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Chapter 3 - Households, families and people (General Lifestyle Survey Overview - a report on the 2011 General Lifestyle Survey) (Excel sheet 395Kb)
Data on Households, families and people taken from the 2011 General Lifestyle Survey on how the composition of households and families has changed over the last 40 years.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
07 Mar 13 Reference table
Chapter 5 - Marriage and cohabitation (General Lifestyle Survey Overview - a report on the 2011 General Lifestyle Survey) (Excel sheet 238Kb)
Data from the 2011 General Lifestyle Survey on marital history and periods of cohabitation from adults aged 16 to 59.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
07 Mar 13 Reference table
General Lifestyle Survey - Marriage and cohabitation tables 2010 (Excel sheet 314Kb)
Excel tables for General Lifestyle Survey - Marriage and cohabitation, 2010
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
08 Mar 12 Reference table
General Lifestyle Survey - Household tables, 2009 (Excel sheet 401Kb)
Excel tables on General Lifestyle Survey - Household tables, 2009, including household size, composition and income
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
27 Jan 11 Reference table
General Lifestyle Survey - Marriage and cohabitation tables 2009 (Excel sheet 303Kb)
Excel tables for General Lifestyle Survey - Marriage and cohabitation tables, 2009
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
27 Jan 11 Reference table
Mid-2008 cohabitation population estimates (Excel sheet 24Kb)
The cohabitation estimates compliment the published legal marital status population estimates. They show the numbers in each marital status category who are estimated to be in an, opposite-sex, co-residential cohabiting partnership. The cohabitation estimates are produced by age and sex for adults aged 16 and over. They are produced on an ad hoc basis at the same time as marital status population projections. The statistics show that there were 4.7 million people in England and Wales who were cohabiting with an opposite-sex partner in 2008. For further information, please contact families@ons.gsi.gov.uk.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
02 Aug 10 Reference table
Mid-2003 cohabitation population estimates (Excel sheet 19Kb)
The cohabitation estimates compliment the published legal marital status population estimates. They show the numbers in each marital status category who are estimated to be in an, opposite-sex, co-residential cohabiting partnership. The cohabitation estimates are produced by age and sex for adults aged 16 and over. They are produced on an ad hoc basis at the same time as marital status population projections. The statistics show that there were 4.0 million people in England and Wales who were cohabiting with an opposite-sex partner in 2003. For further information, please contact families@ons.gsi.gov.uk.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
02 Aug 10 Reference table
Mid-2007 cohabitation population estimates (Excel sheet 18Kb)
The number of people aged 16 and over in each marital status category who are in an, opposite-sex, co-residential cohabiting partnership, by age and sex.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country
02 Aug 10 Reference table
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