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Proportion of population in very good health (2011)

dark brown  > 51%

brown 48.75% - 51%

mid brown 47.5% - 48.75%

light brown 46.2% - 47.5%

pale brown 45% - 46.2%

very pale brown 43% - 45%

white < 43%

Areas with the highest proportion of the population are in very good health are southern central England in the home counties, central and west London, Cambridgeshire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire. Areas with the lowest proportion of the population in very good health include eastern England, the south west of England, mid and south Wales, the north east of England, the Isle of Wight and Blackpool.