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Attitudes and experiences of Sikhs (3696)

Type of Data: Attitudes and experiences of Sikhs (3696)

Faith Community: Sikhism

Date: 2016, May-August

Geography: United Kingdom

Sample Size: 4559

Population: Self-identifying Sikhs aged 16 and over

Keywords: British nationality, census 2021, charitable giving, country of birth, discrimination, education, employment, ethnicity, faith schools, First World War, five Kakars, forced conversions, general election, government, hate crimes, housing tenure, identity, independent public enquiry, India, membership of political parties, MPs, Parliament, political activism, sacrifices, sexual grooming, Sikh Genocide, Sikh Manifesto, Sikh Network, Sikhism, statutory code of practice, turban, turnout, UK Sikh Survey

Collection Method: Face-to-face and online interview and self-completion questionnaire

Collection Agency: Sikh Network

Published Source:

  • Dabinderjit Singh, Randeep Singh, and Jas Singh, UK Sikh Survey, 2016: Findings, London: Sikh Network, 2016

    BRIN ID: 3696


    The sample was recruited through a combination of self-selection and targeting of hard-to-reach groups and thus may not be fully representative of the Sikh community.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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