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Scottish household survey 2019: annual report

Results from the 2019 edition of the Scottish Household Survey, a continuous survey running since 1999 based on a sample of the general population in private residences in Scotland.

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Footnotes

1. https://www.gov.scot/collections/scottish-house-condition-survey

2. https://www.transport.gov.scot/our-approach/statistics/#42764

3. https://code.statisticsauthority.gov.uk/

4. https://www.gov.scot/collections/scottish-household-survey-publications

5. https://scotland.shinyapps.io/sg-scottish-household-survey-data-explorer

6. https://www.gov.scot/isbn/9781839609855

7. The figures that were in the Excel tables have not been produced as they are available from the SHS Data Explorer. https://scotland.shinyapps.io/sg-scottish-household-survey-data-explorer

8. https://www.gov.scot/isbn/9781800040397

9. https://www.gov.scot/ISBN/978-1-80004-070-0

10. https://www.transport.gov.scot/our-approach/statistics/#42764

11. Information on the suite of indicators which comprise the performance framework can be found at http://www.nationalperformance.gov.scot

12. http://www.equalityevidence.scot

13. https://www.gov.scot/collections/scottish-house-condition-survey

14. https://www.gov.scot/publications/scottish-household-survey-2018-methodology-fieldwork-outcomes

15. It should be noted that the definition of a single parent does not make any distinction between situations where a child has regular contact and/or partly resides with their other parent and a child who solely resides with and is cared for by one parent.

16. It is worth noting that the official sources for labour market statistics for Scotland are the Labour Force Survey (LFS) and Annual Population Survey (APS).

17. It should be noted that the definition of a single parent does not make any distinction between situations where a child has regular contact and/or partly resides with their other parent and a child who solely resides with and is cared for by one parent.

18. "In the last 12 months" refers to the 12 months prior to the respondent's interview and not the calendar year January-December 2019.

19. When comparing those with no reported physical or mental health conditions and those with any reported physical or mental health conditions.

20. It should be noted that the definition of a single parent does not make any distinction between situations where a child has regular contact and/or partly resides with their other parent and a child who solely resides with and is cared for by one parent.

21. Two-year-olds are entitled to statutory funded ELC if they meet various criteria as set out in the Children and Young People Act 2014 and the Provision of Early Learning and Childcare (Specified Children) (Scotland) Order 2014 (SSI 2014/196). Some local authorities provide discretionary funding for some two-year-olds who do not qualify for the statutory entitlement. More information is available at: https://www.gov.scot/policies/early-education-and-care/elc-for-two-year-old-children

22. https://uksa.statisticsauthority.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/images_letter-from-richard-alldritt-to-rob-wishart-assessment-of-scottish-household-survey-outputs-26052010_tcm97-32343.pdf

23. https://scotland.shinyapps.io/sg-scottish-household-survey

24. https://scotland.shinyapps.io/sg-scottish-household-survey-data-explorer

25. https://www.gov.scot/isbn/9781839609855

26. https://www2.gov.scot/Topics/Statistics/16002/Consultation/2017Consultation/SHS2017response

27. https://www.gov.scot/publications/scottish-household-survey-questionnaires

28. https://beta.ukdataservice.ac.uk/datacatalogue/series/series

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