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Scottish Household Survey - Annual Report 2013 - LA Tables

Local Authority Tables 2013  SHS logo (transparent)

The SHS Annual Report presents reliable and up-to-date information on the composition, characteristics and behaviour of Scottish households at a national level.

The SHS 2013 Local Authority Tables provide comparable information at sub-national level.

Single year data from 2012 and 2013 is included in the Excel workbook.  Only 2013 data is included in the PDF downloads.  As this release is using a single year dataset only, the sample sizes for some breakdowns are too small to allow for robust analysis. In these cases, some estimates within tables have been supressed and there are some tables have been removed from the report entirely.

For further information on the SHS Annual Report 2013, please view our Annual Publications page.

If you have any enquiries about this or any other analysis requirements then please Contact us.

Local Authority Workbook

The LA Tables can be viewed via the interactive Excel workbook:

Please note that the Excel workbook is very large (approximately 25 MB) though provides the opportunity to amend the presented analysis interactively and for the copying of content. You may just want to use the PDF download options below which present the SHS 2013 results for each local authority separately.

Local Authority Reports

Hints and Tips

Navigating the Excel tables

We have included a Guidance and Information worksheet within the Excel workbook which contains information on how to navigate the workbook and guidance on how to interpret results.  There are also notes within this section which explain the structure of the 2013 local authority tables and information on the notes included with some of the figures and tables.

Viewing the underlying data

Feedback on previous versions of the SHS LA Tables revealed that some users wanted quick access to data for all LAs rather than having to manually select each LA in turn. In response to this feedback, an “LA Raw Data” worksheet has been added to the Excel tables. This worksheet allows users to select the table of interest and then presents the underlying raw data for all LAs.