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Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2005: Scottish Executive Core Module - Report 3: Awareness and Perceptions of Government

DescriptionThis report presents the findings from questions covering awareness and perceptions of government included in the 2005 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey, funded by the Scottish Executive in order to inform policy development and evaluation.
ISBN0 7559 6360 1
Official Print Publication DateJanuary 2007
Website Publication DateJanuary 03, 2007

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Lisa Given & Rachel Ormston, Scottish Centre for Social Research
ISBN

0 7559 6360 1 (Web only publication)
This document is also available in pdf format (484k)

Contents

Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction
Awareness of the Scottish Executive's recent activities
Are patterns the same for the Scottish Executive and the UK Government?
Who is most aware of Scottish Executive activities?
What explains differences in awareness of the Scottish Executive and the UK Government?
Knowledge of Scottish Governance and Devolution
Who is most likely to display high levels of knowledge about Devolution?
Where does power and influence lie?
What explains changes in perceptions of where power and influence lie?
Is the Scottish Parliament giving Scotland a stronger voice in the UK?
Conclusions
References