The two areas with the highest proportion of residents with a limiting long term illness were both in south Wales: 26% in Rhondda and 23% in Port Talbot. Wokingham's total of 7% was the lowest in Britain.
Across Britain 5.5% of the population belonged to an ethnic group other than white. Brent had the highest non white population (45%), closely followed by Newham (42%). Around 27% of all households consisted of one person living alone, rising to 48% in Kensington and Chelsea.
Just over half the households in Surrey Heath had two or more cars, compared with 6.5% in Glasgow.