Provision of unpaid care 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 shows information about the provision of unpaid care of usual residents in England as reported in the Census 2011 by the Office for National Statistics.
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Source: 2011 Census, Office for National Statistics (Table KS301EW)
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Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week721,143
Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week1,256,237
Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week3,452,636
Provides no unpaid care47,582,440
What is this telling me?
According to the Census 2011 there were just over 53 million usual residents in England, a total of 90% of the population provide no unpaid care, 7% provide 1-19 hours of unpaid care a week, 1% between 20-49 hours and 2% provide over 50 hours of unpaid care a week. To see the provision of unpaid care information by region or local authority area you can filter the data using the drop down box to the left.
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