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The Potential of Existing Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Surveys to Support the Commonwealth Games 2014 Legacy Evaluation

DescriptionThe review focusses on data sources not already in use in the evaluation (eg in the baseline report or on the Assessing Legacy website) that could shed insight into the extent to which Scotland’s games legacy ambitions are met over time, especially in the areas of sports participation; volunteering; cultural engagement and civic pride.
ISBN9781782569435
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateSeptember 27, 2013

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ISBN 978 1 78256 943 5 (web only publication)
ISSN 2045 6964
DPPAS 14858

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Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Methodology
Sports participation
Volunteering
Cultural activities
Civic Pride
Measuring impact

1. INTRODUCTION
Background
Research Objectives
Structure of the report
Presentation and interpretation of the data

2. METHODOLOGY
Stage one
Stage two
Secondary data analysis

3. SPORTS PARTICIPATION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Introduction
Levels of physical activity and sports participation among particular groups
Conclusions

4. VOLUNTEERING
Introduction
Levels of volunteering
Conclusions

5. CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
Introduction
Conclusions

6. CIVIC PRIDE
Introduction
Levels of civic pride
Conclusions

7. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
Sport and exercise
Volunteering
Cultural Activities
Civic Pride

APPENDIX A - LIST OF SURVEY SOURCES

APPENDIX B - POTENTIAL DATA SOURCES TO SUPPORT THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES 2014 LEGACY EVALUATION

List of Figures

Figure 3.1. Figure 3.1 Ranking of level of activity through sport, Scotland, 2010

Figure 4.1. Sources of information about volunteering opportunities, Glasgow, spring 2012 - top 10 responses (excludes 'other' and 'don't know' responses)

Figure 4.2. Personal benefits of volunteering, Glasgow City, spring 2012 (excludes 'other' and 'don't know' responses)

Figure 6.1. Advocacy of Glasgow among residents, autumn 2012

Figure 6.2. Perceived characteristics of Glasgow among residents - top 10 (unprompted) responses, autumn 2012 (excludes 'other' and 'don't know' responses)

List of Tables

Table 3.1. Moderate intensity sporting activities done in the last 12 months, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.2. Other moderate intensity sporting activities done in the last 12 months, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.3. Moderate intensity sporting activities done in the last 12 months by those aged 65 and over, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.4. Frequency of moderate intensity sports, Scotland 2010

Table 3.5. Mild intensity sporting activities done in the last 12 months, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.6. Mild intensity sporting activities done in the last 12 months by those aged 64 or less, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.7. Frequency of mild intensity sports, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.8. Perceptions of ease of accessing sporting or leisure facilities, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.9. Factors that make it difficult to access to sporting and leisure facilities, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.10. Whether respondent walked at least 10 minutes in the last 4 weeks, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.11. Number of days walked at least 10 minutes in the last 4 weeks, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.12. Main method of travel to work, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.13. Exercise in which young people participate, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.14. Frequency of sport, aerobics or other physical activity among young people, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.15. Usual method of travel to school among young people, Scotland, 2010

Table 3.16. Interest in doing sport in an ideal world, Scotland 2009-2011

Table 3.17. Participation in as much sport as would like in the last 12 months, Scotland 2009-2011

Table 3.18. Difficulty in accessing leisure or sports centres, Scotland 2009-2011

Table 4.1. Frequency of volunteering, Scotland, 2010

Table 4.2. Levels of volunteering, Glasgow, autumn 2008 & spring 2012

Table 5.1. Activities done in last 12 months. Scotland, 2010

Table 5.2. How often have they done these activities in last 12 months. Scotland, 2010

Table 5.3. Events attended in the last 12 months. Scotland, 2010

Table 5.4. Frequency of attending these types of events in last 12 months. Scotland, 2010

Table 5.5. Frequency of visiting library, archive or records office, or a museum or gallery in the last 12 months. Scotland, 2010

Table 5.6. Types of heritage sites visited in last twelve months. Scotland, 2010

Table 5.7. Interest in activities by whether have any impairment ('In an ideal world, where you were able to do whatever you like, which of the things on this card would you be interested in doing?' Percentage saying yes to three categories shown) Scotland 2009-2011

Table 5.8. Percentage of those with an interest in activity saying that they have done these things as much as they would like by whether have any impairment, Scotland 2009-2011

Table 5.9. Perceived barriers to visiting theatres, cinemas or other arts activity and to visiting libraries or archives. Scotland, 2009-2011

Table 6.1. Civic pride in Scotland, 2010

Table 6.2. Civic pride in Glasgow by CPPA, autumn 2012

Table 6.3. Advocacy of Glasgow among residents by CPPA, autumn 2012

Table 6.4. Perceived characteristics of Glasgow among residents by CPPA, autumn 2012