JSNA 2023 User Guide

Please see our User Guide (opens in a new window) for advice and guidance on how to use the interactive JSNA dashboards.  JSNA User guide (pdf)

The interactive nature of this JSNA is intended to make the data more engaging and useful but there is a risk it may also make it more difficult for some users to access the information they seek. If this is the case for you please email phi-team@cambridgeshire.gov.uk and we will send the information you need in a format that you are able to access. 

The data presented here comes mainly from the 2021 Census, or the online Fingertips tool produced by the Department for Health and Social Care. Population data for 2021 is drawn from the Census and represents the situation in March 2021; elsewhere on Insight there are slightly different (higher) estimates for mid-year 2021 so some figures here may differ slightly from data elsewhere. 

The Census is a very high-quality source of data but it is important to be aware of its limitations. Census statistics are estimates rather than counts, and therefore are associated with measures of uncertainty. Not everyone completes the Census, and some people may be counted twice. The Office for National Statistics has a process to reduce error but some uncertainty still remains. See the information here for more details.

Maximising the quality of Census 2021 population estimates – Office for National Statistics (ons.gov.uk) 

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