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)
🏴 Scottish Age Saga! In 2011, Scotland led the pack with nearly 35% of its population being middle-aged adults. Perhaps they've discovered the fountain of youth in the Highlands?
🌉 London's Youthful Lure! With just over 31% middle-aged adults in 2021, London remains the youngest at heart among the regions. Maybe it's all the tea or the allure of the Thames?
🏖️ South East's Seasoned Citizens! The South East of England boasts a robust 33% middle-aged population in 2021. Perhaps the coastal views and historic landmarks are a magnet for the wise and experienced?
Across the UK, the distribution of middle-aged adults paints an intriguing picture of regional age dynamics. Yorkshire and The Humber, with its rugged coastlines and rich industrial past, has approximately 31.81% of its population in the middle-aged bracket. On the other hand, Scotland, known for its breathtaking highlands and deep-rooted traditions, recorded a notable 34.91% of middle-aged adults back in 2011. This data underscores the UK's diverse demographic tapestry, where each region reflects its own distinctive interplay of age groups, ensuring a dynamic and evolving national landscape.
These regions in the census could also be known as:
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