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Canada has the second-lowest proportion of one-person households among G7 countries

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The title of the map is "Canada has the second-lowest proportion of one-person households among G7 countries"

This is a world map showing the proportion of all households that are one-person households among G7 countries and other countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Austria, South Korea and Australia) in 2021 or the most recent year available.

Each G7 country is highlighted on the world map. Their names and flags are displayed as well as their proportions of one-person households: 29.3% for Canada, 28.5% for the United States, 29.5% for the United Kingdom, 36.9% for France, 33.2% for Italy, 40.8% for Germany and 34.6% for Japan.

The names and flags of other selected countries are also displayed along with their respective proportions of one-person households: 45.3% for Finland, 40.7% for Sweden, 40.0% for Norway, 39.1% for Denmark, 38.0% for Austria, 30.2% for South Korea and 25.0% for Australia.

Note(s): Proportion of all households that are one-person households, selected countries, most recent year available.

Source(s): Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2021 (3901); United States Census Bureau, 2021; United Kingdom, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, UNECE Statistical Database, 2019; France, Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques, 2018; Italy, Istituto Nazionale di Statistica (Istat), 2021; Germany, Statistisches Bundesamt, 2020; Statistics Bureau of Japan, Statistical Handbook of Japan, 2015; Statistics Finland, 2020; Statistics Sweden, 2021; Statistics Norway, 2021; Statistics Denmark, StatBank, 2021; Statistics Austria, 2021; South Korea, Statistics Korea, 2019; Australia Bureau of Statistics, 2016.

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