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Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2011: Core Module - Attitudes to Government, the Economy and Public Services in Scotland

Published: 24 Jun 2012
ISBN:
9781780459110

This report uses SSA data from 1999 onwards to explore changing attitudes to government, the economy and public services. It also discusses findings on who people think should be responsible for providing and paying for particular public services.

Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2011: Core Module - Attitudes to Government, the Economy and Public Services in Scotland
References

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Park, A, Clery, E, Curtice, J, Phillips, M and Utting, D (eds.) (2012) British Social Attitudes 28, London: Sage


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