References and Notes for Section One
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8. See http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/233640/0063967.pdf Note that the classification was subsequently changed for the 2011 census. The new classification is being used in the Scottish Health Survey from 2012 onwards.
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16. In some cases, if the extent of the overlap is very small, the difference between the two figures may be significant. As a general rule, however, overlapping confidence intervals suggest that there is no real difference between the two estimates.
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