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

13 April 2017

Following the release of the English Indices of Deprivation 2015, the October edition of the Oxfordshire Insight newsletter provides early analysis of the new deprivation data.

Following the release of the English Indices of Deprivation 2015, the October edition of the Oxfordshire Insight newsletter provides early analysis of the new deprivation data.

Please note that this has been republished with corrections 07/10/2015

2 October 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
Latest figures show Oxford is the seventh most popular destination in the UK for overseas visitors. Also in this edition: new data on mental health, the new public health surveillance dashboard, new ONS population data, and the latest income benefits rate.
30 June 2014
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