Kure City(Shi)'s No. of father-children households (3 children or more)(Comparison Chart,Transition Graph)

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Kure City(Shi)'s No. of father-children households (3 children or more)(Comparison Chart,Transition Graph)
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Kure City(Kure Shi)'s No. of father-children households (3 children or more) (Transition,Comparison with other Cities and Towns)

Let's get to know "Kure City(Hiroshima)'s No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" using Graphs and Charts.

What does "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" mean?[Father-child(ren) households],Private households consisting only of unmarried, bereaved or divorced fathers and their unmarried child(ren) under 20 years of age.

Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)

Kure City(Hiroshima)'s "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" is 19[households].(2015's Research)

Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)(2015)
CityNo. of father-children households (3 children or more)
Kure City19[households]

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details
The newest updated about survey by Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications for 2015.
(Confirmed on April 9, 2021, 12:00 am.)
Statistical data for 2021 will be reflected immediately upon release.

Transition Chart Of Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)(2000 - current year)

So how has the current "19[households]" No. of father-children households (3 children or more) in Kure City(Hiroshima) changed compared to the past?

The following transition graph(line chart) shows "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Kure City from 2000 to 2015.

Animation Chart showing the yearly change

*Here is a chart that shows the transition from 2000 to 2015 as a moving year-by-year graph. It is also comparable to the Total Population.

*Population data for Kure City is based on the national census and basic resident register population (total number).

Overall view of the chart (still image))

This is the overall chart of the Kure City' No. of father-children households (3 children or more) graph above.

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

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Line 1:Years, Line 2:No. of father-children households (3 children or more)

Also below is a list of "Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" from 2000 to 2015. 👆Scrollable horizontally.

A list of data on Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)(2000 to 2015) 👆Scrollable horizontally
Year2000200520102015
No. of father-children households (3 children or more)[households]18.0022.0016.0019.00
year-on-year(+-)-4-63
year-on-year(%)-122.2272.73118.75

If you look at the graph above of "Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)", you will see that the data for 2005 is the highest, and the data for 2015, the latest year for which statistics are available, is lower than that.

However, it is higher than the previous year's figure of "16" in 2010, so it is highly likely that "Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" will rise again in the future.

Also, if you are looking for No. of father-child(ren) households, please refer to this page for a special feature for your consideration.
➡ Kure City's No. of father-child(ren) households

Trends and comparisons of Kure City's Total Population from the past to the present are featured here.
→ Kure City(Hiroshima)'s Population transition
Kure City(Hiroshima)'s Population transition

Comparison Bar Graph(Hight or Low? Kure City vs Atsugi City(Kanagawa) vs Ota City(Gunma) )

How high or low is "Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)"?

Comparing No. of father-children households (3 children or more) in Kure City, Atsugi City(Kanagawa) and Ota City(Gunma)

First, let's compare "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Atsugi City(Kanagawa) and Ota City(Gunma), which have closest Population to Kure City.

*ShibBUya ku(Tokyo) and BunkKYo ku(Tokyo) is the third or fourth City with the closest "Population" to Kure City.

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

A chart comparing No. of father-children households (3 children or more) in Atsugi City(Kanagawa) and Ota City(Gunma), which have similar Population to Kure City.
CityPopulationNo. of father-children households (3 children or more)
ShibBUya ku(Tokyo)230,5066[households]
Atsugi City(Kanagawa)223,71011[households]
Kure City(Hiroshima)217,69019[households]
Ota City(Gunma)224,21719[households]
BunkKYo ku(Tokyo)226,5742[households]

Looking at the table above comparing No. of father-children households (3 children or more), we see that

Compare Kure City more with other Cities and Towns

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Consideration of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" of Kure City in Hiroshima Prefecture

Here is an easy-to-understand explanation, using tables and graphs, of where Kure City ranks in Hiroshima Prefecture. ("No. of father-children households (3 children or more)")

Kure City's "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" is the 3rd highest in Hiroshima.

The following is a ranking chart of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Hiroshima Prefecture.

A ranking chart of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Hiroshima Prefecture:Kure City is in 3rd place.
RankCityNo. of father-children households (3 children or more)
[households]
1Hiroshima CityHiroshima Citychart76
2Fukuyama CityFukuyama Citychart44
3Kure CityKure Citychart19
4dataHigashihiroshima Citychart11
5Mihara CityMihara Citychart10
6Hatsukaichi CityHatsukaichi Citychart9
7Onomichi CityOnomichi Citychart8
8dataHiroshimaken miyoshi Citychart6
9dataAki gun fuchu Townchart4
9Aki gun saka TownAki gun saka Townchart4
9Etajima CityEtajima Citychart4
9dataHiroshimaken fuchu Citychart4
13Otake CityOtake Citychart2
14Aki gun kaita TownAki gun kaita Townchart1
14Aki gun kumano TownAki gun kumano Townchart1
14Akiota TownAkiota Townchart1
14Akitakata CityAkitakata Citychart1
14Shobara CityShobara Citychart1
14Takehara CityTakehara Citychart1
20Jinsekikogen TownJinsekikogen Townchart0
20Kitahiroshima TownKitahiroshima Townchart0
20Osakikamijima TownOsakikamijima Townchart0
20dataSera gun sera Townchart0

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

Share(Percentage) of Kure City in Hiroshima

Furthermore, based on the ranking table above, we have created the following graph showing the percentage share of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" of Kure City in Hiroshima Prefecture.

The grand totals for the entire population of Hiroshima Prefecture are 207[households].
*This is the total of 23 municipalities for which data is available.

And "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" of Kure City is 19[households], which gives us a 9.179% share of the entire Hiroshima Prefecture.

Average and median values in Hiroshima

We also surveyed the average and median "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Hiroshima Prefecture, and created the following graph comparing it to Hiroshima.

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

A list comparing "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" of Kure City with the median and average values in Hiroshima Prefecture.
NameNo. of father-children households (3 children or more)
Kure City19[households]
Average9[households]
Median2[households]

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

From the table here, we see that Kure City's "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" is

Where does Kure City rank in Japan in terms of the "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)"?

We will use tables and graphs to explain in an easy-to-understand manner how Kure City ranks in terms of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in all of Japan.

Kure City ranks 67th in Japan in "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)"

Firstly, let's look at "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" of Kure City, using a ranking chart to see where it ranks among all Cities and Towns in Japan.

"No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" ranking chart for all of Japan (by City): Kure City is ranked 67th
RankCityNo. of father-children households (3 children or more)
[households]
57Nobeoka CityNobeoka Citychart20
57Tokorozawa CityTokorozawa Citychart20
57Toyonaka CityToyonaka Citychart20
57Wakayama CityWakayama Citychart20
67Kure CityKure Citychart19
67Ota CityOta Citychart19
67Saga CitySaga Citychart19
67Toyohashi CityToyohashi Citychart19
71Fujisawa CityFujisawa Citychart18
71Hirakata CityHirakata Citychart18

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

More detailed "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" ranking charts for all of Japan (by City)

In this ranking table for all of Japan, Kure City ranks 67th out of 1739 Cities and Towns for which statistics are available, indicating that Kure City is one of the Cities in Japan with a relatively high level of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)".

Below is a graph that shows the yearly changes in the Japan ranking of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" and which cities or prefectures are in the top 10.

Top 10 Cities by "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)"

More detailed "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" ranking charts for all of Japan (by City) are all available here for your reference.
→ "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" ranking charts for all of Japan (by City)"No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" ranking charts for all of Japan (by City)

Average and Median values for Japan vs Kure City

The following bar chart compares the average and median of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" with Kure City.

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

A list of Kure City's "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" compared to the median (2) and average (4) of all Japanese Cities
NameNo. of father-children households (3 children or more)
Kure City19[households]
Average4[households]
Median2[households]

※Source:Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Details

From the table here, we can see that "Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" is 4.49 times higher than the average.

Moreover, when compared to the median of 2, we can see that Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more) "19[households]" is higher (9.5 times) than the median.

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Title"Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)"
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Period2000 to 2015
Lastmodified2021-04-09T12:50:43+0900
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Frequently Asked Questions about "Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more)"

What is the latest data on "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Kure City?The latest "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Kure City that we can find in 2022 is 19[households]. This data is from the 2015 Statistics Dashboard by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications survey and is in unit of households. More details.
By what percentage did "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Kure City increase from the previous year?It has increased by 18.75% from the previous year (2010). And "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in the previous year is 16.00[households] Show the trend graph from 2000 to 2015.
When was the last year that Kure City's "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" was at its highest?The year 2005 was the highest year. (22.00[households])
When was the last year that Kure City's "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" was at its lowest?The year 2010 was the lowest year. (16.00[households])
What is Kure City's ranking in Japan (by City) for "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)"?Kure City is ranked 67th in Japan (by City).View the ranking table of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)".
Which Cities have a similar value of "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" to Kure City?Wakayama City (20[households]) and Ota City (19[households]) have very similar data.
How many times is "No. of father-children households (3 children or more)" in Kure City compared to the average in Japan?It is 4.49 times higher than the average in Japan.Find out more.
Is Kure City's No. of father-children households (3 children or more) higher than the median in Japan?It is 9.5 times higher than the median in Japan.