Scottish Household Survey Reporting Evaluation Questionnaire
The Scottish Household Survey (SHS) team are seeking views on the 2016 Local Authority reports, Annual report and on the future SHS reporting.
Please complete this short survey (with embedded hyperlink)
This questionnaire should take only around 5 minutes to complete.
Your responses will help shape the look of future Scottish Household Survey reports and our broader strategy on how we communicate.
The closing date for the questionnaire is 04/12/2017.
The Scottish Household Survey - Scotland's People - Annual Report 2016 was published on 26th September 2017.
The Scottish Household Survey (SHS) is a continuous survey based on a random sample of the general population in private residences in Scotland. Questions are asked face-to-face by an interviewer in homes all over Scotland.
Participation is voluntary, but is important in helping us make representative estimates for Scotland.
This is a summary of the Scottish Household Survey. The survey provides robust evidence on the composition, characteristics, attitudes and behaviour of private households and individuals as well as evidence on the physical condition of Scotland’s homes. The current scale of the SHS enables all users to obtain a robust deeper
understanding of issues and performance, by being able to analyse across key demographic household characteristics such as deprivation, age, income, gender, rurality, ethnicity and other equalities. This is crucial to informing the Fairer Scotland agenda.