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Social Trends 38

Social Trends 38

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Published by Taige Zhang
Welcome to the 38th edition of Social Trends, one of the fl agship publications from
the newly independent Offi ce for National Statistics. Social Trends provides an up to
date and comprehensive description of society in 2007, drawing on statistics from a
wide range of government departments and other organisations to show how society
is changing, as well as some of the factors which may be driving these trends.

In this year’s edition...
Increase in alcohol-related deaths.
Nearly two-thirds believe there is more crime in the country than two years ago.
Nearly half of all new dwellings are flats.
Nearly one-third agree with non-environmentally friendly statements.
Motoring relatively less expensive than a decade ago.
Nearly half believe it’s more important to have close ties with family than with friends.
The UK population is ageing.
Proportion living alone continues to rise.
Children happy at school.
Employment rates for men and women converging.
Household net wealth doubled.
Nearly half have some form of unsecured debt.
Welcome to the 38th edition of Social Trends, one of the fl agship publications from
the newly independent Offi ce for National Statistics. Social Trends provides an up to
date and comprehensive description of society in 2007, drawing on statistics from a
wide range of government departments and other organisations to show how society
is changing, as well as some of the factors which may be driving these trends.

In this year’s edition...
Increase in alcohol-related deaths.
Nearly two-thirds believe there is more crime in the country than two years ago.
Nearly half of all new dwellings are flats.
Nearly one-third agree with non-environmentally friendly statements.
Motoring relatively less expensive than a decade ago.
Nearly half believe it’s more important to have close ties with family than with friends.
The UK population is ageing.
Proportion living alone continues to rise.
Children happy at school.
Employment rates for men and women converging.
Household net wealth doubled.
Nearly half have some form of unsecured debt.

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Published by: Taige Zhang on Aug 13, 2008
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