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Year Grade A/B Grade C Grade D/E
1951 6,471 Show data context 15,304 Show data context 10,698 Show data context
1971 6,332 Show data context 13,271 Show data context 8,430 Show data context
1981 8,805 Show data context 15,884 Show data context 8,781 Show data context
1991 9,262 Show data context 12,150 Show data context 6,921 Show data context
2001 6,923 Show data context 17,190 Show data context 9,292 Show data context
2011 5,897 Show data context 21,209 Show data context 8,386 Show data context
Date: Source:
1951 - 2001 Census of Population
1971 [ERROR: authority is ''SRC'' but auth_note value of S1971ECN_M4 does not appear in SRC_TAB]
2011 National Records of Scotland, Scotland's Census (LC6124SC)


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