Scottish Social Attitudes 2015: attitudes to government, the national health service, the economy and standard of living

Document type
Report
Author(s)
Marcinkiewicz, Anna; Montagu, Ian; Waterton, Jennifer
Publisher
NatCen
Date of publication
1 March 2016
Series
Scottish Social Attitudes 2015
Subject(s)
Social Policy, Health Services, Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This report presents findings from the 2015 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey.

It focuses on three key questions regarding the relationship between the public, the government and public services in Scotland in 2015:

  • What factors are related to trust in government and who people think has, and ought to have, most influence over the way Scotland is run?
  • How have attitudes to government, the National Health Service (NHS), the economy, and standard of living changed over time?
  • Who do people see as responsible for perceived changes in the performance of the NHS, the economy and in standard of living?

Run by ScotCen Social Research since 1999, the Scottish Social Attitudes (SSA) survey provides a reliable and robust picture of changing public attitudes over time.

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