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2011 New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey Microdata

Component ID: #ti1098419093

Microdata: The microdata files have been reviewed, as part of our quality check, and are now restored to the website. There were no revisions to the data. For further information, please contact either Bob Callis or Ramon Toledo on 301-763-5694

Component ID: #ti1098419092

Caution Statement

  1. For the 2011 NYCHVS, a completely new sample was initially selected from the 2010 decennial census and updated by including newly created housing units, while the 2002 NYCHVS sample was selected from the 2000 census and updated for the 2005 and 2008 NYCHVSs.
  2. The 2011 NYCHVS was weighted based on the results from the 2010 decennial census, while the 2002, 2005, and 2008 NYCHVSs were all weighted based on results from the 2000 decennial census. Since surveys based on different censuses produce different results (2010 versus 2000), it will be difficult to compare various data from the 2011 NYCHVS to the 2008 NYCHVS and earlier years.

Component ID: #ti541924515


We strive to issue quality data products in a timely manner. However we do occasionally detect an error once an item has been issued. In order for us to ensure that you always have access to the most accurate data, please provide your name, organization, telephone number, and e-mail address below. Then, in the event that any error is detected in any of the tabulations or microdata, we will notify you so that you may retrieve the corrected information. Please enter the requested information here and send.

Component ID: #ti412756480

Data for mortgage amount, household social security income (and topcoding flag), and the allocation flag for those that paid for electricity and gas have been corrected.


txt   SAS Import Program   [<1.0 MB]
ftp   Occupied Records   [21 MB]
ftp   Person Records   [6.8 MB]
txt   Vacant Records   [1.2 MB]
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