The following table shows the levels available in the microdata products and the information contained on those levels:
|Level name||Information contained on level|
Geographic classifications, household size and structure, dwelling characteristics and household income details.
Demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of survey respondents, as well as health, health risks and related information provided by respondents.
Total daily alcohol consumption of the three most recent days alcohol was consumed by the respondent in the last week.
Broad types of alcoholic beverages consumed, including quantities, on the three most recent days of alcohol consumption in the last week.
Health conditions and status.
Types of daily physical activity and duration.
The following table shows the hierarchical file structure and the relationship between each level:
|Level 1||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4||Relationship type|
|Household||One record per in scope household|
|Selected Persons||Up to two selected person records per household (1 adult and 1 child)|
|Conditions||One Conditions record for each reported condition for each selected person record|
|Physical Activity - Day||Seven Physical activity day records per selected person aged 15 years and over|
|Alcohol – Day consumed||Up to three Alcohol – day consumed records per selected person 15 years and older (children 0-14 years were out of scope for the alcohol module)|
|Alcohol – Day/Type consumed||Up to 17 Alcohol – Type records per Alcohol – Day consumed record|