1172: Sparsely populated areas
This paper is taken from the key findings of the CRC update on sparsely populated areas
Year of Publication2010
Compared to people in other areas people living in sparsely populated areas are older, have higher house prices, are more likely to be off mains gas, have a 25% chance of being below the poverty line, work in smaller firms and travel more. They also have poorer internet services
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