The Population of the UK, Chapter 9

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Accompanying slides for the book "The Population of the UK" by Danny Dorling, Cartography by Benjamin Hennig, published by Sage (2012)
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The Population of the UK, Chapter 9

  1. 1. http://www.dannydorling.org/books/ukpopulation THE POPULATION The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield OF THE UK A different view of life in the United Kingdom by Danny Dorling and Benjamin D. Hennig Chapter 9 HOME …THE SETTLEMENTS OF SOCIETY
  2. 2. Population density 2001 Data source: UK population Census 2001, calculated for this book as population- weightened density (local authorities are base units) The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of SheffieldHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.1
  3. 3. Population potential 2001 Data source: UK population Census 2001, calculated for this book as the population per metre away from each local authority to every other, and a population-weighted mean calculated for each area shown The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of SheffieldHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.2
  4. 4. Change in population potential 1991-2001 Data source: UK population Censuses 1991 and 2001, population potential calculated for this book by local authority (see Figure 9.3), 1991 The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield statistics substracted from 2001 and a population-weighted mean shownHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.3
  5. 5. Change in the proportion of people living in flats 1991-2001 Data source: UK population Censuses 1991 and 2001, calculated for this book The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of SheffieldHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.4
  6. 6. People by dominant economic activity The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield compared with the UK average Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authorityHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.5
  7. 7. Tenure of households 1991-2001 The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield compared with the UK average Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authorityHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.6
  8. 8. Households with seven or more rooms Data source: UK population Census 2001, calculated for this book The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of SheffieldHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.7
  9. 9. Households with three or more cars Data source: UK population Census 2001, calculated for this book The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of SheffieldHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.8
  10. 10. The landscape of unpaid care for the ill The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield compared with the UK average Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authorityHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.9
  11. 11. Institutional care in old age and illness The most unusually large group displayed here is shown when each area is The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield compared with the UK average Data source: Analysis of the 2001 Census Key Statistics by local authorityHome…the settlements of society Figure 9.10
  12. 12. Key Point Summary • Britain is metaphorically tilting, people are leaving the north west, moving into the south The Population of the UK – © 2012 Sasi Research Group, University of Sheffield • People in the south and Wales are more likely to be buying their home or to own it outright • You are more likely to end up in a private nursing home in your final days in the southHome…the settlements of society

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