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Scotland's People - Results from the 2003 Scottish Household Survey Annual Report

DescriptionThis annual report presents main findings from the 2003 dataset on a range of policy areas, in particular housing, transport and social justice. Three technical reports accompany this annual report.
ISBN0-7559-4288-4
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateAugust 05, 2004

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Scotland's People
Results from the 2003 Scottish Household Survey Annual Report

Chris Martin
Anna Dudleston
Judith Harkins
Steven Hope
Mandy Littlewood
Lorraine Murray
Rachel Ormston

TNS SOCIAL AND MORI SCOTLAND

A SCOTTISH EXECUTIVE NATIONAL STATISTICS PUBLICATION

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Contents

Figures and tables
List of figures
List of tables
Acknowledgements
1. Background to the survey
Sampling
Survey content
Mode of interview
Response rates
Weighting
Technical report
Structure of the Annual Report
2. Using the information in this report
How data is displayed in tables
Variations in base sizes for tables
Income imputation
Statistical significance
3. Who we are
Introduction
Household size and type
Household composition
4. Where we live
Introduction
Housing
Neighbourhoods
Local transport and personal safety
5. What we do
Introduction
Economic activity
Working households
Women of working age
Flexi-time
Travel to work or education
Participation in training
Educational qualifications
6. How we live
Introduction
Household resources
Financial resources
Health and caring
7. Our communities
Introduction
Volunteering
Voting behaviour
Convenience of services
Recycling facilities
Religion
Appendix 1 - Glossary
Employment status
Socio-Economic Classification (NS-SEC)
Unemployment rates and average earnings
Household members
Household type
Household income
Local Authority Group
Urban/rural classification
Bedroom standard
Housing tenure
Long-standing limiting illness, health problem or disability
Appendix 2 - Sample bases
Appendix 3 - Confidence intervals and statistical significance
The representativeness of the Scottish Household Survey
Confidence intervals
Statistical significance
Statistical significance and representativeness
Scottish Executive Statistical Services
Correspondence and enquiries