Output Area at TQ471857: National identity - UK
Location Type: Output Areas, ONS Geographic Code: E00000102
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|Population Density (people/km2)||10,179.0|
Related Census Areas
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|Unit of Measure||Person|
|Number of Response Options||17|
This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents in England and Wales by their national identity. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.
Someone’s national identity is a self-determined assessment of their own identity, it could be the country or countries where they feel they belong or think of as home. It is not dependent on ethnic group or citizenship.
Respondents could select more than one national identity.
The increase since the 2011 Census in people identifying as “British” and fall in people identifying as “English” may partly reflect true changes in self-perception. It is also likely to reflect that “British” replaced “English” as the first response option listed on the questionnaire in England.
|National identity: Total: All usual residents||397|
|British only identity||266|
|English only identity||42|
|English and British only identity||9|
|Welsh only identity||0|
|Welsh and British only identity||0|
|Any other combination of only UK identities||1|
|Scottish only identity||1|
|Scottish and British only identity||0|
|Northern Irish only identity||0|
|Northern Irish and British only identity||0|
|Cornish only identity||0|
|Cornish and British only identity||0|
|Any other combination of only UK identities||0|
|Irish only identity||0|
|Irish and at least one UK identity||0|
|Other identity only||71|
|Other identity and at least one UK identity||8|
|Non-UK identity only||71|
|UK identity and non-UK identity||8|
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