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Most Scots 'only feel Scottish'

Source BBC News@ tienganhvui.com


Football fanAlmost two-thirds of people living in Scotland see themselves as "Scottish only"


Most people living in Scotland describe their national identity as being "Scottish only", according to the latest census figures.


Data released from the 2011 census showed 62% described themselves as "Scottish only", while 18% said they were "Scottish and British".


The results also showed Scotland was becoming more ethnically diverse.


In 2011, 4% of Scotland's population was from ethnic minority groups, up from 2% in 2001.


The figures indicated that most Scots from ethnic minorities are Asian, making up 3% of the Scottish population.


People from ethnic minorities make up 12% of the population in Glasgow, 8% of the population in Edinburgh and Aberdeen, and 6% of the population in Dundee.


The 2011 census was the first to include a question on national identity.





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