Briefing: NatCen British Social Attitudes Survey 2019

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
September 4, 2019
Author
Kerry Ferguson, LGIU Associate
Issues Covered
  • changing attitudes
  • perceptions of poverty
  • political identities
  • secularisation
  • trust in institutions
Categories
Brexit and local government, Devolution, Democracy, Scrutiny and Governance, Health, public health, adult social care, On your radar, central government, Public Trust, Voluntary Sector and Community Engagement, Welfare and Equalities
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Every year NatCen surveys over 3,000 randomly selected people about life in Britain and their views on how the country is being run. The latest survey gives an insight into changing social and political attitudes which will be of interest to local government as community leaders, service providers and employers.

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