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Census data

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Adur and Worthing Census Summary Data


Population estimates

Population data showing age groups down to local authority level has been released by the Office of National Statistics for the 2011 Census. This data can be compared to that gathered in the 2001 Census. The attached report below shows local data for both the Adur District and the Worthing Borough with regards to this population data.

LSOA (lower super output area, approximately 1,500 population) level data Usual resident population by resident type, sex and 5 year age groups at 2001 & 2011 National Census 

Further data is due to be released during 2013. This webpage will be updated as the information becomes available.

The XLS files above, and other documents, can also be found on West Sussex JSNA website. You can filter the data available on that site by locality (eg select 'Adur' and/or 'Worthing').

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Ethnic Groups

Local data from the National Census on Ethnic Groups are shown in the reports below for both 2001 and 2011.

Comparisons between the two years are made in the key facts document:

Raw data is shown in the Excel spreadsheets below:

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Qualifications and Work

Local data from the National Census on Qualifications and Work are shown in the report below for both 2001 and 2011.

Comparisons between the two years are made in the key facts document:

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Housing Data

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National Census Data

The National Census is carried out every 10 years in England and Wales. The most recent was carried out in 2011.

The statistics collected provide a rich source of information about the number, distribution and characteristics of the population of England and Wales.

This information underpins the allocation of billions of pounds of public money nationally for services such as education, transport and health. It will also be useful on a local level to direct priorities, policy and action.

You can find information about the Censuses on the Office for National Statistics (ONS) website:

Specific Adur and Worthing Census Data is available below.

See also:

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