Surrey population statisticsIn 2019, there were 1.2M residents in Surrey county with an average age of 41 years. Population density was 720 residents per square kilometer. Population grew by 12.9% since 2002 and population average age increased by 1.4 years in the same period. Based on Census, there were 2.49 residents per household in 2011.
2.49residents per household
Surrey population density map
shows a number of residents per square kilometer(km2), estimates from 2018.
Surrey population average age map
Population average age by LSOA (County) in 2018.
Surrey population growth
Total population per year outlines headcount differences.
Surrey births and deaths
by year. Figures are for deaths registered, rather than deaths occurring in each calendar year. It can take months for a death referred to a coroner to be registered.
Surrey population pyramid
shows the distribution of various age groups in a population in 2019. Females are shown on the left, males are shown on the right.
Surrey population share by decade of age
Shares of population age groups compared to corresponding shares of population groups in England & Wales, 2019.
Surrey working age population share
Working age population share compared to working age population share in England & Wales, 2019.
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Surrey average age rank
Comparison of counties average ages, 2019 population estimates.
40.3England & Wales
Surrey population average age
Annual area statistics of Surrey's population average age compared to country statistics.
Surrey residential areas map
Purple-colored areas are business or industrial areas. Green-colored areas provide quieter surroundings and better living. Map is based on a UK Census 2011 data. Colors calculated from the ratio of number of residents divided by a number of workday people.
Other reports for Surrey county