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National Census

In Australia a national census takes place every five years. Since 1986, NCLS Research has gained access to Australia-wide census data to provide Community Profiles to assist congregations make better connections. Profiles have been designed using 2001 ABS Census data to highlight key demographic data for use in context dependent planning for churches and other groups.

Below are some resources that draw on both NCLS and national census data.

Some Resources that use Census and NCLS data

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Census vs Attendance (2001) (Research Article)
What proportion of people who identify with a Christian denomination attend church frequently?
Census vs Attendance (2001) (Research Article)
What proportion of people who identify with a Christian denomination attend church frequently?
Church Attendance as a Percentage of the Australian Population
Church Attendance as a Percentage of the Australian Population
This paper presents estimates of size and patterns of growth/decline from the 2001 NCLS
This paper presents estimates of size and patterns of growth/decline from the 2001 NCLS
This paper presents estimates of size and patterns of growth/decline from the 2001 NCLS
This paper presents estimates of size and patterns of growth/decline from the 2001 NCLS
Population Profiles (Research Article)
We have assembled 'Population Profiles' for each of 14 different groups of people.
Population Profiles (Research Article)
We have assembled 'Population Profiles' for each of 14 different groups of people.

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