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Young People's Social Attitudes Survey

Series abstract

The Young People's Social Attitudes Survey (YPSA) began in 1994 and is a periodic offshoot of the British Social Attitudes Survey. It is designed to explore the attitudes and values of children and young people. All young people aged 12-19 living in the households of the corresponding year's BSA respondents were approached for interview.

Data access

GN 33338  |  Young People's Social Attitudes, 1994-

SNStudy DescriptionAccess OnlineDownload / Order  
5250   Young People's Social Attitudes, 2003 Access data online with Nesstar
4231   Young People's Social Attitudes, 1998 Access data online with Nesstar
3629   Young People's Social Attitudes, 1994 Access data online with Nesstar
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