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1992 DATA RELEASES

MICRODATA

Table 1. 1992 Microdata
File
Type
File Size (kb)
Description
Program Documentation PDF 166 Provides background information about the survey, supplies information on how to use the products listed above, and notes all changes to the survey that may impact comparability from year to year.
Microdata (SAS) ZIP 15,168

Contains individual data records masked to avoid disclosure.

Microdata (Text) ZIP 8,230 Contains individual data records masked to avoid disclosure.
Data Dictionary PDF 152 Provides a listing of each variable, description of variable, question asked to obtain data (if appropriate), applicable universe, and valid responses.
Sample Size and Response Rates MS Excel 90 Provides the sample size and response rate for the United States, each state, and the District of Columbia for each year. [Select the 1992 worksheet.]
Variables MS Excel 119 Provides a list of each variable and field type (numeric or character) by year. [Select the 1992 worksheet.]
Comparability MS Excel 707 Provides comparability between each survey year by variable and valid responses. [Select the 1992 worksheet.]

Disclaimer: Data users should take into account the magnitude of "Not Reported" categories when assessing estimates computed using microdata. Individuals who use the microdata to create estimates not published by the Census Bureau should cite the Census Bureau as the source of only the microdata used, not as the source of the new estimates.

PUBLICATIONS

The following files are in PDF format.

Table 2. 1992 Publications
State Publication Pages File Size (kb)
United States [PDF] TC92-T-52 235 2,618,278
Alabama [PDF] TC92-T-1 14 232,408
Alaska [PDF] TC92-T-2 14 219,872
Arizona [PDF] TC92-T-3 14 231,510
Arkansas [PDF] TC92-T-4 14 180,120
California [PDF] TC92-T-5 14 235,301
Colorado [PDF] TC92-T-6 14 221,132
Connecticut [PDF] TC92-T-7 14 231,433
Delaware [PDF] TC92-T-8 14 220,326
District of Columbia [PDF] TC92-T-9 14 218,799
Florida [PDF] TC92-T-10 14 222,779
Georgia [PDF] TC92-T-11 14 221,892
Hawaii [PDF] TC92-T-12 14 177,043
Idaho [PDF] TC92-T-13 14 219,896
Illinois [PDF] TC92-T-14 14 222,517
Indiana [PDF] TC92-T-15 14 183,449
Iowa [PDF] TC92-T-16 14 212,126
Kansas [PDF] TC92-T-17 14 231,444
Kentucky [PDF] TC92-T-18 14 231,705
Louisiana [PDF] TC92-T-19 14 232,481
Maine [PDF] TC92-T-20 14 177,012
Maryland [PDF] TC92-T-21 14 231,728
Massachusetts [PDF] TC92-T-22 14 232,001
Michigan [PDF] TC92-T-23 14 222,819
Minnesota [PDF] TC92-T-24 14 221,396
Mississippi [PDF] TC92-T-25 14 220,217
Missouri [PDF] TC92-T-26 14 232,767
Montana [PDF] TC92-T-27 14 220,484
Nebraska [PDF] TC92-T-28 14 232,042
Nevada [PDF] TC92-T-29 14 231,492
New Hampshire [PDF] TC92-T-30 14 220,639
New Jersey [PDF] TC92-T-31 14 221,408
New Mexico [PDF] TC92-T-32 14 220,311
New York [PDF] TC92-T-33 14 222,472
North Carolina [PDF] TC92-T-34 14 222,986
North Dakota [PDF] TC92-T-35 14 220,331
Ohio [PDF] TC92-T-36 14 234,027
Oklahoma [PDF] TC92-T-37 14 232,353
Oregon [PDF] TC92-T-38 14 221,078
Pennsylvania [PDF] TC92-T-39 14 222,674
Rhode Island [PDF] TC92-T-40 14 231,459
South Carolina [PDF] TC92-T-41 14 220,792
South Dakota [PDF] TC92-T-42 14 177,468
Tennessee [PDF] TC92-T-43 14 232,666
Texas [PDF] TC92-T-44 14 224,318
Utah [PDF] TC92-T-45 14 220,352
Vermont [PDF] TC92-T-46 14 219,425
Virginia [PDF] TC92-T-47 14 233,387
Washington [PDF] TC92-T-48 14 222,183
West Virginia [PDF] TC92-T-49 14 220,551
Wisconsin [PDF] TC92-T-50 14 221,460
Wyoming [PDF] TC92-T-51 14 231,289

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