Terriers and Amersham Hill Demographics (Wycombe, England)

Terriers and Amersham Hill is a ward in Wycombe of South East, England and includes areas of Micklefield, Totteridge, Bowerdean, Downley, Downley Common and Terriers.

In the 2011 census the population of Terriers and Amersham Hill was 9,181 and is made up of approximately 49% females and 51% males.

The average age of people in Terriers and Amersham Hill is 36, while the median age is lower at 33.

74.9% of people living in Terriers and Amersham Hill were born in England. Other top answers for country of birth were 3.4% Pakistan, 2.0% India, 1.7% Scotland, 1.3% Wales, 1.0% South Africa, 0.9% Zimbabwe, 0.8% Ireland, 0.6% United States, 0.6% Sri Lanka.

89.7% of people living in Terriers and Amersham Hill speak English. The other top languages spoken are 1.7% Panjabi, 1.5% Polish, 1.1% Urdu, 0.6% Tamil, 0.4% Spanish, 0.3% Portuguese, 0.2% All other Chinese, 0.2% French, 0.2% Arabic.

The religious make up of Terriers and Amersham Hill is 50.3% Christian, 27.4% No religion, 10.4% Muslim, 2.1% Hindu, 0.7% Sikh, 0.4% Buddhist, 0.2% Jewish, 0.1% Atheist. 662 people did not state a religion. 58 people identified as a Jedi Knight and 2 people said they believe in Heavy Metal.

42.5% of people are married, 10.8% cohabit with a member of the opposite sex, 1.1% live with a partner of the same sex, 31.7% are single and have never married or been in a registered same sex partnership, 8.3% are separated or divorced. There are 430 widowed people living in Terriers and Amersham Hill.

The top occupations listed by people in Terriers and Amersham Hill are Professional 24.1%, Associate professional and technical 16.1%, Managers, directors and senior officials 11.3%, Administrative and secretarial 10.4%, Sales and customer service 9.2%, Business and public service associate professionals 8.7%, Skilled trades 8.2%, Administrative 8.2%, Corporate managers and directors 8.0%, Elementary 8.0%.

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