings
[Questions 9-16 were asked of private dwellings]

9. [Use of the] Bathroom

[] 1 Exclusive use
[] 2 Shared use
[] 3 None
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Cell number 9: Bathroom
If either box number 1 or number 2 is marked for cell number 6 (piped water in the dwelling), the enumerator should ask if the dwelling has a bathroom; if not, box number 3 (does not have [bathroom]) is marked.

A dwelling has a bathroom if it has a room meant for this use, supplied with a shower, bathtub, or other appliance and only if water arrives via pipes.

If the dwelling has a bathroom, mark one of the boxes corresponding to whether it is for the exclusive use of the family or whether it is shared by multiple families. If the dwelling does not have a bathroom, box number 3 (does not have [bathroom]) is marked.


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Hungary 1970 — source variable HU1970A_BATHROOM — Number of bathrooms
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B. Number of Rooms
[Question 1-12]

1. ____Rooms, 12 square-meter and larger

2. ____Semi-rooms, smaller than 12 square-meters, but at least 4 square-meter

3. ____Kitchens, 4 square-meter and larger

4. ____Kitchenettes, smaller than 4 square-meters

5. ____Larders

6. ____Bathrooms

7. ____Wash-basin alcoves, shower-rooms

8. ____Vestibules

9. ____Other rooms, cellars, garrets, summer kitchens and rooms for farming purpose excluded

10. ____Total

11. ____Summer kitchens

12. ____Of the rooms number of those having a floor of beaten earth

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Filling in the tables "b) Number of rooms"


Room:

Premises used for sleeping or daily stay, having natural lighting and at least 4 sq. meters total surface (living room, bedchamber, children's room, dining room) are regarded as a room.


Alcove (roomette):
The hatchway adjoining a room without door (alcove) must not be enumerated as a separate room.


Hall:
Vestibules having a natural light and at least 4 sq. meters total surface shall be regarded as a room. All the other vestibules (meaning no natural lighting or having less than 4 sq. meters will be marked in line 9 as "other premises"'.


1. Room
In the first row only the rooms having more than 12 sq. meters should enumerated.


2. Half-room
Half-room has a total surface between 4 -- 12 sq. meters .

6. Bathroom

A bathroom is a room supplied with a bathtub and connected to a waste water conduit used for sanitary purposes. In case there is no installed facility the premises should be enumerated as other premises.

A bathroom architecturally separated, though used by two dwellings, shall be enumerated as belonging the dwelling closer to it.

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Hungary 1980 — source variable HU1980A_BATH — Number of bathrooms
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Rooms
[Questions 5-11]


8. Bathroom (wash basin alcove, shower stall) ____

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6. Room

Rooms should be entered in descending order of the floor-space (e.g. 20, 16, 8 m2).

If the dwelling has more than six rooms the further rooms and their floor-space will be written into the box "Comments of the enumerator" (e.g. 6/14, 7/10), than the sum of the 6+ rooms (in our case 24 m2) will be entered into the heading "6th and more".

The roomette, dining corner must not be entered as a separate premises though their floor-space will be added to the adjoining room.

The premises of at least 4 m2 floor-space, having natural lighting and ventilation will be regarded as separate room.

Only the half of the total floor-space of the rooms in the attic should be taken into account. Furthermore these rooms will be regarded as rooms provided the half of their total surface exceeds 4m2.


8. Bathroom

The premises used for wash in case no proper equipments (bath-tube, shower or basin) are installed must not be regarded as bathroom; this will be enumerated as "other premises".

Bathroom used by occupants of several dwellings will be enumerated only once.


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Hungary 1990 — source variable HU1990A_ROOMBATH — Number of bathrooms and wash-basin alcoves
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10. [Number of rooms]

Please enter the number of the following places.

____ Rooms over 12 square meters
____ Rooms over 6 square meters, but maximum 12 square meters
____ Rooms 4-6 square meters
____ Kitchen (4 square meters and larger)
____ Kitchenette, cupboard for cooking (under 4 square meters)
____ Summer kitchen
____ Bathroom, shower-room, wash-basin alcove

Question 10.

A room must have at least an area of 4m2, be supplied with door and window and be used as a room (e.g. living-room, bedroom, child-room). Halls and dinning-rooms supplied with window, as well as consulting rooms, reception rooms and offices should also be considered as rooms. When finding out the floor-space of a room or of a kitchen, the areas of built-in wardrobes and places attaching to the main one without doors (e. g. alcove, dining place) must be added to the area of the given room. If the dwelling consists of one room only, then that room has to be appropriately categorized by size.
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10. Number of premises

Only premises provided with direct natural light and ventilation (with doors, windows), with a floor space of at least 4 m2, serving for sleeping or staying during the day (bedroom, children's room, dining-room etc.) should be marked as rooms. The hall and the eating-place having also a window, as well as the premises of room-like character used as consultation rooms, waiting rooms, offices etc. also figure among the rooms.

While counting the total surface of dwelling the floor-space covered by the built-in furniture and the premises adjoining without a door (alcove, dining area) has to be taken into account too.
The premises built and used as a bathroom is regarded as a bathroom even if there is no running water in the dwelling.

In case of one-premises dwelling the total surface should be marked as the surface of the room.


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Hungary 2001 — source variable HU2001A_BATHS — Number of bathrooms with fixed bath or shower
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7. Number of Rooms
_ _ Over 12 square meters
_ Between 4 and 12 square meters
_ Kitchen (4 square meters or bigger)
_ Kitchenette or cupboard
_ Bathroom with bath or shower
_ Bathroom without bath or shower


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

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Question 7: Number of rooms

The total number of the premises -- in cases of rooms, kitchens, kitchenettes taking into account their total floor-space too -- of the dwelling (holiday house, other housing unit) should be marked in the printed boxes. While defining the total floor-space of the premises also the floor-space occupied by the built-in furniture and the adjoining parts of the dwelling -- like alcove, cubicle, and dining area -- should be taken into account. The common spaces serving different functions (e.g. cooking area and living room in common space) should be divided by the designations and should be enumerated as separate premises. In cases mansard premises, only the floor-space of the parts less than 1, 90 cm high should not be counted into the total.

Rooms are premises provided with direct natural light and ventilation (with doors, windows), with a floor space of at least 4 square meters, serving for sleeping or staying during the day (bedroom, children's room, dining-room etc.). The hall and the eating-place having also a window, as well as the premises of room-like character used as consultation rooms, waiting rooms, offices etc. also figure among the rooms.

Kitchens are spaces established and used for cooking (maybe, also for eating), of a floor space of at least 4 square meters, in general provided with direct, natural light and ventilation (with window, door). When assigning the rooms and premises for cooking by floor space, the floor space of the adjoining alcove or eating place was included into that of the respective room or kitchen.

Kitchenettes are premises of a floor space under 4 square meters, built and used for cooking. (To this group belong also tea-kitchenettes and cooking cupboards.).

If the dwelling itself does not have a kitchen or kitchenette but there is a summer kitchen which is used by the inhabitants of the main building as a kitchen it should be regarded as a kitchen. If the separate building where the kitchen was has several premises only the one used as a kitchen must be taken into account.

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Indonesia 1980 — source variable ID1980A_BATH — Bathing facility
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13. Bathing facility
[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared/private
[] 3 Public
[] 4 Other


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Indonesia 1985 — source variable ID1985A_BATH — Bathing facilities
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[Province codes for questions 7 and 10 in block VII.A. and question 1 in code VII.B.1 are not presented here]


Q.16 Bathing facilities

1 Private
2 Shared bathroom
3 Public bathroom
4 Other

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Question 16: Bathing facilities
  • "Private bathroom" is a place to bathe that is used specifically by members of this household, although sometimes it may be used by boarders.
  • "Shared bathroom" is a bathroom that is used by members of several specific households.
  • "Public bathroom" is a bathroom that can be used by anyone and is not limited to certain households.
  • "Other" is recorded for places to bathe that cannot be classified into one of the categories mentioned above; these are usually in an open site and frequently are not specifically constructed for bathing (bathing in a river, lake, wellspring, well, etc.).


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Indonesia 1990 — source variable ID1990A_BATH — Bathing facility
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13. Bathroom:
[] 1 Private bathroom
[] 2 Shared bathroom
[] 3 Public bathroom
[] 4 Other ____

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Question 13: Bathroom
Private bathroom is a bathroom used only by the household, sometimes used by others to take a bath.
Sharing bathroom is a bathroom used by certain households and is not owned by a household.
Public bathroom is a bathroom which is not restricted to a certain household, and may be used by the public.
Others is a bathroom that could not be classified into one of the categories above and is usually in an open area, usually does not have a specific building for taking a bath (bathing in a river, lake, spring, water well and others).

Circle the code of bathroom that is usually used by the household members. If the answer is "Other", circle Code 4 and write down the type of bathroom in the provided area.

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Indonesia 2005 — source variable ID2005A_BATH — Bathing facility
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524. Where do the household members take a bath?
[] 1 Private bathroom
[] 2 Shared bathroom
[] 3 Public bathroom
[] 6 Other (specify) ____

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Question 524: Place of bathing
Circle the appropriate code for the place to bathe that is normally used by members of the household. If the answer is others, circle code "6" and write the place used for bathing in the space provided.
"Own bathroom" is a place to bathe which is used specifically by members of this household, although sometimes it may be used by boarders.

"Common bathroom" is a bathroom that is used by members of several specific households.

[p. 89]

"Public bathroom" is a bathroom that can be used by anyone and is not limited to certain households.

"Others" are places to bathe that cannot be classified into one of categories mentioned above, and usually are in an open site and frequently are not specifically constructed for bathing (bathing in a river, lake, wellspring, well, etc.).


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Iran 2006 — source variable IR2006A_BATH — Bathroom
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Questions 45-55 should be filled out for households residing in Conventional residential unit (number 1 in Question 44)

47. Facilities and utilities:


8. Bathroom

Does it exist in the housing unit?

[] Yes
[] No

Is it in use?

[] Yes
[] No

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30. General explanation about questions 41 through 56
Fill question 41 only for normal settled households and leave it blank for other households. But fill questions 42 to 55 also for collective households in addition to normal settled ones.
Note: For those normal settled and collective households for which you filled more than one sheet of questionnaire, fill these questions along with question 56 only on the first sheet and leave them blank on other sheets.


35. General explanation about Questions 45 through 55
Fill these questions only for those households who live in a conventional residential unit (box 1 question 44) and leave it blank for households living in other types of units.


38. Facilities and utilities, Question 47
Different types of facilities and utilities are mentioned in this question. First, ask about the existence of these facilities and utilities in the housing unit and mark either box 1 or 2 in section A. Then, ask about each facility and utility available in the unit (box 1 in section A) separately and whether the household takes advantage of it or not. If yes, mark 1 in section B, otherwise mark 2. For those facilities and utilities not available in the housing unit (box 2 in section A), leave section B blank. Note the following in order to fill this question:

- For electricity, private generators in units are not what is meant, but the electricity available to everyone is.
- For piped water, the important aspect is for the unit to have a pipeline and for the water in the pipeline to be connected to the public water network.
- For piped gas, the important aspect is for the unit to have a pipeline and for the gas in the pipeline to be connected to the public gas network.
- A central heating system, which also includes a package, is a system in which heat is produced in one defined part and is transferred from that point to the entire housing unit.
- A central air conditioning system is a system in which heat or cold air is produced in a specific part and then transferred to the entire housing unit.

Note: for electricity, central heating system, central air conditioning system and bathroom, the point is only to ask for the existence of it.

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Iraq 1997 — source variable IQ1997A_BATH — Bathroom in the living unit
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[The following instructions apply to questions 16 to 26]
Fill for each household living alone in the residential unit, if occupied by more than one household, only one of the households should respond.


19. Is there any bathroom in the occupied unit?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No


21. Are the bathroom and the water closet in the same place?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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Is in the residential unit:


19. Independent bathroom:
If there is an independent bathroom in the residential unit the sign (x) is put in the square to the word (yes) and if there is no independent bathroom the sign is put in the square opposite to the word (no).


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Ireland 1971 — source variable IE1971A_BATH — Bath or shower
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[The following questions should be answered in respect of each private household and of the house, flat or rooms occupied by that household. These questions need not be answered in respect of private households living in caravans or other mobile dwellings.]


25. Bath or shower:
Has the household the use of a fixed bath or shower?

[] Yes
[] No


If "Yes", is this bath or shower shared with another household?
[] Yes
[] No

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Answers should be furnished to Questions 19 to 28, inclusive, in respect of all private household (except those in mobile dwellings) and in respect of the houses, flats, or rooms occupied by such households.


Question 24, 25 and 26 - Water supply, bath or shower and sanitary facilities. The Enumerator should check that entries have been made in the appropriate spaces in Boxes 24 and 26 and in Box 25 and that they are consistent with his own knowledge of the district. In particular, there should be appropriate entries ("Yes" or "No") in relation to the sharing of a bath or shower, to the situation of the sanitary facilities and to the sharing of the sanitary facilities.


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Ireland 1971 — source variable IE1971A_BATHSHAR — Bath or shower shared
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[The following questions should be answered in respect of each private household and of the house, flat or rooms occupied by that household. These questions need not be answered in respect of private households living in caravans or other mobile dwellings.]


25. Bath or shower:
Has the household the use of a fixed bath or shower?

[] Yes
[] No


If "Yes", is this bath or shower shared with another household?
[] Yes
[] No

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Answers should be furnished to Questions 19 to 28, inclusive, in respect of all private household (except those in mobile dwellings) and in respect of the houses, flats, or rooms occupied by such households.


Question 24, 25 and 26 - Water supply, bath or shower and sanitary facilities. The Enumerator should check that entries have been made in the appropriate spaces in Boxes 24 and 26 and in Box 25 and that they are consistent with his own knowledge of the district. In particular, there should be appropriate entries ("Yes" or "No") in relation to the sharing of a bath or shower, to the situation of the sanitary facilities and to the sharing of the sanitary facilities.


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Ireland 1981 — source variable IE1981A_BATH — Bath or shower
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[Questions 23-30 should be answered in respect of each private household. These questions need not be answered in respect of institutions or private household living in caravans or other mobile dwellings]


Q.28 Bath or shower:
Has the household the use of a fixed bath or shower?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

If "Yes", is this bath or shower shared with another household?

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
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Details of the dwelling
Answers should be furnished to Questions 23 to 30, inclusive, in respect of all private households (except those in mobile dwellings) and in respect of the houses, flats or rooms occupied by such households.

Q.27, Q.28, Q.29: Water supply, bath or shower and sanitary facilities
You should check that entries have been made in the appropriate spaces for these questions and that they are consistent with one another and with your own knowledge of the district. In particular, you should ensure that the questions relating to the possession of a hot water tap, the sharing of a bath or shower, the situation of the sanitary facilities and the sharing of sanitary facilities are answered.


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Ireland 1991 — source variable IE1991A_BATH — Bath or shower
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PART B - Household questions

[Questions 25-33 should be answered with respect to each private household. These questions need not be answered with respect to institutions or private households living in caravans or other mobile dwellings.]

Q.30 Bath or shower (insert a check mark in appropriate box)

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Appendix 1

Details of the dwelling

Q.29 through Q.31: Water supply, bath, shower, sanitary facilities
You should check that entries have been made in the appropriate spaces for these questions and that they are consistent with one another and with your own knowledge of the district. In particular, you should ensure that the questions relating to the possession of a water tap inside the building, the sharing of a bath or shower, the situation of the sanitary facilities and the sharing of sanitary facilities are answered.


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Israel 1972 — source variable IL1972A_BATH — Bath/shower
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4. Is there a bath or a shower and is it solely for your use?
[] 1. Bath, solely for the use of the family
[] 2. Bath, used jointly with others
[] 3. Only shower, solely for the use of the family
[] 4. Only shower, used jointly with others
[] 5. No bath and no shower


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Israel 1983 — source variable IL1983A_BATH — Bath or shower
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Housing
[Questions 1-11]


6. Does this apartment have a bath or a shower?

[] 1 It has a bath (with or without shower).
[] 2 It only has a shower.
[] 3 It has neither a bath nor a shower. Circle and skip to 8.

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7. Question 6 -- explanations: Bath and/or shower

[Instructions refer to a graphic of the census form including question 6.]

A. If the bath and/or shower are located outside the apartment -- mark the apartment has a bath and/or shower.

B. Mark the apartment has a bath and/or shower even when the bath/shower is shared by several apartments.

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Israel 1995 — source variable IL1995A_BATH — Bath/shower
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10. Does this apartment have a bath or a shower?
[] 1. It has a bath (with or without shower)
[] 2. It only has a shower
[] 3. It has neither a bath nor a shower

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6. Question 10

10. Is there a bath-tab or a shower in this apartment?

[] 1 There is a bath-tab (with or without a shower)
[] 2 There is a shower only
[] 3 There is neither a bath tab nor a shower

Mark the answer that there is a bath tab and/or a shower in the apartment even if --
A. The bath tab / shower is outside the apartment

B. The bath tab / shower is shared by several apartments.


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Italy 2001 — source variable IT2001A_SHOWERN — Number of shower and bathtub systems
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3.2 Indicate the number of shower and bathtub systems in the dwelling
[] 0
[] 1
[] 2
[] 3
If more than 3 specify the number ____

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Question 3.2
The term bathtub and shower refers to those systems that are permanently connected to both a plumbing and a drainage system, located inside the house or in the rooms with a separate entrance. When answering, please note that a bathtub and shower that are located in the same room but are independent, must be considered as two systems and that a bathtub with an incorporated shower must be considered as one system.

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Jamaica 2001 — source variable JM2001A_BATHROOM — Bathroom
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3.7 Does this household have the use of a bathroom?
[] 1 Yes, for exclusive use of this household
[] 2 Yes, shared with another household
[] 3 No (go to question 3.9)
[] 9 Not stated

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5.25 Question 3.7: Availability to bathroom
As for Q3.5, indicate whether there is a bathroom that is shared or not shared.


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Kyrgyz Republic 1999 — source variable KG1999A_BATH — Bath or shower
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2p. Facilities
[] 01 Electricity
[] 02 Electric stove
[] 03 Network gas
[] 04 Liquefied gas (bottled)
[] 05 Heating from heating plants, rayon boiler houses
[] 06 Heating from boilers
[] 07 Heating from individual stoves
[] 08 Running water
[] 09 Sewage
[] 10 Bath or shower
[] 11 Central hot water supply
[] 12 Hot water supply from individual water-boilers
[] 13 No facilities

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Question 2p. Facilities of dwelling

When answering to this question, the enumerator is to circle one or several codes corresponding to prompts provided.

A dwelling is considered to be equipped with:
electric lighting if there is electric wiring available;
electric floor stove if there is an electric floor stove available. A house with a detached kitchen (capital building specially intended for kitchen) with an electric floor stove installed therein is also considered equipped with electric floor stove;
network gas (natural), if there is a floor gas stove connected to the network;
liquefied (bottled) gas, if there is a floor gas stove connected to the gas bottle;
A house with a separate kitchen with a gas floor stove installed therein is also considered equipped with gas.
It should be noted that premises with table electric or gas cooking appliances or trivets are not considered equipped with floor electric or gas stoves.
heating from heating plant, district boiler-house if there is heating from a heating plant or collective (block of houses), district or building boiler-house available;
heating from individual boilers if there are local small heating installations, heaters (radiators) or electric, gas, coal-fired, and oil-fired boilers, as well as other modern heating units;
stove heating if heat is supplied from one or several stoves;
running water if there is a supply net within the house, to which water is supplied centrally from the water pipe or artesian well the year round;


A house with a separate kitchen is also considered equipped with running water if a water tap connected to the water supply net is installed in the kitchen.

A house is not considered equipped with running water if there is a hydrant (a water pump) in the yard, but there is no water supply to the house.
sewage if there is a sewage installation inside the house for draining household and black waters to the street sewage net or adsorption wells. A dwelling is not considered equipped with sewage if there is no piped water or if it is equipped with a dry toilet;
bath or shower if a bath or shower is installed both in a separate bathroom and in the other specially adapted room, irrespective of the way of hot water supply;
A dwelling, in which a bath (shower) is installed but there is no sewage available, is not to be considered equipped with bath or shower.
central hot water supply if there is a special central hot water supply intended for daily living needs of residents;
hot water from individual boilers if there is a special water pipe supplying hot water from gas (or wood) water heaters, flat heaters including heating boilers of low capacity for daily living needs of residents.

If one or another facility of a dwelling is temporarily idle (because of repair, damage or other reasons), the dwelling is to be considered equipped with these types of facilities.

If there is none of the above-mentioned facilities in a dwelling, code 13 "no facilities" is to be marked.

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Mexico 2010 — source variable MX2010A_SHOWER — Shower
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I. Dwelling Characteristics
[Questions 1-19 were not asked of mobile dwellings, shelter and premises not intended for habitation]


18. Household equipment
In this dwelling they have a:

Read all the options and circle only one code for each option.

Gas stove

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No


Wood or coal stove with chimney

[] 3 Yes
[] 4 No


Raised water tank [tinaco]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No


Hot water heater

[] 3 Yes
[] 4 No


Cistern or underground water tank [aljibe]

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No


Shower

[] 3 Yes
[] 4 No


Electric meter

[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

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6.3 Section I. Housing characteristics

In this section, instructions will be presented for the questions that investigate the characteristics of the private inhabited dwellings.

If the class of the private inhabited dwellings is a premise not intended for inhabitation, a mobile dwelling, a shelter, or a collective dwelling, don't apply this section. Start the interview with the section II, List of People.


18. Equipment
This question looks to find out some of the installations that the dwelling has, which provide the residents with conditions of well-being and comfort, like the type of stove, if there exists tanks to store water, basic installations for personal hygiene, and electric meters.

  • Wood or coal stove with chimney. This is an installation for cooking or production of heat via the use of wood or carbon that has a duct to take away the smoke that is produced by using the stove.


[p. 85]

  • Cistern or underground water tank [aljibe]. These are containers constructed or prefabricated to store large volumes of water.


In a residential complex, apartment building, or tenement house there can exist a single cistern or tank used in common for all the dwellings, so that in these cases it is considered that the dwelling has it.

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Mexico 2015 — source variable MX2015A_SHOWER — Shower
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15. Equipment
In this dwelling, do you have:
[Read the options and circle one code for each one]

Water tank
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Cistern or reservoir
[] 3 Yes
[] 4 No
Water pump
[] 5 Yes
[] 6 No
Shower
[] 7 Yes
[] 8 No
Water heater or heater-tank (gas, electric, or wood)
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
Solar water heater
[] 3 Yes
[] 4 No
Air conditioning
[] 5 Yes
[] 6 No
Electrical solar panel
[] 7 Yes
[] 8 No
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15. Equipment
These questions identify if the dwelling has equipment or facilities that allow greater functionality and comfort in everyday activities of the occupants. Read the question mentioning each item, listen the answers and circle the corresponding codes.

[Figures are omitted]

Use the following definitions to explain to the respondents in case of doubt:

  • A raised water tank is a container of large water storage capacity; it can be made of plastic or asbestos. Usually, it is located on the roofs of dwellings, although it can be located at the ground level. Sometimes people call it Rotoplas, because it is the name of the most publicized water tanks brand.
  • A cistern or reservoir is a large water container built underground or at ground level; sometimes it can be a buried water tank. The important point is that people can store water in considerable quantities.
  • In some places, the informant can respond they have a sink or basin where they collect water. If this basin is a big concave structure made of stone or concrete and it is used to store water, record that this dwelling has cistern or water tank.
  • A water pump is a device which has a motor that serves to drive the circulation of the water. It is mainly used to raise water from one level to another, e.g., to a water tank that is located in a high place, or to suck water from a well.
  • Note that the cistern or reservoir and the raised water tank can supply water to more than one dwelling and can use the same pump, e.g. in an apartment building or duplex, triple, or quadruple houses, record that each of those dwellings has this equipment.
  • A boiler or water heater is a device that serves to raise the water temperature. It can run on gas, electricity, or wood; regardless of the type, record this device in this option.
  • A solar water heater, as the boiler, rises the water temperature, but it does through solar cells that capture the sun's energy.
  • An air conditioning is a device used to cool closed spaces (e.g., bedrooms). They are common in places very hot.
  • An electrical solar panel is a device that captures sunlight to generate electricity. A dwelling can have solar panel regardless it has electricity supplied by the CFE or other source. An electrical solar panel is also known as a photovoltaic module.

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Mongolia 1989 — source variable MN1989A_BATH — Bathroom/shower room
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Bathroom/Shower room:
[] 14 Yes
[] 15 No
[] 16 Public

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227. Bathroom One of the answers: whether a flat "has its own bathroom" or "bathroom is for general use" or "does not have a bathroom" shall be chosen and circled accordingly for a question about bathroom in the census questionnaire.

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Mongolia 2000 — source variable MN2000A_BATH — Bathroom
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Houses
[Questions 2-10 were asked of households living in houses not gers.]


10. Bathroom/shower:

[] 1 Bathroom/shower in house - sole use (skip to question 17)
[] 2 No bathroom/shower in house (skip to question 17)
[] 3 Bathroom/shower in house - shared (skip to question 17)

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10. Bathroom Corresponding codes will be selected from the categorization of the bathrooms as separated bathroom, non-separated bathroom and public bathroom.

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Morocco 1982 — source variable MA1982A_BATH — Modern bathroom / shower
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27c. Modern bathroom or shower inside the dwelling
[] 0 No
[] 1 Yes, private
[] 2 Yes, shared

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27. Housing equipment
[This is question 26 for rural dwellings]

c. Modern bathroom or shower within dwelling:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 0 Not available

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Morocco 1994 — source variable MA1994A_BATH — Bathroom
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Housing equipment
[Questions 25a-g.]


Q25c. Modern bathroom or shower:

[] 1 Private
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 Not available

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Housing record


Housing equipment
[Questions 25a-g.]


Q25c. Modern bathroom or shower:

1 Private
2 Shared
3 Not available


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Morocco 2004 — source variable MA2004A_BATH — Bathroom / shower (modern)
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Housing characteristics (living conditions of the household)

Equipment of the housing unit (mode of utilization of housing amenities)


L6c. Modern bathroom or shower

[] 1 Yes, private
[] 2 Yes, shared
[] 3 No

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Equipment of the housing unit (mode of utilization of housing amenities)
Either private, shared or not available


L6C. Modern bathroom or shower: with shower or bathtub.

1. Yes, private
2. Yes, shared
3. No


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Morocco 2014 — source variable MA2014A_BATHMOD — Modern bath or shower availability
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Household living conditions

L09. Use of dwelling facilities

Modern bath or shower
[] 1 Private
[] 2 Joint
[] 3 None

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Nicaragua 1971 — source variable NI1971A_BATHROOM — Bathroom facilities
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10. Bath

Bath connected to sewer system, irrigation channel or septic tank

[] 1 Exclusive use
[] 2 Shared use

Bath with no wastewater connection

[] 3 Exclusive use
[] 4 Shared use

[] 5 None

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Question #10

Bathroom

a. How to carry out the investigation
It should be asked if the dwelling has a bathroom; it should also be asked if it is for exclusive or common use and if it is connected to a sewer, drain, or septic tank.

b. How to record the data
The box corresponding to the type of bathroom and whether it is for exclusive or common use is marked with an "X".


[p. 32]

If the dwelling does not have a bathroom, box 5 "Does not have" is marked. Only one box is marked.

c. Example:


[These instructions refer to a graph of question 10 on the census form]

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Pakistan 1998 — source variable PK1998A_BATH — Bathroom
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Bathroom
[] 1 Separate
[] 2 Shared
[] 3 None

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Bathroom
Bathroom means a specified place which has surrounding walls and that is made for the purpose of bath. In modern houses, bathroom and toilet are made in one room. In such cases, while entering characteristics of bath room, consider this room as a bath room. If a bath room exists but more than one household uses it jointly, then fill oval related to code 2. Otherwise fill oval related to answer.

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Palestine 1997 — source variable PS1997A_BATHRM — Bathroom
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14. The availability of a bathroom
[] 1 Bathroom connected to water supply system
[] 2 Bathroom not connected to water supply system
[] 3 None


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Palestine 2007 — source variable PS2007A_BATHROOM — Availability of bathroom
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15. Bathroom availability
[] 1 Connected to water
[] 2 Not connected to water
[] 3 No bathroom


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Panama 1980 — source variable PA1980A_BATH — Availability of bathroom
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Ask questions 3 through 14 only for those dwellings, with inhabitants present, that are classified in boxes 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 of question number 1, Type of Dwelling.


10. Availability of bathroom

Private:

[] 1 Supplied with water by aqueduct
[] 2 Supplied with water by another method

Shared use:

[] 3 Supplied with water by aqueduct
[] 4 Supplied with water by another method

[] 5 Without bath

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Question 10 Availability of bathroom

Mark a single box taking into account that:
a) The bath can be for private or communal use.
"Private" when it is for exclusive use of one family (boxes 1 or 2).
"Communal" when it is for the use of two or more families (boxes 3 or 4).
b) "Bath with water from a water system" is understood to be that which is connected to the aqueduct system and is equipped with all the installations that this requires (faucets, showers, bathtub, etc).
c) In the classification of "bath with water by other means", all bathrooms which do not fit the requirements mentioned above, that is, the bath water brought to the room through means of cans, buckets or other recipients should be included.
d) If the dwelling does not have a bathroom, mark box 5 (without bathroom).


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Paraguay 1972 — source variable PY1972A_BATH — Bathroom
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[Questions 3 to 10 were asked of private households]

III. Household information

5. Rooms in the household

Bath:

[] 1 Exclusive use by this household
[] 2 Shared with another household
[] 3 Doesn’t have
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III. Information about the household

The information for this part of the form refers to the "census household", which means, the set of persons who live in the dwelling.

5. Rooms in the household:

* How many rooms does this household occupy? Note with number, the total of rooms used as habitation by the members of the "household".
- Considered as a room is the space enclosed by walls and roof, and in which at least the bed of an adult can fit. This includes the living room, the dining room, and the bedrooms.
- Not considered as room is the Hall, the kitchen, the bathroom, corridor, shed, garage, etc., nor those that are used exclusively for commercial, industrial, or service purposes, such as stores, shops, doctor's offices, other offices, etc. Exception: if the kitchen is also used as a dining room, consider it as a room.

* Of these, how many are used for sleeping? Note here the number of rooms that are used specifically as bedrooms and those that, not being bedrooms, are normally arranged and used for sleeping.

* Does the household have rooms designated for cooking and bathing? We want to know if the "household" has a special room available for cooking and another for bathing.
If the household has a kitchen or bathroom and it is used exclusively by the "household", mark the corresponding line, in box 2. If the household does not have them, mark box 3.


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Paraguay 1982 — source variable PY1982A_BTHRM — Bathrooms
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d) Is there a room designated for bathing?

[] 1 Exclusive use
[] 2 Shared with another
[] 3 Does not have
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Question 4. Rooms in the dwelling

Read each question and write down:

- On the line corresponding to questions a) and b), the number of floors declared by the informant.
- In questions c) and d) make an X in the corresponding box, depending on the case.

[A depiction of questions 4a, b, c, and d, to the right of the preceding text is omitted here.]

Keep in mind the following definition:

"Room:" a space enclosed by walls that are elevated from the floor to the roof and which have an area large enough to fit at least a bed for an adult. An attic that fits this definition and is at least 2 meters high is considered a room.

[P. 26]

The bathroom, the kitchen, and the rooms that are utilized exclusively for commercial, industrial, or service purposes, such as storehouses, stores, consulting offices [i.e. for a doctor, other professional], offices, hallways, etc. are not included in the number of rooms. If the kitchen is also used as a dining room, it is included as a room.

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Paraguay 1992 — source variable PY1992A_BATH — Separate room for bathing
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Section III. Household information

[Question 14 through 24 were asked of occupied households with present members]



20. Is there a separate room for bathing?

[] 1 Yes, has
[] 6 No, doesn't have

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[Question 20 is asked of occupied households with present members]

Question 20: Do you have a bathroom?


- We want to know if the household has a room designated for bathing persons. Consider that they have a room for bathing when they have a room with roof and walls.

20. Do you have a bathroom?

[] 1 Yes, they do
[] 2 No, they do not


If they have a place for bathing that is shared with another household, you should mark the option "Yes, they do"

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Poland 1988 — source variable PL1988A_BATH — Bathroom in the dwelling
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Characteristics of the dwelling

8. Bathroom in dwelling

[] 1 There is
[] 0 There is not
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Characteristics of the Dwelling

16. Technical appliances in the dwelling (Questions 6-10) [p.19]
Both working and broken technical appliances should be indicated. What is more, all appliances, which are in possession of inhabitants, but haven't been plugged in yet, should also be indicated (for example in a newly constructed building). However, appliances which are broken for longer than a year shouldn't be registered at all. For informational purposes -- piped water and flush toilet should be taken into consideration as plugged in and local appliances.

Bathroom in dwelling
Bathroom is defined as a room, equipped with a shower of bathtub, as well as with an appliance, which drains water outside the room. According to this definition, during the registry, a bathroom in a dwelling should be registered when it is equipped with a shower or a bathtub as well as when these appliances haven't been yet installed or the pipeline hasn't been yet connected, but it has an appliance, which drains water outside the room.

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Poland 2002 — source variable PL2002A_BATH — Bathroom in the dwelling
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7. Is there a bathroom with bathtub and/ or shower?
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
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Questions 6-9. Heating and sanitation in the dwelling [p. 55-57]

Indicate both active and temporarily out of order devices in the census. Appliances already installed but not connected to the mains (e.g. in a newly erected building) should also be included.

Do not include appliances which have been out of order for more than a year due to considerable damage.

Question 7. Is there a bathroom with bath-tub and/or shower in this dwelling? [p. 56]

A bathroom is a space with a bath-tub or a shower, or both of these appliances are installed as well as the appliance draining the water outside the building (to a sewer or a cesspool).

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Portugal 1981 — source variable PT1981A_BATH — Bath or shower
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[Questions 1-13 were asked in cases of a housing unit or a collective living quarter, except hotels or similar and institutions of "other type" -- that is occupied as a usual residence or for seasonal use, per questions A, B]


5. Bath or shower facilities

By bath or shower facilities we mean any facility that is permanently connected to the a sewer and draining system that allows for the evacuation of black waters outside the dwelling.

Does the housing unit have a fixed system of bath or shower?

[] 1 Yes
[] 3 No

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[Questions 1-13 were asked in cases of a housing unit or a collective living quarter, except hotels or similar and institutions of "other type," that is occupied as a usual residence or for seasonal use, per questions A, B]


Question 5 - Bath or shower

It is very important to verify the coherence of the answer given on this question with the ones given in questions 3 and 6, due to the strict relationship between them (i.e. existence of water and sewage system for residual waters).

To be considered as a bathing facility, it must be connected to a sewage system.
The sole existence of a lavatory does not mean that the dwelling has a bathing facility, just like the existence of improvised facilities with suspended recipients manually filled with water to be used as shower.


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Portugal 1991 — source variable PT1991A_BATH — Bath or shower
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[Questions 7-18 were asked of private dwellings only]


[Questions 8-18 were asked of usual-residence dwellings only]


11. Bath or shower

Do you have a working, fixed bath or shower?
[] 1 Yes
[] 3 No

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Question 11: Housing unit with fixed bath or shower?

"Yes" or "No" answer.

We intend to know whether or not the dwelling has bathing facilities.
To be considered as a bathing facility, it must be connected to a sewage system.
The sole existence of a lavatory does not mean that the dwelling has a bathing facility.

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Portugal 2001 — source variable PT2001A_BATH — Bath
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[Questions 4-18 were asked of persons living in housing units as the place of their usual residence, according to question 3]


8. Bathing facilities:

[] 1 Housing unit with fixed bath or shower
[] 3 Housing unit without fixed bath or shower


Question 8 - Bathing facilities:

Bath or shower means any installation permanently connected to a water supply system and to a drainage system enabling the evacuation of used bath water to the exterior of the dwelling.

Do not consider the mere existence of a washbasin as constituting a bath or shower (whether connected to a drainage system or not), even when located in a room separate from the dwelling, or a makeshift installation in suspended recipients, which, filled manually, are used as a shower

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Question 8 - bathing facilities

We intend to know if the dwelling has or not bathing facilities. A simple existence of a lavatory does not mean that the dwelling has a bathing facility. To be considered as a bathing facility it must be connected to a sewage system.


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Portugal 2011 — source variable PT2011A_BATH — Bathing facilities
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Dwelling questionnaire

[Questions 1 through 17 were asked of persons living in housing units as the place of their usual residence, according to question II]

4. Does the dwelling have bathing or shower facilities?

Do not consider the mere existence of a washbasin, or makeshift installations in suspended recipients which, when filled manually, are used as a shower, as constituting bathing or shower facilities.
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
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7.2.2.1. Filling out the Single Dwelling questionnaire

Question 4 - Does the dwelling have bathing or shower facilities?
[There is an image of box for question 4]
Bath or shower facilities are those that permanently hooked up to a water supply and drainage system that allows water from the bathroom to be evacuated from the dwelling.
You must not consider the mere existence of a bathroom (connected or not to a drainage system) as proper bathing or shower facilities, even in stand-alone fashion, nor are improvised facilities with suspended recipients, filled by hand, used as a shower.


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Puerto Rico 1970 — source variable PR1970A_SHOWER — Bathtub or shower
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H7. There a bathtub or shower in this structure?
[] Yes, for this household only.
[] Yes, but also used by another household
[] No bathtub or shower


[For a vacant unit, also fill D, E, A, H2 to H7, and H9 to H11]


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Puerto Rico 1980 — source variable PR1980A_SHOWER — Bathtub or shower
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H5b. Is there a bathtub or shower in this building?
[] Yes, for this household only
[] Yes, but also used by another household
[] No bathtub or shower


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Puerto Rico 1990 — source variable PR1990A_SHOWER — Bathtub or shower
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H4b . Is there a bathtub or shower in this (house/apartment)?
[ ] 1 Yes
[ ] 2 No bathtub or shower


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Puerto Rico 2010 — source variable PR2010A_SHOWER — Bathtub or shower
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[Questions 7 - 14 were asked of all households.]

8. Does this house, apartment, or mobile home have:

Indicate with "yes" or "no"

a) Hot and cold running water?
[] Yes
[] No
b) A flush toilet?
[] Yes
[] No
c) A bathtub or shower?
[] Yes
[] No
d) A sink with a faucet?
[] Yes
[] No
e) A stove or range?
[] Yes
[] No
f) A refrigerator?
[] Yes
[] No
g) Telephone service from which you can both make and receive calls? (Include cell phones)
[] Yes
[] No

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Romania 1977 — source variable RO1977A_KITBATH — Existence of bathroom and kitchen
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17. Dependencies and other spaces

Kitchen (code 72)
Surface (sq. m. without decimals) ____

Modality
[] 1 Used only by the household
[] 2 Or together with other households
Location
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside dwelling, but inside the building
[] 3 Outside building
Bathroom with tub (code 73)
Surface (sq. m. without decimals) ____

Modality
[] 1 Used only by the household
[] 2 Or together with other households
Location
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside dwelling, but inside the building
[] 3 Outside building
Bathroom only with shower (code 74)
Surface (sq. m. without decimals) ____

Modality
[] 1 Used only by the household
[] 2 Or together with other households
Location
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside dwelling, but inside the building
[] 3 Outside building
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40. Dependencies and other spaces (item 17).

In the table from item 17 the surface and the modality of using those dependencies and other spaces belonging to the dwelling (by a single household or in common with other households), as well as their location (inside the dwelling, outside, but inside the building or outside the building) will be recorded.

On the form are printed (in the column "Name of the space" the names of the main dependencies (kitchen, bathroom, flush toilet), remaining that on the free rows to be written by the enumerator also the other spaces of this kind, by codifying also on the "Code" column, the corresponding code for each.

In order to identify these spaces, not considered as habitable rooms, it has to be taken into consideration the following:

[p. 29]

The kitchen is a room that has been designated and equipped for the preparation of the meals, situated inside the dwelling or outside, having adequate cooking facilities.

The dwellings having only summer-time kitchens--during the winter cooking is done in one of the living rooms--is considered without kitchen.

For the dwellings having several kitchens available, all of them will be recorded, the data for the best equipped being written on the number 72 row, the others being written on the empty rows which will also be numbered as 72.

The bathroom is a space, situated in or out of the dwelling, designated to assure the body's hygiene, having special bathing facilities to this purpose as: bathtub, with or without shower or sink.

A bathroom will also be considered as:
a) the room designated to this purpose, having water supply facility and sewerage, but not yet fixed the bathing facilities (bathtub, shower and sink) and it is not used for other purposes;
b) the room within the dwelling, where the traditional means are used for body's washing, characteristic to a certain zone (steam bath), and not used for other purposes; the bathrooms having both bath tub and shower, will be considered with bath tub;
c) the room having special bathing facilities (showers, sinks) even if this space is used, mainly to other purposes (laundry).


The following will not be considered a bathroom: the room having only the sink, and used, mainly, for other purposes (bedroom, kitchen, laundry, etc.).

When a dwelling has several bathrooms, all of them will be recorded, the data for the best equipped being written on the number 73/74 row, the others being written on the empty rows, which will also be numbered as 73/74.

Correlations -- when the code 73 (bath tub) or at code 74 (only shower) from item 17 "Dependencies and other spaces," the code entry is 1 for the location, it is necessary that to the item 10a (the water supply system location) has an x marked in the box code 1 (inside the dwelling) and code 1 or 2 at the item 12 (sewerage facilities within housing unit). In addition, if for those dependencies from item17, the code 2 or 3was written for item 10a, the code 2 or 3should be written correspondingly.

Flush toilets will be recorded regardless of if they are modern water closets having a water tank and waste water that empties into a piped system, or if they are so called "dry" latrines- no water used and evacuation as in cesspools. If they are located inside a room, regardless of construction materials of walls (bricks, beams etc.), the toilets situated within the bathroom or within a separate room will be recorded.

On the form, the flush toilets from bathrooms (code 75), as well as the ones from separated rooms (having water -- code 76 and without water -- code 77) located inside the dwelling, outside, but inside the building or outside the building will be recorded.

For the dwellings that have more than one flush toilet data will be recorded on the free rows for each toilet being indicated the code 76 or 77 by case. For the codes 75 and 76, it will be followed the same correlations as for the codes 73 and 74.

[p. 30]

a) Verandah (code 78) is a closed space of windows, built at the ground floor of the building in its area, along the wall from the entrance of the dwelling;

b) Vestibule (code 79) (entry, glass porches) is a passage or hall between the outer door and the other spaces inside of the building (from staircase, corridor, yard or the street and other rooms of the house). It usually is a space with indirect light and has a smaller size where only a rack of clothes would fit;
c) Tinda (code 80) is a typical Romanian rural entrance, the first hall of a peasant's house- used as passage between two living rooms, sometime serving either as a kitchen and dining room too (if the dwelling has not a kitchen, the tinda will be recorded as kitchen -- code 72 at item 17), and as - very seldom- as bedroom;
d) Uninhabitable hall (code 81) is a space designated to connect the vestibule from the entrance with the other rooms of the dwelling, not fulfilling the requirements for size of the surface, height and light of a regular living room;
e) The corridor (passage) (code 82) is a long and narrow space designed as a passage between several rooms (for living, accessories) and could be used as a space for the outdoor connection;
f) The office (code 83) is a space inside the dwelling, between the kitchen or the bathroom and the habitable rooms, serving as an intermediary passage between the rooms;
g) The larder for food storage (code 84) is a space inside or outdoor space, designated to preserve food needed by the household's members;
h) Lumber Box-Room (code 85) small closed space, inside the dwelling, without direct light or air, used for storage of the various housing things;
i) Logia (code 85) is a space build-up in the framework of the building, being covered, or free open on external side of the house (sometime is covered by an arch or a series of arches supported by the columns);
j) Covered terrace (also code 85) is a platform for passing, opened to the outside, located at the level of an apartment or situated on the house's roof, it is considered to be a logia;
k) The box (code 87) is a small space, located usually on the building's basement (only those will be recorded), where usually are kept housekeeping tools, food, fuel etc.

For dwellings having more than one of such spaces, each of them will be recorded on a distinct row (inside item 17) that also indicates the code number.

The enumerator has the obligation of transcribing each of those dependencies/spaces according to their designation; he will transcribe the data referring to surfaces from Lm form or other documents, after a thorough checking, or through direct measurements, following the existing provisions at paragraph 5 from the present handbook.

In the case of a common sharing of the main dependencies by persons living in 2 or more dwellings, the dependencies located outside the dwellings, will be recorded for each dwelling only by using (code 2 -- in common) those and their location (code 2 -- outside the dwelling, but inside the building or code 3 -- outside the building). In this situation, for the column regarding surfaces, a line will be drawn.

If the kitchen, bathroom or flush toilet are located inside of a dwelling, but are commonly used by other dwellings' occupants, the surface of the dependency will be written only for the dwelling where is located.

[p. 31]

The other dependencies or spaces located outside the dwelling (excluding kitchen, bathroom or flush toilet) that are used in common by the occupants of two or more dwellings will not be recorded data on the LP form.

Dependencies and other isolated spaces from the building will be recorded for item 17 only if they are built from resistant material (brick, concrete, beams etc.), except the flush toilets, for which the construction material is not important.

On the "Total" row the total surface/living floor space of all the dependencies and other spaces from the dwelling will be written.

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Romania 1992 — source variable RO1992A_BATHROOM — Bathroom
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Chap. II Data on housing unit
To be completed by the first household in the dwelling only


13 Bathroom

Yes:
[] 1 inside the dwelling
[] 2 outside the dwelling

[] 3 None

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Q. 13 Bathroom


37. The bathroom is an indoor (code 1 will be marked), or outdoor (code 2 will be marked) space used to ensure the body's hygiene, having special bathing facilities for this purpose such as: a bath tub (with or without shower) or only a shower and sink.

The following are also considered as a bathroom:

A room designated to this purpose, having water supply facility and sewer, but not yet fitted with bathing facilities (bath tub, shower and sink) and not used for other purposes.

A room within the dwelling where the traditional means characteristic of a certain area (steam bath) are used for body washing and not used for another purpose.

A room having special bathing facilities (shower, sink) even if this space is used primarily for another purpose (laundry).

Rooms having only a sink and used mainly for other purposes (bedroom, kitchen, laundry, etc.) will not be considered as a bath room.

When a dwelling has several bathrooms, only one of them will be recorded.

Consistency check: when the bathroom code entered is 1 (bathroom within the dwelling), it is necessary that to item 5 (water supply system) be marked with an x in the box for code 1 or code 2 and that item 7 (sewage facilities within the housing unit) also be marked with code 1 or 2.

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Romania 2002 — source variable RO2002A_BATHROOM — Location of bathroom
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9. Bathroom (bath tub and/or shower)
[] 1 Inside the dwelling
[] 2 Outside the dwelling
[] 3 None

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Bathroom (bath tub and/or shower) -- (item 9).

30. The bathroom is a space,situated indoor or outdoor the dwelling, designated to assure the body's hygiene, having special bathing facilities to this purpose as: bath tub, with or without shower, or only shower and sink.

Will be considered as bathroom:

-- the room having special bathing facilities (showers, sinks) even if this space is used, mainly for other purposes (laundry);
-- the room designated for this purpose, having water supply facility and sewerage, but not yet fixed the bathing facilities (bath tub, shower and sink) and it is not used for other purposes;
-- the room within the dwelling, where the traditional means are used for body's washing, characteristic to a certain zone (steam bath), and not used for other purpose (kitchen, laundry, etc.);
[p. 26]

Will not be considered as bath room: the room having only the sink, and used, mainly, for other purposes (bedroom, kitchen, laundry, etc.).

The way of recording:

-- the entry x will be marked on the box for code 1when the bathroom is within the dwelling;
-- the entry x will be marked in the box for code 2 when the bathroom is outdoor;
-- the entry x will be marked in the box for code 3 when the household states that no space designated for bathroom is available.

When a dwelling has several bathrooms, only one of them will be recorded.

Correlations -- when (item 9) the code entry is 1 (bathroom within the dwelling), it is necessary that:

-- to the item 11 (the water supply system) -- to be marked by x in the box code 1 (within the unit from the public network source), or code box 2 (within the unit from own system resource);
-- to the item 13 (sewerage facilities within housing unit) the mark of x will be written for code box 1 public community sewage system) or 2 (own system installation).

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Romania 2011 — source variable RO2011A_BATH — Bath
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Dwelling

12. Bathroom (with bathtub and/ or shower)

There is bathroom

[] 1 In the dwelling
[] 2 Outside the dwelling, within the building
[] 3 Outside the dwelling, outside the building
[] 4 No bathroom

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Sierra Leone 2004 — source variable SL2004A_BATHING — Location of bathing facilities
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What kind of facilities do you have for:


H13. Bathing

[] 1 Inside
[] 2 Outside; built
[] 3 Outside makeshift
[] 4 Other (specify) ____
[] 5 None

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Section 2 - Housing facilities


H13 -- Facility for bathing
178. Ask: "What is the household's main facility for bathing?" Record the appropriate code from the list.


Section 2: Housing facilities


What kind of facilities do you have for:


H13 Bathing

[] 1 Inside
[] 2 Outside, built
[] 3 Outside, makeshift
[] 4 Other (specify)
[] 5 None


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Slovenia 2002 — source variable SI2002A_BATHROOM — Bathroom in the dwelling
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16. Bathroom in the dwelling:
[] Yes
[] No

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16 Bathroom in the dwelling:

Yes is marked by the enumerator if a dwelling has a premise with a bath or shower, piped water supply and sewage system, irrespective of whether they are connected to the public network or to some other facility.

No is marked by the enumerator if there is no bathroom or it is outside the dwelling in the same building.


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Spain 1991 — source variable ES1991A_SHOWER — Bathtub or shower
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11. Permanently installed bathtub or shower inside the housing unit
[] 1 Bathtub or shower inside the housing unit
_ _ Number
[] 6 None


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Spain 2011 — source variable ES2011A_BATH — Shower or bathtub
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3. Which of the following installations does the dwelling have?
Shower or bathtub
[] yes
[] no
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3.9 Availability of a bathtub or shower

Categories of this variable:

Availability of bathroom or shower in a definite site within the household
Without availability of bathroom or shower in a definite site within the household

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Thailand 1980 — source variable TH1980A_BATHROOM — Type of bathroom
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Part 3. Housing Questions (For Private Household)

[Questions H1-H18 were asked of private households.]


H13. Bathroom

[] 1 Exclusive bathroom
[] 2 Shared bathroom
[] 3 Terrace, veranda
[] 4 Well, river, canal
[] 5 Other (specify) ____

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Section 3 Questions on Housing
(Ask only private household)

Questions on housing are concerned with living places of every private household in municipal area. For those outside municipal area and Bangkok, ask only the sample households.

Guideline for questioning and recording

1. Ask conditions of living place by household not by person.
2. If a household living in many houses in the same area, consider the house where head of the household lives.
3. If several households living in the same house, consider conditions of the living place of the main household, other households or conditions of living are regarded as rooms in the house.
4. In recording answer, circle one code number only. If answer is "others," specify and record the answer clearly.
5. The question that has no answer code, record statement or number in the blank on the dot line.
H 13. Bathing place of household members

Ask "Where do people in this household take a bath?"

Circle a code corresponding to the answer:

Bathroom
1. Used by this household only
2. Shared with other household
3. Ground, balcony, corridor
4. Well, river, stream, creek, pond
Other (specify____)

Record the answer on the broken line____ corresponding to "Other" when the answer is other than the aforementioned answers.


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Turkey 2000 — source variable TR2000A_BATH — Bathroom
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Section III: Questions related to households and dwellings
(For the places constituting a household, ask the questions between 1-12 in this section to the household head or to anyone who can answer instead.)
[Questions 1-12 were asked of housing units, per Section II.]


8. Which of the following are in your household?


Bathroom

[] 1 Inside
[] 2 Outside
[] 3 Doesn't exist

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Section III: Questions related to households and dwellings
Attention! Section III is to be filled out for places where a household [housing unit] is constituted.

Questions 1 to 12 in this section are to be asked of the household head or someone able to answer in his/her place.


Question 8. Which of the following are to be found in your dwelling?

An "X" to be entered into the boxes corresponding to each one of the amenities (toilet, bath, kitchen and piped in water) that exist in the dwelling that the household is living in, doing so according to whether these amenities are located inside or outside the dwelling. For dwellings occupied by a household lacking a toilet, bath, kitchen or piped water either inside or outside the dwelling, an "X" is to be entered for the "None" option for each one of these non-existent amenities.

In filling out this question, the following definitions should be kept in mind:

Toilet (inside the dwelling): That area situated inside the dwelling, enclosed on four sides, with a separate door, from which human feces and dirty water are conveyed via pipe, tile/clay pipe, etc., to a main canal, a septic tank or to the sewer lines.

Toilet (outside the dwelling): A place enclosed on four sides, located outside the dwelling being lived in (in the yard, in the garden, or on empty land), built with the purpose of permitting people to meet their toilet needs.

Bathroom (inside the dwelling): A place inside the dwelling being lived in, enclosed on four sides, with a separate door, that has been set aside for washing.

Bathroom (outside the dwelling): A place outside the dwelling that is being lived in (in the yard, in the garden, or on empty land), enclosed on four sides with a separate door, that has been set aside for washing.

Kitchen (inside the dwelling): A place inside the dwelling being lived in, enclosed on four sides, closed off on top, with a separate door in which food may be cooked, dishes washed, and where essential kitchen utensils may be placed.

Kitchen (outside the dwelling): A place outside the dwelling being lived in (in the yard, in the garden, or on empty land) enclosed on four sides, closed off on top, with a separate door, within which food may be cooked, dishes washed, and where essential kitchen utensils may be placed.

Piped water (inside the dwelling): Running water brought all the way into the dwelling by means of a pipe connection to the city water network or to a private system such as a water tank pump.

Piped water (outside the dwelling): Running water located outside the dwelling delivered by means of a pipe connection to the city water network or to a private system such as a water tank pump.


If a toilet or piped water exists both inside and outside the dwelling that the household lives in, the toilet or piped water shall be designated as being "Inside the dwelling". If a section of the toilet inside the dwelling the household lives in is used as a bathroom, then both the toilet and bathroom will be deemed to be "Inside the dwelling".

For situations not covered by those defined above, the "None" option is to be marked.

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Uganda 1991 — source variable UG1991A_BATH — Facilities, bath
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Facilities
What facilities does this household have-


Toilet

[] 1 Water borne not shared
[] 2 Water borne shared
[] 3 Pit latrine not shared
[] 4 Pit latrine shared
[] 5 None
[] 6 Other (specify)



Bath

[] 1 Inside not shared
[] 2 Inside shared
[] 3 Outside not shared
[] 4 Outside shared
[] 5 None



Kitchen

[] 1 Inside not shared
[] 2 Inside shared
[] 3 Outside not shared
[] 4 Outside shared
[] 5 None

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Facilities

185. The questions on facilities are self-explanatory. Tick the appropriate boxes.
"Not shared" facilities are used by one household only.
"Shared" facilities are used by more than one household.
"Water borne" toilet facilities are those where water must be used to flush the toilet.
A "kitchen" is a room or an out building used for cooking. If the household cooks on a verandah or in the open or in a room used for other purposes as well, tick "none".

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Uganda 2002 — source variable UG2002A_BATHTYP — Type of bathroom
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H17 Bathroom: What type of bathroom does this household MAINLY use?
[] 1 Inside
[] 2 Outside, built
[] 3 Outside, makeshift
[] 4 None

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Questions H17: Bathroom
Ask, "What type of bathroom does this Household use?"
246. A bathroom is a room constructed predominantly for bathing.
247. A "makeshift" bathroom is a temporary structure, usually constructed with temporary materials for walls, no door and at times with no roof.
248. Circle the appropriate code.

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Uganda 2014 — source variable UG2014A_BATH — Main type of bathroom
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Section 4: Household characteristics

H21 What type of bathroom does this household mainly use?

[] 10 Inside, drainage provided
[] 11 Inside, no drainage provided
[] 12 Outside built, drainage provided
[] 13 Outside built, no drainage provided
[] 14 Make shift
[] 15 None
[] 96 Other

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United Kingdom 1991 — source variable UK1991A_BATH — Bath/shower
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Does your household - that is, you and any people who usually live here with you - have use of:


a. A bath or shower?

[] 1 Yes - for use only by this household
[] 2 Yes - for use also by another household
[] 3 No - no bath or shower available


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United States 1960 — source variable US1960A_BATHRMS — Number of bathrooms
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[20%]
H30. How many bathrooms are in your house or apartment?

A complete bathroom has both flush toilet and bathing facilities (bathtub or shower).

A partial bathroom has a flush toilet or bathing facilities, but not bath.


[] No bathroom, or only a partial bathroom
[] 1 complete bathroom
[] 1 complete bathroom, plus partial bathroom(s)
[] 2 or more complete bathrooms


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United States 1970 — source variable US1970A_BATHRMS — Number of bathrooms
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H21. How many bathrooms do you have?

A complete bathroom is a room with flush toilet, bathtub or shower, and wash
basin with piped water.
A half bathroom has at least a flush toilet or bathtub or shower, but does not have
all the facilities for a complete bathroom.

[] No bathroom, or only a half bathroom
[] 1 complete bathroom
[] 1 complete bathroom, plus half bath(s)
[] 2 complete bathrooms
[] 2 complete bathrooms, plus half bath(s)
[] 3 or more complete bathrooms

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United States 1980 — source variable US1980A_BATHRMS — Number of bathrooms
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H25. How many bathrooms do you have?
A complete bathroom is a room with flush toilet, bathtub or shower, and wash basin with piped water.

A half bathroom has at least a flush toilet or bathtub or shower, but does not all the facilities for a complete bathroom.

[] No bathroom, or only a half bathroom
[] 1 complete bathroom
[] 1 complete bathroom, plus half bath(s)
[] 2 or more complete bathrooms


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United States 2010 — source variable US2010A_SHOWER — Bathtub or shower
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8. Does this house, apartment, or mobile home have:


c) A bathtub or shower?

[] Yes
[] No


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United States 2015 — source variable US2015A_SHOWER — Bathtub or shower
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Housing
Please answer the following questions about the house, apartment, or mobile home at the address on the mailing label.

8. Does this house, apartment, or mobile home have

c) a bathtub or shower?
[] Yes
[] No

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Uruguay 1963 — source variable UY1963A_BATH — Bathing installation
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9. Bathroom services

Installation:
[] 1 Shower
[] 2 Bath
[] 3 Other


Use:
[] 1 Private
[] 2 Common

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Title IX: Bathroom facilities
151. Write down, according to the case, the corresponding box.

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Uruguay 1963 — source variable UY1963A_BATHUSE — Use of bathing facility
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9. Bathroom services

Installation:
[] 1 Shower
[] 2 Bath
[] 3 Other


Use:
[] 1 Private
[] 2 Common

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Title IX: Bathroom facilities
151. Write down, according to the case, the corresponding box.

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Uruguay 1975 — source variable UY1975A_SHWR2 — Shower use
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3. Shower or bath service
[] 1 Has - hot and cold water
[] 2 Has - only cold water
[] 3 Does not have


3.1 Use of the shower or bath
[] 1 Private of the home
[] 2 Shared use with other homes
[] 0 Does not apply (doesn't have shower/bath)

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F. Information about the private home
Once the dwelling part is finished, you will ask questions referring to the Census home.

Remember that if in a dwelling inhabited by more than one private home you should fill out as many documents as there are homes.

Write in each one of the documents the information about each of the homes. You should not repeat information in Section "E. Information about the private dwelling".

Cancel this section upon enumerating the second and following homes that share this dwelling.

3. Shower or bath service

143. Look at the Census document. In part 3, you will mark two things: If a home has shower or bath services and the use of said service.

144. Only in dwellings in which you wrote the supply of water "By pipes, within the dwelling", will they be able to have the class of bathroom specified in boxes 1 or 2.

145. For any other system of supply, mark the box 3 "Does not have".

If a home does not have shower or bath services in use you will register:
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[Below the text are two charts, one of them with box "Does not apply" marked]

146. In the home of the Silva family, the only one in the dwelling, they have a bathtub in the bathroom, but they carry the water in buckets from the well. Register this case:

[Below the text are two charts, one of them with boxes "Does not have" and "Does not apply" marked]

147. Remember that the installation of the shower or bath service, because of being considered as such, should be working; if not, you will register "Does not have" (box 3) and in use, "Does not apply" (box "0").

Use of the shower and bath service
148. You should mark if the shower and bath service is used only by the home, or if it is shared with one or more homes.
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149. You are enumerating a dwelling occupied by two homes. You registered the system of supply of water as "By pipes within the dwelling" (box "1").

In the bathroom there is an installed "Water heater" and the bathroom is used by both homes. Register the situation of the first home.

[Below the text are two charts, one of them boxes "Has with hot and cold water" and "Common with other homes" marked]

For the second home you will register in the same form as the first.

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Venezuela 1981 — source variable VE1981A_SHOWER — Number of rooms with shower
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10. How many bathrooms with shower or tub does this dwelling have?
[] One
[] Two
[] Three or more
[] None

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Installations and equipment

Question 10


-- How many rooms with a shower are in the dwelling?

The number of bathrooms with shower is indicated here.

Bathroom facilities:


A dwelling has a bathroom when it provides a private space within the dwelling with a shower meant especially for bathing.

If the dwelling "room in a house, quinta, or apartment" has a bathroom for exclusive use for the household occupying the room, this bathroom is recorded for this household. If the bathroom is not exclusive, the bathrooms are assigned to the household identified as the principal resident of the apartment, building, house, or quinta.

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For the dwelling "room in a tenement", the oval corresponding to "does not have" is filled in.

When more than one household lives in a dwelling, care must be taken in assigning only those bathrooms used exclusively by those households.

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Venezuela 1990 — source variable VE1990A_BATHS — Baths and showers
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12. How many bathrooms with shower or tub does this dwelling have?
[] One
[] Two
[] Three or more
[] None

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Question No.12

[Bathrooms with shower]
[The instructions refer to a graphic of section II, question 12 on the census form.]

-- Fill in the cell that corresponds to the answer given.

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Venezuela 2001 — source variable VE2001A_ROOMSH — Number of rooms with showers in the dwelling
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11. How many bathrooms with a tub or shower does this dwelling have? _ _
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1.9 Bathroom with shower

This refers to the space, inside or outside of the dwelling, meant for personal hygiene and equipped with a shower.

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Venezuela 2001 — source variable VE2001A_ROOMSHH — Number of rooms with a tub or shower in the household
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5. How many bathrooms with tubs or showers are available for exclusive use of this household? _ _