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]
East Sussex AdmC Total   195,374 Show data context 10,828 Show data context 38,279 Show data context 95,551 Show data context 30,580 Show data context 20,136 Show data context
Brighton MB/CB   50,757 Show data context 1,932 Show data context 8,741 Show data context 27,826 Show data context 6,008 Show data context 6,250 Show data context
Eastbourne CB/MB   17,714 Show data context 1,164 Show data context 3,552 Show data context 9,019 Show data context 2,165 Show data context 1,814 Show data context
Hastings CB/MB   19,899 Show data context 868 Show data context 3,823 Show data context 10,331 Show data context 2,587 Show data context 2,290 Show data context
Bexhill UD/MB   7,132 Show data context 656 Show data context 1,636 Show data context 3,219 Show data context 970 Show data context 651 Show data context
Burgess Hill UD   2,672 Show data context 134 Show data context 504 Show data context 1,284 Show data context 414 Show data context 336 Show data context
Cuckfield UD   4,988 Show data context 434 Show data context 1,002 Show data context 2,349 Show data context 745 Show data context 458 Show data context
East Grinstead UD   3,542 Show data context 196 Show data context 582 Show data context 1,776 Show data context 630 Show data context 358 Show data context
Hove MB/UD   20,388 Show data context 1,868 Show data context 5,320 Show data context 9,954 Show data context 1,816 Show data context 1,430 Show data context
Lewes MB   4,495 Show data context 234 Show data context 736 Show data context 2,388 Show data context 589 Show data context 548 Show data context
Newhaven UD   2,841 Show data context 55 Show data context 318 Show data context 1,417 Show data context 450 Show data context 601 Show data context
Portslade By Sea UD   4,583 Show data context 107 Show data context 586 Show data context 2,693 Show data context 576 Show data context 621 Show data context
Rye MB   1,450 Show data context 61 Show data context 244 Show data context 696 Show data context 231 Show data context 218 Show data context
Seaford UD   2,655 Show data context 264 Show data context 630 Show data context 1,182 Show data context 349 Show data context 230 Show data context
Battle RD   9,924 Show data context 455 Show data context 2,206 Show data context 3,637 Show data context 2,848 Show data context 778 Show data context
Chailey RD   6,546 Show data context 373 Show data context 1,309 Show data context 2,695 Show data context 1,643 Show data context 526 Show data context
Cuckfield RD   9,495 Show data context 613 Show data context 1,818 Show data context 3,854 Show data context 2,433 Show data context 777 Show data context
Hailsham RD   11,911 Show data context 586 Show data context 2,661 Show data context 5,042 Show data context 2,575 Show data context 1,047 Show data context
Uckfield RD   14,382 Show data context 828 Show data context 2,611 Show data context 6,189 Show data context 3,551 Show data context 1,203 Show data context

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