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Population, United Kingdom? Crude birth rate? Deaths? General fertility rate? Natural population change? Number of live births? Population? Population Density? Total fertility rate?
- Population Estimates
- Age Structure in West Sussex
- Internal Migration
- District Population Change
- Population Density
Annual estimates of the population living in West Sussex are provided for a range of geographies (e.g. output area, ward, district, CCG, county, region, and country). National and local authority estimates are usually updated in June each year by the Office for National Statistics for the previous year (e.g. mid-2016 estimates were released in June...
The median age provides a useful summary measure of the age structure of the population as it shows that exactly half the population is below and the other half is above the median age. In West Sussex, the median age in 2016 was 44.7 years, up from 44.5 years in 2015 and 42.4 years in 2006. The figure below shows that for most districts, the median...
The chart below shows the net internal migration flow for West Sussex in the year ending June 2016 by age group. It shows that over the 12 months leading to June 2016, more people settled in the county than left for nearly all age groups apart from 15-19 and 20-24 year olds. These young people may be those who leave the family home for the first ti...
The population increased in all districts between 2015 and 2016; the highest percentage increase was in Horsham (1.6%), the lowest in Adur (0.1%). The chart below shows the percentage change between each year by district from 2001 to 2016. It shows that there has been an increase in population each year for every district since 2006, although the p...
The mid year population estimates show us how many people live per square kilometre, as a measure of population density (how many people share a unit of space). In West Sussex, in 2016, there was estimated to be 424 people per square kilometre. There is variation across the county with Chichester having as few as 150 residents per square kilometre ...
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Hace 2 días · At the last recorded population estimate, it was estimated that the UK population was at a total of 67,081,234 people. There are 13 urban areas that exceed 500,000 inhabitants: they are centred on London , Birmingham , Glasgow , Leeds and Bradford , Southampton and Portsmouth , Sheffield , Liverpool , Leicester , Manchester , Belfast , Bristol , Newcastle upon Tyne and Nottingham .
- 10.2 per 1,000 (2020)
- 0.53% (2022 est.)
- 270/km² (700/sq mi) (2020 census)
- 67,081,234 (30 June 2020)
Hace 4 días · After Stevenage was designated a new town under the New Towns Act of 1946, the population exploded in the 1950s and 1960s. By the start of the 21st century, the 2001 population had grown to 79,715 reaching 83,957 a decade later (2011). As of 2016 the population is estimated at 87,100. Sport and leisure