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Being disabled in Britain: supporting data

The supporting data behind the report Being disabled in Britain: a journey less equal.

The data is presented as Excel documents. If you require an alternative format, please email the research team.

Health and care

(CB1.2) Percentage of children and young people who report poor mental health (Excel)

(CB4.3) Percentage of children and young people who are overweight or obese (Excel)

(EB1.2) Percentage who report poor mental health and wellbeing (Excel)

(EB2.1) Percentage who report poor current health status (Excel)

(EB4.1e) Percentage of adults who are living a healthy lifestyle (e) body mass (Excel)

Justice and detention

(EC4.1) Percentage who feel very unsafe or unsafe when walking outside in the daytime (Excel)

(EC4.2) Percentage that feel very worried or worried about physical attack and acquisitive crime (Excel)

(EC5.1) Percentage who say they have experienced crime in the previous 12 months (Excel)

(ED2.2) Percentage who agree that the criminal justice system (a) gives victims and witnesses the support they need (b) treats those who have been accused of a crime as 'innocent until proven guilty' (Excel)

Education

(CE1.5) Percentage of children achieving: at least 5 A* to C GCSEs or equivalent including English and Mathematics; at least 1 or 5 Awards at SCQF level 5 or better; or at least 5 A* to C GCSEs including English or Welsh First Language and Mathematics (Excel)

(CE1.7) Percentage of 16 to 18 years old who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) (Excel)

(CE2.10) Rate of exclusions (fixed term and permanent) per 1,000 pupils (Excel)

(EE2.1) Percentage of people aged 25 to 64 with no qualifications (Excel)

(EE2.2) Percentage of people age 25 to 64 with degree level qualifications (Excel)

Standard of living

(EF1.3) Percentage of people who live in owner-occupied accommodation (with or without a mortgage) (Excel)

(EF2.4) Percentage of people who live in households that have difficulty in making ends meet (Excel)

(EF3.1) Percentage who say they are limited in one or more areas of life, because of poor services, lack of help or assistance, or lack of special aids or equipment (Excel)

(EF5.1) Percentage who say they have been treated unfairly by a service because of a health condition or disability (Excel)

(EF6.1) Percentage who say they are limited using transport because of a health condition, illness or impairment; a disability; lack of help or assistance; lack of special aids or equipment; badly designed buildings; attitudes of others (Excel)

(EF6.2) Percentage who say they are restricted in leisure activities because of a health condition, illness or impairment; a disability; lack of help or assistance; lack of special aids or equipment; badly designed buildings; attitudes of others (Excel)

(EF6.3) Percentage of people who have difficulty accessing health, benefits, tax, culture, sport and leisure services (Excel)

Work

(EG1.1) Employment rates for the working age (16 to 64) population (Excel)

(EG1.2) Unemployment rates for the economically active population (16 to 64) (Excel)

(EG2.2) Pay gap in median hourly earnings (Excel)

Participation and identity

(EH1.1) Percentage of people meeting with relatives or friends at least once a week (Excel)

 

Last updated: 19 Apr 2017