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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

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)
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