These charts show the percentage of respondents who agreed (selected ‘Definitely agree’ or ‘Mostly agree’) to each question and scale in the NSS in the 2018 and 2019 surveys. A scale is a group of questions addressing the same theme.
The responses are displayed according to six student and course characteristics:
- disability status
- subject classification
- mode of study.
For each characteristic, benchmark values have been calculated using the remaining five.
The first chart shows the percentage of respondents who agreed to the selected question or scale alongside the benchmark value, split by the selected characteristic.
The second chart shows the difference between the percentage of respondents who agreed and the benchmark value, split by the selected characteristic.
Both the first and second chart show the degree of certainty we have that the difference between the percentage of respondents who agreed and the benchmark value is statistically significant.
The third chart is the same as the first chart, but allows users to set the confidence levels of statistical significance that are displayed.
The data is shown separately for UK-domiciled and overseas students. Categories will not be shown where the response rate is lower than 50 per cent and there are fewer than 10 responses.