Here you can view and download the figures and tables included in the 'Release 1' and 'Release 2' statistical bulletins.

These tables and figures are derived from a range of census topics and have been produced specifically for the statistical bulletins. While similar in many aspects, these tables are provided in addition to the Key Statistics and Quick Statistics tables available via the Census Data Explorer.

These files have been made available in the following formats:- Excel spreadsheets, Comma Separated Value (csv) or Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF). The maximum file size is 2,111 Kb. . Please note Release 1c (part two) Table A1 contains 145,690 records and so will not open completely in 2003 or earlier versions of Excel.

### Statistical Bulletin - Release 2D

A list of figures

- Figure 1 - Type of long-term health condition, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 2 - Proportion of population with one or more long-term health conditions by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 3 - Type of central heating in households, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 4 - Type of central heating in households by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 5 - Dimensions of deprivation for households, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 6 - Dimensions of deprivation for households by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

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A list of tables

### Statistical Bulletin - Release 2C

A list of figures

- Figure 1 - Accommodation type, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 2 - Accommodation type by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 3 - Average number of rooms per person by council area, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 4 - Occupancy rating, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 5 - Occupancy rating by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 6 - Household composition, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 7 - Household composition by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 8 - Employment status of lone parents aged 16 to 74 by sex, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 9 - Dependency of children by family type, Scotland, 2011-

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 10 - Number of dependent children in families with dependent children by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 11 - Age of the youngest dependent child in families with dependent children by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 12 - Household type by age of Household Reference Person (HRP), Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 13 - Households with residents from more than one ethnic group by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 14 - Approximated Social Grade of Household Reference Persons (HRPs) aged 16 to 64 by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 15 - Method of travel to work of employed people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 16 - Method of travel to work of employed people aged 16 to 74 by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 17 - Method of travel to study for students aged 4 and over, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 18 - Method of travel to study for students aged 4 and over by council area, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

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A list of tables

- Table A1 - Average number of rooms per person by council area, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A2 - Table UV65 from 2001 using 2011 definition of pensionable age by council area, Scotland -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A3 - Method of travel to work or study for all employed people aged 16 to 74 and students aged 4 and over by council area, Scotland, 2001 -

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### Statistical Bulletin - Release 2B

A list of figures

- Figure 1 - Highest level of qualifications of people aged 16 and over, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 2 - Highest level of qualifications of people aged 16 and over by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 3 - Economic activity of people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2011 and 2001 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 4 - Economically active people aged 16 to 74 by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 5a - Economically active people aged 16 to 74 by sex, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 5b - Economically inactive people aged 16 to 74 by sex, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 6 - Hours worked per week by employed people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 7 - Hours worked per week by employed people aged 16 to 74 by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 8 - Economically active unemployed people aged 16 to 74 by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 9 - Industry sector of employed people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2011-

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 10 - High-level industry sector of employed people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 11 - High-level industry sector of employed people, Scotland, 1911, 1961 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 12 - Industry sectors of employed people aged 16 to 74 by sex, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 13 - Occupation (9-category classification) of employed people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 14 - Occupation (9-category classification) of employed people aged 16 to 74 by sex, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 15 - NS-SeC of all people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 16 - NS-SeC by sex of all people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2011 -

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A list of appendices

- Appendix A1: Economically active people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Appendix A2: Detailed and high-level industry sector of employed people aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Appendix A3: Detailed and high-level industry sector of employed males aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Appendix A4: Detailed and high-level industry sector of employed females aged 16 to 74, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

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### Statistical Bulletin - Release 2A

A list of tables

- Table 1 - Marital and civil partnership status of all people aged 16 and over, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 2 - Ethnic groups, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 3 - Fifteen most reported countries of birth outside the UK, Scotland, 2011 and 2001 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 4 - Most recent year of arrival in the UK of people born outside the UK, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 5 - Length of residence in the UK, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 6 - National identity, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 7 - Religion, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 8 - Long-term activity-limiting health problem or disability, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 9 - Provision of unpaid care, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 10 - Tenure of households, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

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A list of figures

- Figure 1 - Marital and civil partnership status of all people aged 16 and over by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 2 - Ethnic groups, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 3 - White ethnic groups by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 4 - Minority ethnic groups by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 5 - People born outside the UK by council area, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 6 - Most recent year of arrival in the UK of people born outside the UK, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 7 - Age of arrival in the UK of people born outside the UK, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 8 - National identity by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 9 - Gaelic speakers by age, Scotland, 2001 and 2011-

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 10 - Language other than English used at home, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 11 - Language other than English used at home by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 12 - Religion by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 13 - General health, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 14 - General health by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 15 - Long-term activity-limiting health problem or disability by council area, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 16 - Provision of unpaid care by hours given by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 17 - Household size, Scotland, 1961 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 18 - Tenure of households, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 19 - Tenure of households by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 20 - Cars or vans available per household, Scotland, 1991, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 21 - Average number of cars or vans per household by population density by council area, Scotland, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 22 - Households with access to one or more cars or vans by council area, Scotland, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 23 - Type of communal establishment by council area (people), Scotland, 2011 -

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### Statistical Bulletin - Release 1C (part two)

A list of tables

- Table 1: Census output areas, 2001 and 2011, Scotland -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 2: 2011 Census output areas by number of usual residents, Scotland -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 3: 2011 Census output areas by number of occupied households, Scotland -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 4: Data zones by number of usual residents, Scotland -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 5: Data zones by number of occupied households, Scotland -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A1: Census day estimates of usually resident population and households by postcode, 2011 -

csv - Table A2: Census day usually resident population and households by census output area, 2011 -

csv - Table A3: Census day usually resident population and households by data zone, 2011 -

csv - Table A4: Change in census day estimates of population and households on Scotland's inhabited islands, 2001 to 2011 -

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### Statistical Bulletin - Release 1C (part one)

A list of tables

- All Tables -

Excel, PDF - Table A1 - Census day usually resident population by single year of age and administrative area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A2 - Census day usually resident male population by single year of age and administrative area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A3 - Census day usually resident female population by single year of age and administrative area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A4 - Households by number of usual residents in household and council area, census day 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A5 - Census day usually resident population by household or communal establishment residence, by council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Appendix 2 - Revisions to estimates published in Release 1B -

Excel, csv, PDF - Century of Census 1911 - 2011 Census Day population estimates by age and sex, Scotland -

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### Statistical Bulletin - Release 1B

A list of tables

- Table 1 - Census day usually resident population by sex and council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table 2 - Census day usually resident population by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A1 - Census Day usually resident population1 by age and council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A2 - Census Day usually resident male population1 by age and council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A3 - Census Day usually resident female population1 by age and council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A4 - Census day usually resident population by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A5 - Census day usually resident population aged under 15 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A6 - Census day usually resident population aged under 5 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A7 - Census day usually resident population aged 5 to 14 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A8 - Census day usually resident population aged 15 to 64 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A9 - Census day usually resident population aged 15 to 39 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A10 - Census day usually resident population aged 40 to 64 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A11 - Census day usually resident population aged 65 and over by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A12 - Census day usually resident population aged 65 to 79 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A13 - Census day usually resident population aged 80 and over by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A14 - Census day usually resident population by sex and council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A15 - Census day dependency ratios1 by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A16 - Households by number of usual residents in household and council area, census day 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A17 - Households, usual residents of households and average household size by council area, 2001 and 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A18 - Census day usually resident population by whether living in a household or communal establishment, by council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A19 - Usual residents of households, households by number of usual residents in household, average household size, Scotland, 1961 to 2011 -

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A list of figures

- Figure 1 - Population by age group and council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 2 - Percentage of the population aged 65 and over, by council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 3 - Percentage change in total population by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 4 - Percentage change in population aged under 15 by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 5 - Percentage change in the population aged under 5 by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 6 - Percentage change in the population aged 5 to 14 by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 7 - Percentage change in the population aged 15 to 64 by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 8 - Percentage change in the population aged 15 to 39 by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 9 - Percentage change in the population aged 40 to 64 by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 10 - Percentage change in the population aged 65 and over by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 11 - Percentage change in population aged 80 and over by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 12 - Dependency ratios for those aged 65 and over and under 15 by council area, 20 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 13 - Percentage change in the number of households and the household resident population1, by council area, 2001 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 14 - Percentage of the population living alone, by council area, 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 15 - Average household size (number of people per household), Scotland, 1961 to 2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 16 - Household size, total Scotland, 1961 to 2011 -

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### Methodology paper - Release 1B

How the census population estimates were obtained

- 2011 Census: Components of the alternative household estimate in the CCS sample by Processing Unit, Hard to Count group and type - Excel, PDF
- 2011 Census: Confidence intervals of population estimates, by age group and gender - Excel, PDF
- 2011 Census: Variables collapsed and reasons for collapsing key estimation variables by Processing Unit - Excel, PDF
- Census Coverage Survey, household response rate and sample size by Local Authority, 2011 - Excel, PDF

### Statistical Bulletin - Release 1A

A list of tables

- Table 1 - Census Day population estimates, 1911 - 2011 - Excel, csv, PDF
- Table 2 - Census Day population estimates by age (1911 - 2011) - Excel, csv, PDF
- Table 3 - Population age structure in Scotland compared with rest of UK and EU countries -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A1 - 2011 Census Day usual resident 1 population estimates by five-year age group and sex, Scotland - Excel, csv, PDF
- Table A2 - 2011 Census Day usual resident 1 population estimates by council area -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A3 - 2011 Census: 95% confidence interval widths by age group and sex, Scotland -

Excel, csv, PDF - Table A4 - 2011 Census: 95% confidence interval widths, by council area - Excel, csv, PDF
- Table A5 - 2011 Census: percentage person response rate, by council area - Excel, csv, PDF

A list of figures

- Figure 1 - Census Year Population Estimates by Age (2001 and 2011) Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 2 - Census Year Population Estimates (1801 - 2011) Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 3 - Census Day population estimates: proportions by age, 1911 - 2011 - Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 4a - Census Day population estimates by age and sex, 1911 - Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 4b - Census Day population estimates by age and sex, 2011 - Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 5 - Dependency ratios, 1911-2011 - Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 6 - Census Day population estimates: percentage males by age, 1911-2011 -

Excel, csv, PDF - Figure 7a - Population density by council area, 2011 - Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 7b - Population density by council area, 2011 - Excel, csv, PDF
- Figure 8 - Population densities, EU27 countries, Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland, 2011 - Excel, csv, PDF