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Data Provider: Welsh Government Experimental Statistics Analysis of protected characteristics by area deprivation – Ethnicity

Data from the Annual Population Survey on protected characteristics by Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation 2019 deprivation groups

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Year[Filtered]
Measure[Filtered]
Measure2
[Collapse]Ethnicity[Filter]
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Ethnicity 1
Deprivation Group[Filter]
[Expand]Click here to sortBlack, Asian Minority ethnic group[Collapse]TotalClick here to sortTotal
Click here to sortWhiteClick here to sortBlack/ African /Caribbean/Black BritishClick here to sortAsianClick here to sortMixed/ Multiple ethnic groupsClick here to sortNo responseClick here to sortOther
All LSOAsTotal percentage or number of people living in all LSOAs.100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0(!!) The data item is based on between approximately 10 and 25 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.100.0100.0100.0
Most deprived 10% of LSOAs in Wales (ranks 1 - 191)The percentage or number of people living in the most deprived 10% of Welsh LSOAs.20.68.335.018.913.1(!!) The data item is based on between approximately 10 and 25 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.*The data item is disclosive or not sufficiently robust for publication17.49.0
Most deprived 10-20% of LSOAs in Wales (ranks 192 – 382)The percentage or number of people living in the most deprived 10% to 20% of Welsh LSOAs.14.69.017.412.117.4(!!) The data item is based on between approximately 10 and 25 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.*The data item is disclosive or not sufficiently robust for publication15.49.3
Most deprived 20-30% of LSOAs in Wales (ranks 383 - 573)The percentage or number of people living in the most deprived 20% to 30% of Welsh LSOAs.10.39.4(!!) The data item is based on between approximately 10 and 25 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.8.59.512.8(!!) The data item is based on between approximately 10 and 25 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.*The data item is disclosive or not sufficiently robust for publication12.09.4
Most deprived 30-50% of LSOAs in Wales (ranks 574 - 955)The percentage or number of people living in the most deprived 30% to 50% of Welsh LSOAs.18.820.29.723.119.0(!!) The data item is based on between approximately 10 and 25 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.*The data item is disclosive or not sufficiently robust for publication17.020.1
Least deprived 50% of LSOAs in Wales (ranks 956-1909)The percentage or number of people living in the least deprived 50% of Welsh LSOAs.35.653.229.436.437.7(!!) The data item is based on between approximately 10 and 25 responses to the survey, and is categorised as being of low quality.62.338.252.3

Metadata

Title

Analysis of protected characteristics by area deprivation – Ethnicity

Last update

November 2020 November 2020

Next update

Not a regular output

Publishing organisation

Welsh Government

Source 1

Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation, Welsh Government

Source 2

Annual Population Survey, Office for National Statistics

Contact email

stats.inclusion@gov.wales

Designation

Experimental statistics

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

This table presents data on people in Wales broken down by protected characteristic and WIMD deprivation group.

The data shows the risk and number of people from various protected characteristic groups living in LSOAs in each WIMD deprivation group. It also shows the share of people living in each deprivation group by protected characteristic.

WIMD is the Welsh Government’s official measure of relative deprivation for small areas in Wales. It is designed to identify those small areas (LSOAs) where there are the highest concentrations of several different types of deprivation. WIMD ranks all small areas in Wales from 1 (most deprived) to 1,909 (least deprived). WIMD rankings for this analysis have been grouped into ‘Deprivation Groups’. These have smaller groups of LSOAs at the more deprived end of the distribution (most deprived 10% of all Welsh LSOAs), where the difference between areas is greater than at the less deprived end (least deprived 50% of all Welsh LSOAs). For more information on the measures used in WIMD please see the WIMD links in the weblinks tab.


Rounding applied

Figures are rounded to the nearest 100 and so there may be some apparent slight discrepancies between the sum of constituent items and the totals as shown.

Statistical quality

Annual population data comes from a survey, the results are sample-based estimates and therefore subject to differing degrees of sampling variability, i.e. the true value for any measure lies in a differing range about the estimated value. This range or sampling variability increases as the detail in the data increases.

For statistical quality information on WIMD data, please see the WIMD 2019 Technical Report and the WIMD 2019 Publication on the weblinks tab.

Keywords

• WIMD 2019;
• Multiple Deprivation;
• Deprivation;
• Social Inclusion;
• Religion;
• Equality & Diversity
• Ethnicity
• Disabled Status
• Marital Status
• Age
• Sexual identity