Religion: detailed characteristics in England and Wales

This is a short video from the ONS looking at detailed characteristics of religion in England and Wales using data from the 2011 Census.\r\rFirst it look at the number of usual residents who identified themselves as Christian, Muslim and as having no religion and the change in numbers since 2001.\r\rNext it looks at the age and sex breakdown for each of the religious groups and makes comparisons with the 2001 Census. It goes on to look at whether the changes in the numbers for these religious groups since 2001 are people who are UK or non-UK born.\r\rLastly, it looks at economic activity across the religious affiliations, looking at the percentages of those employed, self-employed, employed full-time students and unemployed.

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