Rate : % of Households with Central Heating

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% of Households with Central Heating
Rate (R)
HOUS_CENTRAL_HEAT:have_heat * 100.0 / HOUSEHOLDS:now
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From 1991 onwards, the census has gathered data on whether or not households have central heating in some or all of their rooms.

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Entity ID Entity Name
T_HOUS Housing

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