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Census 2011: Release 2A.

Key results on Population, Ethnicity, Identity, Language, Religion, Health, Housing and Accommodation in Scotland

The latest results from the 2011 Census in Scotland show that Scotland is becoming more ethnically and religiously diverse, with an increasing number of people who live in Scotland being born outside of the UK.

Census 2011: Population and Household Estimates for Scotland Release 1C

The first set of unrounded figures from the 2011 Census in Scotland have been released today. The release covers the population and household figures first published on 17 December 2012 (with more detail presented on 21 March 2013) - Census 2011: Population and Household Estimates for Scotland - which were rounded. The figures released today contain the additional details of single year of age by sex, published at both national and local authority level.

Release 1B now published

Census 2011: Population estimates for Scotland

The latest results from the 2011 Census in Scotland show that, for the first time ever, there were more single person households than any other household size.

The results also show that, whilst the overall population is growing and getting older, it is not a uniform picture across Scotland.

First results from Scotland's Census now available.

Census 2011: Population estimates for Scotland

Scotland's population highest ever

The first results from the 2011 Census confirm that Scotland’s population is now at its highest ever level.

The statistics, published today by National Records of Scotland (NRS), provide estimates of the population broken down by age and sex, along with a total population estimate for each local authority area.

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