Downloadable single tables from the ONS Longitudinal Study

For each table the metadata sheet provides the population included and the derivation of the variables.

*NB* Be aware that these are simple tables, designed to show sample numbers in various categories in a way that can be quickly understood; if the same topics were examined in a research project, it might be appropriate to exclude some of these cases or to construct more complicated variables. If you wish to cite them, please contact CeLSIUS first (

NSSEC 2001 by highest qualification 2001

Ethnicity by whether born in UK, Channel Islands or Isle of Man, 2001

Mortality by ethnic group, 1991 and 2001

Women's economic activity by marital status (and number of dependent children in household) in 2001

Highest qualification of each parent, for LS infants in two-parent families (1971, 1981, 1991, 2001)

Population change in Liverpool 1981 to 2001

Links to tables and charts already available elsewhere on the CeLSIUS site:

Tables on ethnicity or religion
Tables on geography
Tables on household members and families
Tables on socio-economic status
Miscellaneous tables
Numbers of events

There is also a considerable number of tables and charts on deaths in the Mortality training module

Last modified 28 July 2011