Coresident grandparents and grandchildren

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Census Bureau, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 10 pages
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Page 7 - October 1990 from the Current Population Survey (CPS). Some estimates are based on data obtained from the CPS in earlier years. The Bureau of the Census conducts the survey every month, although this report uses only October data for its estimates.
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Page 7 - All statistics are subject to sampling error, as well as non-sampling error such as survey design flaws, respondent classification and reporting errors, data processing mistakes and undercoverage. The Census Bureau has taken steps to minimize errors in the form of quality control and edit procedures to reduce errors made by respondents, coders, and interviewers. Ratio estimation to independent age-race-sex-Hispanic population controls partially corrects for bias attributable to survey undercoverage....
Page 7 - March of 1990 in the Current Population Survey (CPS). The Bureau of the Census conducts the survey every month, although this report uses only March data for its estimates.
Page 9 - Find out about — • socioeconomic and housing data from the 1990 census and the surveys that update them • business in your city and county • median income, tax base, and more than 100 other variables...
Page 3 - The three are closely related, because better-educated women are more likely to be in the labor force and tend to have fewer children.
Page 7 - ... classification and reporting errors, data processing mistakes, and undercoverage. The Census Bureau has taken steps to minimize errors in the form of quality control and editing procedures to reduce errors made by respondents, coders, and interviewers. Ratio estimation to independent age-racesex-Hispanic population controls partially corrects for bias attributable to survey under-coverage. However, biases exist in the estimates when missed individuals have characteristics different from those...
Page 5 - Each of these characteristics is related to family structure. For example, the more adult earners in the family, the more income the family is likely to have, all else being equal. Also, the more dependent children or grandparents (nonearners) a family has, the more people there are to support.

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