SEUPSurvey of Employment and Unemployment Patterns (Australia)
SEUPSolution and European Union Party (Turkey)
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The SEUP data, however, are far from ideal for investigating this issue.
Like the SEUP, the data they use are based on a relatively small sample (just over 1600 cases); coverage is restricted to a subset of the population (persons aged 18 to 54 years); non-response, at least in the first wave was relatively high and response was biased towards higher income families; and the income data are problematic, both because income data were collected from only one person in the household and because many of the items used to construct total family income were provided in ranges.
However, Dockery and Stromback (2000) could find no evidence of systematic selection bias or individual characteristic bias when evaluating program net impact using the extensive range of individual characteristic variables available in the SEUP micro-longitudinal data set.