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  • 2011 Census: Workplace Population Analysis (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 23 May 2014

    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

  • 2011 Census: The workday population of England and Wales - An alternative 2011 Census output base (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 31 October 2013

    Keywords: ethnic group, country of birth, language, religion, passports, health, tenure

  • 2011 Census: Economic and Social Characteristics of the Resident Population of England and Wales by Nationality and Country of Birth in 2011 (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 12 July 2013

    This story analyses the characteristics of foreign passport-holders and those residents of England and Wales who were born abroad using 2011 Census data; this includes economic activity, occupation and industry, qualifications, English language proficiency, housing tenure and health.

    Keywords: 2011 Census, usual resident, country of birth, passports, year of arrival, Welsh household composition, Welsh language

  • Detailed country of birth and nationality analysis: 2011 (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 16 May 2013

    Keywords: 2011 Census, detailed characteristics, usual resident, long-term health problem, ethnic group, ethnicity, race, English language, main language, religion, health, care, long-term health problem, economic activity, identity, country of birth

  • Detailed country of birth and nationality analysis from the 2011 Census of England and Wales (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 16 May 2013

    Keywords: 2011 census, detailed characteristics, usual resident, long-term health problem, ethnic group, ethnicity, race, english language, main language, religion, health, care, economic activity, identity, country of birth,2011,census,detailed,characteristics,usual,resident,long-term,health,problem,ethnic,group,ethnicity,race,language,english,main,religion,care,economic,activity,identity,country,of,birth

  • 2011 Census: Characteristics of National Parks (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 19 February 2013

    An insight into the characteristics of national parks in England and Wales, and looking at how they have changed over the past decade. Using a variety of census topics, we compare the individual national parks and make comparisons with England and Wales as a whole. The 2011 Census show that national parks throughout England and Wales cover 10.8% of the land area, but currently contain just 0.7% of the total population.

    Keywords: 2011 Census, key statistics, household resident, communal establishment resident, usual resident, household composition, dependent children, long-term health problem, lone parent households, employment, ethnic group, ethnicity, race, English language, main language, religion, health, care, long-term health problem, accommodation type, household spaces, qualifications, economic activity, hours worked, employment, industry, occupation, national park

  • A comparison of the 2011 Census and the Labour Force Survey (LFS) labour market indicators (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 11 December 2012

    We look at the differences in labour market statistics between the 2011 Census and the Labour Force Survey (LFS). Reasons for these differences include; coverage and data issues, coding and classification differences and the self-completion nature of the Census. The Census was found to estimate a higher number of people who were either in employment or actively seeking work, than the LFS, with most of the differences relating to the number of women in the labour market.

    Keywords: population estimates, usual residents, population density, passports held, country of birth

  • 2011 Census and the Labour Force Survey (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 11 December 2012

    Keywords: 2011 Census, population estimates, usual residents, population density, 2011 Census, passports held, country of birth, health and provision of care, religion, ethnic group, economic activity, tenure, car or van availability, qualifications and students, Welsh language skills

  • Frequently asked questions - 2011 Census unrounded population and household estimates for England and Wales (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 24 September 2012

    We answer some frequently asked questions from the first release of unrounded results from the 2011 Census. This release provides information about the usually resident population of England and Wales, including age, sex, the number of households and the number of short-term residents.

    Keywords: usual residents, short-term residents

  • 2011 Census: Unrounded population and household estimates for Wales report (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 24 September 2012

    We look at the first release of unrounded results from the 2011 Census, providing information about the usually resident population of Wales. Further analysis is given by age, sex, the number of households and the number of short-term residents. New interactive maps provide specific views on population, household density, the change in population and the number of households between 2001 and 2011.

    Keywords: Usual residents, short-term residents, unrounded