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Table 2 Individuals in same-sex couples in Germany, by “reporting type” and “migrant status”

From: An explorative approach to the cross-section of international migration and sexual preference: same-sex couples in Germany

  “Native” “Migrant”
  % same sex N same sex Total N % same sex N same sex Total N
a) Using “lower” boundaries for “migrant status”
Valid answers, main residence 0.6 860 144,881 0.3 44 13,881
+ Valid answers, secondary residence/commuters 0.6 941 149,091 0.4 52 14,119
+ Missing/imputed answers 0.6 945 149,108 0.4 52 14,121
+ Possible wrong answers 1.9 2,871 151,036 1.5 213 14,282
b) Using “upper” boundary for “migrant status”
Valid answers, main residence 0.6 812 126,717 0.3 92 32,045
+ Valid answers, secondary residence/commuters 0.7 890 130,648 0.3 103 32,562
+ Missing/imputed answers 0.7 894 130,664 0.3 103 32,565
+ Possible wrong answers 2.0 2,611 132,383 1.4 473 32,935
  1. Source: Calculations based on German Micro census SUF 2013