Household ID (phhid)
File: polygamoushh
Overview
Type: Discrete
Format: numeric
Width: 4
Decimals: 0
Range: 19-9275
Valid cases: 79
Invalid: 0
Minimum: 19
Maximum: 9275
Mean: 1536.4
Standard deviation: 2606.8
Questions and instructions
Literal question
Household ID
Categories
ValueCategoryCases
19 2 2.5%
43 3 3.8%
48 2 2.5%
166 2 2.5%
201 2 2.5%
212 4 5.1%
255 2 2.5%
276 2 2.5%
280 2 2.5%
410 2 2.5%
412 2 2.5%
456 2 2.5%
518 2 2.5%
524 2 2.5%
608 2 2.5%
616 2 2.5%
625 3 3.8%
653 1 1.3%
667 2 2.5%
752 2 2.5%
906 2 2.5%
980 2 2.5%
993 3 3.8%
1010 2 2.5%
1114 2 2.5%
1210 2 2.5%
1216 3 3.8%
1225 2 2.5%
1240 2 2.5%
1265 2 2.5%
1275 2 2.5%
1278 4 5.1%
9012 2 2.5%
9134 2 2.5%
9210 2 2.5%
9275 2 2.5%
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Interviewer instructions
All polygamous households are to be treated as separate households (with different household numbers). Each wife answers separately. The purpose of this form is to link the husband with the households of each of his wives.

Numbering:
HHN: The first household (where the husband is interviewed) takes the original household number (hhn) assigned to that household.
9HHN: The second household (in which one of the wives is living) receives number 9HHN.
8HHN: The third household (in which anotherr wife is living) takes 8HHN.
7HHN: The fourth household (in which a fourth wife is living) takes 7HHN.
For example, if the original household number is 12, the second household will be 9012, the third 8012 and the fourth 7012.