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British Social Attitudes 39, 2022 Edition

Each year NatCen's British Social Attitudes survey asks around 3,000 people what it's like to live in Britain and what they think about how Britain is run. Since 1983 NatCen has been measuring and tracking changes in people's social, political and moral attitudes. The survey is a critical gauge of public opinion, and is used by the Government, journalists, opinion formers and academics.

Every year, people are asked to take part in British Social Attitudes on the basis of random probability sampling. This technique ensures that everyone has an equal chance of being picked to take part, so the results are representative of the British population. And because we repeat many of the same questions over time, we're able to identify real changes in people's social attitudes.

The 39th report covers the following topics:
  • Introduction: Broken Britain?: Public attitudes in an era of crisis
  • Taxation, welfare and inequality: The shape of post-COVID public attitudes
  • Constitutional reform: Controversy or Consensus on how the UK should be governed?
  • Culture Wars: Keeping the Brexit divide alive?
  • Regional differences in values in England: North vs South or London vs the rest?
  • Environment: Has climate change become our main concern?
  • Disabled people at work: Accepted as equals?
  • NHS and social care: What impact has the COVID-19 pandemic had on satisfaction with the NHS and social care?
  • The NHS in Scotland and England: Attitudes towards health and health care in Scotland and England during COVID-19
National Centre for Social Research
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
14 October 2022
39th Edition (2022)
295 pages
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Approx Weight
0.79 kg
HS Code

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