Census 2011: Key Statistics for Local Authorities in Wales

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Census 2011: Key Statistics for Local Authorities in Wales

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ISBN
9781909620063
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
18 April 2013
Format
Paperback
Extent
36 pages
Dimensions
A4 (2010 x 297 mm)

This bulletin describes the population of Wales based on information collected in the 2011 Census. It captures the defining characteristics of the population, who we are, how we live and what we do.

Key figures
  • The usually resident population of Wales was 3.1 million in 2011, a five per cent increase since 2001. Nearly one in five (18 per cent, 563,000) of residents were aged 65 or over.
  • As was the case in 2001, in 2011 Wales had a higher percentage of residents with a long term health problem or disability, just under a quarter (23 per cent, 696,000), higher than any England region.
  • Fifty eight per cent (1.8 million) of residents of Wales stated Christian as their religion in 2011, a 14 percentage point drop since 2001, a larger decrease than any of the England regions. Almost one third (32 per cent, 983,000) of the population in Wales stated they had no religion in 2011, more than any of the England regions.
  • Nearly two thirds (66 per cent, 2.0 million) of the residents of Wales expressed their national identity as Welsh in 2011. Of these 218,000 also reported that they considered themselves to be British.
  • The usually resident population of Wales was 96 per cent (2.9 million) White in 2011, a higher percentage than any of the England regions.
  • Five per cent (168,000) of people in Wales were born outside the UK in 2011, an increase of two percentage points on 2001 (three per cent, 92,000).
 


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