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Poverty - Local Demographics

Did you know?

  • 1 in 5 London children will experience poverty during their childhood.1
  • The unemployment rate in Middlesex-London remained steady at around 6% between 2001 and 2008, but that it increased to 9% in 2009.2
  • The median household income in Middlesex County in 2011 was $34,305.3
  • Londoners report speaking 48 different languages.4


Below is a list of websites that may be helpful for you to find information related to housing, food, unemployment rates and other local statistics. 

These websites contain many important statistics about the city of London and the County of Middlesex. The websites also outline some of the projects that are currently happening to deal with some of the key issues facing Middlesex-London’s most vulnerable populations.

Date of creation: January 1, 2013
Last modified on: February 6, 2015


1Child and Youth Network. (2013). Ending poverty. Retrieved from
2Middlesex-London Community Health Status Resource. (2013). Social determinants of health. Retrieved from
3Middlesex County. (2011). Invest in Middlesex: Economic development. Retrieved from
4City of London. (2012). Information about London: Quick facts about London. Retrieved from