The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is leading a Census Analysis Work Programme that provides detailed analyses of census data on a variety of topics, including migration and demography, ethnicity and national identity, health, housing, the labour market, language, religion, and unpaid care. The analyses are based on census data for England and Wales. For the latest census analysis plans, please consult the 2011 Census reporting and analysis prospectus.
2011 Census Analysis
New: Ethnicity and religion of the non-UK born population in England and Wales, 2011
The Ethnicity and Religion of the non-UK born population in England and Wales, Census 2011
Workers aged 65 and Over in the 2011 Census
Uses data from the 2011 Census and the ONS Longitudinal study to look at the characteristics of workers aged 65 and over in 2011.
What does the 2011 Census tell us about work-related second addresses in England and Wales?
Analyses adults with work-related second address outside usually resident LA, including by occupational groups and qualification levels.
General Health in Overcrowded and Under-occupied Households in England and Wales, 2011
Analysis looking at general health in overcrowded and under-occupied households in England, both nationally and regionally, and Wales.
More stories by theme
Ethnicity, national identity, language and religion
Analysis based on census data for England and Wales
Analysis helps users fully exploit the census data by pulling out the key stories, adding context, comparing areas and regions, and explaining trends over time.
Ian Cope, Director for Population and Demography, Office for National Statistics