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The research looks at the experiences of victims of hate crime; their decision-making, motivations for and barriers to reporting these crimes; and their experiences with the police, criminal justice system and support services.
We provide an analysis of how attitudes toward tax and spending have shifted across the entire period (over 30 years) that British Social Attitudes (BSA) has been running.
SEED (Study of Early Education & Development) is a major new longitudinal study into the uptake and impact of childcare on children.
This qualitative research explores the experiences of people who have witnessed a water-related fatality or survived a serious incident.
The British Social Attitudes survey has been carried out annually since 1983 and is our longest running survey. Over 90,000 people have taken part in the study so far.
Using consumer data, this project will explore the relationship between house prices and income in local areas.
Recent evidence confirms that early education has benefits for children’s cognitive, social and emotional development.
This report presents the findings of a NatCen pilot research project, commissioned by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), translating the harmonised personal well-being questions into the Sylheti and Urdu languages, and cognitively testing the translated questions with monolingual participants.
Is there still a strong sense of community spirit and community cohesion in 21st century Britain? Our new analysis examines the issue in depth.