Map showing Middle Layer Super Output Areas in Oxfordshire.

Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs) are a statistical geography and a growing set of population, health and other statistics are now being published at MSOA level.

There are 86 MSOAs in Oxfordshire with an average of 7,600 residents

30 August 2019

The updated equalities briefing contains key facts and figures for each protected characteristic covered in the Equality Act, 2010.

This briefing presents key facts about Oxfordshire's residents, highlighting the major equalities themes including age, sex, race and ethnicity, and disability.
9 November 2015

In the February newsletter: focus on marital status and living arrangements in the county; a profile of residents who moved address in the year before the census; employment update.

In the February newsletter: focus on marital status and living arrangements in the county; a profile of residents who had moved address in the year before the census; employment update.
26 February 2015

An article in the Economist compared Oxford’s economy unfavourably against that of Cambridge. However, setting out the numbers for the wider economic areas rather than the core urban areas suggests the differences may not be so great.

Find out how Oxford compares with other UK cities in the latest Centre for Cities report. Also this month: a demographic profile of one person households in the county, and latest figures on fuel poverty.
2 February 2015

Reference pack showing main mode of travel for commutes to and from major settlements in Oxfordshire (2011 Census travel flow data). 

 

5 November 2014
New 2011 Census data shows how commuters travel into, out of, and within Oxfordshire, and how patterns have changed since 2001
30 October 2014

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