Phil Rodgers: Sex, religion and politics – what the Census tells us about Cambridge today

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Cambridge Independent

By (Newsdesk Cambridge) By Phil Rodgers It’s nearly two years since we filled in our Census forms, and all the number-crunching is starting to produce results. Here’s a look at what the recently published Census data has to say about Cambridge. The portrait that emerges is of a young, diverse, mobile, growing city, with an increasingly international population, and still just about more religious than not. Population The Census counted 145,700 people in Cambridge, up by 21,800 in 10 years. This wonky blue Christmas tree shows the city’s population profile, in five ye…

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