Series

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United Kingdom Time Use Survey

Series abstract

The United Kingdom Time Use Survey was conducted in 2000, on behalf of a funding consortium consisting of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Office for National Statistics (ONS) and several government departments. The main aim of survey was to measure the amount of time spent by the population on various activities. This was first time that a major survey of this type has been conducted in the UK and as such it provided an opportunity to inform a cross-section of policy areas as well as having interest for academia, social research centres and the advertising and retail sector. The Time Use Survey was designed, where possible, to provide results comparable with other European studies as part of a wider Harmonised European Time Use Survey.

Data access

GN 33372  |  United Kingdom Time Use Survey

SNStudy DescriptionAccess OnlineDownload / Order  
8128   United Kingdom Time Use Survey, 2014-2015 -
4504   United Kingdom Time Use Survey, 2000 -
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