ST. JOHN AND ST. STEPHEN, NEW CLEE

The population of ST. JOHN AND ST. STEPHEN, NEW CLEE is 9400 and the IMD rank is 12696 out of 12,775 (where 1 is the least deprived parish). Show more

The most significant poverty-related issue in this parish is the relatively low male life expectancy. The next most significant issue is the relatively high rate of lone parenthood.

Child poverty, pensioner poverty, working age poverty and lone parenthood in this parish are among the highest in the country. Male life expectancy, female life expectancy and qualification levels in this parish are among the lowest nationally.

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parish
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Child Poverty
(% of children in poverty)
0% 3% 43% 45% 65%
Pensioner Poverty
(% of pensioners on low incomes)
0% 3% 30% 31% 69%
Working age poverty
(% of adults receiving key out-of-work benefits)
1% 2% 25% 30% 60%
Life expectancy (boys)
(life expectancy at birth)
66 yrs 69 yrs 69 yrs 87 yrs 88 yrs
Life expectancy (girls)
(life expectancy at birth)
70 yrs 75 yrs 76 yrs 90 yrs 99 yrs
No qualifications
(% of working age adults without any qualifications)
1% 7% 40% 63% 63%
Lone parenthood
(lone parent families as % of all families with children)
0% 3% 44% 44% 67%
Ethnic diversity
(% of population who are not white British)
1% 1% 6% 31% 97%
Older population
(% of population who are aged 65 and over)
1% 6% 11% 55% 59%