In this section

  • Life events in the UK including fertility rates, live and stillbirths, family composition, life expectancy and deaths.

  • Crime levels and trends based primarily on the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and police recorded crime data.

  • How people in the UK identify in terms of ethnicity, sexual identity, religion and language, and how this has changed over time using a diverse range of data sources.

  • Early years' childcare, school and college education, higher education and adult learning, including data and analysis on qualifications, personnel, and safety and well-being.

  • Analysis of the number of people registered to vote, including comparisons over time and between the UK constituent countries.

  • Life expectancy, health inequalities, disability and addiction as well as access to and expenditure on private and public healthcare systems.

  • The composition of households, including those who live alone, overcrowding and under-occupation, as well as internet and social media usage.

  • Property price, private rent and household statistics.

  • Tourism to the UK, and UK residents travelling abroad, reasons for travel and money spent. The statistics on UK residents travelling abroad are an informal indicator of living standards.

  • Income and earnings, spending and saving, and wealth and debt. These statistics help build a picture of how living standards and inequality have changed.

  • Size, age, sex and geographic distribution of the UK population, including data on international migration, migration within the UK, changes in the population and the factors driving these changes.

  • Societal and personal well-being in the UK looking at areas such as health, relationships, education and skills, what we do, where we live, our finances and the environment.