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Mid-2015 Population Estimates for United Kingdom, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

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ISBN
9781785849756
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
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Publication Date
29 July 2016
Edition
2015
Format
Paperback
Extent
513 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

These are the official population estimates for the UK as at 30 June 2015. They are based on the census and are updated annually to account for population change during the period from 1 July to 30 June. The two main contributors to population change are natural change (births minus deaths) and net migration (the difference between long-term moves into and out of the UK or local areas).

Main points
  • The population of the United Kingdom at 30 June 2015 is estimated to be 65,110,000 derived from the international migration statistics published in November 2015, and birth and death registrations reported within published provisional data on births and deaths.
  • Over the year to mid-2015 the number of people resident in the UK increased by 513,300 (up 0.8%), similar to the average annual increase seen over the last decade.
  • The older population continues to grow, with over 11.6 million (17.8% of the population) aged 65 and over and 1.5 million (2.3% of the population) aged 85 and over in mid-2015.
  • Since mid-2005, the UK population aged 65 and over has increased by 21%, and the population aged 85 and over has increased by 31%. The number of males aged 85 and over has increased by 54% since mid-2005, compared to a 21% increase for females.
  • The population increase of the UK in the year to mid-2015 included natural growth (more births than deaths) of 171,800 people, net international migration of 335,600 and an increase of 5,800 people in the armed forces population.
  • Natural growth was smaller than in previous years (down 54,400) caused largely by an increase in the number of deaths (up 52,400), combined with the continuing decrease in the number of births (down 1,900). An increase in immigration (up 53,700) and a smaller decrease in emigration (down 22,300) have both contributed to the increase in net international migration compared to that seen in the year to mid-2014
 


Mid-2014 Population Estimates for United Kingdom, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

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ISBN
9781785840388
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
13 August 2015
Edition
2014
Format
Paperback
Extent
409 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

The mid-year estimates refer to the population on 30 June of the reference year and are published annually. They are the official set of population estimates for the UK and its constituent countries, the regions and counties of England, and local authorities and their equivalents. This publication relates to the first release of the mid-2014 estimates of the UK and the revised mid-2013 estimates.

Main Points
  • The population of the UK at 30 June 2014 is estimated to be 64,596,800.
  • Over the year to mid-2014 the number of people resident in the UK increased by 491,100 (up 0.77%), which is above the average annual increase (0.75%) seen over the last decade.
  • The population increase in the year to mid-2014 included natural growth of 226,200 people (777,400 births minus 551,200 deaths).
  • Net international migration of 259,700 people in the year to mid-2014 (582,600 international migrants arrived in the UK and 322,900 migrants left the UK to live abroad) also added to population growth.
  • An increase to the population in the year to mid-2014 of 5,200 was due to other changes and adjustments; mainly in the armed forces.
  • The number of births occurring in the year to mid-2014 is down on that seen in the previous year (down 1.9%), continuing the downward movement seen in births since the recent peak in the year to mid-2012.
  • Net international migration in the year to mid-2014 is the highest since the year to mid-2011 and up by 76,300 from 183,400 last year.
  • The median age of the population (the age at which half the population is younger and half the population is older) at mid-2014 was 40 years - the highest ever estimated.
  • The number and proportion of older people continues to rise, with over 11.4 million (17.7% of the population) aged 65 and over in mid-2014, up from 11.1 million (17.4%) last year.
 


Mid-2013 Population Estimates for United Kingdom, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

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Mid-2013 Population Estimates for United Kingdom, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

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ISBN
9781910535417
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
21 January 2015
Edition
2013
Format
Paperback
Extent
420 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

The mid-year estimates refer to the population on 30 June of the reference year and are published annually. They are the official set of population estimates for the UK and its constituent countries, the regions and counties of England, and local authorities and their equivalents. This publication relates to the mid-2013 estimates of the UK.

The mid-year population estimates are essential building blocks for a wide range of National Statistics. They are used directly as a base for other secondary population statistics, such as population projections, population estimates for the very old and population estimates for small geographical areas. They are used for weighting survey estimates such as the Labour Force Survey and other social surveys to ensure that they are representative of the total population, and they are used as denominators for rates or ratios, for example in health and economic indicators.

The mid-year population estimates are an important input for a wide number of economic and social statistics. Main users include central and local government and the health sector, where they are used for planning and monitoring service delivery, resource allocation and managing the economy. Additionally, they are used by a wider range of organisations such as commercial companies (for market research), special interest groups and academia as well as being of interest to the general public. 



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