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  • Census suggests 1.1 million households in England and Wales were overcrowded 17-Apr-2014
    Occupancy ratings by household type in England and Wales, 2011 Census analysis. An occupancy rating shows whether a household is overcrowded or under-occupied. The analysis revealed that out of 23.4 million households, 1.1 million (4.5%) were overcrowded and that overcrowding was most likely to occur in socially rented (8.7%) and privately rented households (8.6%), compared to owner occupied (2.3%). However, most households (16.1 million) were under-occupied and 6.2 million had bedrooms at par with the standard. Owner occupied households were most likely to be under-occupied (82.7%), compared with privately rented (49.5%) and socially rented households (39.4%).
  • Overcrowding & under-occupation in England and Wales 2011, infographic 17-Apr-2014
    An infographic showing the household occupancy rating overview for England and Wales in 2011.
  • Is there a difference in well-being between young men and young women? 10-Apr-2014
    Young women in the UK report higher levels of anxiety than young men but are more likely to think the things they do in life are worthwhile

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Publications

  • Overcrowding and Under-occupation in England and Wales 17-Apr-2014
    Occupancy ratings by household type in England and Wales, 2011 Census analysis. An occupancy rating shows whether a household is overcrowded or under-occupied. The analysis revealed that out of 23.4 million households, 1.1 million (4.5%) were overcrowded and that overcrowding was most likely to occur in socially rented (8.7%) and privately rented households (8.6%), compared to owner occupied (2.3%). However, most households (16.1 million) were under-occupied and 6.2 million had bedrooms at par with the standard. Owner occupied households were most likely to be under-occupied (82.7%), compared with privately rented (49.5%) and socially rented households (39.4%).
  • Measuring National Well-being: Economic Well-being 07-Apr-2014
    ONS sets out a set of seven measures in addition to GDP to assess UK economic well-being, while considering ways in which GDP falls short as such a measure.
  • Disability-free Life Expectancy at Birth and at Ages 50 and 65 by Clinical Commissioning Groups, England, 2010-12 28-Mar-2014
    Using 2011 Census data disability-free life expectancy (DFLE) are calculated at birth and at ages 50 and 65, by the newly established NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England for the period 2010-12
  • How Have Living Arrangements and Marital Status in England and Wales Changed Since 2001? 27-Mar-2014
    This story analyses 2011 Census data on marital status (legal partnership status including marriage and civil partnership) for adults (aged 16 and over) usually resident in England and Wales, noting key changes since 2001. Living arrangements of those resident in households are also analysed as an alternative to legal partnership status, including those cohabiting who are not in a legal partnership (living arrangements for those living in communal establishments are not recorded). Analyses are summarised at national and local authority levels. Comparisons are made with Scotland, Northern Ireland and other developed countries.
  • 2011 Census Analysis - Cycling to Work 26-Mar-2014
    This report assesses cycling to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. Changes since 2001 are analysed, while cycling by workers resident in London is compared to cycling by workers resident in the rest of England and Wales. The characteristics of people cycling to work are also assessed including age, sex and distance travelled to work.
  • 2011 Census Analysis - Distance Travelled to Work 26-Mar-2014
    This report assesses distance travelled to work by residents of England and Wales using the results of the 2011 Census. As well as assessing changes to the average commuting distance since 2001, increases in the number of people reporting to have no fixed place of work are also analysed.

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  • Residence one year ago by Age by Sex 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by residence one year ago, by age and by sex, for European NUTS 3 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.
  • Residence one year ago by Economic Activity Status and Status in Employment 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by residence one year ago, by economic activity status and by status in employment, for European NUTS 2 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.
  • Residence one year ago by Legal Marital Status 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by residence one year ago and by legal marital status, for European NUTS 3 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.
  • Residence one year ago by Place of Birth and Citizenship 31-Mar-2014
    2011 Census estimates classifying the usual resident population by residence one year ago, by place of birth, and by country of citizenship, for European NUTS 3 areas of the UK. This table represents part of the data submitted to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union as a fulfilment of the UK's requirement to provide census estimates. A more detailed version of this table, and further 2011 Census estimates for the UK and all other EU member states are available from the EU’s Census Hub.

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