The latest releases (9 April) are "Census 2011: Detailed characteristics on Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion in Scotland – Release 3C." and "Census 2011: Key Results on Long-term health conditions, Central Heating and Deprivation – Release 2D"
Data from Releases 3C, 3B and 3A, together with all Release 2 tables, are available via the Census Data Explorer. Release 3C is the third in a series of rolling releases of cross tabulations covering all the topics included in the census.
Summary of previous releases
- Release 3B (March 2014) provides additional cross-tabulated data on Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion
- Release 3A (Feb 2014) provides cross-tabulated data on Ethnicity, Identity, Language and Religion
- Release 2C (Dec 2013) provides data on Living Arrangements
- Release 2B (Nov 2013) provides data on Education and Labour Market.
- Release 2A (Sep 2013) provides data on Population, Ethnicity, Identity, Language, Religion, Health, Housing and Accommodation.
- Release 1C (Aug 2013) provides unrounded population and household estimates and a range of geography products.
- Release 1B (Mar 2013) provides usually resident census population estimates (rounded to the nearest 100) for Scotland, by five-year age bands and sex. Usually resident census population estimates (rounded to the nearest 100) for each council area, by five-year age bands and sex; and estimates of number of households (rounded to the nearest 10) for Scotland and each council area.
- Release 1A (Dec 2012) provides estimates (rounded to the nearest thousand) of the usually resident population of Scotland on Census Day, broken down by age and sex. Also provided are estimates of the total usually resident population in each council area (rounded to the nearest thousand).
Information on the profile and timings for the rest of Release 3 will be provided in the next update to the Outputs Prospectus.