Mapping social cohesion: the 2007 Scanlon Foundation surveys


This report provides insights into community attitudes to immigration, multiculturalism and social cohesion, based on findings from specially-commissioned national and local surveys. Topics include: our sense of belonging, how happy we are, how satisfied we are financially, and how much we trust in politicians, public institutions and other people.

The report also examines complex attitudes to immigration and multicultural society, including assistance to ethnic groups, and levels of discrimination, and the degree of disaffection in our community.

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