CITIZENSHIP SURVEY RESULTS 2010-11
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Whether people feel able to influence decisions affecting their local area and Britain, 2001 to 2010-11 Broken down by year, ethnicity, religion, gender and age
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People agreeing they can influence decisions affecting
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Local areaBritain
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%%
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6
20014425
7
20033820
8
20053922
9
2007-083820
10
2008-093922
11
2009-103720
12
2010-113822
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14
White3720
15
All Asian4633
16
Indian4635
17
Pakistani4533
18
Bangladeshi4430
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All Black5233
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Caribbean4729
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African5637
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Mixed Race5238
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Chinese/Other4425
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25
Ethnic Minority Groups4833
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White3720
27
28
Christian3720
29
Hindu4732
30
Muslim4432
31
Buddhist5337
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Sikh4231
33
Other religion3729
34
No religion3822
35
36
Male3823
37
Female3721
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16 to 243622
40
25 to 343723
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35 to 494224
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50 to 643821
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65 to 743417
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75 and over3120
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All3822
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48
Source: DCLG
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INFLUENCE
VOLUNTEERING BY AREA
INSTITUTIONAL TRUST
TRUST CHART
FEELING OF BELONGING
LOCAL AREA
IMMIGRATION
CRIME
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PREJUDICE PERCEPTION