Disability Data in the American Community Survey. Presentation for the 2006 State-of-the-Science Conference - The Future of Disability Statistics: What We Know and Need to Know Sharon M. Stern Poverty and Health Statistics Branch U.S. Census Bureau October 5, 2006. Overview.
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Presentation for the 2006 State-of-the-Science Conference - The Future of Disability Statistics:
What We Know and Need to Know
Sharon M. Stern
Poverty and Health Statistics Branch
U.S. Census Bureau
October 5, 2006
Surveys are mailed every month to a systematic sample of addresses in each county
If a household does not respond in six weeks, Census Bureau staff will attempt to contact the respondent by telephone to complete the survey.
If that, too, fails, a differential sample of remaining addresses will be visited by Census Bureau staff for an in person interview.
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Surveys were mailed to a sample of addresses.
If no mail response was received, Census Bureau staff will attempt to contact the address in person to complete the survey.
All respondents were part of a content follow-up conducted by telephone.
Please see the information sheet for more details.
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