GM Mini Poverty Monitor
GMPA has produced a GM Mini Poverty Monitor detailing some of the key statistics relating to poverty across the city region. Data is provided either at a Greater Manchester level and/or a local authority level (detailing statistics for each of the ten GM boroughs).
The aim of the mini monitor is to provide a snapshot of poverty in Greater Manchester and how different areas compare. Each graph provides a link through to the original data source, allowing the user to find out more and make comparisons between GM and other parts of the country. The page is broken down into seven sections: Child poverty, Housing, The labour market, Social security, Education, Health and Fuel poverty, food poverty and the poverty premium. You can jump straight to individual charts using the links below. The monitor is not an exhaustive list, but a snapshot of key indicators we know are of interest to members of our network.
If you would like to access data at a more local level (e.g. ward or lower super output area level), we would encourage you to look at the MappingGm tool created by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and Salford City Council.
The data presented on this page was gathered in June 2019. Some of the data is updated regularly and we encourage users to go to the original data source to identify whether more up-to-date data is available.
You can download the GMPA press statement we released to coincide with the launch of the mini monitor here.
If you have any comments about the data on this page please contact us by email . GMPA is keen on developing a more comprehensive poverty monitor in the future. Please contact us if this is something you could support us with.