Headline 2022 census data for England and Wales has been released and is available from the UK Data Service.
Data Impact blog
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.
The first data from the 2021 census has been released. These statistics are produced by the Northern Ireland Statics and Research Agency (NISRA) and are also available from the UK Data Service.
Helena Rosiecka discusses Census 2021 data outputs. She also considers the importance of user needs, and how the Office for National Statistics is working to improve census data outputs.
Stephanie Blanchard introduces the Office for National Statistics’ approaches to ensuring individuals and households aren’t identifiable in the 2021 Census outputs.
As part of our continuing census series, James Reid introduces the opportunities, challenges and solutions when approaching different geographies in the UK censuses.
Oliver Duke-Williams and Vassilis Routsis explore changes in the census and the importance of origin-destination or flow data.