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What nationalities live in London?

What nationalities live in London?

Distribution of ethnic groups in Greater London according to the 2011 census.

  • White.
  • Asian.
  • Black.
  • White-British.
  • White-Irish.
  • White-Other.
  • Asian-Indian.
  • Asian-Pakistani.

How many foreign people are in London?

Migrants living in the UK In 2019 there were approximately 6.2 million people with non-British nationality living in the UK and 9.5 million people who were born abroad. The UK’s migrant population is concentrated in London. Around 35% of people living in the UK who were born abroad live in the capital city.

How much of London is ethnic?

London is now home to more than 8.6 million people, the highest the city’s population has been since 1939. What’s more, 44% of London now consists of black and ethnic minorities, compared to only 28.9% in 2001. That’s according to the Greater London Authority, which serves the London mayor’s office [via the BBC].

What foreign nationality is the most common in London?

As of June 2020 there were approximately 303 thousand Indian residents living in London, the most of any foreign nationality. Bangladeshis numbered 137 thousand, and were the second most common nationality in this year.

How many people live in London by nationality?

This dataset shows different breakdowns of London’s resident population by their nationality. Data used comes from ONS’ Annual Population Survey (APS). The APS has a sample of around 320,000 people in the UK (around 28,000 in London).

Where are the most ethnic people in the UK?

people from all other broad ethnic groups were most likely to live in London, with 58.4% of Black people, 35.9% of Asian people, 33.1% of people with Mixed ethnicity, and 49.9% of people from the Other ethnic group doing so after London, people from the Asian and Black ethnic groups were most likely to live in the West Midlands,…

What kind of people live in London UK?

The section on ethnicity below, compiled using 2011 census data from the ONS provides details of the ethnicity of London residents compared to residents of England and Wales. London’s diversity can also be seen in statistics for London residents’ country of birth.

How many non British citizens live in UK?

Some 3.7m of the 6.2m non-British nationals living in the UK in the year to June 2018 held EU nationality. EU nationals make up 12.6 per cent of London’s population, compared with two per cent in North East England.