In part 2 of his census, pandemic & travel to work post, Dr Oliver Duke-Williams, the UK Data Service Director for Census, looks at what the future might hold, and discusses the impact of the Scottish census taking place in 2022, and how we can use this offset as a natural experiment.
Data Impact blog
In part one of this two-part blog looking at the travel to work data from the 2021 Census, Dr Oliver Duke-Williams, the UK Data Service Director for Census, looks at some of the interesting findings in the data on journeys to work.
The release of census 2021 data on migration and race provides evidence on how the population is changing. Nigel de Noronha seeks to provide advice on what data is available about race and migration from the 2021 census and encourage responsible use of it by highlighting appropriate ethical considerations.
The past couple of weeks have seen some significant releases of Census 2021 data. We took a look at some Census “firsts” in these releases, including new statistics on marriage, civil partnerships and veterans as well as some new visualisation tools.
Last week saw the second release of census data by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA). The newly released data, as a bundled file and individual files for the topics released, can be downloaded from our bulk download tool.
Headline 2022 census data for England and Wales has been released and is available from the UK Data Service.
Professor David Martin, Deputy Director of the UK Data Service, explores possible future directions for the UK censuses.
Dave Rawnsley explores how question design and definitions give a unique picture of the changing social and geographic nature of the UK’s population across the past fifty years.
Professor David Martin, Deputy Director of the UK Data Service, discusses how the UK censuses have adapted to change over the past sixty years and some of the challenges we face in 2021/22.