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Electoral Ward / Division

Four Marks and Medstead

Contained within

Population and society

Population

by country of birth
Table: Population by country of birth
People National
average
England 5,427 90.20% 83.50%
Northern Ireland 22 0.40% 0.40%
Scotland 118 2.00% 1.30%
Wales 87 1.40% 1.00%
Ireland 20 0.30% 0.70%
UK (not otherwise specified) 0 0.00% 0.00%
EU Member State (2001) 85 1.40% 1.70%
EU Accession State (2011) 24 0.40% 2.00%
Other 236 3.90% 9.40%
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Population

by gender and age
Headline population figures
Total Female Male
53,012,456
26,943,308 50.82% 26,069,148 49.18%
Table of population broken up by gender and age group
female male
age count baseline* count baseline*
90(+) 45 1.47% 1.10% 16 0.54% 0.41%
85-89 58 1.90% 1.86% 54 1.82% 1.06%
80-84 86 2.82% 2.74% 57 1.92% 1.99%
75-79 115 3.77% 3.39% 110 3.71% 2.90%
70-74 158 5.18% 3.99% 144 4.85% 3.71%
65-69 204 6.68% 4.79% 192 6.47% 4.67%
60-64 243 7.96% 5.99% 267 9.00% 5.97%
55-59 215 7.04% 5.62% 225 7.58% 5.68%
50-54 238 7.80% 6.36% 218 7.35% 6.47%
45-49 262 8.58% 7.27% 242 8.16% 7.36%
40-44 253 8.29% 7.28% 232 7.82% 7.38%
35-39 168 5.50% 6.62% 143 4.82% 6.77%
30-34 123 4.03% 6.51% 100 3.37% 6.73%
25-29 95 3.11% 6.79% 109 3.67% 6.98%
20-24 125 4.10% 6.62% 161 5.43% 6.94%
15-19 167 5.47% 6.06% 163 5.49% 6.55%
10-14 192 6.29% 5.58% 217 7.31% 6.05%
5-9 171 5.60% 5.39% 174 5.86% 5.84%
0-4 134 4.39% 6.01% 143 4.82% 6.51%
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female male

*The baseline figures are the % of the national population. The dataset shows the population by five-year age group. For the 2011 Census, a usual resident of the UK is anyone who, on census day 2011, was in the UK and had stayed or intended to stay in the UK for a period of 12 months or more, or had a permanent UK address and was outside the UK and intended to be outside the UK for less than 12 months. The age of a person is derived from their date of birth. It is their age in years on their last birthday up to and including census day 2011.

Source: Population (age by five year group)

Housing and households

Households

Count
households count visualisation
Households
2,334

Households (by composition)

Source: Households (by composition)

Households

average size
households count visualisation
People National
2.58
2.40

Households (by composition)

Source: Households (by composition)

Households

by composition
Table: Households by composition
People National
average
One person: Aged 65 and over
220 9.40% 12.40%
One person: Other
198 8.50% 17.90%
One family: All aged 65 and over
322 13.80% 8.10%
One family: Married* no children
447 19.20% 12.30%
One family: Married* dependent children
514 22.00% 15.30%
One family: Married* all children non-dependent
176 7.50% 5.60%
One family: Cohabiting: no children
104 4.50% 5.30%
One family: Cohabiting: dependent children
69 3.00% 4.00%
One family: Cohabiting: all children non-dependent
7 0.30% 0.50%
One family: Lone parent: dependent children
78 3.30% 7.10%
One family: Lone parent: all children non-dependent
57 2.40% 3.50%
Other: With dependent children
43 1.80% 2.60%
Other: All full-time students
0 0.00% 0.60%
Other: All aged 65 and over
13 0.60% 0.30%
Other: Other
86 3.70% 4.50%
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*'Married' includes same-sex civil partnership couples

Source: Households (by composition)

Transportation

Travel

to work
Table: Travel to work
People National
average
Car / Van (driver) 2,209 50.50% 36.90%
Car / Van (passenger) 104 2.40% 3.30%
Bicycle 27 0.60% 1.90%
Foot 123 2.80% 6.90%
Light rail 5 0.10% 2.60%
Train 135 3.10% 3.50%
Bus 30 0.70% 4.90%
Taxi 1 0.00% 0.30%
Motorcycle 15 0.30% 0.50%
Other 21 0.50% 0.40%
Don't travel 378 8.60% 3.50%
Not in employment 1,328 30.30% 35.30%
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Method of travel to work

Source: Method of travel to work

Cars and vans

per household
Table: Cars and vans per household
People National
average
None 105 4.50% 25.80%
1 649 27.80% 42.20%
2 1,031 44.20% 24.70%
3 357 15.30% 5.50%
4(+) 192 8.20% 1.90%
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Households (by car or van availability - number of vehicles)

Source: Households (by car or van availability - number of vehicles)

Skills and qualifications

Qualifications

Table: Qualifications
People National
average
Apprenticeship 185 3.80% 3.60%
NVQ Level 1 498 10.10% 13.30%
NVQ Level 2 756 15.40% 15.20%
NVQ Level 3 650 13.20% 12.40%
NVQ Level 4(+) 1,981 40.30% 27.40%
None 701 14.30% 22.50%
Other 146 3.00% 5.70%
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Qualifications and students

Source: Qualifications and students

Health

Life Expectancy

at birth

Deprivation

Mean IMD Rank of LSOAs

in Four Marks and Medstead (1 = most deprived, 32,484 = least deprived)

Deprived Neighbourhoods

by IMD quintile

Jobs and the economy

Economic Activity

Table: Economic Activity
People National
average
Employed (full-time) 1,707 38.70% 37.70%
Employed (part-time) 615 13.90% 13.40%
Self-employed 631 14.30% 9.50%
Full-time student 103 2.30% 3.40%
Student 143 3.20% 5.70%
Looking after home / family 195 4.40% 4.30%
Long-term sick or disabled 69 1.60% 4.00%
Never worked 8 0.20% 0.70%
Long-term unemployed 28 0.60% 1.70%
Unemployed 94 2.10% 4.30%
Retired 770 17.50% 13.40%
Other 49 1.10% 2.10%
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Economic activity (detailed)

Source: Economic activity (detailed)

Employment

by Occupation
Table: Employment by Occupation
People National
average
(Group 1) Managers, directors and senior officials
537 17.60% 10.90%
(Group 2) Professional
677 22.20% 17.50%
(Group 3) Associate professional and technical
444 14.60% 12.80%
(Group 4) Administrative and secretarial
354 11.60% 11.50%
(Group 5) Skilled trades
340 11.20% 11.40%
(Group 6) Caring, leisure and other service
244 8.00% 9.30%
(Group 7) Sales and customer service
155 5.10% 8.40%
(Group 8) Process, plant and machine operatives
121 4.00% 7.20%
(Group 9) Elementary occupations
176 5.80% 11.10%
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Job Seeker's Allowance claimant rate

y: % of working age population claiming JSA, x: time, dotted line: England %
12 %
0%
2006
2008
2010
2012
2014
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2006 January 0.45% 2.38%
February 0.51% 2.45%
March 0.40% 2.47%
April 0.51% 2.46%
May 0.45% 2.42%
June 0.54% 2.39%
July 0.51% 2.41%
August 0.68% 2.40%
September 0.51% 2.40%
October 0.54% 2.36%
November 0.43% 2.33%
December 0.40% 2.33%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2007 January 0.37% 2.41%
February 0.39% 2.43%
March 0.45% 2.39%
April 0.53% 2.30%
May 0.45% 2.23%
June 0.48% 2.14%
July 0.51% 2.13%
August 0.39% 2.14%
September 0.14% 2.07%
October 0.22% 2.01%
November 0.20% 1.97%
December 0.20% 1.97%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2008 January 0.34% 2.05%
February n/a 2.09%
March n/a 2.07%
April 0.11% 2.06%
May 0.14% 2.05%
June 0.11% 2.06%
July 0.28% 2.14%
August 0.56% 2.27%
September 0.68% 2.33%
October 0.93% 2.40%
November 0.76% 2.60%
December 0.79% 2.85%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2009 January 1.00% 3.15%
February 1.25% 3.59%
March 1.28% 3.76%
April 1.37% 3.85%
May 1.59% 3.87%
June 1.81% 3.83%
July 1.84% 3.87%
August 1.81% 3.94%
September 1.76% 3.92%
October 1.53% 3.90%
November 1.56% 3.86%
December 1.48% 3.84%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2010 January 1.24% 4.02%
February 1.40% 4.02%
March 1.18% 3.91%
April 1.13% 3.80%
May 1.02% 3.63%
June 0.77% 3.48%
July 0.66% 3.45%
August 0.66% 3.48%
September 0.77% 3.46%
October 0.85% 3.41%
November 1.04% 3.39%
December 0.91% 3.41%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2011 January 1.06% 3.57%
February 1.03% 3.65%
March 0.95% 3.63%
April 0.87% 3.63%
May 1.01% 3.60%
June 0.73% 3.56%
July 0.82% 3.67%
August 0.95% 3.76%
September 0.98% 3.79%
October 0.92% 3.75%
November 0.90% 3.74%
December 0.90% 3.77%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2012 January 0.84% 3.95%
February 1.06% 4.04%
March 1.00% 4.00%
April 0.92% 3.88%
May 0.89% 3.82%
June 0.73% 3.74%
July 0.87% 3.75%
August 1.06% 3.73%
September 1.14% 3.72%
October 1.06% 3.70%
November 1.16% 3.67%
December 1.14% 3.64%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2013 January 1.12% 3.76%
February 0.85% 3.84%
March 0.91% 3.77%
April 0.85% 3.66%
May 0.69% 3.56%
June 0.77% 3.41%
July 0.80% 3.35%
August 0.83% 3.28%
September 0.88% 3.14%
October 0.67% 3.00%
November 0.69% 2.88%
December 0.72% 2.83%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2014 January 0.61% 2.92%
February 0.51% 2.92%
March 0.48% 2.80%
April 0.48% 2.67%
May 0.40% 2.55%
June 0.37% 2.37%
July 0.43% 2.30%
August 0.51% 2.21%
September 0.43% 2.14%
October 0.45% 2.05%
November 0.51% 1.95%
December 0.53% 1.89%
Period JSA claimants
Year Month Four Marks and Medstead England (benchmark)
2015 January 0.51% 1.95%
February 0.69% 1.96%
March 0.51% 1.89%
April 0.61% 1.82%
May 0.69% 1.74%
June n/a n/a
July n/a n/a
August n/a n/a
September n/a n/a
October n/a n/a
November n/a n/a
December n/a n/a

Jobseekers Allowance claimants (monthly count)

Source: Jobseekers Allowance claimants (monthly count)