Published: 29th November 2023

The Institute for the Impact of Faith in Life (IIFL) commissioned a bespoke nationally-representative survey which focused on the relationship between faith and job satisfaction in the UK. Fieldwork was carried out by TechneUK (a member of the British Polling Council [BPC]) between the 29th September and 8th October 2023. A total of 2,004 UK adults were surveyed across England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. These are the key findings.

Published: 17th November 2023

The Institute for the Impact of Faith in Life commissioned a nationally representative survey of 2,004 UK adult respondents which explored the relationship between faith and mental health. Conducted by British Polling Council member TechneUK between 29 September – 8 October 2023. The results suggest that there is a positive relationship between levels of religiosity and self-reported mental health in the UK.

Published: 24th February 2021

The Henry Jackson Society (HJS) commissioned a survey focusing on matters of race, identity, and community relations. Carried out by polling organisation ICM Unlimited from 6 to 18 January 2021, two separate polls were conducted: a nationally representative UK general-population poll of 1,000 respondents, along with a Black British booster sample of 558 respondents.

Published: 9th September 2020

Edited by Dr. Ehsan, this anthology contains eight essays which collectively provide a comprehensive evaluation of the Black Lives Matter movement in terms of its ideological messaging, core policy objectives, interpretation of mainstream British life, and support for forms of social disorder.

Published: 4th August 2020

In late 2019, the Henry Jackson Society commissioned polling organisation Savanta ComRes to undertake a survey involving a weighted sample of 750 British Muslims. Respondents were asked about their perspectives on a number of topics. These included: other faith groups; prominent geopolitical players; and the perceived level of Jewish global control. This represents one of the most systematic and comprehensive surveys into the socio-political attitudes – both domestic and international – of British Muslims.

Published: 30th August 2019

This paper is based on a nationally representative survey of 1,351 young British adults and was conducted in May 2016 by YouGov. This survey remains one of the largest systematic surveys into British young people’s socio-political attitudes and their views on the UK’s membership of the EU.