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  • 2011 Census analysis: Ethnicity and religion of the non-UK born population in England and Wales: 2011 (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 18 June 2015

    Rich source of information about the number, distribution and characteristics of the population in England and Wales.

    Keywords: british, asian, african, foreign-born, british, asian, african, foreign-born ethnic group, ethnic group

  • Research report on population estimates by ethnic group and religion (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 4 December 2019

    Office for National Statistics research work on a simple method for producing population estimates by ethnic group and religion.

    Keywords: Research, Census, Ethnicity, Population, APS

  • Population estimates by ethnic group (PEEGs) – external review (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 20 September 2017

    Office for National Statistics commissioned the University of Manchester to review methods used to produce population estimates by ethnic group (PEEGs).

    Keywords: PEEGs review report 2014, population estimates by ethnicity group, Ethnicity by LA, Ethnicity report by Ludi

  • Ethnicity pay gaps in Great Britain: 2018 (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 9 July 2019

    Earnings and employment statistics for different ethnic groups in Great Britain, using regression analysis to provide more insight into factors that affect pay.

    Keywords: earnings, pay, income, ethnic group

  • Ethnicity and National Identity in England and Wales: 2011 (Latest release)

    Article | Released on 11 December 2012

    We focus on the increasing ethnic diversity within England and Wales. Whilst the majority of the population gave their ethnic group as “White” in the 2011 Census, results from the past 20 years show a decrease, falling from 94.1% in 1991 down to 86% in 2011. London was found to be the most ethnically diverse area, while Wales was the least diverse.

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

  • Subnational population projections for England: 2018-based (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 24 March 2020

    Indicate potential future population size of English local and health authorities. Widely used in planning – for example labour market, housing, health and education.

    Keywords: local authorities, sub-national, population forecast, future population, SNPP, regional population change

  • National population projections: 2018-based (Latest release)

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 21 October 2019

    The potential future population size of the UK and its constituent countries. This is widely used in planning, for example, fiscal projections, health, education and pensions.

    Keywords: predictions, forecast, migration, births, populations

  • Subnational population projections for England: 2016-based

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 24 May 2018

    Indication of the future size and age structure of the population in the regions, local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and NHS regions of England.

    Keywords: sub-national, population forecast, future population, SNPP

  • National Population Projections: 2016-based statistical bulletin

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 26 October 2017

    National population projections provide an indication of the future size and age structure of the UK and its constituent countries based on a set of assumptions of future fertility, mortality and migration.

    Keywords: future fertility, future life expectancy, future migration, 2014npp, population forecast, future population

  • Subnational population projections for England: 2014-based

    Statistical bulletin | Released on 25 May 2016

    Indication of the future size and age structure of the population in the regions, local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and NHS regions of England.

    Keywords: sub-national, population forecast, future population, SNPP