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5 Private dwelling households consisting entirely of visitors were excluded from coverage of the survey.
6 Information was collected by either face to face or by telephone interview from one responsible adult per household. This adult answered questions on behalf of the household. Information was sought from an estimated 2,537 dwellings and data was obtained from 95.7% or 2,429 dwellings.
7 For the public transport component of the survey, one 'in scope' person (aged 18 years and over) from each household was randomly selected for questioning. The ARA (any responsible adult) answered the public transport questions on behalf of that person.
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8 Estimates in this publication have been rounded and discrepancies may occur between sums of the component items and totals.
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