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Week 41 Household Pulse Survey: December 29 – January 10

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The tables below show data collected from December 29, 2021 through January 10, 2022. Although previous phases of the survey collected and disseminated data every two weeks, Phase 3.3 has shifted to a two-weeks on, two-weeks off collection and dissemination approach. Despite using two-week collection periods, the HPS continues to call these cycles “weeks” to maintain continuity with earlier phases.

All tables show data for the nation, each of the fifty states, plus Washington, D.C., and the fifteen largest metropolitan areas.

The HPS is designed to provide near real-time data on how the pandemic has affected people’s lives.  Information on the methodology and reliability of these estimates can be found in the source and accuracy statements for each data release.

Data users interested in state level sample sizes, the number of respondents, weighted response rates, and occupied housing unit coverage ratios, can consult the quality measures file, available at the same location and below.   

For Week 41 the Census Bureau sent invitations to 1,044,701 households and received a total of 74,995 responses, for a weighted response rate of 7.2%

Phase 3.3 Household Pulse Survey State Level Quality Measures [1.0 MB]

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Detailed Tables

Note: The U.S. Census Bureau reviewed this data product for unauthorized disclosure of confidential information and approved the disclosure avoidance practices applied to this release. CBDRB-FY22-080.

Standard Error Tables

Note: The U.S. Census Bureau reviewed this data product for unauthorized disclosure of confidential information and approved the disclosure avoidance practices applied to this release. CBDRB-FY22-080.

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