Top 20 with degrees

The top 20 constituencies with degrees

  • The data within the report comes from the Annual Population Survey which is a combined survey of households in Britain.  The datasets were extracted from the NOMIS website and are subject to ONS Crown Copyright.

% with at least degree/NVQ 4

2005

2006

2007

2008

Constituency

% of working age population

% of working age population

% of working age population

% of working age population

Overall progress

Richmond Park

51.24%

55.38%

60.08%

63.61%

+12.37%

Bristol West

63.04%

58.16%

59.41%

62.49%

-0.55%

Kensington and Chelsea

55.56%

52.77%

54.15%

62.25%

+6.70%

Hampstead and Highgate

54.42%

52.52%

59.82%

61.38%

+6.95%

Hornsey and Wood Green

47.77%

55.20%

56.88%

59.77%

+12.00%

Manchester, Withington

50.35%

52.37%

54.35%

59.54%

+9.19%

Sheffield, Hallam

45.96%

53.02%

54.24%

59.53%

+13.58%

Battersea

57.42%

54.18%

65.99%

58.61%

+1.18%

Tooting

46.16%

51.25%

57.82%

58.30%

+12.13%

Hammersmith and Fulham

51.20%

57.02%

58.15%

58.02%

+6.82%

Dulwich and West Norwood

48.90%

49.93%

55.69%

56.40%

+7.50%

Cities of London and Westminster

45.95%

48.41%

59.85%

55.24%

+9.30%

Edinburgh North and Leith

49.13%

48.38%

48.91%

54.76%

+5.63%

Putney

35.87%

50.00%

44.77%

54.35%

+18.48%

Cambridge

46.42%

47.29%

46.55%

53.74%

+7.32%

Wimbledon

53.69%

52.93%

55.66%

53.32%

-0.37%

Glasgow North

46.63%

50.44%

48.74%

52.82%

+6.19%

East Dunbartonshire

46.63%

49.50%

51.57%

52.65%

+6.03%

Twickenham

45.00%

51.37%

54.45%

52.04%

+7.04%

Hackney North and Stoke Newington

28.73%

32.39%

37.48%

50.46%

+21.74%

Average

48.84%

57.22%

+8.38

Last updated: 19 October 2009