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Proportion of population who are Scottish (2011)

dark brown >9%

brown 1.03% - 3.5%

mid brown 0.88% - 1.03%

light brown 0.76% - 0.88%

pale brown 0.68% - 0.76%

very pale brown 0.53% - 0.68%

white <0.53%

The area with the highest proportion of people who identify themselves as Scottish is Corby in Northamptonshire, a town with a Scottish connection. Other areas with a high proportion of Scottish people are primarily in northern England such as Carlisle, Blackpool, Richmondshire, Northumberland and Cumbria, and also the area from Humberside south through Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire as far south as Hampshire.