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Newcastle: christ church

The population of this parish is 4921. It ranks 2572 out of 12507, where 1 is the most deprived parish.

This means that the parish is relatively deprived compared with other parishes in the country.

Overall deprivation

Poverty

Child Poverty

Working-age Poverty

Pensioner poverty

Life expectancy

Life expectancy (boys)

Life expectancy (girls)

Demographic

No Qualifications

Social Housing

Lone Parenthood

People living on their own

Older Population

Ethnic Diversity

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Parish Data

Percentages and ranks Least in Country Least in Diocese This parish Most in Diocese Most in Country
Child Poverty 1% 1% 30%
Ranked 902/12507
55.8% 64.1%
Pensioner Poverty 2.3% 3.6% 43.1%
Ranked 198/12507
59.7% 70.8%
Working age poverty 0.7% 2.3% 7.4%
Ranked 6182/12507
36.9% 49.8705882%
Years Highest in Country Highest in Diocese This parish Lowest in Diocese Lowest in Country
Life expectancy (boys) 93yrs 84yrs 77.545yrs71yrs 67.52595yrs
Life expectancy (girls) 95yrs 89yrs 81.321yrs77yrs 75yrs
Percentages Least in Country Least in Diocese This parish Most in Diocese Most in Country
No qualifications 0.3% 2% 11.4%43.6% 53.1%
Social housing 0% 1% 48.2%76.1% 86.3%
Lone parenthood 0% 6.4% 43.8%52.6% 58.7%
People living on their own 5.4% 18.8% 55.6%61.4% 73.8%
Older population 0.5% 1.2% 5.1%34.5% 58.9%
Ethnic diversity 0.5% 1.2% 34.6%58.9% 96.6%

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