UK Number of Infants and Young Children (Latest)

UK Open Government License (UK-GOV)Office of National Statistics (ONS)
Data is from the England and Wales 2021 Census, Northern Ireland 2021 Census, and the Scotland 2011 Census (2022 Census data is yet to be released)

Map Highlights

  1. 🍼 London's Little Leaders! The capital city is bustling with more than just business. With 7.22% of its population being infants and young children, London is leading the baby brigade in England! 👶🎡
  2. 🌊 South West's Serenity! Perhaps it's the calming coastal vibes or the clotted cream, but the South West region has the lowest percentage of infants and young children at 5.88%. A little more room for the surfers, perhaps? 🏄‍♂️
  3. 🍀 Northern Ireland's Nippers! With a whopping 7.27%, Northern Ireland slightly edges out London in the young ones' department. Must be something in that Irish charm! ☘️👼

Data Summary

Across the UK, the distribution of infants and young children provides a fascinating insight into regional demographics. The East Midlands, with its rich history and cultural tapestry, sees 6.32% of its population in the form of the youngest members. In contrast, Northern Ireland, with its lush landscapes and vibrant traditions, stands out with a remarkable 7.27% of infants and young children. This data highlights the UK's varied demographic fabric, where each region showcases its own unique blend of generations, promising a vibrant future for the nation.

About the Data

These regions in the census could also be known as:

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