Census 2021 analysis programme
The Census 2021 analysis programme features research that we plan to publish over the next three years using Census 2021 data. The programme will produce facts and figures about the population of England and Wales, as well as statistics that relate to important public policies. Our aim is to share the latest analysis so that decision makers can use it to shape the policies and services we all use.
The articles will become more complex over time, linking with further data, and making comparisons with other articles.
The first year of the Census 2021 analysis programme will start in 2023 and we will release more focused analysis in years two and three.
Analysis by topic
The programme includes analysis on a wide range of topics, including:
- ethnic group, national identity, language and religion
- health, disability and unpaid care
- international migration
- labour market
- sexual orientation and gender identity
- travel to work and other geographical analysis
- UK armed forces veterans
You can find the publication dates of these analytical articles in the release calendar (opens in a new tab) on the Office for National Statistics (ONS) website.
You can find out more on the Census 2021 analysis page (opens in a new tab) of the ONS website.