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".

List for top level Lexden and Winstree

List for Essex AdmC

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Households in All Dwellings at successive densities
Population in All Households at successive densities
over 3
3 & over 2
2 & over 1.5
1.5 & over 1
1 or less
over 3
3 & over 2
2 & over 1.5
1.5 & over 1
1 or less
Lexden and Winstree RD Total   6,824 Show data context 15 Show data context 35 Show data context 143 Show data context 553 Show data context 6,078 Show data context 21,566 Show data context 98 Show data context 203 Show data context 872 Show data context 2,972 Show data context 17,421 Show data context

No data for lower-level units are available.


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.


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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