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By Roger Jowell, John Curtice, Alison Park, Katarina Thomson, Lindsey Jarvis, Catherine Bromley, Nina Stratford
`I've continuously loved examining the British Social Attitudes survey, which indicates what the British humans fairly imagine, instead of what newshounds and politicians wish to fake they suspect' - John Pilger Britain is a well-documented state. we all know much in regards to the features of our society - who we're and what we do. we all know less approximately what we expect and suppose approximately our global and ourselves. The imperative annual British Social Attitudes survey fills this hole. It compiles, describes and reviews on a number of present social attitudes. the knowledge is derived from interviews performed by way of the nationwide Centre for Social Research's personal interviewers between a nat
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However, the strongest link between age and attitudes is in priorities for increased spending on pensions. As the next table shows, overall support for more spending has once again gone up - by nine points. But among each of our cohorts, support has increased by a great deal more - by an average of 20 points. Notably, the age gradient in 1996 is a great deal steeper than it was in 1983 because demand has increased more among older age groups. a. a. a. Pre 1 9 1 0 74+ 53 124 n . a. a. = not applicable All these findings make it likely that an ageing population will have an impact on attitudes towards welfare spending.
A. = +5 not applicable What then of actual turnout at elections? The next table shows that although aggregate reported turnout did not drop between 1 983 and 1 997 (two election years in which actual turnout was identical and historically low), there is considerable change in reported turnout within individual cohorts. 6 So, life cycle does seem to play a part here as turnout increases with age, particularly among the relatively young. And although overall there is nothing to suggest that major generational changes are afoot, the youngest age group (who were almost all first-time voters in 1 997) appears to be less engaged than were first time voters in 1 983.
Aldershot: Dartmouth. Turner, B . ( 1 998), 'Ageing and generational conflicts' , British Journal of Sociology, 49: 299-303. Walker, A ( 1 999), 'Ageing in Europe - challenges and consequences', Zeitschrift fur Gerontologie unt Geriatrie, 32: 390-397. BRITISH SOCIAL ATIITUDES 22 Appendix Cohorts In order to untangle the role of generational, life-cycle and period factors in explaining age differences in attitudes we have divided our sample into a number of 'cohorts', defined by when they were born.
British Social Attitudes: Focusing on Diversity,The 17th Report edition (British Social Attitudes Survey series) by Roger Jowell, John Curtice, Alison Park, Katarina Thomson, Lindsey Jarvis, Catherine Bromley, Nina Stratford