This chapter explores what British Social Attitudes data tells us about the emergence of a ‘modern’ gender gap in Britain.
Social and Political Attitudes
Have voters attitudes changed in respect to the role and size of government?
How have attitudes to welfare changed over the past decade?
This chapter analyses long-term trends in middle and working-class identity and in awareness of class inequality.
This chapter examines how attitudes and behaviour in relation to men’s and women’s roles at work and at home have changed over the past four decades.
This chapter examines the substantial liberalisation in moral attitudes that has taken place over the past four decades.
Findings from the British Social Attitudes survey.
This chapter traces the evolution of age differences in support for left-right and liberal-authoritarian values since the 1980s.
The only annual survey to look at how, why, when and where we travel.
The Society Watch series provides a snapshot of what life is like for people in Britain today.