Demographics of Northern Ireland from the 2001 United Kingdom census

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This article discusses the Demographics of Northern Ireland as presented by the United Kingdom Census in 2001.

See List of United Kingdom nations by population for a breakdown of regional population statistics

  • Population
    • total: 1,685,267
  • Place of birth
    • Northern Ireland: 1,534,268 (91.0%)
    • England: 61,609 (3.7%)
    • Scotland: 16,772 (1.0%)
    • Wales: 3,008 (0.2%)
    • Republic of Ireland: 39,051 (2.3%)
    • Elsewhere in the EU: 10,355 (0.6%)
    • Elsewhere: 20,204 (1.2%)
  • Ethnicity
    • White: 1,670,988 (99.15%)
    • Chinese: 4,145 (0.25%)
    • Mixed: 3,319 (0.20%)
    • Irish Traveller: 1,710 (0.10%)
    • Indian: 1,567 (0.09%)
    • Other Ethnic Group: 1,290 (0.08%)
    • Pakistani: 666 (0.04%)
    • Black African: 494 (0.03%)
    • Other Black: 387 (0.02%)
    • Black Caribbean: 255 (0.02%)
    • Bangladeshi: 252 (0.01%)
    • Other Asian: 194 (0.01%)
  • Religion (Religion or Religion Brought Up In)[1]
    • Protestant and Other Christian: 895,377 (53.1%)
    • Roman Catholic: 737,412 (43.8%)
    • None: 45,909 (2.7%)
    • Other Religions and Philosophies: 6,569 (0.4%)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Directory of Minorities: Northern Ireland". minorityrights.org. Retrieved 17 December 2012. 

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