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UK Population 2016

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  1. 1. Demography of the United Kingdom NASA VIIRS image, indicating population centres of the UK and Ireland PRESENTATION BY UKpopulation2016.com
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION •A census is taken simultaneously in all parts of the UK every ten years. • The Office for National Statistics is responsible for collecting data for England and Wales, the General Register Office for Scotland and the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency each being responsible for censuses in their respective countries. •In the 2011 census the total population of the United Kingdom was 63,181,775. •It is the third-largest in the European Union, the fifth-largest in the Commonwealth and the 21st-largest in the world •Its overall population density is one of the highest in the world at 259 people per square kilometre, due to the particularly high population density in England. Almost one-third of the population lives in England's southeast, which is predominantly urban and suburban, with about 8 million in the capital city of London, the population density of which is just over 5,200 per square kilometre.
  3. 3. •The UK's population is predominantly White British. Being located close to continental Europe, the countries that formed the United Kingdom were subject to many invasions and migrations, especially from Scandinavia and the continent, including Roman occupation for several centuries. •Historically, British people were thought to be descended mainly from the different ethnic stocks that settled there before the 11th century: pre-Celtic, Celtic, Anglo- Saxon, Viking and Norman. Although Celtic languages are partially spoken in Scotland, Cornwall, and Northern Ireland, the predominant language overall is English. In North and West Wales, Welsh is widely spoken as a first language, but much less so in the South East of the country, where English is the predominant language
  4. 4. Population Part Population (2011) Percentage (2011) Area Population density England 53,012,456 83.9 130,427 km² 406/km² Scotland 5,295,000 8.4 78,772 km² 67/km² Wales 3,063,456 4.8 20,778 km² 147/km² Northern Ireland 1,810,863 2.9 13,843 km² 130/km² United Kingdom 63,181,775 100 243,820 km² 259/km² •The estimated population of the United Kingdom in the 2011 census was 63.182 million of whom 31.029m were men and 32.153m women. •Based on the 2011 census the population of England was 53.012m (84% of the UK), Scotland was estimated at 5.295m (8.4%), Wales was 3.063m (4.8%) and Northern Ireland 1.811m (2.9%).
  5. 5. There are 13 urban areas which exceed 500,000 inhabitants, these being centred on London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds and Bradford, Southampton and Portsmouth, Sheffield, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Belfast, Bristol, Newcastle upon Tyne and Nottingham Map of population density in the UK as at the 2011 census.
  6. 6. Ages attained (years) Population % of total 0–4 3,914,000 6.2 5–9 3,517,000 5.6 10–14 3,670,000 5.8 15–19 3,997,000 6.3 20–24 4,297,000 6.8 25–29 4,307,000 6.8 30–34 4,126,000 6.5 35–39 4,194,000 6.6 40–44 4,626,000 7.3 45–49 4,643,000 7.3 50–54 4,095,000 6.5 55–59 3,614,000 5.7 60–64 3,807,000 6.0 65–69 3,017,000 4.8 70–74 2,463,000 3.9 75–79 2,006,000 3.2 80–84 1,496,000 2.4 85–89 918,000 1.5 90+ 476,000 0.8 Age structure for each five year band Population pyramid for the United Kingdom as at the 2011 census.
  7. 7. Age group Population %Male (million) Female (million) Total (million) 0–14 5.681 5.419 11.100 17.6 15–64 20.751 20.953 41.704 66.0 65+ 4.597 5.781 10.378 16.4 All ages 31.029 32.153 63.182 100 Age structure for men and women in 2011: Current vital statistics: •Live births from January to December 2012 = 812,970 •Live births from January to December 2013 = 778,805 •Total deaths from January to March 2012 = 153,800 •Total deaths from January to March 2013 = 160,900
  8. 8. Ethnic Group 2001 2011 Number % Number % White 54,153,898 92.12% 55,073,552 87.17% White: Irish Traveller 63,193 0.10% Asian or Asian British: Total 2,578,826 4.39% 4,373,339 6.92% Asian or Asian British: Indian 1,053,411 1.79% 1,451,862 2.30% Asian or Asian British: Pakistani 747,285 1.27% 1,173,892 1.86% Asian or Asian British: Bangladeshi 283,063 0.48% 451,529 0.71% Asian or Asian British: Chinese 247,403 0.42% 433,150 0.69% Asian or Asian British: Asian Other 247,664 0.42% 861,815 1.36% Black or Black British 1,148,738 1.95% 1,904,684 3.01% British Mixed 677,117 1.15% 1,250,229 1.98% Other: Total 230,615 0.39% 580,374 0.92% Total 58,789,194 100.00% 63,182,178 100.00% Census estimate for the main ethnic group categories:
  9. 9. Country of birth Immigrants in the UK (2011 Census) India 722,433 Poland 654,010 Pakistan 502,796 Ireland 468,142 Germany 299,746 China 284,069 Bangladesh 214,091 South Africa 203,477 Nigeria 201,184 United States 197,355 Jamaica 160,775 Italy 141,205 Kenya 140,536 Frankce 137,862 Philippines 129,836 Sri Lanka 129,076 Australia 126,316 Zimbabwe 123,671 Lithuania 108,711 Somalia 103,049 Below are the 20 largest immigrant groups in the UK according to the 2011 census: Map showing the percentage of the population who are not white according to the 2011 census.
  10. 10. Religion 2001 2011 Number % Number % Christian 42,079,41 7 71.58% 37,583,96 2 59.49% Muslim 1,591,126 2.71% 2,786,635 4.41% Hindu 558,810 0.95% 835,394 1.32% Sikh 336,149 0.57% 432,429 0.68% Jewish 266,740 0.45% 269,568 0.43% Buddhist 151,816 0.26% 261,584 0.41% Other religion 178,837 0.30% 262,774 0.42% No religion 16,221,50 9 25.67% Religion not stated 4,528,323 7.17% (No religion and Religion not stated) 13,626,29 9 23.18% 20,749,83 2 32.84% Total populatio n 58,789,19 4 100.00% 63,182,17 8 100.00% This chart shows the proportion of UK citizens responses with regards to their religion at the 2011 census. Religion in the United Kingdom
  11. 11. National identity United Kingdom Country England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland English only 51.41% 60.38% 2.28% 11.22% 0.60% Scottish only 5.93% 0.79% 62.43% 0.50% 0.37% Welsh only 3.26% 0.55% 0.15% 57.51% 0.06% Northern Irish only 0.81% 0.21% 0.33% 0.14% 20.94% British only 18.77% 19.19% 8.37% 16.95% 39.89% English and British only 7.82% 9.09% 1.26% 1.54% 0.27% Scottish and British only 1.67% 0.15% 18.29% 0.07% 0.09% Welsh and British only 0.44% 0.11% 0.06% 7.11% 0.02% Northern Irish and British only 0.22% 0.03% 0.15% 0.02% 6.17% Other combination of UK identities only (excludes Irish) 0.45% 0.37% 1.01% 1.10% 0.13% Other identity and at least one UK identity 0.97% 0.90% 1.25% 0.43% 3.05% Irish only 1.31% 0.64% 0.41% 0.32% 25.26% Other 6.94% 7.59% 4.01% 3.10% 3.12% Total 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% 100.00% National identity Respondents to the 2011 UK census gave their national identities as follows
  12. 12. REFERENCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demography_of_the_United_Kingdom http://ukpopulation2016.com

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