Consultation outcome

Public consultation on proposed topics for the 2021 Census questionnaire in England and Wales

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

The outcome of this consultation is available on the ONS website

Original consultation

Summary

This consultation asks users of census statistics for their views on the topics that the 2021 Census questionnaire might cover.

This consultation was held on another website.

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Consultation description

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has launched a public consultation asking census users for their views on the topics that the 2021 Census questionnaire in England and Wales might cover. ONS is encouraging people to respond to their current proposals. Anyone can take part in this consultation and users’ feedback will inform further research, development of questions, and consultations.

Census statistics continue to help people and organisations across the private, public and voluntary sectors to make better decisions. However, society changes in the 10 years between each census and every census has to take account of changing user needs and changes in society. This is why ONS is asking census users what information they will need from the 2021 Census.

Published 4 June 2015
Last updated 23 May 2016 + show all updates
  1. The outcome of this consultation is available on the ONS website
  2. First published.