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Under this topic, comments on duplication and overlap of questions in different sections of the questionnaire can be made.

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  1. ENUMERATION METHODS: Q2 in Field operations (2) "What enumeration did you use" duplicates and is not consistent with Q2 in Methodology (1) on main and additional enumeration methods.  Perhaps we could delete Q2 in Field operations (2), and possibly amend Q2 in Methodology (1).

  2. USERS: There is a duplication between Q2 in Communication (2) and Q7 in Costs and benefits.  How shall we solve this?

  3. SMALLEST GEOGRAPHICAL LEVEL: We have two questions, Q3 in Dissemination, and Q2 in Geogr. char. (5) (related to the location of the place of work) where we have very different categories, which should be probably harmonized (if not be exactly the same).  Any proposals?

    1. I propose such solution:

      DISSEMINATION
      3. What is the smallest geographical level at which any census data set is disseminated?
      Census block (area bounded on all sides by streets, roads, streams, railroad tracks, etc.)
      Smallest geographical units used in census dissemination (enumeration areas, basic statistical area)
      1 Km2 (one square kilometer) grid
      LAU2 (communes)
      Administrative units on a higher geographical level (specify below)

      Other (specify below)

      Specify or provide comments:

      GEOGRAPHIC CHAR. (5)

      2. What was the lowest geographical level for which data on location of place of work can be produced?
      Precise address
      Coordinates
      Census block (area bounded on all sides by streets, roads, streams, railroad tracks, etc.)
      Smallest geographical units used in census dissemination (enumeration areas, basic statistical area)
      1 Km2 (one square kilometer) grid
      LAU2 (communes)
      Administrative units on a higher geographical level (specify below)
      Other (specify below)

      1. Thank you Janusz for the proposal. We will consider it in the review of the questionnaire.