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Classification and coding process

The criterion used to classify a private dwelling is whether or not it contains access to telephone, fax and/or Internet services in working order.

Classification

Access to telecommunication systems is a flat classification with four categories – excluding residual categories.

The residual categories are defined in Glossary and references.

Download the full classification from  'Available files' is available  from  on the main page.

Coding process

Up to three answers should be coded.

Where telephone and/or fax and/or Internet access has been answered positively the 'no access’ answer may not also be coded. In this case the ‘no access’ category should not be captured.

Where tick boxes are used coding will not be necessary except for responses that fall into one of the residual categories.

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