Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Celia Russell - Brexit data

2,700 views

Published on

Presentation by Celia Russell of UK Data Service as part of Open Data Manchester's What happened? The data behind the referendum event.

Published in: Data & Analytics
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Celia Russell - Brexit data

  1. 1. Making sense of Brexit? Data resources for exploring the referendum Celia Russell UK Data Service @Jisc
  2. 2. European Social Survey
  3. 3. British Social Attitudes Survey
  4. 4. Danny Dorling uses data from Understanding Society in a post-Brexit BMJ editorial on to argue that: • Mortality rates have risen in the UK in last 12 months • Self reported health has sharply declined • Attributed to austerity cuts – older middle class lost rural transport and social care • The leave campaign attributed decline in well-being to immigration rather than national failings • However, immigrants are on average younger, healthier educated – and often working in the NHS themselves Understanding Society (a major longitudinal household survey)
  5. 5. Published 06 July 2016 Cite this as: BMJ 2016;354:i3697
  6. 6. Referendum counting areas can be mapped onto 2011 UK census output areas Can explore voting patterns by: • Health • Housing type (strong association in 2015 general election) • Housing conditions • Work status • Education level • Local demographies: age, self-reported identity, nationality, ethnicities etc • Religion • Holding a passport!
  7. 7. UK 2011 census data Alasdair Rae at University of Sheffield: http://www.statsmapsnpix.com/2016/06/what-can-explain-brexit.html
  8. 8. UK 2011 census data Alasdair Rae at University of Sheffield: http://www.statsmapsnpix.com/2016/06/what-can-explain-brexit.html
  9. 9. Contextual data Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (2015): International Migration Statistics China India Poland Spain Romania
  10. 10. IMF revision of GDP growth forecasts for 2017 Data source: IMF World Economic Outlook, April 2016, updated 19 July
  11. 11. The Shed, MMU, free, open to everyone

×