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Share of social renters in England in 2016/2017, by household type

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Social renters in England 2016/2017, by household type This statistic illustrates a breakdown of people who occupied social rented homes in England in 2016/2017, by household type. It can be seen that the largest share of respondents in the category of social renters were females living alone, with a share of 20.9 percent of social renters. With a share of 6.9 percent, more than twice as many social renters were lone parents with independent child(ren) when compared to lone parents with dependent and independent child(ren) (2.8 percent) at that time. Finally, two or more families in one household made up the smallest share of social renters at that time, a share of 1.7 percent.
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This statistic illustrates a breakdown of people who occupied social rented homes in England in 2016/2017, by household type. It can be seen that the largest share of respondents in the category of social renters were females living alone, with a share of 20.9 percent of social renters. With a share of 6.9 percent, more than twice as many social renters were lone parents with independent child(ren) when compared to lone parents with dependent and independent child(ren) (2.8 percent) at that time. Finally, two or more families in one household made up the smallest share of social renters at that time, a share of 1.7 percent.
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Release date
January 2018
Region
United Kingdom, England
Survey time period
2016 to 2017
Age group
16 years and older

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