How many rooms in the dwelling unit are used by the household (other than kitchen, toilet and bathrooms)?
Ask the number of rooms in the dwelling unit that is used by the household. A room should have four walls with a roof and a doorway. It should be wide and long enough for a person to sleep in. In giving the number of rooms occupied by household you should exclude kitchen, store room, bathroom and toilet, which are not normally usable for living or sleeping. A room which is shared by more than one household will not be counted by any of them.