Scottish consumer sentiment index: 2019 Q1

Consumer sentiment in Scotland in the first quarter of 2019.

The Scottish Consumer Sentiment Indicator is a composite measure of consumer sentiment in Scotland based on a quarterly survey of households’ current sentiment and future expectations of: Scottish economic performance, household finances, and attitudes to spending money.

This publication is currently classed as experimental statistics. These are defined in the Code of Practice for Official Statistics as new official statistics undergoing evaluation. These statistics are currently being developed and have been published to involve users and stakeholders in their development, and to build in quality and understanding at an early stage.

SCSI-2019-Q1: bulletin
SCSI-2019-Q1: summary
SCSI-2019-Q1: tables


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