Deprivation headline indicators

This data provides a range of statistics for Liverpool with regard to deprivation and child poverty.

All data points are the latest available data, as at 31st March 2022.


Data Sources:

IMD 2019 - Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government

DWP - Children in Low Income Families 2022

BEIS- Sub Regional Fuel Poverty England 2022

 

 

The Index of Multiple Deprivation report provides a more in-depth analysis of Liverpool's deprivation levels.

Index of Multiple Deprivation (2019) and poverty
Variable Liverpool position National (Eng, E&W, GB or UK)
Average rank (out of 317 English local authorities) 3rd most deprived local authority n/a
Income rank 4th most deprived local authority n/a
Employment 5th most deprived local authority n/a
Education, skills and training 29th most deprived local authority n/a
Health deprivation and disability 3rd most deprived local authority n/a
Crime 22nd most deprived local authority n/a
Barriers to housing and services 280th most deprived local authority n/a
Living environment 5th most deprived local authority n/a
Children (aged under 16) in low income families 2021 (Relative) 21,347 (24.4%) UK, 2,379,560 (18.7%)
Children (aged under 16) in low income families 2021 (Absolute) 16,532 (18.9%) UK, 1,923,217 (15.1%)

Households in fuel poverty 2022 (2020 Data)

41,279 (18.7%) Eng. 3,158,206 (13.2%)

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