What the 2011 Census tells us about Warwickshire…..

The Observatory has put together a short publication which highlights some of the Key messages for Warwickshire from2011 Census the 2011 Census. The document highlights key points from the census data and considers the possible implications of these emerging trends.

Over the last few months the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has been releasing data from the 2011 Census. Covering a range of topics, the 2011 Census will make a major contribution to our knowledge about communities in Warwickshire; their changing age structure, ethnic make-up, work and travel patterns, education and health status. All of this can help the council and other agencies plan to meet the needs of the county’s population into the future.

The paper is part of a range of products the Observatory are completing to help get the most out of data from the recent census. Our county and district profiles bring together data from the census in one place for ease of use. In addition, our Profiler Tool enables users to select  areas (Wards, Lower Super Output Areas, Parishes etc.) and obtain census data about them.

For further information about obtaining data from the 2011 Census contact the Observatory on research@warwickshire.gov.uk

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