The 2011 Census - help tomorrow take shape
Why have a Census?
The Census collects information every 10 years about the characteristics of people and households in Northern Ireland. It is used by central and local government, health authorities and many other organisations to plan and provide future services. The last Census was held on the 27 March 2011.
Latest set of Census 2011 results
Phase one of Census 2011 Detailed Characteristics for Northern Ireland was published on 16 May 2013. This first phase of the publication consists of a set of 95 tables at the Northern Ireland level that focus on identity, religion and health.
Examples of the tables include:
- religion or religion brought up In by age/by sex
- national identity by religion or religion or religion brought up in
- general health by long-term health problem or disability by age/by Sex
- economic activity by hours worked by long-term health problem or disability by sex
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Census Customer Services
Census Office for NI
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