Census 2011: Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for Wards and Output Areas in England and Wales

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Census 2011: Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for Wards and Output Areas in England and Wales: January 2013

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Census 2011: Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for Wards and Output Areas in England and Wales: January 2013
Includes CD with accompanying excel tables

£25.00
ISBN
9781909620124
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
9 May 2013
Format
Paperback
Extent
25 pages plus CD-ROM of Excel tables
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

• Ninety two per cent (49.8 million) of usual residents aged three years and over spoke English (English or Welsh in Wales) as their main language.
• Of the eight per cent (4.2 million) of usual residents aged three years and over with a main language other than English, 79 per cent (3.3 million) could speak English very well or well.
• In 2011, less than half a per cent (138,000) of all usual residents aged three years and over could not speak English.
• The second most reported main language was Polish (one per cent, 546,000), followed by Panjabi (half of one per cent, 273,000) and Urdu (half of one per cent, 269,000).
• The percentage of usual residents in households who were part of a one family married couple household, where at least one household member was aged under 65 years, decreased by six percentage points from 50 per cent (25.3 million) in 2001 to 44 per cent (24.4 million) in 2011.
• The percentage of usual residents in households who were part of a one family cohabiting couple household, where at least one household member was aged under 65 years, increased by two percentage points from ten per cent (4.9 million) in 2001 to 12 per cent (6.5 million) in 2011.
• In 2011, the majority of 16 to 74 year olds in employment travelled to work by driving a car or van (58 per cent, 15.3 million). The second most reported method of travel to work for 16 to 74 year olds in employment was by foot (11 per cent, 2.8 million), whilst the third was travel by bus, minibus or coach (seven per cent, 1.9 million). 


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