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The pandemic proved to be a barometer of existing social and political attitudes rather than a ‘turning point’ that resulted in a sharp change in the public mood. This is the key conclusion of a major study of public opinion during the pandemic, led by Professor Sir John Curtice at the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) and undertaken in collaboration with Professor Dominic Abrams at the University of Kent and Curtis Jessop at NatCen.
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) is launching a dedicated Centre for Social Survey Transformation.
News reports from the US of serious lung injuries and deaths related to cannabis-containing vaping devices may have negatively impacted attitudes towards nicotine-containing vaping devices in England, a new study has found.
The public’s view of the UK-EU trade deal has deteriorated since the agreement came into force in January 2021, according to a new survey report by whatukthinks.org and the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen).
Approximately 100 people living with low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) in London and Birmingham have taken part in a deliberative research project to develop recommendations for how to improve future schemes. Residents want to see thorough engagement with local communities at proposal stage, and a more sensitive and gradual introduction of schemes, alongside additional measures to make it easier to get around without driving.