Population

Last updated: 2018-12-10 02:46:39
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1. Age & Sex Breakdown

Last updated: 08/12/18

2. Ethnicity

Ethnic Group Hartlepool
Number and percent(%) of people by ethnic group No %
All Usual Residents 92,028 100
White: English/Welsh/Scottish/Northern Irish/British 88,924 96.6
White: Irish 193 0.2
White: Gypsy or Irish Traveller 40 -
White: Other White 742 0.8
Mixed/Multiple Ethnic Groups: White & Black Caribbean 180 0.2
Mixed/Multiple Ethnic Groups: White & Black African 54 0.1
Mixed/Multiple Ethnic Groups: White & Asian 173 0.2
Mixed/Multiple Ethnic Groups: Other Mixed 143 0.2
Asian/Asian British: Indian 266 0.3
Asian/Asian British: Pakistani 291 0.3
Asian/Asian British: Bangladeshi 214 0.2
Asian/Asian British: Chinese 229 0.2
Asian/Asian British: Other Asian 304 0.3
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: African 129 0.1
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: Caribbean 36 -
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: Other Black 5 -
Other Ethnic Group: Arab 57 0.1
Other Ethnic Group: Any Other Ethnic Group 48 0.1

 

Source: ONS (2011 Census)

Last updated: 08/12/18

3. Population Projection

Last updated: 08/12/18

4. Inequalities

The gap between Hartlepool and England
For men , about one-third of the gap between Hartlepool and England is caused by higher rates of cancer mortality, whereas for women, cancer mortality accounts for half of the gap.  Within the cancer category, lung cancer is the main contributor to the gap for men and women.  Circulatory and digestive diseases have a larger contribution to the gap for men than women, with respiratory diseases contributing similarly for both sexes.

The gap within Hartlepool

For women, cancer forms the largest part of the gap between the most and least deprived communities in Hartlepool, whereas for men, circulatory diseases have the greatest contribution to the gap.  For males, external causes of death (such as suicide and accidents) have a much greater contribution to the gap between deprived and affluent communities in Hartlepool compared with females.

Last updated: 08/12/18

5. Life Expectancy

Last updated: 08/12/18