Demographics and attitudes of British Sikhs (3937)
Type of Data: Demographics and attitudes of British Sikhs (3937)
Faith Community: Sikhism
Geography: United Kingdom
Sample Size: 2000
Population: Self-identifying Sikhs aged 16 and over
Keywords: Armed forces, Brexit, British Sikh Report, ethnicity, European Union, gurdwara management issues, hate crimes, heritage and culture, identity, observance of the five Kakaars, partition of India and Punjab, religious dress, Sikh marriage ceremony, Sikh women, Sikhs, turbans, volunteering
Collection Method: Online interview primarily, supplemented by self-completion paper questionnaire
Collection Agency: British Sikh Report
BRIN ID: 3937
The sample was a self-selecting one, recruited by snowballing techniques and social media, and may not be fully representative of the Sikh community in the United Kingdom. In particular, there was some under-representation of older age groups, relative to the 2011 population census.
Posted by: Clive D. Field
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