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 demography, ethnicity and national identity, health, housing, the labour market, language, religion, and unpaid care.
This page provides links to analysis produced by ONS and will provide links to analysis produced externally in due course.
The analyses are based on census data for England and Wales. Where appropriate, reference is also made to other data sources.
Characteristics of national parks in England and Wales.
Language in England and Wales
Analysis of non-UK born short-term residents in England and Wales
Analysis of unpaid care in 2001 and 2011
Method of travel to work for the working population
Analysis of the health of the population
Analysis of marital status, living arrangements, households and children
Analysis of activity limitations
Analysis by country of birth and passports held
Growing ethnic diversity in England and Wales
Religious affiliation in England and Wales
Comparison of the 2011 Census and Labour Force Survey
This video looks at the migrant population in England and Wales by country of birth and passports held using information gathered in the 2011 Census. More 2011 Census analysis videos are available on the ONS YouTube channel
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 Analysis and Dissemination, Office for National Statistics