Oxfordshire has relatively low levels of deprivation: it is the 10th least deprived of 151 upper-tier local authorities in England (up from 11th in 2015). That puts the county well within the top 10% least deprived.
EXPLORE the data for districts and small areas with our interactive deprivation dashboard
- This dashboard uses the latest data from the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD), which is the official measure of relative deprivation in England, produced by the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government.
- It is based on 39 separate indicators, organised across seven distinct domains of deprivation which are combined and weighted to calculate the Index.
DOWNLOAD a one page summary showing the latest picture of deprivation for Oxfordshire
FURTHER INFORMATION is available from:
- Side-by-side interactive small area maps for IMD 2015 and IMD 2019 for the whole of England (works better in some browsers than others)
- District level dashboards