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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics Limiting long term illness or disability by local authority
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Limiting HealthWhether has a health problem or disability that limits day-to-day activities, which has lasted , or is expected to last, at least 12 months.[Filter]
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Wales[Expand]Isle of Anglesey69,7518,1427,97053,639
[Expand]Neath Port Talbot139,81216,62022,492100,700
[Expand]The Vale of Glamorgan126,33613,09112,538100,707
[Expand]Rhondda, Cynon, Taff234,41026,67733,912173,821
[Expand]Merthyr Tydfil58,8026,5259,27143,006
[Expand]Blaenau Gwent69,8148,02210,98750,805



2011 Census: People with a long term health problem


Knowledge and Analytical Services, Welsh Government

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Last update: 25th September 2012

Source: Census 2011, Office for National Statistics

Results of the 2011 Census were published on 16th July 2012 by the Office of National Statistics. Unrounded results were published on 24th September 2012.

For the 2011 Census, a usual resident of the UK is anyone who, on census day 2011, was in the UK and had stayed or intended to stay in the UK for a period of 12 months or more, or had a permanent UK address and was outside the UK for less than 12 months. For more information see
The age of a person is derived from their date of birth. It is their age in years on their last birthday up to and including census day 2011. Dates of birth that imply an age over 115 are treated as invalid and the person's age is imputed.
These are the first results to be published from the 2011 Census.
Further results are due to be published in November 2012.