Scottish Social Attitudes
The Scottish Social Attitudes series is a leading source of independent, high quality survey data on changing public attitudes, running since 1999. Every year between 1,200 - 1,500 people take part.
New findings from 2014
Public Attitudes to Sectarianism in Scotland
Has the Referendum Campaign Made a Difference?
Minding the gap – women’s views of independence in 2014
Attitudes to Mental Health in Scotland (seperate exec. summary available here)
Core module – attitudes to government, the economy, health and social care services, and social capital in Scotland
Attitudes towards alcohol in Scotland
Who will turn up and who will stay at home?
So where does Scotland stand on more devolution?
The score at half time: Trends in support for Independence
The Undecideds: Don't care or deeply conflicted?
Is it really all about economics? Issues of nationhood and welfare
To view the data for 2013 please visit WhatScotlandThinks
You can view earlier reports by year and by topic by following the links below.
Addresses are scientifically selected using random probability sampling to ensure that the findings are representative of Scotland as a whole. Interviews take place in people's homes, carried out by our highly trained interviewer field force.