Insight Bulletin 22 June 2021

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Insight e-bulletin June 2021

In this issue:

Insight data survey

Source: Insight Intelligence, Coventry City Council

We're looking for feedback on our provision of data in its different formats and whether we are meeting your needs. This will help us make improvements to the existing data and prioritise new features in the future. If you have not yet taken the survey we would really appreciate if you could complete the survey by 28th June 2021.

The following are our main data sites:

We would be grateful if you could answer questions about your data use. We'd love to hear from you about which statistics or areas you use the most and what other themes of data you want to see more of.

The survey should only take 5 minutes, and your responses are completely anonymous.

The deadline for responses is 28 June 2021.

If you have any questions about the survey, please email us:

We really appreciate your input.

COVID-19 dashboards

Source: Insight,Coventry City Council; Public Health England

View COVID-19 (Coronavirus) data for Coventry and surrounding areas on this set of dashboards. Local statistics on the number of cases, the number of associated deaths, testing and healthcare are regularly updated here. Also you can find the new tab on the number of vaccinations by neighbourhood.

There is a lot of information on the local response, including guidance on test and trace.

Covid Dashboard

Mapping economic inequality in the UK

Source: Office of National Statistics

The ONS has published an interactive article which explores the economic inequality in the UK.

The areas where people have the highest income are not always those that contribute the most to the economy. In some areas of the UK, economic output – the value of goods and services produced – may be high, but people’s household income may not match it, and in some areas, both output and income are low.

According to the article Coventry had an annual disposable household income of £15,353 per person (-27.3% lower than UK average) and productivity of £36.00 per hour worked (2.8% higher than the UK average).

Mapping Inequality in UK