70% of Households Surveyed in Nat’l Census
Economy, Domestic Economy

70% of Households Surveyed in Nat’l Census

Census field officers have collected data from nearly 17.5 million or 70% of all Iranian households since the beginning of the door-to-door phase of the eighth National Population and Housing Census on October 19, up until Saturday morning, November 12, according to the head of Statistical Center of Iran. “So far, close to 59.5 million people have been registered,” Omid Ali Parsa was quoted as saying. by IRNA  The door-to-door phase, which is the second phase of the National Census after the online registration, will run until November 18. The online registration in which 11.1 million households, that is almost 37.2 million people accounting for 46.4% of the population, participated, began on September 24 and ended October 21.


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