National Records of Scotland have today published Scotland’s Census 2011 General Report and it has been laid before the Scottish Parliament. This document reviews the entire 2011 Census operation from the early planning and consultation through to the production and dissemination of outputs and evaluation. It provides a wealth of detail about how Scotland’s Census 2011 was carried out and what we have learned to take forward in our planning for th
NRS has today published Part 1 of an analytical report providing national level statistics on Gaelic from Scotland's Census 2011.
On Census Day, 27 March 2011, a total of 87,100 people aged 3 and over in Scotland (1.7 per cent of the population) had some Gaelic language skills. This included 57,600 people who could speak Gaelic.
The key findings from this report include:
NRS has today published a report that presents findings from the analysis of Scotland's Census 2011 on the characteristics of Scotland's island population.This report presents key results relating to Scotland’s inhabited islands, based on the results of the 2011 Census.
NRS has published a report that presents findings from the analysis of Scotland's Census 2011 on the household composition and living arrangements for all people in Scotland. This can be viewed and downloaded on the Analytical Reports page.
You can now access Scotland's Census 2011 via 'DataShine Scotland', a visualisation tool from University College London (UCL). 'DataShine Scotland' utilises the DataShine framework to map the various Key and Quick Statistics from Scotland’s Census 2011. See an example screenshot below and visit Datashine Scotland.