I’m curious as to why there are discrepancies between the individual and household oversample flags. Both the non-March oversamples and Hispanic oversamples are selected at the HH level, so I would expect ASECOVERH and ASECOVERP to identical.
From 1976-2020, there are 178,252 individuals coded as in the oversample, but who are coded as residing in a HH that is part of the March Basic. There are 19 individuals coded as being part of the March Basic, but in a oversample HH.
Of these, 98% of cases occur between 1976-1981, while the remainder occur through 1988. Most (97%) are children under 14.
However, more than 4500 adults are impacted – most of whom are Heads. They receive CPSIDP = 0, and are not linkable longitudinally even though other members of their HHs are linkable.
For CPSID = 19760300419500, for example, the HH is coded as march basic, as is the spouse. The head is coded as part of the oversample. The children’s codes vary. Both partners are age 34.
For 19810301311700, the HH, spouse and children are coded as march basic, the head as oversample.