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Analysis of Religion in the 2001 Census

DescriptionThe report explores the characteristics of each of the religion groups in Scotland using information collected from the 2001 Census in Scotland.
ISBN0-7559-3912-3
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateFebruary 28, 2005

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ANALYSIS OF RELIGION IN THE 2001 CENSUS

Summary Report
Office of the Chief Statistician
February 2005

A Scottish Executive National Statistics Publication

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Contents

Introduction
1. Demographics
Scottish Population
Age Profiles
Country of Birth
Ethnicity
Marital Status
Religion of spouse
Religion of opposite sex co-habiting couples
Ascribed religion of children by religion of parents
Family structure and number of dependent children
Lone parent families
Multiple family households
Urban Rural Scotland
Household access to cars
Local authority analysis
2. Housing
Accommodation Type
Household Tenure
Rented Accommodation
Communal Establishments
Occupancy Rating
3. Qualifications and Education
Highest Level of Qualification
No Qualifications
Student Population
4. Labour Market
Economic Activity
Unemployed
Self-employed
Size of Organisations
Occupation and Industry of Employment
Hours Worked
Socio-Economic Classification
5. Health and Care
Self-assessed Health
Long-term limiting illness and disability
Provision of Care
Annex
SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE STATISTICAL SERVICES
Correspondence and enquiries