Top 10 Alberta Constituencies according to Statistics Canada

In advance of the upcoming provincial election in Alberta, I have been reading through data collected through the 2011 Census of Canada and National Household Survey. Available on the Alberta Treasury Board and Finance website, the report breaks down collected information on a provincial constituency level in Alberta. Here is a sample of the results, broken down by constituency:

Top 10 constituencies with the highest +65 age group
19.0% Medicine Hat
18.5% Lethbridge-East
18.2% Livingstone-Macleod
17.9% Edmonton-Gold Bar
17.8% Calgary-Glenmore
17.2% Calgary-Varsity
16.6% Wetaskiwin-Camrose
16.4% Drumheller-Stettler
16.2% Edmonton-Riverview
16.1% Dunvegan-Central Peace-Notley

Top 10 constituencies with the highest 18-24 age group
17.3% Edmonton-Strathcona
15.0% Edmonton-Centre
13.6% Calgary-Varsity
12.3% Edmonton-Riverview
11.9% Fort McMurray-Conklin
11.9% Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo
11.7% Edmonton-McClung
11.6% Red Deer-North
11.3% Calgary-Shaw
11.0% Calgary-Buffalo

Top 10 constituencies with the highest percentage children under the age of six living in low income households:
35.3% Edmonton-Centre
30.7% Edmonton-Beverly-Clareview
29.3% Edmonton-Mill Woods
28.7% Calgary-Cross
27.5% Calgary-Fort
26.9% Calgary-East
25.5% Calgary-Buffalo
25.0% Edmonton-Meadowlark
24.1% Edmonton-Highlands-Norwood
23.6% Calgary-McCall

Top 10 constituencies with the highest Immigrant population
48.9% Calgary-McCall
48.8% Calgary-Greenway
38.3% Calgary-Foothills
38.2% Calgary-Cross
37.0% Edmonton-Mill Creek
34.6% Calgary-Northern Hills
33.0% Calgary-Lougheed
32.0% Edmonton-Whitemud
30.7% Edmonton-Decore
30.2% Edmonton-Ellerslie
30.1% Calgary-East

Top 10 constituencies with the highest Aboriginal population
54.0% Lesser Slave Lake
26.2% Peace River
24.6% Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two Hills
20.3% Bonnyville-Cold Lake
17.4% Fort McMurray-Conklin
16.4% Wetaskiwin-Camrose
16.2% Cardston-Taber-Warner
11.9% Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
11.3% Grande Prairie-Smoky
11.0% Stony Plain

Top 10 constituencies with the highest College or University educated population (+25 years old)
79.6% Calgary-West
77.5% Edmonton-Whitemud
77.2% Calgary-North West
76.6 Calgary-Varsity
74.3% Calgary-Mountain View
74% Calgary-Elbow
73.8% Calgary-Buffalo
71.1% Calgary-Hawkwood
69.8% Edmonton-South West
68.5% Calgary-Bow

Top 10 constituencies with the highest percentage of population holding less than a high school diploma
37.2% Peace River
30.0% Lesser Slave Lake
24.4% Dunvegan-Central Peace-Notley
22.8% Calgary-East
22.7% Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two Hills
22.5% Edmonton-Decore
22.4% Calgary-Greenway
21.6% Wetaskiwin-Camrose
21.5% Whitecourt-Ste. Anne
21% Little Bow

2 thoughts on “Top 10 Alberta Constituencies according to Statistics Canada

  1. NJ

    Under constituencies by University or College-educated population, you list a non-existent riding (Calgary-South West). Did you mean Calgary-South East or Edmonton-South West?

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