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Country or AreaYearAreaAge of head of household or other reference memberType of householdSex of reference personRecord TypeReliabilitySource YearValue 
Albania2011TotalTotalTotalTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20132,784,539 
Albania2011TotalTotalOne-person householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201389,498 
Albania2011TotalTotalNuclear householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20131,643,230 
Albania2011TotalTotalCouple with childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20131,331,965 
Albania2011TotalTotalCouple without childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2013209,658 
Albania2011TotalTotalSingle parent with childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2013101,607 
Albania2011TotalTotalNon-nuclear householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20131,006,567 
Albania2011TotalTotalA single family nucleus and other personsTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2013584,802 
Albania2011TotalTotalTwo or more familiy nucleiTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2013421,765 
Albania2011TotalTotalUnknownTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201345,244 
Aruba2010TotalTotalTotalTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2013100,7031
Aruba2010TotalTotalOne-person householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20137,4471
Aruba2010TotalTotalNuclear householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201347,3811
Aruba2010TotalTotalCouple with childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201329,1871
Aruba2010TotalTotalCouple without childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20137,9991
Aruba2010TotalTotalSingle parent with childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201310,1951
Aruba2010TotalTotalNon-nuclear householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201345,8341
Aruba2010TotalTotalUnknownTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2013411
Australia2011TotalTotalTotalTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201219,437,5592,3
Australia2011TotalTotalTotalMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201211,698,0532,3
Australia2011TotalTotalTotalFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20127,739,5062,3
Australia2011TotalTotalOne-person householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20121,888,7002
Australia2011TotalTotalOne-person householdMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012859,0972
Australia2011TotalTotalOne-person householdFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20121,029,6032
Australia2011TotalTotalNuclear householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201214,482,2732
Australia2011TotalTotalNuclear householdMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20129,331,8912
Australia2011TotalTotalNuclear householdFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20125,150,3822
Australia2011TotalTotalCouple with childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20128,893,1912
Australia2011TotalTotalCouple with childrenMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20126,190,4702
Australia2011TotalTotalCouple with childrenFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20122,702,7212
Australia2011TotalTotalCouple without childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20123,794,5752
Australia2011TotalTotalCouple without childrenMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20122,857,9662
Australia2011TotalTotalCouple without childrenFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012936,6092
Australia2011TotalTotalSingle parent with childrenTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20121,794,5072
Australia2011TotalTotalSingle parent with childrenMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012283,4552
Australia2011TotalTotalSingle parent with childrenFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20121,511,0522
Australia2011TotalTotalNon-nuclear householdTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20123,066,5832
Australia2011TotalTotalNon-nuclear householdMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20121,507,0622
Australia2011TotalTotalNon-nuclear householdFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20121,559,5212
Australia2011TotalTotalA single family nucleus and other personsTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete20121,420,8032
Australia2011TotalTotalA single family nucleus and other personsMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012683,3062
Australia2011TotalTotalA single family nucleus and other personsFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012737,4972
Australia2011TotalTotalTwo or more familiy nucleiTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012696,1982
Australia2011TotalTotalTwo or more familiy nucleiMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012311,7742
Australia2011TotalTotalTwo or more familiy nucleiFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012384,4242
Australia2011TotalTotalOtherTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012949,5822
Australia2011TotalTotalOtherMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012511,9822
Australia2011TotalTotalOtherFemaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete2012437,6002
Australia2011TotalTotalUnknownTotalCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201232
Australia2011TotalTotalUnknownMaleCensus - de jure - complete tabulationFinal figure, complete201232

Footnotes

1 - During the 2010 Census, the relationship between the members of the household was determined on the basis of a set of questions completed for all members of the household, differently from the 2000 Census. In the 2000 Census, the reference person was used to establish the relationship between the members of the household. In 2010 however, enumerators were instructed to choose a reference person as a mere helpful tool in finding the person who could be most helpful in completing the housing form, given that the owner of the living quarter or the one responsible for paying the rent is often the one who knows the most of the living quarter. Relationship to head of household was not asked in the 2010 Census.
2 - This data has been randomly rounded to protect confidentiality. Individual figures may not add up to totals, and values for the same data may vary in different tables.
3 - 1034818 persons in households categorised as "Visitor only" or "Not classifiable " are excluded from this table as a "Household reference person" could not be identified for them.
Source

UNSD Demographic Statistics

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

The United Nations Statistics Division collects, compiles and disseminates official demographic and social statistics on a wide range of topics. Data have been collected since 1948 through a set of questionnaires dispatched annually to over 230 national statistical offices and have been published in the Demographic Yearbook collection. The Demographic Yearbook disseminates statistics on population size and composition, births, deaths, marriage and divorce, as well as respective rates, on an annual basis. The Demographic Yearbook census datasets cover a wide range of additional topics including economic activity, educational attainment, household characteristics, housing characteristics, ethnicity, language, foreign-born and foreign population. The available Population and Housing Censuses' datasets reported to UNSD for the censuses conducted worldwide since 1995, are now available in UNdata.
Last update in UNdata: 22 Dec 2014
Next update in UNdata: Jun 2015 est.