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  • Woman on the phone February 2021 DWP Telephone Assessments

    Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessments and Work Capability Assessments (WCA) included a face-to-face element to provide evidence towards the benefit decision. Since the introduction of the lockdown measures in March 2020 the usual face-to-face medical assessments were temporarily suspended and replaced with telephone assessments.

  • Woman working out finances November 2020 Monitoring socioeconomic and mental health trajectories through the COVID-19 pandemic

    This research investigates how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted people’s mental health and financial situation, and how this differs among different groups of the UK population.

  • Older couple sitting outside October 2020 Pension Freedoms

    A qualitative research study of individuals’ decumulation journeys

  • iStock-1158702105 October 2020 Scottish Social Attitudes 2019: Intra-household distribution of resources

    Scottish Social Attitudes (SSA) has been measuring and tracking changes in people’s social, political and moral attitudes in Scotland since 1999. The survey is a critical gauge of public opinion, and is used by the Government, journalists, opinion formers and academics.

  • mail September 2020 Access to Post

    Citizens Advice commissioned NatCen to conduct research into post insecurity in the UK: what is the extent of post insecurity in the UK, who is most affected, and what are the impacts?

  • mind the gap October 2019 Transport and inequality

    The Department for Transport commissioned NatCen to conduct a rapid evidence assessment on the links between transport and inequality.

  • Family lounge scene July 2019 Parents’ experiences of claiming the childcare element of Universal Credit

    Save the Children UK commissioned NatCen to conduct a qualitative research study to explore parents’ experiences of claiming the childcare element of UC in England.

  • Pounds and pennies May 2019 Lifetime gifting: reliefs, exemptions and behaviours

    This research aimed to understand gifting behaviours among the British population.

  • House For Sale December 2018 Analysis of house prices at the local level

    This project investigates the relationship between income and housing at the local level, using estimates of small area income produced from consumer data . This exploratory analysis looks at the potential for further research into house prices in small geographical areas.

  • Cash Money December 2018 What can we learn from Small Area Income Estimates?

    This project assesses existing estimates of income in England using new small area income estimates produced using consumer data. The Acxiom income estimates and CAMEO Postcode Classifications are compared with existing income estimates, produced by the Family Resources Survey and the Office for National Statistics. The aim of the project is to assess the reliability of estimates based on consumer data for analysis by social scientists.

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