Getting started on Ealing Data
Click on the Ward map for a general profile that displays key statistics for the selected ward broken down by population, economy, housing, children & young people, crime, deprivation, health & wellbeing, and environment.
We have grouped information by key themes that can be accessed further down this page or by visiting the ‘Themes’ tab. When you click on a theme, it shows an overview report with Ealing level data. For smaller geographical areas (like wards), click on ‘Profiles’ and choose an area.
Click on the map on the homepage for a ward profile showing data from different themes.
Themed profiles can be found by clicking on one of the icons on the top of the homepage, or under the Themes menu. When you click on a theme, it shows an overview report with Ealing level data. For smaller geographical areas, click on ‘Profiles’ and choose a geography.
Wards, LSOAs, MSOAs and other boundaries
Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs)
LSOAs are small areas designed to be of a similar population size, with an average of approximately 1,500 residents or 650 households. They were produced by the Office for National Statistics for the reporting of small area statistics and are a standard way of dividing up the country. For ease of communication, LSOAs are sometimes referred to as ‘neighbourhoods’ or ‘small areas’.
There are 196 LSOAs in Ealing, with an average 1,750 residents and 630 households.
Middle Layer Super Output Areas (MSOAs)
MSOAs are built from groups of Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs). They have an average of approximately 7,500 residents and 3,500 households.
There are 39 MSOAs in Ealing, with an average of about 8,700 residents and 3,200 households.
There are 23 wards in Ealing, with an average population of about 15,000 in each ward.