A Scottish Social Attitudes Survey of 1229 people found just 23 per cent would vote yes - the lowest level since devolution in 1999.
What does SSAS stand for?
SSAS stands for Scottish Social Attitudes Survey (public health)
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- Sample Surveys in Agriculture and Rural Development
- Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program
- Strategic Scanning and Assessments of Remote Hosts (network security)
- Society for Sustainable Agriculture and Resource Management (awareness group)
- Swedish-South African Research Network on Music and Identity (international book project)
- Southern Sudan Agriculture Revitalization Program (US and Sudan)
- Substance-Specific Applied Research Program
- Streamflow Synthesis and Reservoir Regulation (computer simulation)
- Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services
- Student Sexual Assault Response Team (California University of Pennsylvania)
- Self-Structuring Antenna System
- Ship Security Alert System
- Signal Security Assessment System
- Site Sell Auction Sellers (eBay course)
- Small Self Administered Scheme
- Software Support Activity System (US Navy)
- Solid Sorbent Air Sampler
- Space System Acquisition Strategy
- Special Signals Analysis System
- SQL Server Analysis Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Scottish Social Attitudes Survey of 1229 people found 23 per cent would vote Yes in the 2014 referendum.
The Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2009 dealing with drugs found that 47% of Scottish adults know a friend or family member who has used illegal drugs, up from 41% nine years ago.
Indeed the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey - the most authoritative account of the last Scottish Parliament elections - showed the SNP came top among 18 to 30 year olds.
The research centre's annual Scottish Social Attitudes survey also showed growing support for a beefed-up Holyrood with wider powers over domestic policy.
The Scottish Social Attitudes survey showed health as the top priority among 26 per cent of those questioned.
The annual Scottish Social Attitudes survey suggests we're less Braveheart and more bank balance when it comes to the country's future.
The Scottish Social Attitudes survey shows 46 per cent think the health service has got worse in the past year.