Outputs that use this data
170 Years of Industrial Change across England and Wales
05-Jun-2013This story looks at 170 years of industrial change across England and Wales and some of the factors driving it. It draws on data from censuses since 1841 and shows that much of this change has been in the last 100 years.
After 170 years of labour market change, now only 1% of workers are in agriculture
05-Jun-2013Census data to look at how the proportions of people employed in different industries has changed since 1841
Video Summary: 170 years of industrial change in England and Wales
05-Jun-2013Short video from the ONS looking at 170 years of industrial change in England and Wales. First it looks at which industries people worked in in 1841 and compared it to 2011, as well as, looking at the patterns of change across the whole period. Next it covers the key developments that have had an impact on the main industries in England and Wales, including the steam locamotive, electric telegraph, nuclear power and the world wide web. Lastly it focuses on 2011 and looks at the gender breakdown across the main industries in England and Wales.
Measuring National Well-being - Review of domains and measures, 2013
30-May-2013This review of domains and measures honours a commitment made in November 2012 in 'Measuring National Well-being: Life in the UK, 2012’ that ONS would ‘review and further refine domains and measures of well-being and the criteria used to select them’.
Examining the Differences between the Mid-year Short-term Immigration Estimates and the 2011 Census for England and Wales
23-May-2013This report examines two similar data sets on short term migration: estimates of short-term immigration for local authorities and England and Wales and estimates of short-term residents (STRs) from the 2011 Census. These two datasets differ in terms of definitions and the estimates produced and this report aims to help the user understand these differences.
Detailed Characteristics for England and Wales, March 2011
16-May-2013This bulletin, 2011 Census Detailed Characteristics for England and Wales, supplements the release of the Key Statistics in December 2012 and Quick Statistics in January 2013. It presents findings for England and Wales drawn from the first release of detailed Characteristics tables that provide cross tabulations of two or more topics from the census. The 2011 Census statistics covered are unique because the census is the only information source that measures these characteristics together across the whole population.
Detailed country of birth and nationality analysis from the 2011 Census of England and Wales
16-May-2013This short story analyses 2011 Census data for two key measures of the migrant population of England and Wales, specifically country of birth and passports held. Additionally migrant groups are analysed by age, sex and year of arrival.
Full story: The gender gap in unpaid care provision: is there an impact on health and economic position?
16-May-2013This short story describes the provision of unpaid care by males and females in England and Wales during 2011 and how this varies with age, general health status and economic activity across English regions and Wales. This story is also accompanied by an infographic and video podcast.
Full story: What does the Census tell us about religion in 2011?
16-May-2013This story will explore some of the characteristics behind changes in religious affliation between 2001 and 2011 Census. Characteristics such as age, sex, ethnicity, country of birth and participation in economic activity will be explored. There is a particular focus on findings for Christians, Muslims and people with no religion.
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170 Years of Industrial Change, Data Tables
05-Jun-2013Data tables for 170 years of Industrial Change using 1841 to 2011 census data
2011 Census: Detailed Characteristics for local authorities in England and Wales - links to tables on Nomis
16-May-2013The Detailed Characteristics tables included in this release are available to download from the Nomis website. This link file contains direct links to a page on the Nomis website for each table. Additional information is included that describes the geography level provided in each table, and an indicator of which tables are discussed in the statistical bulletin that is included in this release.
2011 Census: QS212EW Passports held (detailed), unitary authorities in Wales
26-Mar-2013This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population by the passports they held, for unitary authorities in Wales on census day (27 March 2011). The passports held classification used in this table is a 71 category classification that provides more detail than Key Statistics table KS205EW.
2011 Census: QS214EW National identity (detailed), unitary authorities in Wales
26-Mar-2013This table provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population by national identity, for unitary authorities in Wales on census day (27 March 2011). National identity is a persons assessment of their own identity with respect to the country or countries with which they feel an affiliation. It is not dependent on legal nationality or ethnic group. The national identity classification used in this table is a 91 category classification.