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Religious beliefs, practices and attitudes (2399)

Type of Data: Religious beliefs, practices and attitudes (2399)

Faith Community: General, Christianity (Church of England, Free Churches, Roman Catholic Church), Judaism

Date: 1963, 16-22 December and 1964, 13-20 January

Geography: England (London, Midlands and Northern Independent Television areas)

Sample Size: 2211

Population: Adults aged 16 and over

Keywords: Afterlife, Anglicans, anti-Catholicism, anti-Semitism, atheists, automation, Bible, birth control, Church, church attendance, churchgoers, churchgoing, Church of England, clergy, colour bar, confirmation, death, devil, disarmament, drinking, education, God, homosexuality, housing, ill health, Jesus Christ, Jews, life after death, loneliness, marriage counselling, ministers, mixed marriages, morality, neighbours, Nonconformist Churches, Nonconformists, nuclear weapons, prayer, prejudice, prostitution, racial equality, religion, religious affiliation, religious broadcasting, religious broadcasts, religious education, religious organizations, religious television, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Catholics, sexual maladjustment, sexual relations, social questions, spiritual life, standards of behaviour, Sunday, Sunday Break, Sunday school, unemployment, vicars, world hunger, world religions

Collection Method: Face-to-face interview

Collection Agency: Social Surveys (Gallup Poll)

Sponsor: ABC Television

Survey Instrument: Television and Religion, pp. 117-41

Published Source:

  • Social Surveys (Gallup Poll) Ltd., Television and Religion: Full Statistical Tables of a Survey Research from ABC TV, London: ABC Television, 1964
  • Television and Religion: Prepared by Social Surveys (Gallup Poll) Ltd on Behalf of ABC Television Ltd., London: University of London Press, [1965]
  • Sunday Times, 19 September 1965
  • Daily Telegraph, 20 September 1965

    BRIN ID: 2399


    Dataset formerly available at UKDS as SN 2441 but subsequently deaccessioned through lack of proper documentation

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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