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Population Statistics

Volume 281: debated on Tuesday 16 July 1996

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To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what estimate he has of the numbers of 16 and 17-year-olds there will be in (a) 1997, (b) 1998, (c) 1999 and (d) 2000; and what were the figures in (i) 1992, (ii) 1993, (iii) 1994 and (iv) 1995. [36599]

The available information is as follows:

Residents in Wales
Number (thousands) aged:
Year161716 and 17
199234.435.970.3
199332.734.266.9
199433.232.565.8

Source:

Office for National Statistics mid-year estimates.

Year

Number (thousands) aged:

16

17

16 and 17

199536.533.269.8
199738.138.676.7
199837.438.175.5
199937.537.474.9
200037.237.574.8

Source:

Government Actuary's Department mid-year projections (1994 based).

Note:

Figures may appear not to add to the totals shown. This is due to rounding.