How people in the UK see themselves today in terms of ethnicity, sexual identity, religion and language, and how this has changed over time. We use a diverse range of sources for this data.
In this section
Analyses include ethnic identities among the non-UK born population in England and Wales, labour market participation, trends in general health and unpaid care by ethnic group, and inter-ethnic relationships.
The proportion of adults using English as their main language and a breakdown of other languages used in the UK.
Analyses include people affiliating with a religion in the 2011 census, and religions among the non-UK born population in England and Wales.
Analyses include sexual identity in the UK by sex, region and age group, sourced from the Annual Population Survey.
A handy guide to let you know where to find local statistics.