Statistics and Census information
Resident Population & Demographics
(Census 2001 - Census 2011 - Office For National Statistics)
The population of Chichester District in 2001 was recorded at 106,450 of which 47% were male and 53% were female. According to Census 2011, a total population for Chichester District was estimated to be 113,794 of which 47.8% were male and 52.2% were female.
- Population density of the Chichester District (people per hectare) is 1.4, this compares to West Sussex 4.0, South East 4.5 and England 4.1 (Census 2011)
- Average age of a District resident is 44.5 years. This compares to the average age of West Sussex at 42.2 years, South East 40.0 years and 39.3 years Nationally (Census 2011).
- Average life expectancy of District residents for males is 80.0 and 84.4 for females. This compares to the West Sussex average of 79.9 for males and 83.5 for females. The South East average is 79.7 for males and 83.5 for females. The National averages are 78.6 for males and 82.6 for females (Office for National Statistics 2010 - Joint strategic needs assessment - West Sussex County Council).
- Population of Black and Ethnic Minority residents in the District is 6.99% This compares to West Sussex 11.07%, South East 14.77% and Nationally 20.25% (Census 2011).
Please use the Office for National Statistics - Neighbourhood Statistics link for information on Chichester District, wards, parishes and lower super output areas.
Office for National Statistics - Neighbourhood Statistics
Neighbourhood statistics provides a source of geographically referenced statistics that can be accessed and downloaded online.