Permanent population – the number of people living permanently on the territory of a definite settlement, irrespective of their presence at the moment of the registration.
Urban and rural population. The urban population includes people living in towns and cities, the rural population – those living in the village.
Householdis the total of people who live in one accommodation building or its part, make their living, keep house together, completely or partially share and spend the money. The persons can be blood or law related , or have both kinds of the relationship, or have no such relations.
Individual household is :
the household consisting of one persons who lives in a separate accommodation building or its part, makes his own living and does not share the money for joint keeping house with any persons living in the accommodation building.
The household that consists of two or more persons who live together in an accommodation building or its part, jointly keep house, completely or partially share and spend the money. The persons can be blood or law related, have both kinds of the relationship, or have no such relations.
To the people living in communal households belong the residents of special institutions meant for collective accommodation ( children’s homes, boarding school for orphans and children left without the wardship of the parents, old people’s homes, disabled people’s home, monasteries, barracks, prisons etc ). The institutional population does not include the attending staff of communal households who can live on the premises of the above mentioned institutions.