Key and Quick Statistics - second release
Between December 2012 and March 2013 ONS released 35 Key Statistics and 72 Quick Statistics tables for the Output Area and Ward geography hierarchies in England and Wales.
Following this release three excel based products have been created to present these Key Statistics and Quick Statistics data for Wiltshire, and it’s related geographies, in a summarized and user friendly way.
To help you to know which excel product is best for you, click here to see what information is contained in each of them!
The Wiltshire Census 2011 Selected Statistics Profile Tool allows users to select any combination of geography and area for three separate profiles. The Census data shown will then relate to these user-chosen areas. 245 Selected Key Statistics and Quick Statistics variables, presented across 7 themes of Population, Identity, Health and Care, Economic Activity, Transport, Housing and Accommodation, and Household Composition, provide a concise Census 2011 profile for each area.
Wiltshire Census 2011 Key Statistics Tables presents 33 separate tables containing data for Wiltshire related geographies.
Wiltshire Census 2011 Quick Statistics Tables presents 72 separate tables containing data for Wiltshire related geographies.
Wiltshire’s Community Areas are bespoke geographies so Census 2011 data for Community Areas has been created by summing whole or part ONS Output Areas. This same methodology has been used to create Wiltshire Parish Census data (rather than using ONS’ Best-fit data). More information, including an excel based Wiltshire Census 2011 Geography Lookup Tool, is available upon request by contacting Doug Anderson.
Wiltshire related geographies includes England, South West, Wiltshire, Wiltshire’s Community Areas and Parishes, and Wiltshire’s ONS Middle-Super Output Area (MSOA), Lower-Super Output Areas (LSOA), Output Area (OA), and Electoral Ward geographies. Census 2011 data for further geographies such as Towns and Settlements, and Urban/Rural will be added when this data becomes available.
Further information about the second release, including statistical bulletins, commentary and short stories on international migration, ethnic group and religion, accompanied by interactive visualisations are available on the ONS website.
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