The Indices of Deprivation are a collection of indicators, brought together to give an overall score (Index of Multiple Deprivation or IMD) intended to show deprivation levels in Lower Super Output Areas, in seven themes - income, employment, health and disability, education skills and training, barriers to housing and services, living environment and crime.
There are 32,844 Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in the country (2010 data was based on 32,482). The rank number shown when you hover over an area is the rank of each LSOA when compared to all other LSOAs in the country. 1 is most deprived, 32,844 is least deprived.
The indices for 2015 were released on the 30th September 2015. We have also provided the 2010 data for comparison.
Data sourced from: Department for Communities and Local Government.
The table below shows the 2015 IMD rank and decile of Greater Manchester's LSOAs compared with the 2010 data. You will need to expand the sidebar to see all the columns.
Please click on the column headings to sort the data.
|LSOA||2015 Rank||2015 Decile||2010 Rank||2010 Decile||Rank Change|