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Table 2 Male population estimates by major ethnic group, by individual years and averaged, England 2008–2010

From: Lifetime risk of being diagnosed with, or dying from, prostate cancer by major ethnic group in England 2008–2010

Major ethnic group 2008 a, N (%) 2009 a, N (%) 2010 b, N (%) Average annual population (2008–2010) a,b, N (%)
White 22,165,900 (88) 22,233,900 (87) 22,198,066 (85) 22,199,289 (87)
Asian 1,564,400 (6) 1,623,800 (6) 1,904,680 (7) 1,697,627 (7)
Black 731,800 (3) 751,400 (3) 888,185 (3) 790,462 (3)
Mixed 458,300 (2) 481,200 (2) 595,664 (2) 511,721 (2)
Other 403,000 (2) 424,100 (2) 482,553 (2) 436,551 (2)
Overall 25,323,400   25,514,400   26,069,148   25,635,649  
  1. a The populations by ethnic group for 2008 and 2009 are estimated by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) using experimental statistics but should be viewed with caution as they have not been shown to meet the standards required of National Statistics
  2. b The population by ethnic group for 2010 was estimated using the 2011 Census data (with minor ethnic group Chinese reclassified under major group Other, for consistency with other data sources)
  3. Table produced with data from [3335]