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March 2014 Edition

The focus of this month’s E-zine is Census 2011.

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The 2011 Census took place on 27 March 2011. The NINIS website is the main dissemination tool for the release of the Census 2011 results, all of which can be accessed under the Census 2011 statistics theme.

An overview of the Census 2011 statistics released and published on NINIS can be viewed in the Census Interactive Timeline below. The first release of Census 2011 data on NINIS took place on 16 July 2012; the fourth main release was published on 20 March 2014.

A series of further releases, subsequent to the four main releases of Northern Ireland Census 2011 statistics, are being developed. The statistics under consideration include migration tables and statistics relating to travel to work or place of study. Key Statistics for Settlements will also be included in subsequent releases. Further detail can be found in the Census Output Prospectus.

Census Interactive Timeline

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Population

The Population Estimates Northern Ireland (2012) and revised estimates for 2001-2011 at Assembly Area, Local Government District 2014, Ward, Super Output Area and Small Area level were published on 27 March 2014. Data tables are available under the Population statistics theme on NINIS. An interactive map is also available on NINIS:


Other Data and Interactive Maps

Datasets and interactive content have been updated and added to a number of themes including Crime and Justice, Children Education and Skills and Health and Social Care.

New datasets added include:

This information can also be viewed on a new interactive map on NINIS:

NINIS Workshops

The next NINIS Workshop will take place in McAuley House on 9 May 2014 at 2pm. To register, visit the Workshops section of the NINIS website.