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Scotland's People Annual report: Results from 2009 Scottish Household Survey

Published: 23 Aug 2010
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Statistics
ISBN:
978075599579

A National Statistics publication for Scotland, providing reliable and up-to-date information on the composition, characteristics, behaviour and attitudes of Scottish households and adults.

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Scotland's People Annual report: Results from 2009 Scottish Household Survey
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

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LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

2 THE COMPOSITION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF HOUSEHOLDS AND ADULTS IN SCOTLAND
Table 2.1: Characteristics of household members
Table 2.2: The characteristics of adults
Figure 2.1: Current marital status of adults by age
Table 2.3: Age and marital status of adult population
Figure 2.2: Household type
Table 2.4: Household type by Urban Rural Classification

3 HOUSING
Table 3.1: Tenure of household by year
Table 3.2: Tenure of household by household type
Table 3.3: Tenure of household by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 3.4: Tenure of household by Urban Rural Classification
Table 3.5: Tenure of household by how long lived at current address

4 NEIGHBOURHOODS AND COMMUNITIES
Table 4.1: Rating of neighbourhood as a place to live by year
Table 4.2: Rating of neighbourhood as a place to live by Urban Rural Classification
Figure 4.1: Rating of neighbourhood as a place to live by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 4.3: Aspects of neighbourhood particularly liked by rating of neighbourhood as a place to live
Table 4.4: Aspects of neighbourhood particularly liked by Urban Rural Classification
Table 4.5: Aspects of neighbourhood particularly liked by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 4.6: Aspects of neighbourhood particularly disliked by rating of neighbourhood as a place to live
Table 4.7: Aspects of neighbourhood particularly disliked by Urban Rural Classification
Table 4.8: Aspects of neighbourhood particularly disliked by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 4.9: Perceptions of neighbourhood improvements in past three years by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 4.10: Perception of prevalence of neighbourhood problems by year
Table 4.11: Perception of prevalence of neighbourhood problems by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 4.12: Perception of prevalence of neighbourhood problems by tenure of household
Table 4.13: Perception of prevalence of neighbourhood problems by age of respondent
Table 4.14: Perception of prevalence of neighbourhood problems by Urban Rural Classification
Figure 4.2: Perceptions and experience of neighbourhood problems
Table 4.15: Experience of neighbourhood problems by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 4.16: Experience of neighbourhood problems by tenure of household
Table 4.17: Experience of neighbourhood problems by Urban Rural Classification
Table 4.18: Whether respondent has reported a neighbourhood problem to anyone in the last 12 months
Table 4.19: Satisfaction with extent to which agencies are tackling anti-social behaviour
Table 4.20: Perceptions of safety when walking alone in the neighbourhood and in their home alone at night by gender and age
Table 4.21: Perceptions of safety when walking alone in the neighbourhood and in their home alone at night by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 4.22: Perceptions of safety when walking alone in the neighbourhood and in their home alone at night by disability
Table 4.23: Perceptions of safety when walking alone in the neighbourhood and in their home alone at night by rating of neighbourhood as a place to live
Table 4.24: Perceptions of safety when walking alone in the neighbourhood and in their home alone at night by experience of harassment

5 ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
Figure 5.1: Current economic situation of adults
Figure 5.2: Number of adults in paid employment by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 5.1: Current economic situation of adults of working age by gender
Table 5.2: Current economic situation of adults of working age by highest level of qualification
Table 5.3: Current economic situation of adults of working age by long-standing limiting illness, health problem or disability
Table 5.4: Socio-Economic Classification ( NS- SEC) by economic situation
Table 5.5: Socio-Economic Classification ( NS- SEC) by gender
Table 5.6: Current economic situation of women by presence of children in the household
Table 5.7: Current economic situation of women by marital status

6 FINANCE
Figure 6.1: How the household is managing financially this year
Figure 6.2: How the household is managing financially this year by net annual household income
Table 6.1: How the household is managing financially this year by household type
Figure 6.3: How the household is managing financially this year by tenure of household
Table 6.2: How the household is managing financially this year by income sources
Table 6.3: How the household is managing financially this year by sex and age of highest income householder
Table 6.4: How the household is managing financially this year by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 6.5: Whether respondent or partner has any savings or investments by year
Figure 6.4: Whether respondent or partner has any savings or investments by net annual household income
Figure 6.5: Whether respondent or partner has any savings or investments by household type
Table 6.6: Whether respondent or partner has any savings by tenure of household
Table 6.7: Whether respondent or partner has any savings by sex and age of highest income householder
Table 6.8: Whether respondent or partner owe money to the following by gender of the highest income householder and net annual household income
Table 6.9: Whether respondent or partner owe money to the following by household type
Figure 6.6: Whether respondent or partner owe money to the following by tenure and financial circumstances
Table 6.10: Whether respondent or partner has any loans by gender of highest income householder and net annual household income
Figure 6.7: Whether respondent or partner has any loans by tenure of household and financial circumstances
Table 6.11: Whether respondent or partner has a bank or building society account by year
Table 6.12: Whether respondent or partner has a bank or building society account by net annual household income and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation

7 EDUCATION AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Table 7.1: Highest level of qualification held by gender and age
Table 7.2: Highest level of qualifications held by adults of working age by net annual household income
Table 7.3: Satisifaction with schooling by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 7.4: Satisifaction with schooling by Urban Rural Classification
Table 7.5: Satisfaction with schooling by age of random school child
Table 7.6: Types of children play areas available in the neighbourhood by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and Urban Rural Classification
Table 7.7: How safe it would be for children to walk or cycle to play areas on their own by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and Urban Rural Classification
Table 7.8: How safe it would be for children to go with two or three friends to play areas by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and Urban Rural Classification
Table 7.9: Concern of bullying by children in play areas by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and Urban Rural Classification
Table 7.10: Concern of children being harmed by adults in play areas by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and Urban Rural Classification
Table 7.11: Youngest age at which it would be safe for a child to play without supervision by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and Urban Rural Classification
Table 7.12: Activities young people aged 8 to 21 take part in by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and Urban Rural Classification

8 TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL
Table 8.1: Number of cars normally available to the household for private use by Urban Rural Classification
Table 8.2: Number of cars normally available to the household for private use by net annual household income
Figure 8.1: Number of cars normally available to the household for private use by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 8.2: Household car access by year
Figure 8.3: Adults who hold a full driving license by gender within age
Figure 8.4: Percentage of adults usually travelling to work by car
Table 8.3: How adults usually travel to work by year
Figure 8.5: How adults usually travel to work or education
Figure 8.6: How adults usually travel to work or education by whether any cars normally available to household for private use
Figure 8.7: How adults usually travel to work or education by distance between home and work or education
Figure 8.8: How children usually travel to school
Table 8.4: How children usually travel to school by Urban Rural Classification
Figure 8.9: How children usually travel to school by distance between home and school

9 INTERNET
Table 9.1: Use or not of the Internet by age within gender
Table 9.2: Use of the Internet by whether has a long-standing limiting illness, health problem or disability
Table 9.3: Use of Internet by whether has a long-standing limiting, illness, health problem or disability by age group
Table 9.4: Use of the Internet by net annual household income
Table 9.5: Use of the Internet by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 9.1: Households with home Internet access by quarter
Table 9.6: Households with home Internet access by net annual household income
Table 9.7: Households with home Internet access by Urban Rural Classification
Table 9.8: Households with home Internet access by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 9.9: Whether have broadband Internet connection by net annual household income
Table 9.10: Whether have broadband Internet connection by Urban Rural Classification
Table 9.11: Whether have broadband Internet connection by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 9.12: Use of public services on the Internet

10 HEALTH AND CARING
Figure 10.1: Whether respondent smokes by year
Figure 10.2: Percentage of respondents who smoke by age and gender
Figure 10.3: Percentage of respondents who smoke by economic status
Figure 10.4: Percentage of respondents who smoke by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprvation
Figure 10.5: Percentage of respondents who smoke by self perception of health
Figure 10.6: Households where someone in the household has a long-standing illness, health problem or disablity by household type
Figure 10.7: Households where someone in the household has a long-standing illness, health problem or disablity by net annual household income
Figure 10.8: Households where someone in the household has a long-standing illness, health problem or disablity by tenure of household
Figure 10.9: Household members with a long-standing limiting illness, health problem or disability by age and gender
Figure 10.10: Households containing someone who needs regular help or care by household type
Table 10.1: Households containing someone who needs regular help or care by household type
Figure 10.11: Households containing someone who needs regular help or care by net annual household income
Table 10.2: Households containing someone who needs regular help or care by net annual household income
Table 10.3: Households containing someone who needs regular help or care by tenure of household
Table 10.4: Households containing someone who provides regular help or care within the household by tenure of household
Table 10.5: Provision of unpaid care by adults
Table 10.6: Self perception of health by gender and age
Table 10.7: Self perception of health by net annual household income
Table 10.8: Self perception of health by tenure of household
Table 10.9: Self perception of health by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 10.12: Self perception of health by smoking, illness or disablity and whether has done physical activity in the past four weeks
Figure 10.13: Satisfaction with life as a whole nowadays
Table 10.10: Satisfaction with life as a whole nowadays by gender and age

11 LOCAL SERVICES
Table 11.1: Percentage of people very or fairly satisfied with the quality of public services delivered (local health services, local schools and public transport)
Figure 11.1: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local authority services and performance
Table 11.2: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local council services by age
Table 11.3: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local council services by net annual household income
Figure 11.2: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local council services by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 11.3: Percentage who would find various local services very or fairly convenient
Table 11.4: Percentage finding services very or fairly convenient by Urban Rural Classification
Table 11.5: Percentage recycling items in the past month by year
Table 11.6: Percentage recycling items in the past month by access to a car
Table 11.7: Percentage recycling items in the past month by accommodation type
Table 11.8: Percentage recycling items in the past month by tenure of household
Table 11.9: Percentage recycling items in the past month by household type
Table 11.10: Percentage of households recycling one or more items in the past month by household type and accommodation type
Table 11.11: Percentage of households recycling one or more items in the past month by accommodation type and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 11.4: Whether any safe and pleasant parks or greenspace available in the area by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and rating of neighbourhood as a place to live
Table 11.12: Whether any safe and pleasant parks or greenspace available in the area by self perception of health
Table 11.13: Frequency of using and satisfaction with council run parks and open spaces by age
Table 11.14: Frequency of using and satisfaction with council run parks and open spaces by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 11.15: Frequency of using and satisfaction with council run parks and open spaces by Urban Rural Classification
Table 11.16: Frequency of using and satisfaction with council run parks and open spaces by rating of neighbourhood as a place to live

12 VOLUNTEERING
Table 12.1: Whether provided unpaid help to organisations or individuals in the last 12 months by gender
Figure 12.1: Percentage providing unpaid help to organisations or individuals in the last 12 months by age within gender
Table 12.2: Whether provided unpaid help to organisations or individuals in the last 12 months by current economic situation
Table 12.3: Whether provided unpaid help to organisations or individuals in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.4: Whether provided unpaid help to organisations or individuals in the last 12 months by net annual household income
Table 12.5: Types of organisations or groups for which adults provided help for in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.6: Types of organisations or groups for which adults provided help for in the last 12 months by age
Table 12.7: Types of unpaid activity adults have undertaken in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.8: Total number of hours of unpaid work provided in the last four weeks by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.9: Types of unpaid activity adults have undertaken in the last 12 months by total number of hours of unpaid work provided in the last four weeks

13 CULTURE AND SPORT
Figure 13.1: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months
Table 13.1: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by age and gender
Figure 13.2: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by highest level of qualification
Figure 13.3: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 13.4: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by long-standing illness, health problem or disability
Table 13.2: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months by highest level of qualification
Table 13.3: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months by gender and age
Table 13.4: Frequency of participating in cultural activities in the last 12 months
Figure 13.5: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months
Table 13.5: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by age and gender
Figure 13.6: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by highest level of qualification
Figure 13.7: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 13.8: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by long-standing illness, health problem or disability
Table 13.6: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by gender and age
Table 13.7: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by highest qualification level
Table 13.8: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by total annual household income
Table 13.9: Frequency of attending cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months
Figure 13.9: Participation in sport in the last four weeks
Table 13.10: Participation in any sporting activity and self-assessed health over past twelve months
Table 13.11: Participation in any activity by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 13.12: Participation in sport in the last four weeks by gender and age
Table 13.13: Participation in sport in the last four weeks by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and self-assessment of health in past 12 months
Table 13.14: Frequency of participating in sport in the last four weeks by gender and age

ANNEX 2 GLOSSARY
Table A 1: Number of households by Scottish Government 2009-2010 Urban Rural Classification

ANNEX 3 MAIN CLASSIFICATORY VARIABLES AND SAMPLE BASES
Table A 2: Main household classification variables
Table A 3: Main adult classification variables

ANNEX 4 CONFIDENCE INTERVALS AND STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE
Table A 4: Estimated sampling error associated with different proportions for different sample sizes