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Census data via a graphic illustration

I am grateful to Emerald Street, who got it from Stella Creasy MP, for the excellent Data graphic system from the census. Try it for yourself here or see the article at: http://www.emeraldstreet.com/home/article/4308/we-love-a-good-map

The system defaults to London but pop your own post code in and see what you can discover

5 Responses to “Census data via a graphic illustration”

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  4. WordpressAdmin Says:

    I am not too sure what elaboration I could offer. I felt that the illustrations were self explanatory. However since demographics is the topic, perhaps the upcoming demographic mountain in the west, as all we post war baby ‘boomers’ leave work, is well demonstrated by a just reported drop in the number of HGV licenced lorry drivers in UK reaching crisis point for deliveries this Christmas. Most of those just retiring were trained by the Army under conscription.

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