In the 2011 National Census, 93.8% of Scotland's population declared that they spoke, read and wrote English, leaving 6.2% who had some issues. The data displays the latter proportion of the population, by their specific skill set. 3% of the population claimed that they spoke but could not read or write English, and 0.2% of the population had no English skills at all.
|Speaks but does not read or write English
|Understands but does not speak, read or write English
|Speaks and reads but does not write English
|Other combination of skills in English
|No skills in English
|Reads but does not speak or write English