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Labour Force Survey Five-Quarter Longitudinal Dataset, July 2010 - September 2019: Secure Access

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
<p><span style="font-weight: bold;">Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) variables</span></p><p>NUTS II variables are missing for quarters 3 and 4 in 2016 and for all quarterly longitudinal files for 2017, 2018 and 2019. These data files will not be replaced but will be complete with the new NUTS variables when they will be updated with new weights in 2020.</p><p><span style="font-weight: bold;">Latest edition information<br></span>For the eighth edition (January 2020), a data file for July 2018 - September...

Labour Force Survey Two-Quarter Longitudinal Dataset, April 2001 - September 2019: Secure Access

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics & Northern Ireland Statistics
<b>Latest edition information</b><br>For the seventh edition (January 2020), data files for April - September 2018, July - December 2018, January - June 2019 and April - September 2019 have been added to the study. The data file for October 2018 - March 2019 is currently unavailable.<br> <b>Background</b><br> The Labour Force Survey (LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions of employment and unemployment and economic inactivity, together with a wide range of related...

Labour Force Survey Household Datasets, 2002-2019: Secure Access

Social Survey Division Office For National Statistics
<p><span style="font-weight: bold;">Background</span><br>The <i>Labour Force Survey</i> (LFS) is a unique source of information using international definitions of employment and unemployment and economic inactivity, together with a wide range of related topics such as occupation, training, hours of work and personal characteristics of household members aged 16 years and over. It is used to inform social, economic and employment policy. The LFS was first conducted biennially from 1973-1983. Between 1984 and 1991 the survey was carried...

World Bank World Development Indicators, 1960-2019

World Bank Group
<p>The <i>World Bank World Development Indicators (WDI) is the</i>&nbsp;primary World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially-recognized international sources. It presents the most current and accurate global development data available, and includes national, regional and global estimates.</p><p><a name="DatabaseSpecific" style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: &quot;Times New Roman&quot;; font-size: medium;"></a><br>These data were first provided by the UK Data Service in February 2004.<br><br></p>

Scottish Referendum Study, 2014

A. Henderson, R. Johns, J. Mitchell & C. Carman
<p>The Scottish Independence Referendum took place on Thursday 18 September 2014 and presented voters in Scotland with an opportunity to cast a vote on the question "Should Scotland be an independent country?"&nbsp;Funded as part of the Future of the UK and Scotland Initiative, the 2014 Scottish Referendum Study conducted an internet panel survey of around 3,000 Scottish adults (aged 16 and over) prior to and in the aftermath of the referendum vote. This constitutes one...

Youth Cohort Study of England and Wales, 1994-1996; Cohort Seven, Sweep One and Two

G. Courtenay
<i>Sweep One</i><br> The questionnaire for Sweep One included the following information:<ul><li>attitude towards school in years 10 and 11</li><li> year 10 and 11 (4th and 5th year) subjects and exams</li><li>education and career advice</li><li>activities in the past year (unemployment, youth training (YT), employment, education)</li><li>training</li><li> training credits, and part-time courses and employment</li><li>qualifications</li><li> family, plans and views on the future</li><li>classificatory variables include gender, school type, region and ethnicity</li></ul><i>Sweep Two</i><br> The questionnaire for Sweep Two included the following information:<ul><li>activities since...

Metropolitan Police Service User Satisfaction Survey, 2005/06-2016/17

Metropolitan Police Service. Strategy And Performance Mayor's Office For Policing And Crime

Cornwall Online Census Project, 1841

M. McCormick
The aim of Free Census is to transcribe all the UK 19th century census returns. It is part of Free UKGEN and is a sister project to FreeBMD and Free REG. The intention is that all three of the UK primary sources for the family historian will be online and “free to view.”

Cornwall Online Census Project, 1891

M. McCormick
FreeCEN was started early in 2000 with a pilot project for the 1891 census returns for Devon. The aim of Free Census is to transcribe all the UK 19th century census returns. It is part of Free UKGEN and is a sister project to FreeBMD and Free REG. The intention is that all three of the UK primary sources for the family historian will be online and “free to view.” Six months after the Devon...

Green norms across borders: How does migration affect pro-environmental behaviour? 2019

Roger Tyers

Redefining local civil society in an age of global interconnectivity 2017-2018

Michael Woods, Jon Anderson, Taulant Guma & Sophie Yarker

Higher education and civil society 2016-2017

Chris Taylor, Gareth Rees, Ceryn Evans & Stuart Fox

Migrants, minorities and engagement in local civil society 2016-2017

Stephen Drinkwater, Taulant Guma & Rhys Dafydd Jones

Education, language and identity 2015-2018

Rhys Jones, Elin Royles, Lindsay Paterson & Fiona O'Hanlon

Territoriality and third sector engagement in policy-making and welfare provision 2017-2018

Paul Chaney, Christala Sophocleous & Daniel Wincott

National Survey for Wales, 2009-2010: Pilot Study

Social Research Division Welsh Assembly Government
The aim of the <i>National Survey for Wales, 2009-2010: Pilot Study</i> was to test the survey design, but also to provide valuable information for the Welsh Assembly Government on a range of issues. The pilot survey was based on face-to-face interviews in a randomly chosen sample of households across Wales. In each of these households, the survey covered the head of household and a randomly selected adult (who may also be the head of household)....

National Survey for Wales, 2012-2013

Welsh Government
The <i> National Survey for Wales, 2012-2013</i> is the first year of this major study of adults across Wales. Although the main reporting year for the survey runs in line with financial years (April to the following March), an initial three months of fieldwork was carried out in January to March 2012: 'Quarter 0'. The purpose of this period was to provide national-level results from the survey as quickly as possible, as well as to...

National Survey for Wales, 2013-2014

Welsh Government
The <i> National Survey for Wales, 2013-2014</i> is the second year of the survey. The Year 2 dataset is based on a household questionnaire; it was asked of one randomly selected adult aged 16 or over in each randomly selected household.<br> <br> For the second edition (August 2015) an updated version of the data file was deposited, with some revisions to variables. See the change and revisions file in the documentation for full details.<br> <br>...

National Survey for Wales, 2014-2015

Welsh Government
The <i> National Survey for Wales, 2014-2015</i> is the third year of the survey. The Year 3 dataset is based on a household questionnaire; it was asked of one randomly selected adult aged 16 or over in each randomly selected household.<br> <br> <p>The National Survey is carried out by the Office for National Statistics on behalf of the Welsh Government. It brings together five surveys previously commissioned by the Welsh Government and three of its...

National Survey for Wales, 2012/13 and 2013/14: Combined Data

Welsh Government
The <i>National Survey for Wales, 2012/13 and 2013/14: Combined Data</i> study combines data from the first two full years of the survey. Many of the same questions were asked in both years of the survey and this combined dataset only contain these common variables, with an accompanying variable catalogue (see documentation). The two-year combined dataset allows the production of more detailed breakdowns at local authority or health board level and makes it easier to pick...

National Survey for Wales, 2016-2017

Office For National Statistics & Welsh Government
Starting with the National Survey for Wales 2016-17, the survey design covers the topics of five predecessor surveys and has therefore a longer interview than previous years.<br> <br> <p>The National Survey is carried out by the Office for National Statistics on behalf of the Welsh Government. It brings together five surveys previously commissioned by the Welsh Government and three of its sponsored bodies (Natural Resources Wales, Sport Wales, Arts Council of Wales). These predecessor surveys...

National Survey for Wales, 2017-2018

Welsh Government & Office For National Statistics
For the second edition (December 2019), the SamplePlayWeight has been updated. The weight previously included a weight for parents and non-parents covering the filtered questionnaire module on ‘Play’ relevant to parents as well as the sub-sampled questionnaire module on ‘Play’ relevant to a sub-sample of non-parents. The Welsh Government have advised that users should be applying the SampleAdultWeight for the filtered questionnaire module on Play that is relevant to parents (the relevant variables won’t have...

National Survey for Wales, 2018-2019

Welsh Government & Office For National Statistics
<p><br></p> <p>The National Survey is carried out by the Office for National Statistics on behalf of the Welsh Government. It brings together five surveys previously commissioned by the Welsh Government and three of its sponsored bodies (Natural Resources Wales, Sport Wales, Arts Council of Wales). These predecessor surveys were National Survey (2012-15), Welsh Health Survey, Active Adults Survey, Arts in Wales Survey and Welsh Outdoor Recreation Survey. The survey is a key source of information...

Next Steps: Linked Education Dataset (Individualised Learner Records), England, 2005 - 2014: Secure Access

UCL Institute Of Education University College London
<p></p><br> <p><i>Next Steps</i>, previously known as the 'Longitudinal Study of Young People in England' (LSYPE1), follows the lives of around 16,000 people born in 1989-90 in England. There have been eight sweeps of the study so far, between 2004 and 2016.<br> <br> The study began in 2004 and included young people in Year 9 who attended state and independent schools in England. Following the initial survey at age 13-14, the cohort members were interviewed every...

Universities' Statistical Record, 1972/73-1993/94 : First Destination

Universities Statistical Record
The USR consists of records of undergraduate students on courses of one academic year or more; postgraduate students on courses of one academic year or more; academic and related staff holding regular salaried appointments, and finance data for all UK universities. <br>

Registration Year

  • 2011
    4,690
  • 2012
    426
  • 2013
    326
  • 2014
    373
  • 2015
    1,343
  • 2016
    820
  • 2017
    934
  • 2018
    1,084
  • 2019
    718
  • 2020
    40

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  • Dataset
    7,615
  • Other
    2,821
  • Text
    259
  • Image
    41
  • Audiovisual
    5