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Stakeholder Engagement

This section provides details of stakeholder engagement relating to the Scottish Household Survey, such as seminars, key meetings and formal consultations.

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People and Sport in Scotland - User Review - March 2010


This consultation sought views on the People and Sport in Scotland publication which is based on data collected in the Scottish Household Survey. We wanted to hear views from people who had used the information and data collected in this survey as well as people who had not.

The information provided will be invaluable in gaining a comprehensive picture of what users think of the usefulness of our reports.

A summary report of the key findings from the consultation along with a number of action points identified to improve the publication and data collection are available in the download option at the bottom of this page.

Online Survey

The online questionnaire took approximately 10 minutes to complete, although this depended on whether users were familiar with the data and reports or not.

The online survey was available until Friday 16 April, 2010.

Further Information

If you have any queries about the questionnaire or would like to discuss any aspect of this work further, please do not hesitate to contact the responsible statistician:


Julie Ramsay


julie.ramsay at scotland.gsi.gov.uk


0131 244 2368

Report of Findings

Downloadable document:

Title:People and Sport in Scotland - User Review - March 2010
Description:Summary of the People and Sport in Scotland user review, conducted between March and April 2010
File:SHS - People and Sport - User consultation report April 2010 [PDF, 419.1 kb: 05 May 2010]
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