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## 10200: Private households and persons in private households in Longyearbyen and Ny-Ålesund, by size of household 2013H2 - 2023H2

Even Høydahl, Statistics Norway
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Vilni Verner Holst Bloch, Statistics Norway
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2023-09-14 08:00
Persons in private households (per cent):
per cent
Private households (per cent):
per cent
Persons in private households:
persons
Private households:
households
Persons in private households (per cent):
1.1. and 1.7.
Private households (per cent):
1.1. and 1.7.
Persons in private households:
1.1. and 1.7.
Private households:
1.1. and 1.7.
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The table for private households and persons in private households has been updated for the second half of 2022 (2022H2) and the first half of 2023 (2023H1).