All the data collected from residents of Croxley from the 2021 Census has now been released, including information about sexuality, housing and education.
In March 2021, households across England and Wales completed the census, a questionnaire which is submitted every 10 years to give the government a picture of all the households in the country.
In both areas – named as Croxley Green and Croxley North & Sarratt – an overwhelming majority of residents identified as heterosexual, at more than 92 per cent.
The number of gay, lesbian or bisexual residents was below one per cent in both areas, though around six per cent did not state their sexuality.
A total of 86 per cent of people in the village stated that they lived in houses or bungalows rather than apartments, flats or mobile homes.
Meanwhile, 20 per cent of residents stated they were either school pupils or students, which amounts to a fifth of all those living in Croxley.
The majority of residents in both areas registered their highest education qualification as an undergraduate degree or above, with 37 per cent stating their highest qualification was either a GCSE, BTEC or A Level, and 11 per cent stating they had no qualifications whatsoever.