Hampshire Facts and Figures

2011 Census Information


  • The 2011 Census took place on 27th March 2011.
  • These pages contain the data released so far for Hampshire's geography, along with various reports and factsheets.
  • A presentation has also been produced highlighting 2011 Census in Hampshire Headlines.  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 4MB
  • Further information on future releases of Census data is available in the 2011 Census Output Prospectus


Reports have been written by the Demography Team in response to the release of 2011 Census data. The Economy Team has also undertaken some economic analysis.


Clinical Commisioning Groups (CCG)

Themed infographic factsheets

The demography team has produced a a selection infographic factsheets which present themed census information in a more graphical format:

Hampshire, district & unitary Summary Factsheets

  • The Demography Team produces the following Census Summary Factsheets.
  • They present various information on population size, age structure, ethnicity, marital status, country of birth, religion and housing.
  • They are available for Hampshire and all of it’s districts (as well as the Unitary Authorities of Portsmouth and Southampton).
  • The data in the factsheets comes from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) 2011 Census as well as trend data from the 1981, 1991 and 2001 census rounds.
  • This page was last updated January 2013

Hampshire Factsheets

District Factsheets



Release 3 datasets can be provided on request by contacting the Hampshire County Council demography team

Usually resident population:

Usual residents by resident type, population density, households and average household size:

Short-term residents:

Second Addresses:

Key Statistics

Each Key Statistics file contains:

  • Information about the data.
  • Metadata.
  • Numbers.
  • Percentages -  each category is shown as a percentage of the population being measured.
  • Ranks - each category for each district and unitary authority is ranked within England and Wales, with ranks based on percentages.
  • Available in the tables below for Country, Region, County, Local Authority, Ward, Middle Super Output Area (MSOA), Lower Super Output Area (LSOA), Output Area (OA), and Parish (where available)
  • Some parishes are too small to have data published for them and are combined with other parishes. The affected parishes are listed in this small parishes excel file .xls

Quick Statistics

Each Quick Statistics file contains: