Paisley Population 2022

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Paisley is a town located in Scotland - a part of the United Kingdom. More specifically, it is located within the county of Renfrewshire.

Population Size of Paisley

Paisley has a population of 77,210, earning it the nickname of “Scotland’s largest town.” Paisley has held a significant role in the weaving industry, and this town is even what the pattern of paisley is named for.

Paisley Population Demographics

There is a higher population of females than males in Paisley. The largest demographic is people in the 45 to 59 age range. Those that fall in the 30 to 44 range also make up a significant portion of the population. The majority of Paisley inhabitants are White. There is also a significant number of Asians that live in the town.

Most people in Paisley identify their religion as the Church of Scotland. Roman Catholics also make up about one-quarter of the population. Other religions include Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist.

Population Growth in Paisley

This town has seen steady population growth throughout the years, a trend that is expected to continue, helping to push the town to a city designation.

Paisley Population 2022

Paisley Population Data (Urban Area)

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