Stoke-on-Trent VS Oxford
|Deprivation (%)||52.4 above||14.6 below||20.4|
|Life expectancy at birth (Male)||76.7 years below||78.9 years below||79.6 years|
|Life expectancy at birth (Female)||80.5 years below||83.1 years above||83.0 years|
|GCSEs Achieved (5A* to C inc English and Maths)||50.1 below||55.2 below||60.8|
|Long Term Unemployment (Crude rate per 1000)||11.4 above||4.6 below||9.9|
|Physically active adults (% with at least 150 mins a week)||50.2 below||62.4 above||56|
|Smoking related deaths per 100,000 population aged 35+||422 above||270 below||292|
Oxford –Oxford is significantly worse (bottom quartile) than the national average on key factors including children in poverty, GCSEs achieved, self harm and alcohol related hospital stays, drug misuse, TB incidence and STI transmission. Significantly better for for physically active adults, obese adults, excess weight in adults and incidence of diabetes.
Stoke-on-Trent – 21 are significantly below national average including under 18 children in poverty, GCSEs achieved, self harm and alcohol related hospital stays, drug misuse, STI transmission. Obesity levels above average but not significantly. Significantly better for TB incidence and elderly winter deaths.