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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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Annex A - detailed tables

Notes on tables

  • '*' indicates less than 0.5 percent but greater than zero
  • '-' indicates no respondents gave this answer
  • All figures are rounded to the nearest whole number

Table A1.1: Sample sizes (1999-2015)

Chapter 2 Detailed Tables

Table A2.1: How much do you trust the UK Government to work in Scotland's best long-term interest? (1999-2015, column %)

Table A2.2: How much do you trust the Scottish Government/Executive /Parliament* to work in Scotland's best long-term interest? (1999-2015, column %)

Table A2.3: How much do you trust the UK Government to make fair decisions? (2006-2015, column %)

Table A2.4: How much do you trust the Scottish Government to make fair decisions? (2006-2015, column %)

Table A2.5: How much do you trust your Local Council to make fair decisions? (2015, column %)

Table A2.6: In general how good would you say the Scottish Executive/Government* is at listening to people's views before it takes decisions? (2004- 2015, column %)

Table A2.7: And how good would you say the UK Government is at listening to people's views before it takes decisions? (2004- 2015, column %)

Table A2.8: And how good would you say your Local Council is at listening to people's views before it takes decisions? (2010- 2015, column %)

Table A2.9: From what you have seen and heard so far do you think that having a Scottish parliament is giving ordinary people…(1999- 2015, column %)

Table A2.10: From what you have seen and heard so far do you think that having a Scottish parliament is giving Scotland.....(1997- 2015, column %)

Table A2.11 Which of the following do you think has most influence over the way Scotland is run? (1999- 2015, column %)

Table A2.12 Which of the following do you think ought to have most influence over the way Scotland is run? (1999- 2015, column %)

Table A2.13: How good is the Scottish Government at listening to people's views before it takes decisions?

Table A2.14: Do you think having a Scottish Parliament is giving ordinary people...

Table A2.15: Which of the following do you think has most influence over the way Scotland is run?

Table A2.16: How much do you trust the Scottish Government to make fair decisions?

Chapter 3 Detailed tables

Table A3.1: Those who chose 'helping the economy grow' as the highest priority for government action

Table A3.2: All in all, how satisfied or dissatisfied would you say you are with the way in which the National Health Service runs nowadays? (1999- 2015)

Table A3.3: Whether the standard of the health service in Scotland has increased or fallen

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?

Table A3.5: Thinking back over the last twelve months, that is since (month of interview) 2014, would you say that since then the standard of the health service in Scotland has increased or fallen?

Table A3.6: Who is 'credited' for an increase in the standard of the health service in Scotland (2006- 2015)

Table A3.7: Who is 'blamed' for a fall in the standard of the health service in Scotland (2006- 2015)

Table A3.8: What about the Scotland's economy? Has it got stronger or weaker since (month of interview) previous year?

Table A3.9: What about the general standard

Table A3.10: And what about Scotland's economy? Has it got stronger or weaker since (month of interview) 2014?

Table A3.11: Thinking back over the last 12 months, that is since (month of interview) 2014, would you say that since then the general standard of living in Scotland has increased or fallen?

Table A3.12: Who is 'credited' for a stronger economy (2006- 2015)

Table A3.13: Who is 'blamed' for a weaker economy (2006- 2015)

Table A3.14: Who is 'credited' for an increase in the standard of living (2006- 2015)

Table A3.15: Who is 'blamed' for a fall in the standard of living (2006- 2015)

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