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Demography of Leeds

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Population density in the 2011 census in the Leeds Metropolitan District Council area.
Population density in the 2011 census in the Leeds Metropolitan District Council area.

Leeds, England is the third most populous city in the United Kingdom.

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Population

Leeds's total population, according to the 2011 UK census, was 751,485. The population density was 1,388 people per square km.

Ethnicity

The following table shows the ethnic group of respondents in the 2001 and 2011 censuses in Leeds.

Ethnic Group 2001[1] 2011[2]
Number % Number %
White: British 637,872 89.16% 609,714 81.13%
White: Irish 8,578 1.20% 7,031 0.94%
White: Gypsy or Irish Traveller[note 1] 687 0.09%
White: Other 10,632 1.49% 22,055 2.93%
White: Total 657,082 91.85% 639,487 85.10%
Asian or Asian British: Indian 12,303 1.72% 16,130 2.15%
Asian or Asian British: Pakistani 15,064 2.11% 22,492 2.99%
Asian or Asian British: Bangladeshi 2,537 0.35% 4,432 0.59%
Asian or Asian British: Chinese[note 2] 3,447 0.48% 5,933 0.79%
Asian or Asian British: Other Asian 2,386 0.33% 9,256 1.23%
Asian or Asian British: Total 35,737 5.00% 58,243 7.75%
Black or Black British: Caribbean 6,718 0.94% 6,728 0.90%
Black or Black British: African 2,435 0.34% 14,894 1.98%
Black or Black British: Other Black 1,165 0.16% 4,271 0.57%
Black or Black British: Total 10,318 1.44% 25,893 3.45%
Mixed: White and Black Caribbean 4,603 0.64% 8,813 1.17%
Mixed: White and Black African 885 0.12% 2,493 0.33%
Mixed: White and Asian 2,516 0.35% 4,906 0.65%
Mixed: Other Mixed 1,733 0.24% 3,420 0.46%
Mixed: Total 9,737 1.36% 19,632 2.61%
Other: Arab[note 3] 3,791 0.50%
Other: Any other ethnic group 2,528 0.35% 4,439 0.59%
Other: Total 2,528 0.35% 8,230 1.10%
Total 715,402 100.00% 751,485 100.00%

Notes for table above

  1. ^ New category created for the 2011 census
  2. ^ In 2001, listed under the 'Chinese or other ethnic group' heading.
  3. ^ New category created for the 2011 census

Languages

The most common main languages spoken in Leeds according to the 2011 census are shown below.[3]

Rank Language Usual residents aged 3+ Proportion
1 English 670,650 92.90%
2 Polish 6,717 0.93%
3 Urdu 4,989 0.69%
4 Punjabi 4,537 0.63%
5 Arabic 3,393 0.47%
6 Bengali (with Sylheti and Chatgaya) 1,955 0.27%
7 Kurdish 1,772 0.25%
8 French 1,724 0.24%
9 Persian/Farsi 1,623 0.22%
10 Portuguese 1,260 0.17%
11 Tigrinya 904 0.13%
12 Spanish 851 0.12%
13 Lithuanian 842 0.12%
14 Shona 793 0.11%
15 Gujarati 760 0.11%
16 Russian 737 0.10%
17 Greek 726 0.10%
18 Czech 707 0.10%
19 Hindi 705 0.10%
20 Cantonese Chinese 704 0.10%
Other 15,522 2.15%

Religion

The following table shows the religion of respondents in the 2001 and 2011 censuses in Leeds.

Religion 2001[4] 2011[5]
Number % Number %
Christian 492,656 68.86% 419,790 55.86%
Buddhist 1,587 0.22% 2,772 0.37%
Hindu 4,183 0.58% 7,048 0.94%
Jewish 8,267 1.16% 6,847 0.91%
Muslim 21,394 2.99% 40,772 5.43%
Sikh 7,586 1.06% 8,914 1.19%
Other religion 1,530 0.21% 2,396 0.32%
No religion 120,139 16.79% 212,229 28.24%
Religion not stated 58,060 8.12% 50,717 6.75%
Total 715,402 100.00% 751,485 100.00%

See also

References

  1. ^ "2001 census - theme tables". NOMIS. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
  2. ^ "Download:local authorities: county / unitary". NOMIS. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
  3. ^ "Download:local authorities: county / unitary". NOMIS. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
  4. ^ "2001 census - theme tables". Retrieved 17 June 2015.
  5. ^ "Download:local authorities: county / unitary". NOMIS. Retrieved 17 June 2015.
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