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Scotland's Population 2015 - The Registrar General's Annual Review of Demographic Trends

Scotland's Population 2015 - The Registrar General's Annual Review of Demographic Trends

Chapter 11 - Migrants in Scotland’s population histories since 1850

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All Figures Chapter 11 - All figures and background data
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Figure 11.1

Top ten countries of birth for persons not born in Scotland, 2011 Census
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Figure 11.2

Net rest of UK and overseas migration, 1951 to 2015
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Figure 11.3

Average yearly rate of natural change and net migration, by decade, Scotland and England and Wales, 1861-2011
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Figure 11.4

Average yearly net migration rate, Scotland and selected north-west European countries, selected periods from 1856-74 to 1989-2001

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Figure 11.5

Average net migration by county, per cent of average population,
1861 to 1871 (Map and bar chart)

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Figure 11.6

Average net migration by county, per cent of average population,
1901 to 1911 (Map and bar chart)
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Figure 11.7

Average net migration by county, per cent of average population,
1961 to 1971 (Map and bar chart)
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Figure 11.8

Age cohort depletion between census populations, percentage by age group and sex, Scotland and England and Wales 1861-71 to 1961-71

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Figure 11.9

Decline of the population cohort aged 5 to 9 in the 1851 Census of Scotland, percentage still present, 1851 to 1881

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Figure 11.10

Age cohort depletion in East Lothian (1901 to 1911) and in Innerleithen (1861 to 1871), percentage change

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