Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey 2013

Module: Community Relations

This page lists the questionlists the questions asked within the Community Relations module in 2013. Clicking on the question name printed to the left of every question will bring you to the tables of results for that question. Publications and further information on Community Relations can be found on the Community Relations Resources page.


RLRELAGO: Are relations between Protestants and Catholics better now than 5 years ago?

RLRELFUT: Will relations between Protestants and Catholics be better in 5 years time?

MXRLGNGH: Would you prefer to live in a neighbourhood with people of only your own religion?

MXRLGWRK: Would you prefer a workplace with people of only your own religion?

OWNMXSCH: Would you prefer a school with children of only your own religion?

SHAREDED: How favourable do you feel about sharing classes, teachers or facilities with other schools?

OMARRRLG: Would most people mind if a close relative were to marry someone of a different religion?

SMARRRLG: Would you mind if a close relative were to marry someone of a different religion?

REPMURAL: Have you felt intimidated by republican murals, kerb paintings, or flags?

REPMUR2: Have you felt annoyed by republican murals, kerb paintings, or flags?

MORRFLAG: Are there more republican murals and flags on display these days?

LOYMURAL: Have you felt intimidated by loyalist murals, kerb paintings, or flags?

LOYMUR2: Have you felt annoyed by loyalist murals, kerb paintings, or flags?

MORLFLAG: Are there more loyalist murals and flags on display these days?

FLAGLAMP: Do you support flag flying on lampposts in your own neighbourhood?

SUPPFLAG: Do you support flag flying on lampposts throughout Northern Ireland

FLAGDOWN: Would you like flags taken down straightaway?

FLAGPUBL: Which of these statements about flags on public buildings in Northern Ireland comes closest to your own view?

NINATID: Do you think of yourself as British/Irish/Ulster/Northern Irish?

UBELNGH: Do you feel a sense of belonging to this neighbourhood?

INFLLOCL: Do you feel that you have any influence when it comes to any of the local decisions made around here?

UBELNI: Do you feel a sense of belonging to Northern Ireland as a whole?

INFLNI: Do you feel that you have any influence when it comes to any of the decisions made about what happens in Northern Ireland?

COMDIV: In this area, do Protestants and Catholics tend to go to different local shops or use different GP surgeries and other services?

GPCATH: Would you mind if you had to move to a GP surgery that was in a mainly Catholic area?

GPPROT: Would you mind if you had to move to a GP surgery that was in a mainly Protestant area?

LCOPEN: Do you think that leisure centres in this area are 'shared and open' to both Protestants and Catholics?

PARKOPEN: Do you think parks in this area are 'shared and open' to both Protestants and Catholics?

LIBOPEN: Do you think that libraries in this area are 'shared and open' to both Protestants and Catholics?

SHCNOPEN: Do you think that shopping centres in this area are 'shared and open' to both Protestants and Catholics?

GOGAA: How safe would you feel going to an event in a GAA club (Gaelic Sports club)?

GOOH: How safe would you feel going to an event in an Orange hall?

GOCSCHL: How safe would you feel going to an event in a Catholic secondary school?

GOPSCHL: How safe would you feel going to an event in a Protestant secondary school?

CTHCRICH: Does the culture and traditions of the Catholic community add to the richness and diversity of Northern Ireland society?

PRCRICH: Does the culture and traditions of the Protestant community add to the richness and diversity of Northern Ireland society?

EMCRICH: Does the culture and traditions of people from different minority ethnic groups add to the richness and diversity of Northern Ireland society?

TARGET1A: Idea achieved: N Ireland is a normal civic society in which all individuals are equal, where differences are resolved though dialogue and where all people are treated impartially.

TARGET2A: Idea achieved: N Ireland is a place free from displays of sectarian aggression.

TARGET3A: Idea achieved: Towns and city centres in N Ireland are safe and welcoming places for people of all walks of life.

TARGET4A: Idea achieved: Schools in Northern Ireland are effective at preparing pupils for life in a diverse society.

TARGET5A: Idea achieved: Schools in N Ireland are effective at encouraging understanding of the complexity of our history.

TARGET6A: Idea achieved: The government is actively encouraging integrated schools.

TARGET7A: Idea achieved: The government is actively encouraging schools of different religions to mix with each other by sharing facilities.

TARGET8A: Idea achieved: The government is actively encouraging shared communities where people of all backgrounds can live, work, learn and play together.

YNGCANCT: Can young people in Northern Ireland make a big contribution in bringing the two main religious communities together?

YNGARECT: Are young people in Northern Ireland making a big contribution to bringing the two main religious communities together?

EQNOW1 - EQNOW11: Are specified groups generally treated unfairly?

PROTRCMX: Will mixing bring better relations between Protestants and Catholics?

MIXDPRIM: Are you in favour of more mixing in primary schools?

MIXDGRAM: Are you in favour of more mixing in secondary and grammar schools?

MIXDLIV: Are you in favour of more mixing where people live?

MIXDWORK: Are you in favour of more mixing where people work?

MIXDLEIS: Are you in favour of more mixing in people's leisure or sports activities?

MIXDMARR: Are you in favour of more mixing in people's marriages?

REMVFLAG: Who should be responsible for removing flags on lampposts?

SHOPUFLG: Would you be less willing to shop in neighbourhoods with displays of loyalist flags or murals?

SHOPTRI: Wouldyou be less willing to shop in neighbourhoods with displays of republican flags or murals?

RIOTNGH: Have there been any riots or sectarian troubles in this neighbourhood in the last twelve months?

WHYRIOT2: In your opinion, what is the main reason that some people get involved in rioting or sectarian trouble?

SPRTBARR:Does sport in Northern Ireland break down barriers or create barriers between Protestants and Catholics? (Asked in Sport and Social Exclusion module)

DONECCSP: Have you ever taken part in a cross-community sporting iniative? (Asked in Sport and Social Exclusion module)

BRKBAR: Did this cross-community sporting initiative help break down barriers? (Asked in Sport and Social Exclusion module)

GNBRKBAR: Do you think that, in general, cross-community sporting initiatives help break down barriers? (Asked in Sport and Social Exclusion module)


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