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Who lives in this neighbourhood, and what do they do? This section takes a closer look at the demographics of this particular neighbourhood. It examines the people that live here, what occupations they have, and how wealthy they are. 
Demographic statistics in this section are extracted from the last national census, which took place in 2011. The census takes place in the UK every ten years.
There were people living in E59GQ when the population was counted in the last Census, which took place in 2011. Of the resident population, were men, and were female.
The 2011 Census recorded the marital status and living arrangements of residents of England and Wales aged 16 and over, who have been resident in the UK for 12 months or more.
* Same sex civil partnership
The National Readership Survey social grades are used by organisations for market research purposes. Grades are based on the occupation of the head of the household. 
|Long-term Unemployment Rate||15%||4%|
This graph shows the percentage of all residents by broad age group in this neighbourhood area.
In total, there were 1605 people living in the neighbourhood (LSOA) at the 2011 Census, including children and adults.
The 2011 Census shows that there is a tendency for local residents to be skilled professionals, or those in higher management work positions.
These figures are for those who are aged 16 or more and in employment.
|Managerial & Directors||8%|
|Admin & Secretarial||12%|
|Caring, Leisure & Service||7%|
|Sales & Customer Service||8%|
|Plant & Machine Operatives||4%|
Level 1: 1-4 O Levels/CSE/GCSEs (any grade), Foundation Diploma, NVQ level 1
Level 2: 5+ O Level (Passes)/CSEs (Grade 1)/GCSEs (A*-C), 1 A Level/ 2-3 AS Levels, Intermediate/Higher Diploma
Level 3: 2+ A Levels/VCEs, 4+ AS Levels, Advanced Diploma, NVQ Level 3
Level 4: Degree (for example BA, BSc), NVQ Level 4-5, RSA Higher Diploma
|Total household income ||£660||£34,320||£42,900||£39,520|
|Net household income||£580||£30,160||£34,320||£31,356|
These 2011 Census statistics show the current religious beliefs of those who are resident in this neighbourhood (LSOA level).
According to the census, Christianity is the most followed religion in this neighbourhood.
Christianity is the largest religion in England and Wales, with 59.5 per cent of the population asked.
Ethnicity statistics were released by the Office for National Statistics following the Census.
Across England and Wales, the number of people who are classed as white ethnic group fell by 5% to 86% compared to the 2001 Census. The Muslim population grew from 3% to 5%, and those who stated 'no religion' rose from 15% to 25%.
|Per Household||UK Average||Total Population (E5)|
Data for estimated pet ownership is from modelled figures, based on national estimates for pet population, as well as available information on veterinary activity across Great Britain. Data is summarised to the postcode district level, e.g. (YO1).