Uk census 2011 scotland online dating
In 2011 the dependency ratio - the number of people aged under 15 or over 64 per 100 aged between 15 and 64 - was 49.1, down two percentage points from 2001.
In 1911 more than half of Scotland's population was aged 14 or under, while just 8.7% was 65 and over.
The 1911 Scotland census was taken on the same date as for England & Wales, the night of Sunday 2nd April.
In just over a decade this group will begin reaching sate pension age.The first detailed results of Scotland's census have been published, including population distributions by age and gender going back 100 years.Use our interactive graphic to explore demographic evolution • Get the data • More data journalism and data visualisations from the Guardian Scotland has published the first results from its 2011 census, including comparisons with previous decades for much of the data collected last year.People who completed the 1911 Census were promised confidentiality.Although that is a long time ago, it is important not to call into question the validity of the equivalent promise on modern Census forms.
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Click the arrows to cycle through years and see how age distribution changes.