1951 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1951: England and Wales: County Report: Buckinghamshire), Table 27 : " Social Class distribution of Occupied and Retired Males aged 15 and over for AC, MB, UD, RD".

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Total Males (Occupied and Retired) aged 15 and over.
[1]
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 1 (Professional, etc Occupations).
[2]
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 2 (Intermediate Occupations).
[3]
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 3 (Skilled Occupations).
[4]
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 4 (Partly Skilled Occupations).
[5]
Number of males aged 15 and over in Social Class 5 (Unskilled Occupations).
[6]
Wales Dep Total   922,486 Show data context 24,454 Show data context 139,384 Show data context 439,953 Show data context 190,028 Show data context 128,667 Show data context
Anglesey AdmC Drill-down 17,834 Show data context 600 Show data context 4,210 Show data context 7,163 Show data context 3,593 Show data context 2,268 Show data context
Brecknockshire AdmC Drill-down 21,094 Show data context 579 Show data context 4,167 Show data context 9,557 Show data context 4,607 Show data context 2,184 Show data context
Caernarvonshire AdmC Drill-down 41,034 Show data context 1,537 Show data context 8,969 Show data context 16,449 Show data context 9,881 Show data context 4,198 Show data context
Cardiganshire AdmC Drill-down 18,417 Show data context 761 Show data context 6,591 Show data context 6,027 Show data context 3,510 Show data context 1,528 Show data context
Carmarthenshire AdmC Drill-down 63,139 Show data context 1,464 Show data context 12,269 Show data context 28,081 Show data context 12,364 Show data context 8,961 Show data context
Denbighshire AdmC Drill-down 59,205 Show data context 1,795 Show data context 10,975 Show data context 26,019 Show data context 13,802 Show data context 6,614 Show data context
Flintshire AdmC Drill-down 51,592 Show data context 1,523 Show data context 7,798 Show data context 23,881 Show data context 10,063 Show data context 8,327 Show data context
Glamorgan AdmC Drill-down 426,212 Show data context 10,844 Show data context 48,674 Show data context 221,844 Show data context 81,789 Show data context 63,061 Show data context
Merionethshire AdmC Drill-down 15,729 Show data context 574 Show data context 3,554 Show data context 7,257 Show data context 3,068 Show data context 1,276 Show data context
Monmouthshire AdmC Drill-down 150,975 Show data context 3,000 Show data context 16,432 Show data context 73,152 Show data context 35,117 Show data context 23,274 Show data context
Montgomeryshire AdmC Drill-down 16,724 Show data context 423 Show data context 5,504 Show data context 5,321 Show data context 3,792 Show data context 1,684 Show data context
Pembrokeshire AdmC Drill-down 33,072 Show data context 1,098 Show data context 7,810 Show data context 12,884 Show data context 6,691 Show data context 4,589 Show data context
Radnorshire AdmC Drill-down 7,459 Show data context 256 Show data context 2,431 Show data context 2,318 Show data context 1,751 Show data context 703 Show data context

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