Living in Britain: Preliminary Results from the 1996 General Household Survey: A Survey Carried Out
Office for National Statistics, 1997 - House & Home - 38 pages
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14 units 1996 All persons 1996 Households 1996 Persons aged 21 units adults Badminton Bangladeshis Bases for earlier burglary rate cars or vans central heating chronic sickness cigarette smoking cohabiting couple cue sports Current cigarette smokers days before interview dependent children divorced Economically Unemployed ethnic group families headed families with dependent Figure 17 flats or maisonettes found in GHS GCSE grades A-C GHS reports Highest qualification level household types households burgled increase legal marital status legally married leisure activities limiting longstanding illness Lone parent Married couple married or cohabiting Married/cohabiting couple Microwave oven Non-married number of children participation rates Percentage of households Persons aged 16 persons Great Britain Prevalence of cigarette proportion of households proportion working full-time Rented privately reporting longstanding illness satellite television separated women stepfamilies sumer survey Table Table tennis units per week weeks before interview widowed women aged Women Total Youngest child aged