Title
Overcrowded Households, Australia 2016
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Abstract

Percentage of overcrowded houses at the Statistical Area level 2 (SA2) level representing the measure of housing utilization based on a comparison of the number of bedrooms in a dwelling with a series of household demographics, such as the number of usual residents, their relationship to each other, age and sex; calculated for the total number of occupied private dwellings for which the housing suitability could be determined. The criteria are based on the Canadian National Occupancy Stand...

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Vector Data
Keywords
uadi , housing , overcrowded households , percentage of overcrowded households
Category
Society
characteristics of society and cultures. Examples: settlements, anthropology, archaeology, education, traditional beliefs, manners and customs, demographic data, recreational areas and activities, social impact assessments, crime and justice, census information
Regions
Australia
Owner
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Purpose

Indicators for research into Australian cities

Language
English
Data Quality
'No of dwellings that need extra bedrooms(overcrowded)' and 'Unable to determine/Not Stated' housing suitability data is sourced from ABS Table Builder: 2016 Census of Population and Housing : 2016 Census - Counting Dwellings, Place of Enumeration(MB) : Housing Suitability (HOSD) varibale. 'Occupied Private Dwellings' data is sourced from ABS Table Builder: 2016 Census of Population and Housing : 2016 Census - Dwelling Characteristic : Dwelling Type (DWTD) variable. (URL: http://www.abs.gov.au/websitedbs/censushome.nsf/home/tablebuilder)
Supplemental Information

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Spatial Representation Type
vector data is used to represent geographic data
Attribute Name Label Description
SA3_CODE16
SA2_MAIN16
SA2_5DIG16
SA2_NAME16
SA3_NAME16
SA4_CODE16
SA4_NAME16
GCC_CODE16
GCC_NAME16
STE_CODE16
STE_NAME16
AREASQKM16
Crowded Total number of overcrowded households
PDs_Occu Total number of occupied private dwellings for which the housing suitability variable could be determined
S_I_18 'Shelter' type indicator representing percentage of overcrowded households

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    VandanaMann

    City Futures Research Centre