Scotland: Attitudes Towards Homelessness Survey
A third of online Scots aged 18+ (33 per cent compared to 27 per cent across the UK) believe the main cause of homelessness is alcohol or drug addiction, according to new research commissioned by The Salvation Army and carried out by Ipsos MORI*.
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Notes to Editors
*Research commissioned by The Salvation Army and carried out by Ipsos MORI. 2,119 UK adults were interviewed online between 9-13th January 2015, of these, 217 were in Scotland. The data has been weighted to the national profile of the UK population.
The Salvation Army conducted an anonymous survey this month of 314 residents at its lifehouses.