Protection against carbon monoxide poisoning in Northern Ireland 2013, by gender

Share of ways to protect against carbon monoxide poisoning in Northern Ireland in 2013, by gender

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 21, 2014
Protection against carbon monoxide poisoning in Northern Ireland 2013, by gender This statistic displays the ways to protect against carbon monoxide poisoning, by gender in Northern Ireland in the period from April 2012 to March 2013. In this year, ten percent of men and ten percent of women said that they protect themselves from carbon monoxide poisoning by regularly testing their carbon monoxide alarm.
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Share of ways to protect against carbon monoxide poisoning in Northern Ireland in 2013, by gender

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