Series

UK Data Service series record for:

Citizenship Survey

Series abstract

The Citizenship Survey (known in the field as the Communities Study) ran from 2001 to 2010-2011. It began as the 'Home Office Citizenship Survey' (HOCS) before the responsibility moved to the Department Communities and Local Government department (DCLG) in May 2006. The survey provided an evidence base for the work of DCLG, principally covering the issues of community cohesion, civic engagement, race and faith, and volunteering. The survey was used extensively for developing policy and for performance measurement.

Data access

GN 33347  |  Citizenship Survey, 2001-2011

GN 33474  |  Citizenship Survey, 2009-:Secure Access

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Related studies:

National Survey of Volunteering and Charitable Giving, 2006-2007 (SN 5793)

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