According to the Census 2011, the majority (66.6%) of Coventry’s total population is White British. This is notably lower than West Midlands region’s figures (79.2%) and national figures (79.8%). It means that Coventry has a notably higher percentage of black and minority ethnic population (BME) compared to the national average.
White British 66.6%
White Other 7.2%
The 2011 Census shows that over 53% of Coventry residents identify as Christian, while Islam is the second most-followed religion. 23% of the population do not identify with a religion.
No Religion 23.0%