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. This page covers Migration and demography, and the analyses are based on census data for England and Wales.
A summary of households and usual residents living in households using 2011 Census data.
Census analysis about stepfamilies and children in stepfamilies.
Analyses 2011 Census data on marital status and living arrangements for adults usually resident in England and Wales.
What does the 2011 Census tell us about concealed families living in multi-family households in England and Wales?
This analysis presents a summary of concealed families in England and Wales using 2011 Census data.
An investigation of fertility patterns for specific non-UK countries of birth, for women living in England and Wales.
This story identifies the immigration patterns of non-UK born residents of England and Wales using 2011 and historic census data.
This report looks at the characteristics of people aged 85 and over usually resident in England and Wales on Census Day 2011.
This story analyses data for the workday population by age, sex and geographical breakdown, for England and Wales in 2011.
This short story analyses the characteristics of older people (those aged 65 and over) who were usually resident in England and Wales in 2011.
Economic and Social characteristics of the resident population of England and Wales by nationality and country of birth in 2011
Economic activity, occupation and industry, qualifications, English language proficiency, housing tenure and health of foreign passport-holders and those born abroad.
2011 Census data for two key measures of the migrant population of England and Wales, specifically country of birth and passports held.
Data on non-UK born short-term residents (STRs) from the 2011 Census for England and Wales, conducted on 27 March 2011.
Data on families and households from the 2011 Census for England and Wales, conducted on 27 March 2011.
Different types of migrants and their socio-economic outcomes, down to low geographic levels.
For more analysis from the 2011 Census covering different topics, visit Census Analysis.