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Statistics for England and Wales.

Key Statistics (KS) provide summary figures covering the full range of results from the census, presented in tables. Please note that ONS published 35 KS tables; some of these were combined which is why Nomis lists only 27 KS tables.

View all 27 Key Statistics tables from the Nomis website

Quick Statistics (QS) provide the most detailed information available from the census about the single topic covered in each table. QS tables correspond to 2001 Census univariate statistics.

View all 74 Quick Statistics tables from the Nomis website

Alternatively, download the Index of Topics and Tables (636.1 Kb ZIP) to search by table number or topic.

 

Release: Key Statistics for local authorities in England and Wales

Publication date: 11/12/2012  

Release number: 2.1

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  • All Key Statistics tables and selected Quick Statistics tables for England and Wales and constituent regions, counties, London boroughs, districts and unitary authorities as at census day, 27 March 2011.

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Release: Key Statistics for unitary authorities in Wales

Publication date: 11/12/2012  Release number: 2.1

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  • The release includes all Key Statistics tables and selected Quick Statistics tables for Wales and constituent unitary authorities as at census day, 27 March 2011.

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Release: Key and Quick Statistics for wards and output areas

Publication date: 30/01/2013 

Release number: 2.2

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  • Key and quick statistics for the output area hierarchy in England and Wales

  • Information for wards, parishes and parliamentary constituencies.

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Release: Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for electoral divisions and output areas in Wales

Publication date: 30/01/2013

Release number: 2.2

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  • Key and Quick Statistics for the output area hierarchy in Wales

  • More detailed geographical breakdown at electoral division and output area level for the Key Statistics published on 11 December 2012.

  • New Quick Statistics tables for some characteristics of the people living in Wales on 27 March 2011.

 

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Release: Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for health areas and post code sectors

Publication date: 19/02/2013 

Release number: 2.3a

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These data were originally published only on Nomis, one of ONS’s data websites.

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Best fit aggregations of Key and Quick Statistics for:

  • health administration areas and postcode sectors in England and Wales,

  • National Assembly for Wales constituencies, and

  • Assembly for Wales electoral regions.

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Release: Key Statistics for national parks in England and Wales

Publication date: 19/02/2013 

Release number: 2.3b

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  • Estimates for the 13 national parks in England and Wales as at December 2011, including the Broads which is widely considered to be part of the national parks family.

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Release: Key Statistics for national parks in Wales

Publication date: 19/02/2013 

Release number: 2.3b

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Open the spreadsheet containing all 35 tables (295.5 Kb Excel sheet)

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Estimates for the 3 national parks in Wales as at December 2011.

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Release: Quick Statistics for England and Wales on national identity, passports held and country of birth

Publication date: 26/03/2013 

Release number: 2.4b

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  • Detailed breakdowns for usual residents in England and Wales

  • Information on approximated social grade for household reference persons aged 16-64.

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Release: Key Statistics for built-up areas in England and Wales

Publication date: 28/06/2013 

Release number: 3.2a

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  • Aggregations of key statistics for built-up areas (defined as land which is irreversibly urban in character.

  • Analysis into the characteristics of the built-up areas in England and Wales.

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