NORC 4562 Summer 1992 HOUSEHOLD ENUMERATION FOLDER (HEF) Survey of Consumer Finances

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Stick white

assignment

label in box below NOTE ANY ADDRESS CORRECTION ATTEMPT TO GET ZIP CODE. HERE.

NAME ADDRESS

II II

INTRODUCTION

Hello, I’ (YOUR NAME) from the University m of Chicago’ s National Opinion Research Center (SHOW ID CARD). We are conducting a study about the state of the economy. _ I’ like to ask you a few questions about the people living here. All the answers d be kept stricrly confidential and used only for statistical purposes. Your cooperation is voluntary and yet essential to the.success will find this an interesting and worthwhile experience. * 1. First, I’ like to make sure I have located d ‘ ASSIGNMENT LABEL ABOVE) live here? the correct of this endeavor. you give will.

We think you

household.

Does (READ NAME FROM

Yes, correct.. ........................ No, not correct R.. ..................

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(GO TO PAGE 8) 2 (LOCATE CORRECT R IF APPROPRIATE)

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Survey of Consumer Finances NON-INTERVIEW REPORT
NORC 4562 5B2

CASE ID # Li_l_i_i_i_.l
FINAL CODE 1 i !

1.

Detail

reason for refusal/breakoff:

(RECORD VERBATIM)

2.

Strength of refusal/breakoff Mild - No Hostility .................................... Firm But Not Hostile ................................... Hostile ................................................

: 3

3.

What methods were employed to persuade the respondent to cooperate/continue?
.

4.

Do you think another FI may be able to obtain/complete Yes ....................... ..l 2

an interview?

No ..........................
4a. Why or why not?

Supervisor's

Initials

Date:

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NORC 4562 Summer 1992 HOUSEHOLD ENUMERATION FOLDER (HEF) Survey of Consumer Finances

AP

Stick white assignment label in box below or If this is a case you’ adding to your re assignment as a missed HU, copy the information from original label. NOTE ANY ADDRESS CORRECTION. Al-l-EMPT TO GET ZIP CODE. SURVEY CASE ID (IF ADDING THIS CASE, INCREASE ORIGINAL NUMBER BY ” 10”) I_I____I___I__I __!_I

PSU SEG PT LINE BLOCK

LOCALITY HU ADDRESS AND DESCRIPTION

INTRODUCTION Hello, I’ (YOUR NAME) from the University m of Chicago’ National Opinion Research s (SHOW ID CARD). We are conducting a study about the state of the economy. I’ like to ask you a few questions about the people living here. All the answers d be kept strictly confidential and used only for statistical purposes. Your cooperation is voluntary and yet essential to the success will find this an interesting and worthwhile experience.
1.

Center

you give will

of this endeavor.

We think you

First, I’ like to make sure I have your address described d correctly. STREET NUMBER AND NAME, APARTMENT NUMBER, OR OTHER FROM ASSIGNMENT LABEL ABOVE)?

Is it (READ DESCRIPTION

Yes, correct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (ASK A) No, not correct address . . . . . . ...2 (REVIEW SEGMENT PRINTOUT; CORRECT THE ADDRESS OR CORRECT HU IF APPROPRIATE) A. (IF NOT KNOWN) What is your zip code here?
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THE GOAL IS A COMPLETED SAMPLE UPDATE FORM FOR EACH HEF. AN ‘ HU’ (HOUSING UNIT) MUST HAVE SEPARATE LIVING QUARTERS AND A SEPARATE ENTRANCE. CHECK YOUR AREA PROBiTY MANUAL FOR MORE DETAILS OR CALL YOUR FMIFS.

A.

IF THERE ARE NO DELETIONS, PAGE AND YOU ARE DONE!

CORRECTIONS,

OR MISSED HUs AT THIS ADDRESS,

CHECK BOX IN SECTION “A- ON OPPOSITE

B. C.

IF THIS ADORESS IS NOT REALLY AN HU, GO TO ‘ 8’ bN THE OPPOSITE PAGE AND COMPLETE THE -DELETE LINE- SECTION. IF THE ADDRESS AND DESCRIPTION ADDRESS- SECTION. ARE NOT CORRECT, GO TO ‘ C’ ON THE OPPOSITE PAGE AND COMPLETE THE -CHANGE

D.

CHECK FOR MISSED HlJr BY FOLLOWING

THE INSTRUCTIONS

BELOW:

MESSAOE CODES

MESSAGE CODE ON LABEL 1

INSTRUCTIONS

PRINTED ON LABEL WHAT TO DO

TYPE OF UNIT

CHECK FOR MISSED Hlh AT THE ADDRESS ABOVE. CHECK FOR MISSED HUr BETWEEN STREET ADDRESS ABOVE AND STREET ADDRESS BELOW.

1.

LOOK FOR HUs AT THE ASSIGNED NOT ON THE SEGMENT PRINTOUT.

ADDRESS WHICH ARE

SINGLE FAMILY UNIT

2.

LOOK FOR MISSED HUS BETWEEN THE TWO ADDRESSES ADDRESSES LISTED ON THE LABEL. FOLLOW THE EXACT SAME PATH THE LISTER DID TO DEFINE -BETWEEN.ADD ANY MISSED Hlh TO PART ‘ D’ OF THE SAMPLE REPORT. PLEASE NOTE SPECIAL RULES BELOW. LOOK FOR MISSED HU WITHIN THE INDIVIDUAL APT. FIRST-LISTED UNIT IN A MULTI-UNIT STRUCTURE.

3.

2

CHECK FOR MISSED HUs AT THIS APT. NUMBER. CHECK FOR HUs AT THIS STREET ADDRESS NOT LISTED ON THE SEGMENT PRINTOUT

1.

2. OBSERVE AND USE INFORMANTS TO FIND IF ANY HLb WERE MISSED AT THIS SAME STREET ADDRESS. 3. ADD MISSED HlJa TO PART D OF SAMPLE REPORT. LOOK FOR MISSED HIJe WITHIN THE INDIVIDUAL APARTMENT. ADD ANY MISSED HUa TO PART D OF THE SAMPLE REPORT LOOK FOR MISSED HUr WITHIN THIS APARTMENT. LOOK FOR HUs BETWEEN THE APARTMENT’ S STREET ADDRESS AT THE BOlTOM OF THE LABEL. FOLLOW THE EXACT SAME PATH AS THE LISTER DID TO DEFINE ‘ BETWEEN.” ADD ANY MISSED HUs i0 REPORT. PART D OF THE SAMPLE

3

CHECK FOH MISSED APARTMENT.

tiUs AT

THJS

1.

2.

ANY LISTED UNIT EXCEPT THE 1 ST OR LAST LISTED IN A MULTI-UNIT STRUCTURE. THE LAST LISTED UNIT IN A MULTIUNIT STRUCltJRE.

4

CHECK FOR MISSED HUs AT THIS APARTMENT NUMBER. CHECK FOR MISSED HUs BETWEEN THIS STREET ADDRESS AND THE ADDRESS BELOW.

1. 2.

3.

IF YOU FIND 1. 2. OR 3 MISSED HOUSING

UNITS (HUsl:

ADD EACH MISSED HU TO YOUR ASSIGNMENT. HEF ONTO THE FIRST PAGE.

FILL OUT A BLANK HEF FOR EACH MISSED HU BY COWING

THE LABEL INFORMATION

FROM THE ORIGINAL

GIVE EACH NEW HEF A CASE NUMBER BY AODING 10. 20. OR 30 TO THE ORIGINAL CASE NUMBEH.

IF YOU FIND 4 OR MORE MISSED HUr .- STOP!

CALL FIELO SAMPLING COORDINATOR KATHY SALMON 1214) 352-3956 FOR INSTRUCTIONS. KATHY WILL INSTRUCT YOU TO CIRCLE SOME OF THE NUMBERS IN PART D OF THE SAMPLE REPORT. ADD ONLY THE CIRCLED NUMBERS TO YOUR ASSIGNMENT BY MAKING OUT A BLANK HEF FOR EACH ONE AND ASSIGN A CASE ID NUMBER AS ABOVE.

NOTE

IF MISSED HUr ARE ADDED AT THIS ADDRESS.

BE SURE THE DESCRIPTION

OF THIS HU DISTINGUISHES

IT FROM THE ADDED HUs.

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SAMPLE REPORT
STICK DUPLICATE ASSIGNMENT LABEL IN BOX BELOW. OR IF THIS IS A CASE YOU’ RE ADDING TO YOUR ASSIGNMENT AS A MISSED HU. COPY THE INFORMATION LABEL: FROM ORIGINAL

SURVEY 4562

CASE IO IUSE SAME CASE ID AS ON COVER OF THIS HEFI I I I I I I-1

PSU SEG PT LINE BLOCK

LOCALITY
HU

ADDRESS

‘ 1

I. CHECK BOX AT RIGHT IF THERE ARE NO MISSED HUr AND NO SAMPLE DELETIONS OR ADDRESS CHANGES 1-1

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A

LINE I FROM PRINTOUT DELETE HUc NOT FllTlNG DEFINITION OR DEMOLISHED. DO NIR.

REASON FOR DELETION

(I:

s ,: ;;1 s

CHANGES TO ADDRESS OR DESCRIPTION OF HU. CORRECT ADDRESS ON HEF LABEL. MARK IN RED ON MAP. CHECK TO SEE WHICH OTHER LINES ON PRINTOUT NEED SAME CHANGES.

LINE NUMBER

OTHER LINES WITH SAME CORRECTION ADDRESS (20 CHARACTERS ONLY)

_

TODESCRIPTION ONLY) 127 CHARACTERS

II

WAS SHOULD BE LINE NUMBER WAS SHOULD BE OTHER LINES WITH SAME CORRECTION

.

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I BETWEEN LINES CIRCLE SELECT 1 2 3 NEW CASE NUMBER I I

ADDRESS OF MISSED HU I ’

DESCRIPTION I

SAME ADOR I

SAME APT

r> = 2 I.1 z VI 1

FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS ON LABEL TO CHECK FOR MISSED HUs. IF 1-3 DO NEW HEF FOR EACH ONE. ADD 10TO ID. IF 4 OR MORE CALL KATHY 1214) 352~ 3956.

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AP
Survey of Consumer Finances NON-INTERVIEW REPORT NOPC 4562 5l92

FINAL CODE;

;

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1.

Detail reason for refusal/breakoff:

(RECORD VERBATIM)

2.

Strength of refusal/breakoff Mild - No Hostility .................................... Firm But Not Hostile ................................... Hostile ................................................

:

3

3.

What methods were employed to persuade the respondent to cooperate/continue?
.

4.

Do you think another FI may be able to obtain/complete

an interview?

No ....................... ...2 4a. Why or why not? 1

Yes .......................

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Supervisor's Initials

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OBSERVATION
2.

PAGE FOR NIR CASES ONLY

TYPE OF STRUCTURE IN WHICH FAMILY LIVES: INTERVIEWER NEVER ACTUALLY SAW R’ HOME (SKIP TO P. 12) . . . .. . . . . . . . S .................. TRAILER; MOBILE HOME ........................................ .................. DETACHED SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE ................................ .................. 2.FAMILY HOUSE, 2 UNITS SIDE BY SIDE ............................ .................. 2.FAMILY HOUSE, 2 UNITS ONE ABOVE THE OTHER .................... .................................. .................. DETACHED 3-4 FAMILY HOUSE .................. ROW HOUSE (3 OR MORE UNITS IN AN AlTACHED ROW) ................. ........................... .................. APARTMENT HOUSE (4 OR FEWER UNITS .................. CONDO/APARTMENT HOUSE (5 OR MORE UNITS, 3 STORIES OR LESS ....... .................. CONDO/APARTMENT HOUSE (5 OR MORE UNITS, 4 STORIES OR MORE ...... ................... .................. APARTMENT IN PARTLY COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE. OTHER (SPECIFYI:

Ot
0: 02 03 06 .05

06 .07 08 09 10 11

3

NEIGHBORHOOD:

LOOK AT THE STRUCTURES ON R’ BLOCK AND CODE AS MANY AS APPLY. S VACANTLAND.. ................................................................. TRAILER/MOBILE HOME ............................................................ DETACHED SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE .................................................... 2-FAMILY HOUSE: SIDE BY SIDE OR ONE ABOVE THE OTHER ................................. DETACHED 3-4FAMlLY HOUSE ....................................................... ROW HOUSE (3 OR MORE UNITS- IN AN AlTACHED ROW) .................................... APARTMENT HOUSE (4 OR FEWER UNITS) ............................................... CONDO/APARTMENT HOUSE (5 OR MORE UNITS. 3 STORIES OR LESS ........................... CONDO/APARTMENT HOUSE (5 OR MORE UNITS, 4 STORIES OR MORE .......................... .............................................. COMMERCIAL ORINDUSTRIALSTRUCTURE PARK.............................................~ ............................ SCHOOL OR OTHER GOV’ T. BUILDING .................................................. VACANTBUILDING ................................................................ FARM ......................................................................... OTHER (SPECIFY)

01

02 03
04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

4.

BUILDINGS IN THE IMMEDIATE NEIGHBORHOOD (LOOK UP AND DOWN THE BLOCK) ARE: ALLRESIDENTIAL ................................................................. MOSTLYRESIDENTIAL ............................................................. ABOUT EQUALLY RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL ...................................... MOSTLYNONRESIDENTIAL .......................................................... NONEINVIEW ................................................................... HOUSING STRUCTURES ON BLOCK ARE: O-20 FEET APART ................................................................. 21- 100 FEET APART OVERlOOFEETAPART .......................................................... .............................................................

01 02 03 04 05

5.

1 2 3

6.

CONDITION

OF BUILDING EXTERIOR IS: CLEAN AND SOUND ......................................................... SOME PAINT PEELING OR CRACKS IN MASONRY ........................................... NEEDS SUBSTANTIAL PAINTING, REFILLING. OR REPAIR .................................... DILAPIDATED.. ................................................................... OF THE EXTERIOR OF BUILDINGS ON BLOCK IN GENERAL (BOTH SIDES OF STREET) LOOKS: BElTERTHANR’ S ................................................................. ASGOODASR’ S .................................................................. WORSETHAN R’ S ................................................................. NO OTHER BUILDINGS IN VIEW ................................................... RESIDENTS SEEM TO BE: ALLBLACK ...................................................................... ALMOST ALLBLACK ................................................................ HALFBLACKANDHALFNON-BLACK .................................................... ALMOSTALLNON-BLACK ............................................................ ALLNON-BLACK ................................................................... DON’ KNOW.. T ................................................................... MISSING

1 2 3 4

7.

CONDITION

1 2 3 4

9.

NEIGHBORHOOD

1 2 3 4 5 8

NOTE:

QUESTIONS

1 AND 8 ARE INTENTIONALLY

In order IO determine relationship to you. RELATIONSHIP

whom Ler’ s

to interwow. atart with

I
you

need to know how

who liver you?

old are

here lt this sddrera (CONTINUE LISTING

-- just their first namer. thslr alas end their & MEMBERS~ OF THIS HOUSEHOLD BY

TO HEF RESPONDENT.1

(0)

lb)

(C)

fd)

Household Member@ by Relationship to HEF Rerpondent

sex

AtIe

Enter ‘ R’ to Identify Survey Respondent

1’
WHOM TO INTERVIEW - INTERVIEWER INSTRUCTIONS

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8.

If household contains only a married couple or perBonr living as though most knowledgeable about the farnily’ asseta and debts. a If household If household contain* contains only en adult and their minor childtan. unrelated roommates who are 18 years interview of ale

married,

with or without

children,

interview

the person

who is

b.
C.

Iho adult. or older. list the household and interview person closest IO aae 45

0s a single person d. If household parents). DETERMINED FAMILY.) If unclear NOTE:

economic

unit. fsmaly (perronr IS ON THE LEASE related by blood. about marriage or adoption assets - 8.0.. adult married children living with’ and debts. (FAMILY TO BE INTERVIEWED KNOWLEDGEABLE PERSON IN THAT

contain@ an extended the person BY WHOSE NAME

interview

or persons

most knowlsdpssbls

the family’ s INTERVIEW

IS

OR MORTGAGE.

THE MOST

whom

to intarwew situations.

Iespacially

in case d). CALL YOUR occupation is asked

FMIFS. about in Section R ir considered the Respondent. Indicate R for this

In &_

the person

whose

cover sheet

in Col. Id) above.

We would like lo conduct Who would

the

intervisw

with the person or persons IN THE ABOVE AT GRID).

in your family who are rriost knowledaesbls

about the family’ s

assets end debts.

that be? (NOTE KNOWLEDGEABLE RECORD

THE ANSWER PERSON THIS

IF MOST

IS NOT

HOME.

DETERMINE OF CALLS.

CONVENIENT PAGE 12.

TIME

FOR

INTERVIEWER

(AND

PHONE

NUMBER

IF

APPROPRIATE).

INFORMATION

IN THE RECORD

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NORC: 4562 Summer, 1992

VALIDATION

FORM

INTERVIEWER INTERVIEWER

NAME: ID:

Vl.

In case my office wants to verify Let me confirm, the spelling...

that I conducted

this interview,

may I have your full name?

LAST NAME v2.
May

FIRST NAME
full

M.I. the spelling.

I have

your

spouse’ dpartner’ s

name?

Let me confirm

LAST NAME v3.

FIRST NAME living

M.I.

And the street address where vou are presently FROM ASSIGNMENT LABEL)? Is that right?

is (READ STREET ADDRESS

STREET ADDRESS v4. And your city, state, and zip code are (READ FROM HEF)? Is that correct?

CITY
f I I 1_1_1_1_1 _I

STATE V5. What is your telephone
I I I I __I 1_1_1

ZIP CODE number?
_I-I_/_

.(_I_

AREA CODE V6. In whose name is this phone number listed? .l 2

RESPONDENT’ S NAME.. .. (GO TO V7). ................. OTHER NAME ... ..(COD E BELOW) ..........................

OTHER NAME UNDER WHICH v7.

PHONE NUMBER IS LISTED

Thinking of all the people you know, either around here or elsewhere, who would be the one person you keep in touch with who would be most likelv to alwavs know where vou are? ENTER FULL NAME OF PERSON A. What is (PERSON’ S) phone number? I ,_I_!_1 I _1 I 1-I - I I 1-1 _I

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Page by page Specifications
Page

for the HEF

If this is USE THIS PAGE FOR LIST SAMPLE CASES.ONLY. 1 an area probability case, remove this page. Attach the assignment label with the R's name and address to the box. at the top of the page. Read the introduction and ask question one. If the respondent agrees to the interview, turn to page 8.

If this is USE THIS PAGE FOR LIST SAMPLE CASES ONLY. Page 2 an area probability case, remove this page. This is the non-interview report for list sample cases. Complete this page after consulting your FM/FS. Go to page 7. If this USE THIS PAGE FOR AREA PROBABILITY CASES ONLY. 3 is a list sample case, remove this page. Attach the sample label to the box at the top of the page. If this is an added missed HU case, copy the information from the original label and increase the original ID number by 10. Read the introduction and ask question one. If the respondent agrees to the interview, turn to page 8.
Page Pages

4 and 5 USE THESE PAGES FOR AREA PROBABILITY CASES ONLY. If this is an list sample case, remove these pages. Page 4 gives instructions on how to complete page 5.

Page

USE THIS PAGE FOR AREA PROBABILITY CASES ONLY. If this 6 is a list sample case, remove this page. This is the noninterview report for list sample cases. Complete this page after consulting your FM/FS. Go to page 7. page for & NIR cases. each question. In Q.3., properties around the R's are missing.

This is an informational Page 7 Circle the most accurate answer to neighborhood refers to the general home. Note that questions 1 and 8

Page 8 This is the household enumeration list for u'cases. Read question 2 and list the members of the household. Use the first name or relationship to the HEF respondent. Follow the "Whom to interview" instruction box to determine the survey respondent. Begin interview or establish an appointment for the interview.

Page 9 This validation form is completed AFTER the interview is conducted. Explain to R that this information is kept separately form the questionnaire and is only used to verify the interview. Page 11 This is an extra page for the Record of Calls. If a third page is needed, insert it here and attach with a staple.
Page

12 This is the Record of Calls. Assign the appropriate code after each contact or attempt made on this case.
10

11

I.r\:bl.

I

I) /I RECORD

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IIEKE
NAME : _

NORC

4562

PIACE KESI’ ONOENT

IAHEI.

OF CALLS, PAGE 1 OF 1-1 .

FINAL INTERVIEWER

HESl'ONDENT ADDRESS: DISPOSITION CODES

~ern~orarlly
letter sent
41
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61 completed 62 conploted 65 converted 66 converted

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ultlocrtablc unavallabl*

60 P.rLlal Colnplete

JO )I

)I ,111 tJctcdlll 11111 Co” llomc
01 ~.,,,,,orar~~y uw+ttabl*

&“.rcr/An¶ .
f?4 Approval

No “0

Act one

ior1 Iloml!ll~o

tl.l~:llln~ LIST SAriPLC
Poatcrrd Roqulrod 00 R0fu0aLRaturnod

46 Appolntrcnt 41 R Broke 49 Other
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HH Not Accerslble R W,ved/Nev Address Known Language Problem Temporary Rcfus~l/BIO~kO~f Made Appointment
I6 I

care c1ee CAM caee
fl0ld

Iln PorSon) wolephonol IIn Pereon) (Telephone) Ropocte)

01 R Docoered 92 Unable to Loceto ,, Unove,l,ble dur,n9

porlod
lkv0d out of ImOo

71 vecult HU 72 Not en EU 72 Soeronel Vecent P4 No eontect

90 Len2ue9e R.19 1-r 91 RofuBrl/l*..hof;-~o

Roeeon

92 R~furrl/Brmkot2-too

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93 Rofuaal/Br0Joff-100

hwlv~/P0r00n~l

(Non Intocvlow

OS Refueel by aetokeoDor 26 R Inetltu~I~nelieeb

75 Vecent lrellec Ipeco 76 Sup10 lncorroct 77 lo illalble Reepondont

94 R.fueel-oov’ t 95 0th.r

fm?olvoDow

TRY I TUE-3
WED-4

DAY SUN- 1 MON-2

MONTH (l-12) DATE
NAME &

TIME ENTER EXACT TIME AM/PH PER-1 TEL-2 PHONE NUMBER OF CONTACT

TYPE

DISP
CODE

YOURNANE4

ID COMMENTS

(PRINT FULL

NAME 6 ID)

TIIR-5 FRI-6 SAT-7

GO TO !'AGE11

(IF NECESSARY)