Census shows rise in foreign-born

  • White (86%)
    • English / Welsh / Scottish / Northern Irish / British (80.5%)
    • Other White (4.4%)
    • Irish (0.9%)
  • Asian / Asian British (7.5%)
    • Indian (2.5%)
    • Pakistan (2%)
    • Other Asian (1.5%)
    • Bangladeshi (0.8%)
    • Chinese (0.7%)
  • Black (3.3%)
    • African (1.8%)
    • Caribbean (1.1%)
    • Other Black (0.5)
  • Mixed / multiple (2.2%)
    • White and Black Caribbean (0.8%)
    • White and Asian (0.6%)
    • Other Mixed (0.5%)
    • White and Black African (0.3%)
  • Other (1%)
    • Any other ethnic group (0.6%)
    • Arab (0.4%)

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Source: ONS Data Visualisation Centre

Ethnic group Percentages

White

86.0

Mixed/ Multiple ethnic groups

2.2

Asian/Asian British

7.5

Black/African/Caribbean/Black British

3.3

Other ethnic group

1.0

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