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Appendex B

1996 National Content Survey Detailed Tables

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Appendix B. 1996 National Content Survey Detailed Tables
Table 1 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns by Race and Hispanic Origin for the Race-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey (3k)
Table 2 Multiracial Category -- Rate of Disagreement by Race and Hispanic Origin for the Race-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey (3k)
Table 3 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns by Race and Hispanic Origin for the Hispanic Origin-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey (2k)
Table 4 Multiracial Category -- Rate of Disagreement by Race and Hispanic Origin for the Hispanic Origin-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey (3k)
Table 5 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns by Race and
Hispanic Origin, Without a Multiracial Category: 1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 6 Alternative Sequencing -- Rate of Disagreement by Race and Hispanic Origin,
Without a Multiracial Category: 1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 7 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns by Race and
Hispanic Origin, With a Multiracial Category: 1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 8 Alternative Sequencing -- Rate of disagreement by Race and Hispanic Origin,
With a Multiracial Category: 1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 9 Nonresponse Rate and Rate of Disagreement for the Race Question:
1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 10 Nonresponse Rate and Rate of Disagreement for the Hispanic Origin Question:
1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 11 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Persons of Hispanic Origin by Race, for the Race-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey (2k)
Table 12 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Persons of
Hispanic Origin by Race, for the Hispanic Origin-First Sequence:
1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 13 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Persons of
Hispanic Origin by Race, Without a Multiracial Category:
1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 14 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Persons of
Hispanic Origin by Race, With a Multiracial Category:
1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 15 Item Nonresponse Rate on Mail Returns on the Race Question for Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Origin Persons: 1996 National Content Survey (2k)
Table 16 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Native-Born
Persons, for the Race-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 17 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Foreign-Born
Persons, for Race-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 18 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Native-Born
Persons for the Hispanic Origin-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 19 Multiracial Category -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Foreign-Born
Persons, for the Hispanic Origin-First Sequence: 1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 20 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Native-Born Persons, by Race and Hispanic Origin, Without a Multiracial Category:
1996 National Content Survey
(2k)
Table 21 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Foreign-Born Persons, by Race and Hispanic Origin, Without a Multiracial Category:
1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 22 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Native-Born Persons, by Race and Hispanic Origin, With a Multiracial Category:
1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 23 Alternative Sequencing -- Percent Distribution of Mail Returns for Foreign-Born Persons, by Race and Hispanic Origin, With a Multiracial Category:
1996 National Content Survey
(3k)
Table 24 Item Nonresponse Rate on Mail Returns for the Hispanic Origin Question for Native-Born and Foreign-Born Persons: 1996 National Content Survey (2k)

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division,
Special Populations Staff

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