2005 Citizenship Survey
26 July 2006
The Citizenship Survey is a biennial survey of adults in England and Wales, covering a range of community based issues including views about involvement in the community, civil renewal, volunteering and charitable giving.
The survey is accompanied by three sub-reports that draw out the key messages in each of these areas, as well as starting to unpick underlying drivers of perceptions and behaviours and identifying linkages between the areas covered. It also provides demographic data and background information about respondents.
The survey is based on a nationally representative sample of approximately 10,000 adults in England and Wales with an additional sample of around 4,500 from minority ethnic groups. Face-to-face fieldwork was carried out with these samples between March and September 2005 by interviewers from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen).
Four inter-linked reports have been produced which set out the findings from the survey. The four reports are:
Download the Active communities topic report (PDF, 1086 KB)
The complete set of reports can be downloaded from the website of the UK Department for Communities and Local Government