A summary of the key points for Liverpool from the headline census data.
The census helps organisations make decisions on planning and funding public services in your area.
Liverpool's population has increased by almost 20,000 residents between 2011 and 2021, and now stands at 486,100.
The number of households increased to 207,491 between 2011 and 2021, the second lowest of the English Core Cities, and the lowest across the city regions.
The percentage of all Liverpool residents whose ethnic group is White English, Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish or British stands at 77%. This gives a non White English/British population of 23%.
There has been a reduction in the proportion of our residents who have a Christian belief - down from 71% in 2011 to 57% in 2021.