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Dependent Children Usually Resident in England and Wales with a Parental Second Address, 2011
Dependent children who shared their time between two different parental second address were analysed for the usually resident population in England and Wales using 2011 Census data.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
25 Jul 14 Report
Households and Household Composition in England and Wales, 2001-11
Analyses households and usual residents living in households in England and Wales in 2011 using the published census data on households and population. Summarises household space, household size, housing tenure, usual residents and children living in households at national and local levels.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region, UK
29 May 14 Report
Stepfamilies in 2011
Presents estimates of the number of stepfamilies and children in stepfamilies. This includes trends over time, differences between married and cohabiting couple stepfamilies, geographic patterns and information about family size.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Middle Super Output Area
08 May 14 Report
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. A concealed family is one living in a multi-family household in addition to the primary family, such as a young couple living with parents. Each family is assigned a Family Reference Person (FRP). Where there is more than one FRP in the household, the Household Reference Person (HRP) is chosen from the FRPs based on economic activity and then age, and finally order on the census form. The HRP is normally therefore the oldest full-time worker in most households and identifies the primary family in the household. Analyses of concealed family types and change over time are reported at the national, regional and local levels.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
06 Feb 14 Report
Families and Households, 2013
Shows families and children by family type including married couples, cohabiting couples and lone parents. Also shows household size and people living alone.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
31 Oct 13 Statistical bulletin
Family size in 2012
Families in the UK by the number of dependent children they have, with a particular focus on those with three or more dependent children. Examines trends over time, where such families live and their economic activity.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
25 Mar 13 Report
Chapter 3 - Households, familes and people (General Lifestyle Survey Overview - a report on the 2011 General Lifestyle Survey)
Data on Households, families and people taken from the 2011 General Lifestyle Survey on how the composition of households and families has changed over the last 40 years.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: GB
07 Mar 13 Report
Families and Households, 2012
Shows families and children by family type including married couples, cohabiting couples and lone parents. Also shows household size and people living alone.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Other
01 Nov 12 Statistical bulletin
Short Report: Cohabitation in the UK, 2012
The characteristics of people who are cohabiting with a partner are analysed.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
01 Nov 12 Report
Young Adults Living With Parents in the UK, 2011
Characteristics of young adults aged between 20 and 34 who live with their parents.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
29 May 12 Report
Families and Households, 2001 to 2011
Shows families and children by family type including married couples, cohabiting couples and lone parents. Also shows household size and people living alone.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
19 Jan 12 Statistical bulletin
Comparing Data Sources on Families and Households (Pdf 171Kb)
The ONS publishes estimates of families and households using the Labour Force Survey between ten yearly censuses. The LFS has been chosen as the preferred source of estimates on these topics due to its large sample size, long time series and timeliness, and because it provides estimates on a consistent basis for the whole UK. However the LFS is not the only source of data on families and households. This document provides a brief guide to the LFS and to alternative sources of data on this topic.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
19 Jan 12 Report
The Changing Demography of Mid-life, from the 1980s to the 2000s, Autumn 2011 (Pdf 188Kb)
This article examines changes between 1984 and 2007 in the demographic and socio-economic circumstances of British men and women in mid-life. Changing living arrangements in mid-life reflect historical changes in the occurrence and timing of life events such as marriage and parenthood, as well as increased longevity. In order to place mid-life in this wider demographic context, the article first reviews changes over time in kin availability across the adult life course using the British Household Panel Survey (2001) and Understanding Society (2009). The article goes on to use data from the General Household Survey (1984–2007) to document shifts over time in living arrangements for those aged 20–79. In the final part of the article we focus specifically on those aged between 45 and 64 and examine how their characteristics in terms of marital status, educational attainment, activity status and housing tenure have changed over the past quarter century.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
22 Sep 11 Article
Families and Households, 2001 to 2010 (Pdf 67Kb)
Recent estimates of the number of families by type, people in families by family type and children in families by type.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
14 Apr 11 Statistical bulletin
Frequently Asked Questions - Families and Households, 2001-2010 (Pdf 110Kb)
Frequently Asked Questions about the Families and Households 2001-2010 release. This presents recent estimates of the number of families by type, people in families by family type and children in families by type.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
14 Apr 11 Report
User Experience of Families and Households, 2001-2010 (Pdf 48Kb)
ONS's understanding of what use is made of Families and Households statistics, feedback we have had about these statistics and how we are acting on this feedback.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK
14 Apr 11 Report
Changes in family structure in early childhood in the Millennium Cohort Study - No. 142, Winter 2010 (Pdf 81Kb)
No. 142, Winter 2010
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
09 Dec 10 Article
Population Trends - No. 140, Summer 2010 (Pdf 2500Kb)
Covers population and demographic information. It contains commentary on the latest findings and topical articles on relevant subjects.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
24 Jun 10 Journal
Households and families: Implications of changing census definitions for analyses using the ONS Longitudinal Study, 2010 (Pdf 122Kb)
Population Trends - No. 139, Spring 2010 Households and families: Implications of changing census definitions for analyses using the ONS Longitudinal Study
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: UK and GB
25 Mar 10 Journal
Focus on Families - Stepfamilies with dependent children in the UK (supplementary map), 2007 (Pdf 1601Kb)
A map showing stepfamilies with dependent children by local authority in the UK in 2001. For further information, please contact families@ons.gsi.gov.uk.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
04 Oct 07 Report
Focus on Families - 2007 Summary Report (Pdf 1134Kb)
Focus on Families provides an up-to-date and comprehensive description of families at the start of the 21st century. It presents a wealth of information on families, how they have changed over time and the demographic forces driving these trends. Focus on Families consists of the following chapters: Chapter 1: Families, Chapter 2: Unpaid care and the family, Chapter 3: Family structure and family formation – education as outcome and explanation, Chapter 4: Family living arrangements and health, Chapter 5: Family geography. For further information, please contact families@ons.gsi.gov.uk.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
04 Oct 07 Report
Focus on Families - Stepfamilies with some children of both partners (supplementary map), 2007 (Pdf 1586Kb)
A map showing stepfamilies with some children of both partners in 2001 in the UK. For further information, please contact families@ons.gsi.gov.uk.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
04 Oct 07 Report
Focus on Families - 2005 Summary Report (Pdf 796Kb)
Focus on Families looks at family types and explores similarities and differences between them. It also draws on demographic information to look at the many dimensions of families in the UK today. Focus on Families consists of the following sections: Families, Households, Dependent Children, Stepfamilies, Age Distribution, Geographic Distribution, Ethnicity, Religion. For further information, please contact families@ons.gov.uk.
Coverage: UK
Geographic breakdown: Country
07 Jul 05 Report
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