1961 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1961: England and Wales: County Report: Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire), Table 23 : " Private Households by availability of certain Household Arrangements for LAA, Con, NT".

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Household Type Total Number of Households
[1]
Households with Household Arrangements as follows-- (E = having exclusive use; S = sharing with another household; N = entirely without)
Cold water tap
Hot water tap
Fixed bath
Water closet
All four arrangements
Sharing
[2]
None
[3]
Sharing
[4]
None
[5]
Sharing
[6]
None
[7]
Sharing
[8]
None
[9]
Exclusive
[10]
England and Wales Dep Total   All Households. 14,764,221 Show data context 309,908 Show data context 246,636 Show data context 258,192 Show data context 3,210,966 Show data context 674,513 Show data context 3,223,024 Show data context 849,744 Show data context 1,012,333 Show data context 10,255,526 Show data context
    Households sharing dwellings but having exclusive use of both stove and sink. 888,375 Show data context 278,142 Show data context 5,155 Show data context 225,251 Show data context 355,827 Show data context 487,618 Show data context 266,600 Show data context 612,574 Show data context 12,257 Show data context 95,234 Show data context
England Dep Drill-down All Households. 13,950,949 Show data context 280,966 Show data context 213,533 Show data context 238,133 Show data context 3,005,360 Show data context 645,391 Show data context 2,981,781 Show data context 810,546 Show data context 919,710 Show data context 9,731,004 Show data context
  Households sharing dwellings. 844,543 Show data context 250,343 Show data context 4,762 Show data context 206,501 Show data context 340,877 Show data context 464,723 Show data context 250,686 Show data context 579,630 Show data context 9,844 Show data context 90,986 Show data context
Wales Dep Drill-down All Households. 813,272 Show data context 28,942 Show data context 33,103 Show data context 20,059 Show data context 205,606 Show data context 29,122 Show data context 241,243 Show data context 39,198 Show data context 92,623 Show data context 524,522 Show data context
  Households sharing dwellings. 43,832 Show data context 27,799 Show data context 393 Show data context 18,750 Show data context 14,950 Show data context 22,895 Show data context 15,914 Show data context 32,944 Show data context 2,413 Show data context 4,248 Show data context

Comments:

1 This table is a selective transcription. Data has been transcribed to match that available for the geographically most detailed units. The break down of 'exclusive', 'Households sharing dwellings but having exclusive use of both stove and sink' and 'Households sharing dwellings and not having exclusive use of both stove and sink' by number of rooms and "All households" by number of persons have all been omitted.

Notes:

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

1 For definitions of households, dwellings and rooms, see pp.x and xi.
2 This table is restricted to households of which at least one member was present at Census.

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