LSOA

AcronymDefinition
LSOALower Super Output Area
LSOALongitudinal Study of Aging
LSOALingerie Shops of America (Phoenix, AZ)
LSOALocal Service Ordering Administration
LSOALeaving Scene of an Accident (law enforcement)
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LSOAs have a mean population of 1,500 and are used by the Office for National Statistics to report, for example, data from the decennial population census.
Blaenau also had the highest percentage of LSOAs in the most INDEX OF MULTIPLE DEPRIVATION TOP 10 Local Authority LSOA Name 2011 2014 Caerphilly StJames3 2 1 Denbighshire Rhyl West 2 1 2 Wrexham Queensway1 9 3 Rhondda Cynon Taf Tylorstown 1 10 4 Bridgend Caerau1 8 5 Caerphilly Twyn Carno 1 36 Rhondda Cynon Taf Pen-y-waun 2 15 7 Merthyr Tydfil Merthyr Vale 2 17 8 CardiffSplott 6 36 9 Denbighshire Rhyl West 17 10 deprived 50% in Wales (85.
Although in theory there could be an element of grouping at neighbourhood level (if lots of pupils came from the same neighbourhoods), in practice very few pupils came from the same LSOA, so effects related to home neighbourhood were treated as level 1 fixed effects.
This fine grained differentiation was not picked up with the quantitative data based on a standard population base unit of analysis, the LSOA.
A limitation of this dataset is that the LSOA 2000 does not employ specific variables to measure self-care.
The LSOA was based on the 1984 SOA sample, and the SOA data are referred to as the 1984 LSOA baseline.
Lastly, the LSOA asks the respondents about their veteran status and period of military service, thus allowing for comparison of the dynamics of ageing for elderly veterans with their non-veteran counterparts.
The top 10 most deprived areas in the capital also include the "Splott 6" LSOA - which includes Sanquahar and East Tyndall streets - and five parts of Ely, where local councillors said they were disappointed but not surprised.
The LSOA (Local Service Order Administration) Gateway supports sending messages to the regional Number Portability Administration Centers (NPACs) established to ensure that local telephone numbers remain the same when individual consumers or businesses change service providers.
The LSOA was based on a nationally representative sample of 7,527 individuals who were living in the community and were 70 or older in 1984.
Cardiff council's LSOA development team, which covers eight areas in Fairwater, Llanrumney and Trowbridge, has been awarded pounds 867,385.
The LSOA Gateway facilitates the local number portability (LNP) process.