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Jordan has 8,311 households and an average household size of 4 persons per household.
This is indicated in Table 3, where it has remained unexplained that why the average number of persons per household in Sindh declined substantially from 7 in 1981 to 5.
The reduction in the average number of persons per household, which mostly occurs with increasing income, is more related to the change in the type of housing.
77 million households, at an average size of 7 persons per household.
With an average of 5 persons per household, a total of 480 people could have being displaced.
If population size in a geographic area is 21,000 and there are 7,500 households, the number of persons per household, or household size, is 2.
And back in 1960, when it was suitable to have a station wagon to bring along the brood, the number of persons per household was 3.
If the average number of persons per household continues to decrease, this will inevitably result in higher disposable incomes and spending power.
Average rates of water use per household varied significantly among pressure zones as characteristics such as housing density, median household income, and persons per household varied throughout the designated sectors.
Between 1992 and 1999, the average size of new private sector houses in Australia increased from 187 to 215 square metres or 15 per cent, even though the average number of persons per household remained constant at 2.
As early as the turn of the century the average number of persons per household in Hungary was not markedly different from Western European figures: in 1890 an average household included 4.
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