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This data from the 2011 Census provides data regarding the gender of residents in the DN185EX postcode area, based on 2011 Administrative hierarchy, defining each person as either male or female.
The social grade is the socio-economic classification used by the Market Research and Marketing Industries, most often in the analysis of spending habits and consumer attitudes. Originally developed by the National Readership Survey to classify their readership, they are used by many organisations and companies for market research.
Classifications for social grades are based on the occupation of the head of the household:
|Mixed White/Black Caribbean||0.3%|
|Mixed White/Black African||0.1%|
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|Very Good||Good||Fair||Bad||Very Bad|
Population general health is a self-assessment of a person's general state of health. In the Cencus people were asked whether their health was very good, good, fair, bad or very bad, and is not based on a person's health over a specific period of time.
|No deprivation||1 Dimension||2 Dimensions||3 Dimensions||4 Dimensions|
Taken from the 2011 Census, these dimensions of deprivation used to classify households are indicators based on four selected characteristics. A household is deprived in a dimension if they meet one or more of the following conditions:
A household is deemed as being deprived in none, or one to four of these dimensions in any combination.
|Christian||Buddist||Hindu||Jewish||Muslim||Sikh||Other||No religion||Not stated|
Statistics are for a person's religion, and does not take into account whether each person was a practicing member of a religion. In the 2011 Census, this question was voluntary, and where no answer was provided the response was categorised as 'Not stated'.
15hrs or less
This table outlines the data for the number of hours that a person aged 16 or more in employment in the week before the cenus, worked in their main job, and includes paid and unpaid overtime.
|1-4 O levels/CSE/GCSEs (any grades), Foundation Diploma||18.2%|
|VQ Level 1, Foundation GNVQ, Basic Skills||5.1%|
|5+ O level Passes/CSEs (Grade 1)/GCSEs (Grades A*-C), 1 A level/2-3 AS levels/VCEs, Higher Diploma||13.8%|
|NVQ Level 2, Intermediate GNVQ, City and Guilds Craft, BTEC First/General Diploma, RSA Diploma||9.3%|
|2+ A levels/VCEs, 4+ AS levels, Progression/Advanced Diploma||5.7%|
|NVQ Level 3, Advanced GNVQ, City and Guilds Advanced Craft, ONC, OND, BTEC National||6.3%|
|Degree (e.g. BA, BSc), Higher degree (e.g. MA, PhD, PGCE)||5.1%|
|NVQ Level 4-5, HNC, HND, RSA Higher Diploma, BTEC Higher Level||2.3%|
|Professional qualifications (e.g. teaching, nursing, accountancy)||5.9%|
|Other vocational qualifications||10.6%|
This table refers to the type of accommodation used by an individual household, and include terraced, flats, detached and semi-detached properties. Each property is classed as 'shared' or 'unshared'. A property is shared if the household spaces it contains have the accommodation type 'part of a converted or shared house', or not all the rooms are behind a door that only the household can use, and there is at least one ofther such household space at the same address. Residential dwellings that do not meet these conditions are classed as 'unshared'.
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|None||One Bedroom||Two Bedrooms||Three Bedrooms||Four Bedrooms||Five Bedrooms +|
This table indicates the number of bedrooms within a dwelling. A bedroom is defined as any room intented for use as a bedroom, or any other room converted into a bedroom. Bedsits and studio flats are counted as having one bedroom each.
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The geographical demographic data for DN185EX has been extracted from the Office of National Statistics, responsible for the collection and publication of UK statistics relating to population, society and economy. (ONS)
Demographic statistics are derived from the 2011 Census, which was carried out to provide a detailed analysis of the population and its characteristics.