United Kingdom (UK) resident population born in the UK and born abroad from 1951 to 2011, in percent

United Kingdom: UK born and non-UK born residents 1951-2011 This statistic splits the resident population of the United Kingdom (UK) into those who were born in the UK and those who were not from 1951 to 2011, as a percentage. The data, taken from the census of each year, shows that the amount of UK residents who were born outside of the country has grown consistently over the period. A total increase of 9.1 percent.
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UK-bornNon-UK born
195195.7%4.3%
196195%5%
197193.6%6.4%
198193.3%6.7%
199192.7%7.3%
200191.1%8.9%
201186.6%13.4%
UK-bornNon-UK born
195195.7%4.3%
196195%5%
197193.6%6.4%
198193.3%6.7%
199192.7%7.3%
200191.1%8.9%
201186.6%13.4%
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This statistic splits the resident population of the United Kingdom (UK) into those who were born in the UK and those who were not from 1951 to 2011, as a percentage. The data, taken from the census of each year, shows that the amount of UK residents who were born outside of the country has grown consistently over the period. A total increase of 9.1 percent.
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Release date
December 2013
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
1951 to 2011

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