A Profile of Health, Disability and Carers has been published by the Central Statistics Office. This is the second Census report that features data on self-rated health of the population. 87% of the population rated their health as good or very good. While 96 per cent of professional workers (excluding not stated) enjoyed good or very good health this proportion fell across the social groups to just over 83 per cent for the unskilled workers. Meanwhile, the proportion of those with bad or very bad health increased with lower social class with 2.6 per cent indicating bad or very bad health for the unskilled workers compared with only 0.5 per cent of professional workers. The report also highlighted a 35% increase in carers aged 85 and over since the last Census in 2011.