Publication - Statistics

Scottish Health Survey 2017 - volume one: main report

Published: 25 Sep 2018
Directorate:
Population Health Directorate
Part of:
Health and social care, Research, Statistics
ISBN:
9781787812178

Presents results for the Scottish Health Survey 2017, providing information on the health and factors relating to health of people living in Scotland.

Table 5.11 Smoking rules in household (age-standardised), 2017, by area deprivation and sex

Aged 16 and over 2017
Smoking rules in this house/flat Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation
5th (Least deprived) 4th 3rd 2nd 1st (Most deprived)
  % % % % %
Men
People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat 2 2 5 6 16
People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat 7 10 13 20 19
People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies) 61 66 64 62 55
People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat 30 22 18 13 9
Women
People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat 2 2 6 4 11
People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat 5 7 12 14 18
People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies) 65 70 65 69 57
People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat 29 21 17 13 14
All adults
People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat 2 2 6 5 13
People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat 5 8 12 17 19
People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies) 63 68 65 66 56
People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat 29 21 17 13 12
Bases (weighted):
Men 378 380 358 370 292
Women 401 371 388 379 377
All adults 779 751 747 749 669
Bases (unweighted):
Men 313 375 360 313 236
Women 409 456 465 397 369
All adults 722 831 825 710 605

Contact

Julie.Landsberg@gov.scot