Figure 2.4.5: Residential instability quintiles
Percent of households by dissemination area, City of London, 2015
Source:Statistics Canada, 2016 Census of Population, 25% sample
Residential instability quintiles are grouped based on Ontario cut-offs. With this method, quintiles are weighted provincially, so that each quintile contains 20% of all Ontario dissemination areas. This means that the distribution of quintiles across Middlesex-London or the City of London will not necessarily be equal, however it is helpful for making comparisons between geographies using provincially comparable measures of marginalization.
The map of the City of London indicates that residential instability varies across the City.