Chart 4 Household size of the rural farm population and the total rural population in Canada, 2011

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The title of the graph is "Chart 4 Household size of the rural farm population and the total rural population in Canada, 2011."
This is a column clustered chart.
There are in total 6 categories in the horizontal axis. The vertical axis starts at 0 and ends at 50 with ticks every 5 points.
There are 2 series in this graph.
The vertical axis is "percent."
The horizontal axis is "Household size."
The title of series 1 is "Rural farm population."
The minimum value is 5.8 and it corresponds to "6-or-more-person households."
The maximum value is 43.5 and it corresponds to "2-person households."
The title of series 2 is "Total rural population."
The minimum value is 3.2 and it corresponds to "6-or-more-person households."
The maximum value is 40.2 and it corresponds to "2-person households."

Chart 4 Household size of the rural farm population and the total rural population in Canada, 2011
  Rural farm population Total rural population
1-person households 11.1 21.2
2-person households 43.5 40.2
3-person households 14.7 15.2
4-person households 15.7 14.4
5-person households 9.2 5.8
6-or-more-person households 5.8 3.2
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, Agriculture–NHS Linkage Database, 2011, the NHS, 2011 and the Census of Population, 2011.