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Scottish Social Attitudes 2015: Attitudes to Government, the National Health Service, the Economy and Standard of Living

This report provides the findings of the core module of the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2015 on attitudes to government, the National Health Service, the economy and standard of living.

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Table A3.4: All in all, how satisfied or dissatisfied would you say you are with the way in which the National Health Service runs nowadays?

Satisfied Neither Dissatisfied Weighted bases Unweighted bases
% % %
ALL 62 14 24 1288 1288
Age
18-29 59 18 20 239 143
30-39 64 14 22 227 193
40-64 59 15 25 533 582
65+ 70 7 24 288 368
Sex
Male 67 11 21 617 582
Female 58 16 26 671 706
Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2012 Quintiles
Most deprived 60 14 25 224 178
2 57 14 28 267 246
3 61 17 23 284 320
4 67 14 18 270 332
Least deprived 67 9 24 242 212
Party Identification
Conservative 70 9 22 140 177
Labour 69 10 20 251 247
Liberal Democrat 70 9 21 45 50
SNP 58 16 26 543 529
Other / DK / Ref / NA 61 15 22 309 284
Satisfaction with NHS Satisfied Neither Dissatisfied Weighted bases Unweighted bases
% % %

Self-rated hardship

Living really comfortably/ comfortably on present income 67 12 21 733 750
Neither 59 17 23 373 364
Struggling/really struggling on present income 45 16 37 172 166
Left-right scale
Left 56 14 30 733 750
Centre 62 16 21 373 364
Right 68 11 21 172 166

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