Published Monday, 16 July 2012
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Undertaken every ten years, the census captures a snapshot of local life and helps to inform government bodies on the services likely to be needed in the future.
There are 36,000 more women than men in Northern Ireland and the population is continuing to age, with 15% of respondents entitled to claim their pension.
The number of people aged 85 or over has risen by more than 8,000 in the last ten years.
"The census is the single largest statistical exercise conducted by Government," Finance Minister Sammy Wilson said.
"While it takes considerable time to plan, implement and process, the results will be of great importance in planning the future development of Northern Ireland.
"The more detailed information will assist and help to inform ministers when making important decisions on long-term policy initiatives that will have a direct impact on the people of Northern Ireland - including health and education, to name but two."
An ageing population means more pressure on both pensions and the health service, while having fewer people under the age of 18 also impacts on the education service.
The basic population figures are the first details to emerge from the census findings, with a more detailed break-down to follow.