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Only North East England shows more indicators of deprivation than the North West, but the number of affluent areas in the North West is very similar to Yorkshire and the Humber.
The most deprived local authority areas in the region (based on specific wards within those borough areas) are, in descending order – Liverpool, Manchester, Knowsley, Blackpool, Salford, Blackburn with Darwen, Burnley, Rochdale, Barrow-in-Furness, Halton, Hyndburn, Oldham, Pendle, St Helens, Preston, Bolton, Tameside, Wirral, Wigan, Copeland, Sefton, and Rossendale.
The fifteen most common countries of birth in 2001 for North West citizens were as follows (2008 estimates, where available, in brackets) The Jodrell Bank Lovell 76-m radio telescope in Lower Withington, built in August 1957, is the world's third largest steerable telescope, and was the largest until 1971.
It was designed by Sheffield's Sir Charles Husband and built of steel from Scunthorpe Of the nine regions of the England, the North West has the fourth highest GVA per capita—the highest outside southern England.
37.86% of the North West's population resides in Greater Manchester, 21.39% in Lancashire, 20.30% in Merseyside, 14.76% in Cheshire and 7.41% live in the largest county by area, Cumbria.
There are 323,800 South Asians, making up 4.7% of the population, and 1.1% Black Britons (80,600).
North West England, one of nine official regions of England, consists of the five counties of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside.
The North West had a population of 7,052,000 in 2011.
During the Industrial Revolution hundreds of thousands of Welsh people migrated to the North West of England to work in the coal mines.
Parts with notably high populations with Welsh ancestry as a result of this include Liverpool, Skelmersdale, Widnes, Halewood, Wallasey, Ashton-in-Makerfield and Birkenhead.
Despite this the region has above average multiple deprivation with wealth heavily concentrated on very affluent areas like rural Cheshire, rural Lancashire, and south Cumbria.