1961 Census of Scotland, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1961: Scotland: City and County Parts: County of Aberdeen), Table 19 : " Population in all Private Households by Density of occupation (persons per room) for County, LB, SB, Districts of County, NT".

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Total population in all Households
[1]
Number of persons per room
Over 1.5
[2]
Over 1 and up to 1.5
[3]
1
[4]
Over 0.75 and up to 1
[5]
0.5 and over and up to 0.75
[6]
Less than 0.5
[7]
Dunbartonshire ScoCnty Total   179,741 Show data context 39,938 Show data context 45,194 Show data context 16,898 Show data context 16,898 Show data context 28,140 Show data context 8,973 Show data context
Bearsden Burgh   16,671 Show data context 373 Show data context 1,748 Show data context 4,228 Show data context 4,228 Show data context 4,951 Show data context 1,990 Show data context
Cove and Kilcreggan Burgh   847 Show data context 75 Show data context 97 Show data context 84 Show data context 84 Show data context 216 Show data context 249 Show data context
Helensburgh Burgh   9,154 Show data context 1,071 Show data context 1,666 Show data context 1,013 Show data context 1,013 Show data context 2,377 Show data context 1,240 Show data context
Kirkintilloch Burgh   17,983 Show data context 3,922 Show data context 4,918 Show data context 1,861 Show data context 1,861 Show data context 2,591 Show data context 706 Show data context
Milngavie Burgh   8,882 Show data context 819 Show data context 1,873 Show data context 1,251 Show data context 1,251 Show data context 2,056 Show data context 701 Show data context
Clydebank Burgh   49,421 Show data context 14,584 Show data context 13,946 Show data context 2,928 Show data context 2,928 Show data context 5,506 Show data context 953 Show data context
Dumbarton Burgh   25,724 Show data context 6,665 Show data context 7,745 Show data context 1,651 Show data context 1,651 Show data context 3,174 Show data context 851 Show data context
Cumbernauld DoC   7,308 Show data context 1,694 Show data context 1,836 Show data context 751 Show data context 751 Show data context 960 Show data context 177 Show data context
Helensburgh DoC   6,610 Show data context 880 Show data context 1,289 Show data context 872 Show data context 872 Show data context 1,520 Show data context 834 Show data context
Kirkintilloch DoC   3,532 Show data context 979 Show data context 1,132 Show data context 217 Show data context 217 Show data context 326 Show data context 83 Show data context
Old Kilpatrick DoC   9,169 Show data context 2,118 Show data context 2,465 Show data context 664 Show data context 664 Show data context 1,219 Show data context 326 Show data context
Vale of Leven DoC   24,440 Show data context 6,758 Show data context 6,479 Show data context 1,378 Show data context 1,378 Show data context 3,244 Show data context 863 Show data context

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1 The original table also gives percentages of persons living at more than 1.5 per room for 1951 and 1961 in columns J and K.

Notes:

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

1 Note:- This table is restricted to households of which at least one member was present on Census night.
2 Note:- The percentages entered in column K relate to areas as constitued in 1951. An asterick (*) has been inserted where, as a result of subsequent boundary changes - (a) the figures many be approximate in respect of the areas as constituted in 1961, or (b) no figures are available.

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