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  • 1. #2011Census WHAT WE HAVE AVAILABLE: OUTPUTS
  • 2. #2011Census What did we collect? • “Usual” and “Short-term” residents • Data to calculate alternative population bases • Weekday/Working day/Seasonal • Demographic data • Age, Sex, Marital Status • Cultural • Ethnic Group, National Identity, Religion, Language • Migration • Country of Birth, Passports, Month of Arrival
  • 3. #2011Census What did we collect? • Health and Care • General Health, Long-Term Illness, Unpaid Care • Labour Market • Economic Activity, Occupation, Industry, Quals • Addresses and Travel • Second, Workplace and Previous (1 yr ago) address • Method of Travel to Work • Housing • Accommodation, Tenure, Rooms
  • 4. #2011Census Releases to date • Numerous releases since July 2012 • Statistical Bulletins • Analysis to supplement the outputs • Interactive content • Univariate data for all topics • Age and sex, and occupied household estimates • Information about second addresses by age, sex and type • Key Statistics and Quick Statistics • Data available down to Output Area level • Around 300 people in an average OA • Range of other geographies
  • 5. #2011Census Census 2011: Population Counts • Population and household estimates • 16 July 2012 (Rounded, LA Level) • 24 September 2012 (Unrounded, LA level) • Second addresses • 22 October 2012 (LA level) • Population and household estimates • 23 November 2012 (Ward, OA level)
  • 6. #2011Census First release – Summary
  • 7. #2011Census 2011 Census: Univariate releases • Key statistics • 11 December 2012 (LA level) • Key statistics and Quick statistics • 30 Jan 2013 - Ward, OA level • 19 Feb 2013 - National Parks & „other‟ geographies • 26 Mar 2013 – Short term residents, National Identity, passports held & country of birth • 28 Jun 2013 – Built up areas
  • 8. #2011Census Population Pyramids
  • 9. #2011Census Interactive maps
  • 10. #2011Census Interactive map – change over time
  • 11. #2011Census Census 2011: Multivariate releases • Release 3.1 – May 16th • 42 Detailed Characteristics tables • Three main topic groups • Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion • Migration • Health and Care • Release 3.2a – June 28th • 34 Detailed Characteristics tables • Housing topic • Release 3.2b – July 12th • Tables relating to migration
  • 12. #2011Census Interactive line charts – comparisons between variables
  • 13. #2011Census UK Products • Population estimates • 17 December 2012 (Rounded, LA Level) • Population and household estimates • 21 March 2013 (Rounded, LA Level) • Population estimates rounded to the nearest 100 • Household estimates rounded to the nearest 10 • Releases supplemented by: • Statistical bulletins • Interactive content
  • 14. #2011Census Where to find 2011 Census Data • ONS website www.ons.gov.uk/census • Census customer services There to help you find and interpret data Tel: 01329 444972 Email: census.customerservices@ons.gsi.gov.uk
  • 15. #2011CensusData Visualisation tools available to help you understand the data in more detail ONS Homepage Data Visualisations Census Landing Page
  • 16. #2011Census Census Landing Page • Dedicated Census web pages on ONS website • Links to: • Data tables • Statistical bulletins • Data visualisations • Census Analysis • Videos • Census prospectus
  • 17. #2011Census Where to currently find Census data
  • 18. #2011Census What tools are available to help #1 • Key Statistics Interface • Available at: www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/census/2011/census-data/2001-2011- census-comparator-tool.zip
  • 19. #2011Census
  • 20. #2011Census What tools are available to help #2 • Search tables by topics • Available at www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/census/2011/census-data/2011- census-data-catalogue/2011-census-index-of-tables-and-topics.zip For help with understanding census statistics, check out: 2011 Census User Guide Cycle through details of every available table: Tables matching your selected topics Add a second topic: Add a third topic: 2011 Census Index of Tables and Topics - Search by table number or topics Select table number For details and data links: Then select an item from the tables matching your topics, and click to view details: Or search by topic: _None selected_ _None selected_ _None selected_ _None selected_ 1. Search for these topics 2. View table details Clear topics & resultsReset table search View next table
  • 21. #2011Census
  • 22. #2011Census WHAT WE HAVE DONE: ANALYSIS
  • 23. #2011Census Census Analysis work programme • Produce more timely analysis – Providing users with a planned & coordinated release programme that ties in with outputs – Prioritises analyses to meet user needs • Coordinated approach – Across ONS – Across the UK – External researchers/academics • Aim to maximise benefits
  • 24. #2011Census Why produce analysis? • To fully exploit the use of the Census data/outputs • Helping users to understand and interpret Census outputs • Adding value to Census outputs by incorporating them in topic reports, adding insight to policy and other users • Comparisons over the decade • Census recognised as source of information on ethnicity, identity, language, citizenship, nationality and religion - reflect the work in developing Census questions on these topics • More robust survey outputs
  • 25. #2011CensusHow has the analytical programme been developed? • Internal consultation – Using expertise of relevant business areas • Workshops/meetings – Taking on user views • Continued discussions with various groups – GSS Theme Groups – CLIP • Working in partnership with academics/researchers – ESRC
  • 26. #2011Census Analytical Stories – second release • Produced 14 „stories‟ • Been supplemented with podcasts/infographics • Available on ONS YouTube channel • Analysis based on univariate data • Supplementing Census data release • „Stories‟ mainly focused at higher geographical levels: • National • Regional • Local Authority – highest/lowest Religion Language Labour Market Unpaid Care International Migrants Disability General Health Travel to Work Ethnicity & National Identity National Parks Families Housing Non-UK born short term residents
  • 27. #2011Census How the analysis is being disseminated • Want to promote analysis and stimulate further analysis • easier access for users accessing analysis of Census data/outputs • widening the availability and use of analysis, potentially increasing the number of users • internal and external analysis • tool to help coordinate analysis across internal & external areas • Provide guidance to users on analysis work associated with the census • A forum to encourage discussion with users and producers of analysis
  • 28. #2011Census List of analyses based on univariate data
  • 29. #2011Census Examples of the analysis in the stories
  • 30. #2011Census Analytical stories – third release Title Release date What the Census tells us about religion in 2011 16th May – Census release 3.1 Country of birth and nationality Gender gap in unpaid care provision Unpaid care of 5 to 17 year olds 5th June Home ownership & renting 28th June – Census release 3.2 Characteristics of migrants 12th July – Census release 3.3 Ethnic variations in general health & unpaid care provision 17th July
  • 31. #2011Census
  • 32. #2011Census Where to find the analysis • Census analysis landing page • Can be linked from the main Census page • Latest stories on the main page • Sub-pages for earlier analyses by topic