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The nature of the UK’s post-Brexit trade agreements with both the European Union and the rest of the world are likely to have a considerable impact on public life.
Based on the British Social Attitudes survey, our latest briefing takes a look at how the British public consume news - and examines the winners and losers of a rapidly-changing media landscape.
With 15 months before the official date, the National Centre for Social Research has conducted new research that examines Scottish attitudes towards Brexit.
New analysis by the National Centre for Social Research of the European Social Survey shows that 7 in 10 Brits are concerned about climate change.
Find out what happened to the Labour and Conservative share of the vote between 2015 and 2017 and who changed their vote.
People on low incomes have attitudes to politics broadly in line with the wider population, but feel less in control of their lives.
New research reveals one in four people in Britain admit to being prejudiced towards people of other races.
The public are split on the expansion of grammar schools, with 53% supporting such a policy.
The International Social Survey Programme, run as part of our British Social Attitudes survey, is a study of social attitudes in 45 countries across the world.
New findings reveal that the number of Scots with no religion is at record levels.