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    • Older couple sitting outside Why take part?

      The Government uses this research to make decisions about public spending on things like pensions, benefits and tax credits.

      This is your chance to have a say on how this money is spent, and as a small token of our appreciation, your household will receive a £10 voucher.

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  • Contact us

    If you have received an invitation letter and would like to take part, we kindly ask that you contact us to give your name, phone number and your reference number (found in the top right of the letter). If you do not have the reference number to hand, please provide your postcode and the first line of your address to help us find the correct household on our records.

    To register your interest, or if you have any queries, please contact a member of the Family Resources team by email at frs@natcen.ac.uk or on Freephone 0800 652 4572. You can also give us your contact details to take part here.

  • What’s involved?

    Once you have contacted us to register your interest, one of our interviewers will call you within 10 days to arrange a telephone interview at a time that suits you.

    The interview itself is really relaxed – there’s no need to prepare and you can skip any questions you don’t want to answer. 

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    • Street scene Why have I been chosen?

      Whoever you are, whatever you think – your opinion is important to us.

      To get a truly representative picture of how different types of people are coping in the current economic climate  we’ve chosen your address at random. This means we can’t replace you with anyone else.

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    • pink-handshake2 Our pledge to you

      We understand you may have some questions about our credentials and how we deal with personal information. 

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  • Who are NatCen?

    We’re Britain’s largest independent social research agency. For 50 years we’ve worked on behalf of government and charities to find out what people really think about important social issues and how Britain is run. 

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