Ambrosden and Chesterton Demographics (Cherwell, England)

Ambrosden and Chesterton is a ward in Cherwell of South East, England and includes areas of Merton, Ambrosden, Upper Arncott, Piddington, Lower Arncott, Arncott, Langford Village, Tubbs Crossing, Wendlebury, Highfield and Little Chesterton.

In the 2011 census the population of Ambrosden and Chesterton was 3,850 and is made up of approximately 46% females and 54% males.

The average age of people in Ambrosden and Chesterton is 33, while the median age is lower at 32.

82.9% of people living in Ambrosden and Chesterton were born in England. Other top answers for country of birth were 2.1% Wales, 2.1% Scotland, 1.5% United States, 0.8% Northern Ireland, 0.7% South Africa, 0.5% Ireland, 0.3% Jamaica, 0.3% Ghana, 0.3% Kenya.

97.2% of people living in Ambrosden and Chesterton speak English. The other top languages spoken are 0.7% Oceanic/Australian language, 0.5% Spanish, 0.2% German, 0.1% Italian, 0.1% Polish, 0.1% French, 0.1% Persian/Farsi, 0.1% African language, 0.1% Urdu.

The religious make up of Ambrosden and Chesterton is 65.2% Christian, 24.8% No religion, 0.3% Hindu, 0.3% Muslim, 0.2% Buddhist, 0.2% Jewish.

318 people did not state a religion. 11 people identified as a Jedi Knight.

60.6% of people are married, 11.2% cohabit with a member of the opposite sex, 1.2% live with a partner of the same sex, 15.6% are single and have never married or been in a registered same sex partnership, 6.8% are separated or divorced. There are 146 widowed people living in Ambrosden and Chesterton.

The top occupations listed by people in Ambrosden and Chesterton are Associate professional and technical 30.8%, Protective service 21.8%, Professional 14.8%, Managers, directors and senior officials 14.1%, Corporate managers and directors 10.3%, Administrative and secretarial 9.1%, Skilled trades 8.6%, Caring, leisure and other service 7.1%, Administrative 7.1%, Sales and customer service 6.1%.

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