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The bar graph displays the proportion of owned and leased houses in the UK and Wales from 1918 to 2011. Overall, the proportion of households owning their accommodation increased while the percentage of rented houses decreased. According to the data, the majority of households (78%) in England and Wales lived in rented houses in 1918. The percentage of rented accommodation fell over the next few decades and by 1971 there was an equal proportion of owned and rented accommodation. After 1971, the percentage of families owning their homes increased gradually until 2001. There was a 10% increase in the proportion of families owning their homes from 1971 to 1981. It continued to rise over the following years and by 2001, about 70% of the households were living in their own homes. Over the next 10 years, however, the percentage of owned homes decreased slightly and the percentage of rented homes increased.
The bar graph provides information about how many households owning and renting accommodation in England and Wales from 1918 and 2011. Overall, households who owned settlement increased over the period, while the one renting settlement continued to decrea
This chart gives information on the percentage of households in owned and rented accommodations in two different countries in England as well as Wales between 1918 and 2011.
The pie charts compare the percentage of Australian household energy use and Australian household greenhouse gas emissions by water heating, heating, cooling, lighting, refrigeration, and other appliances.
This bar graph illustrates the percentages of rented and owned households in England and Wales that were evaluated from 1918 to 2011. The time series does not include all years in that period, instead shows only nine of them, which each gap being approxim
The bar diagram provides data about the differences between the shares of households that owned and rented housing in England and Wales during a period of time from 1918 to 2011.
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