Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for local authorities in the United Kingdom
This statistical bulletin presents key results for the UK population from the individual censuses of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The bulletin focuses on the topics of population, ethnicity, country of birth, health, housing and accommodation.
Ethnic Variations in General Health and Unpaid Care Provision, 2011
This short story examines the inequality in general heath and in the provision of unpaid care between ethnic groups in England and Wales in 2011, taking account of the impact of providing unpaid care on general health, and whether this impacts more markedly in some ethnic groups compared with others. Analysis is at both national and regional level. This story is also accompanied by an infographic.
Ethnicity and National Identity in England and Wales 2011
This short story presents a picture of Ethnicity and National Identity in England and Wales in 2011, with an overview of key findings at regional and local authority level. Where Ethnicity is comparable, key changes since the 2001 Census are explored. The story is also accompanied by an interactive map.
Integrated Household Survey, April 2011 to March 2012: Pre-release Access List (Pdf 51Kb)
PDF download - Pre-release Access List for Integrated Household Survey, April 2011 to March 2012:
Integrated Household Survey April 2011 to March 2012: Experimental Statistics
The Integrated Household Survey (IHS) is a composite survey combining questions asked in a number of Office for National Statistics (ONS) social surveys to gather basic information for a very large number of households. The aim of the IHS is to produce estimates for particular themes to a higher level of precision and at a lower geographic level than is possible in individual ONS social surveys.
Regional characteristics of foreign-born people living in the United Kingdom, 2011 Edition (Pdf 66Kb)
News release about the Regional Trends, No. 43 article 'Regional characteristics of foreign-born people living in the United Kingdom'