Quick Profile.
Enter a postcode to view summary statistics for your local area.
welcome


This site provides access to a wide range of information and statistics on: health, education, poverty, unemployment, housing, population, crime and social/community issues in Scotland. The data is available at a range of different geographic levels.



We would like your opinions about using SNS and how we could improve it's look and functionality. Please send us your views to neighbourhood.statistics@scotland.gsi.gov.uk



We've recently launched a new pilot site where you can explore a range of SIMD and Schools data in open format. Please visit the pilot pages at www.opendatascotland.org and let us know what you think.


OpenDataScotland.org is a pilot built by Swirrl to showcase the potential of linked, open data to power smarter, more transparent and efficient data.




Go to Area Profile.
Go to Area Profile.


View summary statistics for your chosen area and make comparisons against Scotland.
Go to Standard Reporter.
Go to Standard Reporter.


Create reports showing some key statistics for your chosen area. Some reports will also allow you to compare more than one area, or compare over time.You can download the data and view a map of the area you have chosen.
Go to Advanced Reporter.
Go to Advanced Reporter.


Provides more flexibility to choose exactly which indicators you include in your report. You can download the data and view a map of your chosen area/s.
Go to Interactive Mapping.
Go to SIMD.


View interactive maps of deprivation across Scotland using the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD). You can view results for the overall SIMD and the individual domains that make up SIMD. Ranks from earlier SIMD years can also be explored.
Go to Data Download.
Go to Data Download.


Download large quantities of data for your own analysis. You can download all indicators for your chosen area/s or chose a particular topic or subtopic.
Go to Data Guide.
Go to Data Guide.


Find information on all the data available, including a more detailed description of each indicator and how often it gets updated.