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05121: Children 0-17 years, by one-year age groups and relationship to siblings living at home (closed series) 2004

Espen Andersen, Statistics Norway
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Kåre Vassenden, Statistics Norway
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2004-09-09 10:00
Children:
persons
Children:
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relationship to siblings

This table underestimates the number of children living with step-siblings because of the absence of figures for cohabitant couples without common children in our register based statistics. According to the last population and housing census from 3 November 2001 there were 4 600 children living in this type of family. Figures from our register based statistics by 1 January 2002 show 4 200 children living with step-siblings in families where the adults either were married or had common children.