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The jackknife procedure is, therefore, usually applied to PSUs rather than to random groups. For a paired selection design, the replicate is formed removing one PSU from a stratum and weighting the remaining PSU to retain the stratum’s proportion in the total sample. The complement replicate is formed in the same manner by exchanging the removed and retained PSU in the stratum. 33 A pseudo-value is estimated from each replicate. For a weighted sample, the sample weights in the retained PSU need to be inflated to account for the observations in the removed PSU.
In many multistage surveys, stratification is carried out to a maximum and only one PSU is selected from each stratum. In such case, PSUs can be paired to form collapsed strata to apply the BRR method. This procedure generally leads to some overestimation of the variance because some of the between-strata variability is now included in the within-stratum calculation. The problem is not serious for the case of linear statistics if the collapsing is carried out judiciously; however, the collapsing generally is not recommended for estimating the variance of nonlinear statistics (see Wolter, 1985, p.
Sex difference in the 6-month prevalence rate. therefore, may be preferable to a random selection of a starting point for this relatively small number of replicates. 1. Because one adult was randomly selected from each sampled household using the Kish selection table (Kish, 1949), the number of adults in each household became the sample case weight for each observation. This weight was then adjusted for nonresponse and poststratification. Sample weights were developed for the full sample, not separately within each subsample, and these were the weights used in the analysis.