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ANNUAL SURVEY OF MANUFACTURES: 1951
Table 2.--MANUFACTURERS' EXPENDITURES FOR NEW PLANT AND NEW EQUIPMENT, FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY STATES: 1951
(DOLLAR FIGURES IN THOUSANDS. Totals for the United States and for Divisions include the estimates for all States, whether or not separate data are shown for the individual States. Expenditure estimates are not shown for a State if the standard error of the total expenditures figure exceeds 30 percent. The breakdown of a published total, by expenditures for plant and expenditures for equipment, is not shown when the standard error of either detail item exceeds 30 percent. Unpublished estimates, including those which can be derived by subtraction, may have standard errors considerably in excess of 30 percent. Estimates for "Establishments Under Construction" (Columns G, H, and I) cover expenditures during 1951 for new manufacturing establishments, or renovation of idle establishments, that were not in operation at any time in that year. Data for establishments under construction were obtained for the first time in the 1951 survey; statistics published in prior surveys and censuses do not include such expenditures.)
Table 2.-MANUFACTURERS' EXPENDITURES FOR NEW PLANT AND NEW EQUIPMENT, FOR THE UNITED STATES, BY STATES:
Withheld to avoid disclosure of data for individual companies. Where the symbol "d" appears for a State under the heading "Establishments Under Construction" (columns G, H, and I), the withheld data have been excluded from the "All Establishments" figures for that State (columns A, B, and C) but have been included in the corresponding geographic division totals for "Establishments Under Construction" and "All Establishments." Withheld because the estimate did not meet publication standards, either on the basis of the associated standard error of estimate or on the basis of consistency review.
The percentage standard errors shown in this column indicate the differences that can be expected between the estimates and comparable complete canvass totals, because of sampling fluctuations. The estimates will differ from the complete totals by less than:
1) The percentage shown: approximately 2 times out of 3.
ii) Twice the percentage shown; approximately 19 times out of 20. (iii) Three times the percentage shown: almost always.
2The estimates presented in columns G, H, and I include (1) the total expenditures reported by the "largest" companies (i.e., approximately 500 companies that are largest in terms of 1947 employment); (2) expenditures by other companies in the Annual Survey sample which appeared on available lists of companies' which had new plants under construction; and (3) an estimate of expenditures by all other companies as determined from a subsample of respondents in the annual survey. The latter subsample yielded estimates of zero except in four (4) States Massachusetts, Washington, Oregon, and California. These subsample estimates are included in the published figures shown, as well as in the "United States" total. The sampling variation for the published totals that include the subsample estimates is as follows:
Table 3.-MANUFACTURERS' EXPENDITURES FOR NEW PLANT AND NEW EQUIPMENT FOR
(DOLLAR FIGURES IN THOUSANDS. Major industry group (2-digit) totals and the "All industries estimates include the estimates for all component
industry group if the standard error of the total expenditures figure exceeds 30 percent. The breakdown of a published total, by expenditures including those which can be derived by subtraction, may have standard errors considerably in excess of 30 percent. Some of the 1950 estimates
ESTABLISHMENTS IN OPERATION, BY INDUSTRY GROUPS: 1951, 1950, 1949, AND 1947
Expenditures estimates are not shown for
industry groups, whether or not separate data are shown for the individual industry groups (3-digit). for plant and expenditures for equipment, is not shown when the standard error of either detail item exceeds 30 percent. Unpublished estimates, have been revised and therefore differ from previously published data.)
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