Data Dictionary: ACS 2005 -- 2009 (5-Year Estimates)
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Table: B22007. Receipt Of Food Stamps/Snap In The Past 12 Months By Family Type By Number Of Workers In Family In The Past 12 Months [43]
Universe: Families
Table Details
B22007. Receipt Of Food Stamps/Snap In The Past 12 Months By Family Type By Number Of Workers In Family In The Past 12 Months
Universe: Families
Variable Label
B22007001
B22007002
B22007003
B22007004
B22007005
B22007006
B22007007
B22007008
B22007009
B22007010
B22007011
B22007012
B22007013
B22007014
B22007015
B22007016
B22007017
B22007018
B22007019
B22007020
B22007021
B22007022
B22007023
B22007024
B22007025
B22007026
B22007027
B22007028
B22007029
B22007030
B22007031
B22007032
B22007033
B22007034
B22007035
B22007036
B22007037
B22007038
B22007039
B22007040
B22007041
B22007042
B22007043
Relevant Documentation:
Excerpt from: Social Explorer; U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey 2005-2009 Summary File: Technical Documentation.
 
General Information
  • Contact List: To obtain additional information on these and other American Community Survey (ACS) subjects, see the list of Census 2000/2010 Contacts on the Internet at www.census.gov/contacts/www/c-census2000.html.
  • Scope: These definitions apply to the data collected in both the United States and Puerto Rico. The text specifically notes any differences. References about comparability to the previous ACS years refer only to the ACS in the United States. Beginning in 2006, the population in group quarters is included in the data tabulations.
  • Historical Census Comparability: For additional information about the data in previous decennial censuses, see www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/doc/sf4.pdf
Appendix B and subject definitions for American Community Survey years prior to 2005.

  • Weighting Methodology: The weighting methodology in the 2006 ACS was modified in order to ensure consistent estimates of occupied housing units, households, and householders. For more information on the 2006 weighting methodology changes, see User Notes on the ACS website (www.census.gov/acs). There were no significant changes to the 2007 or 2008 weighting methodology. Beginning in 2009, the weighting methodology has changed to include the use of controls for total population for incorporated places and minor civil divisions.
  • For subject definitions from previous years, visit www.census.gov/acs.