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Facts and figures for Warrington
Warrington's resident population now stands at 209,547 (mid-year estimate 2018, these are still estimates and should not be taken to be accurate to the level of detail provided). This represents a decrease of 157 (0.1%) from the 2017 estimates.
The population can be broken down as follows:
- Total: 209,547
- Males: 104,059
- Females: 105,488
Source: Office for National Statistics © Crown Copyright. Adapted from data from the Office for National Statistics licensed under the Open Government License v3.0.
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Useful resources: The ONS population estimates website
Local ward information
A series of ward profiles have been created for each of the 22 wards in Warrington. The profiles contain a variety of information including key statistics about population, ethnicity, qualifications, crime and lots more. A Warrington Borough Profile is also available which summarises information about people in the borough.
Information can also be found on the NOMIS website.
The aim of this report is to provide users with quick and easy access to all the metrics contained in the collection and present this in a variety of charts, tables and maps.
This report provides an overview of the mid-year population estimates for England for 2018 taken from the Mid-Year Population Estimates published by the Office for National Statistics. Data in this report is updated annually in July of each year.
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Central Neighbourhoods Renewal Area
The central area includes the wards of Bewsey and Whitecross, Fairfield and Howley, Orford, Latchford East, Latchford West and Poplars and Hulme.