1. Relationship to the reference person (No. 1) in the household
 1 Reference person (No. 1) in the household
 2 Wife, husband
 3 Daughter, son
 4 Mother, father
 5 Sister, brother
 6 Mother-in-law, father-in-law
 7 Daughter-in-law, son-in-law
 8 Grandmother, grandfather
 9 Granddaughter, grandson
 10 Other relatives
 11 Non-relative
____ No. of mother (father) in the list of residents in the dwelling
Person recorded first within household
Daughter (sister)-in-law, son (brother)-in-law
Other blood or in-law relationship
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.
Question 1. Relationship to person No 1 in the household
The code corresponding to the prompt from the list of possible responses is to be marked.
For the household member specified first within the household the prompt "person recorded first within household" is to be marked. All other household members are to get codes corresponding to prompts required (e.g., if a person questioned is a son of the first person, the code corresponding to the prompt "daughter, son" is to be marked. If a person questioned has kinship or in-law relationship to the reference (No. 1) person, which is different from those listed (e.g., nephew), the reply corresponding to the "other relation degree» is be marked.
If a household is a one-person household, a mark against the reply "person recorded first within household" is to be made.
Persons living in a given household, but being not related to any household member either by blood or by law (e.g., nanny or servant living in the household and contributing to it) are to be marked as "non-relative".
For persons usually living together, but making no common provisions for food or other essential for living and fully or partially supported by the government, public or religious organizations in institutions like boarding houses for the aged and invalids, children's homes, monasteries, etc. (the institutional population), except those related to each other by blood or law (e.g., husband and wife in a boarding house for the aged or invalids or brother and sister in a children's home, the reply "person recorded first within household" is to be marked.
For each household member (regardless of the age and marital status) living in the same household with both parents or one of them, the serial number of his (her) mother (related by blood or not) within the dwelling, i.e. the number indicated against her name in the list of residents in the dwelling (column 1), is to be recorded. If there is no mother in the household, the number of father is to be entered. If there is neither mother nor father within the household, no number is to be recorded.
This variable indicates the relationship to the first person in the household.