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Census

The Census is the largest single survey of the UK population.

The Census aims to count all people and households at the same time. By asking a core set of questions it allows comparison between different areas and different groups of people.

The information from the Census enables central and local government to target resources and plan service provision more effectively.  It also provides a broad range of demographic, social and economic statistics for use by other public services, the business and academic sectors, and the community.

2021 Census - first results: ONS published the first census results for local authority areas in England and Wales on 28 June 2022.  For further information on the initial results for Swansea, visit www.swansea.gov.uk/2021census_results.

Population characteristics: A broad range of 2021 Census statistics for Swansea on population and household characteristics are available at this link: www.swansea.gov.uk/2021censusswansea.

Local area statistics: Census statistics for local areas in Swansea are available in our ward profiles.  Further 2021 Census statistics for local areas will be added to our pages shortly.

Background information about the 2021 Census is available via www.swansea.gov.uk/2021census.

Local statistics and information from earlier Censuses: 201120011991.

2021 Census: first results

The first census results for local authority areas in England and Wales were published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on 28 June 2022.

2021 Census: population characteristics

This page provides 2021 Census information and statistics on population and household characteristics in Swansea by theme.

About the 2021 Census

Census Day was Sunday 21 March, 2021.

2001 Census

2001 Census statistics for local areas in Swansea.

1991 Census

Summary local information from the 1991 Census.
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Last modified on 02 January 2024