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Religious affiliation (current and upbringing), and attendance at religious services (4254)

Type of Data: Religious affiliation (current and upbringing), and attendance at religious services (4254)

Faith Community: General

Date: 2021, 16 September-31 October

Geography: Great Britain

Sample Size: 6250

Population: Adults aged 18 and over living in private households south of the Caledonian Canal

Keywords: Attendance at religious services, British Social Attitudes Survey, NatCen Social Research, religion of upbringing, religious affiliation

Collection Method: Online and telephone interviews

Collection Agency: NatCen Social Research

Sponsor: NatCen Social Research, Economic and Social Research Council, Department for Levelling Up Housing and Communities, Department for Work and Pensions, Government Equalities Office, King’s Fund, and Nuffield Trust.

BRIN ID: 4254


British Social Attitudes Survey, 2021. Dataset available at UK Data Service as SN 9072. The Covid-19 pandemic had necessitated abandonment of the customary face-to-face interview method. The switch to online and opt-in telephone interviewing resulted in a substantial decline in the household response rate (which was estimated at 14.2% in 2021).

Posted by: Clive D. Field

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