British Social Attitudes 37
The British Social Attitudes survey has been carried out annually since 1983 and is our longest running survey. Over 90,000 people have taken part in the study so far.
Scottish Social Attitudes
The Scottish Social Attitudes (SSA) Survey is an annual survey that has been run since 1999 – this year marked its twentieth anniversary. It is a face-to-face survey that uses a random sample of all those aged over 16 and living anywhere in Scotland, so it provides a robust and reliable picture of changing attitudes over time.
Public Confidence in Official Statistics 2018
Levels of trust in ONS and the statistics it produces remain high, having not changed significantly since 2016.
Why turnout was higher in the 2017 General Election
At 69%, voter turnout in the 2017 General Election was higher than at any such election since 1997. In the latest release of our initial British Social Attitudes (BSA) findings, we examine the increase in more depth.
Embracing the world? Changing attitudes to trade
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.
Just 15 months to go: what Scotland is making of Brexit
With 15 months before the official date, the National Centre for Social Research has conducted new research that examines Scottish attitudes towards Brexit.
Social and political attitudes of people on low incomes
People on low incomes have attitudes to politics broadly in line with the wider population, but feel less in control of their lives.
Understanding the Leave vote
A high-level overview of why we voted to leave the EU, drawing on analysis of the latest and highest quality data.
What UK Thinks
The latest report by John Curtice, 'Half-Time in the Brexit Negotiations: The Voters’ Scorecard' is now available.
Religion or belief in the workplace and service delivery