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H11. If you live in a one family house which
you own or are

buying-
What is the value of this property; that is, how much
do you think this property (house and lot) would sell for
it it were for sale!

Less than $5.000 If his house
$5,000 to $7,499

is on a place $7.500 to $9.999

of 10 acres or

more, or if $10,000 to $12,499

any part of $12,500 to $14,999 $15.000 to $17,499

is used as a $17,500 to $19.999

commercial

establishment $20,000 to $24,999 or medical $25,000 to $34,999 office, do $35,000 to $49.999 nol answer $50.000 or more

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H14. How are your living quarters heated?

Fill one circle for the kind of heal you use most.
O Steam or hot water system
O Central warm air furnace with ducts to the individual

rooms, or central heat pump
Built-in electric units ( permanenily installed in wall, ceiling.

or baseboard)

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POPULATION INQUIRIES

A separate questionnaire (a 10"x11" booklet), containing both population and housing items, was used for each household, and completed by a respondent. For 1980, a housing unit no longer had to have complete kitchen facilities; it was sufficient that the occupants (if any) lived and ate separately from all other persons in the building and also had direct access to their quarters. They constituted one household. A household with 9 or more persons unrelated to the owner or renter, or one with 10 or more unrelated people living together, was considered as noninstitutional group quarters (and the unit was excluded from the housing inventory).

For 1980, sample questions were asked for every second household (50 percent) in places with less than 2,500 inhabitants and at every sixth household (17 percent) elsewhere. A similar pattern was followed for persons in group quarters.

Questions 2-7 were asked for everyone, while 8 through 33 were applied on a sample basis. For format, see bibliography item 6.

It was no longer required that a husband in a husband/wife household be designated as the head (item 2); the household

member used as a reference person for the relationship item could be the owner or renter, or anyone 16 years old or over.

Enumerators were no longer allowed to enter race (item 4) by observation, but were instructed to ask and mark the race with which the person most closely identified. If a single response was not possible, as in the case of a racial mixture, the mother's race was to be reported. If this was not satisfactory, the first racial group given was to be entered. In further contrast with 1970, “Brown,” “Mexicano," etc., could be entered as "Other” (unless one of the listed categories was chosen). If a person was unable to select a single group in the Spanish-origin question (7), and only part two was Spanish (as in "Irish-Cuban"), the “No, not Spanish/Hispanic" circle was to be filled. If more than one origin was reported in the ancestry question (13), all answers were accepted.

A “health condition" in item 20 (disability) was defined as any physical or mental problem that had lasted or expected to last for 6 months or more. (Pregnancy was excluded.) Item 21 (number of babies) was asked for all females 14 years and over, regardless of marital status.

The enumerator used item A to indicate whether the listed person was an inmate (1) of an institutional type of group quarters or a resident of noninstitutional (N) group quarters.

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11. In what State or foreign country was this person born?! 13a. Does this person speak a language other than Print the State where this person's mother was living

English at home? when this person was born. Do not give the location of

Yes

No, only speaks English – Skip to 14 the hospital unless the mother's home and the hospital were in the same State.

b. What is this language?

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19. Does this person have a physical, mental, or other
health condition which has lasted for 6 or more

c. Is the place of work inside the incorporated (legal) months and which

Yes
No

limits of that city, town, village. borough, etc.? a. Limits the kind or amount

Yes

No, in unincorporated area
of work this person can do at a job?
b. Prevents this person from working at a job?
c. Limits or prevents this person

d County
trom using public transportation?
20. If this person is a female -

None 1 2 3 4 5 6
e. State

1. ZIP Code
How many babies has she ever
had, not counting stillbirths?

24a. Last week, how long did it usually take this person Do not count her stepchildren 7 8 9 10 11 12 or

to get from home to work (one way)?

morel or children she has adopted.

Minutes 21. If this person has ever been married a. Has this person been married more than once? b. How did this person usually get to work last week? Once More than once

If this person used more than one method, give the one

usually used for most of the distance.
b. Month and year
Month and year

Car

Taxicab
of marriage?
of first marriage?

Truck

Motorcycle
Van

Bicycle
Bus or streetcar

Walked only
(Month) (Year) (Month) (Year)

Railroad

Worked at home c. If married more than once - Did the first marriage

Subway or elevated Other Specify end because of the death of the husband (or wife)?

If car, truck, or van in 246, go to 24c.
Yes
No

Otherwise, skip to 28.

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