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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 27 March 2011.

Latest set of Census 2011 results

The latest results, published on 20 March 2014, contain Local Characteristics for Northern Ireland. These results consist of 126 tables showing how Census topics interact with one another and are available for lower levels of geographies including Electoral Ward and Small Area (SA).

Examples of the tables include:

  • Living arrangements
  • Country of birth
  • Religion
  • General health
  • Economic activity

View statistical information on your neighbourhood

To view statistics on your local area please enter your postcode, street or area below. Please note, results open in a new tab/window.

Further information

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Contact the Census Customer Services team

If you have any queries please contact the Census Customer Services team:

You can also write to:

Census Customer Services
Census Office for NI
McAuley House
2-14 Castle Street