how Experian ranks where you live – Which places are at the biggest risk of poverty across England? See the data from credit reference agency Experian: Get the data; Interactive guide; For smaller areas look at this: the Indices of Multiple Deprivation mapped (click also on the two interactive maps) – Published on The Guardian /datablog, by Simon Rogers, March 6, 2012.
How poor is your area – and how much worse will it get? Credit reference company Experian, besides supplying information to credit cards companies and banks, also provides data for the public sector – and has given us this data.
It ranks every English local authority by a set of key poverty indicators, they include:
- Greatest overall risk of poverty taking account of multiple factors
- Greatest likelihood to contain those in current poverty
- Greatest likelihood to contain those who may fall into poverty in the short to medium term
- Greatest likelihood to contain those who may fall into poverty in the longer term
- Greatest likelihood to contain households whose income is less than 60% of the median for England
- Likelihood for the presence of households at risk of long-term unemployment
- Likelihood for the presence of households at greatest risk of experiencing child poverty
- Greatest likelihood to contain households at risk of financial exclusion
- Greatest likelihood to contain households at risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Where do they get the facts from? Experian says: … (full texts, including data summery, downloads and more).