Official Statistics

Universal Credit: 29 Apr 2013 to 8 Dec 2016

These experimental statistics cover the total live caseload, starts and claims for Universal Credit.

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Universal Credit: 29 Apr 2013 to 8 December 2016

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Data tables: Universal Credit: monthly experimental official statistics to 8 December 2016

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Detail

These monthly experimental statistics include the total number of people:

  • who have made a claim for Universal Credit up to 8 December 2016
  • who have made a claim and have attended an initial interview, accepted their claimant commitment, and gone on to start Universal Credit up to 8 December 2016
  • who are on the Universal Credit caseload at 8 December 2016

The statistics are also broken down by:

  • Jobcentre Plus office and district
  • local authority
  • parliamentary constituency
  • gender
  • age band
  • claim duration
  • employment status
  • conditionality regime

View statistics on the Universal Credit caseload and starters at Jobcentre Plus office level in an interactive map.

Find further breakdowns of these statistics in Stat-Xplore, our online tool for exploring some of DWP’s main statistics.