Some aggregate stats per country:
* Scotland: 82.7% Scottish; 26.7% British
* England: 69.5% English; 31.4% British
* Wales: 64.6% Welsh; 26.7% British; 12.8% English
* Northern Ireland: 48.4% British; 29.4% Northern Irish; 28.4% Irish
Interesting, Scottishness seems to be relatively high (I'd like to see it higher). Britishness is the same for Scotland and Wales.
12.8% in Wales think they're English but no one in any of the other countries think they're from a different country.
It would be interesting to see what way the Northern Irish would go if they had to choose between British or Irish.
I think Scotland has always had a strong identity which reflects in those figures. I was surprised how high the figure was for Englishness. It might be the resurgence of the St George flag reflects a resurgence (or maybe casual).
People in NI might well have to choose between being Irish and British very soon.
@wizardofosmium @fitheach I used to live in Llanwrst in North Wales. The English-speakers and Welsh-speakers would get together on weekends and fight. I wonder if such things influence these stats. Also, though, the numbers of English people moving to Wales are pretty high as a ratio of the population size of the country.