Multi-residence in France and Australia: Why count them? What is at stake? Double counting and actual family situations
With the increasing diversity of family situations, growing numbers of people, including children, have more than one home. In France, nearly 4% of inhabitants are likely to be counted twice in surveys; while in Australia, the proportion is less than 2%.
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