Selected household characteristics (2001 Census)

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A multiple deprivation measure from the 2001 census: all households and whether they are deprived on any of four dimensions or household characteristics.

Source: Census 2001

Publisher: Neighbourhood Statistics

Geographies: Output Area (OA), Lower Layer Super Output Area (LSOA), Middle Layer Super Output Area (MSOA), Ward, Local Authority District (LAD), Government Office Region (GOR), National

Geographic coverage: England and Wales

Time coverage: 2001

Type of data: Survey (census)

Notes: The table shows all households by the number of selected characteristics it has.The selected characteristics are defined within the four dimensions as follows:Employment: Any member of the household aged 16-74 who is not a full-time student is either unemployed or permanently sick.Education: No member of the household aged 16 to pensionable age has at least 5 GCSEs (grade A-C) or equivalent AND no member of the household aged 16-18 is in full-time education.Health and disability: Any member of the household has general health ‘not good’ in the year before Census or has a limiting long term illness.Housing: The household’s accommodation is either overcrowded (occupancy indicator is -1 or less); OR is in a shared dwelling OR does not have sole use of bath/shower and toilet OR has no central heating.

Update frequency: Every 10 years
Import source: DATA4NR-data4nr-export-13-01-2010.csv
External reference: DATA4NR-394
National statistic: no
Geographic coverage: 101000: England, Wales
Update frequency: Every 10 years
Temporal coverage from: 2001
Source: Census 2001
Temporal coverage to: 2001