The Stakeholder Survey is a regular survey of organisations and individuals who work with, or have an interest in the work of the Scottish Government (SG). It is used to find out more on their perceptions and attitudes of working with SG officials. Findings from previous surveys have been used to improve the quality of the Scottish Government's work, enhance its customer focus, and to improve working with partners.
The 2010 survey was carried out in-house by social researchers working in the Scottish Government's Office of Chief Researcher. The survey was emailed to approximately 1600 stakeholders of the Scottish Government in June 2010. Surveys had previously been carried out in 2004, 2005 and 2008.
· Further Information - The aim of the Survey, definition of stakeholder and timetable.
· Previous Surveys - Final outputs from the 2008, 2005 and 2004 surveys.
· Social Research in the Scottish Government - Further information on the role of social researchers.