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Practising Christians and the 2015 general election (3555)

Type of Data: Practising Christians and the 2015 general election (3555)

Faith Community: Christianity

Date: 2015, 13-17 March

Geography: United Kingdom

Sample Size: 1960

Population: Practising (churchgoing) Christians aged 16 and over

Keywords: Being a Christian, better place, care for the elderly, Christian cultural and political heritage, Christian values in personal life, Christian values in political beliefs, Christians, Coalition Government, ComRes, Conservative Party, cost of living, crime and anti-social behaviour, David Cameron, economic growth, Ed Miliband, education system, equality, freedom of conscience, general election, Green Party, housing affordability, immigration, importance of faith in political decision-making, involvement of faith groups in political debate, Labour Party, Liberal Democrat Party, local Parliamentary candidates, moral direction, National Health Service, Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage, overseas aid budget, personal Christian faith, personal freedoms, policy areas, political party leaders, politics, practising Christians, Premier Christian Radio, protection of religious freedom, religious affiliation, same-sex marriage, United Kingdom Independence Party, welfare system

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: ComRes

Sponsor: Premier Christian Radio

Published Source:

  • http://www.comres.co.uk
  • http://www.brin.ac.uk/news/2015/religion-and-public-affairs/
  • Catholic Times, 17 April 2015

    BRIN ID: 3555


    The sample was weighted according to the results of the 2005 English Church Census.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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