Supplemental codebook for the survey of residential buildings, site II, wave 2

by Patricia Boren

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As part of the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment (HASE), the second (wave 2) survey of residential buildings was conducted in St. Joseph County, Indiana (Site II of the experiment), in August and September 1976. This codebook describes a set of variables derived from the original survey variables. For each derived variable, the codebook details the construction, specifies all permissible responses, and provides a tabulation of the unweighted responses recorded in the final master file, which contains only 28 records (the wave 2 sample was designed merely to supplement the data gathered at baseline).

This report is part of the RAND Corporation Note series. The note was a product of the RAND Corporation from 1979 to 1993 that reported other outputs of sponsored research for general distribution.

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