Socio-economic statistics for Everton, Hampshire

Socio-economic statistics for Everton, Hampshire

We have collated a series of socio-economic statistics for Everton in New Forest from UK government sources such as the 2021 Census and the Index of Multiple Deprivation. They should give you a broad snapshot of the area and the surrounding locations. Are the residents of Everton older than the national average or younger? What is the population of Everton and New Forest? Is Everton an unemployment hotspot? This page should provide you with the answers.

Everton Age Distribution Statistics

We have taken the raw data from the 2021 Census and the calculated the proportion of age groups in Hordle.
Age Band Proportion
4 & under 3.52%
5 - 9 years 4.23%
10 - 15 years 5.67%
16 - 19 years 3.91%
20 - 24 years 3.21%
25 - 34 years 6.62%
35 - 49 years 14.48%
50 - 64 years 21.94%
65 - 74 years 17.65%
75 - 84 years 13.96%
85 years & over 4.83%

Everton Health Statistics

Hordle has a lower proportion of residents (very_good_pc-$ward_health->very_good_pc, 2)%) describing their health as very good than the national average for England.
Area VG G F B VB
Hordle 44.01% 37.57% 14.01% 3.46% 0.95%
New Forest 46.12% 35.51% 13.58% 3.72% 1.07%
South East 49.98% 34.01% 11.77% 3.31% 0.93%
England 48.49% 33.71% 12.65% 3.98% 1.17%
VG = Very Good, G = Good, F = Fair, B = Bad & VB = Very Bad

How has the health of residents in New Forest changed since 2011?

New Forest residents who describe their health as either good or very good has increased by 0.61% between the 2011 and 2021 census.
Year VG G F B VB
2011 45.15% 35.87% 14.09% 3.81% 1.08%
2021 46.12% 35.51% 13.58% 3.72% 1.07%
VG = Very Good, G = Good, F = Fair, B = Bad & VB = Very Bad

What are the occupations of the residents of Everton?

The largest employment sector in Everton is Professional Occupations. The smallest employment sector is Process Plant & Machine Operatives.
Sector Proportion
Professional Occupations 17.09%
Managers, Directors & Senior Officials 16.54%
Skilled Trades 14.91%
Associate Professional & Technical 11.71%
Caring, leisure & Other Services 10.77%
Administrative & Secretarial 10.09%
Elementary Occupations 6.92%
Process Plant & Machine Operatives 3.89%

Everton & New Forest Immigration Statistics

We have analysed the Census 2021 raw data on country of birth and compiled immigration statistics as percentages of the population. All percentages have been rounded to two decimal places. Below are the figures for Everton in the New Forest local area district.

Everton has a lower rate of immigrants than New Forest, the South East region and England as a whole.
Area Born in UK Born outside UK
Hordle 94.96% 5.04%
New Forest 93.12% 6.88%
South East 84.24% 15.76%
England 82.65% 17.35%

Everton compared to other wards in New Forest

# Ward Born in UK Born outside UK
1 Milton 87.89% 12.11%
2 Lymington Town 88.05% 11.95%
3 Buckland 88.73% 11.27%
4 Brockenhurst and Forest South East 90.53% 9.47%
5 Lyndhurst 90.82% 9.18%
6 Pennington 91.59% 8.41%
7 Barton 92.13% 7.87%
8 Marchwood 92.24% 7.76%
9 Boldre and Sway 92.41% 7.59%
10 Downlands and Forest 92.53% 7.47%
11 Ringwood South 92.95% 7.05%
12 Milford 93.04% 6.96%
13 Becton 93.08% 6.92%
14 Totton West 93.37% 6.63%
15 Bransgore and Burley 93.42% 6.58%
16 Forest North West 93.49% 6.51%
17 Fernhill 93.5% 6.5%
18 Fordingbridge 93.57% 6.43%
19 Ringwood East and Sopley 93.57% 6.43%
20 Furzedown and Hardley 93.69% 6.31%
21 Bashley 93.7% 6.3%
22 Dibden and Hythe East 93.86% 6.14%
23 Totton Central 94.12% 5.88%
24 Totton North 94.15% 5.85%
25 Bramshaw, Copythorne North and Minstead 94.25% 5.75%
26 Totton East 94.31% 5.69%
27 Ringwood North 94.37% 5.63%
28 Butts Ash and Dibden Purlieu 94.49% 5.51%
29 Fawley, Blackfield and Langley 94.57% 5.43%
30 Hythe West and Langdown 94.59% 5.41%
31 Hordle 94.96% 5.04%
32 Ashurst, Copythorne South and Netley Marsh 95.09% 4.91%
33 Totton South 95.16% 4.84%
34 Holbury and North Blackfield 96.25% 3.75%
'; Everton is ranked 31 out of 34 wards in New Forest for the number of residents born outside of the UK.

How many residents own or rent their home in Everton and New Forest

We have taken the raw data from the 2021 census and calculated what proportion of people in Everton either own or rent their home. All percentages have been rounded to two decimal places. 84.83 of residents own their home either outright or mortgaged. 15.17 of Everton residents rent their home either privately or through a social landlord.
Area Owned Rented
Hordle 84.83% 15.17%
New Forest 74.16% 25.84%
South East 65.66% 34.34%
England 61.31% 38.69%

Everton has a significantly higher level of home ownership than the national average. This is indicative or an economically wealthy area.

Everton compared to other wards in New Forest

# Ward Owned Rented
1 Barton (New Forest) 87.87% 12.13%
2 Bashley 87.71% 12.29%
3 Ashurst, Copythorne South and Netley Marsh 87.54% 12.46%
4 Forest North West 85.44% 14.56%
5 Hordle 84.83% 15.17%
6 Bramshaw, Copythorne North and Minstead 83.46% 16.54%
7 Bransgore and Burley 82.55% 17.45%
8 Milford (New Forest) 82.33% 17.67%
9 Boldre and Sway 81.85% 18.15%
10 Fawley, Blackfield and Langley 81.18% 18.82%
11 Ringwood East and Sopley 79.59% 20.41%
12 Ringwood North 79.44% 20.56%
13 Totton Central 79.41% 20.59%
14 Becton 77.99% 22.01%
15 Butts Ash and Dibden Purlieu 77.16% 22.84%
16 Totton South 74.45% 25.55%
17 Hythe West and Langdown 73.99% 26.01%
18 Lyndhurst 72.96% 27.04%
19 Dibden and Hythe East 72.28% 27.72%
20 Totton East 71.7% 28.3%
21 Fordingbridge 71.18% 28.82%
22 Brockenhurst and Forest South East 71.13% 28.87%
23 Lymington Town 71.03% 28.97%
24 Totton West 69.98% 30.02%
25 Marchwood 69.8% 30.2%
26 Fernhill (New Forest) 67.94% 32.06%
27 Furzedown and Hardley 67.81% 32.19%
28 Downlands and Forest 67.62% 32.38%
29 Totton North 66.46% 33.54%
30 Pennington 66.18% 33.82%
31 Milton (New Forest) 64.49% 35.51%
32 Holbury and North Blackfield 63.49% 36.51%
33 Buckland (New Forest) 62.1% 37.9%
34 Ringwood South 61.36% 38.64%
Everton is ranked 5 out of 34 wards in New Forest for the percentage of home owners.

Everton Education Statistics

We have taken the raw data from the 2021 census to found of the level of education Everton residents have in terms of formal qualifications as a percentage. The UK government breaks qualifications down into 7 levels. A detailed explanation of these levels can be found here. However, the Census groups these into just 4 \'levels\'. Here are some examples of the qualifications each census level represents when not stated;

  • Level 1 - GCSE grades D, E, F, or G & below
  • Level 2 - GCSE A*, A, B, C or O Level grades A, B or C
  • Level 3 - A or AS qualification at any grade
  • Level 4 - HNC, Bachelors Degree, Masters Degree or Phd

In this first table we have compared Everton to the national average for England.
Level Hordle England
No Qualifications 16.18% 18.08%
Level 1 10.48% 9.69%
Level 2 14.48% 13.32%
Apprenticeship 8.22% 5.32%
Level 3 17.63% 16.92%
Level 4 29.7% 33.92%

Everton Unemployment Statistics

Since the introduction of Universal Credit, The Department for Work & Pensions have not issued any statistics (in our view) that can be used to ascertain the levels of unemployment or under employment in the UK, just meaningless geographic counts. However, the Office of National Statistics does publish claimant counts of people receiving out of work benefits, be that legacy Jobseeker’s Allowance or Universal Credit as a proportion of people over 16. These figures are usually updated once a month and are for Local Authority Districts and Unitary Authority Districts. So below are the figures of New Forest.
Area Unemployed Yearly Change
New Forest 2% -0.3%
South East 2.9% -0.3%
England 3.8% -0.3%
UK 3.7% -0.3%
Source: Office for National Statistics (ONS), Last Retrieved: March 2023
The 2021 census had data on people who were economically active (seeking work) yet unemployed on Census day (Sunday March 21st 2021). These statitics do cover Everton on a ward level. However, it has to be noted that the Census day was during the height of the Covid19 pandemic and therefore are not reflective of normal levels of unemployment. For example, between March 2020 and June 2020 people claiming Universal Credit doubled in most areas of the United Kingdom and then steadily declined up to the day of the Census and beyond. This data also contains the proportion of people in part-time work (working between 1-35 hours per week), which maybe an indicator of under employment in Everton.
Economic Status Proportion
In Employment 46.94%
In Part-Time Work 35.34%
Unemployed 3.37%
64.66% of the people in work, are in full-time employment in Everton

What is the population of Everton and New Forest?

The table below contains the populations figures for each ward in New Forest including Everton. These population ONS figures are estimated are dated Mid 2020.

Ward Population
Ashurst, Copythorne South and Netley Marsh 5650
Barton 5618
Bashley 2734
Becton 4999
Boldre and Sway 5537
Bramshaw, Copythorne North and Minstead 2496
Bransgore and Burley 5492
Brockenhurst and Forest South East 6287
Buckland 3651
Butts Ash and Dibden Purlieu 6506
Dibden and Hythe East 5722
Downlands and Forest 2929
Fawley, Blackfield and Langley 5934
Fernhill 6373
Fordingbridge 6645
Forest North West 2340
Furzedown and Hardley 3450
Holbury and North Blackfield 6705
Hordle 5639
Hythe West and Langdown 6393
Lymington Town 6346
Lyndhurst 3126
Marchwood 5986
Milford 5061
Milton 6483
Pennington 6305
Ringwood East and Sopley 2917
Ringwood North 6222
Ringwood South 6480
Totton Central 5486
Totton East 6277
Totton North 6686
Totton South 6136
Totton West 5038
New Forest Total 179649



Last updated: 20/02/2024, Additional Sources: Office for National Statistics & Department for Work & Pensions.

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