TABLE 7-8 2000 A.C.E. P-Sample Final Match Codes, and A.C.E and PES Match Rates, by Race/Ethnicity Domain and Housing Tenure (weighted)

 

Percent Distribution of 2000 P-Sample Final Match Codes

P-Sample Match Ratea

Domain and Tenure Group

Match

Non-match

Unresolved

Removed

2000 A.C.E.

1990 PES

American Indian/Alaska Native on Reservation

 

Owner

82.9

13.2

1.6

2.4

85.43

78.13b

Renter

85.6

11.5

1.6

1.3

87.08

 

American Indian/Alaska Native off Reservation

 

Owner

88.5

9.2

1.4

0.9

90.19

Renter

81.2

12.6

4.3

1.9

84.65

Hispanic Origin

 

Owner

89.0

8.3

1.7

1.0

90.79

92.81

Renter

81.7

13.2

3.9

1.2

84.48

82.45

Black (Non-Hispanic)

 

Owner

87.9

8.8

2.3

1.1

90.14

89.65

Renter

80.4

13.7

4.7

1.2

83.67

82.28

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

 

Owner

85.8

12.2

1.0

1.0

87.36

Renter

80.3

15.8

2.7

1.2

82.39

Asian (Non-Hispanic)c

 

Owner

90.1

6.6

2.3

1.0

92.34

93.71

Renter

84.4

10.8

3.7

1.1

87.33

84.36

White and Other Races (Non-Hispanic)

 

Owner

93.0

4.9

1.4

0.8

94.60

95.64

Renter

85.5

9.8

3.7

1.0

88.37

88.62

Total

89.5

7.4

2.2

0.9

91.59

92.22

NOTE: First four columns in each row add to 100%;—, not estimated.

aMatch rates (matches divided by the sum of matches and unmatches) are after imputation for unresolved residence and match status for the A.C.E. and after imputation of unresolved match status for the PES.

bTotal; not available by tenure.

c1990 PES match rates include Pacific Islanders.

SOURCES: A.C.E. match codes are from tabulations by panel staff of P-sample cases who went through the matching process, weighted using TESFINWT and excluding TES-eligible people not in TES sample block clusters (who have zero TESFINWT), from U.S. Census Bureau, P-Sample Person Dual-System Estimation Output File, February 16, 2001; A.C.E. and PES match rates from Davis (2001:Tables E-2, F-1, F-2).

E-Sample Match Codes

The distribution of final match codes for the E-sample was 81.7 percent matches, 11.6 percent other correct (nonmatched) enumerations, 4.0 percent erroneous enumerations, and 2.6 percent unresolved. Table 7-9 shows that the percent confirmed correct enumerations (the sum of matches plus other



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