Five more days Population Microcensus survey will be available on the Internet for filling in
Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) invites residents which have received letter from the CSB with invitation to participate in Population Microcensus 2015, to fill in survey until 15 September on the website https://eintervija.csb.gov.lv. On 17 September CSB interviewers will start their work and survey in telephone interview or in person those residents who will not fill in survey online by that time.
At the moment 2 020 persons have filled in Population Microcensus. Until now the largest household was registered in Roja county – 11 persons live there.
From 2 September until 15 December 2015 Population Microcensus is carried out in Latvia, aim of which is to verify quality of demographic data. The CSB has selected 15 thsd dwellings in Latvia and in Population Microcensus 2015 will determine how many residents actually live in these dwellings. Residents of dwellings, which received letter from the CSB with invitation to participate in Population Microcensus 2015, will participate in the survey.
More information on Population Microcensus 2015 is available here: www.csb.gov.lv/skaitisana
Toll-free Population Microcensus advisory telephone number: 80000320
E-mail: skaitisana [at] csb [dot] gov [dot] lv
Working hours of advisors: from 2 September until 15 September each day from 8:30 until 20:00; from 16 September until 15 December in working days from 8:30 until 17:00.
More information to media:
Beate Danusēviča, Kristīne Romanovska
Tel.: + 371 67366924, + 371 67366621, + 371 27880666
E-mail: media [at] csb [dot] gov [dot] lv
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