Counting Religion in Britain, November 2020

Counting Religion in Britain, No. 62, November 2020 features 23 new sources of British religious statistics. The contents list appears below and a PDF version of the full text can be downloaded from the following link: No 62 November 2020

OPINION POLLS

  • How we get along: Woolf Institute diversity study of England and Wales
  • Ipsos MORI Veracity Index, 2020: who trusts clergy and priests to tell the truth?
  • Religious correlates of adoption/fostering: Savanta ComRes poll for Home for Good
  • Importance attached to Religious Studies as a secondary school subject
  • Knowledge of the Holocaust and its importance in the school history curriculum
  • Perceptions of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia as problems in the UK
  • Legacy of Islamic State: the public’s ongoing lack of sympathy for Shamima Begum
  • Coronavirus chronicles: Co-op calls for reopening of places of worship during lockdown
  • Coronavirus chronicles: door-to-door carol singing not so welcome this Christmas

FAITH ORGANIZATION STUDIES

  • Coronavirus chronicles: Evangelical Alliance’s second survey of Changing Church
  • Church growth and social action in the Church of England
  • Church of England cathedral statistics, 2019
  • Coronavirus chronicles: UK Jewish mortality from Covid-19
  • Coronavirus chronicles: MCB report on British Muslims and Covid-19
  • Islamophobia and the Labour Party: report by the Labour Muslim Network

OFFICIAL AND QUASI-OFFICIAL STATISTICS

  • Campaign to recognize Sikhs as an ethnic group in the 2021 census of population
  • Coronavirus chronicles: partnerships between faith groups and local authorities

ACADEMIC STUDIES

  • Coronavirus chronicles: fear, isolation, and compulsive buying among religious groups
  • Coronavirus chronicles: more findings from ‘Coronavirus, Church, and You’ survey
  • Coronavirus chronicles: Exeter report on Covid-19, Christian faith, and wellbeing
  • Secularization at the grass roots: a perspective from twentieth-century Slough
  • Round-up of recent academic journal articles

NEW DATASET

  • UK Data Service, SN 8718: National Survey for Wales, 2019–2020

Please note: Counting Religion in Britain is © Clive D. Field, 2020


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