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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics Income Deprivation - Indicator data by Rural/Urban Settlement Classifications
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Wales16252413172823232112141312111422
Large Town (Less Sparse)17272614193026252312141413131524
Small Town and Fringe (Less Sparse)15232313172722222015141211101322
Village, Hamlet and Isolated Dwellings (Less Sparse)914147111513131498875816
Large town (Sparse)1625241217302323196151514141620
Small Town and Fringe (Sparse)14202012162418191811121211101320
Village, Hamlet and Isolated Dwellings (Sparse)1015158121614151588986917

Metadata

Title
Income Deprivation - Indicator data by Rural/Urban Settlement Classifications

Last update
13/02/2020 13/02/2020

Next update
TBC

Publishing organisation
Welsh Government

Source 1
Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation, Welsh Government

Contact email
stats.inclusion@gov.wales

Designation
National Statistics

Lowest level of geographical disaggregation
Lower-layer super output areas

Geographical coverage
Wales

Languages covered
English and Welsh

Data licensing
You may use and re-use this data free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government License - see http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence

General description
The data here shows indicator data (that underlies the Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation or WIMD), broken down by age.
WIMD is the Welsh Government’s official measure of relative deprivation for small areas in Wales. It is designed to identify small areas where there are the highest concentrations of several different types of deprivation.
The full index is only updated every 4 to 5 years but some of the indicators are updated in the interim period.
Most indicators are available down to Lower Super Output Area level. This is a geography that is built from census data – it aims to outline small areas with a population between 1,000 and 3,000 people.


Data collection and calculation
There are various different methods for the different indicators – please see the WIMD 2019 Technical Report on the weblinks tab for more information.

Data reference periods
The reference periods differ across the indicators - please see the WIMD 2019 Technical Report on the weblinks tab for more information.

Users, uses and context
Please see the WIMD 2019 Publication on the weblinks tab for more information on users and uses and context.

Rounding applied
Please see the WIMD 2019 Technical Report on the weblinks tab for more information.
Please see WIMD: A guide to analysing indicator data on the weblinks tab for more information on rounding and disclosure control.

Statistical quality
For the information relating to statistical quality please see the WIMD 2019 Technical Report and the WIMD 2019 Publication on the weblinks tab.

Keywords
WIMD 2019; Multiple Deprivation; Deprivation; Social Inclusion; Indicators; LA; Local Authority; Income; Employment; Health; Education; Access to Services: Housing; Community Safety; Physical Environment