Yr Iaith Gymraeg: un miliwn o siaradwyr Cymraeg erbyn 2050? / Welsh Language: A million Welsh speakers by 2050?

Shelton, N. & Duke-Williams, O. (2019) BSPS, Cardiff, Wales, 9 - 11 Sept 2019 [ONS LS]

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Abstract:

Research Question: What factors are associated with change in Welsh Language speaking between 2001 and 2011? Methods: Analysis of Welsh Census completed in 2011 and Welsh and English Census completed in 2001. Results: Gaining Welsh language compared with losing it, n=1,713: odds increase with age and with the number of Welsh speakers in the household. Marital status and educational qualifications were not significantly associated. Retaining Welsh language compared with losing it, n=3,533: odds increase with age and with number of Welsh speakers in the household. Odds are lower for married/partnered than never married/partnered. Educational qualifications were not significantly associated. Gaining Welsh language compared with not gaining it, n=18,327: odds increase with age and with number of Welsh speakers in the household. Odds are lower for married/partnered and divorced/separated than never married/partnered and higher for graduates than those with no qualifications. All analysis is adjusted for socio-economic status.

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Output from project: 0300411

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