By Alison Park, John Curtice, Katarina Thomson, Miranda Phillips, Elizabeth Clery
The once a year British Social Attitudes survey is conducted by way of Britain’s greatest autonomous social learn association, the nationwide Centre for Social study. It presents an crucial consultant to political and social concerns in modern Britain. This twenty fifth document summarizes and translates facts from the latest national survey, in addition to drawing valuable comparisons with the findings of past years to supply a richer photo and deeper knowing of fixing British social values.
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Extra resources for British Social Attitudes: The 25th Report (British Social Attitudes Survey series)
Moreover, eight years’ experience of seeing devolution in action seems to have done little to persuade people in England to embrace devolution for themselves, while they still appear willing to accept its existence in Scotland and Wales. Meanwhile that experience certainly seems to have done nothing to reduce public support for the continuance of the Union. This is, at least, in part because most people in England do not think that devolution has made much difference to how Britain is governed, while they are still inclined to feel that the UK government looks after England’s interests.
In other words, English national identity seems to make little difference to people’s constitutional preference. And it would seem unlikely that any backlash could occur in the absence of an English nationalist sentiment. 11 shows the weakness of the link between national identity and constitutional preference. Those whose ‘forced choice’ national identity is English rather than British are only a little more likely to favour the creation of an English parliament; in 2003, for example, they were just seven percentage points more likely to do so.
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British Social Attitudes: The 25th Report (British Social Attitudes Survey series) by Alison Park, John Curtice, Katarina Thomson, Miranda Phillips, Elizabeth Clery