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Demographics are the statistical characteristics of human populations such as age or income. Demographic data refers to the socio-economic information expressed statistically including employment, education, birth and death rates, marriage rates and more etc.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) collects and publishes demographic data in forms of national decennial census and ongoing releases related to the economy, labour markets, employment, people, population, community, business, industry and trade.

Nomis is an additional service provided by the ONS which publishes statistics related to population, society and the labour market at national, regional and local levels. This includes data from current and previous censuses. Local Area Reports are available on Nomis for any parish, ward, village or town for download and include information on the characteristics of people and households in the area.

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