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% of white people in UK by age?


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  WHITE WHITE BRIT
Age 0 to 4 76.0 70.7
Age 5 to 7 76.9 72.8
Age 8 to 9 78.2 74.4
Age 10 to 14 80.4 77.0
Age 15 81.6 78.3
Age 16 to 17 81.7 78.6
Age 18 to 19 81.8 78.0
Age 20 to 24 80.4 73.8
Age 25 to 29 79.5 67.9
Age 30 to 34 78.9 67.0
Age 35 to 39 82.0 73.6
Age 40 to 44 85.6 79.7
Age 45 to 49 88.2 83.5
Age 50 to 54 89.6 85.2
Age 55 to 59 91.3 87.2
Age 60 to 64 94.4 90.9
Age 65 to 69 94.9 91.2
Age 70 to 74 94.1 90.2
Age 75 to 79 94.9 91.2
Age 80 to 84 96.2 92.7
Age 85 and over 97.6 94.4
ALL AGES 85.4 79.8

 

 

^^^2011 census percentages.

 

Biggest dip obviously in the Peak 25-35 young immigrant category. While white Brits 'only' fell 7% from 87.0% to 79.8% between 2001-2011, the 25-34 group fell by more than double that, from 82-83% to 67-68%. Obvs if same repeated 2011-2021, white Brits 25-35 in 2021 will be somewhere around 50-55%, ie a bare majority. 

 

Latest figs we have to go on. (+2011 figs to compare with census)

Births 

2011: White 76.9%, white British 68.3%

2018: White: 74.3%, white British 62.0%

 

Schools to 18 years old. 

2011: white 79.7%, white British 75.9%

2019: white 74.6%, white British 67.1%

 

Bare in mind Roma are counted as white, despite being Indian, racially, and it seems to me the vast majority of 'European' immigrants since 2011 have been some variant of gypsy. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Libspero said:

You could probably work it out roughly using this chart of average age by ethnicity:

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Then weave in some of the other information from here:

https://www.ethnicity-facts-figures.service.gov.uk/uk-population-by-ethnicity/demographics/age-groups/latest

I used to reply facetiously when a question on a form asked what is your race? Human was my preferred reply. 

Should it now be "White British" 

Would that make me a far right extremist?

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Last census was 2011 and although it doesn't break ethnicity down by age, it gives you a clue about the proportions.

Something to consider when campaigners want equal representation between black and white in positions of power. I'm not sure why a disproportionally represented group by population should be occupy so many of those positions?

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/culturalidentity/ethnicity/articles/2011censusanalysisethnicityandreligionofthenonukbornpopulationinenglandandwales/2015-06-18#ethnicity-of-the-non-uk-born-population

Table 1: UK and non-UK born population by ethnicity in England and Wales, 2011

  Number (thousand) and percentage
Ethnic Group UK born Non-UK born
White 44,774   92.2   3,435 45.8
   British 44,186   91.0   949 12.6
   Irish 178   0.4   354 4.7
   Gypsy or Irish Traveller 51   0.1   7 0.1
   Other White 360   0.7   2,126 28.3
Mixed/Multiple ethnic group 985   2.0   239 3.2
   White and Black Caribbean 401   0.8   26 0.3
   White and Black African 113   0.2   53 0.7
   White and Asian 271   0.6   71 0.9
   Other Mixed 200   0.4   90 1.2
Asian/Asian British 1,770   3.6   2,443 32.6
   Indian 606   1.2   807 10.7
   Pakistani 631   1.3   493 6.6
   Bangladeshi 232   0.5   215 2.9
   Chinese 93   0.2   300 4.0
   Other Asian 207   0.4   628 8.4
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British 873   1.8   992 13.2
   African 323   0.7   666 8.9
   Caribbean 358   0.7   237 3.2
   Other Black 192   0.4   89 1.2
Other ethnic group 168   0.3   395 5.3
   Arab 64   0.1   167 2.2
   Any other ethnic group 105   0.2   228 3.0
      100     100
All 48,571   86.6   7,505 13.4
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There's also a question of 'how long they've been here'.

Ie, for a given situation, you've got to have had time to have done the necessary 'stuff' to get into that role/position.

Eg, For senior management, you might presume that it would take decent schooling a degree and then 25 years experience in the industry to have got there.  So, there's no point in looking at today's %ages and moaning.  You have to look at %ages at the point that the person started the journey 30+ years before.  

And you can't resolve the problem by mandating %ages now -- you really do need the qualifications and then the experience to be able to get into role.  To fix any real inequality really will take another 30 years. 

[And this works at the short end as well -- no point in saying 'x% of accepted candidates must be BAME' if the %ages in the age range that you're targeting are double that.  ]

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3 minutes ago, Democorruptcy said:

Last census was 2011 and although it doesn't break ethnicity down by age, it gives you a clue about the proportions.

Something to consider when campaigners want equal representation between black and white in positions of power. I'm not sure why a disproportionally represented group by population should be occupy so many of those positions?

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/culturalidentity/ethnicity/articles/2011censusanalysisethnicityandreligionofthenonukbornpopulationinenglandandwales/2015-06-18#ethnicity-of-the-non-uk-born-population

Table 1: UK and non-UK born population by ethnicity in England and Wales, 2011

  Number (thousand) and percentage
Ethnic Group UK born Non-UK born
White 44,774   92.2   3,435 45.8
   British 44,186   91.0   949 12.6
   Irish 178   0.4   354 4.7
   Gypsy or Irish Traveller 51   0.1   7 0.1
   Other White 360   0.7   2,126 28.3
Mixed/Multiple ethnic group 985   2.0   239 3.2
   White and Black Caribbean 401   0.8   26 0.3
   White and Black African 113   0.2   53 0.7
   White and Asian 271   0.6   71 0.9
   Other Mixed 200   0.4   90 1.2
Asian/Asian British 1,770   3.6   2,443 32.6
   Indian 606   1.2   807 10.7
   Pakistani 631   1.3   493 6.6
   Bangladeshi 232   0.5   215 2.9
   Chinese 93   0.2   300 4.0
   Other Asian 207   0.4   628 8.4
Black/African/Caribbean/Black British 873   1.8   992 13.2
   African 323   0.7   666 8.9
   Caribbean 358   0.7   237 3.2
   Other Black 192   0.4   89 1.2
Other ethnic group 168   0.3   395 5.3
   Arab 64   0.1   167 2.2
   Any other ethnic group 105   0.2   228 3.0
      100     100
All 48,571   86.6   7,505 13.4

Yes it does! As I posted.

 

Go to nomis.co.uk and you can break the census down into almost anything you want (and the 2001, 1991 and 1981 census if you want to as well) and even mix variables.

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13 minutes ago, sleepwello'nights said:

Should it now be "White British" 

Would that make me a far right extremist?

No..  but it will soon make you an ethnic minority.

Well,  it won’t because race is a mostly social construct,  and genetically we’re all mixed race..  but the social constructionists will still find some way to identify you as a group by which you can be compared against other groups. 

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25 minutes ago, dgul said:

There's also a question of 'how long they've been here'.

Ie, for a given situation, you've got to have had time to have done the necessary 'stuff' to get into that role/position.

Eg, For senior management, you might presume that it would take decent schooling a degree and then 25 years experience in the industry to have got there.  So, there's no point in looking at today's %ages and moaning.  You have to look at %ages at the point that the person started the journey 30+ years before.  

And you can't resolve the problem by mandating %ages now -- you really do need the qualifications and then the experience to be able to get into role.  To fix any real inequality really will take another 30 years. 

[And this works at the short end as well -- no point in saying 'x% of accepted candidates must be BAME' if the %ages in the age range that you're targeting are double that.  ]

Racist. What do you fucking want a meritocracy!!!!!

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14 minutes ago, Libspero said:

No..  but it will soon make you an ethnic minority.

Well,  it won’t because race is a mostly social construct,  and genetically we’re all mixed race..  but the social constructionists will still find some way to identify you as a group by which you can be compared against other groups. 

That always seems to be about as honest as saying 'i want a vodka-coke' and you get one bartender give you a 99% coke 1% vodka mix and another give you a '99% vodka, 1% coke mix, and then proceed to claim 'yeah, its the same drink. Just good old vodka coke mixer'

OK, the lines are a little blurred at the margins, but to say that someone who can trace his ancestry 1000 generation back in the congo basin and another who lived in Northern Sweden for 1000 generations are different only because of 'social constructs' seems a little far fetched

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12 minutes ago, PatronizingGit said:

That always seems to be about as honest as saying 'i want a vodka-coke' and you get one bartender give you a 99% coke 1% vodka mix and another give you a '99% vodka, 1% coke mix, and then proceed to claim 'yeah, its the same drink. Just good old vodka coke mixer'

OK, the lines are a little blurred at the margins, but to say that someone who can trace his ancestry 1000 generation back in the congo basin and another who lived in Northern Sweden for 1000 generations are different only because of 'social constructs' seems a little far fetched

Perhaps my point was poorly formed..     the idea that everyone fits into a few convenient boxes of "white", "black" "asian" "latino" etc is clearly total BS.   

If it was as simple as that we could have standardised skin colour tests to determine what "race" we are in order to apply the appropriate and scientifically verifiable discrimination against "white" people.   

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1 hour ago, PatronizingGit said:

the vast majority of 'European' immigrants since 2011 have been some variant of gypsy. 

I suggest testing this hypothesis by finding a group of Polish/Romanian/Bulgarian construction/farm workers and telling them they are a variant of gypsy. I'd call the ambulance first though.

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2 hours ago, Libspero said:

Perhaps my point was poorly formed..     the idea that everyone fits into a few convenient boxes of "white", "black" "asian" "latino" etc is clearly total BS.   

If it was as simple as that we could have standardised skin colour tests to determine what "race" we are in order to apply the appropriate and scientifically verifiable discrimination against "white" people.   

It's been tried. That is basically my objection to the BAME label. I'm staying NGNT.

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17 minutes ago, The Generation Game said:

1/20th in base 2? I'm going to need a bigger tree diagram. 

Oh, you mathematician!

[It isn't a simple 'one ancestor came over from Flanders', but an estimate given the family tree and the date of when the Flemmish lot came over.  I'm sure there's lots of inbreeding as well (ie, villages in olden days).

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