North East Lincolnshire in 2011 Census figures - race, religion, work and more revealed in statistics
Figures which show the race, religion, marital status, work status and educational standards of people in North East Lincolnshire have been revealed today.
Data from the 2011 Census shows how the area was made up on Census day in 2011, including details of all the borough’s 159,616 men, women and children.
It shows that, of the 129,377 people aged over 16, 58,434 are married and 185 are in a registered same-sex civil partnership.
Compared to the national average of 22.7 per cent, 29.5 per cent of residents over the age of 16 have no qualifications. Additionally, only 16.2 per cent have a Level 4 qualification or higher (such as a Certificate/Diploma of Higher Education) compared to the national average of 27.2 per cent.
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Health-wise, 44 per cent of residents said their condition was ‘Very Good’ with just 4.7 per cent saying they were in ‘Bad health’ and a further 1.3 per cent in ‘Very Bad health’.
93.7 per cent of North East Lincolnshire residents were born in England and 73.5 per cent identified themselves as being English with a further 10.5 per cent defining themselves as ‘English and British’.
95.4 per cent of the area’s population described their ethnicity as ‘White British’.
At the time of the Census, the area had 19,086 part-time employees, 42,039 full-time employees, 7,484 self-employed people and 7,486 unemployed people. 5,635 people are listed as 'looking after home or family'.
The borough has 5,612 people listed as disabled or long-term sick and 2,506 listed as 'economically inactive: other'.
Additionally, 1,118 people are listed as unemployed and have never worked and 3,143 are long-term unemployed.
Unsurprisingly, a high percentage of those in work in the area are employed in the manufacturing industry – 15.6 per cent compared to the national average of 8.9 per cent.
When it comes to religious beliefs, North East Lincolnshire residents are largely split between Christianity (60.7 per cent) and those who say they have no religion (30.4 per cent).
Interestingly, the borough is home to 624 of England and Wales’ 176,632 Jedi Knights and a further 18 people said their religion was Heavy Metal.
To see more data from the 2011 census, click here