11 July 2019
| House of Commons
British Social Attitudes 36 report launch
SPEAKERS: Nancy Kelley, Sir John Curtice, Stella Creasy MP
The British Social Attitudes survey (BSA) is the UK’s longest running survey of public opinion, revealing the social, political and moral attitudes of the population since 1983.
This year's report examines our changing attitudes to religion and belief, science, sex and gender, alongside our shifting political identities. As the political landscape continues to change in an unpredictable way, how do we identify ourselves, how do our identities shape our attitudes and how do we perceive the institutions that exist to oversee and organise us?
Each year we collect data on an extensive array of variables, with time series tracing back to the early eighties. This unique data source is the gold standard for attitudinal research and a national treasure for government, journalists, opinion formers and academics.
NatCen’s Deputy Chief Executive and BSA author Nancy Kelley will unveil this year’s data, with commentary from fellow report author Professor Sir John Curtice. The remaining respondents are to be confirmed.
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