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Public Use Data Files

Public Use Data Files

February 2003


Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Report
Survey Methodology
1. Introduction
2. Design and Methods
3. Response Rates
Table 3-1Assignment of residential status to the screener disposition codes
Table 3-2 Number of cases based on the residential status
Table 3-3Distribution of extended interviews by extended disposition code (MAINRSLT)
Table 3-4Response rates (percentages)
4. Weighting and Calculating Variance Estimates
Table 4-1 Unknown residential status weighting classes
Table 4-2 Screener nonresponse weighting classes
Table 4-3 Extended interview nonresponse weighting classes
Table 4-4 Number of completed screener interviews with interruptions in telephone service
Table 4-5 Description of cells used for household poststratification
Table 4-6Definitions of the dimensions used in raking
Table 4-7 Imputed variables with counts
Table 4-8 Overall adjustment raking factors for disabled and nondisabled* interviews
Table 4-9 Population in the United States
Table 4-10 Number of people in group quarters by self-reported age groupings
Appendix A - Household and Person Weights
Table A1 - Household weighting for the 2002 National Transportation Availability and Use Survey sample
Table A2 - Extended interview weighting for 2002 National Transportation Availability and Use Survey sample
Appendix B - Using SUDAAN and Other Software for the Analysis of the 2002 National Transportation Availability and Use Survey
Codebook
Telephone (CATI) Survey
Section A - Telephone Number Screening & Respondent Selection
Section B - Household and Household Member Selection
Section C - Disability Information & Travel Outside The Home
Section D - Personal Motor Vehicle Ownership and Use
Section E - Experiences with Transportation Used
Section F - Memberships in National Associations
Section G - Demographics
Internet Survey
Section B: Household
Section C: Disability Information & Travel Outside the Home
Section D: Personal Motor Vehicle Ownership and Use
Section E: Experiences with Transportation Used
Section F: Memberships in National Associations
Section G: Demographics
Mail Survey
Introduction
Instructions
Section B - Introduction
Section C - Transportation Use Section
Section D - Personal Motor Vehicles Section
Section E - Personal Travel Section
Section F - Association Membership
Section G - General Information
Tables of Frequencies
Section C
Section D
Section E
Section F
Section G
Raw Data1
Metadata1

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