This report presents findings from the 2015 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey. It explores levels of social capital in Scotland by addressing a number of key questions:
• How connected are people to their local area and to what extent do people belong to social networks?
• Which groups are more likely to feel they belong to their local area and have strong social networks?
• What is the strength of the relationship between place and levels of social capital?
• Are people engaging in civic activities or volunteering and do they believe that things can change in their local area?
• Are people in Scotland supportive of the idea of co-production?
Scottish Social Attitudes Survey: Attitudes to Social Networks, Civic Participation & Co-production
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