National Census 2001
Key Statistics relating to National Census 2001
Key Statistics are a set of tables produced from the 2001 Census by the Office of National Statistics. The Key Statistics tables give summary results covering the full range of Census topics.
The Office for National Statistics completed the second stage of delivery of the 2001 Census results in February 2003 by releasing the Key Statistics series.
The Key Statistics provide the first opportunity to see a summary of the complete results of the Census. The summary includes a set of twenty four tables that cover all local authorities in England. The table heading themes are as follows;
- Usual resident population
- Age structure
- Living arrangements
- Marital status
- Country of birth
- Ethnic group
- Health & provision of unpaid care
- Economic activity
- Hours worked
- Industry of employment
- Occupation groups
- Qualifications & students
- Socio-economic classification
- Travel to work
- Household spaces & accommodation
- Cars or vans
- Rooms, amenities & central heating
- Household composition
- Households with limiting long-term illness
- Lone parent households
- Communal establishment resident's
Key Statistics for Wards
The second part of the report was issued in June 2003, and provides Key Statistics for wards and Output Areas (small geography) as legally existing on 31st December 2002, and for wards as at Census Day 2001 (which have been superseded) to provide the first picture of Census results at local level.
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Last updated: 19th December 2011