The Mid-year Population Estimates for Northern
Ireland were released on 23 June and contains statistical tables of population estimates by age and sex for
Northern Ireland. The figures contribute to the
2015 Mid-year Population Estimates for the UK
published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
- The Northern Ireland 2015 mid-year population is estimated to be 1.852 million people.
- Between July 2014 and June 2015 the number of people living in Northern Ireland increased by 11,100 people (+0.6%).
- The Statistics also point to the continuing ageing of the population. Today around one person in ten is aged 70 or over, with 35,000 people aged 85 or more.
You can view the infographic under Interactive
content on the NINIS website.
Have you accessed Area Profiles on the NINIS website? Simply type in a postcode or street name into the search box and you
can access a number of statistical snapshots of your location. There are a range of profiles including Population, Economic, Age Friendly,
Deprivation, Making Life Better and Census 2011. Data is available across a range of geographies including Local Government District 2014 (LGD2014)
Data and Interactive Maps
A number of datasets and interactive maps have been updated with latest year data.
New datasets include:
Updated datasets include:
Updated Interactive Maps include:
There are no scheduled workshops over the summer months, however if you identify a need for one within your organisation please contact the NINIS team.