Household questionnaire

Summary table

Residents

Present

Absent

Total

_ _ _ Male

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

Absent

_ _ _ Male

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

Total

_ _ _ Male

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

Visitors

_ _ _ Male

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

Total population surveyed

_ _ _ Male

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

_ _ _ Female

_ _ _ Total

Summary table

The summary table located on the first page of the questionnaire is a summary of the count conducted in the household. Here, it is asked that you quickly and accurately report the numbers from the following two variables on the questionnaire: sex (Column 17) and residence status (Column 15).

How to complete the summary table

The summary table located on the first page of the questionnaire is a summary of the count conducted in the household. Here, it is asked that you quickly and accurately report the numbers from the following two variables on the questionnaire: sex (Column 17) and residence status (Column 15).

How to complete the summary table

You must complete the summary table only after the household census has been completed in full. It is to be completed column by column, as follows:

Column 1: - first, the total number of male residents present in the household (RP)

- next, the total number of female residents present

- finally, the total number of residents present, of both sexes.

Column 2: - the total number of male residents absent from the household (RA)

- the total number of female residents absent

- the total number of residents absent, of both sexes.

Column 3: - the total number of male residents, present and absent from the household (RP + RA)

- the total number of female residents, present and absent

- the total number of residents, present and absent, of both sexes

Column 4: - the total number of male visitors (VI)

- the total number of female visitors

- the total number of visitors, of both sexes.

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Column 5: - the total male population recorded (RP + RA + VI)

- the total female population recorded

- the total population recorded, of both sexes.

Column 1: - first, the total number of male residents present in the household (RP)

- next, the total number of female residents present

- finally, the total number of residents present, of both sexes.

Column 2: - the total number of male residents absent from the household (RA)

- the total number of female residents absent

- the total number of residents absent, of both sexes.

Column 3: - the total number of male residents, present and absent from the household (RP + RA)

- the total number of female residents, present and absent

- the total number of residents, present and absent, of both sexes

Column 4: - the total number of male visitors (VI)

- the total number of female visitors

- the total number of visitors, of both sexes.

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Column 5: - the total male population recorded (RP + RA + VI)

- the total female population recorded

- the total population recorded, of both sexes.

[Example of a completed summary table omitted.]