41 publications that are related to Population estimates , sorted by release date
Population estimates by marital status and living arrangements, England and Wales: 2018 (Latest release)Annual estimates of population by legal marital status and cohabitation status by age and sex for England and Wales.
Keywords: Married, Single, Divorced, Cohabiting, Widowed, civil partnership
UK population continues to grow but at a slower rate than previously. 2018 mid-year population estimates showed the UK population reached 66.4 million, up from 66.0 million in mid-2017.
Keywords: projections, immigration, ageing, expectancy, families
The first in a series of articles that provide new data and analysis on towns in England and Wales, to help inform policy.
Keywords: population, employment, region, local, cities, town
Population estimates for the UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland: mid-2018 (Latest release)National and subnational mid-year population estimates for the UK and its constituent countries by administrative area, age, sex and components of population change.
Keywords: internal migration, population change, international migration, local authority
Developing our approach for producing admin-based population estimates, England and Wales: 2011 and 2016 (Latest release)Research into developing a new methodology to create population estimates from administrative data. These estimates are not official statistics on the population.
Keywords: administrative data, Census, population size, research, activity
Mapping the location and characteristics of high streets in Great Britain.
Keywords: retail, shopping, consumer, business types, housing
Keywords: Employment, Education, Births, Marriages, Housing
National population estimates broken down into small geographical areas (Super Output Areas, health geographies, wards, Parliamentary constituencies and National Parks).
Keywords: SAPE, LSOA, MSOA, OA, CCG
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
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