Northern Ireland: adults with longstanding illness in 2019, by deprivation quintile

This statistic displays individuals with a longstanding illness deprivation quintile in Northern Ireland in the period from April 2018 to March 2019. In this year, 51 percent of the respondents in the most deprived quintile had a longstanding illness, compared with 39 percent in the least deprived quintile.

Share of individuals with longstanding illness in Northern Ireland in 2018/2019, by deprivation quintile

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Release date

January 2020


United Kingdom (Northern Ireland)

Survey time period

April 2018 to March 2019

Number of respondents


Age group

16 years and older

Method of interview

Computer-assisted personal interviews (CAPI)

Supplementary notes

* Unweighted base:
n most deprived = 620
n quintile 2 = 776
n quintile 3 = 775
n quintile 4 = 738
n least deprived = 684

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