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Population and Household estimates from the 2021 Census Headlines Surrey population has increased to 1,203,100 – 6.2% increase on 2011 Census. This growth rate is lightly…

Estimates of Country of Birth, Nationality, and Migration from the 2021 Census Headlines In 2021, 17.9 per cent of Surrey residents were born outside of the UK (…

Household Deprivation Estimates from the 2021 Census Headlines Just under half of Surrey households (42.9%) were classified as deprived in some way. While Surrey had lower proportions…

UK Armed Forces Veterans from the 2021 Census The 2021 Census was the first Census to include questions around whether individuals had previously served in the armed forces. ‘…

Headlines The majority of the population in Surrey is Christian (62.8%). Muslim is the next biggest religious group (2.2%). The proportion of Christians in Surrey fell…

Headlines Surrey has become more ethnically diverse with rising numbers of people identifying with minority ethnic groups in 2011. White was the majority ethnic group at 1,023,…

Headlines English is the main language of 94% of Surrey residents. Polish and Chinese languages are the most common other languages. 88.5% of people whose main language…

Headlines The day to day activities of 13.5% of Surrey’s population are limited by a long term health problem or disability. This proportion is unchanged since…

This report brings together information from the different Census themes about people aged 65 and over. Headlines The number of people aged 65+ in Surrey increased by 13%…

Headlines One in three Surrey residents aged 16+ has a level 4 qualification One in six have no qualifications The proportion of the Surrey workforce with no qualifications…

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