supervisor completes column 1,2,3,4 before giving the questionnaire to interviewers. interviewer ask this part only to households which participated in the VLSS 1992-1993 and who are available for interview this time (section 0, part B Q 1 answer code 1 and Q. 3 answer code 1 or 3), or who have moved away but someone is available to provide information on household members (section 0 part b Q.1 answer code 1 and Q. 3 answer code 5 or 6 and Q.6 answer codes 2-5).
5. Is NAME the member of the household?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
The supervisor should use the household roster from the VLSS 92/93 to fill in
If the person whose name is in question 1 is still a member of the household being
interviewed, record code 1 in question 5 and record the idc for the current survey from section 1
part A to question 6 and go on to the next person. The ID code recorded in question 6 (idc of the
1992/93 VLSS) can be different from the idc recorded in question 2 (idc of the 1997-98 VLSS).
If a person whose name is in question 1 is not a member of the household being
interviewed because they have left and joined another household, moved away, ... record 2 in question 5 and go on to question 7
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if the answer code is 2, ski tto the question 7
This section is designed to identify out of the people interviewed in the VLSS 92/93, who
will be interviewed this time and who for one reason or the other won’t be interviewed. People with information recorded in question 6 are the people present for both surveys.