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Specifically, each responding household represents, on average, six or seven other households who reported using short forms. One consequence of the weighting procedures is that each estimate based on the long form responses has an associated confidence interval. These confidence intervals are wider (as a percentage of the estimate) for geographic areas with smaller populations and for characteristics that occur less frequently in the area being examined (such as the proportion of people in poverty in a middle-income neighborhood).

Bureau of the Census, Census of Population and Housing, 2000: Summary File 4. Summary File 4 (SF 4) contains sample data, which is the information compiled from the questions asked of a sample (generally 1-in-6) of all people and housing units. Summary File 4 is repeated or iterated for the total population and 335 additional population groups. This chapter focuses on the following 24 population groups: Hispanic or Latino (of any race) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Cuban Dominican (Dominican Republic) Mexican Puerto Rican South American Argentinian Bolivian Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Paraguayan Peruvian Uruguayan Venezuelan Spaniard Other Hispanic or Latino Please note that the above list only includes Spanish-speaking population groups.

Examples of these characteristics are the total number of people, the number of people reporting specific racial categories, and the number of housing units. The official values for items reported on the short form come from SF 1 and SF 2. The differences between the long form estimates in SF 4 and values in SF 1 or SF 2 are particularly noticeable for the smallest places, tracts, and block groups. The long form estimates of total population and total housing units in SF 4 will, however, match the SF 1 and SF 2 counts for larger geographic areas such as counties and states, and will be essentially the same for medium and large cities.

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