What was the population of England in the 2011 census?

What was the population of England in the 2011 census?

2011 Census Census statistics help paint a picture of the nation and how we live. They provide a detailed snapshot of the population and its characteristics, and underpin funding allocation to provide public services. The population of England & Wales on Census Day, 27 March 2011, was 56,075,912. 2011 Census data

What was percentage of Christians in UK in 2001?

The response from some Church leaders to the latest census figures has been to describe them as “challenging”. Churches had pointed to the 72% of people who described themselves as Christian in the 2001 Census to help justify their claim that Britain is a “Christian country”.

How is religion measured on the 2011 census?

The 2011 Census question on religion is voluntary and measures religious affiliation, that is, how people identify with a religion irrespective of practice or belief. There may be factors, including changing social and political attitudes, which affect how people view their ethnic and religious identity.

What is the percentage of No Religion in the UK?

The Annual Population Survey data in 2011 show 27.9 per cent of the population in England and Wales have no religion, 63.1 per cent are Christian, 4.8 per cent are Muslim, 1.5 per cent are Hindu while Buddhist, Jewish and Sikh each account for less than 1.0 per cent .

What was the population of Northern Ireland in 2011?

Information on the 2011 Census in Northern Ireland, including how to access the data and supporting documents. The population of Northern Ireland on Census Day, Sunday 27 March 2011, was 1,810,863.

What was the main language in the 2011 census?

A question on main language and proficiency in speaking English was asked for the first time in the 2011 census. The question captured information through a tick-box on those who reported their main language as English (or English or Welsh in Wales). A write-in option captured languages other than English, this included Sign Languages.

How many people in Northern Ireland speak Irish?

A total of 3.7 percent of the population declared themselves able to speak, read, write and understand Irish, compared with less than 1 percent for Ulster-Scots. Proportion of the population of Northern Ireland with some language skills in Irish or Ulster-Scots in 2011