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Number of persons by region, age, type of household, number of children and sex. Year 2011 - 2022

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The model to estimate register-based household statistics changed in 2016. The statistics for the years 2011–2015 were also revised.

type of household

Type of household gives the composition of the household and is broken down into Single (including Living alone), Cohabiting and Other household, all with or without children.

number of children

A person is defined as a child, regardless of age, when it is included in a household with at least one of their parents and the child does not have any children or a partner in the same household.