32 publications that are related to Population estimates , sorted by release date
A description of ONS research into improving standard population statistics outputs, including recent progress and plans for future research.
Keywords: methods, estimates, projections, internal migration, local authority, emigration
National population estimates broken down into small geographical areas (Super Output Areas, health geographies, wards, Parliamentary constituencies and National Parks).
Office for National Statistics commissioned the University of Manchester to review methods used to produce population estimates by ethnic group (PEEGs).
Keywords: population estimates by ethnicity group, Ethnicity by LA, Ethnicity report by Ludi, PEEGs review report 2014
How and why the UK population has changed, how it is projected to change and comparison with other European countries.
Keywords: 71currmye, 81currmye, population estimates, population projections, population change
Population estimates by marital status and living arrangements, England and Wales: 2002 to 2016 (Latest release)Population by legal marital status and cohabitation status by age and sex for England and Wales.
Population estimates for UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland: mid-2016 (Latest release)National and subnational population estimates for England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, as available by administrative area, single year of age, sex and components of population change. This release also covers internal migration estimates for England and Wales.
Keywords: Local Authority, Analysis Tool, pyramid, moves, age and sex, internal migration
Population dynamics of the UK’s largest city regions, including individual components of population change – births, deaths and migration.
Keywords: cities, migration, London
2011 Census: Out of term population of England and Wales - An alternative 2011 Census population base (Latest release)Characteristics of the out of term population on census day 2011. Out of term statistics count and describe usual residents, including students, at their non term-time address.
Keywords: term-time, students, school children, boarding school, university
Characteristics of the workplace population in the local authorities of England and Wales
Keywords: economic activity, occupation, industry, hours worked, travel to work, distance travelled
People living in each electoral ward in England and Wales, annual population changes and age distributions.
Keywords: 01currwde, SAPE, Electoral, CAS Wards, Statistical