Total Migration To or From an Area
Last Updated: 27 February 2014
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 a Council or NHS board area 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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Net migration to/from Scottish administrative areas, 1981/82 to most recent
In, out and net migration to and from Council areas by sex, 2001/02 to most recent
In, out and net migration to and from NHS Board areas by sex, 2001/02 to most recent
Total net migration by Council area by age group and sex, 2001/02 to most recent
Total net migration by NHS Board area by age group and sex, 2001/02 to most recent
In, out and net migration, by Council area and single year of age, 2010-2012 average
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