The Hull Data Observatory has now been updated with the remaining Phase 1 univariate data from Census 2021.

Supplementing the first results, demography and migration and UK armed forces veterans data that had already been added, this update integrates data for the following topic summaries:

    • Ethnic group, national identity, language and religion
    • Labour market and travel to work
    • Housing
    • Sexual orientation and gender identity
    • Education
    • Health, disability and unpaid care

To give an idea of the scale of the undertaking, for Census 2021 we have now added about 3,800 indicators, 70 census tables and over 100,000 instances to the Hull Data Observatory.

These new indictors are located under different themes depending on the topic summary. The table below shows the top level theme in the National Data Service in each case.

Census 2021 Topic Summary Data Observatory Theme Data Observatory Sub-Theme
Ethnic group, national identity, language and religion Population Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion
Labour market and travel to work Economy Economic Activity Status; Travel to Work; Industry and Occupation
Housing Housing Households; People with second address; Communal establishments
Sexual orientation and gender identity Population Sexual orientation; Gender identity
Education Children and Young People Qualifications; Population and Pupil Characteristics
Health, disability and unpaid care/td> Health Disability, General Health and Unpaid Care

As with the previous updates, we have retained the structure the data were published in, and have also retained the name of the census table in the theme names and indicator names. This is helpful for users that are familiar with the way the census data is organised and/or the names of the tables.

Under each top level theme in the Hull Data Observatory, the old data from Census 2011 have been moved into a subtheme labelled Census 2011, to avoid confusion with the 2021 data.

Note that it is not the case that all data is available at all geographic levels. For example, the ‘detailed’ tables for Ethnicity, Identity and Religion do not contain data at LSOA 2021, nor do the tables for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

The data are displayed in the following places:

1) Map Explorers

2) Data Explorer

3) Reports