Questionnaire Text

Argentina 1980 Ecuador 2010 Israel 1983 Paraguay 1972
Argentina 1991 Egypt 1986 Israel 1995 Paraguay 1982
Argentina 2001 Egypt 1996 Jamaica 2001 Paraguay 1992
Armenia 2001 Egypt 2006 Jordan 2004 Paraguay 2002
Armenia 2011 El Salvador 2007 Kenya 1979 Peru 1993
Bangladesh 1991 Ethiopia 1984 Kenya 1989 Peru 2007
Bangladesh 2001 Ethiopia 1994 Kenya 1999 Philippines 1990
Bangladesh 2011 Ethiopia 2007 Kenya 2009 Poland 1978
Belarus 1999 Fiji 1986 Kyrgyz Republic 1999 Poland 2002
Belarus 2009 Fiji 2007 Kyrgyz Republic 2009 Portugal 1981
Benin 1992 France 1962 Lesotho 1996 Portugal 1991
Benin 2002 France 1968 Lesotho 2006 Portugal 2001
Benin 2013 France 1975 Liberia 1974 Portugal 2011
Bolivia 1976 France 1982 Liberia 2008 Romania 1977
Bolivia 1992 France 1990 Malawi 1987 Romania 1992
Bolivia 2001 France 1999 Malawi 1998 Romania 2002
Botswana 1991 France 2006 Malawi 2008 Romania 2011
Brazil 1960 France 2011 Malaysia 1970 Rwanda 2002
Brazil 1970 Ghana 2000 Malaysia 1980 Rwanda 2012
Brazil 1980 Ghana 2010 Malaysia 1991 Saint Lucia 1991
Brazil 1991 Guinea 1983 Malaysia 2000 Senegal 2002
Brazil 2000 Guinea 1996 Mali 1998 Sierra Leone 2004
Brazil 2010 Haiti 1971 Mali 2009 Slovenia 2002
Burkina Faso 2006 Haiti 2003 Mexico 1960 South Africa 1996
Cambodia 1998 Honduras 1974 Mexico 1970 South Africa 2001
Cambodia 2008 Honduras 1988 Mexico 1990 South Africa 2007
Cameroon 1987 Honduras 2001 Mexico 1995 South Africa 2011
Cameroon 2005 Hungary 1970 Mexico 2000 South Sudan 2008
Canada 1971 Hungary 1990 Mexico 2005 Spain 1981
Canada 2011 India 1983 Mexico 2010 Sudan 2008
Chile 1960 India 1987 Mexico 2015 Tanzania 2002
Chile 1970 India 1993 Mozambique 1997 Tanzania 2012
Chile 1982 India 1999 Mozambique 2007 Thailand 1970
Chile 1992 India 2004 Nicaragua 2005 Thailand 1980
Chile 2002 India 2009 Nigeria 2006 Thailand 1990
China 2000 Indonesia 1971 Nigeria 2007 Thailand 2000
Colombia 1964 Indonesia 1976 Nigeria 2008 Uganda 1991
Colombia 1973 Indonesia 1980 Nigeria 2009 Uganda 2002
Colombia 1985 Indonesia 1985 Nigeria 2010 Ukraine 2001
Colombia 1993 Indonesia 1990 Pakistan 1973 United States 1960
Colombia 2005 Indonesia 1995 Pakistan 1981 United States 1990
Costa Rica 1963 Indonesia 2000 Pakistan 1998 Uruguay 1963
Costa Rica 1973 Indonesia 2005 Palestine 1997 Uruguay 1975
Costa Rica 1984 Indonesia 2010 Palestine 2007 Uruguay 1985
Costa Rica 2000 Iran 2006 Panama 1960 Venezuela 1981
Costa Rica 2011 Iran 2011 Panama 1970 Venezuela 1990
Dominican Republic 1960 Iraq 1997 Panama 1980 Venezuela 2001
Dominican Republic 1970 Ireland 1986 Panama 2000 Vietnam 1989
Dominican Republic 2002 Ireland 1991 Panama 2010 Vietnam 1999
Dominican Republic 2010 Ireland 1996 Papua New Guinea 1980 Vietnam 2009
Ecuador 1962 Ireland 2002 Papua New Guinea 1990 Zambia 1990
Ecuador 1990 Ireland 2006 Papua New Guinea 2000 Zambia 2000
Ecuador 2001 Ireland 2011 Paraguay 1962 Zimbabwe 2012
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Argentina 1980 — source variable AR1980A_0033 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Argentina 1991 — source variable AR1991A_0045 — Size of place

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Argentina 2001 — source variable AR2001A_0022 — Urban - rural
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Geographic location of the segment

___ Province
___ Municipality
___ Department/Administrative Area
___ Locality/Place

_ _ Fraction No.
_ _ Range No.
_ _ Segment No.


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Armenia 2001 — source variable AM2001A_0020 — Urban/Rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Armenia 2011 — source variable AM2011A_0022 — Urban-rural status
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I. Address

1. Census organizational area numbers (Census area, Supervisory area, Enumeration area)

2. Household address
Marz ____
Region ____
Community ____
Settlement/Administrative district ____
Telephone number ____
(In case of organization) organization name ____


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Bangladesh 1991 — source variable BD1991A_0039 — Urban status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Bangladesh 2001 — source variable BD2001A_0028 — Urban status
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In the upper part the identification of the Enumeration Area. Enter the name of the Zila in the blank space for Zila name and the geo-code from the first page of census Book. According to geo-code enter the decennial digit in the upper line and single digit in the second line. Similarly, enter the name of the thana and its geo-code in the specific box. In the next line enter the union name for rural area and ward number for municipal area and then enter the geo-codes from census packet and fill out the appropriate oval boxes. Similarly, in the next line enter the mauza name for rural area and mahallah name for municipal area and geo codes from census packet and fill out the appropriate oval boxes. At last, fill out 1 oval box for rural, 2 oval box for urban, 3 oval box for other urban, and 4 oval box for SMA area.

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Bangladesh 2011 — source variable BD2011A_0028 — Urban-rural (RMO code)
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[Bangladesh 2011 enumeration form - short version.]

RMO code

[] 1 Rural
[] 2 Pourashava
[] 3 Upazila headquarter
[] 5 Cantonment board
[] 9 City corporation

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In this census digital maps maintaining 1.5000 scale for urban area and 1.10000 scale for rural area have been prepared after having image from the air. In those maps identification boundary for mauza and within mauza villages and dividing villages enumeration areas have been clearly done for rural area. In urban area identification boundary for mahallah and dividing mahallah enumeration areas have been shown.

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Belarus 1999 — source variable BY1999A_0020 — Urban/rural
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___ No. of census division
___ No. of instructor district
___ No. of enumeration district
___ List No.
___ Form No. within portfolio
___ Region
___ Avenue, street, by-street
___ District
___ House No. or name of house owner
___ Apt. No.
___ Rural Council
___ Settlement
___ Institution

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Belarus 2009 — source variable BY2009A_0022 — Urban-rural status
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Number of enumeration area _ _
Number of instructors' district _ _
Number of enumeration district _
Number of premise within enumeration district _ _ _

Oblasts, the Minsk city ____
District or city district ____
City or urban settlement ____
Rural council ____
Rural settlement ____
Avenue, street, lane _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
House number _ _ _
Building number _ _ _
Apartment _ _ _ _
Phone number ____

In case there is no house number, indicate:
Name and initials of owner, tenant (subtenant) ____

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Benin 1992 — source variable BJ1992A_0025 — Area of residence
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Household questionnaire document paragraph 2 number 1

Localization

Department _
Sub-prefecture/Urban district _ _
Rural/Urban township _ _
Village/Neighborhood _ _
Locality or hamlet ____
Census zone _ _ _
Order number of building(s) _ _ _
Order number of household _ _ _
Type of household _
Name of respondent ____
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II. How to fill out the questionnaire (Document RGPH 2 Number 1).

First page:
Localization: The census agent shall write clearly, using block letters, the elements of the household's geographic localization.

Department: write down the name of the department in which the census agent is.

Urban district or sub-prefecture: write down the name of the urban district or the sub-prefecture. Cross out the inappropriate term.

Township: write down the name of the township to which the census agent's census zone belongs. Specify if it is a rural or urban district by crossing out the inappropriate term.

Census zone: write down, in the grid, the census zone's number. This three-digit number shall be given by the team leader.

Village or neighborhood: write down the name of the village if the census agent is in a rural township or the name of the neighborhood if it is an urban township. Cross out the inappropriate term.

Building number: report this three-digit number that was marked on the main door of the head of household's building, then potentially other building numbers of the dwelling unit. Only the number of the main building used by the head of household shall be reported in the grid.

Household number: write in the household number in the designated grids. The numbering must be continuous within the census zone.
Example: "1" must be reported as 001 and "12" as 012.

Type of household: there are two types of households: the ordinary household and the collective household. The census agent shall write down "ordinary" in the case of an ordinary household. He shall write down "collective" in the case of a collective household and specify the name of the establishment.
Example: jail house of Cotonou.

Important note: collective households are reported according to their directors. They can be a hotel director, a prison director, etc. The team leader will introduce the census agent to such establishments.

Locality (hamlet): at the end of the "localization" section, the census agent shall report the name of the locality for villages.

Visa table: the census agent and the team leader shall note each in their own sections, their last and first names, the date of household visit, and the control date.

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Benin 2002 — source variable BJ2002A_0045 — Area of residence

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Benin 2013 — source variable BJ2013A_0078 — Urban
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Agricultural exploitation
[Questions 59.1-59.5 were asked of all households]

59.5 What is the total surface of the agricultural lands owned by the household?

In hectares _ _ _
In acres _ _

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Bolivia 1976 — source variable BO1976A_0027 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Bolivia 1992 — source variable BO1992A_0034 — Rural category
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12. Only for rural, dispersed area: _ _ _

12.1 ____ Name of the place
12.2 Category:
[] 0 Community
[] 1 Ranch
[] 2 Agricultural estate/plantation (hacienda)
[] 3 Ex-agricultural estate (Ex-hacienda) [Communities created by the 1953 Agrarian reform in which community members have titles to small plots of land.]
[] 4 Farm
[] 5 Cooperative/union
[] 6 Colony
[] 7 Barracks
[] 8 Other (specify) ____


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Bolivia 2001 — source variable BO2001A_0077 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Botswana 1991 — source variable BW1991A_0027 — Urban or rural area

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Brazil 1960 — source variable BR1960A_0019 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Brazil 1970 — source variable BR1970A_0004 — Area type
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Situation:

[] 0 Urban
[] 1 Suburban
[] 2 Rural


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Brazil 1980 — source variable BR1980A_0028 — Urban-rural
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Situation

[] 1 city or town
[] 3 isolated urban area
[] 5 rural agglomeration
[] 7 rural zone


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Brazil 1991 — source variable BR1991A_0010 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Brazil 2000 — source variable BR2000A_0012 — Urban-rural status, detailed

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Burkina Faso 2006 — source variable BF2006A_0027 — Type of locality
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I. Household identification

M1. Region _ _
M2. Province _ _
M3. Commune/Neighborhood _ _
M4. Village/Sector _ _ _
M5. Type of Locality (1 = Urban; 2 = Rural) _
M6. Control/Counting Zone Number _ _ _ _
M7. Concession within the Counting Zone _ _
M8. Household within the concession _ _ _


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Cambodia 1998 — source variable KH1998A_0024 — Urban rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Cambodia 2008 — source variable KH2008A_0026 — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Cameroon 1987 — source variable CM1987A_0028 — Urban status
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Form RD2
Household - Housing unit questionnaire

Confidential - Information contained in this document is confidential and shall not be used for prosecution, tax control, or economic penalties. Any failure to answer or any inaccurate answer shall be punished in accordance with Law No. 83/017 of 21st July 1963 relating to the obligation to furnish statistics and the secrecy attached thereto.

A. Province: _
B. Division: _ _
C. Sub-division or district: _ _ _
D. Town or village: _ _ _
E. Quarter of town or locality: _ _
F. Enumeration area No.: _ _ _
G. Structure No.: _ _ _
H. Household No.: _ _
Total number of questionnaires used in this household _
Questionnaire No. _


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Cameroon 2005 — source variable CM2005A_0028 — Urban
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Residential environment: This includes urban environments and rural environments. The urban environment is all the higher defined cities together; all the villages grouped together make up a rural environment.

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Canada 1971 — source variable CA1971A_0439 — Place of residence on June 1, 1971

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Canada 2011 — source variable CA2011A_0024 — Rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Chile 1960 — source variable CL1960A_0024 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Chile 1970 — source variable CL1970A_0033 — Urban-rural status
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7. Area:

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

8. Place or locality

a) ____ Name
b) ____ Category (indicate whether a city, town, hamlet, agricultural estate (fundo), nitrate mine, encampment, outpost, etc.)

9. Address:

Urban:
____ Street
____ Number
____ Floor number
____ Apartment number

Rural:
____ Route


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Chile 1982 — source variable CL1982A_0015 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Chile 1992 — source variable CL1992A_0021 — Urban-rural
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I. Geographic and Census Identification

Instructions: Transfer to these spaces the numbers corresponding to those on the cover of the folder: Municipality, District, Census Zone, Block, Enumeration Sector and Area

____Municipality

____District

____Census Zone

____Block

____Enumeration Sector

Area:

[] Urban
[] Rural

For office use:

Dwelling [fill-in ovals, 2-digits, 0 through 9]
Household [fill-in ovals, 2-digits, 0 through 9]

Dwelling address

Urban:

____ Street
____ Number
____ Floor
____ Apartment number
____ Locality
____ Entity

Rural

____ Route
____ Locality
____ Entity


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Chile 2002 — source variable CL2002A_0025 — Urban-rural area

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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China 2000 — source variable CN2000A_0021 — Urban location of household

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Colombia 1964 — source variable CO1964A_0005 — Area
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A--Geographic location

____ I- Department, Administration, or Precinct
____ II- Municipality
____ III- Administrative unit
____ Judicial Precinct
____ IV- Administrative section
____ Hamlet
V-
[ ] Urban Area
[ ] Rural
____ VI- Zone number
____ VII- Sector
____ VIII- Section
____ IX- Block
____ X- Address of the building
____ XI- Apartment number

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V - Urban area

For enumerating purposes urban areas will be considered surfaces occupied by cities, municipal capitals, capitals of administrative units, police inspectorates, and hamlets without authority where buildings are grouped.

A cross should be marked if the area has these characteristics.

Rural area

Rural area is understood to be the surface occupied by agricultural farms, livestock farms or unexploited or unproductive regions. In these surfaces the houses of habitation are not considered to be grouped.

A cross should be marked in the areas that have these characteristics.


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Colombia 1973 — source variable CO1973A_0006 — Type of area
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1 Department, Administration, Precinct ____
2 Municipality ____
3 Administrative unit

a. Name of town ____
b. Type or class of town
[] 1 Head town
[] 2 Administrative center
[] 3 Small village
[] 4 Other

4 Zone

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

5 Sector number ____
6 Section number ____
7 Block number ____
8 Enumeration area ____

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Section I. Geographic location

[Below the text is a form.]

To fill out this Section you should take the information from the "Identification of the area of enumeration card" Form DANE CP 10-89 for urban areas and Form DANE CP 10-91 for Rural Areas; that you will find in your materials bag. Register them in all the Forms you fill out.


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Colombia 1985 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Colombia 1993 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Colombia 2005 — source variable CO2005A_0031 — Class
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II. Questionnaire of the census units

Identification

____ Class
____ AG
____ AGAD
____ Order number of the building in the AG
____ Code of the interviewer
____ Order number of the unit within the building--code of the interviewer
____ Address

In addition, in the case of class 3 AG, disperse rural, you will collect the information about the municipal territory, inspection, village, road, or group of rural housing and the territorialness for Indigenous Protection and Black Communities. For this, you will request that the interviewee answer the following:

1. Name of:

1. Municipal territory (Corregimiento): "DMC removable list"
2. Inspection: "DMC removable list"
3. Village: "DMC removable list"
4. Indigenous territory (Parcel, protected area, reserve, group of rural dwellings, unauthorized dwellings, community)
5. Rural remainder -- Continue with question about territorialness _____
Write the number of the group when the answer is 1, 2, 3, or 4.

2. Territorialness

[] 1 Reserve: "DMC removable list"
[] 2 Collective territory of a black community: "DMC removable list"
[] 3 None or the above

Name: _____

(Write the name of the territory when the answer is 1 or 2)

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Chapter I

Geographic census identification and summary of the AG

This chapter should be correctly filled out with your name and code. Never leave it blank, even when the AG does not contain buildings, for example, a park.

[Below the text is a blank form.]

In numbers 1 to 3. Write the name and code of the department and municipality conforming to the list of the Political Administrative Division of Colombia. Write the code of the AG.

In number 4. Write the name and code of the enumerator


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Costa Rica 1963 — source variable CR1963A_0008 — Urban
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Identification
____ Province
____ Canton
____ District
____ Agricultural Region number
____ Zone number
____ Section number
____ Segment number
[] Urban
[] Rural
____ Census household number (visit order)
____ Institution (name)
____ Neighborhood or hamlet (caser?o)
____ Avenues (numbers)
____ Streets (names)
____ Highway, route, etc.


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Costa Rica 1973 — source variable CR1973A_0016 — Urban
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____ Province
____ Canton
____ District
____ Segment
____ Zone number
____ Section number
[] Urban
[] Rural
_ _ Office use
_ _ _ _ Dwelling number (visit order)
____ Neighborhood or hamlet
____ Highway, route, etc.
____ Avenues (numbers)
____ Streets (names)
____ Institution (name)
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The information referring to: Province, Canton, District, Segment, Zone, Section, Urban or Rural, should be taken from the title page of the folder, since they are equal for all forms of each segment.

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Costa Rica 1984 — source variable CR1984A_0018 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Costa Rica 2000 — source variable CR2000A_0022 — Zone
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Dwellings in urban zones: Write the name of the city, neighborhood, boulevard, urbanization, streets, avenue, roads, number of the house or other type of reference that contributes to locating the dwelling.

Example:

Santa Marta, Urbanization
La Flor, second entrance,
50 mts [meters] to the left,
house No. 5.
Dwellings in rural (dispersed) zones: Write down the name of the site or place and later the road or path, route or river, or other references that will permit the dwellings that are dispersed to be located.

Example:

Los Chiles highway, one kilometer north of the entrance of the farm Porvenir, house to the right, white and blue colored.


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Costa Rica 2011 — source variable CR2011A_0029 — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Dominican Republic 1960 — source variable DO1960A_0023 — Urban-rural status
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A. Location of the Census Household

____ Province
____ Municipality or Municipal district
____ City or Section
____ Neighborhood or settlement
____ Rural location (paraje)
____ D. E. (Enumeration district)
____ Block number
____ Building or house number
____ Floor
____ Dwelling in a patio or farm
____ Census household number

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First Part - A) Location of the census household:

33. City or rural section. If the dwelling is located in a city, village, or rural section, this name is recorded in this space.


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Dominican Republic 1970 — source variable DO1970A_0024 — Urban-rural status
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For households of one to six people

____ Province
____ Municipality or municipal district
____ City (for urban areas)
____ Section (for rural areas)
____ Rural location (paraje)
____ Zone number
____ Form number
____ Control sheet number

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11.1 Title page

The geographical data needed to individualize the census form is recorded on the title page. The province and municipality or municipal district must be recorded on all forms. The name of the corresponding city, for urban areas, and the name of the section and of the rural location [paraje], for rural areas, is recorded also. "Urban areas" are considered to be the areas that correspond to the seats of municipalities or municipal districts and "rural areas" are the areas corresponding to the population of the sections of municipalities or municipal districts. The enumeration zone number, found in the List of Dwellings given to the enumerators is also recorded on the title page along with the form number assigned by the enumerator as the forms are filled out, starting with the number 1, for each zone. Also recorded on the title page is the corresponding control sheet number that is the same that is recorded in the "Enumerator's Number" box found on the control sheet and is assigned by the group leader. The complete names of the enumerator and of the group leader are also recorded on the title page. The other information requested on the title sheet, i.e. names of critic, encoder, transcriber, and evaluator as well as the spaces used for coding, will be used by the National Office of Statistics after enumeration. The upper right-hand corner of the title page contains the information relating to the number of persons fitting in the form. Therefore, before starting to use a certain form, the enumerator should carefully ask about the number of census household members in order to choose and use a census form with the appropriate capacity. If, in spite of this effort, it is discovered later that the number of census household members is other than what was previously thought, the correct procedure is to start over in a new pamphlet with the correct capacity and to simply return the unused form with the rest of the materials.


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Dominican Republic 2002 — source variable DO2002A_0032 — Urban rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Dominican Republic 2010 — source variable DO2010A_0026 — Urban or rural area of residence
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Section I - Geographic location

Folder Number: _ _ _ _ _ _

Surveyed housing number: _ _ _

Household number within dwelling: _

Neighborhood/region: ____

Block: _ _ _ _

If this survey is a continuation of the previous one please fill in:

[] Continuation

Household address: ________ (street, avenue, path, road, km, etc.)

House No.____ Apt. No. ____


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Ecuador 1962 — source variable EC1962A_0022 — Type of populated area
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B. Geographic Location

(1) ____ Province
(2) ____ Canton
(3) ____ Parish

(4)
[] Urban
[] Rural

(5) ____ Category
(6) ____ Zone
(7) ____ Sector
(8) ____ Block or population center
(9) ____ Form number

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Populated area or locality. Is any populated place that can be identified clearly and precisely by its name and geographic location. As such, populated areas and localities are:

a) Cities, towns, villages and hamlets, however small they may be and even though they may only have a limited numbers of dwellings;

b) Large farms (haciendas), indigenous communities and groups of dwellings from small and medium-sized agricultural properties that are close to one another, without forming part of a city, village, or any other locality, provided that the place where they are located is known by a common geographic name. When the dwellings of these small agricultural properties are located adjacent to a locality, without having their own name, they should be considered part of the adjacent locality;

c) Factories, industrial establishments, work and military camps, that are isolated. Their conditions should be specified; and,

d) Isolated or spread out houses and dwellings that don't form part of any large farm
(fundo), agricultural plot or locality, should be considered separate localities and identified by the name of the place where they are located; so, for example: house on the Las Juntas bridge; house in Cerro Negro; house in Quebrada Miraflores [Miraflores Gully], etc.

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Ecuador 1990 — source variable EC1990A_0078 — Urban administrative unit

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Ecuador 2001 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Ecuador 2010 — source variable EC2010A_0029 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Egypt 1986 — source variable EG1986A_0025 — Urban or rural area

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Egypt 1996 — source variable EG1996A_0023 — Urban or rural area
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Governorate: ____
City: ____
District/Markaz: ____
Shyakha/Village: ____
Enumeration area number: ____
Road/Hamlet name: ____
Road/Hamlet number: ____
Block number: ____
Building number or owner's name: ____
Census building number: ____
Household serial number: ____

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Egypt 2006 — source variable EG2006A_0031 — Urban/rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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El Salvador 2007 — source variable SV2007A_0036 — Urban/rural status
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The sixth population and fifth dwelling census is conducted on a national level, in both urban and rural areas. Urban area is understood to mean all of the municipal capitals [cabeceras municipales] where the civil, religious and military authorities are located; and those areas that have the following characteristics: a minimum of 500 contiguous dwellings; public lighting service; a primary school [centro educativo a nivel de educaci?n b?sica]; regular transportation service; paved or cobbled streets; and public telephone service.

The rest of the municipality, made up of small towns and settlements [cantones y caser?os], is a rural area.

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Ethiopia 1984 — source variable ET1984A_0022 — Urban

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Ethiopia 1994 — source variable ET1994A_0036 — Urban or rural status
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Section I: Area identification

1. Region/killil ____

2. Zone ____

3. Wereda ____

4. Town ____

5. Sub city/keftegna ____

6. Supervision area ____

7. Farmer association/kebele ____

8. Enumeration area ____

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Section 1: Area identification

Columns 4 and 5: Town and Keftegna
For enumeration areas found in a town, take the town names and keftegna codes from the EA map and record them appropriately. For enumeration areas found in the rural areas, put a dash mark.


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Ethiopia 2007 — source variable ET2007A_0031 — Urban status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Fiji 1986 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Fiji 2007 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 1962 — source variable FR1962A_0012 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 1968 — source variable FR1968A_0061 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 1975 — source variable FR1975A_0058 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 1982 — source variable FR1982A_0044 — Urban-rural and size of place

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 1990 — source variable FR1990A_0050 — Urban-rural, 1982 definition

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 1999 — source variable FR1999A_0022 — Size of urban unit in 1999

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 2006 — source variable FR2006A_0053 — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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France 2011 — source variable FR2011A_0060 — Urban-rural status
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Identifier
Municipality ____
Department _ _
Municipality _ _ _
District _ _ _ _
Line A _ _ _
Line L _ _ _

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Ghana 2000 — source variable GH2000A_0037 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Ghana 2010 — source variable GH2010A_0068 — Urban

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Guinea 1983 — source variable GN1983A_0035 — Urban-rural
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Section A: Geographic characteristics

5. ____ Sector /Village (S/V)

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II. Cartographic Units

40. For the purposes of census cartography, a number of units have been defined. They are:

1. Village/Township

A village or township refers to any specific grouping of population whose inhabitants live in buildings used as dwellings which are fewer than 200 meters apart from each other and which have a recognized name or status. A hamlet of 2 houses constitutes a town just as Conakry does.

2. Town / City

42. A township or village with at least 1,000 residents, which is easily accessible and has services such as a post office, police, clinic (or hospital), a Revolutionary Teaching Center which goes up to middle school at least a market, stores, movie theater and, possibly, a gas and water supply/network is considered a city.

43. However, a village or township of less than 1000 inhabitants who enjoy all year round running water and electricity and with services such as a dispensary or a hospital, a market, shops, and a movie theatre will also be considered as a town.

3. Village

44. Any town in a rural area with a population of between 200 and 1000 inhabitants is considered a village.

4. Hamlet

45. Any town in a rural area with a population of fewer than 200 inhabitants is considered a hamlet.

5. Census track (ZD)

46. The census zone (ZD) is both a portion of territory and a population gathering of between 500 and 800 inhabitants in a rural area, and between 700 and 1200 inhabitants in an urban area; the enumerator must enumerate this area during the counting phase of the census.

The census zone (ZD) is made up of a PRL or a portion of a PRL, but never overlaps several PRLs.

6. Control Zone (ZC)

47. The control zone is a group of 3 to 5 census zones which are placed under the responsibility of one Team Leader.

I. Geographical location

76. The enumerator will write very legibly (and will print in block letters if possible) the data related to the geographic location of the household:

1. General Commissariat of the Revolution (CGR): Write the name of the CGR in which the census zone is located.
2. Administrative Region (RA): Write the name of the administrative region.
3. District (A) (arrondissement): Write the name of the district where the census zone is located.
4. Local Revolutionary Authority (PRL): Write the name of the PRL to which the census zone belongs.
5. PRL Sector (S): Write the name of the sector in which the enumerator is currently working.
6. City/Village/Hamlet (V/H): Write the name of the town where the enumerator is by crossing out the unnecessary words to specify if it is a question of a town, village or hamlet (see the definitions above in paragraphs 41-45).
7. Control Zone Sequence number (ZC): Write the control zone to which the census zone belongs in capital letters.
8. Census Zone Sequence number (ZD): Indicate the two-figure number of the census zone which the enumerator is enumerating.
9. Building Sequence number: Write the three-figure number of the building which the head of household lives in.
10. Household Sequence number: Give a number to each household and write it using a three-figure number.

The information for points 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8 will be provided by your team leader, and will possibly be written on the enumerator's bag.


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Guinea 1996 — source variable GN1996A_0054 — Urban-rural
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Territorial administrative units
The Republic of Guinea is subdivided into highly structured territorial administrative units, called the Administrative Region, the Prefecture, the Sub-prefecture, the Commune, the District and the Neighborhood (Quartier). The Administrative Region is the largest administrative division in the country. There are a total of 8 of them. They are directed by a Governor. All of the services of the state are represented at the headquarters of the Administrative Region. The Administrative Region is subdivided into Prefectures. It should, however, be pointed out that the Administrative Region of Conarky, the capital of the country, is, unlike other Regions, sub-divided into Communes, which have the standing and prerogatives of a Prefecture in terms of the organization of the data collectors.

The prefectures are territorial administrative subdivisions, which are directly dependent on the administrative region. The prefecture is directed by a prefect. There are 33 prefectures in all. Each prefecture is subdivided into a certain number of sub-prefectures, each one of which is directed by a sub-prefect. The sub-prefecture is subdivided into districts. The sub-prefecture corresponding to the headquarters of the prefecture is established in common (with the prefecture). As for the commune, it is subdivided into neighborhoods. The neighborhood or the district is the smallest administrative bodies in the country. The neighborhood is under the responsibility of a neighborhood leader, whereas the district is directed by the President of the district. The district is made up essentially of rural areas (villages, hamlets) where the great majority of the farmers live. The neighborhood is generally subdivided into sectors. The territorial administrative communities which have been kept as territorial units for the census are: the administrative region, the prefecture, the commune and the sub-prefecture. For the specific needs of the data collection process in the field, the sub-prefectures and the communes have been subdivided into homogeneous territorial units and called census zones.

In rural areas, a census area may correspond to part or all of a district, just as it can overlap 2 or 3 districts within the same prefecture. In an urban setting, the status of a census zone is also variable from one commune to the next.


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Haiti 1971 — source variable HT1971A_0030 — Urban or rural area in which household is located

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Haiti 2003 — source variable HT2003A_0040 — Place of residence (urban or rural)

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Honduras 1974 — source variable HN1974A_0027 — Area
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I Geographic Location
1. Department____
2. Municipality____
3. Village____
4. Locality____
5. Supervision area number____
6. Segment number____
7. Address of the building the dwelling is located in____
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I. Geographic Localization

Record the following information on all the forms as you enumerate in the zone assigned to you: 1) Department (name); 2) Municipality (name); 5) Supervision area (number); 6) Zone number. The information is on the cover of your folder.

Note that the part corresponding to "Geographic Localization" requires additional information which should be investigated and recorded by the enumerator on his/her route but which does not appear on the cover of the folder. The information is: 3) Town (name); 4) Populated area (name); 7) Address of the building where the dwelling is located (avenue, street, etc.)

Take special care when recording the information you are investigating. Most of the zones in rural areas are made up of two or more populated areas, some of which do not belong to a single town and there is a tendency to repeat the name of the town and the populated area even after having moved to another place. For example: zone X is made up of the populated area El Pino, which belongs to the town of El Rosario, and the populated area El Manguito, which belongs to the town of El Jolote. The enumerator begins his/her route in El Pino, in the town of El Rosario. After having enumerated all the dwellings in that populated area the enumerator goes to El Manguito in the town of El Jolote, upon which he/she should immediately remember to change the populated area and town. If the enumerator does not do this and continues writing El Pino populated area in the town of El Rosario, all the dwellings and the population of the other populated area will be assigned to this one.


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Honduras 1988 — source variable HN1988A_0057 — Urban or rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Honduras 2001 — source variable HN2001A_0041 — Urban or rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Hungary 1970 — source variable HU1970A_0033 — Type of locality
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____Commune, town
____ District
____ Street, road, squares
____ House number, topographical number
____ Floor, ground-floor
____ Door number
____ Part of settlement, outskirts
_ _ _ Number of enumeration district

_ _ _ Serial number of the Housing Questionnaire
_ _ _ Serial number of the building

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6. Presence on the place of enumeration
The place of the enumeration is the dwelling where the persons under enumeration live (i.e. those enumerated with the help of the respective Personal questionnaires).

The person to enumerate might be present, or absent depending whether at the reference date of the census he/she had stayed in the dwelling or not. The official registration of the person as resident does not automatically signifies the effective situation. In case the persons was not present the definite answer of his/her stay (locality, district, name of the public place, number of the building, door number) should be registered.

The persons having been working at the night of the reference date of the census (e.g. guards, drivers, pilots, engine drivers, etc.) will be enumerated as "person present" in dwellings they return after performing the works, service to.

The same approach is valid for those being absent only for celebrating the New Year's Eve.

The persons who at the reference date of the census have been travelling shall be enumerated at the destination of their trip.

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Hungary 1990 — source variable HU1990A_0035 — Type of locality where enumerated
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The place of the census:

____ Commune, town
____ District
____ Street, road, squares

____ Street number
____ Building
____ Staircase
____ Ground-floor, floor
____ Door

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India 1983 — source variable IN1983A_0019 — Urban - rural
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Area:

[] 1 Rural*
[] 2 Urban


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India 1987 — source variable IN1987A_0019 — Urban-rural
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[Area:]

[] 1 Rural
[] 2 Urban

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5.1.1 Block 1, items 1-6, 9-12, 13 and 14: identification particulars of the sample village/block: The identification particulars of the sample village and block respectively for rural and urban areas will be recorded against the relevant items 1-6, 9-12, and 14 of this block. At the listing stage these particulars will be copied from the sample list in block 1 of the schedule 0.1 for rural areas and the schedule 0.2 for urban areas. The required identification particulars will be transferred to the respective items of this block from schedule 0.1 in the case of rural areas and schedule 0.2 in the case of urban areas. The name (s) of the hamlet ( ) will be copied from 1 block 3.1 of schedule 0.1 in item 13.

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India 1993 — source variable IN1993A_0021 — Urban-rural
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5.1.0 Block 1: Identification of sample household: The identification particulars of the sample household will be recorded in this block. The instructions to be followed will be the same as those given in paragraphs 4.1.1 to 4.1.7.

However, the following points may be borne in mind:

(i) In item 'survey sequence' (item-14), code to be recorded will be 1 if Schedule 10 is canvassed first and it will be 2, if Schedule 10 is canvassed after canvassing Schedule 1.0 in the sample household.

(ii) In item 'response code' (item-16), the description for code 5 will be 'fatigue due to responses given for Schedule 1.0'.


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India 1999 — source variable IN1999A_0018 — Urban-rural
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4. Sector:

[] 1 Rural
[] 2 Urban

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4.1.1 Block 1: Identification of sample household: items 1 to 11: The identification particulars for items 3-11 will be copied from the corresponding items of block 1 of listing schedule 0.1/0.2. The particulars to be recorded in items 1 and 2 have already been printed in the schedule.

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India 2004 — source variable IN2004A_0030 — Urban-rural
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5. Sector:

[] 1 Rural
[] 2 Urban


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India 2009 — source variable IN2009A_0026 — Urban or rural
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1. Identification of sample household

5. Sector (rural-1, urban-2): ____

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Chapter 1 - Introduction: Concepts, definitions, and procedures

1.0 Introduction
1.0.1 The National Sample Survey (NSS), set up by the Government of India in 1950 to collect socio-economic data employing scientific sampling methods, will start its sixty-sixth round from 1st July 2009. The survey will continue up to 30th June 2010.

1.1 Outline of Survey Programme

1.1.1 Subject Coverage: The 66th round (July 2009-June 2010) of NSS is earmarked for survey on "Household Consumer Expenditure" and "Employment and Unemployment". The survey on "household consumer expenditure" and "employment and unemployment" is going to be the eighth quinquennial survey in the series, the last one being conducted in the 61st round (2004-2005) of NSS.

1.1.2 Geographical coverage: The survey will cover the whole of the Indian Union except (i) interior villages of Nagaland situated beyond five kilometres of the bus route and (ii) villages in Andaman and Nicobar Islands which remain inaccessible throughout the year.
For Leh (Ladakh) and Kargil districts of Jammu and Kashmir there will be no separate sample first-stage units (FSUs) for 'central sample'. For these two districts, sample FSUs drawn as 'state sample' will also be treated as central sample. The state directorate of economics and statistics (DES) will provide a copy of the filled-in schedules to Data Processing Division of NSSO for processing.

1.1.3 Period of survey and work programme: The period of survey will be of one year duration starting on 1st July 2009 and ending on 30th June 2010. The survey period of this round will be divided into four sub-rounds of three months' duration each as follows:
Sub-round 1: July - September 2009
Sub-round 2: October - December 2009
Sub-round 3: January - March 2010
Sub-round 4: April - June 2010

In each of these four sub-rounds equal number of sample villages/ blocks (FSUs) will be allotted for survey with a view to ensuring uniform spread of sample FSUs over the entire survey period. Attempt should be made to survey each of the FSUs during the sub-round to which it is allotted. Because of the arduous field conditions, this restriction need not be strictly enforced in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep and rural areas of Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland.

1.1.4 Schedules of enquiry: During this round, the following schedules of enquiry will be canvassed:
Schedule 0.0: list of households
Schedule 1.0: consumer expenditure
Schedule 10: employment and unemployment
It has been decided that two types of Schedule 1.0 viz. Schedule Type 1 and Schedule Type 2 will be canvassed in this round. Schedule Type 1 is similar to Schedule 1.0 of NSS 61st round. Schedule Type 2 has different reference period (7 days) for some items of food, pan, tobacco and intoxicants as compared to 30 days' reference period for these items in Schedule Type 1. For details, reference may be made to Chapter Three.

1.1.5 Participation of States: In this round all the States and Union Territories except Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Lakshadweep are participating. The following is the matching pattern of the participating States/ UTs.
Nagaland (U): triple
J and K, Manipur and Delhi: double
Maharashtra (U): one and half
Gujarat: less than equal
Remaining States
/ UTs: equal

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Indonesia 1971 — source variable ID1971A_0024 — Urban/rural
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Household characteristics (short form)

[] Urban
[] Rural

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2. Urban/rural
2.1. Concept and definition

Villages that are included in urban areas and in rural areas are inserted into the Sample Questionnaire that is provided by BPS Statistics Indonesia. That Sample Questionnaire is made for every Regency area. Census Office and BPS Provincial Office receives three sets of Sample Questionnaire for their province.

Census Office and BPS Regional Office receives the sets of Sample Questionnaire for their Regency/Municipality whereas the Non-Permanent Enumerator/Employee assigned for that [subdistrict] receives one set of the Sample Questionnaire per subdistrict. Then, the Non-Permanent Enumerator/Employee assigned for that [subdistrict] informs all enumerators in their subdistrict whether their enumeration area is include as an urban area or a rural area and also informs the Block Number and Block Sample Code.

(Table showing an example of sample questionnaire omitted)

From the sample questionnaire above, it could be identified whether a Census Block's location is in the urban area or the rural area.

2.2. Filling procedure
On the left side of questionnaire F1, there are two boxes: urban and rural.
Put a dash (-) in the "Urban" box if the enumeration is conducted in the Census Block that exists in an urban area.
Put a dash (-) in the "Rural" box if the enumeration is conducted in the Census Block that exists in a rural area.


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Indonesia 1976 — source variable ID1976A_0021 — Urban/rural status
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Phase II

[] K Urban
[] P Rural

I. Information on location

1. Province ____
2. District ____

Domain _ _ _

3. Sub-district ____ _
4. Village ____ _
5. Cluster no. ____
6. Census block no. ____
7. Building no. ____
8. Household no. ____ _ _ _
9. Address or location ____
10. Total no. of household members _ _

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1. Urban/rural areas.
1.1. Concept and definition
Villages that are classified as URBAN or villages that are classified as RURAL are detailed in the sample list provided by the Central Bureau of Statistics. Every enumerator, supervisor, CBS regional offices level II and I will receive a copy of the sample list indicating whether the area assigned to the enumerator is urban or rural, the names of the villages and the number of the cluster.
[An example of the sample list and method for completing the form on the original document are not presented here.]

Location identification.
This location identification section should be filled in before conducting the interview, that is, by copying from the sample list, except for items 7 - 10, which can be filled in when conducting the interview.


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Indonesia 1980 — source variable ID1980A_0023 — Urban rural
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I. Location Identification
1. Province ____
2. Regency / municipality ____
3. Sub-regency / sub-district ____
4. Island ____
5 Village ____

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Indonesia 1985 — source variable ID1985A_0018 — Urban/rural
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I. Identification
Q.1. Province ____
Q.2. Regency/municipality _____
Q.3. District ____
Q.4. Village ____
Q.5. Area ____

1 Urban
2 Rural

Q.6. Enumeration area number ____
Q.7. Census block number ____
Q.8. Sample code number ____
Q.9. Sample serial number (RBS) ____
Q.10. Selected household serial number (RBS) ____

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a. Block I: Geographic identification

Points 1- 4: Write the name of the province, regency/municipality, sub-district and village. Provincial and regency/municipality codes should be written in the boxes provided.

Point 5: Urban/rural classification

Points 6-8: The enumeration area, census block number and sample code number are copied from Form L I, Block I, point 6-8.

Point 9: Sample serial number


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Indonesia 1990 — source variable ID1990A_0021 — Urban/rural
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1. Province ____
2. Regency/municipality ____
3. District ____
4. Village/Kelurahan ____
5. Area

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

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Question 1 through Question 7
Copy the name of province, regency/municipality, district, village, urban/rural area, enumeration area number, and sample code from the sample list SP90. Code of province, regency/municipality, district, village, urban/rural area, enumeration area number, and sample code [must be] in accordance with the filling of space of Block I, Questions 1 to 7, SP90-DSRTs (Sample list, Enclosure 1). Sample list SP90-S can be seen in Appendix 2.

Question 8: Serial number sample (NUS)
Write down NUS in the available place and move to the box on the right. NUSs are copied from the SP90-sample list Block III column (1).

Question 9: Physical building number (NBF)
Write down the NBF in accordance with the SP90-sample list Block III column (2).

Question 10: Census building number (NBS)
Write down the NBS in accordance with the census building number in the SP90-sample list Block III column (3).

Question 11: Selected household number
Write down the selected household number in accordance with the household serial number in SP90-sample list Block III column (4).


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Indonesia 1995 — source variable ID1995A_0020 — Urban/rural status
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I. Location identification
101. Province ____ _ _
102. Regency/municipality (cross out category not used) ____ _ _
103. Sub-regency/sub-district _____ _ _
104. Village ____ _ _ _
105. Area

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

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Question 105: Classification of village/Kelurahan
If the village/kelurahan is an urban area circle code 1, and if it is a rural area circle code 2, then write the code into the provided boxes on the right. The information on urban/rural is obtained from the supervisor/investigator.

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Indonesia 2000 — source variable ID2000A_0026 — Urban/rural status
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Block I: Identification of Location
[Question 101 till 106 are obtained from the Supervisor of Housing and Population Census (PML).]

Question 105: Urban-rural classification
Circle code 1 for urban area and code 2 for rural area, and put [the code] in the provided box.


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Indonesia 2005 — source variable ID2005A_0018 — Urban-rural status
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I. Location identification

101. Province _ _
102. Regency/municipality _ _
103. Sub-district _ _ _
104. Village _ _ _
105. Village classification _

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

106.

____ A. Census block number
____ B. Sub-census block number

107. Sample code number _ _ _ _
108. Physical building number/census building number

____ PBN
____ CBN

109. Selected household number _ _

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1.3 Area of coverage
SUPAS05 will be conducted in all regions of Indonesia, and thus will cover all (30) provinces and all (440) regencies/municipalities. The Survey's target is the population who permanently reside in an area that has been divided into a number of units called normal census blocks (CB). A number of CBs are selected at random to represent the regencies/municipalities. The statistical estimates that are produced represent the numbers at the national, provincial, and regency / municipality levels. Nevertheless, it must be realized that not all characteristics collected in SUPAS05 can be presented at the regency/municipality level, because for some characteristics the occurrence is rare or because there is a limitation in the definition or concept of a particular characteristic.

5.2.1 Block I. Geographic identification

Point 105: Urban/rural classification

If a village is classified as urban, circle code 1, and if it is not, circle code 2; then write the code in the box that has been provided to the right. Explanations for the classifications urban and rural can be obtained from DSBS of SUPAS05 which have been recorded by the supervisor/examiner or staff of the regency/municipality statistical office.


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Indonesia 2010 — source variable ID2010A_0025 — Urban or rural area

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Iran 2006 — source variable IR2006A_0022 — Urban - rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Iran 2011 — source variable IR2011A_0023 — Rural or urban status
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____ Oastan (Province)
____ Shahrestan (sub-province)
____ Bakhsh (county)
____ Shahr / Dehestan (city / agglomeration)
____ Village

____ Block number/Village code
____ District number


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Iraq 1997 — source variable IQ1997A_0035 — Urban-rural
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1. Governorate ____

2. Qadah ____

3. Nahiya ____

4. Environment

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

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4. The Environment:
Indicated by (x) in the correct square, according to the results of listing and mapping process, if the area is within the boundaries of the city of Baghdad or within the boundaries of municipalities. The sin is put in the square opposite to the word (urban) but if the area is outside the boundaries of the city of Baghdad or the boundaries of municipalities. The sign is put in the square opposite to the word (rural).

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Ireland 1986 — source variable IE1986A_0021 — Area type (town size)
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A.
County or County Borough____
D.E.D or Ward___
Enumeration Area No.___
Townland___
Town___
Street, etc. number/name of house___
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3. Treatment of towns

3.1 Municipal towns: These are towns with legally defined boundaries for purposes of Local Government. They comprise (a) the four county boroughs (Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Waterford) and the borough of Dun Laoghaire, (b) six municipal boroughs, (c) 49 urban districts and (d) 31 towns under the Towns Improvement (Ireland) Act, 1854 (i.e., Towns with Town Commissioners). In these cases, population figures must always be compiled for the area within the legally defined boundary even though this may not coincide with the present built-up area which has often spread beyond that boundary.

3.2 Non-municipal towns and suburbs or environs of municipal towns: A. non-municipal town is a town without a legal boundary. The built-up areas which lie just outside the legal boundary of a municipal town are termed "Suburbs" in the case of a county borough or the Borough of Dun Laoghaire and as "Environ" in the case of the other municipal towns. For the purpose of the 1986 Census, the Central Statistics Office has assigned boundaries to the non-municipal towns and to the suburbs or environs of municipal towns and these boundaries must be meticulously observed in carrying out the enumeration.

5. Different types of Enumeration Areas

5.1 Urban E.A.s and rural E.A.s: E.A.s are divided into two main groups: urban E.A. and rural E.A. Rural E.A. may include all or part of a non-municipal town or of the environs of a municipal town as well as territory which is wholly rural in character.

5.2 E.A.s with more than one boundary: In the great majority of cases an E.A. consists of an area within one clearly defined boundary. An exception to this general rule is where an E. A. consists of all or part of the environs of a municipal town comprising geographically separate clusters of houses around the municipal boundary. Another exception is where a town, which has been designated as one or more urban E.A. is completely surrounded by a rural E.A. In such a case, the rural E.A. has, of course, both an outer and an inner boundary. Finally a small number of E.A.s in the larger cities may consist of two or more distinct smaller areas which are geographically separate.


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Ireland 1991 — source variable IE1991A_0021 — Area type
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A.
County or county borough___
D.E.D. or ward___
Enumeration area no. ___
Townland ___
Town___
Street, etc.; no. / name of house ___
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7. Treatment of towns
7.1 Municipal and non-municipal towns
Municipal towns have legally defined boundaries for purposes of Local Government. They
comprise:

1. five county boroughs (Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, and Galway) and the borough of Dun Laoghaire
2. five municipal boroughs
3. forty nine urban districts
4. thirty two towns under the towns improvement (Ireland) Act, 1854 (i.e., towns with town Commissioners)
[p.6]

In all these cases, population figures must always be compiled for the area within the legally defined boundary even though this may not coincide with the present built-up area which has often spread beyond that boundary. Non-municipal towns do not have legally defined boundaries.

7.2 Suburbs and environs of towns and town boundaries
The built-up areas which lie just outside the legal boundary of a municipal town are termed
"Suburbs" in the case of a county borough or the borough of Dun Laoghaire and "Environs" in the case of the other municipal towns. For the purpose of the 1991 Census, the Central Statistics Office has assigned boundaries to the non-municipal towns and to the suburbs or environs of municipal towns and these boundaries must be meticulously observed in carrying out the enumeration.

9. Different types of Enumeration Areas
9.1 Urban EA and rural EA
EA are divided into two groups: urban EA and rural EA. A rural EA may include all or part of a non-municipal town or of the environs of a municipal town as well as territory which is wholly rural in character.


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Ireland 1996 — source variable IE1996A_0021 — Area type
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Different types of EAs
For Census purposes EAs are divided into two main groups - urban EAs and rural EAs. The former is mainly built up areas while the latter is mainly rural in character. Sometimes a rural EA may include all or part of a small town and in this case the EA may be termed mixed urban/rural.

Townland
The Townland is the smallest territorial unit distinguished for census purposes. Townlands were formerly used for administrative purposes in the country. It should be noted that Townland boundaries are generally not observed within Municipal Towns. However, in the case of a very small Town, the Townlands on which it stands are listed, in alphabetical order, immediately after the Town's name on Form C so as to ensure the enumeration of houses which cannot be associated with a street or road, (see Section 6.7).


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Ireland 2002 — source variable IE2002A_0021 — Area type
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Townland
A townland is the smallest territorial division used for census enumeration purposes in rural areas, each townland is identified by a unique 5 digit code. The boundaries of townlands are displayed in BLUE on rural maps. A townland may be split into urban and rural parts. This occurs when an urban area, a town or village, divides a townland into two or more parts. On the form C these are listed separately under the urban and rural parts of the EA/ED and are distinguished by (PT) after the townland name. These parts are identified by the same townland code in all cases.

Cities/towns
For census purposes, towns fall into two types: those with and those without legally defined boundaries.

Towns with legally defined boundaries
These comprise:
- The five county boroughs (Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Galway);
- The five municipal boroughs (Clonmel, Drogheda, Kilkenny, Sligo and Wexford);
- The forty-nine urban districts (e.g., Arklow, Athlone); and
- The thirty-two towns under the towns improvement (Ireland) Act, 1854 (e.g., Greystones, Mullingar).

All of the above have legally defined boundaries (marked in green on enumeration maps) which must be strictly observed during the course of the enumeration.

Where built-up areas have extended beyond the legally defined town boundary, the CSO draws up new boundaries defining the suburban areas of county boroughs and the environs of other legal towns for census purposes. This is necessary for the analysis of population clusters.
CSO extensions to legally defined towns are marked in pink on enumeration maps.

Towns without legally defined boundaries, i.e. Census towns
A Census town is defined as a cluster of 50 or more occupied dwellings, not having a legally defined boundary. Census Town boundaries are determined by the CSO for census purposes only. There were 550 Census Towns in 1996. The boundaries of census towns and the environs of legal towns are denoted in pink on the maps.

Townland: A townland is the smallest territorial division used for census purposes in rural areas. The boundaries of Townlands are displayed in blue on enumeration maps. Townlands are always written on census forms using the 5 digit code specified on form C.


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Ireland 2006 — source variable IE2006A_0021 — Area type
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2.3.1 Different types of EAs
For Census purposes EAs are divided into three main types:

  • Urban EAs - these are mainly built up areas.
  • Rural EAs - these are mainly rural in character.
  • Mixed urban/rural - these are for the most part rural EAs, which include all or part of a small town or village.
2.3.2 Geography definitions
County: For census purposes the country is divided into 34 administrative counties. Each county is identified by a unique two digit code e.g. 01 identifies County Carlow.
Electoral Division (ED): The smallest legally defined administrative area in the State and also the smallest area for which detailed census results are published. The boundaries of Electoral Divisions are displayed in RED on maps. Each Electoral Division is uniquely identified within a county using a three digit numeric code e.g. 009 identifies the ED of Castle B in Limerick City.

Townland: The smallest territorial division identified and used for census enumeration purposes in rural areas and each townland is identified by a unique 5 digit code. The boundaries of townlands are displayed in BLUE on rural maps. A townland may be split into urban and rural parts. This occurs when an urban area, a town or village, divides a townland into two or more parts. On the Form C (see 2.3.3 for more detail) these are listed separately under the urban and rural parts of the EA/ED and are distinguished by (PT) after the townland name. These parts are identified by the same townland code in all cases.

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Street: A group of adjacent buildings (e.g. houses, shops or businesses) having the same location address within a built-up area. Each street within a town is uniquely identified by a 5 digit code. In cities and large towns a street may span more than one EA or ED. In such cases the street always uses the same Street Code.

Cities/towns: For census purposes towns fall into two types:

  • Towns with legally defined boundaries are marked in green on enumeration maps and must be strictly observed during the course of the enumeration. CSO extensions to legally defined towns are marked in pink on enumeration maps.
  • Towns without legally defined boundaries, i.e. Census Towns are defined as a cluster of 50 or more occupied dwellings, not having a legally defined boundary. The boundaries of census towns and the environs of legal towns are denoted in pink on the maps.

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Ireland 2011 — source variable IE2011A_0022 — Area type

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Israel 1983 — source variable IL1983A_0031 — Type of locality

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Israel 1995 — source variable IL1995A_0038 — Type of locality
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7. A single dwelling address

Most of the people live in one address and they will be enumerated there.
Pay an attention to special cases of people changing apartments close to census day, Saturday night, November 4th 1995.

You have to enumerate in this apartment:

-- People who moved-in to this apartment before census day
-- People who moved-out of this apartment after census day
(They will be enumerated with the help of the neighbors).

Do not enumerate in this apartment:

-- People who moved-out of this apartment before census day
-- People who moved-in to this apartment after census day
8. More than one dwelling address

There are people who live in more than one dwelling address because of school, work, military service, hospitalization etc. It is important to know where to enumerate these people in order to avoid enumerating them twice, and to avoid the possibility of not enumerating them at all.

Part of the people will not be enumerated with their families (item 9), part of them with their families (item 10), and the enumeration address of the others depends on the number of nights they slept in each address during the last month (item 11).


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Jamaica 2001 — source variable JM2001A_0038 — Sector

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Jordan 2004 — source variable JO2004A_0024 — Urban_Rural
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Building and housing register

1. Identification Information
101. Governorate _ _
102. District _ _
103. Sub-district _
104. Locality _ _ _
105. Area _ _
106. Neighborhood _ _
107. Block Number _ _ _


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Kenya 1979 — source variable KE1979A_0021 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Kenya 1989 — source variable KE1989A_0007 — Enumeration area type

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Kenya 1999 — source variable KE1999A_0007 — Enumeration area type

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Kenya 2009 — source variable KE2009A_0029 — Urban
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Province _ _
District _ _
Division _ _
Sub-Location _ _
E.A. Number _ _
E.A. Type _
E.A. Status _
Household No. _ _ _
Household type _
Constituency _ _ _
Structure No.: S _ _ _ _
Ward _ _

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Kyrgyz Republic 1999 — source variable KG1999A_0029 — Urban or rural
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The List of Dwellers and their Housing Conditions
____ No
____ Oblast
____ Urban settlement
____ Rayon (rural)
____ Urban rayon
____ Aiyl-kenesh
____ Name or number of urban micro-rayon, residential area (agglomerations of new houses)
____ Name of rural settlement
____ Avenue, street
____ No. of house
____ No. of flat
____ Name of owner
____ Establishment

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Kyrgyz Republic 2009 — source variable KG2009A_0038 — Urban or rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Lesotho 1996 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Lesotho 2006 — source variable LS2006A_0023 — Area of residence

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Liberia 1974 — source variable LR1974A_0024 — Rural-urban

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Liberia 2008 — source variable LR2008A_0026 — Urban status
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If institution, write name ________
County _ _
District _ _
Township / Clan _ _

Structure No. _ _ _

EA _ _ _

Household No. _ _ _

Locality _ _ _

Population type _ _ _

Locality name ________
Street address ________


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Malawi 1987 — source variable MW1987A_0023 — Urban-rural
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Part A: Identification
Region/district _ _
TA, STA or town _ _
Enumeration area _ _ _
Village or place _ _
Household number _ _ _
Number of dwelling units (DUs) to household _
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Part A: Identification

Region/district: Write the name of the district in which your enumeration area (EA) falls in the space provided and leave columns 1-2 blank.

TA, STA or town: If you are enumerating in a rural area write the name of the TA (Chief) or STA (Sub Chief) in which your EA falls in the space provided. Similarly, if you are enumerating in a city or town write the name of the city or town in which your EA falls. Leave columns 3-4 blank.

Enumeration area: Record the number of your enumeration area in columns 5-7.

Village or place: Write down the name by which the village or place is commonly known to the people of that area in the space provided. Leave columns 8-9 blank.

Household number: Record the number you have assigned to this household in columns 10-12. Make sure you mark this number on the dwelling units occupied by members of the household.

Remember that if you enumerate in market places, hospitals, schools or other institutions which are not occupied on household basis, you should treat the whole institution as one unit and record "999" in columns 10-12.


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Malawi 1998 — source variable MW1998A_0078 — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Malawi 2008 — source variable MW2008A_0077 — Urban/rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Malaysia 1970 — source variable MY1970A_0036 — Urban/rural
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1.

____ State
____ Admin. District
____ Census district
____ Circle number
____ Enumeration block number
____ Address

2. Address: ________


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Malaysia 1980 — source variable MY1980A_0043 — Urban/rural
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1.
(a) State ____

(b) Admin. District ____

(c) Census District ____

(d) Circle Number ____

(e) Enumeration Block ____

(f) Locality (Sahah and Sarawak)

2. Address: ________


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Malaysia 1991 — source variable MY1991A_0025 — Urban/rural
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Identification particulars

State (Name and code) ____ _ _

Administrative district/jajahan (Name and code) ____ _ _

Census district number ____ _ _

Census circle number ____ _ _

Enumeration block number ____ _ _


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Malaysia 2000 — source variable MY2000A_0024 — Urban area

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Mali 1998 — source variable ML1998A_0041 — Urban
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1.1. First Section -- Geographical Characteristics

This section contains the geographical information identifying the household. The census enumerator must follow the following guidelines for filling the form.

Do not write anything in the boxes located right to the geographical information. They are reserved for the coding. Use capital letters to fill in the left hand side.

Example:

Region: Mopti.
Province: Djenne 1 1
District: Djenne
Township: Taga
Village: Konda
Hamlet:
Neighborhood (for townships only):
Census district: 2
Census track: 010
Compound: 027
Household: 06


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Mali 2009 — source variable ML2009A_0031 — Urban

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Mexico 1960 — source variable MX1960A_0002 — Size of the locality
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Federal Entity ___
Municipality ___
Name of the locality, population center or colony ___

City, village, town, rural center, etc.

Official category of the locality, population center, or colony ___
Center number ___ Section Number ___ Block number ___


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Mexico 1970 — source variable MX1970A_0004 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Mexico 1990 — source variable MX1990A_0001 — Size of the locality
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This is the [ __ ] form of [ __ ] used to take the census of this dwelling.

State or federal entity ____ [ _ _ _ ]
Municipality or delegation ____ [ _ _ _ ]
Code of AGEB [ _ _ - ]
Page in the packet [ _ _ _ ]

Page of the dwelling [ _ _ ]
Location [ _ _ _ _ ]
Block number [ _ _ _ ]

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The dwelling

How to identify it and how to note its characteristics

Location of the dwelling

Before you begin your interviews, check that all of the documents have the following information:

State or Federal Entity State of Mexico [15]
Municipality or delegation Village of Guerrero [113]
AGEB code 009 - 1
Page in the package _ _ _
Page of the dwelling _ _
Location Zacango [ 0031 ]
Block number _ _ _

Do not fill in the spaces for "Page of the Package" and "Page of the Dwelling."

Identify all of your questionnaires by writing your complete name and the name of you Enumerator Supervisor on them.

Name of the Enumerator Supervisor Raul Perez Lopez
Name of the enumerator Pablo Solis Gomez

When you arrive at the dwelling and after introducing yourself, ask the informant for the address of the dwelling: name of the street, exterior number and interior number. If the dwelling does not have a number, write S/N [no number] in the corresponding space.

If the dwelling in on a street that does not have a name or a number, ask the informant for the name of the head of household (male or female), write the name in the space that corresponds to the address and then write known address.

Address of the dwelling
Arturo Fernandez (known address)
Street, avenue, alleyway, highway, road

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Mexico 1995 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Mexico 2000 — source variable MX2000A_0009 — Size of the locality
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1. Geographic Identification

Federal entity ____ [ _ _ ]
Municipality or delegation ____ [ _ _ _ ]
Code of AGEB [ _ _ - _ ]
Location ___ [ _ _ _ _ ]
Block number [ _ _ _ ]
Segment [ _ ]


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Mexico 2005 — source variable MX2005A_0423 — Locality size
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Questions 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.9 and 3.10 are asked to people who are 5 years old or older. For this, check the answer that you wrote down in question 3.3 Age.

If a person who you are interviewing is less than 5 years old, go to the next person in the list.

3.9 Level of instruction

The question permits us to know the highest grade passed by the person in the highest educational level.

Register in the corresponding box the educational level declared, grades or years that a person passed.

[To the right of the text is a form for 3.9 Level of instruction.]

None

They are people who did not pass any grade of studies in school. Include those who only took literacy classes also.

Preschool

They are people who took classes in any grade in preschool or kindergarten.

Primary school

They are people who passed grades 1 to 6 offered in this level.

Secondary school

They are people who passed grades 1 to 3 in this level.

Preparatory school or high school

They are people who passed grades 1 to 3 offered at this level. Some of the schools that offer equivalent studies are:

- High school.
- National Preparatory School.
- Schools of Sciences and Humanities (CCH).
- Center of Artistic Education (CEDART).
- Center of Technical, Industrial and Services School (CBTIS).
- Center of Agricultural and Livestock Technology School (CBTA).
- Center of Scientific and Technology Studies (CECYT) before vocational.
- Center of Studies of the Sea (CETMAR).
- Center of Technological Studies of Continental Waters (CETAC).
- Center of Forestry Technology Schools (CBTF).
- Center of Technological, Industrial and Service Studies (CETIS).
- National School of Professional Technical Education (CONALEP).

Normal

They are people who study or studied to become professors of preschool, primary or secondary schools.

Technical or commercial career

They are people who passed any grade of technical or commercial studies.

Professional

They are people with studies for degrees or its equivalent (engineering, medicine, chemistry) done in universities, technological universities, polytechnic or other institutions of superior education.

Masters

They are people with any grade passed at this level. Include people with grades passed in any medical specialization.

Doctorate

They are people who passed any grade at this level.

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Take into account the following indications:

- If a person declares the grade being taken, write down the previous grade passed.

[Below the text is a filled out form.]

- If a person stopped studying an educational level in more or less years, register the grade passed as if the system of regular or scholarly education had been taken.

[Below the text is a filled out form.]
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- When the answer is in semesters, trimesters, etc. ask for the equivalent in years passed.

[Below the text is a filled out form.]

- If the name of a school (Unitec, Conalep, Monterrey Technology or others) or the name of a major (accounting, architecture, social work, nursing, etc) is declared to you, ask for the level the studies correspond to and write down the grades passed according to the answer.

- If a person studied in another country, ask for the equivalent level of studies in relation to the answer options and write down the grades passed in the corresponding boxes.
3.10 Academic requirements

This question is a complement to the previous. It is applied when the answer in 3.9 Level of instruction, corresponds to any of the codes from 5 to 9 (normal, technical or commercial career, professional, masters or doctorate).

[Below the text are forms for 3.9 Level of instruction and 3.9 Scholarly objective.]

[p. 81]

Ask the question mentioning the level marked previously.

[Below the text is a filled out form.]

- If for studying the normal they indicate to you that the requirement was normal basic, mark code 3, Preparatory school or high school.


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Mexico 2010 — source variable MX2010A_0072 — Size of the place

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Mexico 2015 — source variable MX2015A_0103 — County size

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Mozambique 1997 — source variable MZ1997A_0028 — Urban status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Mozambique 2007 — source variable MZ2007A_0024 — Urban-rural status
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Section A: Geographic Location of the Dwelling
____ _ _ 1. Province
____ _ _ 2. District
____ _ _ 3. Administrative Post
[] 4. Urban area
5. Locality/Town/Village _ _
Name ____
6. Neighborhood ____ _ _
7. Enumeration Area No. _ _ _
8. Communal Unit _ _
Name ____
9. Block No. _ _ _

12. House No. _ _ _
13. No. of households in this dwelling _
14. No. of this household _
[] 4. Rural area
5. Locality ____ _ _
7. Enumeration Area No. _ _ _
10. Name of Village/ Settlement ____ _ _
11. Name of Zone/ Neighborhood ____ _ _
12. House No. _ _ _
13. No. of households in this dwelling _
14. No. of this household _
Enumerator: Write the home address that can be used by the National Institute of Statistics (INE) to locate and identify the household.

15.Home address:
Street: _______
No.: ____
Floor: ____
Apt: ____
Description: ________

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Nicaragua 2005 — source variable NI2005A_0027 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Nigeria 2006 — source variable NG2006A_0033 — Urban-rural
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Part A: Identification

1. State _ _
2. LGA _ _
3. RIC _ _ _ _
4. EA code _ _ _ _
5. Enumeration area name ____
6. Sector _
7. HU No _ _
8. Name of head of HH ____
9. Address ____

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Q6. Sector: The code of each of the sector within a state is one digit. Enter one for urban and two for rural.

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Nigeria 2007 — source variable NG2007A_0026 — Urban-rural
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1. State _ _
2. LGA _ _
3. RIC _ _ _ _
4. EA code _ _ _ _
5. Enumeration area name ____
6. Sector _
7. HU No _ _ _
8. Name of head of HH ____
9. Address ____
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Part A: Identification information

Respondent: Household head

Direct informants: Household head /spouse/ responsible adult in the Household.

Q6. Sector: The code of each of the sector within a state is one digit. Enter one for urban and two for rural.


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Nigeria 2008 — source variable NG2008A_0025 — Sector
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1. State _ _
2. LGA _ _
3. RIC _ _ _ _
4. EA code _ _ _ _
5. Enumeration area name ____
6. Sector _
7. HU No _ _ _
8. Name of head of HH ____
9. Address ____
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Q6. Sector: The code of each of the sector within a state is one digit. Enter one for urban and two for rural.

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Nigeria 2009 — source variable NG2009A_0027 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Nigeria 2010 — source variable NG2010A_0024 — Urban-rural
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1. Zone ____ Code _
2. State ____ Code _ _
3. LGA ____ Code _ _
4. Sector (Urban=1, Rural=2) _
5. EA ____ Code _ _ _ _
6. RIC ____ Code _ _ _ _
7. Household no. _ _ _
8. What are the GPS coordinates of the dwelling? Latitude (N) _ _ _ _ _ _ Longitude (E) _ _ _ _ _ _ _
9. Name of household head ____
10. Address of household head _____________
11. Name of interviewer ____ Code _ _ _
12. Name of supervisor ____ Code _ _ _
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The information for filling out the questions below should be copied from the EA line map and selection sheet

Zone: The name and code of the zone where the interview was conducted should be recorded in the space and box provided

State: The name and code of the state where the interview was conducted should be recorded in the space and box provided

L.G.A: This is the Local Government Area (LGA): the name and code of the LGA where the interview is being conducted should be written in the space and box provided

Sector: A sector can be either urban or rural; one box is provided for entry of 1 for urban and 2 rural.

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E.A code: The E.A. name should be written first follow by the code E.A. The EA code is make up of four digits and if it less than four digits there should be leading zero.

RIC: This is the replicate identification code number of the E.A.

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Pakistan 1973 — source variable PK1973A_0022 — Urban

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Pakistan 1981 — source variable PK1981A_0021 — Urban-Rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Pakistan 1998 — source variable PK1998A_0025 — Urban/rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Palestine 1997 — source variable PS1997A_0030 — Urban or rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Palestine 2007 — source variable PS2007A_0034 — Locality type

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Panama 1960 — source variable PA1960A_0034 — Urban or rural area

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Panama 1970 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Panama 1980 — source variable PA1980A_0042 — Urban or rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Panama 2000 — source variable PA2000A_0038 — Urban or rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Panama 2010 — source variable PA2010A_0067 — Area in which the household is located

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Papua New Guinea 1980 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Papua New Guinea 1990 — source variable PG1990A_0025 — Urban
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[The rural and urban census forms are identical questions 1-17. Questions 1-17 are provided here in detail under the rural census form, and omitted in the urban census form.]

Rural Census form

Province _ _
District _ _
Census Division _ _
Census Unit _ _ _
Household Number _ _ _
Enumerated _
Vacant house _ _
Total Persons _ _


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Papua New Guinea 2000 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Paraguay 1962 — source variable PY1962A_0035 — Urban/Rural
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A. Geographic location

Category:

[] 1 City [Urban]
[] 2 Town [Urban]

[Repetition of "1" and "2" in the original.]

[] 1 Hamlet [caserio]
[] 2 Small village or settlement [paraje]
[] 3 Estate [estancia]
[] 4 Post
[] 5 Indian settlement [tolder?a]
[] 6 Others (specify) ____


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Paraguay 1972 — source variable PY1972A_0025 — Urban
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Geographic code:

____ Department

____ Municipality

____ Sector

____ A.E.

____ Block

____ Form number

Urban area:

3. ____ Name of the street or avenue:

4. ____ House number

Rural area:

5. Name of the Colony [Colonia]: ____

6. Name of the Company [Compa?ia]: ____

7. Other type of locality:
____ a) Name:
____ b) Category:


8. ____ House number:
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I. Geographic localization

The geographic localization permits us to establish the location of the dwelling and of the population within the national territory at the date of the census.

The localization will be done by zones: urban and rural.
1. Department: On this line, you should write the name of the department in whose jurisdiction the municipality where you are working is located.
2. Municipality: Write the name of your municipality.

Urban Zone
3. The name of the street or avenue: On this line you should note the name of the street or avenue on which the dwelling is located. Ask if the name that appears on your illustrated map is known by the persons, and if it is not, next write this name and in parenthesis, the name known to the neighbors.

Rural Zone
5. Number of the colony: If the dwelling is situated within the boundaries of a colony, write this in the line for name of colony.

6. Name of the company: If the place in which you are working is within a company, on this line, write the name of this company.

7. Other locality: If the populated place is within a colony or company or outside of them, and has a particular name by which it is known, in a) write this name and in b), the category that the inhabitants assign it: station, rest area, ranch, etc.


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Paraguay 1982 — source variable PY1982A_0025 — Urban/rural
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[] Urban area

3. ____ City or town ____ Code

4. ____ Sector number

5. ____ Area of enumeration

6. ____ Block(s) number(s)

7. ____ Street or avenue

8. ____ House number

[] Rural area

9. ____ Colony [colonia] or Company [compan?a] ____ Code

10. ____ Sector number

11. ____ Area of enumeration

12. Other locality:
a) ____ Name
b) ____ Category


13. ____ House number


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Paraguay 1992 — source variable PY1992A_0025 — Urban-rural status
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Section I. Geographic location

3. Area

[] 1 Urban
[] 6 Rural

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Section I. Geographical localization

All of the forms used should have the geographical localization, you should copy on each form the information from the cover of the folder that contains the census forms. Example:

Urban Area
1. Department: Itapua [07]
2. District: Encarnacion [01]
3. Area

[x] Urban
[ ] Rural

4. Neighborhood: San Pedro
5. Street: Mcal Estigarribia
House number [10] [05]

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It is important to take into account that in regards to the circles, there are several possible situations.

-Sometimes, in addition to the x, you should specify a written answer or another x.
Examples:

Question 1 of dwelling

1. Type of dwelling

[] House
[] Rural ranch house
[] Apartment or flat
[] Rental room
[] Improvised dwelling
[x] Other: Camp

Question 5 of population

Do you have any physical or mental impediment?

[] Yes
[] 1 Blind
[] 2 Deaf
[] 3 Mute
[] 4 Paralyzed
[] Other ____
[] No

It is important to take into account that when a circle is used, the answers are exclusive, and you should therefore mark only one x per question, except for questions 22 of section III (information about the household).

Question 9 of population

9. Where did you live five years ago, which means in August of 1987?

[]1 Here
[]6 Other place
District ____

[]1 City/Town
[]6 Camp

Mark "here" if he/she lived in this place, if not, mark "other place", note the district and mark if he/she lived in the city/town or in a camp. Write the department. Write the country, if he/she lived outside of Paraguay.

In addition, do not forget that all of the questions should have an answer. If it does not correspond to ask the question(s), carefully make a diagonal line, to nullify the space of the answer(s).


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Paraguay 2002 — source variable PY2002A_0023 — Urban-rural status
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1. Geographic identification (copy the information shown on the cover of your folder).

____ a. Department
____ b. District
____ c. Sector
____ d. EA
____ e. Block
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A. Geographic location

In this box we present all of the data necessary for the identification of the dwelling and the household to be enumerated.

You should complete the information corresponding to department, district, sector, EA and block before you begin the route and you will find the necessary information on the map of the enumeration area, on the cover of the folder.

When you arrive at each dwelling you should complete the information that corresponds to street and house number, floor, and apartment in the case that this is necessary.


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Peru 1993 — source variable PE1993A_0037 — Urban-rural
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2. Urban area

Is the dwelling included in the list of dwellings?
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No
____ Dwelling address: (street, avenue, route, etc.)
____ Door number
____ Floor number
____ Interior
____ Zone number
____ Section number
____ Urban Census Area [A.E.U.] number
____ Block number
____ Dwelling number
____ Household number

3. Rural area

____ Section number
____ Rural Census Area [A.E.R.] number
____ Dwelling number
____ Household number

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Peru 2007 — source variable PE2007A_0023 — Urban-rural
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B. Census Location
Urban Area:

5. Zone Number ____

6. Section Number ____

7. Urban Census Area [A.E.U.] Number ____

8. Block Number ____

9. Building Number ____
Rural Area

10. Section Number _ _ _

11. Rural Census Area [A.E.R.] Number

First _ _ _
Last _ _ _
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Box B: Census Location in Urban Areas
While you are in the Zone Office and before you begin scouting your Urban Census Zone, transfer the information related to the zone number, section number and urban census zone number from the Urban Census Zone List of Dwellings.
Transfer the information related to the block number and building number [n?mero de frente], to the respective grids in box B, "Census Location: Urban Area," on the census form. Do this according to the scouting you do in your Urban Census Zone.
If the Section Leader tells you that there have been any cartographic changes in your urban census zone, fill out box B, "Census Location: Urban Area," by transferring the appropriate information from the updated Urban Census Zone Diagram.
[p. 16]
In the spaces for grid 5, "Zone Number," the information may be in numeric form. If it is, use the first three spaces in the grid, leaving the fourth one blank. If it's alphanumeric, use the first three spaces for the numerical part, and write the appropriate letter in the fourth space.
[Below the text is a correctly filled out form for a numeric and alphanumeric annotation.]
In the spaces for grid 8, "Block Number," the information can be in numeric form or in alphanumeric form. Follow the same instructions as for grid 5.
[Below the text is a correctly filled out form for a numeric and alphanumeric annotation.]
Keep in mind that if you are enumerating an Urban Zone, then in box B: "Census Location," you do not record information in the spaces for grid 10, "Section Number," or 11, "Rural Census Zone," because that information corresponds to rural zones.
[Below the text is a correctly filled out form showing the first section and a "Urban Census Zone list of dwellings".]
[p. 17]
Box B: Census Location in Rural Areas
Transfer the "Section Number" and "Rural Census Zone Number" information from the "Rural Census Zone Populated Areas List" to the census form.
In the spaces for grid 11, "Rural Census Area Number" [A.E.R. number], if the information corresponds to a simple Rural Census Area number [A.E.R. simple], or a compound Rural Census Area number [A.E.R. compuesto], use the three grid spaces corresponding to first and last, respectively.
Example 1: If the enumeration takes place in the rural census area with the simple number 005-005, the correct annotation is "005" in both first and last.
Example 2: If the enumeration takes place in rural census area number 007-008, the correct annotation is "007" in first and "008" in last.
[Next to each example there is a filled out form.]
Keep in mind that if the enumeration takes place in a rural zone you do not record the information in the following grid spaces of box B, "Census Location": 5, "Zone Number"; 6, "Section Number"; 7, "Urban Census Zone Number"; 8, "Block Number"; and 9, "Building Number." These boxes correspond to urban areas.

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Philippines 1990 — source variable PH1990A_0023 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Poland 1978 — source variable PL1978A_0049 — Kind of locality

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Poland 2002 — source variable PL2002A_0027 — Type of the locality (rural or urban)
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3. Please, give the place of your permanent residence in Poland
If it is the same place of permanent residence as has been written in questionnaire A - please, do not fill in this question. Then please go to question 8 on the questionnaire M

a) Voivodship ____
b) Powiat ____
c) Community (gmina) ____
d) Type of locality
[] 1 Urban area
[] 2 Rural area
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Question 3. Please, give the place of your permanent residence in Poland. [p. 61]

1.In case when the person is not registered for permanent residence (e.g. when the person has been de-registered to nowhere) fill in their last place of permanent residence in Poland.

2.The community (gmina) of a permanent residence cannot be the same as the community of enumeration (current residence). The only exception is a municipal-country community in case, when the permanent residence is the municipal part of community and the current residence is the country part (or the other way round).

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Portugal 1981 — source variable PT1981A_0037 — Size of place of residence

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Portugal 1991 — source variable PT1991A_0026 — Size of place of residence
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Question number and Code

_ _ _ Section _ _ subsection
_ _ _ Building number
_ _ Dwelling number
_ _ Family number
_ _ Individual number

1.

____ Municipality
____ Parish
____ Name


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Portugal 2001 — source variable PT2001A_0026 — Size of place of residence
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1. Geographical information

Municipality ____
Parish ____
Section/Subsection _ _ _ - _ _
Building number _ _ _

2. Address

Street __________
Number _ _ _ _
Locality ____
Postcode _ _ _ _ - _ _ _

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On the building cover we must inscribe:

The geographic identification (Municipality, Parish, Place, Census block number -section/subsection), building number and correspondent address.

We must also fill-in the District, Municipality, Parish code (dist.conc.freg.) that is shown on the handed support cartography.


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Portugal 2011 — source variable PT2011A_0047 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Romania 1977 — source variable RO1977A_0019 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Romania 1992 — source variable RO1992A_0016 — Urban/rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Romania 2002 — source variable RO2002A_0016 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Romania 2011 — source variable RO2011A_0025 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Rwanda 2002 — source variable RW2002A_0035 — Urban/rural
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I -- Identification of the household

1. Province/Kigali city _ _
2. Township/town _ _
3. Sector _ _
4. Census cell _ _
5. Census track _ _ _
6. Type of place of residence _ (1 = urban, 2 = rural)
7. Dwelling unit number _ _ _
8. Household number _ _ _
9. Type of household _ _ _
10. Number and rank of questionnaires filled for this household _ / _

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Urban/rural (town and country side) (see Identification, item 06)

If the census track is located in an urban area, one will write the number "1" in the appropriate box. If the census track is located in a rural area, one will write the number "2" in the appropriate box.
[The list of cities and towns has been omitted]


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Rwanda 2012 — source variable RW2012A_0026 — Urban
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Census Questionnaire (Private Household)

1. Section L: Localization and identification of Household

1. Province/ Kigali City _
2. District _
3. Sector _ _
4. Cell _ _
5. Village _ _
6. Enumeration area (Number EA) _ _
7. Area of residence (Urban = 1, Rural = 2) _
8. Building Number _ _ _
9. Household Number _ _ _
10. Type of Household: 100
11. Number of questionnaires filled in this household _ / _

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L09: Household number
Write the number corresponding to the 3 digits assigned to the household during the numbering of structures and households.

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Saint Lucia 1991 — source variable LC1991A_0022 — Urban

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Senegal 2002 — source variable SN2002A_0031 — Urban
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Section A: Household Identification Characteristics

Write the answers to questions A01 to A09 in plain words. Do not write anything in the shaded boxes designed for the coding of these questions.

A03. Area of residence_______

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

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4.1.1. Part A: Characteristics of household identification

Circle the code corresponding to the area of residence: Urban or Rural. Urban areas correspond to the set of all urban communes (see the definition of the commune in the chapter on definitions and concepts). Conversely, the rural areas correspond to the rest of the country, that is, the set of all the villages. Write the corresponding code.


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Sierra Leone 2004 — source variable SL2004A_0022 — Urban/rural status
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Province _ _ _ _
District _ _ _ _
Chiefdom _ _
Section _ _
EA _ _ _
Locality/street ____ _ _
Locality name/street address ________
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Identification particulars top of the questionnaire

i. If an institution, write the name of the institution (e.g. Pademba Road Prisons).

ii. Enter the province code provided on your EA map. For example, Eastern Province is "1".

iii. Enter the district code refer to the code list -- P11 and P12. The second digit is the code for the district (e.g. Kailahun is code "1", Kenema is code "2", etc.)

iv. Enter the Local Council Area code (refer to the code list). The third digit is the code for Local Council Area

v. Enter the chiefdom/ward/town council Area code refer to the code list -- P11 and P12. The last two digits give the code (e.g. Samu in Kambia is code "06", West 3 in Western Urban is code "08", etc.)

vi. Enter the Section code provided on your EA map

vii. Enter the EA number provided on your EA map

viii. Write the locality name and street address

ix. Enter the code for structure type (refer to code list)

x. Record the structure number -- the first structure you enumerate is "001", the second is "002", the third is "003" and so on upwards to the last. All households within the same structure will have the same structure number.

[p.11]

xi. Record the household number -- the first household you enumerate will be "001", the second is "002", the third is "003" and so on upwards to the last.
To ensure that you properly record the structure number and household number correctly in a serial manner, always check the number you gave to the last structure and household enumerated.

xii. Enter the code for population type, refer to the code list (e.g. household is code "01", medical is code "04", etc.)


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Slovenia 2002 — source variable SI2002A_0018 — Rural/urban areas
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P-1 is to be filled in by the enumerator.

(1) Type of questionnaire
Municipality _ _ _
Locality _ _ _
PO _ _ _ _
IDHI _ _ _ _ _
Destroyed questionnaire _
IDHIUN _ _ _ _ _
Code of enumerator _ _ _

Address

Locality ____
Street ____
HN _ _ _ add to HN _

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Address

On pre-printed P-1 Census questionnaires for buildings the address of the building is already printed. The pre-printed address is not corrected by the enumerator in case of renumbering or renaming.

If on pre-printed P-1 Census questionnaires for buildings the house number is missing and the enumerator establishes the actual house number while visiting, the number is entered into appropriate boxes.

On all P-1 Census questionnaires for buildings of the reserve of the census district or the national reserve the enumerator must enter the entire name of the settlement and street (if a settlement has a street system) and the house number or the addition to the house number, if the house has one. If the settlement has no street system, the name of the settlement does not need to be entered into the Street field.


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South Africa 1996 — source variable ZA1996A_0021 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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South Africa 2001 — source variable ZA2001A_0016 — Urban-rural, 1996 classification
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Urban formal
Urban formal areas are structured and organised. Houses and flats are built on plots and these often have fences or walls around them. Township houses are usually on smaller plots and there are usually many of the same size and shape.

Industrial areas, shopping centres, office parks and commercial areas also form part of urban formal areas. You will see larger and multi-storey buildings, often with car parks around them.

Recreational areas (golf courses, caravan parks, nature reserves, state forest areas, public entertainment areas, parks and botanic gardens) can contain large grassed areas; pools, paddling pools and other entertainment areas; and areas with dense trees.

Hostels are places where mine or factory workers live. They normally comprise several buildings set in ordered rows or blocks.

Institutions are prisons, hospitals, army areas, etc. On the map, some institutions look similar to hostels. If you recognise something of this kind on the photo, use the list in your 09 book to establish what kind of institution it is.

[P. 19]

Urban informal
Informal settlements or so-called squatter camps are easy to recognise on a photo. The structures are small and crowded together.

Rural formal
Commercial farms cover extensive areas, so any buildings on your map will be very small. Try and pick out owners' houses and labourers' houses. Look for cultivated fields, or grassed fields for animals. Fence lines can usually be seen.

Small holdings are smaller farms, closer to towns. They are usually used for market gardens or orchards.

Commercial plantations are planted in ordered rows in large fields and are easily recognised on an aerial photo.

Tribal areas
Tribal settlement areas are usually villages that fall within a tribal area or tribal authority or administrative area. In some areas villages appear on the map as clusters of houses/huts with large areas of vacant grassland, fields, and patches of natural forest in between. In other areas huts or kraals are scattered throughout the area.

Other
Other features such as transport routes (roads, freeways, railways and paths), public buildings (schools and churches), cemeteries, swimming pools, mine dumps, parking areas, natural forests (not plantations) will be present nearly everywhere.


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South Africa 2007 — source variable ZA2007A_0022 — Urban
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Particulars of the household
Enumeration area number _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Dwelling unit number _ _ _ _
Physical identification of the dwelling unit ________
Landline telephone number of enumerated household (if any) _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Cellphone number (if any) _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Total number of persons in the household _ _

Number of males _ _
Number of females _ _

Number of questionnaires for this household _
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Types of geographical areas and EA types

There are four types of geographical areas that are within the scope of coverage of the Community Survey. These are:

  • urban formal,
  • urban informal,
  • commercial farms, and
  • tribal areas


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South Africa 2011 — source variable ZA2011A_0075 — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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South Sudan 2008 — source variable SS2008A_0030 — Urban/rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Spain 1981 — source variable ES1981A_0026 — Zone
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_ _ Province
_ _ _ Municipality
_ _ d.c.
_ _ District
_ _ _ Section
_ _ _ _ Dwelling
_ _ _ Block
_ Zone
_ With other dwellings or isolated
_ Number of families
_ _ 1st family
_ _ 2nd family
_ _ 3rd family
_ _ 4th family
_ _ 5th family

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Sudan 2008 — source variable SD2008A_0030 — Urban/rural/nomad

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Tanzania 2002 — source variable TZ2002A_0025 — Urban - rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Tanzania 2012 — source variable TZ2012A_0105 — Urban or rural
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A. Identification data:

____ Region
____ District
____ Ward / Shehia
____ Village / street
____ Enumeration area
____ Household number


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Thailand 1970 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Thailand 1980 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Thailand 1990 — source variable TH1990A_0036 — Area
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b. This house is in

[] 1 Municipal Area
Name of M.A. ____
[] 2 Sanitary District
Name of S.D. ____
[] 4 Outside M.A. or S.D.

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Part 1: Location of Household

b) Municipality and Sanitation district
If the house is in a municipal area, record Code 1 in column 8 and the name of the municipality.
If the house is outside a municipal area but inside a sanitation district, record Code 2 in column 8 and the name of the sanitation district.
If this house is outside a municipal area and outside a sanitation district, record Code 4 in column 8.


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Thailand 2000 — source variable TH2000A_0024 — Area
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b. House location

[] 1. Municipal Area
_____Name of M.A
[] 2. Non-Municipal Area

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Part 1, Location of household
a) House number, road, lane, alley, waterway, housing vicinity (name of the place, if any) _____

b) This household is in the municipal area code "1"
Name of the municipality ____
Outside the municipal area code 2
If this house is in the municipal area, record code "1" in the AREA check box and record the name of the municipality in the space provided.

If this house is outside the municipal area, record code "2" in the AREA check box.

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Uganda 1991 — source variable UG1991A_0042 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Uganda 2002 — source variable UG2002A_0032 — Urban/rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Ukraine 2001 — source variable UA2001A_0024 — Urban- rural
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Number of dwelling within enumeration district ____
List of household members living in this dwelling number ___ and their housing condition ___

Number of census division ____
Number of instructor's point ____
Number of counting point ____

No of dwelling within counting point ____
List of household members living in the dwelling ____
Number of questions in the census portfolio ____
Number of portfolio ____

Republic, Oblast ____
Settlement ____
Prospect, street, square, lane ____
Building number ____
Name of the house owner ____
Apartment number ____


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United States 1960 — source variable US1960A_0015 — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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United States 1990 — source variable US1990A_0019 — Urban-rural status

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Uruguay 1963 — source variable UY1963A_0039 — Urban
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A. Geographic location

1. Department ____

2. Region no. ____

3. Judicial section no. ____

4. Segment no. ____

5. Zone no. ____

A. [Is it ...?]
[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Suburban
[] 3 Rural
B. Divided into blocks:
[] 1 Yes
[] 2 No

6. Dwelling type

[] 1 Private home
[] 2 Collective

7. Populated nucleus

____ Name
____ Category (write down if it is a city, village, town etc.)

8. Address

Urban:
____ Street
____ No.
____ Floor no.
____ Apt. no.
Rural: ________

9. Control sheet line no. ____

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Organization of the enumeration

12. With the goal of facilitating the coordination of multiple operations aiding an ordered and fast execution of the enumeration of the whole territory of the republic, and of assuring the unity of directions and control, a private territorial subdivision has been established in each one of the 19 departments. Every department, then, is divided into census regions and these in census sections.

At the same time, the census sections are divided into census segments and, finally, these into census zones.

13. When setting the limits of all these integrated parts of the territorial subdivision of the country, both the existing facilities of communication between them, as well as the distribution of diverse sizes and the existing economic and social interrelations between them, have been taken into account.

14. Census region - Within each department, census regions have been established which are made up of the grouping of two or more judicial sections, in virtue of the large or small grade in which they are seen inside, that constitute an area that can be easily organized and supervised.

15. Census section - It is one of the integrated units of a census region and corresponds, exactly, to the territorial area of a judicial section which is one of the traditional departmental subdivisions of the country. It is advisable to point out that within the organization of the Population and Dwelling Census of 1962, the police sections will not be taken into account.

16. Census segment - It corresponds to a subdivision of the census segment which can include many of these subdivisions. In the case of more or less important cities and other localities, a census segment is not anything more than a determined group of city blocks. Nevertheless, in the country or in rural areas, the census segment constitutes a more or less large area of territory of the corresponding census section and, also, can include populated nucleuses.

17. Census zone - It is the last census subdivision of the territory of the country and corresponds to a subdivision of the census segment, so that the determined area can be enumerated with ease within one day.

18. In urban areas the census zone is made up of the group of buildings and houses on one city block. And in rural areas, the census zone is determined by physical limits easily related to the terrain and to those that can be enumerated on a single day. The rural census zones can, in specific cases, be made up of small populated nucleuses.

19. Every enumerator will be provided on the "day of the census" a map or outline of the census zone that will be enumerated, in which its outlines and borders will luckily by able to be recognized in the terrain. Also, it will be noted in the handout if it is an urban, suburban, or rural zone.


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Uruguay 1975 — source variable UY1975A_0038 — Urban-rural
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A. Identification

1. Department ____ _ _

2. Location or locality

Name ____ _ _ _
Category (indicate if it is a city, villa, village, town, etc.) ____ _ _ _

3. Census section ____ _ _

4. Segment ____ _ _

5. Area

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

6. Zone ____ _ _ _ _ _

7. Order number of the enumerator within the zone _ _

8. Address

____ Street or road
____ No.
____ Floor
____ Apt

9. Order number of the dwelling

_ _


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Uruguay 1985 — source variable UY1985A_0032 — Urban or rural area
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7. Area

[] 1 Urban
[] 2 Rural

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A. Identification
This section is meant to identify each Census document. Filling it out will be done in stages.

I) Before beginning your route transfer the information from the sleeve of your folder to each of the Census documents, in the following way:

Transfer the identification numbers in the established order:
  • Department
  • Census section
  • Segment
  • Zone
Order No. of the enumerator within a zone
Write down the name and the category of the locality and its codes.

In number 7 ("Area") mark with a cross the same box that is marked in the sleeve of your folder.

If you marked urban, cross out item 8 since it is only for rural areas.

II) Before beginning every interview, complete the rest of the identification of the Census document in the following way.

Number the dwellings consecutively, beginning with "01", writing down the same number for each one on the control sheet.

Number the documents consecutively, beginning with "01" according to the number that you put in the control sheet.

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Write down the address of a dwelling.

The address should identify a dwelling in such a manner that it is distinguished from any other dwelling or place.

If a dwelling does not have a street number, or is not on a street, road or highway, some fixed point that serves as a reference should be mentioned (a close intersection of streets or routes, distance to a street, route, railroad, geographic feature and in general, any other point of reference that is permanent).

The address of a document should coincide with what is put down on the control sheet.

If your zone is a rural area, you should, then, ask the head of household:

Is the piece of land where this dwelling is found involved in agricultural and livestock production? (number 8)

If a head responds yes, ask: "Does it measure less than a hectare?"

If a response is affirmative, mark box "1", if it is negative, mark box "2" (measures one or more hectare).

If a piece of land is not involved in agricultural or livestock production, mark box "3".


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Venezuela 1981 — source variable VE1981A_0016 — Urban-rural
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A. Urban area

[] 1 Urbanized
[] 2 Shantytown

____ Segment number
____ Block number
____ City or town
____ Suburb / Neighborhood (Urbanizaci?n)
B. [] 3 Rural area

Area [1 digit] _

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Section I - Dwelling identification

Information concerning the location of the enumerated dwelling is recorded in this section:

If urban, an "X" is marked in the appropriate box:

Urbanization or [made up of] huts/shacks (ranchos).

Later, segment number, block number, name of the locality, and the name of the urbanization or neighborhood [is recorded].

The enumerator should be careful to change the Block number when finishing the enumeration of one block and beginning another.

If a new block, not registered in the respective map, is encountered in the enumeration area, "S/N" [without number] should be written down. The immediate supervisor should be notified.

If enumerating an area with dwellings not organized into blocks, "S/N" [without number] should also be written down.


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Venezuela 1990 — source variable VE1990A_0015 — Urban

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Venezuela 2001 — source variable VE2001A_0037 — Urban or rural area

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Vietnam 1989 — source variable VN1989A_0006 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Vietnam 1999 — source variable VN1999A_0006 — Urban-rural

No questionnaire text is available for this sample.


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Vietnam 2009 — source variable VN2009A_0023 — Urban/rural
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Urban/rural (urban=1, rural=2): _
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(3) The line "Urban / rural": If the EA belongs to a ward or district town, then the enumerator puts "1"; if the EA belongs to a commune then the enumerator puts "2" in the corresponding box.

Because the above mentioned identification information are the same for all households in an EA, in order to reduce the interviewing time in a household, the enumerator should fill out the above information in advance.


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Zambia 1990 — source variable ZM1990A_0025 — Urban or rural
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Questionnaire Identification
1. Province Name ____
2. District Name ____
3. CSA Number _ _ _
4. Rural / Urban _
5. SEA number _ CD _
6. Census Building Number (CBN) ____
7. Housing Unit Number (HUN) _ _
8. Household Number (HHN) _
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The Enumeration Area

1. You as an enumerator will be assigned an enumeration area in which you will do the enumeration work for the Census. Your supervisor will assign this area to you and will also provide you with a map or a sketch showing boundaries of your enumeration area and explain major features of this area in order for you to properly identify the boundaries.

2. Your supervisor will take you around your enumeration area and instruct you with regard to the order in which you will carry out the enumeration. He will specify the order in which the villages should be visited in the rural areas or the streets to be covered in the urban areas. For you to cover your area in an orderly manner you must follow these instructions carefully.

3. Since the co-operation of the people is an essential factor in the success of the Census, your supervisor will introduce you to the local, traditional and Party leaders and other influential persons in the area to solicit their co-operation.
Identification Particulars on Main (Population and Housing) Questionnaire CPHA9001.

Province: (Item 1)
4. Write the name of the province you are operating in in the space provided. You will then enter the province code in box 1. This will be given to you by your supervisor as it appears in Appendix 1.

District: (Item 2)
5. Write the name of the district you are operating in in the space provided, then enter the code, given to you by your supervisor, as it appears in Appendix 1 in boxes 2 and 3.

CSA (Census Supervisory Area): (Item 3)
6. Your supervisor will give you the number of the CSA in which your work area is located. Enter the number in boxes 4 - 6.

Rural / Urban: (Item 4)
7. Write Urban or Rural in the space provided, depending on the area in which you are operating. You will just transfer this information from the map you are using. Enter code 1 for rural or 2 for urban in box 7.

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SEA (Standard Enumeration Area): (Item 5)
8. This is the area allocated to you for enumeration. Your supervisor will give you your SEA number. Enter the number in box 8 . Enter the check digit given to you in box 9.

Census Building Number (CBN): (Item 6)
9. Within your enumeration area you will give a unique serial number to each building as you continue to enumerate. This number will run serially in each enumerator's area. The number will be in three digits starting with 001, followed by 002, 003 and so on. No two buildings in your enumeration area will have the same 'Census Building Number'. This number will be different from other types of numbers the building may already have, such as house number, plot number, stand number, flat number, etc. The idea is to make sure that all the buildings, and thus housing units, in your area have been covered. This will help you, your supervisor, and anybody else who will be interested in checking on your progress and completeness of coverage. Enter the number in boxes 10 - 12.

Housing Unit Number (HUN) (Item 7)
10. Each housing unit will be given a house number within the building. This number will be in two digits. The first housing unit within any particular building should be given number 01, the second one 02, and so on. Structures not intended for habitation (see para. 36) but actually being used as living quarters at the time of the Census are to be allocated appropriate house numbers.

Examples:

i. Census Building Number 032 has three housing units (houses); these will be numbered 01, 02 and 03.
ii. Census Building Number 033 has only one housing unit; this will be numbered 01.
iii. Census building number 034 has two housing units; these will be numbered 01, 02.
iv. In case of a building where there is no housing unit, check mark x ([X]) (box 4 under interview status) against non-residential.

Remember to give it a Census Building Number. Enter the house number in boxes 13 and 14 after writing it out in the space provided.

Household Number (HHN): (Item 8)
11. Each household within a housing unit will be given a one-digit serial number - 1,2,3, etc. If the housing unit is vacant then write `O'against the household number. This will indicate that no one was living there at the time of enumeration. Enter this number in box 15. You will then get the housing particulars for the housing unit.

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Village/ Locality: (Item 9)
12. In the case of urban areas, enter here the name of the area, compound or township in which this house is located, e.g. Kansenshi, Chelston, Chipata Compound, Chilenje South, etc. In the case of rural areas write the name of the village/locality.

Residential Address: (Item 10)
13. Residential Address is the information that describes the place in such a manner that a person may be able to reach it by this reference. This will include the name or number of street and the location of this particular building on this street. It will also include house/flat number that the house already has, plot number or stand number, or the name of the building if it is commonly known by that name. For example Flat No. 2, Fife Court, Plot 712 Mwalule Road, Longacres. In rural areas, name of the village will suffice. No codes are necessary in this case.

Chief's Area: (Item 11)
14. This information is for the area you are operating in. You should confirm with the respondent the name of the chief for the area. You could come across people who pay allegiance to different chiefs in your area. What you are supposed to put down is the chief of the area. The name should be one of the names given in Appendix 2 of the list of chiefs for the district. If the name given is different or does not appear on the list, probe to find out if there has been any change in the names. If there has not been any, inform your supervisor about. it.

15. Census maps do not show the boundaries of chiefs' areas, therefore for the Central Statistical Office to correctly allocate people according to "Chiefs' Areas", you should be very careful when getting this information. Enter the appropriate code from Appendix 2 in boxes 16 - 18.

Ward: (Item 12)
16. A ward is a political delineation of an area. There may be more than one locality in one ward. The map you are using does not contain ward boundaries, the respondent will tell you the name of the ward in which his housing unit is located. In case he does not know, the 'party chairman- in the area will tell you. Your area might overlap wards, so you should not take it for granted that all the households you are covering should report the same ward. You should first ask before writing this in the space provided. Enter the appropriate codes as they appear in Appendix 9 in boxes 19 - 20.

Institutions/Collective Quarters: (Item 13)

17. Write the name of the Institution in the space provided. This includes Collective living quarters. The codes for institutions/collective living quarters are as follows:

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Code

1. Hotel/Motel/Inn
2. Hostel/Rest House
3. Hospital
4. Learning Institution
5. Prison/Police Cells
6. Other

Enter the appropriate code in box 21. In case of a normal housing unit draw a line across the space provided and enter 8 in box 21.


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Zambia 2000 — source variable ZM2000A_0026 — Urban-rural
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Questionnaire Identification

Province Name
District Name
Province _
District _ _
Constituency _ _ _
Ward _ _
CSA No. _ _
Region:
[]Urban
[] Rural
SEA No. _
Census Building Number (CBN) _ _ _
Housing Number Unit (HUN) _ _
Household Number (HHN) _
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4.2.4 Rural/Urban
Shade appropriately in the provided boxes for rural or urban, depending on the area in which you are operating. You will transfer this information from the map you are using onto the Form.

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Zimbabwe 2012 — source variable URBAN — Urban-rural status

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