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2901.0 - Census Dictionary, 2006 (Reissue)  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 17/11/2006  Reissue
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Imputation Flag for Place of Usual Residence

This variable provides information on the level of response a person provided to the 'place of usual residence' question. Some people may provide an incomplete address of usual residence, and this flag indicates the geographic level at which imputation was then required. This variable can also be used to flag instances where people did not report their Usual Address Indicator Census Night (UAICP) and when it was possible to derive this indicator. For example, if a person was enumerated in Victoria and they provided a Tasmanian place of usual residence then UAICP is derived to 'Elsewhere in Australia'.
See also the 'Derivations and imputations' entry in the Glossary.
Applicable to: All persons
1 Not imputed - State/territory, SLA and CD stated
11 UAICP stated
12 UAICP derived
13 UAICP imputed
2 CD imputed - State/territory and SLA stated
21 UAICP stated
22 UAICP derived
23 UAICP imputed
3 SLA and CD imputed - Capital City provided
31 UAICP stated
32 UAICP derived
33 UAICP imputed
4 SLA and CD imputed - State/territory only provided
41 UAICP stated
42 UAICP derived
43 UAICP imputed
5 State/territory, SLA and CD imputed
51 UAICP stated
52 UAICP derived
53 UAICP imputed
Total number of categories:
one digit level 5
two digit level 15

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