Citizen Engagement on the Environment
Scottish Social Attitudes 2019: Intra-household distribution of resources
Scottish Social Attitudes (SSA) has been measuring and tracking changes in people’s social, political and moral attitudes in Scotland since 1999.
The survey is a critical gauge of public opinion, and is used by the Government, journalists, opinion formers and academics.
Scottish Social Attitudes
The Scottish Social Attitudes (SSA) Survey is an annual survey that has been run since 1999 – this year marked its twentieth anniversary. It is a face-to-face survey that uses a random sample of all those aged over 16 and living anywhere in Scotland, so it provides a robust and reliable picture of changing attitudes over time.
Wellcome Monitor 2020: Covid-19 Study
The Wellcome Monitor is a study of the British adult population’s awareness of, knowledge of, engagement with, and attitudes towards, science and health research.
The Future of Britain after the EU Referendum
Wellcome Monitor - Wave 4
The fourth wave of the Wellcome Monitor explores public understanding of and attitudes towards science and health research. This research provides new insights into where society stands on crucial issues such as health research funding, drug resistant infections and mental health.
British Social Attitudes 36
The British Social Attitudes survey has been carried out annually since 1983 and is our longest running survey. Over 90,000 people have taken part in the study so far.
Survey of Londoners
A new study designed to provide a robust, up-to-date and representative evidence base on key issues for Greater London Authority’s social integration and wider social policy agendas.
Public Confidence in Official Statistics 2018
Levels of trust in ONS and the statistics it produces remain high, having not changed significantly since 2016.
Do Scotland and England & Wales Have Different Views About Immigration?
This report compares attitudes towards immigration in Scotland with those in England & Wales.