Number of Persons Usually Resident in Dwelling (NPRD)

New for 2011, this variable combines Relationship in Household (RLHP) and Count of Persons Temporarily Absent from Household (CPAD) to determine the number of persons usually resident in an occupied private dwelling. Data for these variables is collected from the relationship questions (questions 5 and 53) on the Census Household Form.

For further information see the data quality statements for Relationship in Household (RLHP) and Count of Persons Temporarily Absent from Household (CPAD).

More information on Number of Persons Usually Resident in Dwelling (NPRD) is available in the 2011 Census Dictionary (cat. no. 2901.0).

Questions 5 and 53 as they appeared on the 2011 Census Household Form

Data for this variable is mainly derived from questions 5 and 53 on the Census Household Form.

Image of question 5 from the 2011 Census
A text only version of this question is also available

Image of question 53 from the 2011 Census
A text only version of this question is also available

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