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The percentages in the table are by household.

Source: Table 18 on page 279 of Criminal Victimisation in International Perspective, by the International Crime Victims Survey. Table 18 heading: "Ownership of firearms and handguns in countries and main cities (percentages). 1989-2005 ICVS and 2005 EU ICS." From the report intro: "A large portion of the latest data in this report comes from the European Survey on Crime and Safety (EU ICS), organised by a consortium led by Gallup Europe, co-financed by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Research and Technology Development."

Note that the 2004-5 household numbers in the timeline chart in the article linked below match the 2004-5 number in Table 18 above.

  • Self-Reported Gun Ownership in U.S. Is Highest Since 1993. By Lydia Saad. October 26, 2011. Gallup report. "Forty-seven percent of American adults currently report that they have a gun in their home or elsewhere on their property. This is up from 41% a year ago and is the highest Gallup has recorded since 1993, albeit marginally above the 44% and 45% highs seen during that period."... "The new result comes from Gallup's Oct. 6-9 Crime poll."

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2004-2005 charts below. (See info here and here).

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2004-2005. See info.

2004-5 firearm ownership by household by country

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