> Life expectancy in Poole for both men (79.4 years) and women (83.5 years) was lower than the South West and England averages.
> The rate of teenage conception in Poole (36.0 per 1,000 women aged 15-17) was higher than the South West (34.5 per 1,000) but lower than the England (40.2 per 1,000) rate.
> The crime rate in Poole (37.3 per 1,000 population) was higher than the rate for the South West (33.8 per 1,000) but lower than England and Wales (41.3 per 1,000).
> Median gross annual pay in Poole was £26,368 (South West £24,922, England £26,165)
> The latest unemployment rate for Poole is 6.0% (South West 6.0%, England 7.6%)
> 55.7% of Poole pupils achieved 5+ GCSEs grades A*-C or equivalent, including Maths and English (South West 57.5%, England 58.3%).
> Poole’s lowest quartile affordability ratio (house price to earnings ratio: a higher ratio means less affordable housing) was 9.6 (South West 8.2, England 6.7).
> There were 369 road casualties per 100,000 population in Poole, higher than the rate for the South West (310) or England (355).