The statistics published today by the Registrar General for Scotland, provide estimates of the population relating to Education and the Labour Market at all levels of geography from national level down to output area. In addition, the key results on Population, Ethnicity, Identity, Language, Religion, Health, Housing and Accommodation in Scotland - from release 2A are now available at all levels of geography from national level down to output area.
Our website now includes enhanced functionality via the new Census Data Explorer
The Explorer provides access to Release 2A results in a variety of new formats, including:
Area profiles - A snapshot of census results for a range of areas, comparing up to three areas at once. Profiles on Population, Identity, Health and Housing will be available.
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.
This latest release provides 2011 Census estimates of the number of usual residents and the number of households with at least one usual resident, for postcodes, census output areas, data zones and inhabited islands in Scotland.
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.