Age group information about the population, Census 2011
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This report forms part of a suite of reports focusing on local demand and intelligence. The report provides age breakdowns of the population in your selected area as reported in the Census 2011 by the Office for National Statistics.

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Source: 2011 Census, Office for National Statistics (Table KS102EW)
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Age 60 to 643,172,277
Age 25 to 293,650,881
Age 65 and over8,660,529
Age 45 to 5910,276,902
Age 30 to 4410,944,271
Age 24 and under16,307,596
What is this telling me?
According to the Census 2011 there were just over 53 million usual residents in England. Almost a third (31%) of those residents were 24 or less, 7% were aged between 25 and 29, 21% were aged between 30 and 44, 19% were aged between 45 and 59, 6% were between 60 and 64 and 16% were 65 or over.

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