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2014-based Household Projections

2014-based Household Projections

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Household Projections for Scotland, 2014-based
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Figure 1

Projected number of households in Scotland, 2014 to 2039
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Figure 2

Projected change in the number of households and population in Scotland 2014 to 2039
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Figure 3

Change in household types in Scotland, 1961 to 2011
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Figure 4

Projected number of households in Scotland by household type, 2014 and 2039
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Figure 5

Projected number of households in Scotland by age of head of household, 2014 and 2039
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Figure 6

Projected number of households in Scotland by household type and age of head of household, 2014 and 2039
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Figure 7

Projected percentage of people living alone in 2014 and 2039, by age and gender
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Figure 8a

Projected number of households by council area, 2014 and 2039
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Figure 8b

Projected percentage change in the number of households by council area, 2014 to 2039
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Figure 9

Projected percentage change in households by council area, between 2014 and 2039 (Map)

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Figure 10

Projected average household size by council area, 2039 (Map)
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Figure 11

Projected percentage of households containing one adult with no children by council area, 2039 (Map)
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Figure 12

Projected percentage of households with children by council area, 2039 (Map)
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Figure 13

Projected percentage of households headed by someone aged 60 or over by council area, 2039 (Map)
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Figure 14

Comparison with previous household projections (2010-, 2012- and 2014-based) and household estimates

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Figure 15

Projected percentage change in the number of households and population by council area; 2012- and 2014-based household and population projections
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Figure 16

Principal, low and high migration variants, 2014-based household and population projections for Scotland
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Figure 17

Projected percentage change in households, principal, low and high migration variant projections, by council area, 2014 to 2039

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Figure 18

Flow diagram of the method used to produce household projections
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