My question is very specific and it looks towards adjusting for non-response in a survey that has no design weight (or any weight for that matter). I need help in finding out how to solve this problem using stata and was wondering if anyone of you could kindly paste an example from one of their work where they used stata to adjust for unit non-response.
The dataset I have is of a government training program that that has around 127000 observations in total. These 127000 trainees were then samples using a SRS on gender whereby we drew around 6700 observations. When the team was sent out to survey these 6700 people, around 4200 responded while the remainder were either not available or refused to respond.
I am really stuck and getting confused each time i browse the internet for help as there is hardly any method out there performed in stata which I can use to understand how someone rightly solved this problem. I know this sounds desperate but I really need help for this.
Hope to hear from the community.
PS: I know this is non health related however the method I am looking for probably works in every case which is why I am thought of asking the question here