The 2011 Census was taken on 27 March 2011. Most of the Census results are now available.
The census provides accurate information on population and local characteristics that the government as well as local authorities need to develop policies, and plan and run public services such as health and education. The data is also widely used by academics, businesses, voluntary organisations and the public.
2011 Census results for Ealing
Factsheet - Main results for Ealing
A one page ready-reckoner containing key facts and figures from the 2011 Census for Ealing
Ealing ward profiles
The 2011 census results for Ealing, presented by ward. Data tables for each key statistic are provided as well as automatically generated ward summaries and comparisons.
Ealing - London borough profiles
The 2011 census results for Ealing, presented by London borough. Data tables for each key statistic are provided as well as automatically generated borough summaries and comparisons.
Release 1.1 - briefing
16 July 2012: Usually resident population by five year age bands, number of households, and short-term residents at local authority level
Release 1.2 - briefing
22 October 2012: Information on people with a second address at local authority level
Release 1.3 - briefing
23 November 2012: Population at smaller geographical levels (wards, output area), population density, and household size at local authority level
Release 2.1 - briefing
11 December 2012: Household composition, ethnicity, religion, country of birth, passports, national identity, health, housing, qualifications, labour market, marital status, household language, travel to work, etc. at local authority level
Release 2.2 - briefing
30 January 2013: Same topics as release 2.1 but with more details at ward and output area levels, plus main language of residents, proficiency in English, and number of students
Release 3.1, 3.2a & 3.2b - briefing
16 May 2013 - 12 July 2013: Release 3.1, 3.2a and 3.2b of the census information with key statistics and quick statistics information as well as the census based mid year estimates (MYE) for 2012.
Unrounded population figures
Population by age and gender
The population in Ealing by age and gender - 2011 census
Workday and short-term resident populations
The population in Ealing compared to the workday and short term resident population via key statistics
2011 Census prospectus
Contains details and schedule of various census data releases
2011 Census - reference tables
Complete data tables contained in various releases of 2011 census data
Interactive census timeline, 1911-2011
This interactive census timeline brings to life how sensitive the size and structure of population is to major events and social change. You’ll see how pandemics, medical breakthroughs, wars and social change have shaped, and continue to shape, the population of England and Wales. The population of England and Wales, 1911-2011
2011 Census comparator
Visually compare countries, regions, counties and local authorities
2011 Census interactive maps - characteristiscs
Allows users to look at specified characteristics of local authorities
2011 Census interactive maps - second addresses
Explore the percentage of people with second addresses for holiday and work, by local authority.