What was the population of the UK in the 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.

What is the population of Leicester 2020?

The current metro area population of Leicester in 2021 is 557,000, a 0.91% increase from 2020. The metro area population of Leicester in 2020 was 552,000, a 0.91% increase from 2019.

How many Bames are there in Leicester?

Ethnicity of CYP in Leicester The proportion of BME population (n=74,300) is significantly greater when compared against the England average.

What is the population of Leicester Leicestershire and Rutland?

The Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland system footprint has a population of 1,061,800.

Was the 2011 census done online?

The 2011 census was the first that could be completed over the internet, but only 16.4% of people chose to respond electronically. Next month’s census will also see around another 700,000 people accounted for in Greater London since the last one.

Does the queen do the census?

A census or count of the population of Britain has taken place every ten years since 1801. Every person living in the country on census night has to give his or her details. This includes the royal family, whose census return for 30th March 1851 is shown here.

Is Leicester a rich city?

The Bureau of Statistics of the newly formed League of Nations identified Leicester in 1936 as the second-richest city in Europe and it became an attractive destination for refugees fleeing persecution and political turmoil in continental Europe.

Is Sheffield bigger than Leicester?

The United Kingdom is made up of four constituent countries — England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, so unsurprisingly, this area has one of the largest populations in the world….Population.

Name 2021 Population
Sheffield 685,368
Bristol 617,280
Glasgow 591,620
Leicester 508,916

Is Leicester a good place to live?

Leicester has a few positives like good technology, fairly cheap houses and reasonable cost of living, but due to things like its low disposable income and poor employment statistics it still ends up in the bottom half of our table of the best places to live in the UK in 2015.

What percentage of Leicester is Indian?

Indian is the largest ethnic minority group in Leicestershire (4%) and Leicester City (28%).

Is Leicester nice place to live?

How many Muslims are in Leicestershire?


Religion 2001 2011
Number Number
Muslim 30,885 61,440
Sikh 11,796 14,457
Other religion 1,179 1,839

How many people live in the city of Leicester?

Leicester in 2011. Census 2011 estimates that Leicester is home to almost 330,000 people, making it the most populous urban centre in the East Midlands. There are 123,125 households in the city, and the average household size is 2.6 people (the largest in the region).

Where can I find population projections for Leicestershire and Rutland?

A dashboard summarising the household projections for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland is available at the link below. More information on household projections is available from the Office for National Statistics website at the link below. Every ten years the census gives us a complete picture of the nation and how we live.

What is the percentage of Christians in Leicester?

The religious aspects of Leicester are not as diverse as other cities throughout the world, but this is changing as more and more people convert to other religions, and the population continues to grow. Currently, Christianity dominates at 32.4% of the overall population.

Which is the most common language spoken in Leicester?

Distribution of ethnic groups in Leicester according to the 2011 census. The most common main languages spoken in Leicester according to the 2011 census are shown below. The following table shows the religion of respondents in the 2001 and 2011 censuses in Leicester.