Northern Ireland Kids' Life and Times Survey - Results


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On this web site we have produced tables of results for every question asked in the survey.KLT logo

The questions are grouped together in 'modules', for example, School. You can link to the tables of results for a particular question by searching through any of the following:

For each question you can find the exact wording of the question, frequency table, and results for boys and girls.

KLT is a freely available resource for anyone interested in public attitudes in Northern Ireland. There is no charge to use the statistics or data available on this website. However, we are always interested in how the findings are used, and so would be very grateful if you would let us know how you have used them. In particular, copies or links to reports or articles are very welcome. Our contact details are available in the Helpline section.

Publications

The Right to Education ARK research report based on findings from the KLT and Young Life and Times (YLT) surveys for the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People (NICCY).
Citizenship practices and political literacy in young people. Research Update 129 by Alan Smith, Una O'Connor, Jessica Bates and Matthew Milliken
NI risks being left behind because children are not required to learn a second language, Article by Ian Collen in the Conversation
What do 11 year olds think about Brexit?, Article by Katrina Lloyd in the Conversation
Raise the Age? Children's attitudes towars the minimum age of criminal responsibility, ARK Research Update 113, by Siobhan McAlister, Nicola Carr, Clare Dwyer and Katrina Lloyd
A Question of Sport, Research Update 107, by Dirk Schubotz, Katrina Lloyd and Martina McKnight
What do children think about old age?, Research Update 101, by Paula Devine and Gemma M Carney
Young people’s experiences of integration and segregation in Northern Ireland, Research Update 99, by Helena Stockinger
Are children getting the opportunities to realise their right to play?, Research Update 98, by Laura McQuade, Susan Kehoe and Lesley Emerson
Children and young people’s awareness, knowledge, and attitudes towards autism in Northern Ireland, Research Update 97, by Karola Dillenburger, Lynne McKerr and Julie-Ann Jordan
Are children’s views being sought, listened to and taken seriously?, Research Update 94, by Lesley Emerson and Katrina Lloyd
Financial wellbeing of young people, ARK Research Update 91, 2014 by Paula Devine
Online and Safe?, ARK Research Update 88, 2014 by Paula Devine and Katrina Lloyd
Shared Education: Views of Children and Young People, ARK Research Update 82, 2013 by Katrina Lloyd
Happiest days of our lives? ARK Research Update 73, 2011 by Katrina Lloyd, Paula Devine and Gillian Robinson.
The Net Generation, ARK Research Update 62, 2009 by Katrina Lloyd and Paula Devine.
What Kids Think (Issue 11), Key findings from the 2018 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK
What Kids Think (Issue 10), Key findings from the 2017 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK.
What Kids Think (Issue 9), Key findings from the 2016 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK.
What Kids Think (Issue 8), Key findings from the 2015 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK.
What Kids Think (Issue 7), Key findings from the 2014 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK.
What Kids Think (Issue 6), Key findings from the 2013 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK.
What Kids Think (Issue 5), Key findings from the 2012 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK.
What Kids Think (Issue 4), Key findings from the 2011 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK.
What Kids Think (Issue 3), Key findings from the 2010 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK
What Kids Think (Issue 2), Key findings from the 2009 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK
What Kids Think (Issue 1), Key findings from the 2008 Kids' Life and Times survey, ARK
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KLT is a freely available resource for anyone interested in attitudes of people in Northern Ireland. There is no charge to use the statistics or data available on this website. However, we are always interested in how the findings are used, and so would be very grateful if you would let us know how you have used them. In particular, copies or links to reports or articles are very welcome. Our contact details are available in the Helpline section.