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 respondent must answer for each member without any assumptions.
In this instance survey officers are also instructed not to make any conclusions which may be influenced by their observation or using people's names during the interview. This question may be very sensitive to some respondents, especially in this post-apartheid era, but it is really important to find out what the composition of the South African population is.
This question is asked to determine the population group of household members from the selected dwelling.
Every person who has stayed in the household in the selected dwelling unit at least four nights on average per week in the four weeks prior the interview.