Scottish household survey 2019: key findings

An infographic summary of the key findings 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.

This document is part of a collection

National Indicators in the SHS

Satisfaction with Housing Section 3

Perceptions of Local Area Section 4

Places to Interact Section 4

Social Capital Section 4

Loneliness Section 4

Quality of Public Services Section 9

Influence over Local Decisions Section 9

Access to Green and Blue Space Section 10

Visit to the Outdoors Section 10

Attendance at Cultural Events or Places of Culture Section 12

Participation in a Cultural Activity Section 12

National Indicators are a range of economic, social, and environmental indicators, that are used to measure the progress of building a more successful country.

They contribute to the National Performance Framework. Information on the suite of indicators which comprise the performance framework can be found at:



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