- Childhood poverty and disadvantage
- Precarious situations
- Promising prospects
- Research and development
- Socio-cultural advantage
Each of these measures combines data from 3 indicators into a single ‘composite’ score. This provides a more reliable picture of geographical mobility patterns.
For each composite measure, 41 regions in the UK are ranked from the lowest to highest values. They are then divided into 5 equally-sized groups (‘quintiles’), from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest).
For example, East Anglia ranks in the of regions for .
(lowest 20%) Quintile 5
Districts in the East Anglia region
ITL3 areas: Norwich and East Norfolk, North and West Norfolk, Breckland and South Norfolk, Peterborough, Suffolk CC, Cambridgeshire CC
Local authorities: Peterborough, Cambridge, East Cambridgeshire, Fenland, Huntingdonshire, South Cambridgeshire, Babergh, Ipswich, Mid Suffolk, East Suffolk, West Suffolk, Broadland, Great Yarmouth, Norwich, King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, North Norfolk, Breckland, South Norfolk