Some of us in Scotland choose not to pinpoint where we are. Many, like meat pie, who once posted here do not do so any more. They have got on with their lives. There are other Scottish apostates like Anne Sanderson ("Fearless Love") and ?(forget name) Campbell who have written books about their experiences but are not Internet active.
A few years ago there was a quite a stir in the Glasgow area at a prominent elder who left over stuff he read on the Internet. Then there are those who left the congregation in Stevenston over the paedophile case down there.
I know in my own congregation that many of those who have faded do not believe in it any more, but simply choose to keep a low profile and have a quiet life. One time some of us counted the children who grew up in XXXXXXXXXXXXXX over the past 30 years. Out of 25 children there are one or two who are still active.
And where do you get this figure for there being 14 000 Witnesses in Scotland? It used to be that we would get 10 000 at the Perth convention. But nowadays it is more like 8 000. I know some sit in cars and go to Tesco, but even so, many of those that go to the convention are not even publishers anyway. I don't think there is anything like near 14 000 Witnesses in Scotland. There are 5 circuits in Scotland, with about 18 congregations in each. A generous estimate would put the average number of publishers at 70 in each. 70 times 90 = fewer than 7 000 publishers. That sounds about right to me.