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Manchester statistics and intelligence elsewhere - Manchester City Council and General web sites


This page provides links to external websites which offer statistics and information for Manchester, its neighbourhoods and comparator areas.

The Council  website:

In addition to the Intelligence Hub Analysis Tool, The Council produces analysis of Manchester and its residents, including data from:


  • The Office for National Statistics (ONS) makes local area Census, demographic, economic and household data available via the National Statistics and Neighbourhood Statistics websites (external)
  • ONS local authority profiles provide comparison data at local authority level for child poverty, demography, economic context, employment, enterprise, environment, housing, inclusion, skills and LEPs.
  • Data for Neighbourhoods and Regeneration (Data4NR) offers links to a wide range of external datasets which provide data for Manchester and its neighbourhoods.
  • GOV.UK gives access to a selection of information from central government departments, agencies and public bodies.
  • NOMIS provides data on employment, unemployment, benefits and Census for Manchester, its neighbourhoods, postcode sectors, parliamentary constituencies and health areas.
  • The Local Government Information Unit provides policy briefings and publications related to local government issues.
  • The Local Government Association issues publications on local authority issues.  The LG Inform Plus pages provide a selection of ward data for local authorities.
  • The UK Data Service is an ESRC-funded resource, acting as a single point of access to a wide range of secondary data including large-scale government surveys, international macrodata, business microdata, qualitative studies and census data from 1971 to 2011.

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