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Sub-national Population Estimates for Ages 90 and Over, 2004 to 2014

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Figure 1

Percentage of total population aged 90 and over, and percentage of 90+ population aged 100 and over, Scotland, 2014
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Figure 2a

Percentage of the total population aged 90 and over, and the percentage of the 90+ population aged 100 and over, South Ayrshire, 2014

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Figure 2b

Percentage of the total population aged 90 and over, and the percentage of the 90+ population aged 100 and over, Clackmannanshire, 2014
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Figure 3

Population aged 90 and over, split by age groups 90-94, 95-99, 100+, by council area, 2014
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Figure 4a and b

Number of people aged 90 and over and percentage of total population aged 90 and over
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Figure 5a and b

Number of people aged 100 and over and percentage of total population aged 100 and over

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Figure 6

Number of male centenarians per 100 female centenarians, 2014
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Figure 7

Percentage change for population aged 90 and over by single year of age, by sex, Scotland 2004 to 2014
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Figure 8a and b

Percentage change in the number of males aged 90 and over, by council area, 2004 to 2014 and percentage change in the number of females aged 90 and over, by council area, 2004 to 2014
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Table A

Number of male centenarians per 100 females centenarians, all council areas, 2014

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Table 1

Mid-year population estimates 90+: Scotland and its council areas by single year of age and sex, 2014
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