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Evangelicals and British values (3738)

Type of Data: Evangelicals and British values (3738)

Faith Community: Christianity

Date: 2015, May

Geography: United Kingdom

Sample Size: 1730

Population: Self-identifying evangelical Christians in membership of the 21st Century Evangelicals research panel or recruited via open invitation on the Evangelical Alliance’s website and through social media networks

Keywords: Ashamed of Britain, being a Christian, British schools, British values, Britishness, characteristics of British population, Christian country, Christian values, church leader, Church of England, committed Christian, denominational background, disestablishment, ethnic background, Evangelical Alliance, evangelical Christian, freedom of speech, government, personal identity, politics, pride in Britain, principles for being British, religious assembly, religious education, seven deadly sins, vices of British population, voting

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Evangelical Alliance

Sponsor: Evangelical Alliance and three other organizations forming its Research Club

Published Source:

  • ‘British Values’, IDEA, September-October 2015, pp. 14-15

    BRIN ID: 3738


    21st Century Evangelicals, 18. The core sample was drawn from the Evangelical Alliance’s self-selecting research panel (‘an opportunity sample’), which is possibly unrepresentative of evangelical churchgoers as a whole. Additional respondents were recruited via an open invitation on the Evangelical Alliance’s website and through social media networks. Dataset available at UKDA as SN 7787.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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