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Census shows population jump

The population of England and Wales grew by 7.1 percent between 2001 and 2011, census data showed. The proportion of foreign-born residents in the country increased to 13 percent.

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  1. Richard Pallot: ITV News correspondent

More people renting in 2011 than 2001

On rented accommodation, 15 per cent are in privately rented places as opposed to 9 per cent in 2001.

While, 33 per cent have a mortgage now as opposed to 39 per cent ten years ago.

In 2011, 33 per cent owned with a mortgage and 31 per cent owned outright = 64 per cent own property now.

In 2001, 39 per cent owned with mortgage and 30 per cent outright = 69 per cent.

A drop of 5 per cent overall.

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