Charitable impulse going, says survey
THE Government's welfare reforms, though criticised by church
groups and charities, are "in tune with public opinion", the 29th
British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey suggests.
The BSA report, released this week, is based on a survey of 3000
people, selected using a technique called random-probability
sampling. The research was carried out by the National Centre for
The survey suggests a hardening in public attitudes towards
those receiving benefits, despite ...
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