Annual mid-year population estimates for England and Wales mid 2011

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Great Britain. Office for National Statistics
Office for National Statistics
Date of publication
25 September 2012
Statistical bulletin
Social Policy
Social welfare
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The population of England and Wales was estimated to be 56,170,900 in mid-2011, with the population of England estimated to be 53,107,200 and the population of Wales estimated to be 3,063,800. The population of England and Wales increased by 95,000 (0.2 per cent) between 2011 Census day (27 March) and the mid-year point (30 June). The estimated flow of international migrants into England and Wales between 2011 Census day and the mid-year point was 98,200 and the estimated flow out of England and Wales was 68,500

This bulletin presents the key messages shown by the 2011 mid-year population estimates. It provides information on the size and age structure of the population of England and Wales at 30 June 2011. They are based on 2011 Census estimates, updated to be consistent with the annual series of mid-year population estimates.

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