The latest Population and Migration Estimates for Northern Ireland are now available on NINIS
The Northern Ireland Population at 30 June 2014 was estimated to be 1,840,500 people. Population and Migration Estimates for Northern Ireland 2014 are now available on NINIS.
Datasets available include:
Interactive maps available include:
Population Pyramids available include:
An infographic for this release is also available on NINIS.
Further information on population statistics is available on the NISRA website. If you are a population or migration statistics user, please complete a short feedback survey.
Additional commissioned tables have been added to NINIS and there are now 139 commissioned tables available. Recent commissioned tables available include:
CT0135NI Theme Table on Parents with Dependent Children
CT0136NI Theme Table on Parents by Sex
CT0137NI Economic Activity by Age by Sex
CT0138NI Economic Activity by Household Size by Age by Sex
CT0139NI General Health by Long-Term Health Problem or Disability by Age by Sex - Communal Establishments
A list of all standard output tables and commissioned tables from the 2011 Census in Northern Ireland is available.
For further information on the planned release schedule and what is contained in each release please view the Release plans for Census 2011 Statistics.
Registrar General’s Report
The 93rd Annual Report of the Registrar General for Northern Ireland will be published on 2 July 2015.
The report includes Annual statistics on population, births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships in Northern Ireland for 2014.
Datasets and Interactive Content will be available on the NINIS website.
A number of datasets have been updated with latest year data.
Updated datasets include -
Attendance Rates for Primary Pupils by Pupil Residence,
Attendance Rates for Post-Primary Pupils by Pupil Residence,
Average Primary School Class Size,
Participants on Training for Success and
Participants on Programme-Led Apprenticeships.
The next NINIS Workshops will take place in McAuley House on 23 June 2015, with places on an afternoon session still available. To register, visit the Workshops section of the NINIS website.