Tag: Census

The 2021 Census initial view on content for England and Wales (Topic Consultation)

The Census Transformation Programme ran a public consultation between 4 June and 27 August 2015 inviting responses to their initial view on content for the 2021 Census. An overview of the received responses is now available from the ONS website.…

Census Applications: Using the UK’s population census data

16 – 17 July 2015

Humanities Bridgeford Street Building, University of Manchester

Now that nearly all census outputs are out and being used the UK Data Service are hosting a two-day conference to celebrate the UK censuses.

The conference will …

Give your views on Scotland’s Census 2011

National Records of Scotland (NRS) are seeking views from users about their use of Scotland’s Census 2011 outputs through a survey to evaluate what NRS did well and what could be improved upon.   Your views and input are needed to …

BSPS conference – call for papers

BSPS (British Society for Population Studies) Annual Conference  Leeds University, 7th-9th September 2015

The BSPS Annual conference is in Leeds this year, September 7th – 9th. We are seeking offers of 15 – 20 minute presentations on the following aspects …

Map reveals most common second languages in London boroughs

The website RandomlyLondon has recently posted a map illustrating the second most commonly spoken languages in each of the London boroughs. The map, which is based on data from the 2011 Census, reveals that Polish and Turkish are the second …

Counting the population: the 2021 Census and beyond

The Royal Statistical Society has released a report detailing the move to an online census in 2021. Ian Cope of the ONS mapped out the details of the plans, supplemented by research into the further use of administrative and survey …

ONS publishes conclusions on the future of the Census

The ONS has recommended that the 2021 census is carried out predominantly online. This follows the three month consultation on the future of the census that LARIA took part in. The full set of consultation responses and the ONS’s conclusions …

#Factoids – ONS

The ONS have Tweeted some interesting factoids. Did you know that in the 2001 census, 390k people put Jedi Knight down as their religion – this dropped to 176k in 2011.

Can you share any interesting facts?…

LARIA response to ONS consultation on future of the Census

The census and future provision of population statistics in England and Wales

The answers below are in response to the ONS consultation document available here

Q1: What are your views of the different census approaches described in this document?

LARIA …