29. Summary of the people who spent the night in the household.
If you used more than one form, complete the summary only on the first form, including all people who spent the night in this household.
____ 1. Number of males who spent the night in this household
____ 2. Number of females who spent the night in this household
____ 3. Total number of people who spent the night in this household
Fill in after completing the interview with each member of the household:
____ 4. Number of people under age 18 (0 to 17) who spent the night in this household
____ 5. Number of people 18 and older who spent the night in this household
Chapter E. For all persons.
2. Mark the family relationship to the head of the household. Chapter D question 28.
 1 Head
 2 Spouse or partner
 3 Son or daughter
 4 Stepchild
 5 Grandchild
 6 Son- or daughter-in-law
 7 Father/mother
 8 Parent-in-law
 9 Other relative
 10 Non-relative
 11 Domestic employee or their family member
Spouse or partner
Domestic employee or family member of domestic employee
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.
D. List of persons
E. Population information for all persons
Before enumerating each of the members of the household, you should note the order number, the name and last name and relationship on the page that corresponds to each of them in the same order as chapter D (Question 28). After registering all of the persons, you should complete the information for each of them, beginning with the head of household, male or female.
Question 2: Relationship as relatives
The relationship as relatives should be established with regard to the first person on the list (head of household, male or female). Complete only one alternative according to the answer given by the person being enumerated.
The adoptive children should be registered as children of the head of household, male or female, but write the word "adopted" next to the option son/daughter to clarify this situation.
Other relative: this includes the blood relative and relatives through marriage in regard to the head of household, male or female: uncles/aunts, cousins, great-grandchildren, grandparents, great-grandparents, nephews/nieces, siblings.
Non-relatives: this includes godsons/daughters, godparents of one's children, guests, employees, friends.
Domestic personnel or his/her family: this includes the gardeners, launderers, cleaners, drivers, housekeeper, nannies, etc. who work without leaving the dwelling you are visiting.
This variable indicates the person's relationship to the head of the household.