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Proportion of population who are Jewish (2011)

dark brown >0.35%

brown 0.185% - 0.35%

mid brown 0.21% - 0.185%

light brown 0.079% - 0.21%

pale brown 0.057% - 0.079%

very pale brown 0.038% - 0.057%

white <0.038%

Areas with the highest proportion of people who are Jewish are in north London, particularly Barnet, Hertfordshire, south Buckinghamshire, Bury and Salford in Greater Manchester, Gateshead, Southend-on-Sea, Brighton and Leeds. Areas with the lowest proportion of Jewish people include the South Wales valleys, the Black Country, north Warwickshire and east Lancashire.