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Household Pulse Survey Data Tables

 

The experimental Household Pulse Survey is designed to quickly and efficiently deploy data collected on how people’s lives have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Data collection for Phase 3.2 of the Household Pulse Survey began on July 21, 2021 and is scheduled to continue until October 2021, with an initial data release of August 11, 2021. Subsequent releases will be made every two weeks, and the links below will take you to the downloadable tables in XLS for each release period.

Data collection for Phase 3.1 of the Household Pulse Survey began on April 14 and ended on July 5, 2021. 

Data collection for Phase 3 of the Household Pulse Survey began on October 28, 2020 and ended March 29, 2021.

Data collection for Phase 2 of the Household Pulse Survey began on August 19, 2020 and ended October 26, 2020.

Data collection for Phase 1 of the Household Pulse Survey began on April 23, 2020 and ended on July 21, 2020.

Note: Phase 1 of the Household Pulse Survey was collected and disseminated on a weekly basis. All later phases of the survey have used two-week collection and dissemination periods, and Phase 3.2 continues this approach. Despite going to a two-week collection period, the Household Pulse Survey continues to call these collection periods "weeks" to maintain continuity.

Phase 3.2 Household Pulse Survey Data Tables

Phase 3.1 Household Pulse Survey Data Tables

Phase 3 Household Pulse Survey Data Tables


Phase 2 Household Pulse Survey Data Tables

Phase 1 Household Pulse Survey Data Tables

Erratum Note:

JUNE 17 — The data tables for Recent Food Insufficiency (Tables 4 and 5 in the Food Sufficiency and Food Security Section) for week 1 through week 5 (April 23-June 2) were removed and replaced on June 17 as a result of a data processing error for one of the variables. The tables for all weeks have been updated. Please disregard any previous versions.

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