Unthemed publications

Northern Ireland Pooled Household Survey (NIPHS)

NISRA have identified a user need to produce more detailed sub-regional and sub-group statistics from household surveys. Following an in-house feasibility study,  it was found that by combining data from four existing core Northern Ireland household surveys such statistics could be produced.  As a result, statistics on labour market and other demographic factors have been generated with both greater geographical detail and smaller sampling errors than up to now. More information is available here.

 

Northern Ireland Neighbourhood Information Service

NINIS provides free access to statistical and locational information relating to small areas across Northern Ireland.
Information is available across a range of themes including Population, Social and Welfare, Agriculture, Education and Crime

NINIS

North/South Profile

Ireland, North and South: A Statistical Profile is a compendium publication featuring data from both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

North/South Profile 2008

North/South Profile 2003

Wellbeing in Northern Ireland

A report updating Northern Ireland data for indicators in the ONS Measuring National Wellbeing Wheel of Measures was published on Wednesday 14 October 2015. It contains the latest UK and NI figures for the ONS wellbeing measures, alongside international comparisons, where available. A spreadsheet with links to the international data is also provided. See here.

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UK National Wellbeing Measures: Northern Ireland Data October 2015 (PDF 4 MB)

Wellbeing in Northern Ireland March 2015 (PDF 4 MB)

NI Annual Abstract of Statistics

The Abstract has now ceased publication. The Abstract was the most comprehensive statistical compendium produced in Northern Ireland. The tables covered a large number of subject areas including, population, social and welfare, education, crime and justice, the labour market and others.


NI Annual Abstract

NISRA Occasional Paper 31

The Impact on Survey Results of Conducting a Survey by Telephone Versus Online: A Case Study from the Autumn 2009 NICS Staff Attitude Survey


NISRA Occasional Paper 31