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POPULATION INQUIRIES

The 1970 census was taken principally by means of a separate questionnaire (a 9 16"x10 7/8” booklet) for each household, completed by the respondent.

Population inquiries 2-8 were asked for all persons. The remaining questions were asked on a sample basis: some at every fitth household (15 percent), others at every twentieth household (5 percent), and some at both (20 percent). Only data items collected for tabulation are shown here. For identification items, screening questions, and format, see bibliography item 5.

Except for questions on Spanish origin or descent, citizenship, year of immigration, vocational training completed, presence and duration of disability, and activity 5 years ago, the 1970 population items were comparable to those in 1960.

All answers were designed for self-identification on the part

of the respondent, but the enumerator was allowed to fill in blanks by observation when this was possible. For item 4 (color or race), it was assumed that the respondent's relatives living in the unit were also of the same race unless the census taker learned otherwise. The enumerator's manual included a long list of possible written-in entries and how they were to be classified: For example, "Chicano,” “La Raza,” “Mexican American,” “Moslem,” or “Brown” were to be changed to White, while “Brown (Negro)" would be considered as Negro or Black for census purposes.

Although not specified on the questionnaire, the enumerator was instructed to limit question 25 (children ever born) to mothers who were or had been married unless a son or daughter had been listed.

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When did this person move into this house (or apartment)? Fill circle for date of last move. 1969 or 70

1965 or 66 O 1949 or earlier o 1968

O 1960 to 64 O Always lived in O 1967

this house or U 1950 to 59

apartment

Yes, public 0 Yes, parochial

Yes, other private

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(2) Name of city.

town, village, etc. (3) Inside the limits of this city, town, village, etc.?

Yes

No (4) County

(6) ZIP (5) State

Code d. How did he get to work last week? Fill one circle for chief meani wied on the last day he worked at the address giren in 96 Driver. private auto

Taxicab
Passenger, private auto

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Walked only
Bus or streetcar

Worked at home
Subway or elevated

Other means-Speuty
Railroad

After completing question and disse questoring is

30.

Does this person have a job or business from which he was
temporarily absent or on layoff last week?

Yes on layott
Yes on vacation temporary illness, labor dispute, etc
No

31a. Has he been looking for work during the past 4 weeks?
Yes

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b. Was there any reason why he could not take a job last week?

Yes, already has a job
Yes because of this person's temporary illness
Yes tor other reasons (in school, etc )
No. could have taken a job

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(For example Junior high school reial swpermarket, dany farm,

TV and radio service, auto assembly plani, road construction)
c. Is this mainly (Fill one oncle)
· Manufacturing

C Retail trade
Wholesale trade o Other (agriculture, construction,

service, government, etc.)

31. Occupation

a. What kind of work was he doing?

40. Earnings in 1969 Fill paris a, b, and for everyone who

worked any time in 1969 even if he had no income.

(If exaci aniount is moi droun, give best estimale) a. How much did this person worn in 1969 in wages, salary, commissions, bonusan,

00 or tips from all joba?

(Dollars only) (Before deductions for taxes, bonds,

OR dues, or other itenis.)

C None D. How much did he worn in 1969 from his own nontarm business, protessional

.00 practice, ar partnership?

(Dollars only) (Nes after business expenses If business

OR lost money, wnie "Lost" above amount.)

None

(For exaniple TV repasrman seumg niarime operator, spray painter,

ansi engineer, Jasm operator farm hand, junior high English teacher) b. What were Nis most important activities or duties?

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H. WHEN DID THIS PERSON LAST LEAVE THE

UNITED STATEST
Exclude vacations, home leave, or temporary
visits in the United States.

I! this person (last) left the U.S. in 1970), DOES ME EXPECT TO BE ABROAD AT LEAST

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c. Attending collega?

Yes

Expects to be a brood 3 months or more

Expects to be abroad less than 3 months "Home" State:

No

3 MONTHS7 10. WHAT IS THIS PERSON'S "HOME" STATEI

For children, give some State as parents.

17. DOES THIS PERSON SPEAK ANY LOCAL LANGUAGE?

11 hr knows only a few words ut the language,
(heck 'N).** DO NOT Uni Englsh, uni***it
is the unly local language.

(State of voting rooidence, local rooidonc.,

or hoone ol record, .tc.) Speak loral lancuare

Yes - What language!

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