The Scottish Household Survey (SHS), which began in 1999, is a continuous survey based on a sample of the general population in private residences in Scotland. It is financed by the Scottish Government. The aim of the survey is to provide representative information about the composition, characteristics and behaviours of Scottish households, both nationally and at a more local level. The survey covers a wide range of topics to allow links to be made between different policy areas, with a particular focus on information to aid policy decisions on transport and social inclusion.
GN 33333 | Scottish Household Survey, 1999-
Rural and Urban Solo Living: Social Integration, Quality of Life and Future Orientations, 2007-2008 (SN 6835)
Search for variables and questions from the Scottish Household Survey.