1951 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1951: England and Wales: County Report: Buckinghamshire), Table 12 : " Private Households by Density of Occupation (Persons per Room) for AC, MB, UD, RD".

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Households in All Dwellings at successive densities
Population in All Households at successive densities
Total
[1]
over 3
[2]
3 & over 2
[3]
2 & over 1.5
[4]
1.5 & over 1
[5]
1 or less
[6]
Total
[7]
over 3
[8]
3 & over 2
[9]
2 & over 1.5
[10]
1.5 & over 1
[11]
1 or less
[12]
England and Wales Dep Total   13,117,868 Show data context 27,929 Show data context 127,004 Show data context 509,342 Show data context 1,434,621 Show data context 11,018,948 Show data context 41,840,000 Show data context 153,538 Show data context 764,356 Show data context 2,758,332 Show data context 7,229,543 Show data context 30,938,842 Show data context
England Dep Drill-down 12,367,229 Show data context 26,290 Show data context 119,549 Show data context 480,553 Show data context 1,346,753 Show data context 10,394,060 Show data context 39,330,839 Show data context 144,075 Show data context 718,713 Show data context 2,595,333 Show data context 6,783,557 Show data context 29,093,772 Show data context
Wales Dep Drill-down 750,639 Show data context 1,639 Show data context 7,455 Show data context 28,789 Show data context 87,868 Show data context 624,888 Show data context 2,509,161 Show data context 9,463 Show data context 45,643 Show data context 162,999 Show data context 445,986 Show data context 1,845,070 Show data context

Comments:

1 The dataset is a partial transcription. It contains only the figures for All households and population in all households. It omits columns containing figures related to shared dwelling households and all percentages. It also omits the county level breakdown of rows into number of persons per household.

Notes:

The following notes to the table appeared in the original report.

1 For definitions of dwellings, households, rooms, etc., see pp.vii and xvi.
2 See notes 3 and 4 to Table 11 for the treatment of households sharing dwellings.

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