Towards the 2021 UK Census imputation strategy: Response mode as a matching variable in a donor-based approach?

Steven Rogers, Lawrence Dyer, Brian Foley

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Abstract

Since July 2014, the Office for National Statistics has committed to a predominantly online 2021 UK Census. Item-level imputation will play an important role in adjusting the 2021 Census database. Research indicates that the internet may yield cleaner data than paper based capture and attract people with particular characteristics. Here, we provide preliminary results from research directed at understanding how we might manage these features in a 2021 UK Census imputation strategy. Our findings suggest that if using a donor-based imputation method, it may need to consider including response mode as a matching variable in the underlying imputation model.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTowards the 2021 UK Census imputation strategy: Response mode as a matching variable in a donor-based approach?
Publication statusPublished - 31 Oct 2014

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Rogers, S., Dyer, L., & Foley, B. (2014). Towards the 2021 UK Census imputation strategy: Response mode as a matching variable in a donor-based approach? In Towards the 2021 UK Census imputation strategy: Response mode as a matching variable in a donor-based approach?
Rogers, Steven ; Dyer, Lawrence ; Foley, Brian. / Towards the 2021 UK Census imputation strategy: Response mode as a matching variable in a donor-based approach?. Towards the 2021 UK Census imputation strategy: Response mode as a matching variable in a donor-based approach?. 2014.
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