Centre d'Estudis Demogrāfics
in collaboration with
Minnesota Population Center
METADATA :: Sample characteristics ::
Censos 2011: XV Receseamento Geral da PopulaÃ§ÃĢo; V Receseamento Geral da HabitaÃ§ÃĢo
Instituto Nacional de EstatÃstica (INE)
All persons who were in the country at 12am on 21 March 2011
De jure or de facto
De jure a
March 21, 2011
Field work period
Enumeration forms used
Three separate enumeration forms were used to collect information on the dwelling, household, and individuals.
Type of field work
Direct and self-enumeration. Some households self-enumerated using paper forms distributed by enumerators; other households self-enumerated online.
Microdata sample characteristics
Sample microdata source
Systematic sample of every 20th household with a random start, drawn by the country
Sample fraction (private households)
Sample fraction (institutional households)
Sample size (person records)
Sample size (private households)
Sample size (institutional households)
Self-weighting (expansion factor = 20).
A dwelling is an enclosed and independent place that is built, rebuilt, expanded, transformed or used exclusively for living purposes during the reference period.
A conventional household is a group of people who reside in the same dwelling and have legal or de facto relationships with each other, and occupy an entire dwelling or part of a dwelling. Additionally, one independent person who occupies part of or the entire dwelling constitutes a conventional household.
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