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What did the 2011 UK census discover?

What did the 2011 UK census discover?

Household language The 2011 Census collected information for the first time on main language and English language skills. In 2011, all usual residents in 91 per cent (21.3 million) of households spoke English as a main language.

Can census information be used against you UK?

No. We’ll never sell or share your personal information with anyone. No one can be identified from the census and your information can never be used to target you.

How do I find old census?

Individual census records from 1790 to 1940 are maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration, not the U.S. Census Bureau. Publications related to the census data collected from 1790 to 2010 are available at

What dates were the census taken in UK?

Understanding the Censuses 1841-1921

1841 – June 6 1881 – April 3
1851 – March 30 1891 – April 5
1861 – April 7 1901 – March 31
1871 – April 2 1911 – April 2
1921 – June 19

What is a census used for UK?

The census is a survey that takes place every 10 years. It gives us the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England and Wales. Information from the census helps the government and local authorities to plan and fund local services, such as education, doctors’ surgeries and roads.

What were the main findings in the 2011 Census?

Population up 7% since 2001. Population grew in all regions. 23.4 million households; 2.4 residents per household.

How do I find out my census name?

Click the Search tab. Click Catalog. Click Place Name. Type the name of a parish or town, and click Search.

What was the growth rate according to the 2001 census report?

Statement I : According to the 2001 census report , the population growth rate was still around 1.7 % .

How many people are healthy in the UK 2011 census?

Figure 1. General health The 2011 Census in England and Wales shows that more than 26 million people reported their general health as ‘Very good’, and a further 19.1 million as ‘Good’; while only 2.5 million were in a ‘Bad’ state of health and a further 716,000 in a ‘Very bad’ health state.

When was the 2001 census held in the UK?

The 2001 Census was held on Sunday 29 April 2001. About Census 2001. The 2001 Census took place on 29 April 2001 and celebrated 200 years of census taking in England and Wales. Data and products. Information about the 2001 Census statistical outputs, data quality and other supporting information. Design and conduct.

What does the census tell us about health?

The census provides population statistics from a national to local level. This analysis discusses the results at national, regional, local and small area level. A question on self-assessed general health was included in both the 2001 and 2011 Censuses.

How has the UK’s understanding of occupational mortality changed?

Technological and societal developments have led to major changes in the nature of many occupations in recent decades, yet understanding of occupational patterns of mortality in the UK still relies largely on studies done in the 1980s.

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