8 Datasets that are related to Families , sorted by release date
Total number of young adults aged 15 to 34 years and total number of young adults aged 20 to 34 years in the UK living with their parents.
Keywords: same sex, couples, married, cohabiting, civil partnership
Families and children in the UK by family type including married couples, cohabiting couples and lone parents. Also shows household size and people living alone.
Keywords: same sex, couples, married, cohabiting, civil partner
Revisions have been made to previously published estimates of families and households. This describes these changes and their impact on the estimates.
Keywords: single parent,living alone,same sex,home,child
2011 Census analysis: General Health in Overcrowded and Under-occupied Households in England and WalesGeneral health of those living in overcrowded and under-occupied households. The geographical coverage of this story is England and English regions, and Wales.
Keywords: living standards,health inequality,living space
2011 Census analysis: Do the demographic and socio-economic characteristics of those living alone in England and Wales differ from the general population?Analyses of those living alone in the usually resident household population aged 16 and over, reported at national and local authority level.
Keywords: household population,lone person
All dependent children in England and Wales with a second address that is another parent or guardian's address.
2011 Census analysis: How do living arrangements, family type and family size vary in England and Wales?Analysis of distributions of family types (married couples, cohabiting couples and lone parents with/without dependent children) within England and Wales.
Keywords: family,country of birth,dependent children,couples
Local characteristics tables focusing on families and demography - these cross tabulations of two or more topics from the 2011 Census provide the greatest level of detail possible for local areas.
Keywords: usual resident,household,marital status,living arrangements,civil partnerships,dependent children,family reference person