National Records of Scotland

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Total Migration to or from Scotland

Total Migration to or from Scotland

Last update: 30 April 2020
Next update: June 2021
Frequency: Annual

Background

Total migration includes all migration to or from an area. For Scotland this would include moves to and from the rest of the UK and moves to and from overseas whilst for an administrative area (Council or NHS Board) it would also include moves to and from other such areas in Scotland.

The National Records of Scotland (NRS) estimates of total migration are mainly based on the International Passenger Survey (IPS) and GP registration information. More information on how these migration estimates are derived can be found in the migration statistics Methodology section of this website.

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Migration to and from Scotland
Dataset includes: Net migration from 1951-52 to latest, and in, out and net migration by sex from 2001-02 to latest.
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Migration to and from administrative areas
Dataset includes: Total in, out and net migration for Scottish administrative areas from 2001-02 to latest.
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Migration to and from administrative areas by sex
Dataset includes: Net migration for administrative areas from 1981-82 to latest, and in, out and net migration by sex for administrative areas from 2001-02 to latest.
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List of data tables icon Migration to and from administrative areas by age and sex
Dataset includes: Net migration for administrative areas by five year age group and sex from 2001-02 to latest, average in, out and net migration by single year of age for 2017 to 2019. This dataset also includes a data visualisation tab, where council level statistics can be compared.
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