This paper looks at relative levels of deprivation across constituencies in England, including which constituencies have become more deprived or less deprived relative to other areas. An online tool maps the variation in deprivation levels within individual constituencies.Jump to full report >>
This paper presents deprivation statistics for parliamentary constituencies in England. Estimates have been calculated by the House of Commons Library using data published by the Department for Communities and Local Government in the English Indices of Deprivation 2015 (largely based on data for 2012/13).
A table published alongside this paper provides data for all constituencies. The Library has also published an online tool which allows users to see how deprivation varies within their constituency.
Figures are only relative so although we are able to say whether one area is more deprived than another, we cannot quantify how much more deprived it is.
The CLG report contains extensive analysis of the deprivation data and explains in detail how the figures are put together. An interactive map shows data for all LSOAs in England. Deprivation data for other parts of the UK are produced by the devolved administrations and are not directly comparable.