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This release provides the second set of 2011 Census Key and Quick Statistics tables for each local authority district in the UK.
Defining characteristics of the UK population on the topics of population, ethnic group and country of birth, health and housing and accommodation.
This is the first release of small area statistics from the 2011 Census, with extra information to supplement the results published on 16 July 2012.
This census product provides a small sample of non-disclosive microdata as an educational tool to assist with the teaching of statistics and social sciences.
2011 Census: Detailed characteristics on communal establishments for 2011 Census merged local authorities in England and Wales
This release provides detailed characteristics tables on the topic of communal establishments for merged local authorities in England and Wales.
Health expectancies at birth and at age 65 in the UK, based on 2011 Census health and disability prevalence data
Estimates of health state life expectancies for the UK, its constituent countries and their sub-national areas using 2011 Census health and disability prevalence data.
2011 Census: Detailed characteristics for 2011 Census merged wards and Middle Layer Super Output Areas in England and Wales
This release provides the first detailed cross tabulations of two or more topics from the census for Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs) and for 2011 Census merged wards.
2011 Census internal migration statistics for the UK give estimates that classify people and households in areas within the UK and those having moved from each area to elsewhere within the UK in the year preceding the Census.
2011 Census: Detailed characteristics on qualifications for 2011 Census merged wards and Middle Layer Super Output Areas in England and Wales
Detailed characteristics tables focusing on qualifications - these cross tabulations of two or more topics from the 2011 Census provide the greatest level of detail possible for wards.
Small population statistics giving key characteristics of people in specific small population groups such as individual ethnic groups, or those with a specific country of birth - for local authorities above a disclosure control threshold.