Haringey Census Statistics
The Census is a survey of all people and households in the UK and has been carried out every 10 years since 1801. The last Census was held on 27 March 2011.
The Census is the most comprehensive source of information about the population available. It is important because every effort is made to include everyone so it sketches a detailed picture of the entire population.
The Census provides information that allows central and local government and other organisations to target their resources more effectively to provide the best services possible.
The Business Intelligence Team has produced ward profiles and other analysis from the 2011 Census.
You can download Census information about Haringey by following the links below:
- Census 2011 - Haringey population (PDF, 619KB)
- Census 2011 - Briefing on Key statistics tables (PDF, 942KB)
- 2011 Population Statistics (PDF, 516KB)
Key statistics tables, data and analysis can be found in the spreadsheet below
Quick statistics tables and detailed characteristics datasets are available on the Nomis website (external link).
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