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  1. Scottish Household Survey Jonathan Waite  SHS Research Officer Communities Analytical Services

  2. Outline • Overview • Methodology • Topics • Dissemination • Management • Future Developments

  3. Overview • Sample of general population in private residences in Scotland • Composition, characteristics and behaviour of Scottish households and individuals • Meeting needs of Government and Parliament • e.g. tracking five National Indicators (public services, smoking, neighbourhood, journeys to work, and traffic congestion) • But what about: • How evidence relates to local policy

  4. Methodology • Continuous survey approx 13,500 households • No geographical exclusions, and designed to be • Nationally representative every quarter • Representative for larger LA’s every year • All LA’s (regardless of size) over a two-year period • Using face-to-face CAPI, approx 45 minutes • Draw sample via multi-stage stratified design • Have to apply post-survey weighting

  5. Topics • Two part interview • Highest Income Householder • Randomly Selected Adult • Culture and Sport module www.scotland.gov.uk/SHSTopics

  6. Topics: “Household” • Household Composition • Accommodation • Sharing Accommodation • Internet Access • Recycling • Driving and Transport • Young People in the Household • Health and Disability • Employment of Highest Income Householder • Household Income • Financial Services, Savings and Housing Costs • Mortgage and Rent • Household Finances • Property type • Lowest level of floor • Tenure • Shares rooms with other households • Kitchen / Bathroom / WC / Other • Number of bedrooms • Access to e-mail/internet from home • Access to broadband • How much household recycled in the past month • Glass bottles and jars / Plastic bottles / Metal cans / Newspaper etc • Badge holders • Thistle/taxi card holders • Availability of cars • Availability of bicycles • Access to public transport • Number HIH responsible for • Childcare • Type / Cost / Thoughts • Schooling • School / Name and location / Distance from home / Satisfaction / Mode of transport / Public transport • Long-standing illness, health problem or disability • Condition / Length of time • Require regular help or care • Provider / Hours needed / Length of time • Paid work • Now / Last 5 years • Number of current jobs • Main job • Type / Size • Complex!!! • HIH / Spouse or Partner / Random Adult • Income from paid employment / self-employment • Benefit income • Other regular income • Bank / building society account • Other saving or investments • Total value • Use of credit • Borrowing • Mortgage/Loan on property • Endowment/Repayment mortgage • Repayments • Amount outstanding • Rent costs • Home contents insurance • Number of people in household • Highest Income Householder • Name • Gender • Age • Economic activity • Relationship to HIH

  7. Topics: “Adult” • Individual • Accommodation • Neighbourhoods and Community Safety • Education and Training • Travel and Transport • Travel Diary • More Travel! • Convenience of Local Services • Culture and Sport • Volunteering • Health and Disability • Random Adult Employment • Random Adult Income • Marital status • Cultural / Ethnic background • Religion • Current address • Time there / Change in tenure • Previous home • Tenure / Postcode • Homelessness • Experience • Opinions of neighbourhood • Satisfaction / Green / Crime • Anti-social behaviour • Experience / Reported • Harassment • Experience / Reason • Social networks • Family / Neighbourhood • Qualifications • Held / Currently • Internet use • Access / Uses / Use of Local Council or Government websites • Barriers to use / Likelihood and aspirations for use • Driving license • Car use • Problems for drivers • Park and ride • Traffic Scotland • Very complex!! • Travel patterns of the Scottish population • Travel on previous day • Journey purpose • Means of transport used • Journey Distance • Duration • Times of day • Traffic growth • Traffic congestion • Work related travel • Travel to work • Motorcyle / Moped / Scooter • Cycling and walking • Local public transport • Use / Attitude / Crime and safety • Young Scot National Entitlement card • Journey planning • Sources / Transport Direct / Traveline Scotland • Traffic calming • Road Safety • Quality • Usage • Satisfaction • Participation • Attendance • Sports • Type • Frequency • Amount • Reasons for stopping • Rating of health (last 12 months) • Long-standing illness, health problem or disability • Type / Limitations / Home adaptations • Help and Care • Smoking behaviour • As for Household section • Income from paid employment / self-employment • Benefit income • Other regular income

  8. Dissemination • Dissemination strategy • Increase identity, awareness and use of the SHS • Particular focus on • Publications • Access to data • Website review

  9. Dissemination: Data • UK Data Archive www.data-archive.ac.uk • Two-year sweep data up to 2005-06 • SHS Lite (CD-ROM from SHS Project Team) • Two-year sweep data up to 2005-06 • Simplified dataset, summarised complex variables • SHS Interactive Tables • LA level results, through SHS website • Though out of date and currently being reviewed • Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics www.sns.gov.uk • Request analysis by SHS Project team www.scotland.gov.uk/SHSData

  10. Dissemination: Geography data • National • Local Authority Identifier • Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation • Decile / Quintile / 15% most deprived • Urban/Rural Classification

  11. Dissemination: Example output

  12. Management • SHS Project Team • Project Manager, Research Officer, Database Administrator • Joint working with Scottish House Condition Survey • SHS Operations Management Group • SHS Steering Group (coming soon)

  13. Future Developments • Survey review • Concurrent review with SHCS through 2010 • Wider implications of all surveys in Scotland • Survey methodology improvements • Reviewing weighting strategy • Income imputation • Dissemination strategy • Annually representative for all LA’s • Move to fully unclustered design

  14. How can you help? • Representation on SHS Steering Group • Contribute to survey review • Aims and purpose • Questionnaire content • Secondary analysis of data www.scotland.gov.uk/SHSUsers

  15. Questions ? SHS Project Team • 0131 244 8420 • shs@scotland.gsi.gov.uk • www.scotland.gov.uk/shs