Hampshire Facts and Figures

Social and Deprivation Analysis


Latest 2015 IMD data released!

2015 IMD Deprivation Factsheets

Deprivation is widely held to be a multi-dimensional problem, encompassing a range of different types of deprivation. The English Indices of Deprivation is organised across seven distinct domains of deprivation which can be combined, using appropriate weights, to calculate the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD). There are also two supplementary indices that focus on young children and the elderly.

The Indices of Deprivation are published by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG). Although refered to as the 2015 Indices, the base data is from 2008 to 2012. Each Indices of Deprivation release is a snapshot in time and not directly comparable to earlier models. Furthermore, while the methodology used for the 2015 model is the same, the variables for some of the domains have changed.

 

2015 IMD Deprivation Data

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Indices of Deprivation Data

2015 HIOW Data Microsoft Excel 513kB

The DCLG 2015 Indices of Deprivation data for Upper tier authority, local authority district, Local Enterprise Partnership and Clincial Commissioning Group summaries can be found on the Useful Deprivation Links.

Index of MultipleDeprivation Ward Data

Using DCLG methodology average IMD scores and ranks have been calculated for England's 2014 wards. LSOAs were assigned to wards using a best fit approach. These are not official rankings and may differ to other rankings. The preferred and more appropriate small area geography for the Indices of Deprivation remains the LSOA. Ward rankings should therefore be used with some caution. The file below replaces the HIOW only tables.

2014 Ward Indices of Deprivation Average Scores Microsoft Excel 3MB

Hampshire and Isle of Wight 10% and 11%-20% Most Multiple Deprived areas

There are 1,194 LSOAs in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Of the 1,194 areas, 46 fall within the 10% most multiple deprived areas in England. Of these, nine can be found in the Hampshire County Council area, mostly in the Leigh Park Estate in Havant. Elsewhere, there are pockets of deprivation in Hampshire in the 11% to 20% most multiple deprived areas in England.

There are 68 LSOAs in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight that fall within the 11% to 20% most multiple deprived areas in England, of which 23 can be found in the Hampshire County Council area.

Combined there are 114 areas in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight that fall within the 20% most deprived multiple deprived areas in England, and 32 in Hampshire.

10% Most deprived (deciles) 11% to 20% most deprived (decile) 20% most deprived (quintile)
Hampshire & Isle of Wight 46 68 114
Hampshire 9 23 32
Isle of Wight 2 11 13
Portsmouth 16 12 28
Southampton 19 22 41

2015 Index of Multiple Deprivation Hampshire and Isle of Wight 10% most deprived and 11% to 20% most deprived areas in England

2011 LSOA code 2014 Ward Name (best fit) District Name Upper Tier IMD Score IMD Rank (1 = most deprived) IMD Decile (1 = 10% most deprived)
E01017040 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 78.132 58 1
E01017035 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 70.470 254 1
E01017103 Nelson Portsmouth Portsmouth 69.794 278 1
E01032755 Bargate Southampton Southampton 69.515 287 1
E01017037 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 67.263 409 1
E01017130 St Thomas Portsmouth Portsmouth 66.749 438 1
E01017038 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 65.433 509 1
E01017031 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 64.029 608 1
E01017281 Woolston Southampton Southampton 62.721 708 1
E01017167 Bitterne Southampton Southampton 59.954 932 1
E01017154 Bevois Southampton Southampton 58.911 1,026 1
E01017245 Redbridge Southampton Southampton 57.367 1,178 1
E01017163 Bitterne Southampton Southampton 56.851 1,245 1
E01017039 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 56.749 1,257 1
E01017280 Woolston Southampton Southampton 56.149 1,327 1
E01022905 Battins Havant Hampshire 55.556 1,397 1
E01017118 Paulsgrove Portsmouth Portsmouth 54.822 1,492 1
E01017166 Bitterne Southampton Southampton 54.576 1,530 1
E01017077 Fratton Portsmouth Portsmouth 54.432 1,542 1
E01017207 Millbrook Southampton Southampton 53.821 1,625 1
E01017036 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 52.895 1,742 1
E01017210 Millbrook Southampton Southampton 52.504 1,799 1
E01017237 Redbridge Southampton Southampton 52.270 1,838 1
E01017112 Paulsgrove Portsmouth Portsmouth 51.867 1,905 1
E01017336 Ryde North East Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 51.285 2,003 1
E01017274 Woolston Southampton Southampton 51.028 2,050 1
E01017240 Redbridge Southampton Southampton 50.942 2,063 1
E01032750 Bevois Southampton Southampton 50.591 2,121 1
E01017120 Paulsgrove Portsmouth Portsmouth 50.589 2,122 1
E01022967 Warren Park Havant Hampshire 49.808 2,261 1
E01033383 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 49.092 2,394 1
E01022968 Warren Park Havant Hampshire 48.607 2,492 1
E01022933 Hart Plain Havant Hampshire 48.596 2,495 1
E01017332 Newport East Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 48.394 2,532 1
E01017102 Nelson Portsmouth Portsmouth 48.297 2,545 1
E01022843 Town Gosport Hampshire 48.285 2,550 1
E01017053 Cosham Portsmouth Portsmouth 47.638 2,666 1
E01017250 Shirley Southampton Southampton 47.402 2,715 1
E01017205 Harefield Southampton Southampton 46.424 2,896 1
E01032882 Grange Gosport Hampshire 46.167 2,937 1
E01022917 Bondfields Havant Hampshire 46.021 2,975 1
E01017236 Redbridge Southampton Southampton 45.988 2,984 1
E01022915 Bondfields Havant Hampshire 45.595 3,058 1
E01017201 Harefield Southampton Southampton 44.781 3,230 1
E01017218 Peartree Southampton Southampton 44.725 3,242 1
E01023029 Holbury and North Blackfield New Forest Hampshire 44.724 3,243 1
E01033237 Whippingham and Osborne Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 44.000 3,416 2
E01022833 Leesland Gosport Hampshire 43.772 3,475 2
E01017168 Bitterne Southampton Southampton 43.703 3,492 2
E01017032 Charles Dickens Portsmouth Portsmouth 43.318 3,580 2
E01017331 Newport East Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 43.294 3,586 2
E01017119 Paulsgrove Portsmouth Portsmouth 43.242 3,597 2
E01022970 Warren Park Havant Hampshire 43.114 3,624 2
E01017153 Bevois Southampton Southampton 43.073 3,635 2
E01017132 St Thomas Portsmouth Portsmouth 43.067 3,637 2
E01017202 Harefield Southampton Southampton 42.715 3,730 2
E01022934 Hart Plain Havant Hampshire 42.681 3,742 2
E01022966 Warren Park Havant Hampshire 42.039 3,910 2
E01022906 Battins Havant Hampshire 41.989 3,926 2
E01017208 Millbrook Southampton Southampton 41.870 3,951 2
E01017115 Paulsgrove Portsmouth Portsmouth 41.781 3,976 2
E01022903 Battins Havant Hampshire 41.544 4,049 2
E01017155 Bevois Southampton Southampton 41.403 4,094 2
E01017345 Ryde South Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 41.006 4,220 2
E01017169 Bitterne Southampton Southampton 40.875 4,260 2
E01017241 Redbridge Southampton Southampton 40.669 4,323 2
E01017265 Swaythling Southampton Southampton 40.667 4,325 2
E01022900 Barncroft Havant Hampshire 40.581 4,351 2
E01017188 Coxford Southampton Southampton 40.547 4,363 2
E01017363 Ventnor East Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 40.473 4,379 2
E01023108 Aldershot Park Rushmoor Hampshire 40.196 4,452 2
E01032878 Town Gosport Hampshire 40.083 4,481 2
E01017139 Bargate Southampton Southampton 40.011 4,497 2
E01022818 Forton Gosport Hampshire 39.694 4,594 2
E01032879 Town Gosport Hampshire 39.656 4,602 2
E01023006 Butts Ash and Dibden Purlieu New Forest Hampshire 39.391 4,690 2
E01023119 Cherrywood Rushmoor Hampshire 39.390 4,691 2
E01017219 Peartree Southampton Southampton 38.922 4,822 2
E01017322 Newport South Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 38.834 4,842 2
E01017156 Bevois Southampton Southampton 38.806 4,858 2
E01017108 Nelson Portsmouth Portsmouth 38.710 4,890 2
E01017109 Nelson Portsmouth Portsmouth 38.552 4,940 2
E01017182 Coxford Southampton Southampton 38.483 4,964 2
E01017238 Redbridge Southampton Southampton 38.429 4,987 2
E01017328 Newport Central Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 38.245 5,054 2
E01022949 Purbrook Havant Hampshire 38.104 5,097 2
E01022820 Grange Gosport Hampshire 37.602 5,261 2
E01017216 Millbrook Southampton Southampton 37.577 5,270 2
E01022913 Bondfields Havant Hampshire 37.428 5,316 2
E01022969 Warren Park Havant Hampshire 37.349 5,345 2
E01017133 St Thomas Portsmouth Portsmouth 37.272 5,364 2
E01017272 Swaythling Southampton Southampton 37.220 5,371 2
E01022965 Stakes Havant Hampshire 37.034 5,433 2
E01017117 Paulsgrove Portsmouth Portsmouth 36.979 5,456 2
E01022942 Hayling West Havant Hampshire 35.889 5,813 2
E01017186 Coxford Southampton Southampton 35.761 5,854 2
E01017356 Shanklin Central Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 35.509 5,949 2
E01017076 Fratton Portsmouth Portsmouth 35.223 6,054 2
E01023156 Alamein Test Valley Hampshire 35.198 6,067 2
E01017149 Bassett Southampton Southampton 35.186 6,074 2
E01017340 Ryde South Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 35.092 6,115 2
E01017326 Newport Central Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 34.945 6,171 2
E01017098 Milton Portsmouth Portsmouth 34.844 6,213 2
E01017276 Woolston Southampton Southampton 34.818 6,223 2
E01017140 Bargate Southampton Southampton 34.754 6,247 2
E01022655 Bursledon and Old Netley Eastleigh Hampshire 34.721 6,260 2
E01022819 Grange Gosport Hampshire 34.576 6,318 2
E01017165 Bitterne Southampton Southampton 34.472 6,350 2
E01022964 Stakes Havant Hampshire 34.470 6,351 2
E01017337 Ryde North West Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 34.450 6,359 2
E01017253 Shirley Southampton Southampton 34.295 6,414 2
E01017116 Paulsgrove Portsmouth Portsmouth 34.201 6,452 2
E01017318 Lake North Isle of Wight Isle of Wight 34.021 6,517 2
E01017106 Nelson Portsmouth Portsmouth 33.934 6,550 2

Source: DCLG 2015

Please note that LSOAs may not fit perfectly within a ward boundary because of different criteria and boundary changes. LSOAs were assigned to a ward using the LSOA population weighted centroid.The population weighted centroid is a summary reference point for the centre of the population in the LSOA.This is the standard method that ONS use for the best-fitting of LSOA to any output geography.

2015 Index of Multiple Deprivation Map of Hampshire and Isle of Wight

IMD 2015

IMD 2015 overall deprivation map  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 5MB

Source: DCLG 2015

 

Useful Deprivation Links

Department for Community and Local Government Indices of Deprivation home page, reports and interactive maps. Also available is the Consumer Data Research Centre sites for deprivation and other data.

Home Page

DCLG 2015 Report

DCLG 2015 Technical Report

DCLG Interactive Map

CDRC Data Map

CDRC Data site

 

Bespoke analysis

Services

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We can use the latest Indices of Deprivation data (2015) to provide:

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2011 Output Area Classification 2011 (OAC 2011)

The Output Area classification (OAC) describes the character of local areas based on similar lifestyle traits. Derived from the 2011 Census theOAC has three hierarchical classifications:

  • Supergroups: 8 types of lifestyle ideal for broad descriptions, but limited in scope.

  • Groups: 26 types of lifestyle for a detailed description and the level appropriate for most analysis.

  • Subgroups: 76 types of lifestyles for the most detailed descriptions, but less easy to coherently analyse and with only subtle differences form parent groups.


OACis an open source geodemographics and offers a wide range of resources and tools for small area profiling. As OAC is Open Source data, it free for people to use and share (subject to copyright acknowledgement). The OAC User Group also provides a forum to share ideas and broaden the appeal of OAC.

OAC can be accessed via the two sources below. Descriptions and radial plots are also available:

Hampshire Local Authority Fact Sheets

Hampshire and IoW OAC 2011 Data

Data

2011 Local Authority District Classification

Like OAC assigns a three tier hierarchical cluster membership to each local authority district.

2011 Corresponding Local Authority Districts

The data is a measure of similarity between authorities using the Squared Euclidean Distance (SED) using the 59 variables from the main OAC classification. There are five measures of similarity ranging from extremely similar to not similar.

For further information, including pen portraits and radial plots:

http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/geography/products/area-classifications/ns-area-classifications/ns-2011-area-classifications/index.html