Population Forecasts – Testing hypotheses

This is a guest post from Joe Prince, Snr Public Health Research & Intelligence Officer , historic posts provide background to our population forecasting project and lay out our detailed approach .

Following on from our work to define the scope, the first stage of actual hard graft has been to look back and test some of our initial hypotheses, for example, does a similar household replace older childless households when they either move into more suitable accommodation, or sadly, a lone occupant dies.

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