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2013 Current Population Survey Annual Social & Economic Supplement Content Test
New collection (Request for a new OMB Control Number)   No
Approved with change 02/08/2013
Retrieve Notice of Action (NOA) 12/07/2012
This content test is approved with the following terms of clearance: Census, HHS, and OMB agree that this test is designed to provide an internally valid assessment of the question changes that will be helpful in understanding the impact of potential future changes to ASEC health insurance and income questions. However, it is important to note that the test was not designed to provide nationally representative estimates of this impact in the same manner that the ASEC currently provides nationally representative estimates of the health insurance coverage and household income. Because the sample for this content test was selected to minimize sample design differences by focusing on particular subsets of the production sample, Census, HHS, and OMB agree that the test sample is not nationally representative, and cannot be used to make estimates of the U.S. population with known statistical precision. As the sample size of the test was selected to examine differences in the key estimate of the uninsured rate for the new questions only at the national level, the examination these differences by subpopulations lack sufficient statistical power to determine differences in the impacts of the different questions by subpopulations. Any Federal agency report of these results or using these results will clearly note the limitations of these data due to differences in sample design, coverage, nonresponse, and survey mode with the nationally representative estimates that the Census Bureau releases from the ASEC. The Census Bureau is providing further details on its statistical methodology for weighting related to this test.
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