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Proportion of population aged over 16 in social classes A or B (2011)

dark brown  > 32%

brown 26.5% - 32%

mid brown 23.2% - 26.5%

light brown 20% - 23.2%

pale brown 17.7% - 20%

very pale brown 15% - 17.7%

white < 15%

Areas with a high proportion of adults in social classes A and B are central and west London, south east and south central England, the south Midlands, Cheshire and parts of North Yorkshire. The area with by far the highest proportion is the City of London with 61% of the adult population in the highest social class. Areas with the lowest proportion include South Wales, Hull, Blackpool, Stoke-on-Trent and Great Yarmouth.