We have been providing a range of different ways to find statistics from Census 2021 so you can access multiple combinations of data which will help answer your pressing questions. Today we have added to the offering with a further package of datasets. Jen Woolford explains the latest release and how it should be used.Read more on Latest Census 2021 products
The most recent estimates suggest one in five people in the UK are disabled. But to really understand the nature of those disabilities and the needs of people reporting them we need to do a lot more work.
In this episode of Statistically Speaking we look at what’s being done to gain insight into the lives of disabled children and adults and provide high quality qualitative data that reflects the day-to-day lives of all people in our society.Read more on Disability: When the numbers alone are simply not enough
At the Office for National Statistics, we want to give you the power to find and compare all the combinations of data you want from Census 2021. We have now released billions of statistics from the information you gave us in response to the Census. Here Jen Woolford explains how ‘Create a custom dataset’ is a unique innovation for official statistics and how it is just one of the products coming this year to help you find the data you want.Read more on New ways to access Census 2021 data
Long gone are the days when census statistics were published in huge printed volumes. Now the Office for National Statistics is making the latest census information as easy as possible to use online so everyone can navigate the breadth and depth of census information and find reliable answers to their questions. In this post Jen Woolford sets out the variety of ways in which people will be able to access the census statistics they need in coming months.Read more on What’s next for Census 2021?
Reducing the number of people who die by suicide is of paramount importance. Every death from suicide is a tragedy, and behind every statistic is an individual, a family, and a community devastated by their loss. Today we have produced analysis estimating the rates of suicide by sociodemographic characteristics to understand which groups of people are at the highest risk. Here, Isobel Ward explains the research and why it is so important.Read more on Sociodemographic inequalities of dying by suicide