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Child Benefit: geographical statistics

These statistics provide detailed annual geographical estimates of the number of families and children claiming Child Benefit in respect of the 31 August of the year of analysis.

Despite the delays to publication due to the data loss, there are no gaps in the series.

This publication includes details of the number of families, the number and ages of children within those families and their geographical location. Population counts at country and Government Office Region level are shown, as well as by Local Authority and Parliamentary Constituency (Westminster and Scottish). Further geographical analysis at Lower-layer Super Output Area and Data Zone are available in the Small Area Data area series.

Older statistics are available from the National Archives using the link below: Child Benefit: geographical statistics

National statistics

  1. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2017

    • National Statistics
  2. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2016

    • National Statistics
  3. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2015

    • National Statistics
  4. Child Benefit geographical analysis - August 2014

    • National Statistics
  5. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2013

    • National Statistics
  6. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2012

    • National Statistics
  7. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2011

    • National Statistics
  8. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2010

    • National Statistics
  9. Child Benefit statistics geographical analysis: August 2009

    • National Statistics
Published 15 August 2013
Last updated 28 February 2018 + show all updates
  1. An update to the Child benefit statistics for August 2017
  2. New publication - Child Benefit: geographical statistics August 2016
  3. New publication - Child Benefit: geographical statistics as at 31 August 2015
  4. A link to older versions of the statistics at the National Archives has been added.
  5. National Statistics for 2009 have been added.
  6. Updated to include statistics for August 2013
  7. First published.