Percent of people who rate their neighbourhood as a very good place to live
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This National Indicator shows the percentage of adults who rate their neighbourhood as a very good place to live.
This data is from the Scottish Household Survey (SHS), a large, continuous survey conducted throughout Scotland. The SHS is a National Statistics product. Scottish Government are the owners of the data.
This indicator is an indirect measure of neighbourhood satisfaction through the survey question 'Thinking now about the neighbourhood you live in, how would you rate it as a place to live?'. The rating that residents give to their neighbourhoods is a good indication of how satisfied they are with them, overall, as places to live. Rating by residents will allow for the different attributes that different types of resident look for in their local neighbourhood.
The indicator's value is calculated as follows: Number of people who respond 'very good' / Total adult population (based on SHS). The unit of measurement is the percentage of all random adults surveyed who respond 'very good' to this question.
Further information is available on the SHS website.
This National Indicator allows progress towards the National Outcomes to be monitored, and ultimately the progress towards achieving the Purpose.
This National Indicator is updated annually alongside the Scottish Household Survey (SHS).
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The data in this dataset are stored in the graph: http://statistics.gov.scot/graph/perception-of-neighbourhood-national-indicator
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