Council areas with large cities had the highest proportion of their population from a minority ethnic group: 12 per cent in Glasgow City, 8 per cent in City of Edinburgh and Aberdeen City and 6 per cent in Dundee City.
Eighty-three per cent of the population of Scotland felt they had some Scottish national identity, including 62 per cent who felt Scottish only. 18 per cent felt Scottish and British. 2 per cent felt Scottish plus another identity.
There were 7,000 people (0.2 per cent of adults) who reported that they were in registered same-sex civil partnerships.
The proportion of adults (people aged 16 and over) in Scotland who are married is 45 per cent, a five percentage point decrease since 2001. The proportion of adults who are single (never married or never registered a same-sex civil partnership) rose to 35 per cent in 2011, an increase of 5 percentage points from 2001.
A utility room has several uses but is usually an area to do laundry.
For most people the address at which they usually live is their permanent or family home.
For most people their usual residence is where they usually live and it is their permanent or family home.
The UK is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Term-time is the part of the year when classes, lectures or exams are held in schools, colleges and universities.
A student is any individual enrolled on a course or programme of study in an educational institution.