Households experiencing crowding in Invercargill City, New Zealand
1991, 1996 and 2001, Canadian National Occupancy Standard, % of households
Crowding categories are based on the difference between the number of bedrooms available and the number required to satisfy the conditions of the Canadian National Occupancy Standard.
Canadian National Occupancy Standard states:
1. there should be no more than two people per bedroom
2. parent or couples share a room
3. children under five years, either of same or opposite sex, may reasonably share a bedroom
4. children under 18 years of the same sex may reasonably share a bedroom
5. a child aged five to 17 years should not share a bedroom with one under five of the opposite sex
6. single adults 18 years and over and any unpaired children require a separate bedroom
The figure was suppressed if there were fewer than 50 in the subject matter population of the area. Owing to rounding percentages do not always sum to 100 percent.All cells in this table have been randomly rounded to base 3 prior to calculations
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Crowding-Occupancy Rate: Households by Crowding Categories of Canadian National Occupancy Standard 1991, 1996 and 2001
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From the dataset Crowding-Occupancy Rate: Households by Crowding Categories of Canadian National Occupancy Standard 1991, 1996 and 2001, this data was extracted:
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This data forms the table Housing - Households by crowding categories of Canadian National Occupancy Standard 1991, 1996 and 2001.