Table D.3 Rates of E-Sample Erroneous Enumerations and Unresolved Cases, in Mailout/Mailback and Update/Leave Types of Enumeration Area (TEA), by Mail or Enumerator Return, Race/Ethnicity Domain, and Housing Tenure, Original 2000 A.C.E. (weighted)

 

Percent Erroneous and Unresolved Cases of Total E-Sample Enumerations

 

Mailout/Mailback TEA

Update/Leave TEA

Race/Ethnicity Domain and Tenure Category

Mail Return

Enumerator Return

Mail Return

Enumerator Return

American Indian and Alaska Native on Reservation

 

Owner

0.0

6.5

13.5

9.0

Renter

5.1

1.9

10.2

3.9

American Indian and Alaska Native off Reservation

 

Owner

7.2

7.7

2.2

8.7

Renter

9.1

12.8

5.5

11.3

Hispanic

 

Owner

3.4

8.2

4.0

7.3

Renter

7.0

15.2

7.1

15.1

Black

 

Owner

4.6

11.7

3.7

7.3

Renter

8.4

16.8

5.6

10.6

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander

 

Owner

6.6

6.9

7.4

6.7

Renter

5.3

13.8

10.8

13.5

Asian

Owner

4.0

8.8

3.5

8.5

Renter

8.4

17.5

8.4

23.2

White and Other Non-Hispanic

 

Owner

3.0

8.5

2.6

8.0

Renter

7.2

16.6

5.2

12.9

Total

4.3

12.6

3.1

9.2

NOTES: See Table E.3 in Appendix E for definitions of race/ethnicity domains. Mail returns are those received before the cutoff for determining the nonresponse follow-up universe (variable NRU = 1). Enumerator returns are those obtained in nonresponse follow-up (variable NRU = 3).

SOURCE: Tabulations by panel staff from E-Sample Person Dual-System Estimation Output Files (U.S. Census Bureau, 2001b), provided to the panel February 16, 2001; weighted using TESFINWT.



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