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Scotland's People Annual Report: Results from 2011 Scottish Household Survey

Published: 29 Aug 2012
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781782560159

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 across a number of topic areas including local government, neighbourhoods and transport.

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Scotland's People Annual Report: Results from 2011 Scottish Household Survey
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1 Background to the survey

2 The Composition and Characteristics of Households and Adults in Scotland

3 Housing

4 Neighbourhoods and Communities

5 Economic Activity

6 Finance

7 Education and Young People

8 Transport and Travel

9 Internet

10 Health and Caring

11 Local Services

12 Volunteering

13 Culture and Sport

Annex 1 Using the information in this report

Annex 2 Glossary

Annex 3 Main classificatory variables and sample bases

Annex 4 Confidence intervals and statistical significance

Annex 5 SHS dissemination and reporting

A National Statistics Publication for Scotland

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
Table 2.4: Sexual orientation by gender
Figure 2.2: Household type
Table 2.5: 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: Percentage of people saying a problem is very/fairly common in their neighbourhood
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 aged 16 and over
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 or investments by tenure of household
Table 6.7: Whether respondent or partner has any savings or investments 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 banking facilities 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: Satisfaction with schooling by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 7.4: Satisfaction 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 Urban Rural Classification and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 7.7: How safe it would be for children to walk or cycle to play areas on their own by Urban Rural Classification and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 7.8: How safe it would be for children to go to play areas with 2 or 3 friends by Urban Rural Classification and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 7.9: Concern of bullying by children in play areas by Urban Rural Classification and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 7.10: Concern of children being harmed by adults in play areas by Urban Rural Classification and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
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 Urban Rural Classification and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation

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

9 Internet

Figure 9.1: Households with home Internet access by quarter
Table 9.1: Households with home Internet access by net annual household income
Table 9.2: Households with home Internet access by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 9.3: Households with home Internet access by Urban Rural Classification
Table 9.4: Households with an Internet connection who have broadband by net annual household income
Table 9.5: Households with an Internet connection who have broadband by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 9.6: Households with an Internet connection who have broadband by Urban Rural Classification
Table 9.7: Use of Internet by age within gender 82
Table 9.8: Use of Internet by whether has a long-standing limiting, illness, health problem or disability by age group
Table 9.9: Use of the Internet by net annual household income
Table 9.10: Use of the Internet by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 9.11: Where adults who use the Internet access it for personal use
Table 9.12: Where adults who use the Internet access it for personal use by annual net income
Table 9.13: Which methods are used to access the Internet for personal use by age
Table 9.14: Reasons why people might not use the Internet (other than work)
Table 9.15: Use (ever) 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 Deprivation
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 disability by household type
Figure 10.7: Households where someone in the household has a long-standing illness, health problem or disability by net annual household income
Figure 10.8: Households where someone in the household has a long-standing illness, health problem or disability 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 unpaid 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 disability 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) by year
Table 11.2: Percentage of people who agree with the statement 'I can influence decisions affecting my local area' by year
Figure 11.1: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local authority services and performance
Table 11.3: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local council services by age
Table 11.4: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local council services by net annual household income
Table 11.5: Percentage agreeing with various statements about local council services by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 11.2: Percentage who would find various local services very or fairly convenient
Table 11.6: Percentage finding services very or fairly convenient by Urban Rural Classification
Figure 11.3: Percentage recycling each item in the past year
Table 11.7: Percentage recycling items in the past month by year
Table 11.8: Percentage recycling items in the past month by access to a car
Table 11.9: Percentage recycling items in the past month by accommodation type
Table 11.10: Percentage recycling items in the past month by tenure of household
Table 11.11: Percentage recycling items in the past month by household type
Table 11.12: Percentage of households recycling one or more items in the past month by household type and accommodation type
Table 11.13: Percentage of households recycling one or more items in the past month by accommodation type and Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 11.4: How far away (in walking minutes) nearest usable greenspace is by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and rating of neighbourhood as a place to live
Figure 11.5: How often uses nearest usable greenspace
Figure 11.6: How far away nearest usable greenspace is by how often used
Figure 11.7: How often uses nearest usable greenspace by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 11.8: How often uses nearest usable greenspace by household type
Table 11.14: How far away nearest usable greenspace is by self perception of health
Table 11.15: How often uses nearest usable greenspace by self perception of health
Table 11.16: Frequency of using and satisfaction with council run parks and open spaces by gender and age
Table 11.17: Frequency of using and satisfaction with council run parks and open spaces by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 11.18: Frequency of using and satisfaction with council run parks and open spaces by rating of neighbourhood as a place to live
Table 11.9: Frequency of using council run parks and open spaces by satisfaction

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 groups in the last 12 months by gender and year
Figure 12.2: Percentage providing unpaid help to organisations or groups in the last 12 months by age within gender
Table 12.2: Whether provided unpaid help to organisations or groups in the last 12 months by current economic situation
Table 12.3: Whether provided unpaid help to organisations or groups in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.4: Whether provided unpaid help to organisations or groups in the last 12 months by net annual household incom
Table 12.5: Frequency of unpaid help to organisations or groups in the last 12 months by gender
Figure 12.3: Frequency of unpaid help to organisations or groups 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 Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.7: Types of organisations or groups for which adults provided help for in the last 12 months by age
Table 12.8: Types of unpaid activity adults have undertaken in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.9: Total number of hours of unpaid work provided in the last four weeks by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 12.10: Reasons why adults stopped providing unpaid help by gender
Table 12.11: Reasons why adults stopped providing unpaid help by gender
Table 12.12: Reasons why adults may undertake unpaid help in the future by gender

13 Culture and Sport

Table 13.1: Cultural engagement by adults in the last 12 months by year
Figure 13.1: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months
Table 13.2: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months, 2007-2011
Table 13.3: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in last 12 months by gender and age
Table 13.4: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by gender and age
Figure 13.2: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by highest level of qualification
Table 13.5: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by highest qualification level
Figure 13.3: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 13.4: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by long-standing illness, health problem or disability
Figure 13.5: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by Urban Rural Classification
Table 13.6: Attendance at cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months by Urban Rural Classification
Table 13.7: Frequency of attending cultural events and visiting places of culture in the last 12 months
Figure 13.6: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months by year
Table 13.8: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months by year
Table 13.9: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by gender and age
Table 13.10: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months by gender and age
Figure 13.7: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by highest level of qualification
Table 13.11: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months by highest level of qualification
Figure 13.8: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Figure 13.9: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by long-standing illness, health problem or disability
Figure 13.10: Participation in any cultural activity in the last 12 months by Urban Rural Classification
Table 13.12: Participation in cultural activities in the last 12 months by Urban Rural Classification
Table 13.13: Frequency of participating in cultural activities in the last 12 months
Table 13.14: Satisfaction with local authority cultural services
Table 13.15: Frequency of use and Satisfaction with local authority cultural services
Figure 13.11: Participation in sport in the last four weeks
Table 13.16: Participation in any sporting activity and self-assessed health over past twelve months
Table 13.17: Participation in any sporting activity by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table 13.18: Participation in sport in the last four weeks by gender and age
Table 13.19: Participation in sport in the last four weeks by Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation and self-assessment of health in past 12 months
Table 13.20: 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 Index of Multiple Deprivation
Table A 2.2: Number of households by Scottish Government 2009-2010 Urban Rural Classification

Annex 3 Main classificatory variables and sample bases

Table A 3.1: Main household classification variables
Table A 3.2: Main adult classification variables

Annex 4 Confidence intervals and statistical significance

Table A 4.1: Estimated sampling error associated with different proportions for different sample sizes


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