The Scottish Household Survey is a face-to-face survey of a sample of Scotland residents from all 32 local authorities, running since 1999. The survey covers a wide-range of topics in order to provide reliable and up-to-date information on the attitudes, behaviours and characteristics of individuals and private households.
Key changes for 2019 include:
- Both Scotland and Local Authority level data has been published at the same time using the new SHS Data Explorer.
- The annual report is shorter and contains a summary of the key findings for each topic.
Click on the links below for further information:
- The Scottish Household Survey (SHS) Data Explorer: SHS Data Explorer 2019 (contains both national and local authority results). A short video tutorial is available to view to help you get the most out of the explorer.
- A visual summary report is available here: Scottish Household Survey Key Findings 2019
- A summary of headline results from each topic can be found here: Scottish Household Survey Annual Report