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KILL has the highest proportion of people in county Kildare living in households headed by married couples.
Around 73% of all people lived in such households, according to the latest Central Statistics Office report.
Next highest was Celbridge (71.5%) and Leixlip (69%).
Derrinturn, west Kildare, was 62.6%, just above the State average of 61.4%.
The marriage rate was lowest in Athy (50.3%), followed by Monasterevin (55.8%) and Kildare town (56.8%).
Monasterevin had the highest proportion of people living in households headed by cohabiting couples (15.8%).
Athy had the largest percentage of people living in one person households, 10.8%, with Monasterevin (8.1%) and Kildare (7%).
Sallins (4.8%), Derrinturn (4.7%) and Celbridge (4.7%) were the lowest in this category.
Kildare town (4.1%) and Newbridge (3.9%), had the largest percentage of people in households which contained two or three families, 3.9%. In Leixlip it was 2.8% and in Naas and Kill, 2.7%.
The lowest proportions were in Prosperous (1.7%) and Maynooth and Athy, both 1.6%.
Athy had the largest percentage of people living in households with a single mother and children, at 15%, followed by Derrinturn, 14.5%, Kildare and Monasterevin (12.1% each).
Derrinturn had the the highest proportion with single fathers and children, at 2.2%, followed by Prosperous (1.9%).