Local authority comparison

Religious orientation in Glasgow and Clyde Valley

Religion local authoritiesClick on graph to expand 

Glasgow has the lowest percentage of people giving Church of Scotland as their religion out of the Glasgow and Clyde valley local authorities.  All of the authorities are above the Scotland average for Roman Catholicism, while all are beneath the Scotland figure for those who follow no religion.

Notes on the data presented

Scotland’s Census is the official estimate of every person and household. The census has collected information about the population every 10 years since 1801 (except in 1941 when no census was taken due to the Second World War). For the 2011 census,people were asked to fill in a questionnaire to reflect their circumstances on 27 March 2011. More details and data can be found on Scotland's Census website.

Additional Resources

  • Resource
    Thursday, 26 May 2011

    Your Better Life Index

    A new, interactive index allowing users to measure and compare their lives.
  • Resource
    Wednesday, 19 August 2009

    A Games Legacy for Glasgow

    Brochure outlining the potential legacy of Glasgow's role as Commonwealth Games host city in 2014.
View more Resources »