Population by output areas, marital status and sex 31 Dec. 2011
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Information

Unit
Persons
Latest update
3/18/2015
Creation date
3/18/2015
Source
Statistics Iceland
Matrix
CEN05040
Database
Manntal2011.Skra
Footnotes

Footnotes

Statistical output areas
Division of the population into 42 output areas covering the entire country, with approx. 7,500 persons per area. The population count varies between 4,000 and 14,000 inhabitants.
Legal marital status
Marital status is the (legal) conjugal status of an individual in relation to the marriage laws of Iceland (de jure status). A person is classified according to his/her most recently acquired legal marital status at the reference date.
Married partners that are 'legally separated' are classified under 'married'.
Registered partnerships for same sex couples were provided for until 19 July 2010 when this was assimilated under the single concept of marriage of two persons. Even if the label of the relationship was not automatically changed from registered partnership to marriage, the legal distinction no longer applies. Persons who may not have formally changed there status from ' in registered partnership' to 'married' are thus counted as 'married'.