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Lived experience of fuel poverty: research

Qualitative research into the lived experience of fuel poverty in Scotland.

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Lived experience of fuel poverty: research
Appendix A: Sample design

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Appendix A: Sample design

The research sought to include participants with a range of characteristics, as summarised in the table below.

Table A: Sample design
Geography In fuel poverty In extreme fuel poverty In fuel poverty/extreme fuel poverty and EHR Total
Large urban (category 1) Household type:
  • 1-2 x families with children
  • 1 x young adult households (<35)
  • 1 x 35+, no children at home
Tenure:
  • 1 x Private renter
  • 1-2 x Owner occupier
  • 1 x social renter
Total = 3-4
Household type:
  • 1-2 x families with children
  • 1 x young adult households (<35)
  • 1 x 35+, no children at home
Tenure:
  • 1 x Private renter
  • 1-2 x Owner occupier
  • 1 x social renter
Total = 3-4
2-3 x >75
2-3 x chronic health condition
(May overlap)
2 x children under 5
Total = 7 or 8
15
Other urban and non-remote rural (categories 2, 3 and 5) Household type:
  • 1 x families with children
  • 1 x young adult households (<35)
  • 1 x 35+, no children at home
Tenure:
  • 1 x Private renter
  • 1 x Owner occupier
  • 1 x social renter
Total = 3
Household type:
  • 1 x families with children
  • 1 x young adult households (<35)
  • 1 x 35+, no children at home
Tenure:
  • 1 x Private renter
  • 1 x Owner occupier
  • 1 x social renter
Total = 3
1-2 x >75
1 x chronic health condition
(May overlap)
1 x children under 5
Total = 3 or 4
10
Aim for 4 with main fuel type other than gas in other urban/non-remote rural overall
Remote rural and remote small towns (categories 4 and 6) Household type:
  • 1-2 x families with children
  • 1 x young adult households (<35)
  • 1 x 35
Tenure:
  • 1-2 x Owner occupier
  • 1 x social renter
Total = 3-4
Household type:
  • 1-2 x families with children
  • 1 x young adult households (<35)
  • 1 x 35+, no children at home
Tenure:
  • 1-2 x Owner occupier
  • 1 x social renter
Total = 3-4
2-3 x >75
2-3 x chronic health condition
(May overlap)
2 x children under 5
Total = 7 or 8
15
Aim for at least 6 with main fuel type other than gas in remote rural overall
Total 10 10 20 40

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