More than 250,000 people identify as a gender that is different to their sex registered at birth, according to the 2021 census.
In all, 262,000 people over 16 in England and Wales, or 0.5% of the population, said their identity was different in a voluntary question included in the census for the first time.
Around 1.5 million people (3.2%) said they identified as LGB .
Overall, 94% of the population answered the question on gender identity and 92.5% of the population answered the question on sexual orientation.
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