Northern Ireland census 2011 results
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NUTS3All usual residentsReligion: CatholicReligion: Presbyterian Church in IrelandReligion: Church of IrelandReligion: Methodist Church in IrelandReligion: Other Christian (including Christian related)Religion: Other religionsReligion: No religionReligion: Religion not statedReligion: Catholic (%)Religion: Presbyterian Church in Ireland (%)Religion: Church of Ireland (%)Religion: Methodist Church in Ireland (%)Religion: Other Christian (including Christian related) (%)Religion: Other religions (%)Religion: No religion (%)Religion: Religion not stated (%)
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Northern Ireland1,810,863738,033345,101248,82154,253104,38014,859183,164122,25240.7619.0613.7435.760.8210.116.75
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Belfast280,962117,71240,46332,03510,33413,0874,25837,23925,83441.914.411.43.684.661.5213.259.19
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East of Northern Ireland438,823142,092112,74361,42812,45132,1333,30548,31226,35932.3825.69142.847.320.7511.016.01
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North of Northern Ireland288,597148,76952,26936,2702,60310,3121,66417,62119,08951.5518.1112.570.93.570.586.116.61
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Outer Belfast390,59781,24398,14266,82522,11032,1783,75762,67023,67220.825.1317.115.668.240.9616.046.06
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West and South of Northern Ireland411,884248,21741,48452,2636,75516,6701,87517,32227,29860.2610.0712.691.644.050.464.216.63
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prevalence rates of the usually resident population on Census Day 2011
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Religion
Religion brought up
NI residents who've lived elsewhere
Method of travel to work
Occupations
Employees, 2001-2011
Qualifications by LGD
Level of qualification
Number of cars/vans per household
Tenure type
Health: long-term condition
Main language not English
Passport held
National identity
Lone parent