Scottish household survey 2016: key findings
Short report summarising the key findings from the Scottish household survey 2016: annual report.
The Scottish Government acknowledges and thanks the 10,470 people across Scotland who gave their time to take part in the Scottish Household Survey 2016.
This report was produced by the Scottish Household Survey Project Team at the Scottish Government.
The map on the front cover has been produced by the Office of the Chief Statistician and Strategic Analysis. It is a plot of all the survey sampling points of the three major Scottish Government population surveys, including the Scottish Household Survey, Scottish Health Survey, and Scottish Crime and Justice Survey. This map provides a broad picture of the sample in the surveys and reflects distribution of households across Scotland. As each dot on the map can represent hundreds of households there is no risk of identifying which households have taken part in the survey from this graphic.
We would also like to thank all the Scottish Government lead analysts who contributed to the project.
Finally, special thanks to Ipsos MORI and their interviewers for continuous and relentless efforts during the fieldwork.
Email: Emma McCallum, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 0300 244 4000 – Central Enquiry Unit
The Scottish Government
St Andrew's House
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