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06092: Couples in private households, by cohabiting arrangements and number of children in the family 2005 - 2021

Espen Andersen, Statistics Norway
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Kåre Vassenden, Statistics Norway
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2021-06-22 08:00
Couples:
couples
Couples:
1. january
Statistics Norway
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Registered partners are included in married couples. In this table children (unmarried resident) 18 years and older are not included in the grouping of couples. Couples with children aged at least 18 years, are counted as couples without children.