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Join us at Holyrood to hear new insights into what the Scottish public thinks about Brexit
The Growing Up In Scotland study has been tracking the lives of thousands of children for over a decade, producing great research and fascinating findings.
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) is hosting a seminar at Westminster on the latest results from a unique survey tracking attitudes towards Brexit. This event is kindly sponsored by Ian Austin MP.
Join us over festive refreshments to hear Dr Lois Lee discuss whether the nonreligious really are the UK's 'religious' majority - and what this means for society.
What are the major issues facing Scotland in 2017? Our research experts will share the latest insights on health, family and the state of the Union.
We want to find out from people aged 50 and over how changes in policy can make Britain a better place to grow old. This event is part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science
At the London HQ of Twitter, this early evening event will feature presentations from researchers who have used social media data in a range of settings, including government and academia.
Join us for this early evening seminar discussing the challenges of designing push-to-web surveys of the general population.
Join us over pizza and beer to hear Leo Barasi discuss his new book ‘The Climate Majority’. How does apathy prevent action to halt climate change? And how can it be overcome?
What are the major issues when moving a survey from face-to-face data collection to online? We are pleased to welcome Dr Paul Biemer from RTI International to launch our new methodology series.