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2011 Census: Key Statistics for Wards

This page provides the key information from the 2011 Census on local population characteristics at a Ward or Electoral Division level.

2011 Census Key and Quick Statistics for Wards were released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) during 2013. The information has been used to compile summary 2011 Census profiles of each of the 36 Wards in the City & County of Swansea.

The broad subject areas included in each profile are:

  • Population and age structure 
  • Marital/Civil Partnership status 
  • Welsh language skills 
  • Country of birth 
  • Ethnic group and religion 
  • Health and care 
  • Qualifications 
  • Economic status and employment by industry/occupation 
  • Method of travel to work and hours worked 
  • Household occupancy, composition, tenure and amenities 
  • Accommodation type.

For comparison purposes, equivalent profiles have also been produced for the PDF Document City and County of Swansea (PDF, 107KB)Opens new window and PDF Document Wales (PDF, 107KB)Opens new window. A separate ' PDF Document 2011 Census Glossary (PDF, 87KB)Opens new window' file is also available, which provides further information on each broad profile topic with definitions.

2011 Census Ward data is also available as a series of PDF Document Key Indicators (PDF, 1MB)Opens new window, which provides an analysis of various population, economic and household characteristics for the 36 Wards in Swansea on a ranked basis.

Further ward-level information from the 2011 Census, along with statistics from other data sources, is also included in our Ward Profiles.

2011 Census profiles have also been prepared for other local areas in Swansea, including the three current Parliamentary/Assembly Constituency Areas and the five Communities First Cluster areas.

If you require any further information or advice on the availability of local data for areas in Swansea from the 2011 Census, please contact us.

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