How do parliamentary constituencies vary?
26-Mar-2015The latest interactive maps can be used to explore parliamentary constituencies in England and Wales, Great Britain and the United Kingdom.
Communal establishment residents – the population living outside households
11-Feb-2015Prisoners, students and care home residents – a few examples of those living outside households
What does the 2011 Census tell us about ethnicity in the labour market in England and Wales?
13-Nov-2014Infographic summarising patterns of economic activity abd employment characteristics in ethnic groups.
6 facts from the Census about the social and economic characteristics of migrant populations in England and Wales, 2011
04-Nov-2014How did socio-economic characteristics of migrants vary in 2011?
Economic activity of the migrant population by length of residence in England and Wales, 2011
04-Nov-20142011 Census data is analysed to explore differences in socio-economic characteristics between UK-born and different non UK-born populations over time. Talking points include qualifications, occupation, English language proficiency and national identity.
How do characteristics of migrant populations vary by length of residence?
04-Nov-2014Non-UK born residents of England and Wales living in the UK for over 30 years were more likely to hold a UK passport than more recent arrivals
2011 Census Analysis: Ethnicity and Religion of the Non-UK Born Population in England and Wales
18-Jun-2015How immigration patterns have influenced changes in trends in ethnicity and religion
2011 Census Analysis: What Does the 2011 Census Tell Us About People Living in Communal Establishments?
11-Feb-2015Analyses of the Communal Establishment resident population, including demographic and geographical differences at national, regional and local levels.
Ethnicity and the Labour Market, 2011 Census, England and Wales
13-Nov-2014This is new analysis that looks at ethnicity in the labour market in England and Wales. It begins by looking at the position of the five broad ethnic groups (employment and inactivity rates) in the labour market over time in England and Wales from 2001 to 2014 using data from the Labour Force Survey. It then uses 2011 Census data to undertake a more detailed cross sectional analysis using the full 18 ethnic group classification. It examines economic activity (employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) and characteristics of employment (occupation, industry and employment patterns) looking at male and female differences. It also explores young people (aged 16 -24) in the labour market.
2011 Census Analysis: Social and Economic Characteristics by Length of Residence of Migrant Populations in England and Wales
04-Nov-2014Differences in socio-economic characteristics between UK-born and non-UK born populations, and comparisons over time. - analysis using 2011 Census data.
2011 Census: Coastal Communities
28-Oct-2014Analysis of 273 coastal communities in England and Wales using 2011 Census data on a range of topics.
Integrated Household Survey, January to December 2013: Experimental Statistics
07-Oct-2014Sexual identity, smoking prevalence and general health in the UK at a regional level.
Data for interactive map (Excel sheet 164Kb)
26-Mar-2015Excel workbook containing data for 10 variables at parliamentary constituency level.
BD0075 Hours worked by sex and ethnicity (Excel sheet 28Kb)
13-Nov-2014The number of hours worked by sex and ethnicity.
BD0076 Economic Activity by ethnicity, sex and age (Excel sheet 690Kb)
13-Nov-2014Economic Activity by ethnicity, sex and age.
Regional reference tables by selected ethnic groups (Excel sheet 41Kb)
13-Nov-2014Economic Activity by ethnicity.
CT0157: Proficiency in English by expanded year of arrival in the UK by country of birth (national) (Excel sheet 48Kb)
04-Nov-2014All usual residents of England and Wales aged 3 and over.
CT0158: Highest level of qualification by expanded year of arrival in the UK by country of birth (national) (Excel sheet 51Kb)
04-Nov-2014All usual residents of England and Wales aged 16 and over.