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Tracking Case Dispositions and Calculating Response Rates in the ACS. Prepared for the September 26, 2006 meetings of the Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates. How does unit nonresponse and CAPI subsampling affect the confidence intervals?.

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Tracking case dispositions and calculating response rates in the acs

Tracking Case Dispositions and Calculating Response Rates in the ACS

Prepared for the September 26, 2006 meetings of the Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates


How does unit nonresponse and capi subsampling affect the confidence intervals

How does unit nonresponse and CAPI subsampling affect the confidence intervals?


What happens to the initial sample

What happens to the initial sample?

  • Factors that reduce the sample size from the initial sample

    • Survey nonresponse

    • Identification of sample addresses that are ineligible for interviewing

    • CAPI subsampling

    • Availability of “good” phone numbers


Response rate

Response Rate

  • Ratio of weighted estimate of total interviews to weighted estimate of eligible universe

  • Weighted estimate of the eligible universe is the initial sample minus the weighted estimate of deletes (e.g., commercial, nonexistent, not a housing unit)


Example 1 statistics

Example 1 - statistics


Example 2 statistics

Example 2 - statistics


Impact of unmailables on final sample

Impact of unmailables on final sample


Questions

Questions?

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