Find Out Now Survey Index

Question Type Available answers Status Survey ID Question ID Date Segmentation filter Total answers Repeat after (days) Action
You told us you were a Conservative Party member, are you still a Conservative Party member? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 1 6994 14391 2022-07-05 496 0
Do you think Boris Johnson should remain as leader of the Conservative Party, or resign with someone else becoming leader instead? radio Should remain as leader / Should resign as leader / Don't know / Prefer not to say 1 6994 14392 2022-07-05 496 0
If there is to be a leadership election, Conservative MPs decide which two candidates make it onto the ballot paper. Who do you think they should put on the ballot paper? (Please tick up to two) checkbox Rishi Sunak / Liz Truss / Jeremy Hunt / Michael Gove / Nadhim Zahawi / Sajid Javid / Pritti Patel / Dominic Raab / Ben Wallace / Penny Mordaunt / Someone else / Don't know / Prefer not to say 1 6994 14393 2022-07-05 496 0
Please imagine there was a Conservative leadership election and the candidates were Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss. Who would you vote for? radio Rishi Sunak / Liz Truss / I would not vote / Don't know / Prefer not to say 1 6994 14394 2022-07-05 496 0
Please imagine there was a Conservative leadership election and the candidates were Penny Mordaunt and Rishi Sunak. Who would you vote for? radio Penny Mordaunt / Rishi Sunak / I would not vote / Don't know / Prefer not to say 1 6994 14395 2022-07-05 496 0
Please imagine there was a Conservative leadership election and the candidates were Liz Truss and Penny Mordaunt. Who would you vote for? radio Liz Truss / Penny Mordaunt / I would not vote / Don't know / Prefer not to say 1 6994 14396 2022-07-05 496 0
In the wake of the resignations of Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid, do you think Boris Johnson can remain Prime Minister? radio Yes / No / I don't know / Prefer not to say 1 6992 14389 2022-07-05 2,253 0
Who do you think should be the next leader of the Conservative Party if Boris Johnson resigns? radio Rishi Sunak / Sajid Javid / Dominic Raab / Liz Truss / Priti Patel / Jacob Rees-Mogg / Ben Wallace / I don't know / Michael Gove / Penny Mordaunt / Kwasi Kwarteng / Other / Prefer not to say 1 6992 14390 2022-07-05 2,253 0
Are you interested in investing in bitcoin? radio Yes / No / Already invested in bitcoin / Prefer not to say 0 6991 14388 2022-07-05 10,043 0
Do you buy any of the following alcoholic beverages for personal use or as a gift for any occasions? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Brown spirit (e.g. whiskey, bourbon, rye whiskey) / White spirit (e.g. vodka, gin, rum, tequila) / Wine (e.g. red, white, rosé) / Beer / Other alcoholic beverages / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6990 14386 2022-07-05 1,114 0
What is the maximum you are willing to spend on alcoholic beverages in one shopping trip? radio £0-£9 / £10-£25 / £26-£49 / £50+ / Prefer not to say 0 6990 14387 2022-07-05 1,114 0
Which of the following charities would you associate with their support of child welfare (tick all that apply) checkbox Unicef / British Red Cross / Save the Children / NSPCC / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6989 14384 2022-07-05 1,006 0
Which of the following charities do you currently donate to? (tick all that apply) checkbox Unicef / NSPCC / Save the Children / British Red Cross / Great Ormond Street Hospital / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6989 14385 2022-07-05 1,006 0
You told us you own Pixel Buds Pro by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6988 14383 2022-07-04 2 0
Do you currently feel represented by a mainstream political party? radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6986 14378 2022-07-04 10,626 0
How likely are you to consider voting for a candidate from the True & Fair Party? radio Very likely / Somewhat likely / Not likely at all / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6986 14379 2022-07-04 10,626 0
Do you believe that Labour and Lib Dems should stand aside in seats they can’t win, and unite behind candidates who could beat the Conservatives? radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6986 14380 2022-07-04 10,626 0
If there were a General Election tomorrow, who would you vote for? radio Conservative / Labour / Lib Dems / Greens / True & Fair / Other / Not going to vote / Undecided / Prefer not to say 0 6986 14381 2022-07-04 10,626 0
Which of the following best describes your current role? radio I am a full-time developer / I am a part-time developer / I am not a developer, but do code for portions of my job / I used to be a developer, but no longer am / I am a student who is learning to code / I code primarily as a hobby / Not applicable / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6985 14376 2022-07-04 200 0
Do you use low-code, no-code, or digital process automation solutions? (e.g. Microsoft Power Platform, Quick Base, Appian, Nintex, Mendix, OutSystems, Google AppSheet, Salesforce Lightning, etc.) radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6985 14377 2022-07-04 200 0
You told us you own Pixel Buds Pro by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6984 14375 2022-07-01 5 0
You told us you own Pixel Buds A-Series by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6983 14374 2022-07-01 11 0
You told us you own Pixel Buds A-Series by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6982 14373 2022-07-01 11 0
What is your favourite film? textarea 0 6981 14371 2022-07-01 601 0
How many hours TV do you watch a week? radio 0-1 hours / 2-3 hours / 4-5 hours / More than 5 / Prefer not to say 0 6981 14372 2022-07-01 601 0
Were you a customer of LUSH spa in the past year? radio Yes, I was(am) a LUSH spa customer / No, but I have used other spas / No / Prefer not to say 0 6980 14369 2022-07-01 210 0
Have you had any of the following treatments? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Massage treatment / Facials / Face & scalp massage / Foot massage / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6980 14370 2022-07-01 210 0
Do you like to play quizzes? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6979 14368 2022-07-01 2,392 0
Do you think it should be legal or illegal for doctors to assist in the suicide of people who are suffering from a terminal illness? radio It should be legal / It should be illegal / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6978 14365 2022-06-30 343 0
And what is the main reason you think it shouldn’t be legal? radio Because it is against my religion / It would be too hard on Doctors to be involved / I think it will be used in cases where people aren’t suffering a terminal illness / These things should be allowed to happen naturally / We wouldn’t be able to put the right safeguards in place / open to abuse / It’s a bad use of NHS resources / Something else / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6978 14366 2022-06-30 343 0
Do you think it should be legal or illegal for doctors to assist in the suicide of people who are suffering from a painful and incurable illness that isn’t terminal? radio It should be legal / It should be illegal / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6978 14367 2022-06-30 343 0
Does your annual personal income exceed £50,000, and that you are a higher rate tax payer? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6977 14363 2022-06-30 2,080 0
Taking into consideration pension tax relief, how much does it cost you to put £1 in your pension? radio £1 / 80p / 60p / 55p / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6977 14364 2022-06-30 2,080 0
You told us you own Pixel Buds A-Series by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6976 14362 2022-06-30 12 0
Are you a Conservative Party member? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 1 6975 14360 2022-06-30 953 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. Of the following potential candidates, who would you most like to see become the next leader of the Conservative Party? Choose up to three in order of priority. checkbox Jeremy Hunt / Sajid Javid / Rishi Sunak / Tom Tugendhat / Penny Mordaunt / Liz Truss / Ben Wallace / Nadhum Zahawi / Don't know / Prefer not to say 1 6975 14361 2022-06-30 953 0
Were you a customer of LUSH spa in the past year? radio Yes, I was(am) a Lush spa customer / No, but I have used other spas / No / Prefer not to say 0 6974 14359 2022-06-30 1,025 0
When did you buy your first home? radio Less than 1 year ago / 1-2 years ago / 3-5 years ago / 6 years ago or more / I never bought my first home / Prefer not to say 0 6973 14355 2022-06-30 4,410 0
Thinking about your recent property purchase, which of the below did you do when looking for a property? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Looked at an estate agent’s actual branch window / Rang around multiple estate agents to enquire / Went directly to a local estate agents website / Replied to a marketing email from an estate agent / Contacted an estate agent after receiving a leaflet / Searched the property portals (e.g Rightmove) / Contacted an estate agent after seeing a for sales board / Used an estate agent comparison site to find the best agent in my area / Contacted an agent after hearing a radio advertisement / Contacted an agent after seeing a TV advertisement / Contacted local agents by post / Contacted an agent based on word of mouth recommendations / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6973 14356 2022-06-30 4,410 0
Would an agent with a poor reputation prevent you from purchasing a home they were listing? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6973 14357 2022-06-30 4,410 0
When purchasing your last property, how did you primarily communicate with the selling agent and/or seller? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Email / Phone / Instant message (e.g. WhatsApp) / Social media / Post / In person / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6973 14358 2022-06-30 4,410 0
Which of the following have you drank in the last 3 months? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Beer / Gin / Wine / Whiskey / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6972 14354 2022-06-30 203 0
You told us you own 2nd generation Pixel Buds by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6971 14353 2022-06-29 6 0
Do you feel more or less secure in your job compared to this time last year? radio Much more secure / Somewhat more secure / Neither more nor less secure / Somewhat less secure / Much less secure / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6970 14352 2022-06-29 1,599 0
To what extent would you support or oppose banning advertising of all recreational nicotine products/related products. radio Completely support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Completely oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6969 14351 2022-06-29 225 0
Nicotine is the major toxic ingredient in cigarettes. radio Completely agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Completely disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6968 14344 2022-06-29 2,562 0
Nicotine in cigarettes causes heart attacks. radio Completely agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Completely disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6968 14345 2022-06-29 2,562 0
Nicotine in cigarettes causes cancer. radio Completely agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Completely disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6968 14346 2022-06-29 2,562 0
Nicotine in cigarettes causes lung damage. radio Completely agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Completely disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6968 14347 2022-06-29 2,562 0
E-cigarettes are harmful as they contain nicotine. radio Completely agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Completely disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6968 14348 2022-06-29 2,562 0
Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is as harmful as smoking or chewing tobacco. radio Completely agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Completely disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6968 14349 2022-06-29 2,562 0
Alternative nicotine delivery devices, such as nicotine vaping products, could play a crucial role in reducing the enormous health burden caused by cigarette smoking. radio Completely agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Completely disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6968 14350 2022-06-29 2,562 0
You told us you are no longer a Conservative Party member, can you tell us why? (Please enter NA if you were never a Conservative Party member) textarea 1 6967 14343 2022-06-29 102 0
Which of the following applies to you? (Tick all that apply) checkbox I work in the accountancy sector / I am an apprentice of the accountancy sector / I employ accountants / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6966 14342 2022-06-29 1,060 0
Are you interested in investing in bitcoin? radio Yes / No / Already invested in bitcoin / Prefer not to say 0 6965 14341 2022-06-28 10,051 0
How would you describe your attitude towards cryptocurrencies? textarea 0 6964 14338 2022-06-28 729 0
How comfortable would you feel in investing your savings/pension into crypto assets? radio Very comfortable / Somewhat comfortable / Not at all comfortable / Not applicable / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6964 14339 2022-06-28 729 0
Would you consider investing in crypto assets in the next 5-10 years? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6964 14340 2022-06-28 729 0
You told us you own 2nd generation Pixel Buds by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6963 14337 2022-06-27 7 0
When on holiday or travelling abroad, do you tend to use a card or take out cash? radio Take out cash for most of my purchases / Use a debit or credit card for most of my purchases / Use both cash and card around equally / Don't know / I don't travel abroad / Prefer not to say 0 6962 14335 2022-06-24 627 0
When using a card abroad, do you tend to use a debit or credit card more often? radio Use a debit card for most of my purchases / Use a credit card for most of my purchases / Use both around equally / I don't use a card / Don't know / I don't travel abroad / Prefer not to say 0 6962 14336 2022-06-24 627 0
Who do you trust more to get things done: the current political party, an alternative political party or the trade unions? radio The current political party / An alternative political party / The trade unions / Don't know / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6961 14334 2022-06-24 3,109 0
Would you trust website content that was written by AI? (ie computer generated) radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6959 14332 2022-06-24 252 0
Which of the following areas of the UK do you live in? radio Bristol / Cardiff and Vale / Dorset / Gloucestershire / Herefordshire / Shropshire / Solihull / Somerset and BANES / Swindon / Warwickshire / Wiltshire / Worchestershire / Berkshire / Oxfordshire / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6958 14330 2022-06-24 8,505 0
You told us you were a Conservative Party member, are you still a conservative party member? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14318 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. Of the following potential candidates, who would you most like to see become the next leader of the Conservative Party? Choose up to three in order of priority. radio Jeremy Hunt / Sajid Javid / Rishi Sunak / Tom Tugendhat / Penny Mordaunt / Liz Truss / Ben Wallace / Nadhum Zahawi / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14319 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Jeremy Hunt and Rishi Sunak, who will you vote for? radio Jeremy Hunt / Rishi Sunak / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14320 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, who will you vote for? radio Rishi Sunak / Liz Truss / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14321 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Tom Tugendhat and Rishi Sunak, who will you vote for? radio Tom Tugendhat / Rishi Sunak / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14322 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Sajid Javid and Rishi Sunak, who will you vote for? radio Sajid Javid / Rishi Sunak / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14323 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Jeremy Hunt and Liz Truss, who will you vote for? radio Jeremy Hunt / Liz Truss / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14324 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Penny Mordaunt and Rishi Sunak, who will you vote for? radio Penny Mordaunt / Rishi Sunak / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14325 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Nadhim Zahawi and Rishi Sunak, who will you vote for? radio Nadhim Zahawi / Rishi Sunak / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14326 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Ben Wallace and Rishi Sunak, who will you vote for? radio Ben Wallace / Rishi Sunak / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14327 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative Party leadership election. If the final two candidates were Jeremy Hunt and Nadhim Zahawi, who will you vote for? radio Jeremy Hunt / Nadhim Zahawi / Don't know / Would not vote / Am not eligible to vote / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14328 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Imagine there is a Conservative leadership election. Thinking about the candidates in that contest which of the following issues would be most important in deciding who you vote for? Choose three in order of importance. checkbox Their position on net zero policies / Their position on transgender issues / Whether or not they wanted to leave the ECHR / Whether or not they wanted a closer relationship with the EU / Their position on building homes and the Green Belt / Their position on grammar schools / Their position on the War in Ukraine / Their position on tax / Prefer not to say 0 6956 14329 2022-06-24 5,707 0
Who do you trust more to get things done: the current political party, an alternative political party or the trade unions? radio The current political party / An alternative political party / The trade unions / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6955 14317 2022-06-23 505 0
You told us you own 2nd generation Pixel Buds by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6953 14315 2022-06-23 7 0
Has your organisation considered offering any of the following private or occupational health care services in the last 12 months (choose all applicable)? checkbox Mental Health (eg. self-help materials or helpline) / Health checks (eg. to monitor hearing, lung function etc.) / Weight Loss (eg. counselling or surgery) / A return-to-work program following ill health / GP (General Practitioner) / Physiotherapy / Dentist / Optician / Eye Surgery (eg. laser treatment) / Inpatient Orthopaedic Surgery (eg. knee, ghip, shoulder etc.) / Inpatient Other Surgery / Outpatient Surgery / Cosmetic Surgery / None of the above / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6952 14310 2022-06-23 11,088 0
How did you look for this service (type "na" if not applicable)? textarea 0 6952 14311 2022-06-23 11,088 0
Who did you choose (choose all applicable)? checkbox Existing occupation health scheme, e.g. UKIM Occupational Health / Employees own GP / A national chain e.g. Nuffield / A local service / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6952 14312 2022-06-23 11,088 0
Are your needs currently being met for private or occupational health care services (please describe why, if not, or type "na" if not applicable)? textarea 0 6952 14313 2022-06-23 11,088 0
Which of the following are important when considering paying for health care services (choose all applicable)? checkbox Price / Credit terms available / Ease of use / Technical support / How quickly I could get an appointment / Appointments that fit with my schedule / Range of services available / Quality of services available / Guidance on regulatory, legislation & tax / Reporting on activity, outcomes & spending / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6952 14314 2022-06-23 11,088 0
Generally speaking, how willing are you to take risks? radio Very willing to take risks / Somewhat willing to take risks / Somewhat unwilling to take risks / Very unwilling to take risks. / Prefer not to say 1 6951 14309 2022-06-23 50,328 0
Are you interested in investing in bitcoin? radio Yes / No / Already invested in bitcoin / Prefer not to say 0 6948 14306 2022-06-22 10,007 0
On average, how many times a month do you have fast food? radio 0 / 1-3 / 4-6 / 7-9 / 10+ / Prefer not to say 1 6947 14304 2022-06-22 80,507 0
Which of the following is your favourite fast-food restaurant? radio Shake Shack / Wendy's / McDonald's / Burger King / Five Guys / KFC / Subway / Other / Prefer not to say 1 6947 14305 2022-06-22 80,507 0
Where do you do majority of your clothes shopping? radio Online Retailers / High Street Shops / Charity Stores / Second-hand marketplace / Other / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 1 6946 14302 2022-06-22 84,784 0
How often do you visit high street retailer stores? radio Never / Rarely / Once a month / More than once month but less than once a week / Once a week / More than once a week / Prefer not to say 1 6946 14303 2022-06-22 84,784 0
Do you currently use a fitness / nutrition app to track the nutritional content or macros of the food you eat e.g. MyFitnessPal? radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6944 14295 2022-06-21 1,381 0
Do you use any of the following macro calculator fitness / nutrition apps? (Tick all that apply) checkbox MyFitnessPal / MyMacros+ / LifeSum / Carb Manager / Nutritionix Track / MyPlate / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6944 14296 2022-06-21 1,381 0
If you answered ‘other’, please enter the name of the app you use below (enter N/A if not applicable)? textarea 0 6944 14297 2022-06-21 1,381 0
How much do you pay for your app currently? radio Nothing it’s free / £1 - £5 per month / £5 - £10 per month / £10 – 15 per month / £15 - £20 per month / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6944 14298 2022-06-21 1,381 0
Would you be interested in a new fitness app which could offer you - (Tick all that apply) checkbox The ability to track all body metrics, body fat%, lean muscle %, weight etc without the hassle of having to input anything into an app. / Free credit to spend on fitness clothing, equipment, and supplements as a reward for your progress towards your targets. / Connectivity to supermarkets and meal prep companies, with tailored plans based on your macronutrients, budget and food preferences, delivered straight to your door. / Free smart body weight scales to keep you on track and adjust your macronutrients according to your fitness journey or how your body is reacting to your diet plan. / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6944 14299 2022-06-21 1,381 0
How much would you pay for an app with all of these features, including smart scales to use at home and access to meal plan delivery? radio Nothing / About £5 per month / About £10 per month / About £20 per month / More than £20 per month / Prefer not to say 0 6944 14300 2022-06-21 1,381 0
What comes to mind when you think about Travelodge? textarea 0 6943 14293 2022-06-21 266 0
What comes to mind when you think of Marie Curie? textarea 0 6942 14292 2022-06-21 202 0
Do you own an American Express card? radio Yes, already own one / No, but I am thinking about it / No / Prefer not to say 1 6941 14290 2022-06-20 25,550 0
What do you like doing after work/at weekends? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Theatre / Cinema / Going out for dinner/drinks / Relaxing at home / Walking / Sports / Concerts / Gaming / Other / Prefer not to say 1 6941 14291 2022-06-20 25,550 0
When buying a new car, how much do you spend? radio Under £5,000 / £6,000-£19,000 / £20,000-£35,000 / £36,000-£45,000 / £46,000 or more / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 1 6940 14287 2022-06-20 78,697 0
What type of car would you consider? (Tick all that apply) checkbox SUV / Convertible / Hatchback / Sports car / Minivan / Pickup truck / Off-road / Other / Prefer not to say 1 6940 14288 2022-06-20 78,697 0
Would you consider petrol/diesel, electric or hybrid powered vehicles? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Petrol/diesel / Electric / Hybrid / Other / Prefer not to say 1 6940 14289 2022-06-20 78,697 0
What is the best James Bond film, in your opinion? textarea 0 6939 14285 2022-06-20 652 0
Who was the best James Bond? radio Sean Connery / Roger Moore / Timothy Dalton / Pierce Brosnan / Daniel Craig / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6939 14286 2022-06-20 652 0
Have you considered paying for any of the following health care services in the last 12 months (choose all applicable)? checkbox Mental Health (self-help materials or helpline) / Health checks (eg. to monitor hearing, lung function etc.) / Weight Loss (Counselling or Surgery) / A return-to-work program following ill health / GP (General Practitioner) / Physiotherapy / Dentist / Optician / Eye Surgery (eg. Laser Treatment) / Inpatient Orthopaedic Surgery (eg. Knee, Hip, Shoulder etc) / Inpatient Other Surgery / Outpatient Surgery (eg. Same-day surgery) / Cosmetic Surgery / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6938 14281 2022-06-20 5,054 0
How did you look for this service (leave blank if not applicable)? textarea 0 6938 14282 2022-06-20 5,054 0
Who did you choose (choose all applicable)? checkbox Your own existing health insurance scheme (eg. Bupa) / An employers' health insurance scheme / A national chain (eg. Boots, Nuffield, etc.) / A local private service provider / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6938 14283 2022-06-20 5,054 0
Which of the following are important when considering paying for health care services (choose all applicable)? checkbox Price / Ease of use / Technical Support / How quickly I could get an appointment / Appointments that fit with my schedule / Range of services available / Quality of services available / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6938 14284 2022-06-20 5,054 0
To what extent do you support or oppose the strike action? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / I don't know 0 6937 14278 2022-06-19 4,294 0
Do you have tickets to the Glastonbury festival this year? radio Yes / No, but close friends or family do / No 0 6937 14279 2022-06-19 4,294 0
Has the strike action disrupted plans to get to Glastonbury? radio Yes / No / I don't know 0 6937 14280 2022-06-19 4,294 0
In a sentence, how would you describe living in your neighbourhood? textarea 1 6935 14274 2022-06-18 57,753 0
Is there anything interesting that sets your postcode apart from others that you could tell us about? radio Yes, I can tell you now / Yes, but not now / No 1 6935 14275 2022-06-18 57,753 0
What is special about your postcode? textarea 1 6935 14276 2022-06-18 57,753 0
Out of 10, how would you rate your neighbourhood? radio 1 - Awful / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Outstanding / Prefer not to say 1 6935 14277 2022-06-18 57,753 0
You told us you own 1st generation Pixel Buds by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6934 14273 2022-06-17 9 0
You told us you own 1st generation Pixel Buds by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6933 14272 2022-06-17 9 0
You told us you own 1st generation Pixel Buds by Google, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6932 14271 2022-06-17 9 0
Which of the following would most deter you from buying a leasehold home? radio The length left on the lease is too short / The service charges and ground rent associated with them / That the service charge or ground rent may increase / You may not be allowed a pet / You may not be able to run a business from home / You may not be able to sub-let / Higher conveyancing fees when buying / You may not be able to make changes to the property such as structural improvements / You are at the mercy of the freeholder / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6930 14269 2022-06-17 1,000 0
Have you made a will detailing who will inherit your estate in the event you pass away? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6929 14264 2022-06-17 5,198 0
Thinking about making a will, what would be the most important aspect for doing so? radio Naming a guardian for my children / Ensuring my children or other dependents are provided for financially / To ensure my partner is protected (If not married) / Safeguarding my family home / Safeguarding my family pet(s) / To prevent family disputes over who inherits what / To minimise inheritance tax for my beneficiaries / Recently married / To support a charity of my choice / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6929 14265 2022-06-17 5,198 0
Are you aware that when you get married, any previous will becomes invalid? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6929 14266 2022-06-17 5,198 0
Are you aware that if you fail to make a will, only the direct family and your spouse stand to inherit your estate? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6929 14267 2022-06-17 5,198 0
If you die without a will, your estate will be distributed under intestacy rules, are you aware of what these are? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6929 14268 2022-06-17 5,198 0
You told us you rent a property, do you still rent a property? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6928 14261 2022-06-17 3,134 0
Thinking about your experience of renting, what are the things that would be most off putting about a rental property? radio Lack of parking / Lack of outdoor space / Unfurnished / Outdated kitchen/appliances / Outdated bathroom / No shower/bath only / No storage space / Prevented from redecorating or personal touches such as hanging paintings/pictures / Noisey or nuisance neighbours or housemates / A ban on pets / A ban on children / Not inclusive of utility bills within rental price / Poor internet connection / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6928 14262 2022-06-17 3,134 0
Thinking about your experience of renting, what are the things that would be most off putting about a landlord? radio Being disturbed regularly / Landlords not maintaining the property to a modern standard / Landlords not maintaining safe living conditions / Landlords terminating a tenancy without good reason / Consistent rent increases / A lack of communication / A lack of flexibility / Rude or abrupt when communicating / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6928 14263 2022-06-17 3,134 0
You told us you work in the real estate / property industry, are you a property professional? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 1 6927 14256 2022-06-17 508 0
Have you taken time off from work due to fatigue/burnout within the workplace (Not due to an illness)? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 1 6927 14257 2022-06-17 508 0
How many days do you take in order to recover on average? radio One day / Two days / Three days / Four days / Five days to one week / More than one week / Prefer not to say 1 6927 14258 2022-06-17 508 0
How often does this occur in a year? radio Once / Twice / Three to five times / More than five times / Prefer not to say 1 6927 14259 2022-06-17 508 0
Thinking about this mental fatigue, what is the contributing factor or factors? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Size of workload / Type of workload (For example, is your work focussed around financial calculations) / Workplace expectation (For example, a required performance quota) / Lack of defined boundaries between your professional and personal life / Dealing with colleagues / Wider negative/toxic workplace culture / Dealing with clients / None of the above / Prefer not to say 1 6927 14260 2022-06-17 508 0
You told us you were a landlord/landlady, are you still a landlord/landlady? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14247 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Have you reduced the size of your portfolio due to prior Government changes, for example the increase in stamp duty tax for additional property purchases? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14248 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Do you support the Government’s plans to abolish Section 21 evictions that currently allow landlords to terminate tenancies without giving any reason? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14249 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Do you support the Government’s plans to allow tenants the right to request a pet in their house, which the landlord must consider and cannot unreasonably refuse? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14250 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Do you support the Government’s plans to give tenants stronger powers to cease arbitrary rent review clauses including unjustified rent increase, enabling tenants to be repaid rent for non-decent homes? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14251 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Do you support the Government’s plans to make it illegal for landlords or agents to have blanket bans on renting to families with children or those in receipt of benefits. radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14252 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Do you think a new Ombudsman to deal with rental disputes is a positive step? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14253 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Do you support the Government’s plans to double notice periods for rent increases, giving tenants stronger powers to challenge them if they are unjustified? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14254 2022-06-17 9,007 0
With the Government’s latest plans in mind, will you: - radio Increase the size of your buy-to-let portfolio in the future / Remain as you are / Decrease the size of your buy-to-let portfolio in the future / Prefer not to say 0 6925 14255 2022-06-17 9,007 0
Do you consider yourself to be any of the following? radio Chief executive officer (CEO) / Head of product / Head of growth marketing / Head of Customer acquisition / Head of finance / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6924 14246 2022-06-17 1,061 0
You told us you own 3rd generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6923 14245 2022-06-16 179 0
What is the one way the cost of living crisis impacted you the most? textarea 0 6920 14241 2022-06-16 598 0
To what degree have you been impacted by the cost of living crisis? radio Very much / Somewhat / Not much / Not at all / Prefer not to say 0 6920 14242 2022-06-16 598 0
Would you trust news that was written by AI? (ie computer generated news) radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6919 14238 2022-06-16 849 0
Would you trust health information that had been written by AI (ie computer generated text)? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6919 14239 2022-06-16 849 0
Do you believe that computers will take over the world and enslave humanity? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6919 14240 2022-06-16 849 0
Which of the following best describes your industry? radio Automotive / Consumer packaged goods (CPG) / Energy, mining, or utilities / Financial services / Healthcare / High tech / Insurance / Life sciences / Logistics or supply chain / Manufacturing / Retail or hospitality / Telecommunications / Other / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6917 14233 2022-06-15 446 0
Which of the following best describes your job function? radio Accounting or finance / Operations or supply chain / Sales or marketing / Information technology (IT) / Human resources (HR) / Research and development (R&D) / Other / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6917 14234 2022-06-15 446 0
Which best describes your role for data, analytics, or AI in your company? radio Strategy: I set the vision and direction for data, analytics, or AI initiatives / Evaluation: I plan, design, or evaluate data, analytics, or AI initiatives / Implementation: I implement data, analytics, or AI initiatives / No involved / Prefer not to say 0 6917 14235 2022-06-15 446 0
What was your company's revenue for the last fiscal year? radio Less than $500 million / $500 million to $999 million / $1 billion to $3 billion / $3 billion to $5 billion / More than $5 billion / Prefer not to say 0 6917 14236 2022-06-15 446 0
You told us you own 3rd generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6916 14232 2022-06-15 184 0
What's your favourite song? textarea 0 6915 14230 2022-06-15 516 0
Out of the following, which genres of music do you like to listen to? checkbox Rock / Heavy Metal / Classical / Jazz / Pop / Dance/Electronica / Blues / R n' B / Soul / Ragaton / Reggae / Hip Hop / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6915 14231 2022-06-15 516 0
If there was a referendum now on whether the UK should or should not join the European Union, how would you vote? radio In favour of joining the EU / Against joining the EU / Would not vote / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6914 14229 2022-06-15 1,232 0
To re-join the European Union in the future the UK would need to re-join the single market, join the borderless Schengen Area, accept the free movement of EU nationals, apply EU laws, and pay into the EU budget in proportion to the size of the UK economy. If there was a referendum now on whether the UK should or should not join the EU, how would you vote? radio In favour of joining the EU / Against joining the EU / Would not vote / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6913 14228 2022-06-15 1,220 0
When did you last purchase tyres for your car? radio Not applicable / Less than 1 month ago / 1-3 months ago / 4-11 months ago / 1 year or more ago / Prefer not to say 0 6912 14226 2022-06-15 202 0
Did you purchase the tyres out of necessity , or for other reasons such as keeping your car in optimum condition? radio Yes, out of necessity / No, for other reasons / Prefer not to say 0 6912 14227 2022-06-15 202 0
Do you support or oppose the government's policy to send single male asylum seekers to Rwanda? radio Strongly oppose / Oppose / Neither oppose nor support / Support / Support strongly / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6911 14222 2022-06-15 11,057 0
Do you think the government should go ahead with the removals to Rwanda or delay them until the result of a judicial review to decide if the policy is lawful? radio The government should go ahead / The government should delay / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6911 14223 2022-06-15 11,057 0
Do you agree or disagree with the reported comments by the Prince of Wales that the Rwanda policy is appalling? radio Strongly agree / Agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Disagree / Strongly disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6911 14224 2022-06-15 11,057 0
Do you agree or disagree that Britain should leave the European Convention on Human Rights? radio Strongly agree / Agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Disagree / Strongly disagree / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6911 14225 2022-06-15 11,057 0
Are you interested in investing in bitcoin? radio Yes / No / Already invested in bitcoin / Prefer not to say 0 6910 14221 2022-06-14 10,046 0
How many times their average employee salary a top British company's CEO should be paid? number 99999 / 0 0 6908 14217 2022-06-14 7,671 0
How much, to the nearest £100,000, do you think the CEO of Sainsbury's is paid? (e.g. please enter 10 if you think £1,000,000) number 99999 / 0 0 6908 14218 2022-06-14 7,671 0
CEO of Sainsbury's is actually paid £3.8m annually. In your opinion is this too high or low? radio Much too high / Somewhat high / About right / Somewhat low / Much too low / Prefer not to say 0 6908 14219 2022-06-14 7,671 0
How much did you enjoy the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend? radio Very much / Somewhat / A little / Not at all / Prefer not to say 0 6907 14216 2022-06-14 611 0
Do you work in any of the following places? radio Primary school / Secondary school / Academies/trusts / Local authorities / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6906 14214 2022-06-14 304 0
Do you work in any of the following job roles? radio Head teacher / Deputy header teacher / Financial controller / Senior decision maker / Board director / Governor / Other senior leadership team / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6906 14215 2022-06-14 304 0
When you feel anxious, and/or down, do you talk about it with family or friends, or keep it to yourself? radio Always talk about it / Sometimes talk about it / Never talk about it / I don't feel anxious or down / Prefer not to say 0 6905 14213 2022-06-14 1,826 0
"Chief Executives of large companies have no idea what life is like for their ordinary workers" - To what extent do you agree or disagree? radio Strongly agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Strongly disagree / Prefer not to say 0 6904 14210 2022-06-13 1,954 0
"Senior politicians have no idea what life is like for ordinary voters" - To what extent do you agree or disagree? radio Strongly agree / Somewhat agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Somewhat disagree / Strongly disagree / Prefer not to say 0 6904 14211 2022-06-13 1,954 0
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Boris Johnson? textarea 0 6904 14212 2022-06-13 1,954 0
Do you consider yourself to be any of the following for your business? radio Information technology decision maker (ITDM) / Chief technology officer (CTO) / Web developer / Project manager / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6903 14208 2022-06-13 123 0
Do you work in any of the following industries? radio Technology / Financial services / Retail/wholesale / Healthcare / Education / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6903 14209 2022-06-13 123 0
Do you agree or disagree that the law should be changed to prevent animals being chased with dogs and killed? radio Agree strongly / Agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Disagree / Disagree strongly / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6902 14206 2022-06-11 1,027 0
If a candidate in your seat at an upcoming general election wanted to strengthen the ban on hunting with dogs, would you be more or less likely to vote for that candidate? radio Much more likely / A bit more likely / No more or less likely / A bit less likely / Much less likely / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6902 14207 2022-06-11 1,027 0
Do you agree or disagree that the law should be changed to prevent animals being chased with dogs and killed? radio Agree strongly / Agree / Neither agree nor disagree / Disagree / Disagree strongly / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6901 14204 2022-06-10 9,737 0
If a candidate in your seat at an upcoming general election wanted to strengthen the ban on hunting with dogs, would you be more or less likely to vote for that candidate? radio Much more likely / A bit more likely / No more or less likely / A bit less likely / Much less likely / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6901 14205 2022-06-10 9,737 0
You told us you own 3rd generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6899 14202 2022-06-10 191 0
You told us you own 2nd generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6898 14201 2022-06-10 551 0
You told us you own 2nd generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6897 14200 2022-06-10 549 0
Have you ever displayed an image or status that was completely inappropriate for work? (e.g. showed nudity, drug use, racist themes or language etc) radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6896 14192 2022-06-10 8,523 0
Have you ever displayed an image or status that could be considered inappropriate for work? (e.g A drunken picture, political statement or rude or offensive language) radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6896 14193 2022-06-10 8,523 0
Has a client or colleague ever commented on the fact your profile picture or status on instant messaging apps was inappropriate? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6896 14194 2022-06-10 8,523 0
Have you ever negatively judged a client or colleague due to their profile picture or status on instant messaging apps being inappropriate? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6896 14195 2022-06-10 8,523 0
Have you ever faced disciplinary action at work because of something you displayed on your personal instant messaging app? radio Yes, disciplinary action / Yes, I lost my job / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6896 14196 2022-06-10 8,523 0
Are you aware that WhatApp has a setting that only allows your contacts saved to your phone to view your profile photo? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6896 14197 2022-06-10 8,523 0
Are you also aware that you can still prevent individual contacts from viewing your profile photo and status updates? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6896 14198 2022-06-10 8,523 0
Do you drink any of the following alcoholic drinks? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Real ale / Craft beer / Spirits / Wine / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6894 14189 2022-06-10 1,405 0
Do you live in Hampshire? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6894 14199 2022-06-10 1,405 0
Which of the following would you be interested in taking your kids to on the weekends or in school holidays? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Harry Potter Studio Tours / Madame Tussauds / Shrek Adventures / London Dungeons / Sealife Centre / Thorpe Park / Not applicable / None of the above / Prefer not to say 1 6893 14187 2022-06-10 11,904 0
Are your family a fan of the Harry Potter Franchise? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 1 6893 14188 2022-06-10 11,904 0
Have you ever been to the following attractions in the UK? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Harry Potter Studio Tours / Madame Tussauds / Shrek Adventures / London Dungeons / Sealife Centre / Thorpe Park / None of the above / Prefer not to say 1 6892 14186 2022-06-10 34,211 0
Are you solely or jointly response for choosing delivery suppliers for your business? radio Yes, solely responsible / Yes, jointly responsible / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6891 14183 2022-06-10 1,515 0
Is your business currently using sustainable B2B deliveries (i.e. by bikes)? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6891 14184 2022-06-10 1,515 0
Would your business ever consider switching to a green product/service, such as circular logistics - having your products delivered and then packages collected (via a sustainable transport mode, usually bikes/cargo bikes)? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6891 14185 2022-06-10 1,515 0
You told us you own 2nd generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate its sound quality? radio 1 - poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6890 14182 2022-06-09 558 0
Would you ever buy a pizza oven for your garden? radio I already have one / Definitely / Maybe / Probably not / Definitely not / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6889 14180 2022-06-09 1,107 0
How likely is it that you would purchase the pizza oven displayed on the advert above? radio Very likely / Somewhat likely / Not likely at all / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6889 14181 2022-06-09 1,107 0
Would you ever buy a pizza oven for your garden? radio I already have one / Definitely / Maybe / Probably not / Definitely not / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6888 14178 2022-06-09 1,109 0
How likely is it that you would purchase the pizza oven displayed on the advert above? radio Very likely / Somewhat likely / Not likely at all / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6888 14179 2022-06-09 1,109 0
Would you ever buy a pizza oven for your garden? radio I already have one / Definitely / Maybe / Probably not / Definitely not / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6887 14177 2022-06-09 56 0
Would you be more likely to view a rental property if the online listing had a virtual tour? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6886 14174 2022-06-09 3,029 0
Would you be more likely to view a rental property if the online listing had a floor plan? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6886 14175 2022-06-09 3,029 0
Would a virtual tour and floor plan help you to find a rental property by saving you time/effort from travelling to and viewing properties that weren’t of interest? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6886 14176 2022-06-09 3,029 0
In your view, can Boris Johnson be trusted in his ongoing role as Prime Minister? radio Completely / Somewhat / Not much / Not at all / Prefer not to say 0 6885 14172 2022-06-09 3,889 0
You told us you own Airpods Max by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6884 14171 2022-06-08 59 0
At what price does petrol/diesel price become unaffordable for you? radio It's already unaffordable for me / 190p-199p per litre / 200p-219p per litre / 220p-239p per litre / 240p-259p per litre / 260p-279p per litre / 280p-299p per litre / 300p or more per litre / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6882 14169 2022-06-08 4,544 0
What is your current perception about heat-not-burnt tobacco products? radio Positive / Negative / Neutral / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6881 14165 2022-06-08 2,001 0
Do you recall seeing an ad from IQOS, The real Alternative to smoking? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6881 14166 2022-06-08 2,001 0
Are you aware that IQOS heat-not-burn technology is an alternative to conventional smoking and vaping? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6881 14167 2022-06-08 2,001 0
How likely are you to recommend IQOS to a friend or family smoker / vaper? radio Very likely / Likely / Unlikely / Very unlikely / Prefer not to say 0 6881 14168 2022-06-08 2,001 0
What is your current perception about heat-not-burnt tobacco products? radio Positive / Negative / Neutral / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6880 14161 2022-06-08 2,005 0
Do you recall seeing an ad from IQOS, The real Alternative to smoking? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6880 14162 2022-06-08 2,005 0
Are you aware that IQOS heat-not-burn technology is an alternative to conventional smoking and vaping? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6880 14163 2022-06-08 2,005 0
How likely are you to recommend IQOS to a friend or family smoker / vaper? radio Very likely / Likely / Unlikely / Very unlikely / Prefer not to say 0 6880 14164 2022-06-08 2,005 0
Who do you think should win the Ballon d'Or? textarea 0 6879 14160 2022-06-08 1,003 0
On a scale of 1-10, how much do you enjoy Love Island? radio 10 - I love it / 9 / 8 / 7 / 6 / 5 / 4 / 3 / 2 / 1 - I hate it / Not applicable / I don't watch it / Prefer not to say 0 6878 14159 2022-06-08 1,005 0
Have you bought a property in the last 2 years? radio Yes, using a mortgage / Yes, with cash outright / No / Prefer not to say 0 6877 14157 2022-06-08 207 0
Did you obtain your mortgage through a broker or a direct lender? radio Broker / Direct lender / Don't know / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6877 14158 2022-06-08 207 0
Are you interested in investing in bitcoin? radio Yes / No / Already invested in bitcoin / Prefer not to say 0 6875 14155 2022-06-07 10,005 0
Which of the following apply to you? (Tick all that apply) checkbox I own a business / I am a sole trader / I am a decision maker for my business / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6873 14151 2022-06-07 3,011 0
Do you sell any of the following products? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Cosmetics/beauty / Alcohol / Confectionary / Gifting/souvenir / Art / Clothing / Homeware / Not applicable / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6873 14152 2022-06-07 3,011 0
Do you regularly sell on the following online platforms? (Tick all that apply) checkbox I don't sell on any online platform / Amazon / Facebook Marketplace / Depop / Instagram / Shpock / Ebay / Etsy / Other online marketplace/your own site / Prefer not to say 0 6873 14153 2022-06-07 3,011 0
What is your favourite Fathers Day memory/moment? textarea 0 6872 14150 2022-06-07 228 0
Do you know when a Google result is an advertisement? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6871 14149 2022-06-07 312 0
Which of the following non-prescription pain relief have you purchased in the last 30 days? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Aspirin / Paracetamol / Ibuprofen / Other non-prescription pain relief / I have not purchased any non-prescription pain relief / Prefer not to say 0 6870 14147 2022-06-07 25,102 0
Do you have a holiday planned in 2022? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6869 14142 2022-06-07 5,132 0
When thinking about saving for your holiday, do you save more than you need for your hotel, flights and spending money? radio No I only save what I need / Yes I save a little bit more / Yes I always save considerably more / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6869 14143 2022-06-07 5,132 0
Are you worried that your flights might be delayed or cancelled due to the current staff shortages? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6869 14144 2022-06-07 5,132 0
Do you know if your travel insurance would protect you in the event that your flight was cancelled? radio Yes / No / Don't know / I don't have travel insurance / Prefer not to say 0 6869 14145 2022-06-07 5,132 0
Could you afford to book new flights or find alternative travel if your flight was cancelled at short notice? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6869 14146 2022-06-07 5,132 0
Has your monthly rental cost increased since the start of the year? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6868 14135 2022-06-07 7,055 0
Was this increase: - radio Marginal / Manageable / Considerable / Prefer not to say 0 6868 14136 2022-06-07 7,055 0
Were you already struggling with the cost of renting before this happened? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6868 14137 2022-06-07 7,055 0
Has the increased cost of living put a further strain on your household finances? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6868 14138 2022-06-07 7,055 0
Which cost increase has caused you the most financial instability? radio Rent / Utility bills (Gas, electric and water) / TV and Broadband / Council Tax / Home insurance / Fuel costs / Car tax / Car Insurance / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6868 14139 2022-06-07 7,055 0
Are you worried that these costs will continue to increase? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6868 14140 2022-06-07 7,055 0
What might this mean for you as a tenant? radio I will be fine / I will struggle but manage / I will struggle and have to cut back / I will have to move to a more affordable property / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6868 14141 2022-06-07 7,055 0
Thinking about your personal finances, and having enough money to pay for the things you need to live, like food, energy, and clothing, how would you describe yourself? radio Comfortable / Coping / Struggling / Suffering / Prefer not to say 0 6867 14133 2022-06-06 20,873 0
Thinking back to your ability to pay for these things one year ago, how would you have described yourself at that time? radio Comfortable / Coping / Struggling / Suffering / Prefer not to say 0 6867 14134 2022-06-06 20,873 0
You told us you own Airpods Max by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - Poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6866 14132 2022-06-06 57 0
Which of the following best describes your general role within your organization? radio Software developer / IT Professional / Knowledge Worker / Front-line Worker / Non-Computer-Centered Role / Other / Not applicable / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6865 14126 2022-06-06 60 0
Do your job responsibilities involve any of the following? checkbox Translate UI/UX design to actual code / Collaborate with designers / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6865 14127 2022-06-06 60 0
What types of products do you work on? Select all that apply. checkbox Websites (Excluding games) / Web applications (Excluding games) / Mobile apps (Excluding games) / Digital interfaces / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6865 14128 2022-06-06 60 0
Which of the following types of tools do you currently use in your job/role? Select all that apply checkbox Design Tools (e.g., Sketch, Adobe, Figma) / Front-end Design / Dev Tools (e.g., Plasmic, Hadron, Modulz) / IDE (e.g. Visual Studio Code) / PHP (Python, JavaScript, Django, MySQL, etc.) / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6865 14129 2022-06-06 60 0
Thinking about the design tools you currently use at work, how often do you use them? radio Daily / Weekly / Monthly / Less than once a month / Prefer not to say 0 6865 14130 2022-06-06 60 0
In your current role, how frequently do you work with Product Designers? radio Daily / Often / Sometimes / Rarely / Never / Prefer not to say 0 6865 14131 2022-06-06 60 0
Do you plan to purchase AR or VR product in the next 6 months? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Tethered PC / AR tethered glasses / VR standalone / Cardboard/phone / Others / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6864 14122 2022-06-06 824 0
Do you own any of the below AR or VR product? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Tethered PC / AR tethered glasses / VR standalone / Cardboard/phone / Others / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6864 14123 2022-06-06 824 0
When did you buy your standalone VR? radio Within the past 1 to 3 months / Within the past 3 to 6 months / Within the past 6 to12 months / 1 year or more ago / Prefer not to say 0 6864 14124 2022-06-06 824 0
Was it a new standalone VR or second-hand? radio It was bought new. / It was bought second-hand. / It was gifted to me for free. / Prefer not to say 0 6864 14125 2022-06-06 824 0
If there were a Conservative leadership election, which of these Conservative MPs would be your preferred choice to be the new leader of the Conservative party? radio Michael Gove / Jeremy Hunt / Sajid Javid / Penny Mordaunt / Rishi Sunak / Liz Truss / Tom Tugendhat / Ben Wallace / Some other candidate / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6863 14121 2022-06-06 4,073 0
Do you like pineapple on your pizza? radio Yes / No / I don't eat pizza / Prefer not to say 0 6862 14120 2022-06-02 234 0
Do you watch sports on TV or streaming services? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6861 14118 2022-06-01 133,950 0
You told us you own Airpods Max by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - Poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6859 14116 2022-06-01 59 0
You told us you own Airpods Pro by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - Very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6858 14115 2022-06-01 534 0
You told us you own Airpods Pro by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - Poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6857 14114 2022-06-01 537 0
You told us you own Airpods Pro by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - Poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6856 14113 2022-06-01 543 0
You told us you own 1st generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their affordability? radio 1 - very unaffordable / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10- very affordable / Prefer not to say 1 6855 14112 2022-06-01 265 0
Have you ever needed to restrict your activities - for example, by missing a social occasion or work commitment - in order to breastfeed your baby? radio Yes, regularly / Yes, sometimes / No, not at all / Unsure / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6853 14110 2022-06-01 291 0
Do you currently contribute to a pension plan? radio Yes, through my employer / Yes, a private pension / Yes, both through my employer and private / No and I don't want to / No, but I would like to / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 1 6852 14109 2022-06-01 56,229 0
Have you seen an ad of the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6851 14105 2022-06-01 4,003 0
Which brand uses ‘5% cashback’ in their ads? radio American Express / Barclays / Lloyds / Mastercard / Chase / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6851 14106 2022-06-01 4,003 0
Have you heard of the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6851 14107 2022-06-01 4,003 0
How familiar are you with the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card? radio Very familiar / Somewhat familiar / Not familiar at all / Prefer not to say 0 6851 14108 2022-06-01 4,003 0
Have you seen an ad of the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6850 14101 2022-06-01 4,016 0
Which brand uses ‘5% cashback’ in their ads? radio American Express / Barclays / Lloyds / Mastercard / Chase / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6850 14102 2022-06-01 4,016 0
Have you heard of the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6850 14103 2022-06-01 4,016 0
How familiar are you with the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card? radio Very familiar / Somewhat familiar / Not familiar at all / Prefer not to say 0 6850 14104 2022-06-01 4,016 0
Are you interested in investing in bitcoin? radio Yes / No / Already invested in bitcoin / Prefer not to say 0 6849 14100 2022-05-31 10,004 0
Are you putting up bunting outside your home for the Jubilee weekend? radio Yes / No / I don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6848 14098 2022-05-31 2,115 0
What's your opinion of the Queen? textarea 0 6848 14099 2022-05-31 2,115 0
Do you currently have any investments? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6846 14092 2022-05-31 19,986 0
Do you plan to invest any money in the next 12 months? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6846 14093 2022-05-31 19,986 0
Which factors prevent you from investing? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Cost of living crisis & Inflation / Risk / Lack of understanding / Lack of spare money / Lack of trust in Fund Managers / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6846 14094 2022-05-31 19,986 0
If there was an option to invest ethically, would you? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6846 14095 2022-05-31 19,986 0
Which of the following would most and least likely make you invest? maxdiff Low fees & charges / Good portfolio performance / Friendly and helpful investment team / Industry expertise / Online access to your account 24/7 / Prefer not to say 0 6846 14096 2022-05-31 19,986 0
You told us you own 1st generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their battery life? radio 1 - Poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Excellent / Prefer not to say 1 6844 14090 2022-05-30 263 0
If you were currently searching for a home, would you consider viewing potential properties during the Jubilee bank holiday weekend (Thursday to Sunday)? radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6843 14088 2022-05-30 2,242 0
Which of the below Jubilee decorations would you find the most off putting if you were to view a house you potentially wanted to buy? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Bunting / Union Jack or jubilee themed table spread / Union Jack or jubilee themed bed spread / Union Jack or jubilee themed clothing / Royal family memorabilia on display / Dog (or other pet) dressed in Jubilee themed outfits / An effigy of the queen / Jubilee themed bush sculptures / Jubilee themed flower beds or arrangements / Union Jack car / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6843 14089 2022-05-30 2,242 0
What's your favourite type of biscuit? textarea 0 6842 14086 2022-05-30 534 0
Of the following, which would you most like to have with a tea/coffee break? radio Jammy Dodger / Jaffa Cake / Bourbon biscuit / Hob Nob / Oreo / Digestive / Party Rings / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6842 14087 2022-05-30 534 0
When did you graduate from university? radio Less than 1 year ago / 1 year ago / 2 years ago / 3 years ago / 4 or more years ago / I never graduated from university / Prefer not to say 0 6840 14084 2022-05-30 51 0
You told us you own 1st generation Airpods by Apple, on a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate their sound quality? radio 1 - Poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 - Excellent / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 1 6839 14083 2022-05-27 289 0
You told us you own Skullcandy wireless earbuds, which of the following models do you own? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Push Active / Indy / Indy Fuel / Sesh / Sesh Evo / Dime 2 / Dime / Spoke / Vinyl / Grind Fuel / Push / Jib / Other / I don't own any Skullcandy wireless earbuds / Prefer not to say 1 6838 14082 2022-05-27 246 0
You told us you own JBL wireless earbuds, which of the following models do you own? (Tick all that apply) checkbox JBL Tune 230NC TWS / JBL Live PRO+ TWS / JBL Live 300 TWS / JBL Wave 200 TWS / JBL Wave 100 / JBL Free II / JBL Live Free / JBL Tune 225 TWS / JBL Wave 300 TWS / JBL Ua True / Other / I don't own any JBL wireless earbuds / Prefer not to say 1 6837 14081 2022-05-27 198 0
Have you ever visited the Isle of Man? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6836 14080 2022-05-27 633 0
Who makes the financial decisions in your household? radio Myself / My Partner / My Parents / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6834 14070 2022-05-27 1,452 0
Do you plan to invest in the next 12 months? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6834 14071 2022-05-27 1,452 0
What factors prevent you from investing? checkbox Risk factor / Inflation and Cost of Living Crisis / Lack of understanding / Lack of spare money to invest / Lack of trust in Fund Managers and Investment Firms / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6834 14072 2022-05-27 1,452 0
How would you prefer to learn about investing? checkbox Brochures / Videos / Online events (e.g. webinar) / In-person events (face-to-face) / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6834 14073 2022-05-27 1,452 0
If there was an option to invest ethically, would you? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6834 14074 2022-05-27 1,452 0
You told us you own Beats wireless earbuds, which of the following models do you own? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Beats Studio Buds / Beats Fit Pro / Powerbeats Pro / Other / Prefer not to say 1 6832 14068 2022-05-26 231 0
Which of the following non-prescription pain relief have you purchased in the last 30 days? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Excedrin / Tylenol / Advil / Other non-prescription pain relief / I have not purchased any non-prescription pain relief / Prefer not to say 0 6831 14067 2022-05-26 535 0
Are you a sole/joint decision maker on the broadband service provider for your household? radio Yes, sole decision maker / Yes, joint decision maker / No / Prefer not to say 0 6830 14065 2022-05-26 71 0
Have you ever lost your passport or had it stolen? radio Yes, lost / Yes, stolen / Yes, lost and stolen / No / Prefer not to say 0 6829 14058 2022-05-26 7,013 0
When did this happen? radio 2022 / 2021 / 2020 / 2019 / Prior to 2019 / Prefer not to say 0 6829 14059 2022-05-26 7,013 0
Were you abroad when this happened? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6829 14060 2022-05-26 7,013 0
Did you report and cancel it straight away to both UK police and the authorities in the location your lost it? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6829 14061 2022-05-26 7,013 0
Did losing your passport result in any security issues such as identity theft that you know of? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6829 14062 2022-05-26 7,013 0
Did you have to opt for a fast track service or emergency document due to existing and imminent travel requirements? radio Yes, fast track service / Yes, emergency travel document / Yes, fast track service & emergency travel document / No / Prefer not to say 0 6829 14063 2022-05-26 7,013 0
Did these documents arrive in time before your scheduled flight? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6829 14064 2022-05-26 7,013 0
You told us you work within the property sector, are you an estate agent? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6828 14054 2022-05-26 390 0
Thinking about your experience of the UK property market in the last year, roughly how many transactions have fallen through with regard to homes that you have been selling? radio Less than 5% / 5%-9% / 10%-19% / 20%-29% / 30%-39% / 40%-49% / 50% or more / Prefer not to say 0 6828 14055 2022-05-26 390 0
Who is most often at fault for these transactions falling through? radio Us as the selling agent / The seller / The buyer / Another party further up or down the chain / The solicitor/conveyancer / Other / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6828 14056 2022-05-26 390 0
As the selling agent what is the biggest issue you face due to fall throughs? radio The wasted resources progressing the sale / The time wasted progressing the sale / The cost incurred to re-market the property / The seller relisting with a different agent / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6828 14057 2022-05-26 390 0
You told us you are a landlord/landlady, are you still a landlord/landlady? radio Yes / No / Not applicable / Prefer not to say 0 6827 14048 2022-05-26 6,007 0
Do you feel that the fees charged by your letting agent are: - radio Too high / Too low / Fair / Prefer not to say 0 6827 14049 2022-05-26 6,007 0
How do you rate the quality of service provided by your letting agent? radio 1 - Poor / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 - Excellent / Prefer not to say 0 6827 14050 2022-05-26 6,007 0
Have you experienced late rental payments caused by any of the following counter-parties? (Tick all that apply) radio The letting agent / The tennant / Other (e.g. banking or technical issues) / I never experienced late rental payments / Prefer not to say 0 6827 14051 2022-05-26 6,007 0
Has your letting agent ever made an unexpected or undiscussed deduction to the monthly rental income generated from your property? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6827 14052 2022-05-26 6,007 0
What was the reason(s) for this? (Tick all that apply) checkbox Maintenance work carried out on the property / Additional management fees / Finding tenant(s) / Rent collection / Gas certificate / Electric safety check / EWS1 forms / Inventory list / Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6827 14053 2022-05-26 6,007 0
Why do you think Boris Johnson commissioned the Sue Gray report? radio To determine whether social gatherings, that he believed to be lawful, were unlawful or not / To buy himself time in the hope the public would lose interest / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6826 14047 2022-05-26 5,343 0
What's your favourite band? textarea 0 6825 14045 2022-05-25 537 0
Which of the following, In your opinion, is the greatest band ever? radio The Beatles / The Rolling Stones / The Smiths / The Kinks / U2 / Guns N Roses / Nirvana / Right Said Fred / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6825 14046 2022-05-25 537 0
Which of the following core science qualifications do you have? (Tick all that apply) checkbox A-level Biology or above / A-level Chemistry or above / A-level Physics or above / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6822 14041 2022-05-25 178 0
Are you currently in employment? radio Yes / No / Prefer not to say 0 6822 14042 2022-05-25 178 0
Are you any of the following? radio Senior vice president / Sustainability / ESG / EHS division leader / Head of department / Vice-head of department / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6821 14039 2022-05-25 109 0
Do you work in any of the following industries? radio Industrial manufacturing & equipment / Process industries / Pharma & MedTech / Automotive / Electronics / Retail & consumer goods / Financial Sector / Service industry / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6821 14040 2022-05-25 109 0
Are you interested in investing in bitcoin? radio Yes / No / Already invested in bitcoin / Prefer not to say 0 6820 14038 2022-05-24 2,001 0
Which of the following hot beverages do you drink? checkbox Black tea / Green tea / Herbal tea / Coffee / Hot Chocolate / Malted drinks / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6819 14036 2022-05-24 436 0
Which of the following Malted drink brands do you buy? checkbox Horlicks / Ovaltine / Super market brand / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6819 14037 2022-05-24 436 0
Which of the following establishments best describes your industry of work? radio Banking / Property and Construction / Law / Finance / Creative arts and design / Energy and Utilities / Healthcare / Information Technology / I don't work / Retail / HR / Hospitality / Transport / None of the above / Prefer not to say 0 6818 14034 2022-05-24 102 0
Which of the following areas of banking do you have decision making powers? radio Compliance/Legal / None of the above / Marketing / Security and Fraud / Business Technology / Sales / Funds Management / Trades / Prefer not to say 0 6818 14035 2022-05-24 102 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13389 2022-05-24 22 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13390 2022-05-24 22 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13391 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13392 2022-05-24 22 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13393 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13394 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13395 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13396 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13397 2022-05-24 22 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6812 13400 2022-05-24 22 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Philippa Ann Broom - The Conservative Party candidate / Stephen Doughty - The Labour Party candidate / Dan Schmeising - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Nasir Adam - The Plaid Cymru candidate / Ken Barker - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6812 14033 2022-05-24 22 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6801 13400 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Jonathan Burns - The Conservative Party candidate / Christina Rees - The Labour Party candidate / Adrian Kingston-Jones - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Daniel Williams - The Plaid Cymru candidate / Megan Lloyd - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6801 14022 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6799 13400 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Havard Hughes - The Conservative Party candidate / Maria Carroll - The Labour Party candidate / The Liberal Democrat candidate / Jonathan Edwards - The Plaid Cymru candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6799 14020 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6797 13400 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Stephen Crabb - The Conservative Party candidate / Philippa Ann Thompson - The Labour Party candidate / Thomas James Hughes - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Cris Tomos - The Plaid Cymru candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6797 14018 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13391 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13392 2022-05-24 10 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13393 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13394 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13395 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13396 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13397 2022-05-24 10 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6788 13400 2022-05-24 10 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Matthew Evans - The Conservative Party candidate / Ruth Jones - The Labour Party candidate / Ryan Jones - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Jonathan Clark - The Plaid Cymru candidate / Amelia Womack - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6788 14009 2022-05-24 10 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6787 13400 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Mark Brown - The Conservative Party candidate / Jessica Morden - The Labour Party candidate / Mike Hamilton - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Cameron Wixcey - The Plaid Cymru candidate / Peter Varley - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6787 14008 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13389 2022-05-24 26 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13390 2022-05-24 26 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13391 2022-05-24 26 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13392 2022-05-24 26 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13393 2022-05-24 26 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13394 2022-05-24 26 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13395 2022-05-24 26 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13396 2022-05-24 26 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13397 2022-05-24 26 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6783 13400 2022-05-24 26 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Mohamed Ali - The Conservative Party candidate / Anna McMorrin - The Labour Party candidate / Rhys Taylor - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Steffan Webb - The Plaid Cymru candidate / Michael Cope - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6783 14004 2022-05-24 26 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Plaid Cymru / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6782 13400 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Meirion Jenkins - The Conservative Party candidate / Jo Stevens - The Labour Party candidate / Bablin Molik - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Plaid Cymru candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6782 14003 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13389 2022-05-24 5 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13390 2022-05-24 5 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13391 2022-05-24 5 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13392 2022-05-24 5 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13393 2022-05-24 5 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13394 2022-05-24 5 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13395 2022-05-24 5 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13396 2022-05-24 5 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13397 2022-05-24 5 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Scottish National Party (SNP) / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6756 13399 2022-05-24 5 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Charles John Kennedy - The Conservative Party candidate / Wendy Milne - The Labour Party candidate / Sally Pattle - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Martyn Day - The Scottish National Party candidate / Gillian Mackay - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6756 13977 2022-05-24 5 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Scottish National Party (SNP) / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6755 13399 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Shona Haslam - The Conservative Party candidate / Andrew Hilland - The Labour Party candidate / Jane Pickard - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Angela Crawley - The Scottish National Party candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6755 13976 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Scottish National Party (SNP) / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6744 13399 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Tony Curtis - The Conservative Party candidate / Pam Duncan-Glancy - The Labour Party candidate / Andrew Chamberlain - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Patrick Grady - The Scottish National Party candidate / Cass Macgregor - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6744 13965 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13389 2022-05-24 22 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13390 2022-05-24 22 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13391 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13392 2022-05-24 22 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13393 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13394 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13395 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13396 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13397 2022-05-24 22 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Scottish National Party (SNP) / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6729 13399 2022-05-24 22 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Tess White - The Conservative Party candidate / Jim Malone - The Labour Party candidate / Daniel Coleman - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Chris Law - The Scottish National Party candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6729 13950 2022-05-24 22 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Scottish National Party (SNP) / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6728 13399 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Philip Scott - The Conservative Party candidate / Rosalind Garton - The Labour Party candidate / Michael Crichton - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Stewart Hosie - The Scottish National Party candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6728 13949 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13389 2022-05-24 4 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13390 2022-05-24 4 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13391 2022-05-24 4 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13392 2022-05-24 4 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13393 2022-05-24 4 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13394 2022-05-24 4 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13395 2022-05-24 4 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13396 2022-05-24 4 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13397 2022-05-24 4 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Scottish National Party (SNP) / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6725 13399 2022-05-24 4 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Roz McCall - The Conservative Party candidate / James McPhilemy - The Labour Party candidate / Susan Murray - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Stuart McDonald - The Scottish National Party candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6725 13946 2022-05-24 4 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13389 2022-05-24 21 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13390 2022-05-24 21 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13391 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13392 2022-05-24 21 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13393 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13394 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13395 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13396 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13397 2022-05-24 21 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6713 13398 2022-05-24 21 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Julian Sturdy - The Conservative Party candidate / Anna Perrett - The Labour Party candidate / Keith Aspden - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6713 13934 2022-05-24 21 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6709 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Mark Garnier - The Conservative Party candidate / Robin Lunn - The Labour Party candidate / Shazu Miah - The Liberal Democrat candidate / John Davis - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6709 13930 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6705 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Arnold Saunders - The Conservative Party candidate / Barbara Keeley - The Labour Party candidate / Joe Johnson-Tod - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Daniel Towers - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6705 13926 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6704 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Mark Jenkinson - The Conservative Party candidate / Sue Hayman - The Labour Party candidate / Neil Hughes - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Jill Perry - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6704 13925 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6701 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Ahmed Ejaz - The Conservative Party candidate / Pat McFadden - The Labour Party candidate / Ruth Coleman-Taylor - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Kathryn Gilbert - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6701 13922 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13389 2022-05-24 33 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13390 2022-05-24 33 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13391 2022-05-24 33 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13392 2022-05-24 33 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13393 2022-05-24 33 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13394 2022-05-24 33 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13395 2022-05-24 33 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13396 2022-05-24 33 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13397 2022-05-24 33 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6699 13398 2022-05-24 33 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio John Redwood - The Conservative Party candidate / Annette Medhurst - The Labour Party candidate / Phillip Lee - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Kizzi Johannessen - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6699 13920 2022-05-24 33 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6697 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Robert Courts - The Conservative Party candidate / Rosalind Bolger - The Labour Party candidate / Charlotte Sureyya Sayre Olcay Hoagland - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6697 13918 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6695 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Laura Evans - The Conservative Party candidate / Margaret Greenwood - The Labour Party candidate / Andy Corkhill - The Liberal Democrat candidate / John Coyne - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6695 13916 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6694 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Stewart Gardiner - The Conservative Party candidate / Alison McGovern - The Labour Party candidate / Chris Carubia - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Harry Ross Gorman - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6694 13915 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6684 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Jack Gilmore - The Conservative Party candidate / Rosie Cooper - The Labour Party candidate / Simon Paul Thomson - The Liberal Democrat candidate / John Richard Puddifer - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6684 13905 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6680 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Nicola Faye Richards - The Conservative Party candidate / Ibrahim Dogus - The Labour Party candidate / Andy Graham - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Mark Nicholas Redding - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6680 13901 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6677 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio James Heappey - The Conservative Party candidate / Kama McKenzie - The Labour Party candidate / Tessa Munt - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6677 13898 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6669 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Andy Carter - The Conservative Party candidate / Faisal Rashid - The Labour Party candidate / Ryan Bate - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6669 13890 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6662 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Eddie Hughes - The Conservative Party candidate / Gill Ogilvie - The Labour Party candidate / Jennifer Eileen Gray - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Mark Frederick Wilson - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6662 13883 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13391 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13392 2022-05-24 10 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13393 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13394 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13395 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13396 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13397 2022-05-24 10 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6655 13398 2022-05-24 10 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Greg Clark - The Conservative Party candidate / Antonio Weiss - The Labour Party candidate / Ben Chapelard - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6655 13876 2022-05-24 10 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6654 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Cherilyn Mackrory - The Conservative Party candidate / Jennifer Forbes - The Labour Party candidate / Ruth Gripper - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Tom Scott - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6654 13875 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6649 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Kerry Briscoe - The Conservative Party candidate / Rosena Allin-Khan - The Labour Party candidate / Olly Glover - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Glyn Goodwin - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6649 13870 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6648 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Thomas Tugendhat - The Conservative Party candidate / Dylan Jones - The Labour Party candidate / Richard Morris - The Liberal Democrat candidate / April Clark - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6648 13869 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13391 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13392 2022-05-24 10 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13393 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13394 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13395 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13396 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13397 2022-05-24 10 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6643 13398 2022-05-24 10 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Mark Pritchard - The Conservative Party candidate / Dylan Harrison - The Labour Party candidate / Thomas Janke - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Tim Dawes - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6643 13864 2022-05-24 10 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6641 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Laurence Robertson - The Conservative Party candidate / Lara Soraya Chaplin - The Labour Party candidate / Alex Hegenbarth - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Cate Cody - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6641 13862 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6639 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Rebecca Pow - The Conservative Party candidate / Liam Canham - The Labour Party candidate / Gideon Amos - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6639 13860 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6635 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Paul Scully - The Conservative Party candidate / Bonnie Craven - The Labour Party candidate / Hina Bokhari - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Claire Jackson-Prior - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6635 13856 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13389 2022-05-24 9 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13390 2022-05-24 9 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13391 2022-05-24 9 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13392 2022-05-24 9 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13393 2022-05-24 9 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13394 2022-05-24 9 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13395 2022-05-24 9 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13396 2022-05-24 9 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13397 2022-05-24 9 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6634 13398 2022-05-24 9 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Michael Gove - The Conservative Party candidate / Brahma Mohanty - The Labour Party candidate / Alasdair Pinkerton - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Sharon Galliford - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6634 13855 2022-05-24 9 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6632 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Therese Coffey - The Conservative Party candidate / Cameron Matthews - The Labour Party candidate / Jules Ewart - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Rachel Smith-Lyte - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6632 13853 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6625 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Jack Brereton - The Conservative Party candidate / Mark Paul McDonald - The Labour Party candidate / Rosalyn Jane Gordon - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6625 13846 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6619 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Stephen McPartland - The Conservative Party candidate / Jill Borcherds - The Labour Party candidate / Lisa Nash - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Victoria Snelling - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6619 13840 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13389 2022-05-24 1 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13390 2022-05-24 1 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13391 2022-05-24 1 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13392 2022-05-24 1 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13393 2022-05-24 1 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13394 2022-05-24 1 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13395 2022-05-24 1 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13396 2022-05-24 1 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13397 2022-05-24 1 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6618 13398 2022-05-24 1 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Tayub Amjad - The Conservative Party candidate / Jonathan Reynolds - The Labour Party candidate / Jamie Dwan - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Julie Wood - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6618 13839 2022-05-24 1 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6615 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Derek Thomas - The Conservative Party candidate / Alana Louise Bates - The Labour Party candidate / Andrew George - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Ian Edward Flindall - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6615 13836 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13389 2022-05-24 25 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13390 2022-05-24 25 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13391 2022-05-24 25 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13392 2022-05-24 25 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13393 2022-05-24 25 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13394 2022-05-24 25 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13395 2022-05-24 25 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13396 2022-05-24 25 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13397 2022-05-24 25 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6614 13398 2022-05-24 25 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Richard Short - The Conservative Party candidate / Marie Rimmer - The Labour Party candidate / Brian Spencer - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Kai Taylor - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6614 13835 2022-05-24 25 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13391 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13392 2022-05-24 10 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13393 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13394 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13395 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13396 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13397 2022-05-24 10 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6613 13398 2022-05-24 10 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Joel Ralph Charles - The Conservative Party candidate / Conor McGinn - The Labour Party candidate / Pat Moloney - The Liberal Democrat candidate / David Ian Van Der Burg - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6613 13834 2022-05-24 10 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13389 2022-05-24 2 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13390 2022-05-24 2 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13391 2022-05-24 2 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13392 2022-05-24 2 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13393 2022-05-24 2 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13394 2022-05-24 2 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13395 2022-05-24 2 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13396 2022-05-24 2 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13397 2022-05-24 2 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6609 13398 2022-05-24 2 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Damien Moore - The Conservative Party candidate / Liz Savage - The Labour Party candidate / John Wright - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6609 13830 2022-05-24 2 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13391 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13392 2022-05-24 10 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13393 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13394 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13395 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13396 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13397 2022-05-24 10 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6607 13398 2022-05-24 10 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Steven Galton - The Conservative Party candidate / Alan Whitehead - The Labour Party candidate / Joe Richards - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Katherine Jane Barbour - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6607 13828 2022-05-24 10 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6605 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Andrew Murrison - The Conservative Party candidate / Emily Pomroy-Smith - The Labour Party candidate / Ellen Nicholson - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Julie Elizabeth Phillips - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6605 13826 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6604 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Jeremy Hunt - The Conservative Party candidate / Tim Corry - The Labour Party candidate / Paul David Follows - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6604 13825 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6601 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Gary Streeter - The Conservative Party candidate / Alex Beverley - The Labour Party candidate / Sima Davarian - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Ian Andrew Poyser - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6601 13822 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13389 2022-05-24 22 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13390 2022-05-24 22 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13391 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13392 2022-05-24 22 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13393 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13394 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13395 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13396 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13397 2022-05-24 22 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6599 13398 2022-05-24 22 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Craig Mackinlay - The Conservative Party candidate / Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt - The Labour Party candidate / Martyn Pennington - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Becky Wing - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6599 13820 2022-05-24 22 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13389 2022-05-24 21 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13390 2022-05-24 21 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13391 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13392 2022-05-24 21 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13393 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13394 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13395 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13396 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13397 2022-05-24 21 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6598 13398 2022-05-24 21 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Robert Buckland - The Conservative Party candidate / Sarah Church - The Labour Party candidate / Stan Pajak - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6598 13819 2022-05-24 21 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13389 2022-05-24 8 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13390 2022-05-24 8 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13391 2022-05-24 8 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13392 2022-05-24 8 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13393 2022-05-24 8 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13394 2022-05-24 8 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13395 2022-05-24 8 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13396 2022-05-24 8 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13397 2022-05-24 8 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6595 13398 2022-05-24 8 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Oni Oviri - The Conservative Party candidate / Emma Lewell-Buck - The Labour Party candidate / Bill Shepherd - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Sarah Jean McKeown - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6595 13816 2022-05-24 8 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6591 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Alberto Costa - The Conservative Party candidate / Tristan Naseem Koriya - The Labour Party candidate / Phil Knowles - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Nick Cox - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6591 13812 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13389 2022-05-24 22 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13390 2022-05-24 22 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13391 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13392 2022-05-24 22 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13393 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13394 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13395 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13396 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13397 2022-05-24 22 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6580 13398 2022-05-24 22 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Dr Caroline Johnson - The Conservative Party candidate / Linda Edwards-Shea - The Labour Party candidate / Oliver William Craven - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Simon Tooke - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6580 13801 2022-05-24 22 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6578 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Gordon Henderson - The Conservative Party candidate / Clive Johnson - The Labour Party candidate / Ben Jonathan Martin - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Samantha Collins - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6578 13799 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6570 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Janice Silvester-Hall - The Conservative Party candidate / Paul Blomfield - The Labour Party candidate / Colin Arthur Ross - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Alison Clare Teal - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6570 13791 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6569 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Laura Trott - The Conservative Party candidate / Seamus William John Mccauley - The Labour Party candidate / Gareth James Willis - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Paul Wharton - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6569 13790 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13389 2022-05-24 7 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13390 2022-05-24 7 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13391 2022-05-24 7 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13392 2022-05-24 7 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13393 2022-05-24 7 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13394 2022-05-24 7 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13395 2022-05-24 7 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13396 2022-05-24 7 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13397 2022-05-24 7 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6564 13398 2022-05-24 7 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Robert Goodwill - The Conservative Party candidate / Hugo Fearnley - The Labour Party candidate / Robert Lockwood - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6564 13785 2022-05-24 7 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13389 2022-05-24 21 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13390 2022-05-24 21 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13391 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13392 2022-05-24 21 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13393 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13394 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13395 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13396 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13397 2022-05-24 21 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6562 13398 2022-05-24 21 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Attika Choudhary - The Conservative Party candidate / Rebecca Long-Bailey - The Labour Party candidate / Jake Overend - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Bryan Blears - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6562 13783 2022-05-24 21 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6557 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio David Simmonds - The Conservative Party candidate / Peymana Assad - The Labour Party candidate / Jonathan Michael Banks - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Sarah Green - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6557 13778 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6556 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Mark Pawsey - The Conservative Party candidate / Debbie Bannigan - The Labour Party candidate / Rana Das Gupta - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Becca Stevenson - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6556 13777 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6553 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Jake Berry - The Conservative Party candidate / Alyson Barnes - The Labour Party candidate / Paul Valentine - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Sarah Elizabeth Hall - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6553 13774 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6548 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Atifa Shah - The Conservative Party candidate / Tony Lloyd - The Labour Party candidate / Andy Kelly - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Sarah Louise Croke - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6548 13769 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6546 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Rishi Sunak - The Conservative Party candidate / Thom Kirkwood - The Labour Party candidate / Philip Michael Knowles - The Liberal Democrat candidate / John Yorke - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6546 13767 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6541 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Alok Sharma - The Conservative Party candidate / Rachel Eden - The Labour Party candidate / Meri O'Connell - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Jamie Whitham - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6541 13762 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13391 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13392 2022-05-24 10 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13393 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13394 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13395 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13396 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13397 2022-05-24 10 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6540 13398 2022-05-24 10 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Craig Morley - The Conservative Party candidate / Matt Rodda - The Labour Party candidate / Imogen Shepherd-DuBey - The Liberal Democrat candidate / David McElroy - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6540 13761 2022-05-24 10 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13389 2022-05-24 2 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13390 2022-05-24 2 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13391 2022-05-24 2 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13392 2022-05-24 2 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13393 2022-05-24 2 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13394 2022-05-24 2 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13395 2022-05-24 2 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13396 2022-05-24 2 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13397 2022-05-24 2 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6536 13398 2022-05-24 2 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Michele Scott - The Conservative Party candidate / Mark Hendrick - The Labour Party candidate / Neil Darby - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Michael Welton - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6536 13757 2022-05-24 2 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13389 2022-05-24 19 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13390 2022-05-24 19 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13391 2022-05-24 19 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13392 2022-05-24 19 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13393 2022-05-24 19 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13394 2022-05-24 19 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13395 2022-05-24 19 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13396 2022-05-24 19 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13397 2022-05-24 19 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6532 13398 2022-05-24 19 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Robert Syms - The Conservative Party candidate / Sue Aitkenhead - The Labour Party candidate / Victoria Collins - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Barry Harding-Rathbone - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6532 13753 2022-05-24 19 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6531 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Rebecca Smith - The Conservative Party candidate / Luke Pollard - The Labour Party candidate / Graham Reed - The Liberal Democrat candidate / James Overton Ellwood - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6531 13752 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6525 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio James Fredrickson - The Conservative Party candidate / Rosie Sourbut - The Labour Party candidate / Layla Moran - The Liberal Democrat candidate / The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6525 13746 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13389 2022-05-24 9 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13390 2022-05-24 9 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13391 2022-05-24 9 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13392 2022-05-24 9 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13393 2022-05-24 9 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13394 2022-05-24 9 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13395 2022-05-24 9 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13396 2022-05-24 9 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13397 2022-05-24 9 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6523 13398 2022-05-24 9 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Gareth Bacon - The Conservative Party candidate / Simon Jeal - The Labour Party candidate / Allan Joseph James Tweddle - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Karen Wheller - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6523 13744 2022-05-24 9 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13391 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13392 2022-05-24 10 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13393 2022-05-24 10 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13394 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13395 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13396 2022-05-24 10 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13397 2022-05-24 10 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6522 13398 2022-05-24 10 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Kirsty Finlayson - The Conservative Party candidate / Jim McMahon - The Labour Party candidate / Garth Harkness - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Dan Jerrome - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6522 13743 2022-05-24 10 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6521 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Tom Lord - The Conservative Party candidate / Debbie Abrahams - The Labour Party candidate / Sam Al-Hamdani - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Wendy Olsen - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6521 13742 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6518 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Marc Harry Mykola Nykolyszyn - The Conservative Party candidate / Lilian Greenwood - The Labour Party candidate / Barry Ian Holliday - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Cath Sutherland - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6518 13739 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13389 2022-05-24 20 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13390 2022-05-24 20 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13391 2022-05-24 20 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13392 2022-05-24 20 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13393 2022-05-24 20 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13394 2022-05-24 20 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13395 2022-05-24 20 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13396 2022-05-24 20 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13397 2022-05-24 20 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6515 13398 2022-05-24 20 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Michael David Spencer - The Conservative Party candidate / Clive Lewis - The Labour Party candidate / James William Wright - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Catherine Joanna Rowett - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6515 13736 2022-05-24 20 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6514 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Chloe Smith - The Conservative Party candidate / Karen Ann Davis - The Labour Party candidate / Dave Thomas - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Adrian Holmes - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6514 13735 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6512 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Michael Ellis - The Conservative Party candidate / Sally Keeble - The Labour Party candidate / Martin Thomas Sawyer - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Katherine Anne Pate - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6512 13733 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6509 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Andrew Bridgen - The Conservative Party candidate / Terri Eynon - The Labour Party candidate / Grahame Hudson - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Carl Benfield - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6509 13730 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13389 2022-05-24 14 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13390 2022-05-24 14 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13391 2022-05-24 14 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13392 2022-05-24 14 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13393 2022-05-24 14 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13394 2022-05-24 14 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13395 2022-05-24 14 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13396 2022-05-24 14 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13397 2022-05-24 14 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6505 13398 2022-05-24 14 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Craig Tracey - The Conservative Party candidate / Claire Breeze - The Labour Party candidate / Richard Whelan - The Liberal Democrat candidate / James Platt - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6505 13726 2022-05-24 14 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13389 2022-05-24 22 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13390 2022-05-24 22 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13391 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13392 2022-05-24 22 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13393 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13394 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13395 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13396 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13397 2022-05-24 22 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6503 13398 2022-05-24 22 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Roger Gale - The Conservative Party candidate / Coral Jones - The Labour Party candidate / Angie Curwen - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Rob Edwards - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6503 13724 2022-05-24 22 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6502 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Justin Tomlinson - The Conservative Party candidate / Kate Linnegar - The Labour Party candidate / Katie Critchlow - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Andy Bentley - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6502 13723 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13389 2022-05-24 22 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13390 2022-05-24 22 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13391 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13392 2022-05-24 22 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13393 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13394 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13395 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13396 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13397 2022-05-24 22 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6501 13398 2022-05-24 22 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Liam Fox - The Conservative Party candidate / Hannah Margaret Young - The Labour Party candidate / Ashley Cartman - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Phil Neve - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6501 13722 2022-05-24 22 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6497 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Jacob Rees-Mogg - The Conservative Party candidate / Mark Christopher Huband - The Labour Party candidate / Nick Coates - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Fay Whitfield - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6497 13718 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13389 2022-05-24 21 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13390 2022-05-24 21 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13391 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13392 2022-05-24 21 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13393 2022-05-24 21 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13394 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13395 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13396 2022-05-24 21 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13397 2022-05-24 21 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6492 13398 2022-05-24 21 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Richard Fuller - The Conservative Party candidate / Julian Vaughan - The Labour Party candidate / Daniel Norton - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Philippa Fleming - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6492 13713 2022-05-24 21 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6486 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Anne Marie Morris - The Conservative Party candidate / James Osben - The Labour Party candidate / Martin Wrigley - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Megan Kathryn Debenham - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6486 13707 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13389 2022-05-24 14 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13390 2022-05-24 14 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13391 2022-05-24 14 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13392 2022-05-24 14 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13393 2022-05-24 14 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13394 2022-05-24 14 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13395 2022-05-24 14 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13396 2022-05-24 14 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13397 2022-05-24 14 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6483 13398 2022-05-24 14 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Robin Gwynn - The Conservative Party candidate / Nick Brown - The Labour Party candidate / Wendy Taylor - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Nick Hartley - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6483 13704 2022-05-24 14 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13389 2022-05-24 22 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13390 2022-05-24 22 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13391 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13392 2022-05-24 22 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13393 2022-05-24 22 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13394 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13395 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13396 2022-05-24 22 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13397 2022-05-24 22 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6482 13398 2022-05-24 22 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Emily Payne - The Conservative Party candidate / Chi Onwurah - The Labour Party candidate / Ali Avaei - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Tay Pitman - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6482 13703 2022-05-24 22 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6477 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Andrea Jenkyns - The Conservative Party candidate / Deanne Ferguson - The Labour Party candidate / Craig Dobson - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Chris Bell - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6477 13698 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6476 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio David Morris - The Conservative Party candidate / Lizzi Collinge - The Labour Party candidate / Owen Thomas Lambert - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Chloe Buckley - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6476 13697 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13389 2022-05-24 3 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13390 2022-05-24 3 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13391 2022-05-24 3 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13392 2022-05-24 3 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13393 2022-05-24 3 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13394 2022-05-24 3 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13395 2022-05-24 3 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13396 2022-05-24 3 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13397 2022-05-24 3 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6474 13398 2022-05-24 3 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Toby Edward Williams - The Conservative Party candidate / Siobhain McDonagh - The Labour Party candidate / Luke Alexander Taylor - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Pippa Maslin - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6474 13695 2022-05-24 3 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13389 2022-05-24 8 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13390 2022-05-24 8 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13391 2022-05-24 8 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13392 2022-05-24 8 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13393 2022-05-24 8 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13394 2022-05-24 8 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13395 2022-05-24 8 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13396 2022-05-24 8 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13397 2022-05-24 8 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6473 13398 2022-05-24 8 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Iain Stewart - The Conservative Party candidate / Hannah Frances O'Neill - The Labour Party candidate / Saleyha Ahsan - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Alan Francis - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6473 13694 2022-05-24 8 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13389 2022-05-24 11 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13390 2022-05-24 11 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special training or qualifications, apprentices to be skilled trades, caretaker, cleaner, nursery school assistant, park keeper, non-HGV driver, shop assistant etc.) / Student / Retired and living on state pension only / Unemployed for over 6 months or not working due to long term sickness / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13391 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of the following are the most important issues facing the country? Please select up to three options. checkbox Health / NHS / Cost of living / Economy / European Union and Brexit / Environmental issues / Immigration / Education / Crime / Public services / benefits / Housing / house prices / Constitutional issues / Devolution / Defence / Terrorism / Energy / power / Foreign affairs (excluding the EU) / Other / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13392 2022-05-24 11 0
Over the past six months, which of the following, if any, have you done? Please tick all that apply. checkbox Missed a payment on a household bill (e.g. energy, broadband, phone, water) / Cut back on the amount of hot water, heating or electricity that me or my household use / Missed meals or gone without food / Cut back on food spending / Other / None of these / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13393 2022-05-24 11 0
Which of these comes closest to your views? radio The government has done enough to help with the rising cost of living / The government has not done enough to help with the rising cost of living / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13394 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning zero hours contracts (where an employer is not obliged to provide any minimum number of working hours to the employee)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13395 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government banning so called “fire and rehire” (where a company threatens to dismiss an employee unless they accept a contract on lower pay and/or worse terms)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13396 2022-05-24 11 0
Would you support or oppose the government giving every employee the right to flexible working (e.g. to switch their job to part time, or to be able to work from home, or to be able to job share)? radio Strongly support / Somewhat support / Neither support nor oppose / Somewhat oppose / Strongly oppose / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13397 2022-05-24 11 0
If there were a general election tomorrow, for which party would you vote? radio Conservative / Labour / Liberal Democrat / Green / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote / Prefer not to say 0 6470 13398 2022-05-24 11 0
The following candidates ran in your constituency at the last general election. If they were to stand in your constituency again at the next election, who would you vote for? radio Ruth Ellen Betson - The Conservative Party candidate / Andy McDonald - The Labour Party candidate / Thomas Crawford - The Liberal Democrat candidate / Hugh Alberti - The Green Party candidate / Some other party / Don't know / I would not vote 0 6470 13691 2022-05-24 11 0
Have you achieved a qualification at degree level or above? For example, a degree, foundation degree, HND or HNC, NVQ level 4 and above, teaching and nursing. radio Yes / No / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6466 13389 2022-05-24 10 0
And have you achieved any of these other qualifications? Please select all that apply. checkbox GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - 5 or more GCSEs (A*-C,9-4), O Levels (passes) or CSEs (grade 1), or equivalent / GCSEs OR EQUIVALENT - Any other GCSEs, O levels or CSEs (any grades) or Basic Skills course, or equivalent / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 2 or more A levels, 4 or more AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 A level, 2-3 AS levels / A-LEVELS OR EQUIVALENT - 1 AS level / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 3, BTEC National, OND or ONC, City and Guilds Advanced Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 2, BTEC General, City and Guilds Craft / NVQ OR EQUIVALENT - NVQ level 1 / An apprenticeship / Any other qualification, equivalent unknown / I haven't achieved any official qualifications / Don't know / Prefer not to say 0 6466 13390 2022-05-24 10 0
We would now like you to think about the chief income earner in your household, that is the person with the highest income. This may be you or it might be someone else. Which of the following groups does the chief income earner in your household belong to? If the chief income earner is retired with an occupational pension, please enter their former occupation. Please only enter ‘retired’ if the chief income earner is only receiving the state pension. If the chief income earner has been unemployed for a period of less than 6 months, please answer based on their previous occupation. radio Higher managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. established doctor, solicitor, board director in large organisation (200+ employees), top level civil servant/ public service employee, head teacher etc.) / Intermediate managerial/ professional/ administrative (e.g. newly qualified (under 3 years) doctor, solicitor, board director of small organisation, middle manager in large organization, principal officer in civil service/ local government etc. / Supervisory or clerical/ junior managerial/ professional/ administrator (e.g. office worker, student doctor, foreman with 25+ employees, sales person, student teacher etc.) / Skilled manual worker (e.g. skilled bricklayer, carpenter, plumber, painter, bus/ ambulance driver, HGV driver, unqualified teaching assistant, pub/ bar worker etc.) / Semi-skilled or unskilled manual worker (e.g. manual jobs that require no special train