Counting Religion in Britain, October 2020

Counting Religion in Britain, No. 61, October 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 61 October 2020

OPINION POLLS

  • Religious or spiritual wellbeing as a source of happiness: Ipsos Global Advisor poll
  • Religious attitudes to climate change: Savanta ComRes polling for Christian Aid
  • Attitudes to Sunday trading laws in England and Wales: latest YouGov tracker
  • Coronavirus chronicles: not so happy holidays–Ipsos MORI poll of public expectations
  • Coronavirus chronicles: religious correlates of Christmas planning during a pandemic
  • Conspiracy theories: public knowledge of, and support for, QAnon in Great Britain
  • Conspiracy theories: have humans made contact with aliens?
  • Perceptions of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia as problems in the UK
  • Labour Party and anti-Semitism: Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension as a party member

FAITH ORGANIZATION STUDIES

  • Economic and social value of church buildings: The House of Good report
  • Coronavirus chronicles: YourNeighbour’s The Church in Lockdown report
  • Coronavirus chronicles: more findings from ‘Coronavirus, Church, and You’ survey
  • Church of England Statistics for Mission, 2019 and Digital Report, 2020
  • Church of England Living Ministry research: summative report–How Clergy Thrive
  • Coronavirus chronicles: survey of Baptist Union churches during lockdown
  • Coronavirus chronicles: round-up of the Jewish experience of Covid-19
  • European Jewish population trends and estimates
  • Perceived threat to secular education: new National Secular Society research report

OFFICIAL AND QUASI-OFFICIAL STATISTICS

  • Home Office annual report on hate crime in England and Wales, 2019/20

ACADEMIC STUDIES

  • Revisiting secularization in modern Britain: Steve Bruce’s latest book
  • Islam and Muslims on British university campuses
  • Residential patterns of Strictly Orthodox Jewish communities in Britain
  • Coronavirus chronicles: UCL study of Covid-19’s effects on religious worship

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


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