Exclusive use of a bath

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Year Exclusive use of bath Shared access to bath No access to bath
1951 20,700 Show data context 2,007 Show data context 31,758 Show data context
1961 69,690 Show data context 1,596 Show data context 45,725 Show data context
1971 98,407 Show data context 999 Show data context 23,149 Show data context
1991 64,900 Show data context 82 Show data context -383 Show data context
Date: Source:
1951 1951 Census of Scotland, County Report, Table 26 , 'Household Arrangements', for 'Counties, Cities, Wards of Cities, Burghs'
1961 [ERROR: authority is ''SRC'' but auth_note value of S1961COU_25 does not appear in SRC_TAB]
1971 [ERROR: authority is ''SRC'' but auth_note value of S1971COU_25 does not appear in SRC_TAB]
1991 Census of Population

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In 1951 and 1971, the census asked whether households had exclusive, shared or no use of a "fixed bath". In 1991, the question was slightly altered to include showers as well as baths; and by then there was no need to specify "fixed".

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Dundee City City through time | Housing Statistics | Exclusive use of a bath, A Vision of Britain through Time.

URL: http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/unit/10150553/cube/HOUS_HAVE_BATH

Date accessed: 21st February 2020