Share of adults with long-term conditions in Scotland 2008-2018, by gender

This statistic displays the proportion of individuals who have long-term condition, limiting or non-limiting in Scotland from 2008 to 2018, by gender. In the year 2018, 43 percent of men and 48 percent of women had a long-term health condition.

Proportion of adults with long-term conditions in Scotland from 2008 to 2018, by gender

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Source

Release date

January 2020

Region

United Kingdom (Scotland)

Survey time period

2008 to 2018

Number of respondents

4,809*

Age group

16 years and older

Method of interview

CAPI interview, questionnaire

Supplementary notes

* Weighted bases: n (2008)=6,464, n (2009)=7,523, n (2010)=7,242, n (2011)=7,542, n (2012)=4,811, n (2013)=4,889, n (2014)=4,657, n (2015)=4,992, n(2016)=4,318. n(2017)=3,695
Long-term conditions are defined as a physical or mental health condition or illness lasting, or expected to last 12 months or more.
A long-term condition was defined as limiting if the respondent reported that it limited their activities in any way.

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