JSNA Gendered League Table

HOW GENDERED IS YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITY JSNA?

This league table shows number of gendered data points per local authority JSNA and that number as a percentage of the total of JSNA measures. Where local authorities have the same number of gendered measures we have ascribed a higher position to those with the highest percentage of gendered measures.

1 LB Hillingdon 29 71%
2 Hampshire CC 27 54%
3 Bolton Met 26 65%
4 LB Ealing 24 52%
5 Herefordshire CC 23 57%
6 Wirral Met 23 52%
7 Triborough* 22 67%
8 Kingston upon Thames 22 61%
9 Wakefield City 22 49%
10 Sandwell Met 21 78%
11 LB Richmond upon Thames 21 55%
12 NE Lincolnshire 21 51%
13 Halton BC 21 50%
14 Leicester City 21 48%
15 LB Croydon 20 63%
16 Kingston upon Hull 20 60%
17 East Sussex CC 20 59%
18 Central Bedfordshire 20 51%
19 LB Lewisham 20 48%
20 Calerdale Met 20 47%
21 Blackpool BC 19 45%
22 Birmingham City 19 44%
23 Brighton and Hove City 18 51%
24 LB Harrow 18 49%
25 Kirklees 18 44%
26 Nottinghamshire CC 18 35%
27 Norfolk CC 17 63%
28 Dudley Met 17 43%
29 Stockport Met 17 43%
30 Trafford Met 17 43%
31 LB Hackney & City of London 17 31%
32 Suffolk CC 16 62%
33 LB Hounslow 16 53%
34 Bedford BC 16 46%
35 Blackburn with Darwen BC 16 44%
36 Stoke on Trent  16 44%
37 LB Bexley 16 43%
38 LB Merton 16 43%
39 Worcestershire CC 16 43%
40 Wigan Met 16 42%
41 Leeds City 16 39%
42 Nottingham City 16 36%
43 City of York 16 34%
44 LB Havering 15 63%
45 Luton BC 15 44%
46 LB Redbridge 15 42%
47 Gloucestershire CC 15 39%
48 Swindon BC 15 38%
49 LB Camden 14 52%
50 Darlington BC 14 52%
51 Kent CC 14 52%
52 Warrington BC 14 47%
53 Lancashire CC 14 40%
54 Surrey CC 14 40%
55 LB Islington 14 37%
56 Portsmouth City 14 35%
57 Sunderland City 14 35%
58 LB Waltham Forest 14 33%
59 Doncaster Met 14 29%
60 Derby City 14 28%
61 Knowsley Met 13 54%
62 Dorset CC 13 52%
63 LB Barking & Dagenham 13 46%
64 LB Brent 13 41%
65 Bath & North Somerset 13 31%
66 Liverpool City 12 40%
67 LB Wandsworth 12 34%
68 Medway 12 33%
69 East Riding of Yorkshire  12 28%
70 Warwickshire CC  12 24%
71 Shropshire 11 44%
72 Thurrock 11 41%
73 Isle of Wight 11 38%
74 LB Southwark 11 37%
75 Buckinghamshire CC 11 33%
76 LB Enfield 11 32%
77 Salford City 11 31%
78 Manchester City 10 43%
79 Peterborough City 10 36%
80 Cumbria CC 10 33%
81 Redcar & Cleveland BC 10 32%
82 Oxfordshire CC 10 30%
83 Wiltshire 10 29%
84 LB Bromley 10 27%
85 Northumberland CC 10 25%
86 Stockton on Tees BC 10 25%
87 Rochdale Met 10 24%
88 LB Sutton 10 23%
89 Southampton City 9 45%
90 Cornwall 9 39%
91 West Sussex CC 9 38%
92 Windsor & Maidenhead 9 36%
93 South Tyneside Met 9 35%
94 West Berkshire 9 35%
95 LB Tower Hamlets 9 33%
96 Bournemouth BC & Poole 9 32%
97 LB Lambeth 9 30%
98 North Somerset 9 30%
99 Somerset CC 9 30%
100 Walsall Met 9 28%
101 Solihull Met 9 26%
102 Gateshead Met 9 25%
103 Middlesbrough 9 25%
104 Barnsley Met 9 24%
105 LB Haringey 9 24%
106 Slough BC 9 24%
107 LB Barnet 9 23%
108 Sefton 9 23%
109 City Bradford Met 9 20%
110 St Helens Met 9 19%
111 Hertfordshire CC 8 35%
112 Cheshire West & Chester 8 29%
113 Bristol City 8 25%
114 Hartlepool BC 8 22%
115 Bury Met BC 8 21%
116 Sheffield City 8 20%
117 Derbyshire CC 8 19%
118 N Lincolnshire 8 19%
119 North Tyneside Met 8 18%
120 Cambridgeshire CC 7 33%
121 Plymouth City 7 32%
122 Cheshire East 7 28%
123 Oldham Met 7 16%
124 Leicestershire CC 7 15%
125 North Yorkshire CC 7 14%
126 Durham CC 6 21%
127 LB Newham 6 21%
128 Milton Keynes 6 20%
129 Newcastle upon Tyne City 6 19%
130 Bracknell Forest BC 6 18%
131 Wolverhampton City 6 17%
132 Lincolnshire CC 6 15%
133 Northamptonshire CC 6 14%
134 Coventry City 5 24%
135 Tameside Met 5 24%
136 Essex CC 5 19%
137 Wokingham BC 5 19%
138 Greenwich 5 18%
139 Southend on Sea BC 5 18%
140 Reading BC 5 16%
141 Telford & Wrekin  4 33%
142 Rotherham Met 4 31%
143 Devon CC 4 18%
144 South Gloucestershire  4 16%
145 Staffordshire CC 4 16%
146 Rutland CC 4 10%
147 Torbay 2 8%

 

BC: Borough Council

CC: County Council

LB: London Borough

Met: Metropolitan Borough Council

*Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea 

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