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Results of the 2021 NI Life and Times Survey will be released on Thursday 26 May 2022.

Register here for seminar, 26 May - The Other Division in Northern Ireland: Attitudes to poverty, income inequality and social security

Register here for seminar, 26 May - Public opinion and Northern Ireland's constitutional future

 

Video introduction:

Introducing the Northern Ireland Life & Times (NILT) survey, by Paula Devine

 

Latest publications:

Attitudes to mental health and suicide in Northern Ireland (Research Update 145) by Siobhan O'Neill, Margaret McLafferty and Paula Devine

COVID-19 and religious practice in Northern Ireland (Research Update 144) by Gladys Ganiel and Chris Morris

Political Attitudes in Northern Ireland in a Period of Transition (Research Update 142) by Katy Hayward and Ben Rosher..

Public Understanding of Coercive Control (Research Update 141) by Susan Lagdon, Julie-Ann Jordan, Ciaran Shannon, Mark Tully and Cherie Armour

Good relations: an urban issue? (Research Update 139) by Paula Devine and Martina McKnight

Attitudes to breastfeeding in Northern Ireland (Research Update 137) by Marlene Sinclair, Julie McCullough, Rachel Black and Paul Slater

Black Lives Matter? Attitudes to minorities and migrants in Northern Ireland (Research Update 136) by Lucy Michael

 

Since 1998, the Northern Ireland Life & Times Survey has put on record the attitudes, values and beliefs of the people in Northern Ireland to a wide range of social policy issues.

Whether you are at school or at college, work in the media, government or voluntary sector, or are interested in what the people think about the issues of the day, we hope you find something useful in this site.

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