Time Use Survey 1998/99

Sampling Errors

The following tables show relative sampling errors for selected tables.

A: Basic tables showing how much time is spent by different population groups on different activities

B: Weekday/weekend variation in time use

C: Detailed information on primary activities

D: Perception of task sharing

G: Simultaneous activities

H: Unpaid work

I: Paid work

J: Effect of facilities in the household

L: Māori activities

A: excel icon. Basic tables showing how much time is spent by different population groups on different activities (Excel, 595kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 1: Average minutes per day spent on the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics, for all people aged 12 and over living in private households
Relative sampling errors for table 6: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 7: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by Mäori/non-Mäori, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 8: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by urban/rural, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 9: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by age, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 10: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by labour force status, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 11: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting all activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 12: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting all activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by Mäori/non-Mäori, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 13: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting all activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by urban/rural, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 14: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting all activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by age, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 15: Participants: Average minutes per day for the eleven activity groups counting all activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by labour force status, cross-classified by personal characteristics
B: excel icon. Weekday/weekend variation in time use (Excel, 246kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 17: Participants: Average minutes per day spent during weekdays and weekends on the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 18: Participants: Average minutes per day spent during weekdays and weekends on the eleven activity groups counting all activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
C: excel icon. Detailed information on primary activities (Excel, 140kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 20: Participants: Average minutes per day spent on each individual activity counting only primary activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, cross-classified by family type
Relative sampling errors for table 21: Participants: Average minutes per day spent on each individual activity counting all activities, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, cross-classified by family type
D: excel icon. Perception of task sharing (Excel, 189kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 22: Number and percent of partnered people who believe they have spent more, the same or less time than their partners on selected activities over the last four weeks, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
G: excel icon. Simultaneous activities (Excel, 54kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 29: Average minutes per day spent on each individual activity counting primary activities and all simultaneous activities separately, with subtotals giving the four major types of time, by sex, for all people aged 12 and over living in private households
H: excel icon. Unpaid work (Excel, 183kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 31: Number of people who had done different types of unpaid work for their own household or for people outside their own household during the four weeks before the interview, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics, for all people aged 12 and over living in private households
Relative sampling errors for table 32: Participants: Average minutes per day spent on unpaid work activities outside of the home counting all activities, by sex, cross-classified by Mäori/non-Mäori
Relative sampling errors for table 33: Percent of diary days on which selected activity groups were recorded counting all activities, for whom the activity was done, by sex of respondent, cross-classified by Mäori/non-Mäori
Relative sampling errors for table 34: Participants: Average minutes per day spent available for care of household members, by age of children cared for and illness/disability status of adults being cared for, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 35: Participants: Average minutes per day spent caring for or helping non-household members on an informal basis counting all activities, by age of children being cared for and illness / disability status of adults being cared for, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
Relative sampling errors for table 36: Participants: Average minutes per day spent on formal unpaid work counting all activities, by type of organisation through which work was done, by sex, cross-classified by personal characteristics
I: excel icon. Paid work (Excel, 48.5kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 39: Average minutes per day spent by employed people on the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, by number of jobs held, cross-classified by personal characteristics, for all people aged 12 and over living in private households
J: excel icon. Effect of facilities in the household (Excel, 54kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 41: Average minutes per day spent on the eleven activity groups counting only primary activities, by presence of appliances/services in own household, cross-classified by sex, for all people aged 12 and over living in private households
L: excel icon. Māori activities (Excel, 26.5kb)
Relative sampling errors for table 48: Number and percent of people who participated in a Māori cultural activity during the four weeks prior to interview, by sex, by type of activity, cross-classified by Māori/non-Māori, for all people aged 12 and over living in private households
Relative Sampling Errors: Estimated number of people aged 12 years and over living in private households – female, male and total, by personal characteristics
Relative Sampling Errors: Estimated number of employed people aged 12 years and over living in private households – female, male and total, by paid work characteristics
Relative Sampling Errors: Estimated number of people aged 12 years and over living in private households – female, male and total, by Māori/non-Māaori, by hours worked per week in paid employment, by age group

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