This is twelfth in a series of surveys auspiced by the National Drug Strategy (and its predecessors) and the seventh to be conducted by the AIHW. It is a national household survey of non-institutionalised persons aged 12 years and over. There were 23,772 completed responses in 2016. Fieldwork was conducted by Roy Morgan Research.
from 21/6/2016 to 29/11/2016
National and state
Client specified tables on request which may be subject to data provider approval (charges apply).
Restricted unit record access subject to Ethics Committee approval and/or the agreement of all relevant data custodians in all states and territories (charges may apply).
Private dwellings from people aged 12 years or older. Excluded from sampling were non-private dwellings (hotels, motels, boarding houses, etc.) and institutional settings (hospitals, nursing homes, other clinical settings such as drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres, prisons, military establishments and university halls of residence). Homeless persons were also excluded as well as the territories of Jervis Bay, Christmas Island and Cocos Island.
National Drug Strategy Household Survey 2016 – Data Quality Statement
External links, data quality statement (DQS) and information
National Drug Strategy Household Survey 2016: detailed findings
National Drug Strategy Household Survey (NDSHS) 2016—key findings
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