The 1967 Census

The 1967 Census of the West Bank and Gaza Strip:
A Digitized Version

Joel Perlmann, Project Director

In the summer of 1967, just after the Six-Day War brought the West Bank and Gaza Strip under Israeli control, the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics (ICBS) supervised a census in these territories. The census included an impressive array of questions about individuals, households, and the quality of residences—about age, sex, religion, place of residence, educational attainment, occupation, industrial sector, income, household structure, health, female fertility, and housing conditions. Moreover, it asked two crucial questions about refugee status: Had the individual lived prior to the 1948 War in the area that became the State of Israel? And, Was the individual living in or outside of a refugee camp at the time the census was taken?

The ICBS prepared seven volumes of reports based on this enumeration—the first modern census reports on the Palestinian population. Yet these volumes have not been used extensively in the writing on the evolution of the occupied territories. One reason is that they are not widely available, and even when at hand they are subject to all the limitations of older volumes published as quickly as possible in order to be of use at the time.

For this reason, the Levy Economics Institute is offering, for the first time and free of charge, the content of these volumes in machine-readable form, in the hope that the data can be exploited by researchers interested in a fuller understanding of the social history of the Palestinian people in the occupied territories. Bard student volunteers contributed appreciably to this project.

The 1967 census provides a snapshot of a population at a particular moment in time—a critical historical moment, as things turned out—and 30 years prior to the next census benchmark in 1997. Moreover, the 1967 evidence can now be efficiently compared to results of these later census materials (which are also available online), greatly enhancing the historical value of both. In addition to the tabular data (in Excel and PDF formats), the database includes the 1967 census questionnaire, in English, Hebrew, and Arabic; and the introduction to each volume. The introductions provide not only the ICBS analysis of major findings but also a description of how the enumeration and data processing were carried out and a discussion of possible errors, from sampling and other sources.

For a complete project description, as well as a brief survey of other census databases available for the study of the Palestinian territories' population, see Dataset Documentation.

The suggested citation for material taken from this site is available here.

Table of Contents

Volume 1. Data from the Full Enumeration

Introduction to Volume 1 

I. Tables in the Introduction to Volume 1

  1. Population, area, and population density in the West Bank by district    
  2. Population of West Bank and Gaza Strip, by type of settlement    
  3. West Bank population by district and principal type of settlement (percentages)    
  4. Population of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, by religion    
  5. Population of the administered territories, by age (percentages)    
  6. Males per 1,000 females in the administered territories and in Israel    
  7. Urban population of West Bank and Gaza Strip, by refugee camp residence and origin (percentages)    
  8. Comparison between the census data and UNRWA reports    
  9. West Bank population according to 1967 census and Jordanian 1961 census    
  10. Gaza Strip population according to 1967 census and Egyptian estimate for 1966    

II. Tables in the Text of Volume 1

  1. Main data on the demographic characteristics of the population in the administrated territories, by geographic breakdown    

    West Bank: Tables 2–5
  2. Households and persons, by residence, sex, age, and origin from Israel territory and by locality    
  3. The Christians, by sex and locality (only localities with at least 20 Christians)    
  4. Population by religion, sex, age, and type of settlement    
  5. Households and persons, by type of settlement, religion, origin from Israel territory, sex, and age    

    Gaza Strip and North Sinai: Tables 6–9
  6. Households and persons, by residence, sex, age, and origin from Israel territory and by locality    
  7. The Christians, by sex and locality (only localities with at least 20 Christians)    
  8. Population, by religion, sex, age, and type of settlement    
  9. Households and persons, by type of settlement, religion, origin from Israel territory, sex, and age    

Volume 2. Housing Conditions, Household Equipment, Welfare Assistance and Farming in the Administrated Areas

Introduction to Volume 2 

I. Tables in the Introduction to Volume 2

  1. Households with facilities, by type of settlement    
  2. Households with facilities, by type of population and type of settlement    
  3. Households with selected items of household equipment, by type of settlement    
  4. Households with household equipment, by type of population and type of settlement (percentages)    
  5. Households receiving assistance, by type of assistance and type of population (percentages)    
  6. Farms in according to the 1967 population census and estimates of output and cultivated area, by the Israel Ministry of Agriculture for 1966    
  7. Households with facilities, by type of settlement    
  8. Households with facilities, by type of population and type of settlement    
  9. Households with selected items of household equipment, by type of settlement and type of population    
  10. Farm data in the Gaza Strip according to the Population Census–1967 and the Water Commission's aerial photography survey of July 1967    
  11. Households in refugee camps having facilities, by area (percentages)    
  12. Households with facilities, by type of settlement in Judea and Samaria, the Gaza Strip and north Sinai, and in the non-Jewish sector of Israel (percentages)    
  13. Households having selected items of household equipment, by type of settlement in Judaea and Samaria, the Gaza Strip and north Sinai, and in the non-Jewish sector of Israel (percentages)    

II. Tables in the Text of Volume 2

  1. Households, by area, type of population, type of structure, average number of rooms per household, average number of persons, and average housing density    

    West Bank: Tables 2–12
  2. Households with facilities and household equipment, by type of settlement, type of population, and assistance density    
  3. Households, persons, and average size of household, by type of population, facilities, household equipment, assistance, and farms    
  4. Households and persons, by type of population, facilities, household equipment, assistance, and farms (percentages)    
  5. Households, by district, presence of facilities, and household equipment (percentages)    
  6. Households with facilities and household equipment, by type of population and subdistrict    
  7. Households receiving assistance, by type of assistance, subdistrict, and type of population    
  8. Receivers of assistance, by type of assistance, subdistrict, and type of population    
  9. Households and persons, by presence of farm, subdistrict, and type of settlement    
  10. Households with farms, by selected branches    
  11. Households with farms, by combination of branches    
  12. Households and persons, by presence of farm, type of population, and type of settlement    

    Gaza Strip and North Sinai: Tables 13–24
  13. Households with facilities and households equipment, by type of settlement, and type of population    
  14. Households, persons, and average size of household, by facilities, household equipment, assistance, type of population, and farm (absolute numbers)    
  15. Households and persons, by facilities, household equipment assistance, and type of population (percentages) age—Gaza Strip and North Sinai    
  16. Households, by facilities, household equipment, and subdistrict    
  17. Households in refugee camps with facilities and household equipment by subdistrict    
  18. Households with facilities and household equipment, by subdistrict and type of population    
  19. Households and persons receiving assistance, by type of assistance and type of population age—Gaza Strip and North Sinai    
  20. Households and persons receiving assistance, by type of assistance and subdistrict age—Gaza Strip and North Sinai    
  21. Households and persons, by presence of farm and type of settlement    
  22. Households with farms, by selected branches    
  23. Households with farms, by combination of branches    
  24. Households and persons, by presence of farms, type of population, and type of settlement    

Volume 3. Demographic Characteristics of the Population in the Administrated Areas: Data from Sample Enumeration

Introduction to Volume 3

I. Tables in the Introduction to Volume 3

  1. Breakdown of households and persons by type of population    
  2. Percentage attended schools, by area, number of years of study, and sex    
II. Tables in the Text of Volume 3

         West Bank: Tables 1–28

  1. Population, by type, religion, and geographical distribution    
  2. Households and persons, by religion of head of household and geographical distribution    
  3. Households and persons, by type of population and number of persons in household    
  4. Households and persons, by type of population, religion, and age of head of household    
  5. Households and persons, by type of population, sex, and age of head of household    
  6. Population (aged 15+), by type and age (absolute numbers, percentages, and number of males per 1,000 females)    
  7. Population (aged 15+), by type, religion, sex, age, and marital status    
  8. Population (aged 15+), by religion, sex, age, and marital status    
  9. Population (aged 15–29), by type, religion, sex, age, and marital status    
  10. Women (aged 50+), by type of population, age, and marital status    
  11. Population (aged 15+), by sex, marital status, and geographical distribution    
  12. Population (aged 15+), by sex, marital status, and geographical distribution    
  13. Population (aged 15+), by sex and number of years of study (percentages)    
  14. Population (aged 15+), by type, religion, sex, and number of years of study    
  15. Population (aged 15+), by type, religion, age, and number of years of study    
  16. Population (aged 15+), by sex, number of years of study, and geographical distribution    
  17. Population (aged 15+), by type and place of personal residence before the 1948 War    
  18. Population (aged 15+), by place of personal residence before the 1948 War and geographical distribution    
  19. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel and geographical distribution    
  20. Households, by type of population and number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel    
  21. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by type of population and years of study abroad    
  22. Sons and daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by type of population and country of stay    
  23. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by type of population, marital status, age, and average number of children born to a woman    
  24. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of population, age, and number of children born to a woman    
  25. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of population, type of settlement age, and average number of children born to a woman    
  26. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of population, number of years of study, age, and average number of children born to a woman    
  27. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by type of population, age, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, percentages and averages)    
  28. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by number of children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children    

    Gaza Strip and North Sinai: Tables 29–55
  29. Population, by type, religion, and geographical distribution    
  30. Households and persons, by type of population and number of persons per household    
  31. Households and persons, by type of population, religion, and age of household head    
  32. Households and persons by type of population, sex, and age of head of household    
  33. Population (aged 15+), by type and age (number of males per 1,000 females, percentages, absolute numbers)    
  34. Population (aged 15+), by type, religion, sex, age, and marital status    
  35. Population (aged 15+), by religion, sex, age, and marital status    
  36. Population (aged 15–29), by type, religion, sex, and marital status    
  37. Females (aged 50+), by type of population, age, and marital status    
  38. Population (aged 15+), by sex, marital status, and geographical distribution    
  39. Population (aged 15+), by type, sex, and relationship to the head of household    
  40. Population (aged 15+), by sex and number of years of study (percentages)    
  41. Population (aged 15+), by type, religion, sex, and number of years of study    
  42. Population (aged 15+) by type, religion, age, and number of years of study    
  43. Population (aged 15+), by sex, number of years of study, and geographical distribution    
  44. Population (aged 15+), by type and personal place of residence before the 1948 war    
  45. Population (aged 15+), by place of residence before the 1948 war and geographical distribution    
  46. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel and geographical distribution    
  47. Households, by type of population and number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel    
  48. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by type of population and years of stay abroad    
  49. Sons/daughters staying outside the territories administrated by Israel, by type of population and country of stay    
  50. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by type of population, marital status, age, and average number of children born to a woman    
  51. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of population, age, and number of children born to a woman    
  52. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of population, type of settlement, age, and average number of children born to a woman    
  53. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of population, number of years of study, age, and average number of children born to a woman    
  54. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by type of population, age, and children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children (absolute numbers, percentages and averages)    
  55. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by number of children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children    

Volume 4. Labor Force

Introduction to Volume 4

I. Tables in the Introduction to Volume 4

  1. Men aged 15+ who worked before the war, by age    
  2. Men aged 15+ who worked before the war, by years of study    
  3. Percentage of men who worked after the war from among those who worked before the war, by years of study    
  4. Men who worked before and after the war, by occupation    
  5. Distribution of men, by occupation before the war, according to the 1967 population census and the 1961 Jordanian census    
  6. Average number of days per worker per week, by economic branch (men and women)    
  7. Average wage of male employees, by economic branch before the war    
  8. Men (aged 15+) who worked before the war, by age    
  9. Men (aged 15+) who worked before the war by number of years of study    
  10. Percentage of men who worked before and after war, by number of years of study    
  11. Men, who worked before and after the war, by occupation    
  12. Average wage of employed persons, by economic branch before the war    
  13. Employed men, by economic branch—in Israel, Judea and Samaria, the Gaza Strip, and north Sinai    

II. Tables in the Text of Volume 4

  1. Men (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics before and after the war and type of population    

    West Bank: Tables 2–9
  2. Men (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics and occupation before the war and by labor force characteristics (detailed) after the war    
  3. Men (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics and economic branch before the war and by labor force characteristics (detailed) after the war    
  4. Men (aged 15+) who worked before and after the war, by economic branch and type of population    
  5. Men (aged 15+) who worked before and after the war, by occupation and type of population    
  6. Average number of man-days worked per worker in the week preceding the census, by economic branch after the war and type of population    
  7. Average number of man-days worked in the week preceding the census, by occupation after the war and type of population    
  8. Monthly average wage per employee, before the war (dinars), by economic branch before the war, sex, and type of population    
  9. Monthly average wage per employee before the war (dinars), by occupation before the war, type of population, and sex    

    Gaza Strip and North Sinai: Tables 10–17
  10. Men (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics and occupation before the war and by labor force characteristics (detailed) after the war    
  11. Men (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics and economic branch before the war and by labor force characteristics (detailed) after the war    
  12. Men (aged 15+) who worked before and after the war, by economic branch and type of population    
  13. Men (aged 15+) who worked before and after the war, by occupation and type of population    
  14. Average number of man-days worked per worker in the week preceding the census, by economic branch after the war and type of population    
  15. Average number of man-days worked per worker in the week preceding the census, by occupation after the war and type of population    
  16. Monthly average wage per employee, by economic branch before the war, sex, and type of population    
  17. Monthly average wage per employee, by occupation before the war, type of population, and sex    

Volume 5. The Administrated Areas: Additional Data from the Sample Enumeration

Introduction to Volume 5

I. Tables in the Text of Volume 5

         West Bank: Tables 1–36
  1. Households and persons in and outside refugee camps, by type of population (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  2. Persons (aged 21+), by settlement of residence before 1948 war and in 1967    
  3. Persons (aged 21+) who lived inside Israel territory before the 1948 war, by previous settlement of residence    
  4. Persons (aged 21+) who lived in another settlement in Judea and Samaria before the 1948 war    
  5. Population (aged 15–29), by number of years of study, sex and marital status    
  6. Married couples, by type of population, age of husband and age difference between husband and wife (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  7. Married couples living outside refugee camps, by type of settlement, age of husband and age difference between husband and wife (absolute numbers, percentages, and averages)    
  8. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of settlement, religion, children born during the five years preceding the census and the deaths of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  9. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of settlement, number of years of study of the wife, children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  10. Women (aged 15–60) married to head of household, by type of settlement, years of study of husband, children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages and percentages)    
  11. Women (aged 15–60) married to heads of households by type of settlement, occupation of husband, children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  12. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by type of population, religion, years of study of woman, children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  13. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by geographical distribution, children born during the five years preceding the census and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  14. Households and persons, by type of population and type of household (absolute numbers, and percentages)    
  15. Households, by type of household, type of settlement, sex, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  16. Households, by type of population, number of all the persons in the household, and number of persons in various age group    
  17. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  18. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside areas administered by Israel, type of population, type of settlement, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  19. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by type of population, religion, and head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  20. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, sex, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  21. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, years of study, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  22. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, labor force characteristics of head of household before the war, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  23. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by country of stay, type of population, and labor force characteristics of head of household before the war and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  24. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by country of stay, type of population, and religion of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  25. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by country of stay, type of population, and years of study of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  26. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by geographical distribution of head of household and country of stay of sons/daughters (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  27. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by length of stay abroad, type of population, and religion of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  28. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by length of stay abroad, type of population, and religion of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  29. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by length of stay abroad, type of population, and years of study of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  30. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by length of stay abroad and geographical distribution of residence of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  31. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administered by Israel, by country of stay and length of stay abroad (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  32. Households, by type of population, number of earners, and number of persons in a household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  33. Households, by type of population, receiving assistance from relatives abroad, and sex of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  34. Households, by type of population, type of settlement, and number of rooms (absolute numbers, percentages, and averages)    
  35. Average number of rooms per household, by type of population and geographic distribution    
  36. Households, by type of population, housing conditions, and housing density (absolute numbers, percentages, and housing density median)    

    Gaza Strip and North Sinai: Tables 37–67
  37. Households and persons inside and outside refugee camps, by type of population (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  38. Persons (aged 21+), by settlement of residence before the 1948 war and settlement of residence in 1967 (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  39. Persons (aged 21+), who lived in Israel territory before the 1948 war, by previous settlement of residence    
  40. Population (aged 15–29), by years of study, sex, age, and marital status    
  41. Married couples, by type of population, age of husband and age difference between husband and wife (absolute numbers, percentages and averages)    
  42. Married couples (living outside refugee camps), by type of settlement, age of husband, and age difference between husband and wife (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  43. Married women (aged 15–60), by type of settlement, years of study of woman, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, percentages, and averages)    
  44. Women (aged 15–60) married to head of household, by type of settlement, years of study of husband, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, percentages, and averages)    
  45. Women (aged 15–60) married to heads of households, by type of settlement, occupation of husband, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  46. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by type of population, years of study of woman, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  47. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by geographical distribution, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  48. Households and persons, by type of population and type of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  49. Households, by type of household, type of settlement, sex, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  50. Households, by type of population, number of all persons in the household, and persons in various age groups    
  51. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, type of population, and head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  52. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, type of population, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  53. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, years of study, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  54. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, type of population, years of study, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  55. Households, by number of sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, type of population, labor force characteristics of head of household before the war, and age of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  56. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by country of stay, type of population, and type of settlement of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  57. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by country of stay, type of population, and years of study of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  58. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by geographical distribution of head of household and country of stay of sons/daughters (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  59. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by length of stay abroad, type of population, and type of settlement of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  60. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by length of stay abroad, type of population, and years of study of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  61. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by length of stay abroad of sons/daughters and geographical distribution of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  62. Sons/daughters staying outside the areas administrated by Israel, by country of stay and length of stay abroad (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  63. Households, by type of population, number of earners, and number of persons per household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  64. Households, by type of population, receiving of assistance from relatives, and sex of head of household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  65. Households, by type of settlement, type of population, and number of rooms (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  66. Average number of rooms per household, by type of population and geographical distribution    
  67. Households, by type of population, housing conditions, and housing density (absolute numbers, percentages, and housing density median)    

Volume 6. East Jerusalem

Introduction to Volume 6

I. Tables in the Introduction to Volume 6

  1. Comparison between 1967 (Israeli) and 1961 (Jordanian) census    
  2. Age distribution (percentages)    
  3. Number of males per 1,000 females, by age    
  4. Men working before and after the 1967 war by economic branch    
  5. Households with various facilities in Jerusalem (east and west), urban settlements in Judea and Samaria and non-Jewish urban settlements in Israel    
  6. Percentage of households with household equipment, by type of population    

II. Tables in the Text of Volume 6

  1. Population by main demographic characteristics, quarter, subquarter, statistical area (percentages and averages)    
  2. Households, by quarter, subquarter, and statistical area, persons, by residence, age, sex, quarter, subquarter, and statistical area    
  3. Population, by religion, sex, quarter, subquarter, and statistical area    
  4. Population by religion and age (absolute numbers, percentage, and number of males per 1,000 females)    
  5. Population by religion , sex, age, quarter, and subquarter    
  6. Population by type, region, and subquarter    
  7. Population by type and age (absolute numbers, percentages, and number of males per 1,000 females)    
  8. Population (age 15+), by type, religion, sex, age, and marital status    
  9. Population (aged 15+), by religion, sex, age, and marital status (percentages)    
  10. Population (aged 15–29), by type, sex, age, and marital status    
  11. Population (aged 15+), by sex, marital status, and subquarter    
  12. Population (aged 15+) by type, sex, and relationship to head of household    
  13. Population (aged 15+) by sex and number of years of study    
  14. Population (aged 15+), by type, religion, sex, and number of years of study    
  15. Population (aged 15+), by type, religion, sex, age, and number of years of study (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  16. Population (aged 15+) by sex, number of years of study, and subquarter (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  17. Population (aged 15+) by type, place of birth, and personal place of residence before the 1948 war (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  18. Population (aged 15+) by place of personal residence before the 1948 war and subquarter (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  19. Households, by type of population and number of sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  20. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by type of population and number of years of stay abroad    
  21. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by type of population and country of stay abroad    
  22. Households by number of sons and daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel and by subquarter (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  23. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60) by the type of population, marital status, age, and average number of children born to a woman    
  24. Married women (aged 15–60) by type of population, age, and total number of children born to a woman    
  25. Married women age 15–60, by type of population, number of years of study, age, and average total number of children born to a woman    
  26. Nonsingle women age 15–60, by type of population, age, and children born during the five years preceding the census and death of such children (absolute numbers, percentages, and averages)    
  27. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by number of children born in the five years preceding the census and the death of such children    
  28. Males (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics before and after the war, by type of population    
  29. Males (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics before and after the war, and type of population    
  30. Males (aged 15+) who worked before the war or afterward, by occupation and type of population    
  31. Males (aged 15+) who worked before the war or afterward, by economic branch and type of population    
  32. Males (aged 15+), by labor force characteristics and occupation before the war and by labor force characteristics after the war    
  33. Males (aged 15+) by labor force characteristics and occupation before the war and by labor force characteristics after the war    
  34. Average number of man-days worked per worker in the week preceding the enumeration, by economic branch after the war and type of population    
  35. Average number of man-days worked per worker in the week preceding the enumeration, by occupation after the war and type of population    
  36. Average wage per month (in Jordanian dinars) by occupation before the war, sex, and type of population    
  37. Average wage per month before the war per employee (in Jordanian dinars), by economic branch, sex, and type of population    
  38. Households and persons, by type of population and number of persons per household    
  39. Households and persons, by type of population, religion, and age of head of household    
  40. Households and persons, by type of population, sex, and age of head of household    
  41. Households and persons, by religion of head of household and subquarter    
  42. Percentage of households living in hard buildings, average number of persons and rooms per household, average housing density, and distribution of number of rooms (percentages) by type of population    
  43. Households, by type of population, average number of persons per household, facilities, household equipment, and assistance (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  44. Population, by type of population, facilities, household equipment, and assistance (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  45. Households by subquarter, facilities, and household equipment    
  46. Nonrefugee households owning facilities and household equipment, by subquarter    
  47. Refugee households owning facilities and household equipment, by subquarter    
  48. Percentage of households receiving assistance, by subquarter and type of population    
  49. Percentage of persons receiving assistance by subquarter and type of population    

Volume 7. East Jerusalem (cont.)

Introduction to Volume 7

I. Tables in the Text of Volume 7

  1. Population (aged 15–29), by number of years of study, sex, age, and marital status    
  2. Couples (a), by type of population, age of husband, and age difference between husband and wife (absolute numbers, percentages and averages)    
  3. Married women (aged 15–60), by number of years of study of the woman, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children    
  4. Women (aged 15–60) married to households heads (a), by number of years of study of husband, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, percentages and averages)    
  5. Women married to households head (a), by occupation of husband, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages, and percentages)    
  6. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by type of population, religion, number of years of study, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, average and percentages)    
  7. Nonsingle women (aged 15–60), by quarter, subquarter, children born during the five years preceding the census, and the death of such children (absolute numbers, averages and percentages)    
  8. Households and persons, by type of population and type of household (absolute numbers and averages)    
  9. Households, by type of household, sex, and age of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  10. Households, by type of population, number of persons in household, and number of persons in different age groups    
  11. Households, by number of sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, and age of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  12. Households, by number of sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, religion, and age of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  13. Households, by number of sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, sex, and age of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  14. Households, by number of sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, type of population, number of years of study, and age of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  15. Households, by number of sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by type of population, labour force characteristics and household head before the war, and age of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  16. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by country of stay, type of population, and religion of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  17. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by country of stay, type of population, and number of years of study of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  18. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by quarter and subquarter of household head and country of stay of sons/daughters (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  19. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by length of stay abroad, type of population, and religion of household head    
  20. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by length of stay abroad, type of population, and number of years of study of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  21. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, by length of stay abroad of sons/daughters and quarter and subquarter of household head    
  22. Sons/daughters living outside the areas administered by Israel, country of stay, and length of stay abroad (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  23. Households, by type of population, number of earners, and number of persons in household (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  24. Households, by type of population, assistance from relatives, and sex of household head (absolute numbers and percentages)    
  25. Households, by type of population, quarter and subquarter, and number of rooms (absolute numbers, percentages and averages)    
  26. Households, by type of population, housing condition, and housing density (absolute numbers, percentages and median housing density)