Survey data on household electricity consumption and living status in Northwestern China

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Based on 1128 survey questionnaires, main information on urban and rural household electricity consumption was obtained. Original data included household income, the price of electricity, all kinds of electrical appliances, purchase price of main appliances, household size, electricity consumption, as well as power, daily use time of electrical appliances in this data article. These data fully reflected behavior, preferences and living pattern of sample households in electricity use and provided the basis for analyzing the relationship between household electricity consumption and the quality of life ("Does electricity consumption improve residential living status in less developed regions? An empirical analysis using the quantile regression approach" [1]).

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Niu, S., Jia, Y., Ye, L., Dai, R., & Li, N. (2016). Survey data on household electricity consumption and living status in Northwestern China. Data in Brief, 7, 1106–1111. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2016.03.093

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