Small Population Tables (Middle Super Output Areas in England and Wales) - detailed Cornish tables

Dataset population: Persons in England and Wales whose national identity is Cornish

Small population tables provide census data for some of the key characteristics of people in specific small population groups - for example individuals of an ethnic group, or with a National Identity - in which the small size of the total population in that group means confidentiality constraints limit the release of more detailed standard statistics.

These small population data are produced only for geographic areas in which the small population being counted reaches a certain threshold (100 or 200 persons depending on the level of detail in the table). Only the areas in which the population exceeds this threshold are included in each table. This means that all tables do not contain the same geographic areas, because those exceeding the threshold will vary depending on the small population being counted. This product enables detailed tables to be made publically available, where a significant small population is clustered within a small geographic area. Total population counts for England and Wales are also provided for each table.

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Last Updated September 20, 2022, 17:12 (BST)
Created September 20, 2022, 16:57 (BST)
Visibility Public
Year 2011
Topics Demography
Education and qualifications
Labour market
Travel to work or study
Units Persons
Geographic Layer Countries
Local Authorities
Middle Super Output Areas
Frequency Decennial
Citation Office for National Statistics; National Records of Scotland; Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency; UK Data Service. DOI:
Geographical Coverage Location England and Wales
Granularity Country level, Local Authorities and Middle Super Output Areas
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