We pride ourselves on the analytical capabilities across the various teams, and the creative way in which we approach our work.
At the National Centre for Social Research we have extensive experience in conducting research in the field of gambling.
Statisticians make decisions about collecting and using data to keep surveys truly random and representative.
We aspire to be innovative in what we do, using the best methods to improve what we can offer at competitive prices.
The cost-of-living crisis has caused sharp increases in food insecurity among disabled people in the UK.
Following the latest World Economic Forum, this blog explores the importance of social policies in addressing global challenges and crises.
The Centre for Deliberation recently concluded a project, which sought to explore citizens’ views on the UK’s tax system.
Our analysts at the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) reflect on the release and how a new poverty measure can be useful for research.
Alex Scholes shares his experience as a Senior Researcher at the Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen).
Following COP28, we have been reflecting on our experiences deliberating with the public on climate related issues.