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Social Trends

Social Trends is a major British annual social and economic survey.

Production

It is produced annually by the Office for National Statistics in the United Kingdom. It gathers social and economic data from many governmental and other sources to form a comprehensive picture of how British society is at the moment and how it has changed over time. It also gives analysis of this information. As of 2009 it is in its 39th edition.

Although an annual production, different sections are published in three groups throughout the year.

Transition from printed version to the website

It is published on the Web for free and also in print form. From 2009, sections of the report will only be available from the website. This is a phased transition to complete publication only on the website.

Scope

It covers various different topics and policy areas e.g. housing, crime, income and wealth, transport, population.

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External links

  • free onlineSocial TrendsVarious years' editions of
  • Social Trends 35
  • Download full 2007 edition
  • Social Trends 2007 introduction
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