This comment has pertained to only one of five outcomes, and two of four hypotheses, examined in their study. Support for my conclusions, which hypothesized difference, was thereby strengthened, but underestimation would likely have the opposite effect for Reczek et al. With the corrected data, the CDC method risk factors result in point estimates of serious child emotional difficulties that are lower for same-sex cohabiting than for same-sex married—an outcome quite different than found in the original article. Article Google Scholar Sullins, D. Columns 2 and 4 of Table 3 present for comparison a more common and possibly more useful treatment of the variable that Reczek et al. My own independent identification results in totals very similar to NCHS totals for these years, and totals identical to theirs for all years subsequent to the embargoed period for which they provide comparison numbers. Census Working Paper Series No. It is no criticism of an otherwise careful analysis to acknowledge that, through no fault of the authors, the data contained errors of which they were unaware.
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