Australian Bureau of Statistics
1406.0.55.005 - User Manual: Survey TableBuilder, 2011
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Since the estimates from surveys are based on information obtained from a sub-sample of usual residents of a sample of dwellings, they are subject to sampling variability. As such, they may differ from those that would have been produced if all usual residents of all dwellings had been included in the survey. One measure of the likely difference is given by the standard error (SE), which indicates the extent to which an estimate might have varied by chance because only a sample of dwellings was included. RSE is a measure of the likely difference and is obtained by expressing the SE as a percentage of the estimate.
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