Did you get an answer yet? Age and sex and race are controlled by estimates IIRC so there’s no margin of error unless you’re getting into more detail than the published age-race-Hispanic-sex estimates

Using replicate weights, in general, will result in quite low standard deviations compared to the published numbers that the Census puts out. This is especially true for income, since income is, of course highly skewed and if one follows a reasonable…

Does anyone know of any resources that examine measurement error in the decennial long form? I know the Census did not publish margins of error per se.

I know it's been four months, but I'm just getting back to this topic in the past week. I successfully used your PUMS suggestion, and the results suggest that the Yost index of SES is fairly stable for large areas, as I expected. Calculating MOEs for…

Hello, I'm trying to figure out how to calculate margins of error on counts in R. So far I've had no luck. I'm hoping that there's an R package out there that will make this a bit easier, but I've not seen anything as yet.

I am looking for guidance on calculating a percent of a margin or error. My work involves analyzing potential population risk to flooding, where I geospatially overlay block groups with flood zones in ArcGIS. If, for example, a block group…