Publication - Statistics

Characteristics of Recent and Established EEA and non-EEA migrants in Scotland: Analysis of the 2011 Census

Published: 24 Mar 2015
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781785441974

This report presents findings from analysis of the 2011 Census on characteristics and experiences of recent and established migrants from EEA and non-EEA countries living in Scotland.

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Contents
Characteristics of Recent and Established EEA and non-EEA migrants in Scotland: Analysis of the 2011 Census
Annex

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Annex

Table A1. Detailed country or birth, column percentages

All

EEA recent

EEA established

Non-EEA recent

Non-EEA established

Channel Islands and Isle of Man

0

0

0

0

1

Republic of Ireland

6

7

30

0

0

EU member countries in March 2001

15

25

59

0

0

EU accession countries April 2001 to March 2011

21

67

9

0

0

Europe: Non EU countries

3

1

2

5

5

North Africa

2

0

0

3

3

Central and Western Africa

4

0

0

10

3

South and Eastern Africa

7

0

0

10

15

Middle East

3

0

0

6

5

Eastern Asia

7

0

0

14

11

Southern Asia

13

0

0

24

24

South-East Asia

5

0

0

8

8

Central Asia

0

0

0

1

0

North America

7

0

0

11

14

Central America

0

0

0

1

0

South America

1

0

0

2

2

The Caribbean

1

0

0

1

1

Antartica, Oceania & Other

3

0

0

5

7

Table A2. Detailed ethnicity, column percentages

All

EEA

recent

EEA established

Non-EEA recent

Non-EEA established

White Scottish

14

2

32

5

31

Other White British

6

1

11

3

12

White Irish

6

7

25

0

0

Other White *

39

87

30

19

11

Mixed or multiple ethnic group

1

1

1

2

2

Pakistani, Pakistani Scottish or Pakistani British

6

0

0

8

13

Indian, Indian Scottish or Indian British

6

0

0

13

6

Bangladeshi, Bangladeshi Scottish or Bangladeshi British

1

0

0

1

1

Chinese, Chinese Scottish or Chinese British

7

0

0

14

9

Other Asian

5

0

0

11

5

African

6

0

0

16

4

Caribbean or Black

1

0

0

1

1

Arab, Arab Scottish or Arab British

2

0

0

4

2

Other Ethnic Group

1

0

0

2

2

Note:* includes 'White Polish' identity

Table A3. Detailed national identity, column percentages

All

EEA

recent

EEA established

Non-EEA recent

Non-EEA established

Scottish identity only

13

4

25

6

26

British identity only

14

2

16

10

31

Scottish and British identities only

4

1

6

2

11

Scottish and any other identities

7

8

8

6

8

English identity only

1

0

2

1

1

Any other combination of UK identities (UK only)

1

0

2

0

1

Other identity only

57

84

39

71

17

Other identity and at least one UK identity

3

2

2

3

4

Table A4. Local Council Area detail, row percentages

EEA recent

EEA established

Non-EEA recent

Non-EEA established

Aberdeen City

39

6

41

14

Aberdeenshire

39

15

21

25

Angus

35

18

16

32

Argyll and Bute

27

21

18

33

Clackmannanshire

33

20

19

28

Dumfries and Galloway

26

25

18

31

Dundee City

32

10

37

21

East Ayrshire

16

25

21

38

East Dunbartonshire

9

20

21

51

East Lothian

31

19

21

29

East Renfrewshire

9

18

21

51

Edinburgh City

34

10

36

20

Eilean Siar

22

19

22

37

Falkirk

29

19

24

28

Fife

26

18

30

26

Glasgow City

22

8

48

22

Highland

40

17

18

25

Inverclyde

17

23

19

41

Midlothian

23

25

21

31

Moray

35

25

16

24

North Ayrshire

18

27

17

38

North Lanarkshire

34

15

21

30

Orkney Islands

27

19

20

34

Perth and Kinross

38

16

21

25

Renfrewshire

25

17

29

29

Scottish Borders

35

19

18

28

Shetland Islands

45

15

17

23

South Ayrshire

22

24

19

34

South Lanarkshire

20

19

27

34

Stirling

26

14

37

23

West Dunbartonshire

18

27

23

31

West Lothian

42

16

18

24


Contact

Email: Wendy van Rijswijk