Scottish Parents' Survey 2021 - children's rights: results

Findings on children’s rights from Scottish Parents’ omnibus survey children and families analysis 2021.


1 The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation is a relative measure of deprivation across 6,976 small areas (called data zones). SIMD looks at the extent to which an area is deprived across seven domains: income, employment, education, health, access to services, crime and housing.

SIMD is the Scottish Government's standard approach to identify areas of multiple deprivation in Scotland. SIMD ranks data zones from most deprived (ranked 1) to least deprived (ranked 6,976). (Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2020).

2 Note that the sample over-represents respondents educated to degree level and from higher income households.

3 Responses to open questions were coded by Ipsos MORI.

4 Parents could have indicated more than one person and/or place for these questions.



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